Huge Lacrosse Hit, Plus Cornell Pulled off Hidden Ball Trick Against Hobart

Huge Lacrosse Hit, Plus Cornell Pulled off Hidden Ball Trick Against Hobart


“This was a special game for me to go against Hobart, where I spent so many years as a player and as a coach,” said interim head coach Matt Kerwick. “But the game wasn’t about me. I was just focused on how I could help the 36 guys in that locker room to play as well as they could and get the win here on Schoellkopf Field.” Read More…

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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‚Äôs 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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Here’s a Different Angle of the RIT Hidden Ball Trick

RIT Hidden Ball Trick, Game Winning Goal


You’ve already seen it unfold. RIT defeated Cortland in dramatic fashion this weekend by pulling off a game-winning hidden ball trick in overtime. Yesterday, we posted the goal from a higher angle, but today, we have a field level shot. Check it out. Read More…

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Video: RIT Scores Overtime Game Winner with Hidden Ball Trick

RIT vs Cortland Men's Lacrosse Overtime Game Winner


CORTLAND, NY — For the first time in the program’s illustrious history, the RIT (19-2) men’s lacrosse team will play for the NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse national title thanks to Allister Warren (Toronto, Ontario/Malvern Collegiate Institute)’s overtime goal with 1:55 left, giving the Tigers a 10-9 win over top seeded and previously undefeated SUNY Cortland (19-1) in the semifinals on Sunday. Read More…

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Here’s that Hidden Ball Trick the Iroquois U19 Lacrosse Team Pulled Off

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The 2012 FIL U19 World Lacrosse Championships concluded this weekend with USA defeating Canada, 10-8. But, the road to victory was not void of a few bumps along the way. The Iroquois team defeated the Red, White, and Blue for the first time in history. The game included two hidden ball tricks. Here’s one of them and it will leave you befuddled. 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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Another Goal of the Year Candidate By a Goalie



The Goal of the Year race is on. First, it was Matt Borda from Gonzaga (DC), then Brian Farrell’s wizardry against UNC, and now a goalie from Oregon?! Keep Reading…

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University of Maryland Lacrosse Hidden Ball Trick



Maryland’s Grant Catalino and Brian Farrell do the hidden ball trick before Farrell dumps it to Drew Snider for his third goal of the game. The Terps finished the game by beating UNC 13-6. Keep Reading…

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De La Salle’s Hidden Ball Trick Game Winner



De La Salle’s Mio Sison nets a goal FTW against Troy Athens by doing a hybrid hidden ball trick. This play reminds me a lot of my playing days. We had the exact same play (yes it was a play) for our man-up unit. It was called “Bacon.” Feast your eyes on this. Keep Reading…

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Japanese Hidden Ball Trick



Japan pulls off an upset win over Australia with help from masterful stick skills. In the waning minutes of the third quarter Japan secures the win with a hidden ball trick. The defense is completely fooled keened in on a player power-cradling at the top of the box. Little do they know, there is another player drifting back behind the goal who has the ball. The goalie never sees it coming.

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