Hendrix College Lacrosse Gear 2012

Posted on December 12, 2011 by

Categories: Brine, Cascade, D3, Gloves, Helmets


Hendrix College is a nationally competitive liberal arts school located in Conway, Arkansas, just 30 minutes outside the state capital Little Rock. Hendrix College is entering their 5th season in NCAA Division III competition and their second season under Head Coach Curt Foxx. This will be the last season Hendrix College competes in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), as they will be moving to the newly formed Southern Athletic Association (SAA) beginning in 2013. The helmet is a Cascade Pro 7 with custom Orange Chrome facemask, and the gloves are custom Brine King III’s with player name and number.

Learn more about the team at Hendrix.edu.

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  • Jduartdigon

    Ha I got recruited by them…I wasn’t even thinking about going there but this just changed my mind. (JK JK)

  • Jduartdigon

    Ha I got recruited by them…I wasn’t even thinking about going there but this just changed my mind. (JK JK)

    • Cherokeelad3

      Come visit. You’d change your mind.

  • Anonymous

    three winless seasons and you finally get a win to a first year program…. Enjoy the new gear, you guys earned it

    • Yea

      Doesn’t every program have to start somewhere? They’re building, just like every single team that has ever existed.

  • SuchDirt

    Oh my dirt is right, I guess spending money on gear they do not need is more important then finding more talented players. I suppose if you can win might as well buy new gear to make yourself feel better.

  • Think a little bit

    New Coach, took the same guys who didnt win for 3 seasons to one game away from SCAC playoffs? Pretty good. Plus getting gear is what ATTRACTS new recruits. If you knew anything about college recruiting you’d know that. Ask Oregon Football.

  • Think a little bit

    New Coach, took the same guys who didnt win for 3 seasons to one game away from SCAC playoffs? Pretty good. Plus getting gear is what ATTRACTS new recruits. If you knew anything about college recruiting you’d know that. Ask Oregon Football.