The Fall Lacrosse Recruiting Showcase Guide

By Lacrosse Playground | October 12, 2010 |
The recruiting circuit has expanded from a showcase and a few tournaments to multiple events every weekend from October to the beginning of December. As more players focus on lacrosse throughout the year and try to take advantage of more opportunities to play in front of college coaches these recruiting events have become more important in the recruiting cycle. For most coaches, the fall is a great time to get follow up evaluations of players that they may have only had limited opportunity to see them play over the summer. Keep Reading...

Video: Why Roanoke Lacrosse?

By Lacrosse Playground | October 11, 2010 |
Roanoke College has put a nice promotional video together. It promotes the lacrosse program in a very positive manner and is definitely making strides to get their program back in the spotlight.

Video: Virginia vs Princeton Fall-Ball Lacrosse Scrimmage

By Lacrosse Playground | October 11, 2010 |
iLacrosse got video from the Play for Parkinson's fall-ball event from this past weekend. We will be posting more videos and pics throughout the week.

Reminder: Play for Parkinsons Lacrosse Series

By Lacrosse Playground | October 8, 2010 |
(Washington, DC) We are excited to announce the first annual Play for Parkinson’s fall lacrosse tournament featuring the University of Virginia, Georgetown, Princeton, and Army. The event will be held on October 9, 2010 at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, VA, and will benefit the ProjectSpark Foundation. Keep Reading...

Notre Dame Lacrosse, Agility Drills

By Lacrosse Playground | September 27, 2010 |
Back in my day we used to chase chickens to get in shape. Don't worry if you get a little dizzy. You're not the only one.

2013 Final Four to Philadelphia, 2014 championships to Baltimore

By Lacrosse Playground | September 21, 2010 |
The NCAA announced Tuesday that Philadelphia will host the 2013 Division I, II and III men’s lacrosse championships and Baltimore will host the championships the following year. The championships will be played in Baltimore on Memorial Day (May 24-26, 2014) for the sixth time since 2003. The 2011 championships will be held at M&T Bank Stadium before the they move to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., in 2012 and Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in 2013. Keep Reading...

Friends of Jaclyn + Ohio State Buckeyes

By Lacrosse Playground | September 8, 2010 |
The Ohio State University Men's Lacrosse team has added a new face to its program, JJ. JJ has been adopted by the program through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. FOJ has completed more than 230 adoptions in more than 20 different sports. More than 1,000 teams (major colleges, small colleges and high schools) are waiting to be matched with a child seeking additional love, support and friendship. Keep Reading...

The Best of College Lacrosse 2010

By Lacrosse Playground | June 23, 2010 |
Here is one of the last remnants of the 2010 season you will see. It features the best goals, hits, and saves from the fastest game on two feet. MORE...

Lacrosse Leads Men's College Athletics in Graduation Rates

By Lacrosse Playground | May 14, 2010 |
Forestdale, Mass. --- As the NCAA lacrosse championships begin this weekend, there also is much to celebrate in the classroom. Men’s lacrosse had the highest NCAA Graduation Success Rate of all men’s sports. Graduation rates are based on the six-year proportion of those student-athletes who graduated versus those who entered an institution on institutional aid. Keep Reading...

Jovan Miller, Overcoming Obstacles

By Lacrosse Playground | May 5, 2010 |
This is my 2nd blog for Lacrosse Playground and once again just wanted to say thank you guys for the opportunity. I wanted to give a serious perspective on some things that are going on in my life that can probably help someone else. READ MORE...

Introducing Jovan Miller

By Lacrosse Playground | April 23, 2010 |
Jovan Miller from Syracuse University has become a blogger for LPG. In this blog Jovan talks about everything that comes with being a lacrosse player and a student at one of the most renown programs in history. Find out what it takes in his own words. KEEP READING...

Steele Stanwick's Whip

By Lacrosse Playground | April 21, 2010 |
It is a well-known belief that UNC's Billy Bitter and the entire Stanwick family get their wands strung by their dads. Now there is proof. Inside Lacrosse asked Steele during the Big City Classic about his stick and he gave a great explanation behind its purpose. He discusses his shooting strings, the ball placement, the shaft, and MORE.