On Saturday the 14th of October, the Maastricht Lacrosse Women’s Team joined other clubs from Trier, Saarbrücken, Kaiserslautern and Luxembourg for a Lacrosse Game Day in Trier. It turned out to be a sunny and nice day for the ladies, with many playing their first games after the Newcomer Tournament. 8 Lamasitas traveled all the way down to Trier for a small-field game day. The women played 6 a side with two 15 min periods per game. In order to give new players enough playing
better late than ever, we want to share the gamer report from the match Maastricht/Aachen vs. Kaiserslautern with you… Sometimes it is in your head and not in your legs – Tough loss against Kaiserslautern Sunday the 1st of November , our players from Maastricht traveled with the Aachen team to the away game in Kaiserslautern. A sunny November day promised best conditions for a tough Lacrosse game. The opponent was not to underestimate and every player was prepared for a ha
Interested what being a Lacrosse coach, board member, or player is like? Never seen Lacrosse in real life before? Maaslax would like to introduce you to a number of its coaches, board members, and players. Interesting insights into the team and and the sport are a promise, but check it out yourself! This interview will be starring Carlos Reichard, the men team’s offence coach. How long have you been coaching? Round about 3 years, give or take. My coaching journey began back w
Maaslax’s promotions engines are running at 100% at the moment! You might have met us already during the Sportsday of the INKOM last week. Hundreds of students had the possibility to get used to playing Lacrosse, doing some passing and having some shots on the goal. Maaslax is always looking for you! Thus, we are promoting during the Introduction Week. Find us today at the SBE at the Kruithuis Garden. Tomorrow we will be there as well and you have the opportunity to try out t
After starting with a fairly new team in February with quiet some rookies, the Lamas Maastricht scheduled another Scrimmage against the Aachen A-Team at the field in Maastricht. Three month of training paid of and all rookies were able to play and showed their best skills. Aachen went ahead to a 0-3 lead in the first quarter, followed by the 0-1 in the second quarter, sending the players into half-time with an overall score of 0-4. The Lamas defense did it best to minimize th
The first game of the new Lamas team was successful. In a friendly game against Aachen’s A-team the Lamas managed to hold on with a strong and coordinated defence and a precise attack. Rematch is this Monday at 8:00 pm in Maastricht. #Lamas #Aachen #Lacrosse #Maastricht #ATeam
After a rough and shaky end to the season last year, the Lamas are coming back stronger and bigger then before. Having now a majority of new players practices recently have been structure on learning the basics. The rookies as well as the old members kept showing dedication and skill. Now a new challenge has risen before the MaasLax team. The first game of the newly constructed team will be coming up shorty in November. More information to follow. #Lamas #Aachen #Lacrosse #Ma
After the long, snowy winter break, the Lamas came back to training with lots of good intentions and big plans for the start of the Spring season. However, due to the loss of key players the team was decimated to a fraction of the Fall squad. To name a few, Matthez Schwartz, Jason Monroe, Casey Gill, Matt Gallo, Paul Staal, Daniel Khachab, Adrain Hoffstädter, Clemens Blettgen, Mauro Jülich, Moritz Tengelmann, Dominik Hamacher, and Daniel Thomas all left the university and al
After a fierce battle with the Nijmegen Kannibalz, Maastricht Lacrosse took the first place in the Division with a 9-5 victory.
Scoring two early goals to get ahead proved vital for sucess as Lorenz Lehmhaus and Jason Monroe opened the scoring. From then on, it was Nijmegen who took the initiative relying on shots from the outside. Timo von Meyer in goal stood tall to keep the Lamas in the lead.
Again, the Veteran experience of Lorenz Lehmhaus and the American players hel
In a physical and high tempo game, Maastricht Lacrosse secured the second win of the season against the Nijmegen Blackhawks. In rainy conditions, Nijmegen took the early lead with two quick goals in the first ten minutes. After taking a timeout to settle the team down, Maastricht started to play better defense and depended on the experienced American players in the Team. Casey Gill and Daniel Thomas from Muhlenberg were leading the team to two quick goals to tie it up at two
After a nervous start and losing the first quarter 0-1 Maastricht Lacrosse cruised to a 12-1 victory in their first match of the season against Nijmegen 2. The newly composed squad was battling their nerves in the opening quarter creating a lot of turnovers in midfield. Nijmegen capitalized on a bad change by the Lamas to take the lead early in the first quarter.
Thanks to the Veteran effort of some of the more experienced players on the team, play settled down and the offe
The 2012-13 season is about to kick off. Maastricht Lacrosse has now over 35 active Members. The Open Practices at the start of September turned out to be a huge sucess. The team chemistry is great and the squad got more diverse. The Lamas are not just German anymore. Bulgarians, Belgians, Americans, British and Swiss players have joined the team. But despite the different backgrounds, the team is united under the Lamas crest. Tomorrow the Men’s Team has its first game agains
A great season ended and Maastricht Lacrosse stayed in the second division of the Netherland Lacrosse league.
We want to say thank you for all the amazing support this year and we are really looking forward to the upcoming season. Finally, we ordered new team gear because of generous donations from our Goldmembers. Do not forget to go to the wall and have a great summer guys. The Board #Lacrosse #Lamas #Maastricht