That Old Lacrosse Head: Warrior Razer 2.0
Today we’re looking at a unique Razer 2.0 head from Warrior Lacrosse! It’s a special ESPNU dyed Razer, so it’s getting a special pocket in today’s episode of That Old Lacrosse Head!
I used a Razer and a Razer 2.0 when I was an assistant coach in college and during the early to mid 2000s it was a favorite amongst collegiate shooters and offensive players. It was never the most popular head, but for me, the Razer and Razer 2.0 were both top notch heads that strung up easily and played with the best of them.
That Old Lacrosse Head: Warrior Razer 2.o
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I put a Shook Shakedown pocket in this head for no other reason than it’s an awesome looking pocket, and this is an awesome looking head. Typically LSMs and defenders would use the SS pocket, but it also works for an offensive head! The pocket is a mid pocket for now, and should shift just a little higher as it breaks in.
For more episodes of That Old Lacrosse Head, check out the below posts:
That Old Lacrosse Head: Doc’s NYC STX Viper
That Old Lacrosse Head: OG Warrior Revolution
That Old Lacrosse Head: Brine Prophcy
That Old Lacrosse Head: Excalibur Six Shooter
That Old Lacrosse Head: STX Hi-Wall
That Old Lacrosse Head: Traditional STX Excalibur
That Old Lacrosse Head: STX X2 – John Jay Dye
That Old Lacrosse Head: OG Brine Edge
That Old Lacrosse Head: Double Brine Shotgun
Next week I’ll be fixing up another old lacrosse head and fixing up the pocket, then giving it back to CityLax. What head will I fix up? What head do YOU want to see me fix up? The choices are endless, so speak up and let me know what you want to see!
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The Top 50 Men’s Lacrosse Heads of All Time: 30-21 — Pre-X Spec
Welcome to what is the largest undertaking in the history of IL Gear. We have compiled a list of the top 50 heads of all time. Note, that the list does not say “best” — that’s on purpose. Some of the heads that are on here are included because they played a developmental role in the evolution of the plastic lacrosse head. Some heads are all time classics and some heads are a little too new for the selective tastes of those that attended the old school. We took into account history, design, impact and sales as well as our own personal spin on each and every head included. We did exclude a number of newly released heads on purpose as their historical impact is yet to be measured and evaluated for posterity. Multiple members of the lacrosse community have been consulted on the ranks and heads here, but the final say eventually fell to me, IL’s Gear and Lifestyle editor. I hope you enjoy this list and please share your thoughts with us in the comments and on social media. Unless you hate it. In which case, like, take a deep breath and count to ten. I dare you to make a better one.
For the third installment of the Top 50 we wanted to highlight the importance of heads that came before the 2010 NCAA rule change. You may have forgotten it, or not even known that it happened, but for those of us who played lacrosse before that switch it was a historical moment in the sport and a truly innovative period of head design. — Kyle Devitte
30. STX Deuce
There are very few heads on this list that I actively dislike. The STX Deuce is one of them, but it has nothing to do with the aesthetics or utility of the head. No, the Deuce draws my ire because you can break it by stringing it “too hard” and I know that because I have done so over a dozen times. So, why is it on the list? Pure and unadulterated longevity. The Deuce was in STX’s catalog for over a decade, and went through the entire genesis that only the most utilitarian heads experience: top tier, middle tier, bottom tier, and beginner. Very few products last long enough to ever make it through that journey, but the Deuce did so while touting a unique construction of nylon polymer with elastomer inserts. This technology was first utilized on the STX Fuse head in the mid-2000’s and it moved to the Deuce shortly afterward, but never migrated to another head. STX made the most of the Deuce mold, though and, like any great character actor, it endured a long and tumultuous life. Salute. (Kyle Devitte)
29. Warrior Finalizer
This is a controversial head because it is on this list for reasons that are somewhat unique. The Finalizer is here because it was used (and developed) by one of the most electric lacrosse players in the history of the sport. It’s basically the first player signature head without being the first player signature head. Syracuse supernova Mikey Powell used the Finalizer for his championship senior season in 2004 at the home of the Dome Gods and everyone took notice. Despite Syracuse being a Brine sponsored team (this was before New Balance acquired Brine in 2006), Mikey P used a Finalizer anyway. The head was named after Powell’s signature move behind the cage; chained dodges that often left poles tackled by gravity and goalies raking the ball out of the back of the net. The Finalizer had a scoop that was so flat you could use it in lieu of a ruler in a geometry class and a face shape that had an insane flare that made the head look like a hollow spatula. That is not to say that the design didn’t work, it did, but it wasn’t great off the ground and only caught on with attackmen or players that bought into the hype. The Finalizer has an important place in lacrosse history — it literally made it in the hands of our brightest wizard — but in the end it fell short of expectations. Wait; is it too late to change this entry to the Brine Swerve? (KD)
28. Brine Nitrous
Long and awkward with a strangely wide throat, the Nitrous looks more like a Frisbee that melted on a drainage grate than a transcendent piece of lacrosse history. But all you have to do is turn the head to the side and take a gander to see the thing that makes this head important — stringing holes. If you have only played lacrosse for the last five to ten years, you could be tricked into thinking that the Nitrous was the first head from a brand new lacrosse company. It was the first head to attempt the “Why are there so many stringing holes, what am I going to do now?” look. (Stringer anxiety is real, friends.) The Nitrous was not the best, but it was certainly the first head to induce such a reaction, and for that it belongs on the list. (KD)
27. Brine Vapor
Part of Brine’s early millennium run of do-it-all heads, the Vapor was a mid-tier option chock full of Brine’s trademark tech. The Vapor was highlighted by a medium offset that resembled the original Edge paired with cored out scoop and a reinforced side rail. That rail looked a lot like the slatted ring that ran along the sides of the Brine Shotgun, but didn’t have the clumsy connection point at the throat. The Vapor was a midfielder’s head, but it could be used all over the field; durable enough to take a few whacks on the end of a long pole and light enough to be used by a shy attackman. Sounds pretty average, so why is it on the list? The Vapor was one of the first heads to represent the now-extinct mid-range price point; a category that offered all-around performance and technology without looking like a scaled down version of another head with a compromised design. The Vapor didn’t have a lot of longevity, but it has a place as the ultimate back up stick for a bencher on a budget. (KD)
26. STX Stallion
