China’s Lacrosse Growth: Part One

Now that lacrosse is trickling into international regions, other countries and cultures are beginning to accept its presence. However, with other cultures come different perspectives and Chinese lacrosse suffered in the early 1990s due to its lack of Olympic appeal. As of 2002, the country of China began to notice the medicine game more and have now reached a point with a nationally recognized team. They hope to make an…

May 16, 2014
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Lizards Run Up on Israel; Israel Third Int’l Team to Compete Against MLL

Denver Outlaws v New York Lizards
April 14, 2014

As was expected, JoJo Marasco and Rob Pannell looked as good on the field as they usually do. Unexpectedly, Israel performed extremely sub-par.  The Lizards ran up the score to a final of 21-3. I equate this game to a previous one I watched this NCAA season: Lehigh versus Loyola. Both teams are very good, but the Lizards and Loyola are much higher caliber lacrosse programs than either Israel or…

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Men’s Dutch National Team Announce North American Tryouts

Denver Outlaws v Boston Cannons
March 17, 2014

AMSTERDAM, NL- March 17, 2014- Today, the Men’s Dutch National Lacrosse Team announced North American based tryouts for any players interested in being a part of the 2014 World Championship Team.   Tryouts will take place on the weekend of April 5th and 6th at two separate locations.  April 5th will be held in Syracuse at Christian Brothers Academy (6245 Randall Road, Syracuse, NY) from 3-7 PM.  On April 6th, the tryouts will…

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