New England Boys Selected for the 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament

Baltimore, Md. – Corrigan Sports Enterprises and Under Armour®, Inc. (NYSE: UA) announced today the roster of the New England Boys who will represent their region at the 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament. The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Upstate New York, Washington, D.C., and West and consist of players from the graduating classes of 2013-15. Read More…

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Boston Cannons and Muscle Milk® Team Up For the Inaugural Bean Shot Lacrosse Tournament

BOSTON, Mass. – The Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, and Muscle Milk have teamed up to debut a new college lacrosse tradition in New England. Men’s programs from Northeastern, Boston University, the University of New Hampshire and the University of Connecticut will face off in the inaugural Muscle Milk Bean Shot Lacrosse Tournament on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at Harvard Stadium. Read More…

Royal Lacrosse Tryouts in New England

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If you live in Massachusetts and want a fantastic team experience, then you should consider Royal Lacrosse. They are looking to fill a few more spots in the High School, U15 Division, and younger. Tryout registration is well under way. They have seen a huge number of registrants in the High School & U15 Division, but that doesn’t mean there still aren’t spots available. Read More…

Introduction to CroART Lacrosse

CroART Lacrosse is one of the Premier Summer Lacrosse League for the Greater Boston area. From its meager beginnings of 6 teams in 2001, the league has blossomed into 8 competitive divisions with over 50 teams participating.

PrimeTime Lacrosse Elite College Prep Camp

PrimeTime Lacrosse has been slowly growing the sport of lacrosse in New England. We dig what they do because they truly care about the game and continue to host camps, leagues, and clinics. In July, PrimeTime will host an invitation only Elite College Prep Camp. The program is designed with the hope of helping players to use lacrosse as a vehicle to attend a school that they may not otherwise be able to attend, whether that be academically, financially, or otherwise. Read More…

Is the King Dead?

Will traditional stringing cease to exist permanently? The New England Lax Journal delves deep into prose. Lax Journal’s Kyle Devitte poses a widely speculated notion that many have considered for quite some time; that mesh has taken the place of traditional. It is not the subject that captivates you, the reader and lacrosse player, but really the metaphorical style that which he writes about the traditional pocket past and present.

“The King was greatly loved by all his peoples – in his time. He was respected as a visionary far beyond the many teams over which he reigned. Yet, as of late, we thought of him as a novelty. We thought of him when we wanted attention, or appreciation from our peers. We used him selfishly to our own ends. We would like to think we held him in an esteem without ambition, or want of self-confidence, as he assumed the heavy burden of the Jester and was succeeded by his sister whom he loved and to whom he had rendered perfect loyalty, despite her largely synthetic defection.”