Expect some of the most intense lacrosse yet as these are some of the games we can’t wait to watch this week.
It is fast, free flowing, relentless, nonchalant, physical lacrosse that pushes creative boundaries and is played for more than just running around or wins and losses.
It is now or never for many teams in the country as the races for conference playoff spots are getting down to the wire with only a few more weekends of the regular season left.
Here are the games we cannot wait to watch this week.
Most lacrosse fans are missing out on some of the most exciting games of the year as they only watch or follow the big name teams playing conference games in the ACC, Big Ten, or Ivy League.
Here are some of the games we at Powell Lacrosse are looking forward to this week.
In some areas of the US and Canada, lacrosse is a way of life. In others, a stray clip on Sportscenter is the extent of many people’s exposure to the sport.
There are no safe games anymore as anybody can beat anybody across the country as conference play has started up.
Before they won national and state championships every great lacrosse player had to go through the gauntlet of testing and drills that all high school players must endure: tryouts.
Having two sticks that you can pick up and play with at any time is potentially a game saver.
Here are some of the most interesting matchups in this week of college lacrosse.
Watching these overtime games is always exciting as a team scores the winning goal and storms the field to celebrate, but I always feel for the other team as well that stands in disbelief as they lose the game.
Here are some of the biggest college lacrosse games being played this week.
Is there any sport other than lacrosse that has had a play banned and then brought back?
Here are some of the games that we’re looking forward to watching this weekend.
When Syracuse and Army meet, it is a clash of differing styles of play, organization, and very different college athletes.
The inaugural Game of the Week features the Syracuse Orange versus the Albany Great Danes.
You have heard of the Winter Olympic Games, but have you ever heard of the Great Upstate Snow Games?
Putting forty something 18 to 22 year olds on a bus with only a handful of coaches, a trainer, and the bus driver to control them almost sounds like a social experiment.
What better way to kick off a new season and an exciting new era of college lacrosse than to have the two newest teams be the first to go to battle.
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