Seibald's First Lacrosse Stick


It’s always interesting to see what sticks lacrosse players started out with. Sports Illustrated has an article about Cornell’s Max Seibald. The article notes that Seibald’s first lacrosse stick was a Viper head (although they called it Viperhead) with a red shaft and and black-and-white nylon.

Check out the whole article, which profiles Seibald and Cornell Lacrosse, here.

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