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PLL Playoffs Picks for Prizes! Betting Without Money

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Betting on lacrosse? Experts say gambling is the future of sports fandom, and we agree. But that doesn’t mean money should be required. It’s PLL Playoffs time and if you aren’t up to speed, you’ve got a little time left. This summer we’ve teamed with PickUp, a new app that’s part betting without money and part sports fans proving they know their stuff. Win any bet and you’re validating your own opinion as a fan. Being right is what really matters! With PickUp, we’ll be serving up prop bets in our pro lacrosse content over the next few weeks. If you
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Lacrosse

PLL Championship Series Day 5 Recap – MAKE PICKS | Video | MORE

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Editor’s Note: The Day 5 insight and recaps for the PLL Championship Series were co-authored by Ryan Conwell and Mark Donahue. We had to stay up this late for a four goal first half? Overtime is usually the icing on top of an hard fought cake, but this was one we could have passed on the desert completely. This was not the game the PLL will playing on repeat through the offseason. We will go ahead an write this one off as biological clocks not being geared to starting at 11 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. in Utah. There were a
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Lacrosse

After Winning 5 Titles in 407 Days, Zach Currier Seeks New Challenge in PLL

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Do you want to win? Then get tough. Get mentally tough. It takes more than muscle, more than practice, more than sheer determination to get to the top. It takes the mind of a champion. — The Sports Hypnotist There is no sport on the planet that can quite compare to the speed, approach, athletic prowess and discipline of ice hockey like lacrosse. It’s not unusual for athletes of either sport to grow up playing both. For Zach Currier, playing lacrosse was a means to an end. “My dad put me into lacrosse at 8 years old to toughen me
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5-Star Footwork, 5-Star Keys with WPLL Command’s Julia Braig

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This article appears in the July/August edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, a digital-only publication available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today for access to this 96-page edition, which includes immersive and interactive features as well as video tips from professional players. Thank you for your support! Virtual training is all the rage these days. Whether through Zoom, YouTube or Instagram, the resources to connect players and coaches despite their physical separation have surged. US Lacrosse even established a digital emporium, Lax at Home, loaded with drills, at-home workouts, stick-skill exercises, e-learning and development opportunities to keep members active and
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CLA Statement on Iroquois Nationals and the World Games

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OTTAWA, ON – No country has benefited more than Canada from the gift of lacrosse that has been bestowed upon the global sporting community from the Haudenosaunee people. As such, the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) and Team Canada stands unequivocally in support of the Haudenosaunee’s inclusion in the upcoming 2022 World Games in Birmingham, USA and all other multi-country events that are sanctioned by World Lacrosse, the governing body of our sport. This support does not come just from the President and Board of the Canadian Lacrosse Association. Our support for the Haudenosaunee is confirmed by the social media postings
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Moto Grip Banned

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Image: Photographer Name: PHOTO COURTESY OF PENN ATHLETICSArticle Summary Title: Moto Grip BannedPath: https://www.uslaxmagazine.com/college/men/moto-grip-banned-as-ncaa-oversight-panel-approves-faceoff-changes Source link
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US Lacrosse Stands in Support with Iroquois Nationals

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A petition calling for the Iroquois Nationals to be included in The World Games 2022, a multi-sport, Olympic-style event that is a separate entity from the world championships conducted by World Lacrosse, has recently been circulated on social media. US Lacrosse has issued the following statement in support of the Iroquois Nationals on the matter: US Lacrosse stands firmly in support of the Iroquois Nationals’ participation as a sovereign nation in international lacrosse competitions, including The World Games 2022.  The Iroquois Nationals and the Haudenosaunee people they represent are the very essence of lacrosse. As the originators of the game who
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