Each week 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. The Weekly Mashup is presented by the Lindenwood Lions STX Assault Gloves.
Trinity Club Lacrosse Face Funding Cuts: The women’s lacrosse team president and co-captain senior Wendy Hernandez described the process of obtaining funding as multi-staged and complex process.
New Lacrosse Division Added at Easton Sports: This is the first new team sport to be added to the Easton lineup since 1985. The new gear is expected to be in stores later in February.
Urban Exposure: Charlotte lacrosse program reaches inner city. While lacrosse is a staple in the northeast, it’s just beginning to take root in the South.
Bobby Rauch ’14 Brings Lax to Boca’s YAC: Freshman Bobby Rauch knows that many Saint Andrew’s students enjoy playing the game of lacrosse. But unfortunately, he is also aware that not every child in the greater Boca Raton area has the same opportunity to play the game he loves.
Lake Lacrosse Club Looks to Expand: The Lake Lacrosse Club has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 5 years and they are looking to expand the club even more, trying to get young people involved in lacrosse at an early age.
Lacrosse Supporters Help Family after Fire: Brandon, 13, and Bryce, 11, were with older brother, Brian Mattos, 21, a junior at Penn State, and their mother, visiting Cathy’s parents in Jim Thorpe, Pa. That evening, a neighbor called Cathy’s cell phone. Their two-story home in Dingman Township was on fire.
‘Kedoh’ Weaves his Magic: Refreshing Rush rookie from Six Nations reserve has spiritual connection to lacrosse.
Fulton County YMCA to Offer Indoor Lacrosse: The Fulton County YMCA will offer an indoor box lacrosse program for boys and girls ages 12-18 beginning Feb. 3.