The STX Stallion has seen many different shapes and forms since it’s initial release in 2011. The Stallion lands itself at No. 26 because of the “C-Channel” technology that it introduced. STX began to use the C-Channel in all of their heads at that time, because after all, offensive players like stiff heads. Stiff was no longer code to describe a head as bulky and overweight; stiffness now meant consistency and power. C-Channel technology also addressed a common issue in lacrosse heads at the time. Summer lacrosse was expanding exponentially, making heat an issue for offensive heads during recruiting season. The Stallion separated itself from its popular predecessor the Proton Power by becoming shorter and stiffer. At the time of the release, Kyle Harrison brought the head to the fore by using his signature mid-high pocket followed with a nylon and two U’s — something only stringers ever truly appreciated. This head was a ground ball vacuum; the angle and design allowed you to skim across any surface sucking up GB’s and the mid/high offset locked the ball into the pocket. If you look at the transition from the Profile to the Primer to the Proton, you can see how they evolved into the Stallions face shape. This head was built for middies in mind but worked for any position. Once strung, the head had excellent hold due to the narrowed bottom third of the head. It’s rare that future generations surpass the original. While the 500 was a misstep due to a manufacturing flaw, the 550 and 700 were improvements on a design that worked even better with a modern update. (Tommy Lyons and Kevin Henry)
25. Brine Cyber
Heads have been marketed as “light” since the first plastic head was invented. However, the first head of the 2000’s to combine that attribute with a new-look geometry and tensile strength was the Brine Cyber. You may not remember the Cyber as fondly as I, but it was introduced in a time before New Balance acquired Brine and just before the boom of weird and crazy innovation from arch enemies STX and Brine, who were too busy warring with one another to address the real elephant in the room — Warrior. The Cyber was part of a group of heads that were designed and marketed to players that wanted to use more than just the latest and greatest; the Brine line of men’s heads from the early 2000’s emphasized design and function cues that we recognize as standard today. Things like weight, face shape, offset and aesthetics were a hallmark of the Brine oeuvre and the Cyber was, forgive the term, the sexiest damn head on the field. A failed reboot that met modern specs was attempted, and probably what you remember, but it was a shadow of the first version. (KD)
24. DeBeer (Gait) Triton
The Triton is weird looking now and it was weird looking when it came out. The Gait Triton is, essentially, three concentric circles cut in half and lay out on top of a plush bed of extra wide stringing holes with a wild up-turned scoop. It shouldn’t work. It can’t work. But it did and it still does. Gait was known for their unconventional designs, but outside of the Torque — which was far more traditional in its design — they saw limited success with those more unorthodox offerings. The Triton was really their only other triumph on the men’s side and, like the Torque; it caught on with our neighbors to the north first and then trickled down to college fields. The ball could sit in multiple locations, making the head suitable for all manner of pockets. But it was the release that made the head what it was; smooth thanks to a wide scoop and quick thanks to a minimal offset. The Triton was for everyone that loved the Torque — squishy plastic and all — but still craved a flat scoop for better control off the grass/turf. Forgotten by many, but revered by some, the Triton has a place on this list, even if that place is the honorary ranking of: “Wait, what is that? Does that work? Wow…” (KD)
23. Warrior Razer
Before the original Razer came out in the early 2000’s, everyone in the lacrosse community was under the impression that Razor was spelled with an “O” and that tighter face shapes meant better performance. However, the good folks at Warrior looked at the landscape and went, “what if both of those things were wrong?” As a result, an entire generation of lacrosse-loving gear heads spelled the word “Razor” wrong for the rest of their life and a new movement towards wider face shapes, minimalism and tapered sidewalls began. The Razer had a thicker, flatter, scoop than other Warrior heads at the time as well as a truly slight sidewall construction. Instead of stylized lines or slats, the Razer’s sidewall was more a hanging hook, with the bottom curve melding into the stringing holes and then sliding up to the face as it straightens out. The result is an aesthetically pleasing presentation. The Razer didn’t invent the gradual flare, but it certainly popularized it. If you look head on at an original Razer and compare it to several heads on the market today you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference. In addition, the Razer was one of the first heads to truly be developed and product tested by professional lacrosse players so you know its pedigree. (KD)
22. STX X2
Controversial statement: the STX X2 is still the best head in the Excalibur line. It uses the same Excalibur sidewall design, but unlike the STX Raptor before it, the X2 starts with an even level at the throat and uses the full two inches allowed to create a maximum pocket depth. There aren’t a lot of stringing holes, or rather, there are for the time, but they were widely spaced down the sidewall, which is something that is improved in the modernized version of this design — STX’s X10. So, why claim that the X2 is better than the X10 if it’s basically the same head? Because the X2 is indestructible. There is a substantial amount of nylon/plastic in this head so all of that material paired with the structural integrity of the triangular Excalibur sidewall pattern and the beefy throat means that the head is heavy, but you’ll only ever need to buy one. That’s why you can still find used X2’s from a decade ago that are still fully functional today. It’s not revolutionary in its design, but if the goal was to make a head that can survive anything short of an apocalypse, the X2 was an unadulterated success. (KD)
21. Warrior Evo Pro
This head was so impactful that it inspired the 2010 rule change. So, if you hate the Evo Pro that’s a pretty good reason. However, one thing you cannot drag the Evo Pro for is its impact on the game as the first head to bring channels — albeit inadvertently — to the forefront. The tightest face shape in field lacrosse history has made the Evo Pro what it is. In many other ways it’s another [derivative] Evolution design. But when you meld the face shape with the thickness of the sidewalls and combine that with the low weight and the absolute minimum (or maximum, depending on where you are talking about on the head) legal specs of the time, you create something spectacular. Incredible ball retention mixed with a powerful release is a pedestrian way to describe it — this head shoved everyone into the next phase of lacrosse design and rule changes and for that it remains badass. (KD)
Razor Thin Margin in Top 20 Women’s Matchups
Razor Thin Margin in Top 20 Women’s Matchups
Sat Mar 9 2019 | Brian Logue | College
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No. 2 Maryland stayed unbeaten, topping No. 4 Syracuse 12-11 in overtime on Kali Hartshorn’s goal in College Park. It was one of seven NCAA Division I games decided by a single goal on Saturday.
Unbeaten Maryland was pushed to the brink once again, but the No. 2 Terps found a way and beat No. 4 Syracuse 12-11 in overtime at Maryland Stadium.
