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EVO WARP NEXT


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The Warrior Evo Warp was the talk of gear junkies in 2016 — a revolutionary stick with prefabricated, Kevlar-bonded pockets made of water-resistant polypropylene. Early adopters lauded its consistency, durability, accuracy and control and precision.


Now youth players can enjoy the same benefi ts. On Feb. 24, Warrior launched the Evo Warp Next for age 14 and under. It features a tighter face shape and an all-around pocket to refi ne stick skills. The Warp Next doesn’t need to be adjusted or broken in. It comes game ready. Check it out at warrior.com.


Jordan Hall


“It’s like seeing an ex-girlfriend out. You always want to look good.”


— GEORGIA SWARM’S JORDAN HALL ON PLAYING HIS FORMER TEAM, NEW ENGLAND


Chris Walsch scored two goals in Air Force’s 11-10 win at Duke on Feb. 5, the second straight year the Falcons have upset the Blue Devils.


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US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee members — Dr. Margot Putukian and Dr. Ruben Echemendia — selected among 35 experts worldwide to participate in an international conference on sports concussions in Berlin. Findings will be published this month.


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Points scored by Penn State senior attacker Steph Lazo in a 20-9 season-opening win over Albany on Feb. 4 — a performance quieting many who wondered if Lazo could carry the Nittany Lions back to the fi nal four as their go-to player.


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Years it took for Air Force to beat Duke in men’s lacrosse. The Falcons stunned the Blue Devils in overtime last year for their fi rst victory in the series since 1975, and then repeated the feat Feb. 5 with an 11-10 upset in both teams’ season opener Feb. 5 in Durham, N.C.


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