Play for Parkinson's Highlights and Interviews



Lacrosse Magazine columnist Joel Censer interviews Virginia’s Steele Stanwick and Dom Starsia, Princeton goalkeeper Tyler Fiorito, and Georgetown’s Zack Angel.

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Reminder: 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…

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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From West Point to Afghanistan

From West Point to Afghanistan



Army knocked off a giant last Sunday. They have a much easier opponent this weekend, but nonetheless, a formidable one who they lost to earlier in the season.

Their actions on the field pale in comparison to what they will do when their time is up at the Point. And, of course, they don’t need reminding. It’s who they are. They’ve chosen a path not too many would take and go the distance without you questioning their effort.

The distance they will go on the field this weekend against Cornell is still up in the air. But their effort isn’t questionable. Read the excerpts from a recent New York Times AFTER THE CLICK…

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Weekly Mashup, U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan Remake Lady Gaga Video, Plus Stanwicks And More



The Weekly Mashup brings you links to some of the articles you may not have seen that involve lacrosse or lacrosse players. Here are some of the news-makers from this week after the JUMP.

America's Heroes, Veterans Day



The Armistice that ended World War I was signed 91 years ago today, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Today, we honor the 25 million veterans in the United States today, the countless who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the pursuit of freedom and the 400,000 who are deployed overseas.

There are a lot of numbers being thrown around but the most important number today is one. To be as one, united on this day regardless of race, religion or belief…and what better way to be united than through lacrosse?>>READ MORE