5 Ways to Air Out Lacrosse Equipment

Your gear can get pretty soaked after playing lacrosse. These are five accessible ways you can air out lacrosse equipment.

There are a lot of ways to dry out your equipment, and more often than not, this is dictated by the resources at hand. For example, you can’t lay your gear out in the backyard if you don’t have a backyard, and you can’t always use a clothes dryer if you’re on the road. So, […]

How to Rehab an Old Lacrosse Head

Rehab old lacrosse head

Very few old lacrosse heads will be ready to go when you pick them up. After sitting in someone’s garage or basement or under their bed for a number of years, the pocket will be gross, and more often than not, the stick will be dirty. To the untrained eye, the head may look “done,” […]

How to Treat Your Lacrosse Stick

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Lacrosse is nothing without a stick. There’s no piece of equipment more important. Taking good care of your lacrosse stick is an absolute must. Modern sticks are pretty amazing, and they’re more consistent and reliable than ever before. But even when your stick is perfect, a rainy game or practice in the mud can cause […]

How to Clean Lacrosse Gloves

It's important to clean your lacrosse gloves, but what is the best way to do it? Here are some tips on how to wash your lacrosse gloves.

Gloves are at the core of lacrosse, and so is gloves getting dirty. Cleaning your lacrosse gloves is a requirement if you intend to play the sport, unless you don’t mind hours upon hours of built-up sweat and grime rubbing against your hands nonstop, in which case you might be a sociopath and have bigger […]

PLL Entry Draft Divides MLL Talent

Last week, the PLL held its 2021 entry draft for former MLL talent and other unsigned players looking to break into the league.

In what I’m sure will come as a massive shock to anybody reading this, Lyle Thompson was selected No. 1 overall in last week’s PLL Entry Draft. The former Bayhawk now joins his first PLL team, though also sort of joins his third MLL franchise, as he sticks with the expansion Cannons LC during its […]

Rob Kavovit, Syracuse Great & Three-Time All-American, Dies at 45

Rob Kavovit, a three-time All-American at Syracuse who also helped the Orange win a national title in 1995, died Tuesday. He was 45.

Former Syracuse attackman Rob Kavovit, who helped the Orange win the 1995 national championship, died at his Florida home Tuesday. He was 45. His death is a shock to his family, friends, and the Syracuse lacrosse community, as Kavovit leaves behind his wife, Marion, and two sons. Paul Carcaterra, who grew up with Rob Kavovit […]

Racism Cancels Emmanuel College at Sewanee Game

Racism canceled the lacrosse game between Emmanuel College and Sewanee after Sewanee fans hurled racial slurs at the opposing team.

Racism canceled the Emmanuel College at Sewanee lacrosse game Saturday. Racism unfortunately reared its ugly head on the lacrosse field again this week, this time in Sewanee, Tennessee, during a lacrosse game versus Emmanuel College. In a home game for the University of the South, students in attendance attacked players from visiting Emmanuel College with […]

Emily Hawryschuk Out for Season with Torn ACL

Syracuse women's lacrosse star Emily Hawryschuk suffered a torn ACL in practice last week, ending the season for one of the nation's best.

Emily Hawryschuk won’t be back on the field this season. The Syracuse women’s lacrosse attacker announced Thursday that she will miss the remainder of the campaign with a torn ACL she suffered in practice. Big things were expected this season from the grad student from Victor, New York, who is a two-time First Team All-ACC […]

Paul Rabil Traded to Cannons LC from Atlas LC

Paul Rabil was traded to Cannons LC from Atlas LC, sending the long-time player back to the team he featured for prominently in MLL.

Once again, Paul Rabil is a Cannon.  Not for the fourth-round pick we predicted, but it still happened. The details are basically that Paul Rabil will move over for two College Draft first rounders: one in 2021 and one in 2022. Meanwhile, the two teams will swap picks in the Entry Draft, with the Cannons […]

Ivy League Lacrosse Canceled for 2021

The Ivy League officially canceled its spring sports season, which includes lacrosse. Teams may be allowed to schedule non-conference games.

The Ivy League announced its 2021 spring sports are canceled, including lacrosse, in the midst of the pandemic. It was already rumored that the conference was heading in this direction, and Yale had already determined it would not sponsor lacrosse this spring. But it is now official. The Ivy League left the door open for […]

ACC Shuffle Begins in Week 0

The ACC picture has become a little bit clearer after Week 0, with the Blue Devils, Tar Heels and Cavs all coming out with victories.

For a conference that made up 80% of the initial USILA top 5, I’m still somehow pretty sure we weren’t giving enough credit to how terrifying the ACC was going to be this year. After a few more games in Week 0 (I guess the Denver-Utah week was Week -1?), the picture is beginning to […]

College Lacrosse. Is. Finally. Back!

After multiple years, college lacrosse has finally made its long-awaited return, with the season kicking off over the weekend.

Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve got games! After a looooooong offseason, college lacrosse made its return on Saturday, as Mercer hosted Bellarmine and Denver welcomed Utah. Although neither game was on television (boo), many of us still got to watch the first game courtesy of inactive Bellarmine midfielder (and man of the people) Cam Hebert’s Periscope […]