TheLocker.com recently reached out to us and asked if we’d like to make a video featuring some of their ambassador players. Of course, we said yes. Their squad is stacked with the likes of Rob Pannell, Kyle Harrison, Rhys Duch, Tom Schreiber, Max Seibald, and Will Manny. The video features the best of not only their players, but teams of almost all levels around the country. We also made sure to mix some of the sweetest unis we could find, as TheLocker is all about the gear. Be sure to check out the video, follow us on TheLocker, and let us know in the comments what’s in your locker.
This past weekend, Israel Lacrosse came to Boston to have a few scrimmages and help grow the game. This is the first video we have produced from the ground up, filmed and edited all by Crosseworks. Some great slo-mo shots added to the best HD we’ve had yet is sure to make your day. A little longer than usual, we packed both the Harvard and Boston University scrimmages into one video. Enjoy!
A few weeks ago, we contacted Wolf Athletics letting them know how popular our initial post about their new bulletproof glass “Ghost” shaft was. We asked if they would be kind enough to send us a shaft to review, and soon enough, we had one in our hands. My initial thoughts were like most- a glass lacrosse shaft? How will it not shatter on first impact? Well, as it turns out, it’s a lot more durable than I thought, and that’s only one of its best attributes. Read more to see our full review of the Ghost!
This season concluded with a miracle comeback victory by the Denver Outlaws. Our latest video captures the absolute best plays leading up to Snider’s gamewinning goal. We hope you enjoy, and please be sure to share with your friends!
Down early, things did not look good for Denver. Their typical “give it to Junior and see what happens” was getting shut down, and Rochester was having a day on offense. The Outlaws managed to turn things around towards the middle, closing in on a 5-1 difference but ultimately heading into the fourth still down 10-6. They came into the final quarter strong, and ended up outscoring the Ratz 6-1. Two key goals came from both Jeremy Sieverts, a two-pointer from beyond the arc to tie it up, and Drew Snider, who let loose the game-winner with 56 seconds left in the game. 39 year-old John Grant Jr. was awarded MVP of the game with four points on the day. Overall an exciting day in Atlanta as the Denver Outlaws pulled out a 12-11 victory for their first ever MLL Championship in 9 years of existence.
As you may have seen, “It’s that time of year again” posts have been popping up everywhere. So, we decided to make a video as a tribute. We got some of the highest quality clips we could find for this video and put it to the tune of “Hey Brother” by Avicii. Be sure to let us know if you like it and subscribe on YouTube for more!