The Terps (6-0) needed overtime two weeks ago to beat North Carolina and were held to a season-low 12 goals on Saturday, but veterans Kali Hartshorn and Megan Taylor delivered in the clutch.
Hartshorn, a junior attacker, scored the game-wining goal and also had nine draw controls to help the Terps to an 18-8 advantage in the circle.
Kali Hartshorn is clutch. No. 2 @MarylandWLax over No. 4 @CuseWLAX 12-11 in OT. Giles 3g, Taylor 12sv for Terps. Hawryschuk 4g for Orange pic.twitter.com/omp4yfP5o7
— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 9, 2019
Taylor, a senior goalie, held Syracuse scoreless for the final 16 minutes, made four saves in the final seven minutes of regulation with the score tied 11-11, and finished with 12 saves overall.
“I’m so proud of my team today,” said Maryland head coach Cathy Reese. “We had our ups and downs but proud of the way we rebounded and fought for the entire 60-plus minutes to come away with a victory against a really strong and talented Syracuse team.”
Senior Jen Giles led the Terps with five points (3g, 2a).
Emily Hawryschuk had four goals for Syracuse and her goal with 11:55 to play tied the game 11-11. Asa Goldstock made 10 saves for the Orange (6-2).
North Carolina Overcomes Game Virginia Squad
North Carolina head coach Jenny Levy has dominated the series against her alma mater, Virginia, but that was hardly evident on Saturday.
The Tar Heels (5-1, 1-0 ACC) came into the game having beaten the Cavaliers five straight times and 14 of the last 15, but No. 7 Virginia took No. 3 North Carolina to the wire before falling 13-12.
North Carolina had plenty of opportunities to put it away, taking leads of 5-2, 9-5 and 10-7, but Virginia went on a 5-1 run midway through the second half to move in front 12-11 on Avery Shoemaker’s goal with 10:14 remaining.
Jamie Ortega tied the game on a free position shot with 6:55 to play and on UNC’s next possession, Katie Hoeg found Tayler Warehime for the go-ahead goal with 5:35 left.
Tayler Warehime from Katie Hoeg with 5:35 left is the winner as @uncwlax edges @UVAWomensLax 13-12 in a hard-fought battle. Taylor McDaniels 4g for UNC and Avery Shoemaker 4g for Virginia. pic.twitter.com/JwGqPpmGVz
— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 9, 2019
North Carolina goalie Taylor Moreno made two saves in the final three minutes to make Warehime’s goal stand up as the winner.
Sophmore Taylor McDaniels scored four goals to lead North Carolina and Ortega and Warehime each scored three goals.
Shoemaker led Virginia (6-2, 0-2 ACC) with four goals and Maggie Jackson and Sammy Mueller each scored three times.
Belodeau Stars in Penn Win
No. 5 Penn stayed unbeaten at 6-0 behind stellar efforts from Zoe Belodeau and Mikaila Cheeseman in an 8-7 victory over No. 19 Georgetown at Franklin Field.
Belodeau had a hand in all but one of Penn’s goals, scoring five goals to go along with two assists. Her goal with 5:13 remaining was the game-winner. Gabby Rosenzweigh had one of her assists on the winning goal.
Zoe Belodeau with the winner and Mikaila Cheesman with 12 saves, including a late stop as @PennWomensLax stays unbeaten with an 8-7 win over Georgetown. pic.twitter.com/id6epM5tqM
— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 9, 2019
Cheeseman came into the game ranked second in the nation with 60.7 save percentage and she was solid once again. Cheeseman and the Penn defense held Georgetown scoreless for the final 15 minutes of the game, and Cheeseman made 12 saves, including a late stop to help preserve the win.
Francesca Whitehurst led Georgetown (5-2) with three goals. The Hoyas outshot Penn 30-17, but convereted just 2 of 9 free position shots in the game.
Princeton Streaks Past Stony Brook
The offensive fireworks were going all game, but No. 12 Princeton had the final blast, scoring five straight goals to close the game and beat No. 17 Stony Brook 15-14.
Princeton (4-1) scored the first three goals of the game, but saw Stony Brook rip off a four-goal run in the first half and then string together six straight goals in the second half. Back-to-back Stony Brook goals by Sara Moeller and Ally Kennedy gave the Seawolves a 14-10 lead with 14:03 left.
Elizabeth George scored with 10:01 left to start Princeton’s game-closing run. Kyla Sears tied it with 4:08 left and Tess D’Orsi gave the Tigers a 15-14 lead with 2:06 remaining.
Tess D’Orsi with the game-winner as @princetonwlax scores the last five goals to rally past @StonyBrookWLAX 15-14 in a thriller. Kyla Sears 6g for Tigers, Ally Kennedy 5g for SB. pic.twitter.com/akT7Gz8zZx
— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 9, 2019
Princeton goalie Sam Fish had 13 saves in the game and sealed the deal on a save with 35 seconds remaining.
Sears had six goals and two assists for Princeton and George had three goals and four assists.
Kennedy led Stony Brook (2-3) with five goals.
• No. 1 Boston College was tied with Northwestern early in the second half, but a prolifiic offensive night ended in a 22-17 victory. Dempsey Arsenault had seven goals for BC and Kenzie Kent added five goals and four assists. Selena Lasota scored five goals for Northwestern.
• No. 20 Florida avoided an upset, scoring the final two goals of the game to beat High Point 16-15. Lindsey Ronbeck tied the game with 3:39 left and Shannan Kavanagh scored the game-winner just 22 seconds later. Kavanagh and Ronbeck each scored five for Florida. Abby Hormes scored four for High Point.
Shannon Kavanagh scores with 3:17 left as @GatorsLAX score final two goals and avoid upset bid by @hpuwlax. Florida wins 16-15. Kavanagh and Lindsey Ronbeck each score five. pic.twitter.com/GJeeGEP4r6
— US Lacrosse Magazine (@USLacrosseMag) March 9, 2019
• No. 8 Johns Hopkins trailed Hofstra 5-4 at the half, but scored the first four goals of the second half and went on to post a 15-11 victory over the Pride. Mackenzie Heidberg (4g, 2a) and Maggie Schneidereith (3g, 4a) led the Blue Jays offense and Haley Crosson made 14 saves.
