CANTON, MA – Reebok introduced the 10K Lacrosse System, a revolutionary new lacrosse handle and head featuring Reebok’s O Technology Speed Ports. The 10K System is comprised of the 10K 5.0.5 Head and the 10K O-Tech Handle. The Speed Ports in the head and handle are strategically placed to create the ultimate aerodynamic lacrosse stick. At retail locations now, the 10K is one of the most sought after new products on the market.>>READ MORE
Slated for release in early December, the XLarge Reebok Pump Omni Lite, looks to impress shoe connoisseurs. This shoe is one of the few hand picked collaborations that will be showcased this weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the inception of the Reebok Pump.>>READ MORE
SAINT PAUL, MN – The National Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Minnesota Swarm have announced that the team has signed 2009 first round draft pick Zack Greer to a three-year contract. Greer, a 6-2 190 lbs. forward from Bryant University, was the third overall selection in the 2009 NLL Entry Draft. He finished his collegiate playing career as the all-time leading point (353p) and goal scorer (248g) in NCAA Division I history.
Reebok has launched a new Web site for its lacrosse gear, which includes information on the O-Tech technology, video that includes Matt Alrich and Brodie Merrill, events, and, of course, product information. You can visit the Reebok lacrosse site at: http://www.reebok.com/US/#/sport/lacrosse.
CANTON, MA (September 2, 2009) – Reebok is proud to announce the addition of Zack Greer to their growing lacrosse roster. The 3rd overall pick in the 2009 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Draft by the Long Island Lizards, Greer is one of the most explosive players and gifted goal scorers in the world. He is projected by many to be the #1 pick in the 2009 National Lacrosse League (NLL) Draft on September 9th. He joins Reebok’s already stellar line-up of professional lacrosse players including Brodie Merrill, Matt Alrich, Mark Steenhuis and Dan Dawson.
It’s no secret that defensive middies have been an integral part of the game. UVA’s Chris Rotelli and Billy Glading catapulted the reemergence of two-way middies just a few years ago which inevitably garnered attention to D-Middies. Coaches and spectators alike started to take notice. Fans started to not only cheer for the Kyle Harrison’s of the world, but instead they found themselves rooting for the Benson Erwin’s. The vital role D-Middies play in the MLL and at any level for that matter is irreplaceable.