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Devon Wills is to Women’s International Lacrosse what Tim Howard is to Men’s World Cup soccer. She is the USA goalie, and many people may not know of anyone else who could be considered interchangeable in regard to her position. I do not mean to overstep this particular accomplishment, nor do I wish to state that any of her other achievements should hold greater or lesser weight by comparison. Weighted significance aside, I simply want you to take a moment to appreciate how many accolades this player has. They are absolutely staggering.
Posted by admin in "Lacrosse Dye Job Articles" on 10/01/2014 at 02:32 PM.
Not paying attention. Lacrosse sticks are the most important part of the game for any player. A lackadaisical attitude will hinder your ability to play, therefore making it less fun. Heads will warp, strings will break and stretch, pockets will wear due to time and use. Poor maintenance will result in poor play. Especially for those who are new to the game and may develop a disdain for it and give up on one of the oldest and greatest games there is to play. A young player is more likely to lose interest if he or she cannot play the game well. However, there are precautionary measures that can be taken to avoid this problem and many of them are fairly easy. Pay attention!
Posted by admin in "Lacrosse Pocket Articles" on 09/19/2014 at 05:51 PM.
The Ocean City Lacrosse Classic is a long standing tournament on the Maryland coast. Tyler Bortner, a high level stringer here at SSLax, was invited to play with the East Coast Dyes Team. We could not let him go down there with boring white stick so we mocked up an Ocean City themed stick. We added our favorite food spots, some board walk rides, and an overall color theme that screams summer fun at the beach.
Posted by admin in "Lacrosse Dye Job Articles" on 08/19/2014 at 06:02 PM.