• Kelly Larkin scored six goals and Andie O’Sullivan added five as No. 16 Navy bounced back from a tough loss to No. 1 Boston College on Wednesday with an 18-12 win over Brown.
• No. 16 Duke and Louisville were tied 1-1 just over three minutes into their game when severe weather forced the game to be postponed until Sunday.
• Playing without leading scorer Madison Carter, Penn State overcame a 6-3 halftime deficit to beat Albany 11-9. Kristin Roberto and Delaney Muldoon each scored three times for the Nittany Lions while Sam Tortora had three goals and five assists for Albany.
• Cornell held Columbia to just two second half goals and Caroline Allen scored six goals as the Big Red improved to 2-0 in the Ivy League, rallying for a 12-9 victory after trailing 7-6 at the half.
Caroline Allen scored six times as Cornell won its third straight game, beating Columbia 12-9 in New York City. The Big Red improved to 2-0 in the Ivy League.
• Jill Rizzo made 15 saves and Baley Parrott scored five goals as Ohio State improved to 6-1 with a 13-7 win over Binghamton.
• Marist scored the final two goals of the game to edge LaSalle 12-11. Samantha Mehalick scored the game-winner with 3:28 left.
• Allison Turturro scored with 6:56 left to break a 13-13 tie and give Monmouth a 14-13 win over LIU Brooklyn.
• Isabelle Martire scored six goals as William & Mary downed Longwood 13-5.
Nike/US Lacrosse Division I Top 20
No. 1 Boston College 22, No. 10 Northwestern 17
No. 2 Maryland 12, No. 4 Syracuse 11 (OT)
No. 3 North Carolina 13, No. 7 Virginia 12
No. 5 Penn 8, No. 19 Georgetown 7
No. 8 Johns Hopkins 15, Hofstra 11
No. 12 Princeton 15, No. 17 Stony Brook 14
No. 15 Duke at Louisville, ppd. until 3/10
No. 16 Navy 18, Brown 12
No. 20 Florida 16, High Point 15
Bryant 17, Niagara 13
Coastal Carolina 14, Delaware 10
Cornell 12, Columbia 9
George Mason 17, Iona 6
George Washington 12, Robert Morris 6
Holy Cross 21, Hartford 9
Liberty 14, Furman 10
Manhattan 13, Sacred Heart 4
Marist 12, LaSalle 11
Monmouth 14, LIU Brooklyn 13
Mount St. Mary’s 13, Radford 5
Ohio State 17, Binghamton 7
Penn State 11, Albany 9
Saint Joseph’s 16, Lafayette 12
Temple 16, UMBC 12
Villanova 13, Drexel 9
William & Mary 13, Longwood 5
The future is bright for the men’s lacrosse team despite winless spring – The Lafayette
The Lafayette men’s lacrosse team went 0-11 this spring, but you wouldn’t know it talking to head coach Pat Myers.
In the highly competitive Patriot League, wins are hard to come by in the sport. Myers already knows this, as his squad hasn’t beaten a conference opponent during his three seasons on College Hill.
But what the lacrosse team does have is a budding program stacked with talented young players and a coach who believes in taking it one step at a time. Despite the uphill battle, Myers embraces the challenge.
“This season from the get-go was about making progress as a program,” Myers said. “It’s always been about creating a winning program, not necessarily a winning season at this point.”
Consider the progress made. A year ago, during a pandemic-shortened spring, Lafayette played five games against ranked opponents and lost all five by an average of 11 goals. Not exactly a razor-thin margin.
This spring, the Leopards faced an identical five ranked teams and once again lost each game. But this time, the average margin of defeat was just 5.6 goals, including a three-point loss to undefeated and seventh-ranked Lehigh in mid-April.
“I think our guys are very self-aware that we are building something here,” Myers said. “We’re starting from the bottom and working our way up. I think they were excited with the progress they saw on the field.”
Myers said the team got better as the season wore on, evidenced by three narrow losses to ranked opponents. The Leopards dropped games to seventh-ranked Lehigh (11-14), 19th-ranked Loyola Maryland (7-11) and 12th-ranked Navy (10-14) to wrap up the spring.
While the top-tier competition doesn’t necessarily translate to a gaudy win-loss record, it does force the players to work hard and be their best.
“That’s why kids want to play at Lafayette and why they want to be a part of this program and what we’re building,” Myers said. “They know that they’re playing in a really competitive league against top-15 teams week in and week out.”
“And we embrace that challenge,” he added. “It’s forced us to raise the bar for this program.”
A gigantic freshman class has played a significant role in raising that bar. The team boasts 19 first years on a roster with 51 players, and many of the young guys have already made their mark: the Leopards’ four top goal-scorers are all freshmen.
Despite beginning their collegiate careers without the usual ‘fall ball’ leading up to the season, the new players “came in and made their mark right away.”
“While they had a ton of success this year, and I’m incredibly proud of them, I think what makes them unique is their humility and their work ethic, and knowing that they’re scratching the surface,” Myers said. “They are already ready to get back in the weight room and get back to work.”
Freshman attacker Peter Lehman is one of the many young talents on the Lafayette roster, leading the team with 20 goals and tying for the top spot in points with 24. Lehman was honored as the Patriot League Rookie of the Year on Tuesday, but he wouldn’t take any of the credit for himself.
“It definitely feels good, but those individual awards really are team awards,” Lehman said. “It’s better to see us making progress as a team.”
Lehman isn’t the only rookie atop the statistical leaderboard for Lafayette. Fellow first-year attackers Charlie Cunniffe and Carter Cecil are second and third, respectively, in goals. Five of the top six scorers on the team are freshmen, and the sixth—Macklin Fitzpatrick—is a sophomore.
“Just seeing the leaders of the team settle into their roles and seeing these young guys really blossom out on the field, obviously starting with Peter, was really fun to see,” Myers said. “It leaves you going into the offseason with a ton of excitement.”
This past Saturday’s game against Navy also served as Senior Day for the team’s five members of the graduating class. Co-captain Bryan Hess, and classmates Jake Floyd-Jones, Andrew Robbins, John Natoli and Gabe Smithline were honored during a pregame ceremony.
The team’s class of 2021 has gradually dwindled over the past few years, with some turnover occurring during the coaching transition after the sudden passing in fall 2017 of freshman McCrae Williams, who was going to be a goalie with the program.
