Status Flow has released their Fall line for 2009. Recognized for its distinctive Mid-Atlantic style, the collection epitomizes both the ambitious East Coast culture and the carefree lacrosse lifestyle. More pictures after the jump.
If you haven’t heard of Lax Timer yet you may hear a lot about it in the upcoming season. Lax Timer, developed by a father/son duo, is a Windows based program to time a lacrosse game, control the main game time, and up to 6 penalty timers with one button. Lax Timer will virtually leave the game management from the scorer’s table flawless as well as reduce the room for human error. In other words: game management just got simpler. Check out the interview after the jump.
BALTIMORE — US Lacrosse has selected Warrior Lacrosse as the official equipment and apparel supplier to the U.S. men's national teams program. This is a six-year agreement between the two organizations to work together on a number of initiatives to promote Team USA and the sport of lacrosse. The Warrior sponsorship covers both the 2010 and 2014 U.S. men’s senior teams as well as the 2012 U.S. men’s under-19 team.
Back in August, LPG broke the story on an NLL All Star Series in Australia. The teams have just been announced and it looks like it's going to be a nice show. The teams consist of Gary Gait, Mark Steenhuis, Geoff Snider, John Grant Jr and Brodie Merrill to name a few. Meet the players after the jump.
MLL Pro and former Hofstra standout, Brett Moyer, spills the details on his custom cleats for the upcoming Hawaii tournament.
You may have heard rumblings about a new movie in the works called 'Transition'. Based on the true story of the younger brother of Anthony Bradford (writer/producer), the film follows a high school star who battles cancer to regain a spot on his varsity team. The soundtrack features Mikey Powell, who contributed a collection of his songs for the film. “This isn’t just a lacrosse film, but the film also has the purpose to raise awareness of Pediatric Cancer,” says Bradford.
Lacrosse Playground recently interviewed Stefan Craine, the creator and founder, of the B-Lax Blast. The Blast is essentially a "regulation lacrosse ball attached to a cord that attaches to any stick." Once the Blast is latched on to the head you toss the ball and the ball retracts back to your pocket. Check out the video and more info from the B-Lax creator himself on why he felt it was necessary to develop this product.
In August, LPG introduced you to Zebra Apparel. Zebra recently disclosed some new styles on their site. With their signature zebra head on the side, the new colorways are sure to impress. The super soft sanded microfiber shorts follow in typical Zebra fashion: animated and tranquil. Check out the new shorts after the jump.
The Syracuse lacrosse team was honored this past weekend receiving their championship rings after a great run last spring. Winning championships is nothing new to the Orange; however, LPG noticed something different about the configuration of the rings from years past. LPG also gets an in depth analysis from former Orangeman John Wright('04) about the special meaning behind each ring.
The retailer, Stickhead Lacrosse, will soon introduce their specially designed shafts by 1Lacrosse. 1Lacrosse has been crushing the customized shaft game for well over a year now. Their first big splash was this past summer's Under Armour All-America games at Towson University. More after the jump.