In June, Clemson announced it would add women’s lacrosse to its list of athletics, and it made known the program’s first-ever head coach on Monday: Allison Kwolek. “Clemson offers the unique opportunity to build a program from the ground up and implement my vision and culture from day one,” Allison Kwolek said in a release. […]
Editor’s Note: Trilogy Lacrosse, a Lacrosse All Stars partner, released a new series titled “Trilogy Lacrosse Theatre” to take a look back at memorable lacrosse moments caught on film that feature different members of the Trilogy crew. Beware, Episode 8 features one of the most terrifying lacrosse players to ever step foot in a box, […]
Major Series Lacrosse is absolutely top level lacrosse, with a TON of history behind it, where many of the game’s best players compete year in and year out.
After Wednesday night’s victory, the Six Nations Chiefs have now claimed three of the last four Mann Cup titles, six overall.
Summer time in Canada, and tiny speckles of the US, means it’s BOX LACROSSE time! Highlights of Sr. A, Sr. B, Jr. A and Jr. B!
Ever wondered what your favorite stars do over the summer? Here’s a complete database of NLL players in the MSL, WLA, MLL and more!
Souther Ontario was treated to a marquee seven game matchup between the star-studded Peterborough Lakers and the Six Nations Chiefs. The Chiefs secured their spot in the Mann Cup with the Game 7 win!
The Peterborough Pick. These words made famous by the two-man game the Peterborough Lakers became known for introducing to the game of lacrosse (it’s what my coaches called it when teaching me).
When Coach Duane Jacobs of the Six Nations Chiefs assembled the team for the 2014 season; he knew he was building a team that would shine in the playoffs. Now the Chiefs leaf 3-1 heading in to tonight’s Game 5!
This is easily one of the weirdest and most excellent stories of the Summer… Photo Credit: Gary Woodburn Colin Doyle had a goal and an assist for Six Nations through two periods of Game 5, but with 11 minutes left in the game, both Six Nations goalies had been kicked out for illegal equipment, and Doyle […]
The Oakville Rock took on the Brooklin Redmen on July 24, 2013 in Senior A Major Series Lacrosse action, and the game erupted into a pretty serious brawl, where both teams left their benches after one of the Oakville players (Brendon Niesink) went over to the Brooklin bench and started throwing punches.
The NCAA came to an end three weeks ago, but that doesn’t mean the end of lacrosse. The summer is the busy season for many professional lacrosse players. Let’s check in North of the Border to see how the Mann Cup race is going in Canada!