“Anytime there’s a transition…you have to start from scratch,” Myers said. “The commitment to the Lafayette lacrosse lifestyle is not for everybody. But the guys that stuck with it over these last three years I’m incredibly grateful for.”
Above all, many of the players simply enjoyed the chance to compete this spring. While the team didn’t quite get their normal slate of games, this season was nearly twice as long as the one last spring.
“The opportunity just to be out there with the pandemic was motivating in and of itself to be able to play the game that we love,” Myers said. “They just kept their heads down, kept working, kept getting better and fought to the very last whistle.”
Don’t expect that approach to change anytime soon.
A Lacrosse Weekend 8.21.21
Aug 21, 2021
Welcome to “A Lacrosse Weekend” my weekly compilation of thoughts, ideas, stories, myths, truths, about the great game of lacrosse. I hope you enjoy it!
If you are a men’s or women’s lacrosse player, coach, or parent, I think you will love the weekly content, videos, and analysis!
I love watching PLL games and i’m pumped about my favorite team The PLL Chaos winning their quarterfinal game vs Archers. Head Coach Andy Towers has made a move to a full Canadian line up on offense with the exception of Mac O’Keefe, who plays like a Canadian and played Jr A Box Lacrosse in Orangeville, Ontario. Simultaneously, AT has prioritized “Team first guys” which is creating the type of chemistry you need in order to come away with favorable results when the competition is at its highest and the margin for winning or losing is razor thin.
Here’s why I think AT’s Canadian Line up combined with “Team first guys” is so smart:
- Box lacrosse is a game that teaches players to be great shooters because they generally take great shots, they prioritize getting to the middle / shooting with their sticks to the middle and from within their range, usually with screens and insane deception.
- The Box lacrosse Paradigm creates offense from the chaos (no pun intended) of passing, picking on and off ball simultaneously, cutting, and dodging difficult approaches within an amoeba (no recognize-able set). Defenses would much rather defend from a set, where they know who the sliders / second sliders will be, and when the dodges coming etc.
- Canadians are somewhat interchangeable if they have the “Team First” attitude. One would think losing Chris Cloutier would be a big problem for the Chaos offense, but Kyle Jackson plugged in and the offense didn’t skip a beat as Jackson had 4-2 in the game. Why, because the players the Chaos are playing: A) have the skill set / IQ set he wants and B) are just as fine with making the simple and correct team play that presents itself such as swinging the ball, moving it early in 2man games, picking for someone else as they are with dodging, feeding or shooting.
Swinging the Ball During Simultaneous 2man Games
Watch this clip of the Chaos offense out of their Pairs look initiating the offense with the lefty side and a little “Rattle” look from O’Keefe, then the lefties swing it to the righties who run an immediate pass down pick down while the lefty Byrne picks for O’Keefe’s Flare Cut. This is beautiful offense!
Sometimes the Chaos initiate with a Single Invert but notice that when the ball kicks up, the picking motions and unscripted movements create a great dodging situation when a short stick ends up on Josh Byrne. The defense feels the have to slide and help and it leaves a backside lay up opportunity. Unlike in the “Field Lacrosse Paradigm” where dodging is predictable and in a “Set”, when mismatch type dodges occur in the Box Paradigm, the defense is in compromised positions to slide and second slide.
Here is another example of the Chaos taking advantage a sudden isolation from a great 1v1 match up. The unpredictable Amoeba type of offense exposes the defense while they’re trying to help but are unsure who should slide / 2nd slide. The combination of on and off bll picking and no set formation it makes it extremely difficult on the defense to be coordinated on their slides and collapse.
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This next play is classic box lacrosse with incredible on ball and off ball picking combined with ball movement! First Byrne picks for O’Keefe who carries topside drawing the switch, then Berg picks for O’Keefe who moves the ball brilliantly in the middle of the two man game, causing a moment of communication to figure out who’s guarding whom, taking them out of the possibility of helping down on the Jackson up pick slip for Byrne, the original picker in the play, which is a Spain Look with the Slip being open!
Nations Looks and More!
This play is so sick! A Nations (Two pass pick and roll) executed to perfection with O’Keefe moving the ball in the middle of the two man game, where two players were momentarily engaged with the ball allowing Smith to be open on the cut to the net. Notice Dhane Smith moving up to pick off ball during this Nations look that took his man out of the ability to help on this play.
One of the keys to running a box lacrosse style offenses is NOT to look for your own pick and roll, but rather move the ball early in the 2man game to a 3rd player. Looking for your own 2man game can work but often leads to turn overs and stalls the flow of the offense.
Not looking for your own Pick & Roll has several benefits:
- The picker will still be open on the nations look
- The defense has to guard the nations look and the give and go which disables their ability to help in the next situation (see how much space Dhane Smith has to dodge here, while the defense guards O’Keefe’s 2pointer and the Nations cut.
- Early passes in 2man games create difficult approaches to the next play because the defender of the eventual receiver is reading the situation as his man is two passes away.
- If O’Keefe had carried through the 2man game, the picker / nations cutter would have been less open and Smith’s man would have been able to apply ball pressure with a simple on time approach.
Box on The Field in Women’s Lacrosse
Some would say that in order to run this Box Lacrosse style offense you would have to have pro level players / box players to have success, but this past spring we ran a Box Lacrosse offense for our ThunderRidge HS girls team using the principles of picking on and off ball combined with ball movement.
Here is a video of all the offensive possessions of our quarterfinal game at Cherry Creek HS. Notice one of our players was being face guarded, and it didn’t slow down the motions, and picking, because the players knew how to read the defense.
If you watch closely you will see the ball swinging, multiple Nations Looks, girls reading the defense on picks: are they switching or are they staying? If they’re staying, are they going under or over the picks?
The Backyard Curriculum [LEARN MORE]
A lot of kids are working hard, but few are actually getting better at the game itself.
Read this article by Raymond Verhejein, a world renowned soccer coach: Isolated Technique Training Slows Down Development.
Most of the world is banging out #Reps on the bounce back, #Reps shooting balls on empty nets, #Reps dodging cones. #Reps in the speed ladder while cradling at the same time. While there is value in sharpening skills, these #Reps won’t actually make you better at playing the game.
