Since Paul Rabil was dubbed ‘The Million Dollar Man’ in lacrosse a few months ago, and in light of the recent Pannell sponsorship contract with Wheaties, I have been urged internally to bring some awareness to the subjects of player sponsorship, what it does for the sport and what it means for people in general.
To add on to Connor’s post on tension, which is one of the most important aspects of stringing traditional, as well as evenly spaced diamonds, I’d like to show a few things I do which I think make stringing traditionals a bit nicer and why.
What I learned in India and how it helped continue the transformation we call life in me.
Namaste, namaskar, ciao, hello, good day; it’s good to be back. After finally mustering up the time to do something else besides look at beautiful scenery, enjoy temples and local folks, and write my book, here I am, to tell you of some of my experience in Nepal.
Before leaving NYC for #crosscountrystring, there was a trip up to Stringer’s Shack in Mass., which led into a workshop at FDA in Harlem. These photos tell the story.
Checking in from Hot Springs, Arkansas, on our way from Memphis, Tennessee, and now we’re on our way to Austin, Texas. As Greg has been driving, I’ve been stringing up a couple of traditional pockets and I wanted to share some insight on how I’ve progressed and how my perspective has changed since my first traditional.
We’re on the road! Day one of our trip to California and this is what we’ve been up too, w/ video.
Well, it seems as if traveling across the country on the open road is coming to fruition; all thanks to everyone! If you’ve kept up a little bit on my stringing tour, you’ll know that I had to fly around this spring to all the locations where I held my stringing workshops, due to not being able to leave my 9 to 5 just yet! Before doing a post about the latter parts of my journey, where I’ll be going to… Read More »
Imagine the whole realm of sports is blazing arms to prevent concussions, then imagine you are a referee for an important, televised NCAA Division 1 men’s playoff lacrosse game who is trying to their job, in front of thousands upon thousands of fans, coaches who know how to work the former statement to their benefit, and lacrosse analysts of all levels looking for falsities and inconsistencies in what you do…
D-Middies Made Cool Something has happened this year that no upstanding offensive player of my time would ever admit: d-mid is now a cool position – this has been solidified by players like Hawkins (Loyola), Creighton (UNC) and Ianzito (Syracuse) with the introduction of the new rules, which encourages and rewards teams for pushing the ball in transition, if they can do it well, but the coolness was somewhat sparked by LaPierre (Virginia) who ended up sitting this year due… Read More »