Video Highlights: Denver Opens Season with 14-8 Win Over Air Force

Video Highlights: Denver Opens Season with 14-8 Win Over Air Force


“We also knew that Air Force was going to come with a lot of energy. They are always great athletes and really good lacrosse players. I think the important thing was that we fended off their charge. We got down and our guys just kept their composure.” Read More…

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Air Force Gets the Best of Army in OT



HOUSTON, Texas – Air Force sophomore midfielder Erik Smith won the opening face-off of overtime and scored the game-winning goal himself just seven seconds into the extra session as the Falcons rallied to a 9-8 win over Army on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Barnhart Stadium on the campus of The Kinkaid School. Read More…

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Custom Army and Air Force Lacrosse Shafts, Support the Troops

custom epoch lacrosse and lax4all lacrosse shafts


Last week, Epoch Lacrosse launched their custom shaft program with Northstar Lacrosse in Minnesota, who designed shafts for The Blake School. This week, they released their 100% custom shafts designed by Lacrosse 4 All, to pay tribute to two branches of the armed forces. Read More..

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Army and Air Force to Play in Beating Cancer with a Stick Lacrosse Classic

beating cancer with a stick lacrosse classic


Houston – Army and Air Force will meet in the third annual Beating Cancer with a Stick Lacrosse Classic on March 10, 2012 at 1:00 pm in Houston, Texas. The major match-up will take place at the Kinkaid School in Houston and marks the first time these competitors have met on a neutral field. Read More…

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A Massive Challenge for Air Force Lacrosse

mount massive


USAFA, Colo. – Last fall, the Air Force lacrosse team got together to tackle a lofty goal–climbing to the top of Mount Elbert, the highest peak in Colorado. This year, the squad underwent a similar challenge for its team-building exercise, this time tackling Mount Massive, the second-highest peak in Colorado at 14,421 feet. Read More…

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