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  • • The Montreal Quebecois: Lacrosse History
    The Montreal Quebecois: Lacrosse History Hello and welcome to another episode of Lacrosse History, I’m Justin Skaggs, the lead stick maker at Skaggs Wood Works and curator of Wood Lacrosse Sticks. Today, I want to introduce our shirt of the month for Lacrosse All Stars based on the Montreal Quebecois. Look for this product to launch in the Red Label […] Lacrosse All Stars - Grow The Game®...2020
  • • Lacrosse History | The Cirillo Collection
    Lacrosse History | The Cirillo Collection Hey, I’m Justin Skaggs from WoodLacrosseSticks.com and I am here to present to you guys the Cirillo Collection. Mr. Cirillo was kind enough to sell his entire wood lacrosse stick collection to a good friend of mine, Jason Perrin, who is the owner of Northern Soul, which is basically the biggest lacrosse store in all […] Lacrosse All Stars - Grow The ...2020
  • • Building Up the Rochester Knighthawks
    Establishing a winning culture within an expansion franchise is a slow and steady process. And while the new Rochester Knighthawks may not win the race to the NLL Cup in their first NLL season, the team’s patient approach of improving game-by-game could still bring their city, one with a rich lacrosse history, a championship in […]...2020
  • • Indigenous Speakers Project: Brenner Billy — Lacrosse History
    Indigenous Speakers Project: Brenner Billy — Lacrosse History Welcome back to the Indigenous Speakers Project. Brenner Billy is our speaker today, a stick maker from Oklahoma. Brenner, formerly associated with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, currently works for East Central University. Let’s kick it over to him so he can tell us about the word, “Ishtaboli.” Indigenous Speakers Project: Brenner — L...2019
  • • History of Box Lacrosse, Part 5: Lacrosse History
    History of Box Lacrosse, Part 5: Lacrosse History Welcome to another LAX History. Today, we’re wrapping up a five-part series on the history of box lacrosse. Last episode, we talked about the inaugural pro version of the game, which was the ILL, the International Lacrosse League. It died in only two seasons, and some US businessmen decided it was a good idea to […] Lacrosse All Stars - Grow ...2019
  • • History of Box Lacrosse, Part 4: Lacrosse History
    History of Box Lacrosse, Part 4: Lacrosse History Welcome, everybody. My name is Justin Skaggs from WoodLacrosseSticks.com and this is the fourth of five in our Box Lacrosse History series. Today, I want to talk to you guys about the very first professional box lacrosse league. The interesting thing is that it actually happened pretty much at the inception of box lacrosse as […] Lacrosse All...2019
  • • The leading career goal scorers in DI men's lacrosse history
    Highlighted by attackers from teams including the Duke, Albany, Syracuse and Denver, here are the top-31 individual career goal leaders since the first NCAA championship tournament in 1971....2019
  • • The leading career goal scorers in DI women's lacrosse history
    With Stony Brook's Courtney Murphy topping the list, here are the 29 current Division I women's lacrosse career goal leaders....2019
  • • Lacrosse History | The Story of Olympic Lacrosse
    Lacrosse History | The Story of Olympic Lacrosse I’m Justin Skaggs from Wood Lacrosse Sticks, and today, we’re going to talk about how lacrosse was kind of in the Olympics. This is Lacrosse History. [This post contains video, click to play] It’s not uncommon to hear people say that lacrosse used to be an Olympic sport. In 1904 and 1908, it did make […] Lacrosse All Stars - Grow The Game®...2019
  • LACROSSE HISTORY: The History of Women’s Lacrosse
    • LACROSSE HISTORY: The History of Women’s Lacrosse
    LACROSSE HISTORY: The History of Women’s Lacrosse [This post contains video, click to play] Women’s lacrosse is not a North American sport. Obviously, the history of the sport stem from the Iroquois game, which did originate in North America, but the native game was not played by women. It wasn’t until the 1860s, when the Montreal Lacrosse Club and the Kahnawake Mohawks […]...2019

