LaxAllStars partner Trilogy Lacrosse is coming to the Southland this summer with multiple programs, including an overnight camp in Irvine at the end of June and a day camp in Thousand Oaks in July.
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Buku Lacrosse, a Trabuco based club run by LXM PRO goalie Johnny Rodriguez, is the newest Adrenaline Starz team in the Southland, and it’s kicking things off with a bang: a June camp featuring coaches like Albany’s Thompson Trio of Lyle, Miles, and Ty, as well as LXM PRO stars (and now MLL players) Sam Bradman and Erik Krum.
Southland Lax was recently contacted by Marymount College head coach Aaron Karsh about a new summer camp coming to Peninsula High School this June: the Black Cat Lacrosse Camp. Along with Karsh, the camp will be led by Peninsula coach — and former UCLA and UCSB head coach — Lane Jaffe.
Building on a successful Bruins Lacrosse Camp last summer, UCLA Men’s Lacrosse is excited to offer two boys lacrosse camps in the Summer of 2014: a night camp at the end of June and a day camp at the end of July.
Orange County has played host to many players returning home for the 2014 MCLA National Championships, but none have had bigger games than Colorado’s Jack Cranston. Cranston, from nearby Santa Margarita, Calif., led his No. 2 Buffs team to a 12-10 victory over No. 6 UC Santa Barbara in the semifinals to earn a shot at the MCLA Division I championship on Saturday.
After trailing 3-0 early in the first quarter, the No. 1-seeded Foothill Knights came back to defeat No. 3 JSerra 12-8 in the 2014 Orange County championship game Wednesday night at Aliso Niguel High School.
As the MCLA National Tournament comes to Southern California this week, 32 teams from around the country have made the journey to Orange County with the same dream: Winning a national championship. But for some teams, the journey was longer than others.
On Saturday night, the top four Orange County seeds met at Laguna Hills High School to decide who will vie for the county championship on Wednesday. Playing in the nightcap, No. 2-seed Corona del Mar fell just short in a comeback attempt against No. 3 JSerra, while top-seeded Foothill controlled from start to finish to beat No. 4 San Clemente.
The field in the South bracket of the the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section playoffs is deep and balanced, with as many as six teams capable of winning it all. Here’s a quick look at storylines in each of the first-round games.
With the regular season wrapping up and playoff pairings about to be announced, it looks like this might be the year the Foothill Knights retake the Southern Section crown.
Welcome back to another Southland Lax Video Explosion! Over the past few years on the LaxAllStars homepage, the College Lacrosse Video Explosion has become an LAS regular. Putting together some of the best college lacrosse videos on the Internet in one place makes life easier for any lacrosse fan — but why should we stop with just college lacrosse? Check out videos below from all lacrosse the Southland!
Over the past few years on the LaxAllStars homepage, the College Lacrosse Video Explosion has become an LAS regular. Putting together some of the best college lacrosse videos on the internet in one place makes life easier for any lacrosse fan – but why should we stop with just college lacrosse? Without further ado, we present the first Southland Lax Video Explosion, featuring some of the best videos of the 2014 lacrosse season in the Southland.
Adrenaline Lacrosse has announced the rosters for the fourth annual Adrenaline All-American game, which will feature 55 of the best seniors in the West, as well as a new event, the Stars and Stripes Summer Festival.
This Saturday at 6 p.m. there will be a Los Angeles Masters Lacrosse game at Glendale High School that also will serve as a fundraiser for the Glendale High School lacrosse program. Sunday, there will be an all-ages pick-up game at Glendale HS at 10 a.m.
Bitter Lacrosse is hosting its inaugural Oceana Lax Festival at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club this Jan. 25-26. With its Endless Summer-inspired tagline, “in search of the perfect game,” Bitter Lacrosse’s first California event will host six boys divisions and three girls divisions.