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Posts of category  "Lacrosse Daily Updates"

Nike Lacrosse is launching the next generation of the Nike Huarache cleat and latest in cleated footwear innovation: Nike Alpha Huarache 6 Elite.

The cleat, available at Nike.com and select retailers, appeared on field for the first time in yesterday’s Iroquois Nationals game. The footwear, informed by one of the game’s greatest athletes — Lyle Thompson — takes inspiration from the Nike Alpha Menace generative plate, but has increased flexibility to better adapt to multidirectional needs of lacrosse players and provide them with dynamic agility and speed.

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In Part 2 of our conversation with Hall of Fame Coach Dick Edell, Big Man tells many more tales, including the beauty of rivalries and his front row seat coaching in the two best rivalries in college lacrosse. We talk in depth about the 1995 meetings between JHU and Maryland, the time a cab drove on to the practice field, and the time he got an earring to settle a bet. Coach also discusses the joy of watching his former players grow into successful men, the value of creating meaningful relationships and the state of the game today.

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Four teams opened up fall play on Sunday at the Room 2 Smile Fall Classic at Ted Grant Field on the campus of LeMoyne College. The classic included four games between Le Moyne, Cortland, RIT and OCC.

The event, in its fifth year, benefits the foundation started by former Le Moyne star Branden Spillett. His father, Daniel, was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 1993 and continued to have his passion for lacrosse as a coach, fighting for many years. The donations collected go directly to the Room2Smile Fund at the Upstate Hospital, funding comfort items for patients. Donate here: upstatefoundation.org/Room2Smile.

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Tehoka Nanticoke was a busy guy on Sunday.

In addition to making his long-awaited competition debut in an Albany uniform, he played for the Iroquois. He’s also — with just a few weeks on campus under his belt — already reached star status, with fans reaching over the Carrier Dome rail for autographs. One fan brought a October copy of Inside Lacrosse Magazine, on the cover of which Nanticoke is the featured No. 1 incoming recruit.

“It’s coming along really good. It’s fun playing with those guys. Every practice we’re working on something else to help us get better,” said Nanticoke, who added guys on the team go over to each other’s houses and play ministicks.

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When looking at our fall coverage, we posed the question: What’s your biggest most pressing question in fallball?

Here are the answers from the staff. Answers will become more clear as the fall progresses. Updates from tournaments — some of which started this past weekend — and Fall All-Access visits will be here on the #TRUEfallball page.

Quint Kessenich: I see a myriad of fallball question marks and mysteries.
Who will play defensive midfield for Johns Hopkins? Can the Jays get better production between the pipes? In College Park, Run DMC has left the building. Maryland hits the reset button on attack. Who is going to face-off in South Bend and can the Irish improve their woeful half-field offensive patterns? How does Ohio State react to new-found success? With Joe Seider and Ryan Drenner gone, what will Towson’s new-look offense be? Who will emerge in Penn State’s midfield? Duke returns a ton of talent but lost some critical role player — who picks up the slack? Can Hofstra score without Josh Byrne? How will North Carolina cope with an inexperienced defense in 2018? How effective can Casey Rees be at the midfield for Navy this spring? Can Jeff Teat and Cornell take the next step to greatness? What impact do new coaches have at Michigan and Delaware? Inquiring minds want to know.

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The IL Northeast Prospect Day is a one-day showcase for high school players in the 2018-2021 graduation classes that want to play college lacrosse. Participants will experience a simulated college practice, compete for college coaches, and be seen by recruiters and IL’s audience.

This event includes a practice, three showcase games, a reversible Under Armour jersey as well as a 6-month digital subscription to Inside Lacrosse magazine. All participants will have a profile in the Inside Lacrosse Recruiting Database.

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BALTIMORE — Millon events and youthlaxchampionship.com is excited to announce the date for year two of the National championship for rising eighth grade athletes and teams from across the nation. The National Championship for the class of ‘23 will be a sixteen team event held just outside Baltimore, MD July 14-15, 2018. In order to gain entry, teams will submit applications with their teams resume and rosters to a selection committee for acceptance with the goal of crowning a true youth lacrosse national champion.  Already committed are eight of the top 11 teams in the nation including True lacrosse, Brotherly Love, Next Level and Bethesda LC.

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This feature appears in part in the November issue of Inside Lacrosse, which will be unveiled soon. Subscribe to Inside Lacrosse here.

In the huddle toward the end of Delaware’s first full practice of the fall, Blue Hens head coach Ben DeLuca challenged his team in a commanding tone: “Raise your hand if you want to beat any team in the country.”

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Syracuse, N.Y. — The Syracuse University men’s lacrosse team will take the field for its opening fall scrimmages on Sunday in the Carrier Dome, and for the first time in more than a decade no Orange player on the roster will be claiming No. 22.

That’s the program’s legendary stamp of expected greatness, which has been in play for every season since 2006 (Dan Hardy, Cody Jamieson, JoJo Marasco and, for the past four years, Jordan Evans).

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Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse University’s men’s lacrosse team will not participate in the Deyhontsigwa’ehs The Creator’s Game Lacrosse Weekend this weekend because of an outbreak of mumps.

SU said in a statement that it has been working closely with New York state and Onondaga County Health Department officials because of confirmed cases of mumps that were identified among its students. At least one member of the men’s lacrosse team is confirmed to have mumps.

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