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  • • Inside the March 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    Caitlyn Wurzburger has been making her impact on the high school lacrosse game since she was in middle school. She starred for American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), eventually leading to her commitment to Syracuse in 2016 — making her the youngest recruit in girls' lacrosse history. Now committed to North Carolina, Wurzburger is continuing to dominate high school lacrosse while competing for a spot on ...2019
  • • Season of Giving: Dom Starsia on the Phenomenon of Community
    Whenever I am presented with an opportunity to speak with younger lacrosse players, I always talk about the sense of community within our game. It is a very real phenomenon not readily found within the foundation of many other similarly diverse organizations. I truly believe it has to do with the Native American roots of the game and the spirituality that accompanies our participation. There is a ...2018
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    This article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. The kibbutz. Just saying the word brings a smile to Tom Schreiber’s face, his bristly blonde beard widening at the cheeks as he describes the 83-year-old communal settlement the U.S. men’s national team called home for two weeks in Israel. While most ...2018
  • • MLL Players Become Coaches To Stay With 'Beautiful Game, Beautiful League'
    After 13 weeks in the 2018 MLL season, John Grant Jr. has played a big role in the success of the Denver Outlaws. The team is 7-5, in third place in the league, rebounding from a 1-4 start. The team leads the league in goals (200), goals per game (16.7), and shooting percentage (.349).  Grant isn’t helping the team by scoring, however. After a 13-year MLL career, where he retired as the league’s a...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Handicapping the Race for the Heisman of Lacrosse
    How much does postseason performance matter in determining the Tewaaraton Award winner? Do full-time or full-field players have an edge over specialists? What’s more important, gaudy stats or an athlete’s value to his or her team? Are they mutually exclusive? Does class matter? All of these questions will linger for another 24 hours. Then they will be answered. The Tewaaraton Foundation will host ...2017
  • • Air Force's Flight Pattern and Lars Tiffany's Virginia Debut
    Air Force claimed an eye-catching victory in a nonconference trip east, snagging a one-goal victory at Duke. Again. This is starting to be a pattern for the Falcons, whose victory in Durham last March drew attention to a team that ultimately rattled off 15 victories in a row before falling in the NCAA tournament at Notre Dame. This time, Air Force checked a lot of boxes, both statistical (plenty o...2017
  • • Inside the February Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    The calendar has yet to turn to February, and yet the college lacrosse season has arrived. Northwestern hosts Canisius at 1 p.m. in Chicago today to mark the arrival of the 2017 NCAA lacrosse campaign. US Lacrosse members and lacrosse fans everywhere can get up to speed with the release of our NCAA Preview Edition, which includes the Nike/US Lacrosse Preseason Top 20s and Players of the Year and s...2017

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  • • Rabil, Harrison Embrace Opportunity to Team Up Again
    When Paul Rabil and Kyle Harrison first met in 2004, Harrison was three years into his decorated career as a Johns Hopkins midfielder. Ahead was his historic senior season, which ended with the Blue Jays finishing 16-0 and winning the school’s first NCAA championship since 1987. Harrison finished his brilliant run at Homewood by winning the Tewarraton Award as a two-time first-team All-American. H...2018
  • • Season of Giving: Dom Starsia on the Phenomenon of Community
    Whenever I am presented with an opportunity to speak with younger lacrosse players, I always talk about the sense of community within our game. It is a very real phenomenon not readily found within the foundation of many other similarly diverse organizations. I truly believe it has to do with the Native American roots of the game and the spirituality that accompanies our participation. There is a ...2018
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    This article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. The kibbutz. Just saying the word brings a smile to Tom Schreiber’s face, his bristly blonde beard widening at the cheeks as he describes the 83-year-old communal settlement the U.S. men’s national team called home for two weeks in Israel. While most ...2018
  • • Best Game Ever?
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Best Game Ever? An Oral History of the 1998 World Championship
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Doug Knight's Unlikely Path to the Hall of Fame, as Told By Dom Starsia
    I did not realize it was late in my final spring as the head coach at Brown University.  I had gone over to Westminster School outside of Hartford to see one of our recruits, Dennis Fitzgibbons, a post-grad set to attend Brown in the fall.  It was simply a courtesy call, as much as anything. It did not take long, however, to turn my attention unexpectedly to a wildly athletic, undersized, unorthod...2017
  • • With Maryland Title, Legion of Former Terps Finally Exhale
    Brian Dougherty, widely considered the greatest goalie in University of Maryland men’s lacrosse history, has attended every NCAA tournament championship weekend appearance by the Terrapins since he graduated in 1996. Before catching a flight to Boston on the morning of Memorial Day, Dougherty had reunited with scores of Maryland lacrosse alumni at 10 previous final four weekends, only to watch the...2017
  • • Inside the May/June Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    Is this Devon Wills’ last ride? Wills, one of the best goalies and most influential figures in women’s lacrosse history, is preparing for the FIL Women’s World Cup and the ensuing IWGA World Games — the latter marking an important milestone for the sport in its pursuit of Olympic recognition. Our “Chasing Rings” package features Wills, the one-time phenom and future Hall of Famer, in addition to h...2017

