Maverik Lacrosse Signs Chris Bocklet

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New York, July 19, 2012 – Today Maverik Lacrosse added University of Virginia lacrosse great and Denver attackman Chris Bocklet to its elite roster of lacrosse representatives. While residing in Colorado, Bocklet will play an integral role in representing Maverik Lacrosse at tournaments, camps and clinics in the West. Earlier this month, Bocklet’s X10 Mountain Adventure Camp in Granby, Colorado attracted players from across the state including Boulder, Littleton, Parker, Steamboat and Fort Collins. Follow Maverik Lacrosse and Chris on Facebook and Twitter for the latest gear, news and updates on where Maverik’s Athletes will be next. Read More…

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Chris Sanderson, Lacrosse Great Dies from Brain Cancer

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Philly – With great sadness, the Philadelphia Wings announced that former Wings coach and player Chris Sanderson passed away today at age 38. Sanderson, who played two seasons for the Wings and served as an assistant coach from 2005 to 2011, passed away after a three-and-a-half year battle with brain cancer. He leaves behind his wife Brogann and daughters Stevie and Clementine. Read More…

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Israel Lacrosse Announces Bonnie Rosen and Peter Friedensohn as Associate Head Coaches

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — Israel Lacrosse has announced Bonnie Rosen and Peter Friedensohn as Associate Head Coaches for the women’s national team that will compete in the 2012 European Lacrosse Festival in Amsterdam this June. Both Rosen and Friedensohn will also serve in leadership roles with Israel Lacrosse to plan and prepare teams for championship play at the 2013 FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in Oshawa, Canada, and the 2015 FIL U-19 Women’s World Championship in Edinburgh, Scotland. Read More…

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Part 3: Stylin’ Strings Virginia Lacrosse Customs

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This Stylin’ Strings Lax Customs issue is Part 3 of our UVA stick series. This round of heads was completed right before this season kicked off. We know how the season has ended now but we still wanted to show these 10 new sticks that includes two goalie heads. Read More…

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Game Photos: Notre Dame Lacrosse Earns Semi-Final Berth by Beating Virginia, 12-10

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CHESTER, Pa. – For the third time in program history the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team will be playing on Championship Weekend. No. 4 Notre Dame topped No. 5 and defending national champion Virginia 12-10 on Sunday afternoon in the NCAA quarterfinals at PPL Park. Read More…

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Michigan Lacrosse Looks Forward to Building a ‘Legacy’

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There are very few videos that you watch in life, which create an immediate and lasting impression. Legacy is one of them. Legacy embodies everything an athlete and fan loves about sports. It evokes emotions, questions faith, builds camaraderie, and so much more. As a fan, I watched this video knowing that I witnessed Michigan’s first year, Team One. Thusly, Michigan Lacrosse’ first Division 1 team didn’t have an easy journey. Read More…

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Two-Part Documentary About Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Debuts May 8 on ESPNU

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – This May, Jalbert Productions and Little Brother of War Entertainment is bringing fans an all-access look into the Virginia men’s lacrosse program in two different 30-minute episodes. “There And Back,” built in the documentary mold of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” debuts on Tuesday, May 8 on ESPNU at 6:30 p.m. The second and final 30-minute episode will be televised May 9 on ESPNU in the same 6:30 p.m. time slot. Read More…

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Stanwick Nets 6 Goals, Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Beats Penn, 10-8

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DENVER – Steele Stanwick scored a career-high six goals and finished with seven points to lead the No. 6 Virginia Cavaliers (11-3) to a 10-8 victory over the Penn Quakers (3-10), Friday evening at the Whitman’s Sampler Mile High Classic, inside Sports Authority Field and Mile High. With the seven points, Stanwick now moves up to No. 22 all-time in NCAA Division I career points with 260. Virginia is now 7-0 all-time in Inside Lacrosse events. Read More…

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Are the Cavs Big Enough? Size is Determining Factor for Virginia in ACC Tournament

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Many are confused as to why the Virginia Cavaliers, while able to win national championships and stomp out seemingly anyone in their path, are unable to win against Duke. How does a team that loses 12 of 13 matchups to an ACC rival manage to win 2 national championships during that time, while the other only wins one? Read More…

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Takeaways from Rivalry Weekend

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As Quint Kessenich said on Twitter Sunday, “Sometimes teams are coached to win games in March, but that ultimately costs them games in April.” The question is, who are those teams? If we weren’t sure headed into this weekend, we at least have an idea now. Duke dominates Virginia, Maryland shuts down Hopkins, the Tar Heel offense continues to gel and improve, and Loyola sits atop the national polls after a gritty win against growing power Denver. Read More…

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