The Best Goal You’ll See All Week Presented by Athan Iannucci

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Our friend, Keith Gagne, alerted us about an amazing lacrosse goal earlier today. So, we obviously gave it a look and were blown away. Langley Thunder’s Athan Iannucci caught a pass on the run one-handed and decided to fly through the air, subsequently dunking the ball into the goal. Read More…

Posted in: Indoor

Three Lacrosse Fights to Start Your Week Right Because Mondays Suck

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After watching the movie, Goon, over the weekend, I finally understand why hockey players fight. However, my understanding for lacrosse players fighting is still unfounded. Maybe you can appreciate it a little more by watching three fights from the NLL over the weekend. Read More…

Posted in: Indoor, videos

Zach Palmer’s One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against Virginia Is…

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As 412_Lax put it, “Zach Palmer decided to score one handed against UVA. Canadians keeping it casual in Charlottesville.” Palmer and the Jays did work this weekend by beating UVA in overtime. This goal, however, made the lacrosse Gods smile. It’s pure perfection mixed with a lot of creativity. Remember his behind-the-back goal against the Terps last year? Read More…

Posted in: D1, video

Weekend Recap of the McGill Redmen from Baggataway Cup 2011

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Canadians are a necessity in the States nowadays. A crafty attackman (usually) with uncanny vision and finishing abilities are a must. You better keep your eye on “the Canadian” in a loose ball situation. Imagine if you had to play against a Man-Up unit consisting entirely of Canadians. Read More…

Posted in: International, video

The Canadian University Lacrosse Championship is this Weekend

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The Baggataway Cup, which is the Canadian National Lacrosse University Championship, is being played this weekend. The playoffs will be on display in London, Ontario, and you can guarantee it’ll be a dogfight to the finish. Canadians are dominant on the floor for indoor, but how do they compare to field lacrosse in the States? We’ve included a preview of the Road to the Championship so you can get an understanding at how good they really are. Read More…

Posted in: Coverage, International