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Womens Lax: STX Crux10

Womens Lax: STX Crux10

Considered the ultimate passing and shooting weapon for the advanced player. The Crux10 was designed in collaboration with Gary Gait. The head features the STX exclusive 10⁰ and overmold technology including a raised ball stop at maximum angel. The Crux10 comes with the Runway Pocket only. Available in White/Black, White/Blue, White/Lime, White/Neon Orange, White/Purple.

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Breaking News: Gary Gait Pulls out of U of Maryland Consideration, His Son Has Skillz

IL reported that Gary Gait is no longer a candidate for the Maryland men’s opening. Gait stated that “The [Maryland] alums were very supportive and it was definitely an incredible opportunity to pursue,” he said, “but I decided because of my family and my situation [at Syracuse] that I’m not going to pursue it.” His daughter, Taylor, is finishing her sophomore yr in HS and his son, Braedon, is finishing his eighth-grade year. Below is a clip of Braedon showing off his stick “skillz”.


Back in August, LPG broke the story on an NLL All Star Series in Australia. The teams have just been announced and it looks like it’s going to be a nice show. The teams consist of Gary Gait, Mark Steenhuis, Geoff Snider, John Grant Jr and Brodie Merrill to name a few. Meet the players after the jump.


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Laxification: Nature vs. Nurture

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?

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