Good morning laxers and lax lovers. Hope you’re ‘snowed in’ and enjoying some muesli and a cappuccino. For this post, let’s get a bit intricate. I want to talk about the difference between interlocking and floating sidewalls.
From my experiences coaching, playing, and working in the lacrosse industry, I feel there is not enough emphasis on a player and how he understands his playing instrument. Sometimes it is the wand, not the wizard. Keep Reading…
When we did a Grip ‘N Rip on Max Feely back in February we knew he was a special player, but had no idea he’d end up scoring the game winning goal this past weekend to keep Cornell alive in the NCAA tourney.
His goal in the third overtime was monumental and it has propelled the Big Red to meet Army next round. Check out the post-game press conference with Feely below at the :55 mark and his past Grip ‘N Rip with great pictures of his stick.
Each week Lacrosse Playground will be featuring a different lacrosse athlete as part of our “Grip ‘N Rip” series, where we’ll find out what the best use to fine tune their game. This week we are featuring Cornell’s Max Feely. This stud was extremely underrated going into college, but soon got on everyone’s radar after Cornell’s championship run in ’09.