• World Lax: Our favourite photos from the 2019 WILC
  • World Lax: Israel holds off Finland to keep spot in top world group
  • World Lax: Canada will defend WILC title against the Iroquois
  • World Lax: England shocks Israel in quarterfinal at WILC
  • World Lax: USA finishes pool play 2-2

PHOTOS: WILC 2019 – Switzerland vs. Hong Kong

Photos from Switzerland’s 16-14 win over Hong Kong in the placement bracket at the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. Lukas Heri led Switzerland with six goals and three assists while Alexander Meier made 30 saves in goal. Evan Mok-Lamme scored three goals and six assists and Jordan Wong four goals and three assists to lead Hong Kong.

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World Lax: Gold medal an honour for Canadian goaltender Poulin

Canadian goaltender Mike Poulin’s on a hot streak! After winning the Mike Kelley Award as Mann Cup MVP, he backstopped Canada to a gold medal performance over the Iroquois Nationals at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. *Note: the 2023 WILC will be in the Czech Republic, according to World Lacrosse president Sue Redfern’s closing ceremonies remarks. Ireland will host the 2020 men’s U19 field games.

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World Lax: Israel holds off Finland to keep spot in top world group

The fifth place game at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships was just as important as the bronze or gold medal games, with a lot on the line. They may not get a medal, but the winning team gets to count themselves amongst the world’s elite as members of the top group in the next tournament. So when Israel faced off against Finland on Saturday afternoon, the players held nothing back….

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Press Release: Boston Box Lacrosse League starts October 15

The Boston Box Lacrosse League – the leading adult men’s box lacrosse league in the northeastern United States — will begin fall-winter play on October 15 at the South Shore Sports Center in Hingham, Mass., with five teams competing in a season scheduled to end in mid-February. The BBLL has built a reputation in lacrosse circles for its high-level box play, and with more professional-level and former top college players…

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World Lax: Canada will defend WILC title against the Iroquois

For 50 glorious seconds, it looked like we might be witnessing the lacrosse version of “Miracle on Ice.” Team England exploded out of the gates with two quick goals against the powerhouse Canadian squad. English Coach Walt Christianson joked that he should’ve stuffed all five of his players into the net for the rest of the game to block the Canadian attack. Unfortunately for England, once the hometown team got…

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World Lax: USA falls to Iroquois again; will play for bronze

Once again, Team USA came close to knocking off the Iroquois Nationals at the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. After a 12-10 loss in group play, Thursday’s semifinal seemed to be even closer with the teams playing to a 2-2 tie at the half. But the Iroquois outscored the USA 7-5 in the second half to escape with the win and move into the gold medal game vs Canada. The…

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World Lax: Finland will challenge for fifth

In just their second ever appearance at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, Finland has turned more heads than maybe any team at the tournament. From their dominating 4-0 record in pool play to the offensive firepower they possess, Finland has been one of the most impressive teams at the 2019 WILC. Finland made more headway on Thursday as they defeated Czech Republic to advance to the fifth place game where…

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World Lax: USA one step away from gold medal game

Last night Team USA took another step closer to playing for the gold medal as they defeated the Czech Republic 17-3 to advance to the semi-finals at the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship. From the opening whistle, Team USA had control of this game. David Mather received the start in goal while Brett Manney, Joe Resetarits and Joel White all received the night off. Halfway through the first quarter, USA…

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