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Must Be Summer Ball

edited June 2013 in Open Forum
“Uh Oh!! This must be summer ball.”

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This was posted on our Facebook page by Eric Moore.

What are some other unusual aspects of summer lacrosse? We thought it'd be fun to come up with a list. One we recently became aware of is the 2-point arc... which is being used this year by the men's summer league in Boise, Idaho. Pretty sweet if you think about it. It would be cool to see a d-pole as the top scorer! :)

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  • Ryan MulvaneyRyan Mulvaney Supreme Overlord Caldwell, ID
    I think one of the most unusual aspects of summer ball would be team composition. Having to work with guys who you compete against all year is pretty weird. But having to play against your teammates is even weirder. It completely throws me off for the first game or two of summer ball.
    Jeff Brunelleteamgoon68
  • The little guy is probably filthy anyway.
  • Height is one of those things that can discourage people from taking on bigger challenges! Like me I'm only 5'7 but when I started playing I was only 5'3 and I was taking on high schoolers ! I agree with cmflynn13 that little man is probably nasty!
    LaxAllStars
  • dereklax5 said:

    Height is one of those things that can discourage people from taking on bigger challenges! Like me I'm only 5'7 but when I started playing I was only 5'3 and I was taking on high schoolers ! I agree with cmflynn13 that little man is probably nasty!

    You are probably right!!!
  • I started playing U-13 laccrose at 4'7 81lbs.. During the first few games I got played over cause size, but when I helped rally the team and steped up I finally got played!
  • oglaxrat27oglaxrat27 Turners Falls, MA
    One of the greatest things and could be classified as unusual, playing in the PVLL that stretches down the 91 corridor from Mass to CT, seeing a freshman in highschool competing on the same field as a member of the Boston Cannons on a Tuesday night.
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