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You’re a Fool if You Don’t Think this is the Best Hidden Ball Trick Ever!

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange head coach Gary Gait at the press conference after the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship against the Northwestern Wildcats at LaValle Stadium. Northwestern won 8-6. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

Recently, the RIT hidden ball trick overtime goal has made big waves. People are now beginning to talk about the best hidden ball trick in the history of the game. Some publications have mentioned Maryland’s NCAA playoff game and the Iroquois U19 Lacrosse play. Sadly, many don’t know about De La Salle’s Hidden Ball Trick Game Winner. Moreover, people reluctantly forget about the Gait brothers’ hidden ball trick play, which is byfar the best EVER. Read More…

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Syracuse Lacrosse Already Had Its First Game of the 2013 Season! What?

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange attack Alyssa Murray (1) takes a stick to the face by Northwestern Wildcats midfielder/attack Alex Frank (11) during the first half of the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship at LaValle Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – In the first Division I women’s lacrosse game in the nation, Syracuse defeated Jacksonville, 21-8, on Sunday, Jan. 13. The Orange, which opened the season on the road for the first time since 2007, has now won its season opener in six consecutive seasons. Read More…

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Gary Gait and Michelle Tumolo Reprimanded by NCAA

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Northwestern Wildcats m/d Taylor Thornton (9) and Northwestern Wildcats midfielder Alexa deLyra (25) box out Syracuse Orange attack Michelle Tumolo (35) during the first half of the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship at LaValle Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-US PRESSWIRE

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse women’s lacrosse coach Gary Gait and star Michelle Tumolo have been reprimanded by the NCAA for misconduct at the Division I national championship game in May. Read More…

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Orange Trio Among 2012 Upstate New York Lacrosse Hall Of Fame Inductees


SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Three Orange greats will be inducted into the Upstate New York Chapter of the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in a ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 21 at The Links at Erie Village located in East Syracuse. Syracuse University lacrosse alums Gary Gait, Ron Hill and Charlie Lockwood are among the eight individuals that make up the 2012 induction class. Read More…

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Classic Gait Brothers Hidden Ball Trick, Best Lacrosse Play Ever?

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Paul and Gary Gait don’t need an introduction. They are two of the best to have ever played the game. They revolutionized the sport and made it a highflying affair. In this video, the Canadian twins meet at midfield to create a smoke and mirrors play, the hidden ball trick. Read More…

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The Dive with Doug Knight (Video)

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Gary Gait first introduced us to the “Air Gait” move in 1988. Years later, Doug Knight and Michael Watson perfected “the dive.” caught up with Doug Knight who described the history of the dive, and its role in the game today. Doug Knight makes it seem like the revolution of skateboarding like the Lords of Dogtown. Read More…

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Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse Announces 2012 Captains


SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Seniors Sarah Holden (Syracuse, N.Y.), Janelle Stegeland (Cortland, N.Y.), Jill Cammett (Norwell, Mass.) and junior Michelle Tumolo (Mullica Hill, N.J.) have been named captains for the 2012 Syracuse squad, head coach Gary Gait announced on Thursday. Each of the four played in all 18 games during the Orange’s 2011 campaign. Read More…

Posted in: Womens Lax

Tradition of Family Breeds Success and Familiarity at Syracuse

This season, is giving you an insider’s view of the Alabama softball, Oklahoma baseball and Syracuse lacrosse programs. The insider’s view is called Inside the Program. The latest edition for Syracuse lacrosse is Roy Simmons Jr.’s story as told to’s Lauren Reynolds. Jr. reflects on his father Roy Sr. playing for and coaching Syracuse, doing the same himself, his son Roy III also doing the same, and concluding with Roy IV starting his own tradition. Keep Reading…

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Video Update From Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse Team

Gary Gait updates his fans about the upcoming season for the Syracuse Orange in 2011.

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Who's Gary Gait?

Who’s Gary Gait speaks volumes about what he and his brother, Paul, have done for the sport of lacrosse. The video focuses on Gary’s accomplishments as a player and as a women’s lacrosse coach. It’s astonishing how much these twins have done.