The Pacemaker: Ultimate Music Machine

By Lacrosse Playground | November 3, 2009 |
Way back in July we introduced you to DJ Hero. We didn't know if anything could top that in terms of gaming and music, but the experience just got a bit more real. Meet the Pacemaker. The Pacemaker is a new pocket size DJ system that is revolutionizing the music industry and will inevitably be in every locker room soon enough. The Pacemaker is a music player and mixer with all the features you need to deejay anywhere, anytime. Instead of simply listening to your music, you can now completely interact with it and the possibilities are limitless. >> Read More

What if Louis Vuitton Made a Lacrosse Stick?

By Lacrosse Playground | November 2, 2009 |
What if Louis Vuitton Made a Lacrosse Stick? Check out the dye job that answers that question.>>Read More


Max McCool: Simple Polka Dot Fade Dye Job

By Lacrosse Playground | October 30, 2009 |
Today Max McCool offers up a simple dye job that involves a two-color fade and polka dots.

Jonathan Meyers Exclusive

By Lacrosse Playground | October 29, 2009 |
Sophomore defenseman from Princeton, Jonathan Meyers, has been dishing checks since youth league. Few know that he is equally if not more impressive mixing beats. He has become a cult icon in some circles. Today, Jonathan provided us with an exclusive song mashing Biggie Smalls with Passion Pit (Brown Alums). Enjoy after the jump...

NLL All-Star Series Highlights

By Lacrosse Playground | October 28, 2009 |
Back in August we filled you in on the jersey mock ups for the NLL All-Star Series and now you get to view the finished product in motion. Today we have the highlights from the two games that transpired this past weekend at Hisense Arena in Melbourne, Australia. The first pro lacrosse games that have taken place outside of North America were anything but boring. The West put up a good fight but the East prevailed in both matchups, 24-16 in the first and 20-19 in the second game. >> View Highlights

It's The Impact You Make

By Lacrosse Playground | October 28, 2009 |
Founded by two brothers, Warner and Cole Jenkins, Shock-it Sports is dedicated to make life easier on the player with the Shock Pocket. The Shock Pocket is a pocket pounder that will shorten the length of time to break in and mold your pocket. The product features a stem attached to a ball on one side and a handle to grip on the other. You can also customize the Shock Pocket to practically any color combination you want. Read more after the jump to hear from the Shock Pocket creators themselves. >>Read More

Stringing a Goalie Head with Towson Keeper Rob Wheeler

By Lacrosse Playground | October 27, 2009 |
At Lacrosse Playground we believe it’s important to learn from those at the top of their game. We talked to Towson keeper Rob Wheeler about his goalie pocket and how he strings his stick. >>READ MORE


Weekly Mashup

By Lacrosse Playground | October 23, 2009 |
Remember, for all the up-to-the-minute updates, follow Lacrosse Playground on Twitter, become a fan on our Facebook Page or subscribe to our channel on You Tube for all the latest videos if you’re not already. Also, if you like contest prizes and giveaways join our social network, My Lacrosse Playground! It’s easy…log in, make a profile and talk lax with your closest friends. Here are some links to informative articles that you may have missed this week. Taking Strides Against Breast Cancer Maine South Joins Lacrosse Revolution Kyle Harrison's Top 5 Air Jordans of All Time New College Team on the Scene Shooting Drills with Lorne Smith US Lacrosse Donates to 45 Programs

LXM PRO: Win a Bar Tab for your School

By Lacrosse Playground | October 23, 2009 |
The LXM PRO event is giving students an opportunity to win an open bar tab at their school. >>READ MORE


Akon To Perform At LXM Pro Tour

By Lacrosse Playground | October 21, 2009 |
One of the most highly anticipated lacrosse events of the offseason, the LXM Pro Tour, just announced that Akon will be performing. >>Read More

Silverfin Likes To Keep It Simple

By Lacrosse Playground | October 21, 2009 |
Founded by Patrick Smith and Brad Conners and located in Southern California, Silverfin, which focuses on lacrosse training and equipment, has been going strong for four years. Patrick played both club and varsity at Navy ('94-'98) and was stationed overseas upon graduation. Upon returning from Spain he noticed that lacrosse equipment had changed a bit. The titanium shafts especially. The shafts not only got thicker but also heavier. He envisioned making titanium shafts light again like they were in his playing days. >>Read More
Silverfin president, Patrick Smith, was able to give us a better look in to where the influences and origins of the company come from and why he feels Silverfin titanium is so unique.

Nixon Newton Digital Watch

By Lacrosse Playground | October 21, 2009 |
You can't get more slick than the latest watch from Nixon, the Newton Digital. >>Read More