Inaugural IMG Indoor Nationals crowns concludes with championship games at Philadelphia’s Wells-Fargo Center

Inaugural IMG Indoor Nationals crowns concludes with championship games at Philadelphia’s Wells-Fargo Center


The IMG Nationals, a year-end indoor lacrosse national championship event run in conjunction with the American Indoor Lacrosse Association, concluded on Sunday with championships awarded inthe U15, U17 and U19 divisions. Read More…

Posted in: High School, Indoor

Johns Hopkins Signs 5 Year Old (Video)

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Marquise Long, a 5 year old diagnosed with a pediatric brain cancer, signs with Johns Hopkins through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. Read More…

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ConnectLAX Recruiting Profiles Go Mobile to Maximize Player Exposure

ConnectLAX Recruiting Profiles Go Mobile to Maximize Player Exposure


Like everything else, college recruiting has gone mobile. Coaches don’t find you while surfing the Internet; they see you on the field. They look over their shoulder and say “hey, who’s that number 24.” Read More…

Posted in: High School, Training

ConnectLAX.com Acquires LAXTrainers.com; Becomes Largest Network of Private Instructors

ConnectLAX.com Acquires LAXTrainers.com; Becomes Largest Network of Private Instructors


ConnectLAX.com, the leader in private lacrosse instruction, has acquired LAXTrainers.com. LAXTrainers was founded by Connecticut-natives Harley Brown and Jack Vaughan, and operates as a lacrosse-targeted search engine to help players find private instructors. Read More…

Freshman Commits to North Carolina for Lacrosse, Recruiting Hypocrisy? (Video)

Freshman Commits to North Carolina for Lacrosse, Recruiting Hypocrisy? (Video)


Yes, a freshman just committed to UNC. It’s not their first foray of securing early verbals and we, personally, don’t have a problem with early recruiting. However, this is the first instance of early recruiting gone awry. Read More…

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Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension (Video)

Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension


For once (!), I agree with Quint. ESPN briefly addressed the Cornell Lacrosse hazing incident Tuesday. In the short clip, Quint Kessenich states that the suspension and incident will not hurt Cornell’s recruiting. Read More…

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RoughRiders Launch in Philadelphia

RoughRiders Launch in Philadelphia


Elkridge, Md. (September, 2013)–The RoughRiders high school and youth boys club lacrosse program announced today it is launching in the Philadelphia market with the addition of four teams. The Philadelphia RoughRiders will include two U13 teams this fall and two U11 teams in the spring of 2014. Read More…

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Lacrosse Highlights for Top Rising Canadian Sophomore

Lacrosse Highlights for Top Rising Canadian Sophomore


Ben French has enrolled at IMG Academy for lacrosse. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound impact player was one of only two Canadian attackmen selected to play for Team Ontario in both the upcoming U-16 National Box and Field Lacrosse Championships. Read More…

Cassese, Lehigh Announce Men’s Lax Incoming Class



BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh Smith Family Head Lacrosse Coach Kevin Cassese announced the team’s incoming class of 2017 on Wednesday, which includes 11 standouts across several states and positions. The group enters Lehigh this fall looking to help replace a stellar senior class that featured 14 total members and several All-Americans, All-Patriot League Players and Major League Lacrosse draftees. These incomers hope to mesh with the returnees and win their third straight Patriot League Championship next spring. Read More…

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Patriot Lacrosse is Looking for High School and Youth Players

Patriot Lacrosse is Looking for High School and Youth Players


Patriot Lacrosse is holding open tryouts on August 25, 2012 for high school players and September 7 & 8 for youth. They are looking for players who want to play hard, have advanced skills but are still looking to improve each time they take the practice field. Read More…

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