ILWT Feature: In conversation with Tom Mariano

February 18, 2021

One of the joys of working in lacrosse is making the acquaintance of some great people. I have greatly looked forward to the next guest in our Florida Lacrosse series since he took over as the head coach of the Florida Launch. Tom Mariano has worn many hats since his playing days at Nazareth, when he was on the 1992 Division III National Championship team. He is currently the Assistant…

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ILWT Feature: Medicine Game was therapeutic process for author Delby Powless

December 11, 2020

Books written about lacrosse are few and far between. When they are, you know they’re going to be good because how many people would write about lacrosse unless they had a passion for the game? Today we get to do something fun and chat with the author of one of the best new books of the season, and of course it’s about lacrosse. Medicine Game is written by Delby Powless,…

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MSL: Excelsiors head coach supports fight to keep team in Brampton

December 2, 2020

In all the back-and-forth regarding the relocation of the Brampton Excelsiors, one voice that hasn’t been heard is one that probably most embodies the spirit of the team and the city. After a successful run with the Jr. A Excelsiors, Dan Teat was promoted to head coach of the MSL club in 2019. Though he’s only coached them through one season, he’s been part of the organization for 45 years….

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NLL: In conversation with Paul Day

April 10, 2020

With seven weeks remaining in the 2019-20 NLL regular season schedule, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a stoppage in all sports and public gatherings. Arenas are closed, gymnasiums, all non-essential business are closed, and in Philadelphia a “Stay at Home” order has been extended to April 30th. As lacrosse fans, we have been brought closer together with fans rallying around classic MILL/NLL games on YouTube, posting pictures and making lists of…

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World Lax: Interview with Walt Christianson

September 27, 2019

Cliff McCaig sat down with Team England head coach Walt Christianson after their quarterfinal game against Team Israel. Give a listen for his thoughts on the game and how England’s tournament has gone overall – his thoughts on the semifinal might surprise you!  

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Ric Beardsley: Making defense great again

May 4, 2017

Ric Beardsley, legendary Syracuse defenseman and current coach, was one of the best to ever play at his position. A four-time All-American, he was known for his ability to throw devastating checks, make incredible passes and shut-down stellar attackmen. He was a player kids tried to emulate. During Beardsley’s playing days, collegiate teams like Syracuse, Hopkins, UVA and Maryland benefitted from national exposure. Watching their defensemen provided a wealth of…

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Tribe7’s Robert Littell: Mad scientist or visionary?

April 18, 2017

Welcome to an outside the box interview! Well, actually we’re stepping outside the box and kicking it aside! I had a chance to sit down with the founder and head of Tribe7 Lacrosse, Rob Littell. Thanks to Rob for taking the time to speak with me.   You played in the North/South All Star Game and at Brown for Dom Starsia.  Pretty safe to say you love lacrosse?   Lacrosse…

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Podcast: Kevin Buchanan Talks Team USA

July 5, 2014

This week’s Increasingly Lax podcast went one on one with Boston Cannons midfielder Kevin Buchanan about the MLL all star game, the Cannons season, the upcoming world championships and everything MLL. Listen below for the interview from host Todd McElwee. Kevin Buchanan

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Outlaws Lose at Home for First Time in 762 Days

July 5, 2014

Photo Credit: Di Miller The Denver Outlaws (7-3) hosted the Boston Cannons (5-5) at Sports Authority Field at Mile-High on July 4.  The Outlaws had 29,718 loyal fans in attendance for their Annual July 4 Fireworks show, the best in Denver.  Chris Bocklet #10, Attack was back in the line-up after missing the last three games due to an injury suffered from an illegal cross-check; but Denver would be without…

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