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  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    This article appears in the September/October edition of US Lacrosse Magazine. Don’t get the mag? Join US Lacrosse today to start your subscription. The kibbutz. Just saying the word brings a smile to Tom Schreiber’s face, his bristly blonde beard widening at the cheeks as he describes the 83-year-old communal settlement the U.S. men’s national team called home for two weeks in Israel. While most ...2018
  • • Best Game Ever?
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Best Game Ever? An Oral History of the 1998 World Championship
    Twenty years later, the 1998 men’s world championship final between Team USA and Canada remains among the greatest games — and events — in lacrosse history. “A lot of people think it was the greatest game ever played. It depends on what moments you’re watching. I thought it was for about two and a half quarters.”  — Bill Tierney, U.S. coach “I can’t even remember, how far down were they? —  David ...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    In the immediate aftermath of the greatest ending to the best season in Yale men’s lacrosse history, the images involving Bulldogs head coach Andy Shay captured the emotions of and the roots behind Yale’s journey to the pinnacle. The final horn of Yale’s hard-fought 13-11 victory over Duke on Memorial Day set the pictures in motion. Of course, the Bulldogs, NCAA champs for the first time ever, let...2018
  • • With Maryland Title, Legion of Former Terps Finally Exhale
    Brian Dougherty, widely considered the greatest goalie in University of Maryland men’s lacrosse history, has attended every NCAA tournament championship weekend appearance by the Terrapins since he graduated in 1996. Before catching a flight to Boston on the morning of Memorial Day, Dougherty had reunited with scores of Maryland lacrosse alumni at 10 previous final four weekends, only to watch the...2017
  • • Handicapping the Race for the Heisman of Lacrosse
    How much does postseason performance matter in determining the Tewaaraton Award winner? Do full-time or full-field players have an edge over specialists? What’s more important, gaudy stats or an athlete’s value to his or her team? Are they mutually exclusive? Does class matter? All of these questions will linger for another 24 hours. Then they will be answered. The Tewaaraton Foundation will host ...2017

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  • • Caitlyn Wurzburger Has the Wow Factor
    As first glance, the Wurzburger home looks a lot like the others in the tropical town of Delray Beach, Fla. Palm trees stretch beyond the reach of the round tile roof. Red flowers accent the well-manicured gardens. A brick driveway cuts into the landscape, showing you the way to the four-bedroom ranch that resides just two miles west of the Atlantic Ocean. The house stands out not so much for its ...2019
  • • Inside the March 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    2019
  • • Rabil, Harrison Embrace Opportunity to Team Up Again
    2018
  • • Season of Giving: Dom Starsia on the Phenomenon of Community
    2018
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    2018
  • • Best Game Ever?
    2018
  • • Best Game Ever? An Oral History of the 1998 World Championship
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Doug Knight's Unlikely Path to the Hall of Fame, as Told By Dom Starsia
    2017

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  • • Doug Knight's Unlikely Path to the Hall of Fame, as Told By Dom Starsia
    2017
  • • Give and Go: Loyola Coach, Aussie Star Jen Adams
    The greatest player in women's lacrosse history crushes pre-game jitters with virtual candy....2015
  • • Dom Starsia: 'That Was Like Riding a Bike'
    In June of 2001, I went to the inaugural session of the Blue Chip Camp being held at McDonogh (Md.) School to see a single player from a small high school in Central New Jersey.  There were fewer than a hundred players in attendance and only a handful of college coaches who were paying attention. Although Matt Poskay had more than 300 goals going into his senior year, the skeptics outnumbered the ...2017
  • • With Maryland Title, Legion of Former Terps Finally Exhale
    2017
  • • Simons, Kridel, Claydon Share Women’s Lacrosse History
    On the eve of the FIL U19 Women’s World Championship, U.S. under-19 coaches reconnected with Jane Claydon, president of Lacrosse Scotland, remembering the history of women's lacrosse....2015
  • • Handicapping the Race for the Heisman of Lacrosse
    2017
  • • Inside the February Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    2017
  • • Millon, Uhlfelder, Watson and Wakefield Earn HOF Spots
    The class of Erin Brown Millon, Michele Uhlfelder, Carole Wakefield and Margery Watson represents nearly 60 years of women’s lacrosse history....2014
  • • Starsia: My Greatest Gift
    Dom Starsia, a National Lacrosse Hall of Famer and the winningest coach in NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse history, recalls the one that got away when he played for the U.S. national team in 1978....2017
  • • Building Up the Rochester Knighthawks
    2020

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  • • Caitlyn Wurzburger Has the Wow Factor
    2019
  • • Inside the March 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    2019
  • • Season of Giving: Dom Starsia on the Phenomenon of Community
    2018
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    2018
  • • MLL Players Become Coaches To Stay With 'Beautiful Game, Beautiful League'
    2018
  • • Best Game Ever?
    2018
  • • Best Game Ever? An Oral History of the 1998 World Championship
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • Yale Lacrosse: From Ivy Afterthought to National Champion
    2018
  • • With Maryland Title, Legion of Former Terps Finally Exhale
    2017

Lacrosse History rumors, scandals

  • • Inside the March 2019 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine
    2019
  • • The Miracle on the Mediterranean (and the Making of a Gold Medalist)
    2018

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