Creating the ideal environment for worlds best lacrosse players
A trip with sticks through Glacier National Park
Do you know Colin & Samir? You ought to
One of the only Hall of Famers that never played in a single game
Brendan Looney lived a life that continues to inspire the lacrosse community and country.
Mike lays out his top ten places to play the sport that he loves.
Most brands wouldn’t think its a good idea to write a feature story on an athlete that’s the face of a competing company, but to be honest I don’t care — Kyle Harrison is important. Most Syracuse guys would cringe at the idea of writing a story about a Blue Jay — again, I don’t care — Kyle Harrison is cool. There are few people in the lacrosse world that I respect as much as #18 and let me tell you…
Three weeks ago I decided to take a rare break, steep some tea and watch a documentary film that a close friend of mine suggested. I’ve noticed that because of my wide range of interests and appreciation for all forms of creation, my friends and family are constantly sending me recommendations and inspiration. I love it — it makes my walk to the mailbox an anticipated activity. This particular documentary “Finding Vivian Maier” told the story of a mysterious street…
Five ways to improve your mental approach to lacrosse, play better and win more games
Reflecting on a 100 year tradition that has developed in to a very special brand of Lacrosse in Upstate New York.
What happens when a completely unexpected event shows up and rattles your walls? Brian and Ricky proved that you just dig deeper, try harder and get stronger.
He’s got an impressive lacrosse background and his music is on heavy rotation at the Powell office. What’s not to like?
You don’t have to hate your opponent to want to beat them. This is an awesome lesson for all athletes and people in general to get behind.
Last week I decided to take a deep dive into a topic that I’ve been interested in for years. As the name of our online journal suggests, we are exploring the field in an effort to uncover the untold stories of lacrosse and shine light on the important people inside our community. I’m honored to have the opportunity to write about lacrosse and peel back the layers of this beautiful game.
At 5:30pm in Charlottesville, VA a face-off will mark the 32nd battle between lacrosse powerhouses Syracuse University and the University of Virginia. The all-time record between the two programs currently has UVA in the lead 16 -15. This year the Syracuse bus rolls south of the Mason Dixon carrying a team with a 3-0 record while UVA is ravenous to get back in the green after a loss last week to High Point. But one thing that history has…
It was an average day in our backyard. Casey and Ryan were going one on one in front of a goal made of out of a series 2” PVC pipes, my sister Gretchen was sitting on the deck talking with her friends and I was digging in the dirt underneath the lone giant pine tree in the corner. The date was May 29, 1988 — I was 6 years old.
Every now and then I get hit with a powerful wave of energy that’s usually triggered by an event or encounter.