2012 US Box Lacrosse Championships

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Los Angeles, California – Over this past weekend, professional Box Lacrosse organizations the Jr Stealth, the Jr Mammoth, Denver Elite and the Cali*Lax ALL-STARS descended upon Los Angeles, California for the first ever USBOXLA Nationals. Read More…

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Off the Field : Paul Rabil



StyleBoston.tv’s Linda Holiday sits with Paul Rabil ‘Off the Field.’ They spoke about his journey with lacrosse, playing division I at John Hopkins and winning two NCAA championships. In this interview, Rabil talks about his charitable endeavors and tosses the ball around with Patriots head coach, Bill Belichick. Keep Reading…

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6 Players to Watch This NLL Season From a Lax Babe’s POV



I am what Connor Martin would call a “lax babe”. I follow lacrosse with the same intensity that preteen chicks reserve for Justin Beiber. Not just for the flow (which I am admittedly a straight sucker for), but also for the love of the game. Last weekend, I checked out the season opener of the Philadelphia Wings, as they hosted the Boston Blazers. Phenomenal game on both sides, especially for a season opener. Based on other openers last weekend, here is a list of players to watch this coming season for the NLL…

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Washington Stealth Cup Signing



The NLL champions, Washington Stealth, are back in Seattle celebrating, signing autographs and roasting pig. View More…

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Washington Stealth Celebrate The Finals



Assistant Captain Kyle Sorensen and teammates Jamison Koesterer, Chris O’Dougherty and Kyle Hartzell visited King 5 TV to celebrate making it to the NLL finals. The Stealth players also explain the sport and demonstrate some plays. As Paul Rabil demonstrated in the Semi’s, the Stealth players have a few tricks in their bag. The championship commences at 7:30pm Saturday, May 15 at Comcast Arena in Everett.

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Rabil OT Goal

Rabil OT Goal



In case you missed it Maverik promo player, Paul Rabil, comes running like a Bull out of the gates and delivers an amazing goal eight seconds into sudden death OT to beat Edmonton. The OT goal advances the Washington Stealth to the Championship game against the Toronto Rock next Saturday. View the clip starting from the 1:35 mark.

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