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Photos: Costa Rica National Team vs. Princeton University
The Princeton University men’s lacrosse team recently traveled to Costa Rica to play against the Costa Rica National Team. And while we do not have much more information than that at this time, we recently came across a fantastic photo gallery featuring action shots from the game. Check out a few of our favorites below and click the link for even more cool shots.
Wrestler Taz Brings Lacrosse Passion to Radio
The mood is about to change. Former professional wrestler and current Total Nonstop Action wrestling color commentator Taz, also known as "The Human Suplex Machine," is a lacrosse junkie. The two-time FTW and ECW World Heavyweight Champion and WWE World Tag Team Champion hosted a weekly radio show this spring called "Strong Island Lax Chat" on The Lacrosse Radio Network. The real-life Peter Senerchia didn't know much about lacrosse until his son started playing five years ago. Now he can't get enough.
Fulton's Manitta excited to coach lax at Division I Manhattan
The new lacrosse season won’t start until spring, but Steve Manitta is already preparing. After coaching the high school team in Chatham, N.J. from 2001-09, and spending the past three seasons at Mercy College, the Fulton native has been named the new men’s lacrosse head coach for the NCAA Division I Manhattan College Jaspers.
College: The Addition of the Shot Clock
Forty minutes of possession. Twelve stall warnings. This was the case the Maryland Terrapins’ 11-5 win over the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays this past May. The game was one of many examples of a slow paced game that sparked up the shot clock debate in order to speed up the ‘fastest sport on two feet.’
Podcast with Transition Lacrosse Drill From Princeton
Coach Bates offer an awesome interview for lacrosse coaches to assist with lacrosse practice, with new ideas for lacrosse drills for lacrosse players.
Former Syracuse University goalie John Galloway accepts job as defensive coordinator at Providence
The two-time goalie of the year gets the job only one year removed from his college career.
Jovan Miller Blog: Lax Bros
Hard Work and persistence should be what we’re known for, not some crazy shorts or key chains.
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