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Must Watch: Notre Dame’s 4 Days in Colorado, 15 Minutes Behind the Scenes

Notre Dame: 4 Days In Colorado, 15 Minutes Behind the Scenes

Every single college in the world needs to jot down notes whilst watching 4 Days in Colorado. Every team, coach, parent, and student-athlete will learn something from Notre Dame. The program and school emphasize community, team-building, and personal gratification. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Lifestyle

America’s First Sport, Lacrosse Documentary

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange attack Devon Collins (44) with the draw control during the first half of the 2012 NCAA Division 1 Womens Lacrosse Championship against the Northwestern Wildcats at LaValle Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

The first sporting event ever observed by Europeans in North America was a lacrosse game in 1637. Jesuit missionaries from France saw hundreds of native men playing a ball game with sticks that they thought resembled a bishop’s crosier, so they called the game “lacrosse.” Read More…

Posted in: Coverage, videos

Lacrosse Comes Full Circle For Benny Marchant


If you are a true fan of lacrosse, then the name Marchant should ring a bell. Today, I’m not talking about the Four Time All-American from Johns Hopkins, Milford Marchant, but his musically inclined brother Benny. Benny, who played at Washington College in ’98, set sail on a journey never thinking he would return back to the sport he grew up on along the Severn River. Read More…

Posted in: Music, Pop Culture

Lao-Gosneys Make Movie Debut in Crooked Arrows Premiering Tonight


Lehigh midfielders Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney played key roles in the lacrosse movie Crooked Arrows, which opens in select theatres on Friday (May 18). The twins were both part of the Coventry team, the prep school which the Crooked Arrows play. Roman wears #21 and Cameron #25; they appear in numerous scenes, with Roman having one speaking part as well. Read More…

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First Hollywood Lacrosse Movie Will Premiere In Amsterdam


If it is up to the organization of the EC lacrosse 2012, this summer will breathe lacrosse. Next to the European Championships, also the first Hollywood lacrosse movie ‘Crooked Arrows’ will find its way to the Netherlands. On May 9, the lacrosse movie premiered in the United States and on the 26th of June, Crooked Arrows will premiere in the Netherlands in Pathé Tuschinski (1500 seats available) in Amsterdam. Read More…

Posted in: International

Crooked Arrows Official Theatrical Trailer

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This is the theatrical trailer for Crooked Arrows, which hits select theaters May 18th. The movie stars Brandon Routh, Gil Birmingham, Crystal Allen, and Chelsea Ricketts. It’s a story centered around a Native American lacrosse team making its way through a prep school league tournament. Read More…

Posted in: Lifestyle, Pop Culture

Warrior Lacrosse: Sweat, Sacrifice, Success

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Wayne State University Men’s Lacrosse team is in its second year playing in the NCLL. The team recently became the Midwest North Champions as they make a push into playoffs. This film highlights the team’s work ethic. Read More…

Posted in: Club, videos

Crooked Arrow Lacrosse Gloves


The Reebok Crooked Arrow Lacrosse Glove offers you a chance to stylishly commemorate the 2012 full-length lacrosse movie, “Crooked Arrows” as well as support the promotion of US Lacrosse. This limited edition lacrosse glove is only available while supplies last.

Posted in: Gloves, Reebok

Crooked Arrows Branded Shafts From Bamshaft


Introducing the new Bamshaft Crooked Arrows lacrosse shaft. Own one before the movie premiers. The new Crooked Arrows shafts use the same patented bamboo treatment for a feel that will take you back to the very roots of Lacrosse. Crooked Arrows shafts are laser engraved with the Crooked Arrows insignia and the crooked arrows logo for a great new look. Read More…

Posted in: Bamshaft, Sticks/Shafts

The Rebuilding Year, The Roanoke Lacrosse Documentary


After losing 15 seniors, five All-Americans (including their starting goalie), and two position players of the year at the end of the 2010 season, most lacrosse fans suspected that Roanoke would struggle during their 2011 season. However, it was this set of circumstances that provided the 2011 team with a chance to achieve something great. Read More…

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