In its second year, the TribzLacrosse California Showcase drew over 40 teams to the Orange County Great Park the first weekend of August for two days of summer lacrosse. Building on last year’s success, TribzLacrosse Director Andreas Gaynor attracted many of SoCal’s leading youth and high school clubs, such as the OC Crush, Buku Lacrosse, Crespi-based Liv Lax, and 3d lacrosse, in addition to Open and Masters division teams from around California and Arizona.
The highlight video you’ve been waiting for… Full Highlights of #TeamTLN 2014. Outscoring opponents 38-11 over the tournament, The Lacrosse Network’s squad captured their second consecutive TribzLacrosse California Showcase open division championship with great plays throughout the weekend.
The third individual highlight from #TeamTLN 2014 features The Lacrosse Network’s own Brad Calder of the TLN series “Pat and Brad.” Brad sticks a backhanded bouncer from the crease off a nice feed from Colorado’s Jace Gan. Check it out after the jump!
Our second installment of 2014 #TeamTLN highlights is here with recent Harvard-Westlake graduate and The Lacrosse Network intern Noah Pompan. Noah is heading to NCAA Division III Gettysburg after the summer, and he tore it up last weekend at the Tribz tournament.
Last summer, The Lacrosse Network put together the first ever Team TLN for the TribzLacrosse California Showcase in Orange County, CA. The team put together highlight-reel plays throughout the 2013 tournament, and after repeating as open division champs at the 2014 tournament last weekend, this year’s highlights have begun to surface as well. First up, we have a goalie goal from Salisbury’s Johnny Rodriguez!
The influence of box lacrosse on the field game is getting easier and easier to find. If you watched any of the NCAA Tournament last spring, you surely heard plenty of talk about the influence of Canadian players and their box background on the field game in the U.S. For further proof, check out Thursday’s […]
Panos Lacrosse is offering a five-day lacrosse camp for boys ages 8-18 at Rancho Simi Community Park from June 23-27. Registration for the camp closes May 24.
The Silverfin Lacrosse Club is offering three week-long instructional day camps this summer in the San Fernando and Conejo Valleys, each aimed at players ages 7-14.
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.
A recently released documentary by Harvard Westlake coach Alex Weber takes an inside look at the college lacrosse recruiting process with the goal of helping players and parents understand what college coaches truly are looking for.
Denver-based 3d Lacrosse has put another stake in the California ground, announcing the opening of a Los Angeles office and the hiring of Arizona State head coach Chris Malone as Director, 3d Los Angeles.
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.
A little more than a year ago, Chris Panos formed Team Panos in the Conejo Valley and became a regular on the Southern California tournament scene. Last weekend, in fact, three Team Panos squads competed in the Oceana Lax Festival in Santa Barbara. Sunday night, though, Panos made a career choice that will put his Team Panos clubs on hiatus, perhaps permanently.
Concordia University of Irvine, the defending SLC D-II champion, enters the 2014 season with a new coach. Will McMinn, who had coached Concordia for five seasons, left in December and is now coaching at Montreat College, an NAIA school in Black Mountain, N.C.
For the last few years, the third weekend in January has meant a trip to Palm Desert for the ever-expanding Sand Storm Lacrosse Festival. This year, though, Adrenaline debuted LXM|ATS: Los Angeles, providing a more local option to see some good winter lacrosse. Here’s a look at both tournaments.