Team USA Lacrosse is ready to take on the world in Israel this summer. In mid-July, the best American lacrosse players will compete against 47 other nations for a shot to call themselves the best of the best. With support from New York Lizards stars, like Paul Rabil, Team USA is embarking on a quest for gold!
Seven games into the season, the Lizards are within striking distance of the league-leading Dallas Rattlers. With a record of 3-4, the ‘Zards are counting on a strong second half to make up ground in the Major League Lacrosse standings. As the game’s best begin to battle for playoff spots, catch up on New York lacrosse news.
Summer vacation is the perfect time to retool your lacrosse game. Lax players who work hard through the dog days of August are the ones who gain a leg up on the competition. If you want to earn more playing time next season, consider this list of dos and don’ts your essential summer reading.
Like in hockey, penalty play is a critical part of the game of lacrosse. The brief man-advantage offers some of the game’s best scoring opportunities. More often than not, the team that capitalizes most on lacrosse penalties emerges victorious.
Pro lacrosse middies are able to beat goalies on the regular, because they have perfected fundamental skills. From getting open to downhill dodging, the New York Lizards are revealing a few tricks from the professional playbook.
The New York Lizards are thirsty to drink from the Steinfeld Cup again. Paul Rabil, Rob Pannell, Will Manny and company are dodging, cradling and shooting their way towards another Major League Lacrosse championship. But first, they have these nine games to win.
New York Lizards veteran goaltender Drew Adams has saved more than 1,500 shots in his nearly 10 Major League Lacrosse seasons. He has been a driving force behind the team’s success, including the ‘Zards 2015 league title. Adams’ consistent play has earned him respect and accolades throughout the lacrosse world.
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In the fastest game on two feet, quickness and agility can be a real difference-maker. In order to stay ahead of the competition, athletes typically work all year round to improve their footwork. If you would like to make yourself a more complete player, try practicing one or all of these lacrosse footwork drills.
Your 2018 New York Lizards have a new look at the face-off X. On April 21, Brendan Fowler debuted in the crucial role of face-off specialist after the recent retirement of Greg “Beast” Gurenlian. The 26-year-old Long Island native filled some pretty big shoes on game day.
Topics: Player Profiles
After a long off-season, the New York Lizards lacrosse season is finally here. The ‘Zards have seven home games scheduled for fans to enjoy in 2018. From the end of April through the beginning of August, Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium will be alive with the sights and sounds of professional lacrosse.