Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Wednesday, Nov. 10


Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1. Cornell’s Ashleigh Gundy wins the inaugural Tina Sloan Green Award, recognizing teams or individuals working to promote equity and inclusion. 

Gundy, a senior, created a documentary titled “Where Do We Go From Here?” featuring athletes from various schools who candidly discussed their experiences as Black student-athletes, the intersection of race and sport, and the systematic flaws embedded in the criminal justice system.

Click here for more.

2. Day 2 of National Celebrate Lacrosse Week brought the excitement to the field.

Tuesday, USA Lacrosse encourages fans to “Celebrate and Play,” featuring a number of How-To videos and a Wall Ball Workshop from Kylie Ohlmiller.

Stay tuned to USA Lacrosse on Twitter and Instagram today for “Celebrate Coaches, Officials and Volunteers.”

3. Mike Robinson wants to be the Prime Minister of Canada.

Until then, he’ll settle for being the next star offensive weapon for Delaware men’s lacrosse. With Charlie Kitchen graduated, Robinson becomes the go-to option for the Blue Hens.

Click here to read his story.







WHAT WE’RE READING

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

A powerful video from Athletes Unlimited about goalie Amber Hill playing professional lacrosse, but also representing her Native community.

Duke women’s lacrosse hits the golf course.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • Day 3 of National Celebrate Lacrosse Week focuses on Coaches, Officials, Volunteers and Program Leaders.

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