Weekly Mashup

Posted on January 8, 2010 by

Categories: Economy/Lax Business, Equipment/Gear, Field equipment, Lifestyle, Pop Culture, Uniforms

Each Friday the Weekly Mashup brings you links to some of the articles you may not have seen that involve lacrosse or lacrosse players. Here are some of the news-makers from this week after the jump.

Professional

The National Lacrosse League (NLL) today announced that the entire 2010 season will once again be broadcast live for free on the NLL Network. New features have been added on the league’s 12 team sites allowing viewers to seamlessly interact using Facebook and Twitter while viewing the games. Fans will also be able to broadcast games from their Facebook page or any other website by embedding their team’s channel on the site. Read more…

Orlando Titans To Play First NLL Game, Usher In New Era of Lacrosse. Read more…

“Weekend Warriors, the Men of Professional Lacrosse” Book by New Chapter Press is Available for Lacrosse Fans in North America. Read more…

Buffalo Bandits’ Mark Steenhuis found a love for lacrosse in an unlikely place this fall – when he took his game Down Under for the NLL All-Star Series. Participating in a two-game exhibition this October in Melbourne, Australia, Steenhuis got the opportunity to be a part of the country’s first look at professional indoor lacrosse. Read more…

College

Decade brings depth to college lacrosse. Read more…

Nims Puts Own Twist On ‘UNBELIEVABLE.’ 2009 Sports Performer of Year: Improbable play helps Watertown native win second title. Read more…

Industry

The 2010 US Lacrosse National Convention, presented by Champion, returns to the Baltimore Convention Center, January 15-17, 2010. Top men’s and women’s lacrosse coaches will mingle with lacrosse officials, former lacrosse players, U.S. men’s and women’s national teams players, and lacrosse industry retailers and manufacturers at the largest lacrosse-specific educational and networking opportunity in the world. Read more…

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