For the Love of the TeamBrenden Malloy overcame a slew of medical problems to join his Cincinnati-area teammates for a bronze-medal run at the US Lacrosse National Championships.Full Story
Recruiting: Straight from the ExpertsThere are many different aspects of the recruiting process that can turn coaches on or off, so players need to know have to navigate it. Coaches in each Division give their do's and don'ts.Full Story
Remembering the 1948 U.S. Olympic Lacrosse TeamIt has been over 100 years since lacrosse has been an official sport at the Olympic Games, but it has appeared as a demonstration sport on three occasions. This is the story of the last U.S. lacrosse team to compete in the Olympics in 1948.
MCLA Names 2016 Scholar AthletesThe Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), the preeminent non-varsity organization in the sport, is proud to announce the Scholar Athlete recipients for the 2016 season. Across the association’s two divisions, 122 players earned Scholar Athlete status.
MLL Commissioner Gross Sums Up 2016, Looks AheadMLL Commissioner David Gross said the 2016 season was another success. With a new team, a slew of highlights and a championship game to remember, Gross believes the future is bright for the MLL, so it begs the the question: Is expansion in the works?
Del Bianco Leads Coquitlam to Minto Cup CrownA standout performance from goaltender Christian Del Bianco, who was named tournament MVP, helped guide the Coquitlam Adanacs to a 6-5 overtime victory over the Orangeville Northmen in the deciding game of the best-of-five series.
Photo Gallery: Baltimore City PE WorkshopApproximately 80 Baltimore City elementary and middle school physical education teachers took part in a hands-on lacrosse workshop last week. Conducted by US Lacrosse, PE Workshops are designed train the teachers and provide them with resources to incorporate a lacrosse curriculum into their classes. To learn more: http://laxmag.us/2ccbfUw