In quarantine with my three kids, I created The Backyard Curriculum which is my greatest creation for player development. My kids and JM3 Athletes need to ACTUALLY get better at the game of lacrosse which means: We have to dodge people; Shoot on humans; Play defense versus live dodges; Manipulate defenders in 2man games on and off ball, etc.
I would say the best way to characterize The Backyard Curriculum is it teaches a “Feel” for the game.
- “Feel” for dodging: getting a step, cutting your defender off, hesitations, re-dodges, post ups,
- “Feel” for finishing: freezing a goalie, reaching far, twister near, a myriad of fakes
- “Feel” for faking: Multiple hitches, drags and pumps, backhand and BTB fakes
- “Feel” for 2man game: Hang up 2man, inviting your defender over, cat & mouse if they go under
- “Feel” for manipulating your man: backing defender off, inviting pressure, baiting, getting D’s stick up in the air
- “Feel” for looking a pass off while receiving it when you’re seemingly covered or recognizing the D isn’t looking at the ball and feeding the seemingly covered player
- “Feel” for Multiple Hitches and setting up approaching defenders
All the best players became the best players in the backyard! Get started today!
Deerfield Academy Running the Principles Based Offense
Last March I had the opportunity to work with the Deerfield Academy team because their coaches weren’t allowed to participate in Spring Break due to Covid restrictions. With the blessing of Head Coach Chip Davis, I installed what I call the Principles Based Offense which fits into a Box Paradigm offense. With picking on and off ball and ball movement as the foundation, this offense unlocked players’ creativity and ability to read the defense.
How To Install a Box Lacrosse Paradigm Style Offense
If you want to learn how to install and coach these offenses for men’s and women’s lacrosse, I will be producing a tremendous amount of content of the skills, drills, reads, concepts that will inserted into both the Men’s and Women’s JM3 Coaches Training Programs.
Learning to teach this offense will allow you to maximize the potential for all of your players: Your best players will have space and freedom to dodge without a set slide package while your off ball players will be able to avoid doing the things they’re not good at like trying to draw slides on command. Instead, they will be able to take advantage of creating off ball double teams and attacking approaches with an un-set defense and move the ball.
JM3 Recruiting Portal [LEARN MORE]
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If you want to learn more about college lacrosse recruiting, check. out the JM3 Recruiting Portal. I have compiled three years worth of blog posts, interviews, webinars, videos and podcasts to create a source for great recruiting information.
I have done podcasts with dozens of DI men’s and women’s coaches and have edited out the excerpts on recruiting. Find out what Lars Tiffany is looking for in a player. Understand how Kelly Amonte-HIller thinks about recruiting character!
- 34 Men’s Lacrosse video excerpts from The Phi-Lacrosse-ophy Podcasts
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- “Re-Classing, Repeating, and Red Shirting” with 3d New England’s Matt Rowley
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One of the exciting things about this product is that I will continually add new and updated content as I produce it!
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HWS: Girls’ Overnight Lacrosse Camp
GIRLS’ OVERNIGHT LACROSSE CAMP
What to pack
- Lacrosse stick and goggles
- Practice and casual clothing for the week
(sweatshirt, t-shirts, athletic shorts, sweater, pajamas, etc.)
- Twin sheets (extra long) or sleeping bag- Linens will not be provided to campers
- Towels and Washcloth
- Turf shoes
- Running shoes/ sneakers/ indoor shoes
- Rain gear
- Alarm clock
- Sunscreen lotion
- Cellular phone or calling card
- Toiletries (Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap, Razor, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, etc.)
- A limited amount of money to spend at the camp store and snack bar (camp bank is available to secure money)
- A small fan
- Shower Shoes
- Beach/extra towels for pool time
- Cooler/small refrigerator for drinks
- CD player or radio w/ headphones (boom boxes and stereos are discouraged)
- Other sport/recreation equipment
For information regarding the overnight and day camps, please contact:
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Clair Air Purifier Instruction Manual
|100-240 VAC / 50/60 Hz||DC 12V / 1.0A|
|power consumption||Min. 2W Max. 6 W|
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By combining three-stage filtration technology, the Clair CUBE air purifier improves collection efficiency than the existing single filtration system. The CUBE blows clean air from the back to the top, and the powerful CUBE fan just as quickly makes the indoor air more pleasant.
Innovative MAF Technology
MAF (Magnetic Air Filtering) technology has revolutionized the air purification industry by combining European patented plasma ionizers and E2F filters. In the charging section, air pollutants are charged with polarity (+, -), and in the collection section, these polar particles are captured between filters by electrostatic attraction. This process not only captures viruses, pollen, bacteria and VOCs, but also ultrafine dust with a radius of less than 0.1 micron.
Unlike conventional UV lamps, the Clair CUBE uses the in-direct bactericidal method of Violet blue light, which is harmless to humans and has excellent antibacterial capabilities. It helps to keep filter performance longer by sterilizing and removing various contaminants on the surface of the filter. The LED light can also be used as a mood in dark indoor spaces.
The Clair CUBE has a very low power consumption of only 6W even in high speed mode.This allows users to save money and enjoy fresh air all the time.
Removing large lumps of dust from the filter surface every 1-2 months ensures that the filter will last longer. Easy and simple replacement of a new filter by the user. (recommended filter change interval – 12 months)
Since the Clair CUBE produces less than 40 dB of noise even in high speed mode, it can be used while studying or sleeping without interfering.
Create natural harmony throughout the interior, while the 4-corner curvature of the product design creates a soft feel.
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90,000 Paternity (Dr. House) is… What is Paternity (Dr. House)?
“ Paternity ” is the second episode of the TV series Dr. House. In this episode, a 16-year-old schoolboy suffering from nightmares and hallucinations is injured while playing lacrosse. At the clinic, House meets with a mother who does not believe in vaccinations, and a lover of litigation.
House is skeptical of a Princeton-Plainsboro patient who complains of double vision and nighttime horrors.The reason for this is that the patient’s family has a letter allegedly written by House himself. House realizes that Cameron wrote the letter, but hears out the patient. The patient named Dan (played by Scott Meklowitz) is a 16-year-old lacrosse player who had recently hit his head (during a match). House treats the patient’s symptoms as concussion and poor vision, and is close to letting the boy go home. But then he notices Dan’s leg twitching, which is unusual for a waking person. House immediately agrees to take the patient and begins testing.
