I'm in Chicago this week for work-type things. I still don't understand the concrete blocks they call "pizza" here.
Allentown Central Catholic 2018 MF Summers commits to Michigan
Allentown Central Catholic High School 2018 midfielder Luke Summers has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Michigan.
Shawnee (NJ) 2018 DEF Funk commits to Penn State
Shawnee High School (NJ) 2018 defenseman Brett Funk has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Penn State University.
A Versatile Threat, Avon Grove (Pa.) Junior Bryce Reid Ends A Long Process By Deciding On The Delaware Blue Hens
With where recruiting is these days, it has to be difficult to be an accomplished junior in a hotbed without a commitment, especially with gobs of club and high school teammates long off the board.
Standouts From the FLG in 3d Fall Shootout at Mt. St. Mary’s
Taking place on the campus of Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmittsburg (Md.) – the last town before hitting Pennsylvania – the FLG in 3d Fall Shootout took place and featured a number of established club teams from all over the country and Canada.
Men's Lacrosse Announces Captains for 2015
Richmond men’s lacrosse announced three captains for the 2015 campaign, the second season in program history. The 2014 Atlantic Sun Champion Spiders will be captained by redshirt junior Alex Hatem (Syracuse, New York), sophomore Brendan Hynes (Mahopac, New York) and junior Tom Monzo (Flourtown, Pennsylvania) next season.
Bulldogs unveil 2015 schedule, captains
To get back to not just the NEC Tournament but to the NCAA tournament for the third time in as many years, the Bulldogs will once again rely on the leadership of four strong captains in seniors Kevin Massa (Huntington, N.Y.), Connor Dent (Havertown, Pa.) and Kevin Maiorano (Easton, Conn.), as well as junior Gunnar Waldt (Freeland, Md.).
Bayport-Blue Point (NY) 2016 ATT Weinman commits to Marist
Bayport-Blue Point High School (NY) 2016 attackman Jake Weinman has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Marist College.
Lacrosse Magazine's Person of the Year - Lyle Thompson
Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, has named the University at Albany senior attackman and Iroquois Nationals All-World Team member Lyle Thompson its 2014 Person of the Year.
Conference Snapshot: Albany Still AE Favorite?
Lacrosse Magazine's 2014 Person of the Year, Lyle Thompson, who was announced as the pick on Monday, still has one year left to play at Albany, which means the America East conference brings back its reigning player of the year and the league will continue to receive national attention.
Oren Lyons: A History of the Iroquois National Team
Of course, we're the foundation of this game.
IL Texas Boys Invitational: Who Stood Out, Action Photos, Interviews
The IL Texas Boys Invitational brought talent to a beautiful multi-million dollar lacrosse-only facility at North Park in Southlake, Texas. The play was defined by big defensemen, athletic two-way players, raw athletes with high upside, and a few shiftier shilled attackmen thrown in.
NLI signings: Bishop Shanahan sending three to D1 colleges
Bishop Shanahan held a signing ceremony for three boys that have signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I lacrosse.
Reaction from Fab 40 All-Stars at Philly Showcase (#NXTPS2014)
Conestoga (PA) 2016 LSM Sam Bouhdery said he never expected to named the MVP (high point scorer) at Saturday’s Philly Showcase.
Your Edge: Protect the Rock with Denver's Wes Berg
In times of trouble, don't panic, says Denver attackman Wesley Berg. Instead, protect yourself — and the ball — then work on moving the play along.
NJ 2017 attackman, Maverik Showtime all-star Nick Casner selects Siena lacrosse
It's a huge get for the Saints.
2017 Talent on Display at Big Four Fall Champions League
The second day of the Big Four HHH Fall Champions League featured eight rosters of players in the 2017 class battling on the turf at the Shipley School, just outside of Philadelphia, Pa.
Probably my favorite Blues Traveler chart.