via US Lacrosse press release - photo by John Strohsacker
SPARKS, Md. — Women’s game rules representatives from the NCAA, NFHS and US Lacrosse have collaborated with industry representatives to simplify the stick stringing specifications for women’s collegiate, high school and girls’ youth play for the 2018 season.
The changes were made to address growing concerns around stick stringing in the women’s game. US Lacrosse and the NCAA receive multiple inquiries from coaches, officials, players, and parents at all level of the games requesting help with measurements and clarifications of legality.
Both manufacturers and officials reference the technical specifications for stick stringing in the Youth, NFHS/USL and NCAA rulebooks in order to ensure that players are
A picture is worth a thousand words . . .
We've all heard that cliche . . . probably a thousand times each.
The lacrosse community has started to respond in a big way to the plight of one of our own.
It's not time to sit back now. If you can, and haven't yet, please remember this cause.
We still need gift cards for the following stores: Winn Dixie, Citgo, CVS, Family Dollar and WalMart. Immokalee is a small community and these are the only stores nearby, so please stick with this list. The agriculture economy many of the families in Immokalee make their living from is not likely to produce any sort of crops for at least the next three months. This is no longer a short term problem to solve, we need to help for the next three months to keep the community afloat as
This will be my last article for now as we wait for Irma to hit this weekend.
All of us at FLN hope to be back with you as soon as possible, which will likely coincide with when I am back with electricity.
I told my son that this weekend might well be the one he tells his grandchildren about and it likely will be.
I wish all my fellow Floridians and those in the states that Irma will likely also affect the best of health coming out of this. People can rebuild property and possessions but family needs protecting.
Good luck and God bless.
via Centenary College web site
SHREVEPORT, La. - The Centenary athletic department and Director of Athletics and Recreation Dr. Bob Bunnell are pleased to announce the addition of men’s lacrosse and new head coach, Casey McDonald.
Also announced on Thursday, August 31, Dr. Bunnell announced Tom Jackson will become the new Gents and Ladies tennis coach as well as the removal of the interim tag from Gents soccer head coach Kyle Symczak.
“After two seasons, I am excited to announce that we are re-introducing men’s lacrosse here at Centenary,” said Bunnell. “We have already hit the ground running with the hire of Casey McDonald as head coach. He has invaluable ties to not only Louisiana lacrosse, but the Shreveport lacrosse community as well. Coupled wi
via Bloomberg.com, authored by Scott Soshnick - photo from Justin Chin of Bloomberg
Author's Note: Came across this today and found it interesting enough to post an excerpt and a link to. Joe Tsai, Vice Chairman of Alibaba, the Amazon of China, played lacrosse at Yale and participated in an IL forum earlier this year at Final Four weekend. Just another sign of the rapid growth at all levels and all geographical regions around the country!
Alibaba Executive Vice Chairman Joe Tsai has bought the National Lacrosse League’s expansion team in San Diego, bringing another billionaire owner to a league with plans to add franchises and expand its digital footprint.
Tsai, who has a net worth of $11.4 billion, paid about $5 million for the yet-to-be-n
Author's Note: This interview appeared on Monday on InsideLacrosse.com, as an interview by IL Publisher Terry Foy. I found it fascinating reading about how another Power Conference Commissioner spoke so favorably for the long term prospects for the sport in their conference. Interestingly enough, the issue of Title IX was considered secondary to endowing the sport financially at the member schools. That is a step in the right direction. Another point is that the Commissioner himself has two kids playing lacrosse right now . . .
Congrats to Terry Foy for an excellent interview. The photo is from the Pac 12 and IL.Com.
On July 21, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott spoke to IL’s Terry Foy about Utah’s addition of men’s lacrosse for the September issue co