Syracuse Stingers – Forgotten Teams of Lacrosse History

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Syracuse Stingers: We Hardly Knew Ye Only lasting one season of play in the original NLL, the Syracuse Stingers had an exciting start in 1974 only to take a bumpy ride to a rough ending. Excitement around the Stingers instantly surged after the league’s initial player draft, selecting one of the most electrifying rosters at […]

Syracuse Stingers T-Shirt Throwback – SOLD OUT

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THIS SHIRT IS SOLD OUT – NO REPRINTS Welcome to the Shirt of the Month ROUND TWO! Through our partnership with Justin Skaggs and the Wood Lacrosse Sticks crew we dropped and sold out of our first shirt honoring the Montréal Québécois. Before there was the National Lacrosse League as we know it today, there […]

My American Box Lacrosse Experience

Living boxla legend Randy Fraser put together a star-studded team, made up mostly of former PLL and NALL players from Boston and Baltimore. We took on the Vermont Voyagers and Syracuse Stingers up in Syracuse’s OnCenter War Memorial arena. What a weekend of box lacrosse!

Best Box Lacrosse Video Ever: Syracuse

Throne of String put together an AMAZING video from the Lacrosse All Stars vs. Syracuse Stingers game last month. This video will make you want to play box lacrosse.

The Best Game Of Box Lacrosse

Syracuse Stingers vs NYC Lax All Stars Box Photo credit: Larry Palumbo

We traveled to Syracuse, NY to play the Syracuse Stingers at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena last week. What transpired might just have been the best box lacrosse game of all-time.

Crosse Clicks: Feels Like Vegas

Lots of lacrosse interest in this week’s Crosse Clicks! Lax in ‘Bama, New Shakerz gear, dye job heaven, and an in to some of the rarest custom shorts in the game!

We’re Going To Play Syracuse!

Yesterday it was announced that a team of NYC-based Lacrosse All Stars would be taking on the Syracuse Stingers on Thursday, February 21st, in Syracuse, NY, at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena. As you may have guessed from the NYC team’s name, that team is us.