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Interview with Coach Paul

Collegelax.us interview with Coach Paul, highlights

Must read interview for MCLA people

CollegeLAX: Do you feel that the changing of location for the MCLA National Championship from Dallas to Denver will help the MCLA gain a significantly larger amount of exposure?

JP: I hope so. But ultimately exposure will come from how the MCLA markets itself. We need more legitimate teams, and we need to do a better job of getting the word out in the right way to the lacrosse world. Television is a big part of that. Sponsors are part of it.  Media coverage and self-promotion through all of the current hot communication avenues is a big part of it (Twitter, You Tube, Facebook, etc.). A lot of that costs money though. If the MCLA wants exposure, the league will have to pay to make it happen.

CollegeLAX: Is it surprising to you how much the MCLA has grown over the years? Did you have any idea it would become what it is when it began?

JP: We didn’t really understand how big this could get, but I’m not really surprised. The MCLA fills a void. My concern continues to be that we have valued quantity over quality. We brag all the time about the number of teams we have. I’m personally more interested in knowing how many teams we have that really take themselves seriously. I see teams working hard to build their programs, but I also see teams that have no interest or commitment to move beyond traditional club parameters, or worse…taking steps back.

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Interview with Danowski

IL interview with Danowski, highlights

What’s been the highlight of your career so far?
The highlight of my career so far was playing in the Final Four three times. Although we never took the championship home, the experience was unbelievable.

What’s on your walls at your house?
Last fall, Jerry Lambe told me my room looked like a 13 year-old’s, so I immediately took everything off the walls and bought mature furniture.

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Dream date?
Marissa Miller or Jennifer Aniston — she’s getting better with age.

Ducks Unlimited Safety Unit

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That is absolutely divine

Dare you to find a better summer time helmet.

Also, Kyle Harrison is talking about shooting on lax.com

Well really, he’s talking about what Joe Walters tells him then he gives a shooting demo. And if there’s one person in the world that will make us stop dead in our tracks if they are giving a serious talk about shooting its Kyle Harrison.

No need to give him a hard time about being stuffed by a high school goalie several times in a row. After all we’re confident the goalie can hear Harrison revealing his shot locations to the camera.

The finest part of the video is Harrison saying, “Every now and then you’ve got to prove a point, so we’ll go off stick side high one more time.”

After being stuffed by a high school goalie and missing the net once, Harrison puts everything he has into this shot ripping it stick side high.

OOPS

Successfully predicting every shot Harrison would take against Toronto would be a stick side high overhand jump shot wasn’t surprising but it still brought a smile to the 412 office.

Toronto short sticking him caused us to stand up and bang drums.

This video was too much.

Top 10 Signs You’re Addicted to Lax and Need an INTERVENTION Show About You

  1. You can describe the Maryland state flag, even if you aren’t from Maryland md-flag
  2. You’ve quoted Connor Martin
  3. You compare Ocean City to Rucker Parker but consider the OC athletes to play a more exciting brand of defense                     BELax2
  4. You consider long hair to symbolize raw power and awesomeness, not homelessness                                                       n19302622_30426955_8942
  5. You can’t string your own sticks but you have three doctors on speed dial who can                                           293.clooney.er.012109
  6. You broke up with your girlfriend because she didn’t cheer loud enough during the Duke Hopkins semifinal in 2008           2105-173
  7. Even though his on field skills are suspect and there are scenes in his interview when he is by himself in a party scenario, you consider Brantford Winstonworth to be a huge influence, on and off the field
  8. Your eye black is inspired by the Ultimate Warrior, not Mike Powell who didn’t graduate from college and is now using his guitar as shelter from the rain                                              warrior
  9. You want to be buried in your finest reversible 5768_153417702344_676492344_3306962_1491545_n
  10. If someone took your sticks you’d behave like this, minus the remote stuffing

Cino and Dino

Two hopefuls for the USA Redeem Team and former best bros on the New Jersey Pride, locking horns.

Pictures are taken from Joe Cinosky’s Locker from lockerblogger.com

It’s like twitter but just for pro athletes

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Earlier this summer we posted a photo of Danowski with his arm around McDevit. Last summer, Dino was super close with Cinosky, commonly referring to him as C-Note and rooming with him on the road.

We pose this question to you, are you friends off the field with the kids you are competing against in practice?

While I’ve been cordial with defenders and goalies, I can’t call one a best friend.

In fact, on every team I’ve been on the kid I most disliked was a pole.

Maybe its the fact that the other guy guy gets to beat on me during practice or spends very little time on my end of the field during the games. I’m not sure but I’ve never gravitated towards being close friends with a pole. Something for you psychology majors to consider.

One one one photo sequence after the jump

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