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Grip ‘N Rip: Kyle Harrison, Ohio Machine

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To run through the accolades that Kyle Harrison has received in his lacrosse career would not do enough justice to explain what he has meant to the modern midfield position. He is a trend setter and a game changer who can cause problems on both sides of the field for the opposing team. Kyle played […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Justin Turri, Boston Cannons

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Justin Turri is a monster offensive midfielder. Justin put up 70 goals and 52 assists at Duke University while receiving multiple USILA All-American Honors and also leading Duke to multiple Final Four appearances and Duke’s first lacrosse National Championship in 2010. Justin has continued to see success in the MLL on the Rattlers and now, […]

Posted in: Brine, Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Charlie Raffa, Chesapeake Bayhawks

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Charlie Raffa is a machine at the faceoff X. I can’t think of a better way to describe him. His dedication to the beautiful art of facing off is out of this world, and it shows when you watch him go out for every draw and give it everything he has. Lacrosse is a game […]

Posted in: Epoch, Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Mitch Belisle, Georgia Swarm


Mitch Belisle is everywhere on the field. Give him any size lacrosse stick and he will run the field and do what every he can to win. The Cornell graduate won the Schmeisser Award as the nation’s top defender and has gone on to play for the USA in the box and on the field. […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Zack Greer, Saskatchewan Rush


When I write these little paragraphs describing the accolades of players featured, I normally start by looking at what their respective universities have to say about them. The process was no different when I started writing Zack Greer’s article, but after a quick glance of his three years at Duke University, this might be a […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Jake Tripucka, New York Lizards

That hair tho'. Image courtesy: Charlotte Hounds

New York Lizards midfielder Jake Tripucka is the definition of a work horse. He’s the two way midfielder that every coach wants on their team so they can provide quick transition from defense to offense and attack right away. Jake did this exceptionally well and his 47 goals, 48 assists, 74 ground balls, and 16 […]

Sponsored: Tilt Lacrosse


“TILT Lacrosse… if you haven’t heard of them yet, you better get on it.  We were able to snag two of their top selling tees.  Check it out:     The Pepper Spray tee is a crease-and-goal themed design in kelly and is perfect for the spring. The material is super-soft and it’ll be worn […]

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Grip ‘N Rip: Scott Ratliff, Atlanta Blaze


Atlanta Blaze Long Pole Midfielder, Scott Ratliff, shows off his Under Amrour stick that he’s using to prepare for this MLL season. Scott has been shutting down the MLL’s top midfielders and is an icon for the perfect transition LSM. In Boston, Scott collected a career high 81 ground balls and 20 points, including three […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Kevin Rice, Atlanta Blaze


What head and shaft are you using? Right now I’m using a black Evo 4 with the new StringKing Metal shaft.  Really excited to get my hands on the new StringKing Mark 1 head however, which comes out in February. Do you string your own sticks? If not, who does? I have no idea how […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Brent Adams, Boston Cannons

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Boston Cannon’s middie, Brent Adams, drops by for this week’s Grip ‘N Rip. Brent graduated from Fairfield University in 2012 with USILA All-American and ECAC first team honors. Brent is a do-it-all midfielder who collected 92 ground balls and recorded 100 points while at Fairfield. In his professional career, Brent has continued to excel as […]