House believes that Dan’s father is not his true biological father, and makes a bet with Foreman about this. After a while, Dan again has night terrors. Nothing explains why until House finds a massive blockage in one of Dan’s blood vessels. House and his team try to relieve the pressure as quickly as possible, but conclude that the blockage isn’t causing all the symptoms. This is actually another symptom.
In the middle of the night, Dan is discovered to have disappeared from his bed.Cameron, Chase and Foreman look everywhere for him and soon find him on the roof. The patient has a hallucination and feels like he is in a lacrosse field. Chase grabs Dan just as the boy is about to step over the edge of the roof. House is alarmed by the development of the situation, because it rules out its previous version – multiple sclerosis. Cameron’s new diagnosis is neurosyphilis. To treat this disease, doctors plan to inject penicillin directly into the spinal cord, but during the injection Dan experiences auditory hallucinations and this rules out this diagnosis.House is baffled by the development of the situation and consults with Wilson. Dan’s parents are angry to learn that House is drinking coffee with Wilson while their son is dying. But House demonstrates to them a deep knowledge of Dan’s current state. He sends his parents to go to support Dan, and he grabs their coffee to do a DNA paternity test (for a bet with Foreman). Tests show that neither parent is biologically related to Dan (House wins a bet against Foreman, Cameron, Wilson, and Cuddy) and House comes up with a new idea.He recalls a child he had previously treated and whose mother was against vaccination.
House believes that as an infant, Dan contracted the measles virus from his biological mother (who may not have been vaccinated) and the virus mutated, remained latent for 16 years, and reappeared in his brain. To confirm House’s theory, and to avoid a dangerous brain biopsy, doctors do a biopsy of Dan’s retina.
Dan is making a full recovery. It turns out that Dan knew about his adoption (due to a dimple in his chin, which none of his parents had), but that doesn’t bother him – he loves his parents.At the end of the episode, it becomes clear that House played lacrosse as a young man. House is standing near the field (as if he came to Dan’s game), but then it turns out that there is no one else there. House takes his cane like a lacrosse stick and seems to be thinking back to the old days amid Ricky Lee Jones ‘s “On Saturday Afternoons in 1963 (Years May Go By)”.
Pilot series | Paternity | Occam’s Razor | Maternity | Damn you if you do this | Socrates Method | Honesty | Poison | Refusal of resuscitation | Stories | Detoxification | Sports Medicine | Damned | Control | Mafia Laws | Burden | Role model | Children and bath water | Children | Love is evil | Three stories | Honeymoon
90,000 Haircut 🛁 gifts 🎁 for Dad 👨 👧 👦 make him look good 👍 👀…
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Many men are realizing the benefits of looking after their skin and hair and haircut for dad gifts are getting higher. Where an aftershave is probably only a “beauty” gift for men, these days the toiletries section is full of products to help men look good. You might find it difficult to convince your dad if he is an older generation, but here are some great Beauty gifts for Father’s Day That will be well received.
Table of contents:
- Manready bath saturation
- Kiehl represented by fuel
- Manready beard treatment
- Harry Koenig D & Co shave set 4 pcs
- Sephora Cologne collectors
- 6 Gift card for dollar shaving club
- Hermes Vert Eau D’Orange Total Shampoo
- Ledbury Ancroft Shirt
- Lacrosse Silk Tie
- 10 The Art of Shaving
1 Manready Saturation Bath
The most important person in your life is to imagine the joy of a long bath.He can make a warm bath, pour in some of this soak and slip in to bask for a while. A glass of cold beer or your favorite wine won’t go well. The soak contains Dead Sea salts, so his skin will feel great and stress and tension will be washed away.
2 Kiehl in the face of fuel
Specially formulated for men, this cream is a vitamins and energy formulation designed to wake up and lift dull and tired looking skin.It also contains SPF to help protect against sun damage. Chestnut extract, vitamins E and C and soy all help improve texture and look.
3 Manready beard treatment
It seems that the current trend is showing a new find respect for the beard. Every person who frolics someone with facial hair. But the best facial hair and beards need TLC. Described as a superfood for the beard, this lotion is packed with nutrients and essential oils to nourish and moisturize the skin and hair of the beard area.
4 Harry Koenig D & Co Shave Kit 4 Piece
If your dad prefers a clean shaven look, you can’t go wrong with this kit. She looks so good it can even convert men to use electric wet shavers. Hanging on the stand is an elegant silver color display, the set contains a razor, brush, bowls and soap.
5 Sephora Cologne Collections
As a woman, you know how difficult it is to find a new scent that you love.The same goes for men. My dad wore the same two after shaves for about 15 years, until we convinced him to try something new. It’s not manly to stand in a perfume store, wafting testers all over the place – if you’re a die-hard metrosexual – so make it easy for him. This Cologne compilation allows dad to try it at home until he finds one (s) he loves. And it comes with a voucher to use against the purchase of a full size product.
6 Dollar Shave Gift Card Club
Certainly the easiest way to get a clean, close shave every day.Club Dollar Shave delivers quality shaving tools right to your dad’s door. Fully flexible, he can choose the type of razor, blade, type, frequency of goods, etc. And there is a wide range of complementary care products too.
7 Hermes Vert Eau D’Orange Total Shampoo
Yes, it costs $ 40 +, but what I love about it is that it comes in the signature Hermes orange flag. You just know that this is a small luxury package. Formulated for hair and body that dad isn’t going to love about this bath / shower time?
8 Ledbury Ancroft shirt
Dad will love this light weight summer dress shirt for whatever occasion he needs to dress up while staying cool. Not to mention, it will look pretty dang stylish and beautiful to wear a nice shirt like this! Your dad will not be disappointed with this gift one bit. 🙂
9 Lacrosse Silk Tie
If your dad is the type that wears a tie, he will love this gift.While it may seem rather cliché, this sleek red tie with a cute (Sorry Manly) design, your dad will be one big looking dude when he rocks this gift.
10 art of shaving
Cream, balm, oil, oh my! This shaving kit has everything your dad needs to get started on a good clean shave to have a smooth face in the office (or wherever he works). So buy him this gift, he will like it and will not disappoint!
From drugstores to designer brands, there are many really great products that can help Dad look good. What do you think your dad will be most appreciated as a Father’s Day gift ?
