Maverik Lacrosse: Every team has a rival, who is yours?

Long Island City, NYMarch 21, 2011 — Today Maverik Lacrosse is proud to release a video short featuring Maverik Athlete and professional lacrosse player Paul Rabil. “Maybe Next Year” is the latest video from Maverik Films producer Jay Jalbert and is dedicated to the countless hours an athlete spends training in the off season for the next opportunity to face his rival.

We’ve all played in that one game against our biggest rival…the one game we prepare longer for, practice harder for, and where it’s not just a matter of’s personal. Tell us about that one team that motivates you to always BE READY.

Share your team’s Biggest Rivalry on the Maverik Lacrosse Facebook page for your chance to win a Custom Strung Prep Head! Check out “Maybe Next Year” on Maverik’s YouTube channel.

About Maverik Lacrosse
Maverik Lacrosse LLC ( founded in 2005 by John Gagliardi, Team USA Player and All-World Defenseman and Jay Jalbert, All-World Midfielder, is a lacrosse equipment manufacturer whose products are designed and developed by the world’s top lacrosse players for lacrosse players. Team Maverik creates, tests, plays, develops and delivers innovative products that perform and exceed the professional demands of its founders. Maverik’s headquarters are based in Long Island City, NY.

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1 Comment

  1. Letmecthatphong on March 21, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    too bad Maverik heads suck. Broke 3 of them within 6 months and I’m not a FOGO

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