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.
The girls from The U are at it again making a music video for Hall & Oates' You Make My Dreams Come True. They made the video on an away trip, which also features highlights from their game at UPenn.
LPG is going to make it a weekly occurrence to bring you the playlists from the top players in the country. This week's playlist is from Georgetown defenseman Chris Nixon. Nixon is literally manhandling his opponents this year and can rip top cheese from 20 yards away. Check what gets him pumped up before every game right now. View Playlist
Each week Lacrosse Playground 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. This week we are featuring Swarthmore's scoring threat Max Hubbard. Hubbard is Jesse Hubbard's brother, who continues the great legacy established by his older brother by ripping nets and rocking Warrior. Check out how Jesse and Max string their wands after the Jump. Keep Reading
The New York Times published a great read about the growth of lacrosse today. The article boasts about low-level college teams making waves in the sport across America. The article even talks about a Navy Vs. Johns Hopkins game forty years ago in Houston that sparked the interest of soon-to-be fans. What isn't mentioned is the impact this growth is having on manufacturers. With the growth of the sport comes added sales. Companies will continue to sell items at a high rate for years to come, and we will also see more new companies pop up on the scene like Maverik for instance. MORE AFTER THE JUMP...
The guys at LAS have just released new shirts that are emblazoned with the most memorable and legendary players from Syracuse, Johns Hopkins, Virginia, and Princeton. The idea for the shirts spawned from popular Hip Hop shirts that display the best rappers like Tupac and Biggie. Let us know what you think in the comment section. More after the jump.