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Doctor House 1 season watch online
The House Medical TV series follows the lame diagnostician Dr. House and his team of doctors, Robert Chase, Allison Cameron and Eric Foreman, who solve a rare case every day.House’s plot revolves around billionaire Vogler, who donated $ 100 million to the clinic and became the hospital’s new chairman of the board. According to Vogler, doctors are wasting his money on expensive medicines for patients. The businessman cuts salaries, and the head of the department, Dr. House, is forced to fire one doctor. The cast includes actor Chi McBride, who plays Vogler in 5 episodes. Initially, the hero was not planned, but Universal Studios threatened to reduce the number of episodes by 6 episodes if the series does not introduce a boss.We offer to watch online TV series Doctor House for free in good quality on a tablet and phone with iOS and Android TV series in Russian in LostFilm.
The creators of the series had to submit to the imperious film studio. There was even a possibility of Vogler returning, but the audience did not like him. Actress Sela Ward, co-star in Season 2, starred in the last two episodes as Stacy Warner, Greg’s ex-wife. The series earned a high rating from Nielsen. 13.3 million people watched each episode online.In 2004, the series was included in the list of 24 TV series, they were watched most often. Hugh Laurie nominated the Detox series for an Emmy in 2005 and received an Outstanding Lead Actor nomination for Outstanding Performance.
Watch online 1 season “Dr. House” all episodes in good quality HD 1080p
Description Dr. House Season 1
Dr. House is a mischievous and embittered diagnostician. If you are sick, then it is worth bypassing Gregory, because he does not know sympathy for the patient.But finding yourself on the brink of death, when no one can diagnose and treat, it’s time to go to the genius known as Dr. House. He is a brilliant doctor, infectious disease specialist, a unique person. His methods of treatment, similar to the logic of renowned detectives and illegal methods of a criminal, always bring positive results in the form of the patient’s recovery and do not lead to mistakes. Almost … For him, the patient’s condition and personal ailment is a mystery that the doctor must solve while the patient is alive. House is the hardest person, Greg is unbearable to work with and needs help.The genius with a cane underwent a difficult operation on his leg and is in terrible pain, which is why Dr. House became addicted to Vicodin. He is lonely, getting along only with James Wilson. Wilson tolerates the doctor’s antics. With the remaining staff of the hospital, including the interns and the head physician of the clinic, the diagnostician is not in the most trusting relationship, Cuddy is forced to endure. He does not fulfill his direct duties, Greg considers them boring. And the only thing that can hook House’s mind is a unique situation related to the patient’s well-being.
Actors Dr. House Season 1
Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard, Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Jesse Spencer, Jennifer Morrison, Peter Jacobson, Olivia Wilde, Cal Penn, Amber Tamblyn
Director: Greg Yaytans, Deran Sarafyan, David Streighton. Genres: TV series, detective stories, dramas. Release date: 2004-2010. Translation: Polyphonic LostFilm, AlexFilm, Cube in Cuba, NewStudio. Country: USA.
Dr. House Season 1 Episode List:
1) Pilot: Kindergarten teacher Rebecca Adler has speech impairments.In severe convulsions, Rebecca is taken to the hospital. House Wilson, bored at the Princeton-Plainsboro Clinic …
2) Paternity: A new patient at Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital is a guy after a lacrosse injury who suffers from nightmares and double vision. Doctor …
3) Occam’s Razor: An infectious disease specialist reluctantly accepts hospital patients with what Gregory thinks are boring. A guy who has lost consciousness during sex is brought to the hospital …
4) Maternity: A newborn has a heart attack in the maternity ward of the hospital.Doctors Foreman, Chase and Cameron understand that a sharp drop in blood pressure and intestinal obstruction …
5) Damned If You Do: The doctor has very unusual visitors today. Three nuns accompany Sister Augustine to the hospital with wounds on her arms that look like …
6) The Socratic Method: Lucy, the mother of an adult son, is admitted to Princeton Hospital with a strange illness. A blood clot in the patient’s leg moves to the heart …
7) Fidelity: The husband returns home from his morning run to find his wife unconscious on the floor of the apartment.Allison Cameron forces stubborn Dr. House to examine a young …
8) Poison: Schoolboy Matt Davis begins severe hallucinations and the teenager loses consciousness. At the hospital, Greg examines his new case, and believes that the loss of consciousness of a teenager …
9) Refusal to resuscitate / DNR: While recording sound, famous jazz musician suffocates. The patient’s personal physician from the hospital reports that he has pneumonia. Dr. House was interested in the reasons …
10) Histories: The plot tells the story of a homeless patient who passed out in a drug frenzy.Patient admitted to Princeton Hospital reports headache …
11) Detoxification / Detox: In a car, a girl gets into an accident, noticing that her boyfriend is coughing up blood. In the hospital, the cough does not go away. While in the sterile room, the infection continues …
12) Sports Medicine / Sports Medicine: The plot tells the story of a baseball player who is seriously injured. Tests of the injured athlete show a broken arm due to the loss of …
13) Cursed: While playing with the Ouija board, the boy receives a frightening prediction of death.The boy is taken to the Princeton clinic in serious condition, the patient’s father …
14) Control: The plot tells about a successful businesswoman who is paralyzed at a meeting. The patient should close the page of an ideal life or rather seek help from a brilliant …
15) Mob Rules: A witness who opposes the mafia becomes a patient of a doctor with a cane. The patient is unconscious, in a coma, on the eve of the trial. Brother of the sick …
16) Heavy: At school, while in physical education class, a plump girl suddenly loses consciousness.The schoolgirl’s mom asks Gregory to find out the reasons for the fainting. The mother is completely sure that the excess weight …
17) Role Model: Senator Harry Wright, presidential candidate, speaks to voters. Wright suddenly experiences dizziness and passes out. At Princeton Hospital Harry …
18) Babies and Bathwater: A pregnant patient is taken to the hospital. The patient of the clinic is a woman who managed to get pregnant through IVF. But feeling unwell represents …
19) Children / Kids: There is a real turmoil at the Princeton hospital, an epidemic of meningitis has begun, and there are simply not enough doctors’ hands for all patients.House is trying to get Allison back on the team. Vogler left …
20) Love Hurts: The diagnostician meets a new needy patient in the hospital in the corridor. After a conversation with James Wilson, the diagnostician stumbles upon a client, who spills the contents on the doctor …
21) Three Stories: The clinic’s chief physician, Cuddy, persuades Greg to replace Riley’s physician and teach interns.