Paul Rabil’s Latest Commercial For Warrior

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Warrior debuted a new commercial highlighting Paul Rabil’s new equipment collection due to hit retail stores this Fall. The Rabil Collection encompasses footwear, shoulder pads, heads, shafts and elbow pads. Read More…

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This is the Funniest Video You Will See All Day, Frustrated Lax Baby Cursing Up a Storm

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Jay Bilas tweets hilarious video and trolls lacrosse at the same time. Bilas tweeted to his 341 thousand followers (he doesn’t follow a single person), that this little guy “will someday be a great lacrosse player” because “he’s already got the language down.” As you watch the video, a baby learns how to play lacrosse and becomes frustrated. Upon becoming frustrated, the little guy repeats “God Damn it” over-and-over. Read More…

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Sh*t Monmouth University Women’s Lacrosse Players Say

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The Monmouth Women’s team has made another cool video. This time it’s a comical take on the “sh*t people say” videos. The ladies provide feedback from their daily routine of lifting weights, laxing, chugging water, and studying. It’s definitely worth watching. Read More…

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Two-Part Documentary About Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Debuts May 8 on ESPNU

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – This May, Jalbert Productions and Little Brother of War Entertainment is bringing fans an all-access look into the Virginia men’s lacrosse program in two different 30-minute episodes. “There And Back,” built in the documentary mold of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” debuts on Tuesday, May 8 on ESPNU at 6:30 p.m. The second and final 30-minute episode will be televised May 9 on ESPNU in the same 6:30 p.m. time slot. Read More…

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This UNC Men’s Lacrosse Player Will Make You Feel Rebellious

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This week’s UNC I am Second spotlight features a student-athlete who comes from a family that lives lacrosse and bleeds tar heel blue. Frankie Kelly is the nephew of two former tar heel lacrosse players. His father, Frank Kelly, played lacrosse at Cornell, and his cousin David currently plays at Rutgers. His younger brother Stephen is also committed to UNC. Read More…

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American Pie’s Jason Biggs and Sean WIlliam Scott Support Spanish Lacrosse Team

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If you haven’t seen the latest and best installment of the American Pie series called American Reunion, then you need to give yourself a cup check. American Reunion is chalk full of lacrosse references. And, they’re the kind of references only true lacrosse players know, which is why I found myself laughing alone in the theater. Read More…

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Pat Stansik: I’m 24

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By now, the candles are blown out, the hangover has set in, but the taste of the tremendous skills, and possibly birthday cake, have not left us.  The fact of the matter is Pat Stansik is getting older, and only he has ingenious ways of showing it and making it enjoyable. Read More…

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Video: Easton Sports Inside Out

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We have seen a fair amount of GoPro videos, but this takes a more creative approach. Using over 100 GoPro cameras attached to players and their equipment, Easton brings you a fresh look at team sports from the inside out. Read More…

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Pat Stansik: Sons and Daughters

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For the most part, a lot of us have either thought we knew more than our parents, claimed we did, or told them we hated them.  Nevertheless, we all have fond memories and most of us will admit that in the male and female realm, even sons and daughters, there exists a double standard.  Read More…

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Midwestern Liberal Arts Colleges View Lacrosse As A Weapon…For Good

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For those who doubt the rapid growth of the lacrosse or the needless expansion of the sport Kevin Kiley, writer for USA Today, writes a compelling argument. There is a prodigious growth of lacrosse that may otherwise go unseen if you don’t live or have family in the region. Kiley uncovers the escalation of lacrosse participation, particularly, at Liberal Arts Colleges in the Midwest region. Read More…

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