Elite high school boys lacrosse players participating in the Showtime National Recruiting Spotlight at Western Connecticut State University this week received a nice surprise upon arriving to the invitation-only camp.
Greetings fellow lacrosse enthusiasts, and a very happy 4th of July to you! Welcome to another long-overdue issue of Crosse Clicks. I’ve been so slammed the past few weeks that it’s been difficult to “do it all” – I’m sure there are quite a few of you out there who can relate. Building something that’s never been built before isn’t easy, but man oh man is it a wild ride!
For today’s Social Sneak Peek, we’re continuing to look at the International Gear posted on lacrosse social media accounts in preparation for the World Lacrosse Championships which start Thursday in Denver.
ComLax just slashed the price of a Warrior Krypto Pro defensive shaft by over $50, a deal you’d be crazy to miss!
Thumbing through social media sites, I’ve found a ton of sick international gear to show anyone who hasn’t seen it. We arrive in Denver Tuesday night, so after then we won’t have to turn to social media anymore for sneak peeks!
The Thompson Lacrosse Company was founded in 2014 by members of the Akwesasne Mohawk Reserve of upstate New York with a mindset of celebrating the heritage of the sport of lacrosse. The founding members wanted to preserve the Iroquois lacrosse culture by creating products that give all players the ability succeed at any level. In the spring of 2014 the Thompson Lacrosse Company entered the head market with the Thompson i6 head.
We’re back with another episode of #LaxHacks, and this time we’re talkin’ DEFENSE. Jeff explains how to make training nubs used to perfect defensive body positioning and footwork in just a few easy steps by recycling an old lacrosse shaft. Watch and learn!
Join us are we welcome Maverik’s newest innovation – The Optik Lacrosse Head. Featuring a lightweight design and level 2 bottom rall the Optik head is Made in the USA.