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One Love Dye Job


I recently got the opportunity to take on a project that I had wanted to do for a while.  A teammate of Yeardley Love’s asked me to dye a head using the colors and symbols of the One Love Foundation, and I was more than happy to do it.  I tried out a new way […]

Posted in: Dyeing, Equipment/Gear

One Love Foundation Fundraiser is Tonight in DC

May 16, 2010; Charlottesville, VA, USA; Players on the Virginia Cavaliers women's lacrosse team hold up signs with the number "1" in memory of Yeardley Love after the first round of the NCAA women's lacrosse tournament game against the Towson Tigers at Klšckner Stadium. Virginia defeated Towson 14-12. Mandatory Credit: Rafael Suanes-US PRESSWIRE

The Baltimore Marathon is right around the corner and we’ve put together a good group of runners to represent Lacrosse Playground this year. Yet, we didn’t want to just put on a good show by winning it all this year. No, we wanted to race with a purpose. This year, we are running to raise money for the One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Love. Read More…

George Huguely Sentenced To 23 Years


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A former University of Virginia lacrosse player has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for the alcohol-fueled beating death of his ex-girlfriend. George W. Huguely V was sentenced Thursday in Charlottesville for the slaying of Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old suburban Baltimore woman who was found face down in her blood-soaked pillow on May 3, 2010. Read More…

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Maryland’s Joe Cummings & Virginia Tech’s Ryan Rotanz Honored With 2012 Yeardley Love Unsung Hero Award

Maryland Terps v Georgetown Hoyas

Baltimore, Md. – The One Love Foundation, the nonprofit organization created in 2010 to honor the memory of Yeardley Reynolds Love (YRL), today announced University of Maryland lacrosse player, Joe Cummings and Virginia Tech University lacrosse player Ryan Rotanz have been selected as the 2012 “YRL Unsung Hero Award” recipients. Read More…

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EyeBlack to Produce Official Products for Yeardley Love, One Love Foundation

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Rockville, Md. – EyeBlack, the company that started a sports revolution by combining logos, phrases and bible verses with EyeBlack, announced today that they have reached a three-year agreement with the One Love Foundation to serve as an official manufacturer of products bearing the organization’s logo and brand. The One Love Foundation was created in 2010 in honor of former University of Virginia women’s lacrosse player, Yeardley Love. Read More…

One Love Vineyard Vines Tie and Cummerbund Set


Depending on whom and where you may be spending New Year’s Eve, odds are you will be dressed well. Of course you can always class it up even more with this tie and cummerbund set from Vineyard Vines. This isn’t just nice because it’s 100% imported printed silk, but because 100% of the proceeds from this item will benefit the One Love Foundation. Puts a new spin on “look good, feel good” don’t you think?

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Yeardley Love Dye Job

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A little while ago I was contacted by an old high school teammate of mine, Danny Glading, to dye up some 1Love themed heads for him, Ken Clausen, and Brian Carroll so they can show there love and support for the foundation. He asked to have them in their current team colors: Bayhawks and Outlaws. Read More…

Posted in: Dyeing, Equipment/Gear

Men’s Vineyard Vines One Love Tie

Show your support for the One Love Foundation in honor of Yeardley Reynolds Love with the Vineyard Vines One Love Tie. The tie features 1, the number she wore as a lacrosse player at both Notre Dame Preparatory School in Towson, MD, and the University of Virginia. 100% proceeds from items sold though Sports Her Way will benefit the One Love Foundation. Keep Reading…

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UVA Retires Yeardley Love's Lacrosse Jersey

Prior to Sunday afternoon’s Virginia-Penn State women’s lacrosse game, the No. 1 jersey of Love was retired.

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Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Team Retiring Yeardley Love’s Number

CHARLOTTESVILLE — The Virginia women’s lacrosse program will remember and honor Yeardley Love in a ceremony prior to the Cavaliers’ game with Penn State at Klöckner Stadium on Sunday, March 6. During the ceremony, the number one worn by Love as a Cavalier will be permanently retired in honor and remembrance of her life, commitment and dedication to the women’s lacrosse program and to the University. Keep Reading…