Video Highlights: Syracuse Defeats Iroquois Nationals, 14-11

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In a fall ball match up pitting the Syracuse Orange lacrosse team against the Iroquois Nationals, the Orange defeated the Iroquois, 14-11. The Orange also scrimmaged the Israeli National Team yesterday at SUNY Cortland. Read More…

Posted in: D1, International

2013 Top High School Lacrosse Goals

2013 Top High School Lacrosse Goals


With the fall ball lacrosse season upon us, Lax.com has looked back on what a great high school lacrosse season 2013 was. Read More…

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Warrior Revo 3 Product Video

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The best defensive head ever. Period. Warrior has revolutionized the game once again with the latest of the Revo line, the Revo 3. This is the premier defensive head from Warrior and one of Lax.com’s product experts Mike Mac will tell you why in Lax.com’s product review of the Revo 3. Read More…

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Lax.com’s Top Three Defensive Heads

Lax.com's Top Three Defensive Heads


One of Lax.com’s Pros Brent Adams goes over what you should look for when buying a defensive lacrosse head and the top three choices for d-poles available at Lax.com. Brent discusses what makes a defensive head different from the rest, such as the strength, durability, and size. Read More…

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Cascade CPXR Matte Black Lacrosse Helmet is Now Available for Purchase

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Cascade CPXR Matte Black Lacrosse Helmet is the new go-to helmet from Cascade. The primary feature here is the quick fitting pinch mechanism at the base of the neckroll which allows you to easily adjust the helmet to your head. And, of course, the helmet comes in Matte Black colorway. Read More…

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2013 College Lacrosse Promo, Lax.com College Highlights (Video)

May 27, 2012; Stony Brook NY, USA; Syracuse Orange fans show support before 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


Are you ready for what is sure to be an awesome 2013 college lacrosse season? Here’s a tease. Read More…

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Lax.com Announces 2013 Lacrosse Fantasy Draft

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Lax.com has officially announced a fantasy lacrosse league draft for the 2013 season. All the Division One schedules are in the system as well as all of the rosters. Read More…

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Biggest Lacrosse Hits of 2012

May 28, 2012; Foxborough, MA, USA; Loyola Greyhounds attack Eric Lusby (right) scores a goal while being checked by Maryland Terrapins long stick midfielder Goran Murray (left) during the first half of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse National Championship at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE


Lax.com’s video highlights always excite me and make me want to instantly pick up a barbell. This video is no different. The reel features hard hitters from high school, college, and pro lacrosse. Yes, the majority of the hits are illegal, but these days a legal, hard hit will draw a flag too. Read More…

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CroART Sports’ Surf N’ Turf Lacrosse Tournament Recap and Highlights

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This year had a new twist as LAX.COM became the 2012 Title sponsor. The tournament ran at Moakley Park in South Boston and is not just a tournament but a showcase of the City of Boston, the Parks and Recreation Department and the MDC. The tournament featured 800 participants from 29 men’s teams and 7 women’s team from Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Arizona, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont returned this year with new entries from Canada and Chicago. Read More…

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Game Highlights: Princeton’s Win Over Yale in 5 Overtimes, Plus Princeton’s New Helmets

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New Haven, CONNECTICUT – Alex Capretta couldn’t remember which overtime it was. Maybe the second. Maybe the third. All he knew is that it all wanted to be on the field and at that one moment a few OTs earlier, he wasn’t. Instead, during a few shifts way back when – who could remember? – it had been Forest Sonnenfeldt in Capretta’s spot. Read More…

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