Back to the women’s game it is for Regy Thorpe. Earlier this month, the New York Riptide of the National Lacrosse League relieved their entire lacrosse operations staff, including Thorpe, the head coach and general manager. Thorpe was named the first head coach and general manager in Riptide history on February 16, 2019. On June […]
Get caught up with the most underrated MCLA team in the country, the 9-0 Hokie Lax gang from Virginia Tech.
The Pittsburgh based Rebellion club team attended FLG in 3D at Mt. Saint Mary’s this weekend in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
We are more than halfway through the summer ball circuit. Let’s run down some All-stars, tournament results, and a coaching announcement.
The summer recruiting circuit draws ever closer. Pittsburgh players are spending more time on the road than ever before. If you’re a college coach, you’ll want to see these players compete in person.
The 2014 Pittsburgh high school lacrosse season came to a close Tuesday afternoon as Mt. Lebanon lost to Penncrest 15-10 in the PIAA state semifinals. Now, let’s find out who was the best of the best according to the coaches.
Mt. Lebanon defeated Shady Side Academy 5-4 on March 31st. Tonight, they meet again in the WPIAL title game. We asked coaches from around the league to share their thoughts on how they would defeat the finalists.
The 2014 Pittsburgh D1 semifinals went down Monday night at Baldwin high school and they did not disappoint.
The regular season has concluded in Pittsburgh. It’s time to preview the D1 playoff bracket.
A weekly series that will track the progress of Pittsburgh athletes at the next level… playing college lacrosse! As Pittsburgh has improved over time, the area has produced more and more high level talent. We are now at the point where tracking Pittsburgh players in college should be a thing. And now it is.
Welcome to a new weekly series that will track the progress of Pittsburgh athletes at the next level… playing college lacrosse! As Pittsburgh has improved over time, the area has produced more and more high level talent. We are now at the point where tracking Pittsburgh players in college should be a thing. And now it is.
We have seen A LOT of Huarache spottings in the NFL this season. Many of them that we’ve pointed out have been courtesy of tips from reader Sergey Baklykov, and this one is no different. Here we have our first Pittsburgh Steeler player spotted in Huaraches, and it’s Emmanuel Sanders.