US Lacrosse Opens LaxCon Registration
September 9, 2015
Lacrosse's largest educational event set for Baltimore Jan. 22-24. Registration begins at $90 for US Lacrosse members and $150 for non-members. Fan Fest tickets start at $10.[read more]
US Lacrosse Convention to Philly Friday
January 8, 2014
Joe Spallina, head coach of the New York Lizards and Stony Brook University women's team, will speak at the US Lacrosse National Convention this weekend, which is expected to bring about 7,000 to Philadelphia.[read more]
US Lacrosse, Wings Team for Jan. 12 Game
December 30, 2013
The Philadelphia Wings will provide discounted tickets to their Jan. 12 home opener for attendees of the US Lacrosse Convention and pay tribute to a US Lacrosse First Stick Program team.[read more]
Lizards Hand Hounds First Loss of SeasonThere's a logjam at the top of the Major League Lacrosse Standings with five teams now at 3-1. New York's Rob Pannell scored eight goals to lead the Lizards past Charlotte in a 21-18 shootout, giving the Hounds their first loss of the season.
Photos: Gettysburg at Salisbury (NCAA Men)Carson Kalama scored five goals as Salisbury knocked off Gettysburg 14-6 on Sunday night to advance to the NCAA Division III championship game. The Gulls have won 10 national championships, most recently in 2012, and will meet Tufts in the title game. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.
Nike/LM HS Boys' National Top 25, Regional Top 10sIt's May Madness in the Mid-Atlantic. Bullis (Md.) won its first-ever IAC tournament title, McDonogh (Md.) ended a decade-plus MIAA championship drought and St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) made a top-10 splash.
Nike/LM HS Girls' National Top 25, Regional Top 10sWith a mostly stable National Top 25, we turn our attention to the West, where two California teams wrapped up perfect seasons and Colorado Academy (Colo.) stayed unbeaten after a thrilling CHSAA semifinal finish.
Buffalo and Saskatchewan Headed to NLL FinalBuffalo and Saskatchewan swept their respective divisional finals and will meet in a best-of-three game series for the National Lacrosse League Champions Cup. Game one will be May 28 in Buffalo.