This interview comes from Lacrosse Magazine’s weekly video podcast. It’s money. Rabil, for the most part, discusses his flow. VIDEO…
This season a new high school in Washington, DC, Wilson High School, started a new lacrosse program. Wilson High School is also the first public school in DC to have a lacrosse program. After playing lacrosse for only a few weeks the Wilson Tigers have already won their first game in their school’s history. They are also looking fresh with new decals on their Cascade CPV helmets. The Flow after the jump speaks for itself. View Pictures…
Recently there has been a lot of buzz about MLL All-Star Paul Rabil’s hair. If you are on Twitter, you’ll know that last week Rabil said he was thinking of ditching the flow. Some have suggested to donate his hair, some others want him to style it into a free flowing mullet and many don’t want him to touch it at all. Sound off in the poll after the jump.
Connor Martin needs no introduction. Martin, also known as Con Bro Chill, has dropped his latest music video “Come To My Party.” His songs are also available on iTunes. Give it up for the Chapman University laxer.
Brobible, the official site for bros everywhere, has extended its deadline for the “Name that Flow” content until this Saturday (Oct. 31) at midnight. Winners of the content will get a Warrior NOZ Head, Warrior Krypto Pro Black Handle, Warrior Limited Edition Imperial Gloves and a special, to-be-announced grand prize. Find out more info at Brobible.com.
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LPG is proud to present the third installment of posts from the administrators of 90% of Lax Is In The Flow. With this piece, you will get an in depth view on a laxers love for the game.
I was driving into work today, taking time between lights to contemplate the future direction of my life and how I could loosen the vice the man has placed on me. As I thought back, I found myself fixating on two things, my passion for the sport of lacrosse, and my sincere ambition to contribute to the growth of the game.
When you take a look at a Gary Gait, or a Joe Walters, do you see them playing tennis? Does John Grant lace up the roller blades and get a game of street hockey in before dinner? Undoubtedly, athletes of that caliber could do reasonably well in any hard gritted alpha male contest, but they chose to play lacrosse. Or did they?