The Navy SEALs Want Lacrosse Athletes and Then Some

July 6, 2012; Boston, MA, USA; A member of the Navy Seal Leap Frog's gets ready to land at Fenway Park prior to a game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-US PRESSWIRE


The United States Navy’s Sea, Air, and Land Teams are comprised of athletes who are a part of the special operations force, Naval Special Warfare Command, and SOCOM. In other words, they are badass mofos who can squash your head with their pinky. Yet, it seems like they have a shortage of recruits, so they want more lacrosse players to inquire within. The following video features a number of SEALs who were college lacrosse players. Other videos feature wrestlers, swimmers, and even motocross athletes. Read More…

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Brown’s Fall Lacrosse Conditioning Ends with the US Marines Challenge (Video)

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Coach Lars Tiffany has made it clear his team is going to do everything possible to make a statement in the upcoming 2012 season. He’s reached out to Navy SEALS and now the US Marines. Earlier this Fall, the team completed The Navy SEAL Fitness Challenge. On Friday, the Brown Men’s Lacrosse team finished their Fall conditioning with the help of the Marines. Each challenge was rewarding because the workouts were primarily teambuilding exercises. Read More…

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Silent Warriors: Lacrosse Players More Likely To Succeed as Navy Seals



This morning the Today Show aired a special look into recruiting methods for Navy Seals. Recruits with backgrounds in nontraditional sports like lacrosse, rugby and water polo are not only more likely to become a seal, but also excel at a very high level. According to Captain Adam Curtis, “People who play those sports have a real training hardness factor.” Listen in for the remarks on lacrosse players at the 1:30 mark.

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