Video: Virginia vs Princeton Fall-Ball Lacrosse Scrimmage



iLacrosse got video from the Play for Parkinson’s fall-ball event from this past weekend. We will be posting more videos and pics throughout the week.

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Videos: Brothers In Arms Buried Together



Monday night, the nightly news for CBS and NBC paid tribute to true American heroes. Travis Manion and former Navy lacrosse standout Brendan Looney were roommates at the naval academy and became as close as brothers. One became a Marine stationed in Iraq, the other, a Navy Seal in Afghanistan. Both have died and were laid to rest side-by-side in Arlington’s National Cemetery. View Videos…

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Video: Former Navy Lacrosse Player Dies in Helicopter Crash



Brendan Looney, a former Navy lacrosse player who lived in Silver Spring, was among nine U.S. military personnel killed in a Blackhawk helicopter crash Tuesday in southern Afghanistan. The cause was believed to be accidental. Looney a 1999 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High played football and baseball before matriculating to the Naval Academy. Keep Reading…

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Irish Lacrosse to be Honored During Michigan-Notre Dame Football Game



NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The Fighting Irish men’s lacrosse team will be honored on the Notre Dame Stadium field during Saturday’s Notre Dame-Michigan football game. The Irish will be recognized for their run to the title game of the 2010 NCAA Championship and for their work in the classroom and community. Read More…

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Play for Parkinsons Lacrosse Series



(Washington, DC) We are excited to announce the first annual Play for Parkinson’s fall lacrosse tournament featuring the University of Virginia, Georgetown, Princeton, and Army. The event will be held on October 9, 2010 at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA, and will benefit the ProjectSpark Foundation. Keep Reading…

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Duke Lacrosse to be Honored at White House on Sept. 13



DURHAM, N.C.— At a reception at the White House on Sept. 13, President Barack Obama will honor student-athletes from across the NCAA, including members of Duke’s men’s lacrosse team. The President will welcome student-athletes from dozens of schools and various sports to congratulate them on their accomplishments in the classroom as well as on and off the playing field. Keep Reading…

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Grab This: Bradley Ryder Owens’ Maverik Bull Head



Lacrosse Playground’s Battle of the Wits giveaway returns with something guaranteed to boost your cool.

Lacrosse Unlimited, equipment and apparel supplier, has generously donated one Maverik Bull head with a one-of-a-kind marble dye job, the favored head of Bradley Ryder Owens.

The prize will go to the most inspired and original response to the following question.

Mustangs Unveil New Athletics Logo



Stevenson, MD – After 16 years of diverse logos representing Mustangs athletics, Stevenson University is proud to reveal a new logo system that celebrates the hard-charging spirit of the Mustangs while giving their 20 intercollegiate NCAA Division III athletic teams a professional look. Developed in consultation with Bob Leffler of The Leffler Agency-one of the area’s foremost sports marketing firms-the new logo was unveiled August 12 during the first practice of Stevenson’s new football team. Read More…

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Maverik Lacrosse Fall 2010



A quick look at the Maverik Lacrosse Empire line of padding coming this Fall. The line features arm pads, the Phenix Shaft, new graphics on the H2 shaft, and Empire gloves. All of the new gear will be available in stores this fall. Keep Reading…

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SI.com: The story behind the Iroquois and Lacrosse



The controversy surrounding the Iroquois passport dispute has made news everywhere from the New York Times to the Economist.

Sports Illustrated has a video explaining the story behind the Iroquois and lacrosse:


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