HUNT VALLEY, Md. – Four of the most recognizable names over the past 30 years of men’s lacrosse were formally inducted as the newest male members of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame Saturday evening at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley. Read More…
BALTIMORE — The 2012 induction class for the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame has been approved by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors. This year’s eight-person class will be officially inducted in a ceremony Saturday, Oct. 20, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md. Read More…
Princeton All-Americans put on a great shooting clinic for Silverfin Lacrosse in California. The primary focus of the clinic is to enhance the shooting and stick skills for the young kids. From what we have heard, it was a success!
Jesse Hubbard is one of the most decorated players in all of lacrosse. He won three NCAA Championships with Princeton, was a three-time All-American in college, was a five-time MLL All-Star and won a World Lacrosse Championship with Team USA. In Part III of a three-part interview with Hubbard, we learn a little bit about what it takes to design a new head. >>READ MORE
In Part II of a three-part interview, Jesse Hubbard talks about his switch from mesh to leather, how he strings his stick, and the 2010 NCAA head specifications. It’s a must-read for the lax rat. >>READ MORE
Jesse Hubbard is one of the most decorated players in all of lacrosse. He won three NCAA Championships with Princeton, was a three-time All-American in college, was a five-time MLL All-Star and won a World Lacrosse Championship with Team USA.
Oh, and he knows his equipment. So we thought we’d talk to Jesse about all-things lax. In part one of a three-part series, today we discuss the pocket. With so much experience in the sport, Hubbard is an expert on stringing your spoon. Since Hubbard used traditional leather for much of his career before switching to mesh several years ago, we thought we’d get his take on how pockets have evolved and have him chime in on the mesh vs. traditional debate. >>READ MORE