Donnie Does Girls Lacrosse in Shanghai

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This might be the funniest video you will see all day! The video features Boston native, Donald Mahoney. Mahoney’s video series, “Donnie Does China”, documents this humble man’s journey as he tries to work his way out of communist China and return to his native Massachusetts. He recently coached the Shanghai women’s lacrosse team. Read More…

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National Blue Chip Elite Girls Lacrosse Announces Dates and Location for First Recruiting Camp

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SYOSSET, NY – National Blue Chip Elite, the nation’s premiere girls lacrosse recruitment camp and program, announced today the organization will host its first national comprehensive girls lacrosse recruiting camp. With some of the top Division I, II and III college coaches in attendance, this camp will be held from July 16, 2013 to July 18, 2013, at Ukrop Park Sports Complex, 5300 Ridgedale Parkway, Richmond, VA. Read More…

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Laxachusetts And Acacia Walker Announce Inaugural Girls Laxachusetts Program

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Laxachusetts has joined forces with Acacia Walker to present the girls Laxachusetts program! We have spent several years looking for the right woman to lead the very best student athletes the state has to offer. With men like Sean Morris and David Evans setting the content as well as coaching in our boys program, it was imperative we get the very best the sport has to offer to develop the content and coach our girls program. Read More…

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What Boys Can Learn From Girls’ Lacrosse

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A men’s lacrosse game may attract larger crowds but listen up, boys– there is a lot that can be learned from girls’ lacrosse and by no means should the female version of the game be ignored or downplayed. There are some key differences between boys and girls lacrosse – from the physicality allowed to the sticks used to the rules enforced –that have changed the way girls are playing the game…and in a good way. Read More…

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