Old School Lacrosse Pictures
Hey everyone! Hope you’re having a great Christmas! I was swamped this week with gift buying, travel, and family so I didn’t have time to write up a post.
However the other day I was searching for images for my day job and I came across a bunch of amazing old school lacrosse photos from the Library of Congress photo depository.
I also discovered a pretty solid collection of old school lacrosse photos on Getty Images which I’ve embedded below.
So today’s post is a quick, fun one so you can see the magic that is old school lacrosse.
Has the equipment from any other sport evolved as radically as the sport of lacrosse? Can’t think of another.
Old School Lacrosse Photos
And for the grand finale I introduce to you my favorite old school lacrosse photo. Demonstrating the old school goalie technique of the parallel to the ground dive save aka the Superman.
I’ll be back next week with a regular post. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed this series of old school lacrosse photos.
How about that goalie with no chest protector? I guess when you have the US Army looking on padding is optional. Amazing.
Interesting how much the game has evolved since these days.
Until next time! Coach Damon
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