You’ve seen some version of this done in every sport, where people take the best qualities of the best players to create the ultimate competitor. Last week, I came up with the players whose skills would make up the ultimate lacrosse attackman. Today, I’ve completed this exercise to build my ultimate lacrosse midfielder. The only […]
At long last, we’ve reached our finals for the best NCAA lacrosse pairs of the decade. More than 30 programs were considered here, but in the end, there can only be one champion. Only one duo shall reign supreme. After victories in the semifinals, our top-two seeds have survived upset and now find themselves exactly […]
When the PLL’s expansion team, Waterdogs LC, was announced this offseason, it offered the opportunity to see how the league would handle slightly diluting its rosters while still trying to create a competitor. First things first, they brought in Andy Copelan as a head coach. While Copelan is new to the professional lacrosse ranks, he […]
*This story was updated at 1:08PM EDT on 7/18/2020 to reflect the PLL dressing all 22 players per game. Previously, this stated that 18 players would dress out of the 22 player active roster. The theme behind nearly everything in 2020 since March has been how COVID-19 is affecting one thing or another. In […]
It seemed unfathomable years ago when John Grant Jr. won the Champions Cup, Mann Cup and World Indoor Lacrosse Championship title all in the same year in 2007. Zach Currier and Thomas Hoggarth join us on the show. Zach Currier, Thomas Hoggarth: Lacrosse Classified This week, we speak with Pure Vita Labs sponsored athlete Zach […]
Zach Currier engineers dynamic plays on the field, but did you know that he is the also the mind behind the Warrior Warp lacrosse head?
The MLL was in the spotlight all to itself with the PLL in a bye week and it did not disappoint. See who had a winning week and who had one to forget.
Three NLL games this past weekend, with three big results! The outcomes of the contests didn’t force me to switch up my power rankings of goodness very much. So, instead, I want to talk about some standout performances from Week 5!
While the Calgary Roughnecks had the biggest turnaround from Week 1, the Vancouver Stealth continue to spin the tires.
We got to see two NLL games in Week 2. Both of them were fun to watch, and told us a lot more about four of the nine teams vying for a title in 2018.