Three Changes to Fix World Lacrosse Sixes

World Lacrosse Sixes

Last week, we finally got our first glimpse of the new Sixes format of lacrosse on the international stage at The World Games in Birmingham, Alabama. The games were fast, fun, and quite often tight, coming down to the wire. Sixes showcased a ton of the talent and skill presented in other versions of lacrosse. […]

Israel Lacrosse Names Men’s Sixes Coaching staff

israel lacrosse

Ashkelon, Israel (January 12, 2022) — The Israel Lacrosse Association has named Brad MacArthur and Max Silberlicht as Head Coach and Assistant Coach, respectively, for the blue-and-white’s entry in The World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama. MacArthur has been the driving force behind the success of Israel’s national box lacrosse program, culminating in a Gold […]

Panama Wins Torneo Centroamericano Bicentenario Sixes Lacrosse

Panama wins Sixes

MORAVIA, Costa Rica – The Panama men’s team earned its second consecutive World Lacrosse Sixes tournament title over the weekend at the Torneo Centroamericano Bicentenario Sixes Lacrosse with a 22-15 victory over Colombia in the championship game. Panama compiled a perfect 4-0 record during the four-day tournament, outscoring opponents by 85-39 to seal its second […]

Super Sixes Uniform Review

Super Sixes uniform review

Whether you’re a fan of International Sixes lacrosse or not, I think one thing we can admit after the Super Sixes tournament at US Lacrosse Headquarters this past weekend, is that those uniforms were sharp. Being the gear guy here, I would be missing an opportunity if I didn’t give you an entire article dedicated […]

Super Sixes Event Set to Feature Debut of World’s Top Lacrosse Teams in New Discipline

Super Sixes

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, USA – World Lacrosse Sixes – a shorter and faster-paced version of the sport that launched earlier this year – is set to be played among the world’s top teams for the first time this weekend at World Lacrosse Super Sixes in the Baltimore metro area. Elite men’s and women’s teams from Canada, the Haudenosaunee […]

I Watched Sixes Lacrosse and This Is What I Thought

Sixes lacrosse

Sixes lacrosse has been a polarizing subject in the lacrosse world. Some are excited the game is finally getting recognition from the International Olympic Committee, while others aren’t thrilled with the new adaptation. Regardless of your opinion, one thing that most can agree on is that there haven’t been many ways to watch the new […]

Scott Burnam is more than a lacrosse player

Scott Burnam

This week Ryan and Nick sat down with Cornell ’91, 5x Iroquois National Player and 2x coach, and Japanese Movie Star Scott Burnam. SCOTT BURNAM IS MORE THAN A LACROSSE PLAYER The movie Star So in the early 2000’s, Scott, an accomplished field lacrosse player somehow found his way on a plan to shoot a […]

JaSon Levesque: Going Offsides

Jason Levesque Going Offsides

Jason Levesque is the current head women’s lacrosse coach at DI St. Bonaventure University. He has had multiple coaching stops in his career, including as an assistant for the Canadian Men’s Field Team. Talking Sixes & More with Jason Levesque Global Significance Sixes lacrosse has been in lacrosse news a lot this week. The announcement […]

Why Sixes Makes Dollars & Sense

World Lacrosse Sixes Dollars and Sense

On Tuesday, the World Lacrosse organization announced the new “Olympic” format for lacrosse known as World Lacrosse Sixes. What is Sixes? First, watch the video clip below as it does a good job outlining what Sixes is. In a nutshell, Sixes is World Lacrosse’s vision for a successful Olympic future. Here are a few of […]