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Grip ‘N Rip: Charlotte Hounds Billy Bitter

Lacrosse Playground, every once in awhile, features a different lacrosse athlete as part of our “Grip ‘N Rip” series, where we’ll find out what the best use to fine tune their game. Today we feature Charlotte Hound and former UNC All-American, Billy Bitter. The Maverik Athlete plays with a Spider head, but how it’s strung may surprise you. Read More…


Lacrosse Playground, every once in awhile, features a different lacrosse player as part of our “Grip ‘N Rip” series, where we’ll find out what the best use to fine tune their game. Today we feature Charlotte Hound and former UNC All-American, Billy Bitter. The Maverik Athlete plays with a Spider head, but how it’s strung may surprise you. View the video below.

Learn how to string from Billy Bitter, himself, at a Bitter Lacrosse camp this Summer. Click here for more information.

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[…] Goal Makes #SportsCenterTop10In the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s game between Duke and UNC, UNC’s Jimmy Bitter took a beating in the “off limits” zone. The slash is crippling to every man, woman […]

Mburns16117
Mburns16117
9 years ago

are you kidding me? might as well just glue the ball to the mesh… respect lost

johnmagz13
johnmagz13
9 years ago
Reply to  Mburns16117

if the ball comes out then who cares.. who have to be a d-pole.. 

johnmagz13
johnmagz13
9 years ago
Reply to  Mburns16117

if the ball comes out then who cares.. who have to be a d-pole.. 

Esizzle190
Esizzle190
9 years ago

looks completely legal

Esizzle190
Esizzle190
9 years ago

looks completely legal

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