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  • Fall 2015 internship opportunities
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    Do you want to be part of one of the most successful lacrosse programs on the west coast, but don't play lacrosse? Viking Lacrosse is proud to offer unpaid internships designed to fulfill high school community service and college and university level degree and program requirements.  Students may receive career enriching experiences in the following areas: sports medicine, sports broadcasting and reporting, sports psychology, coaching, and more. Contact Terry Armstrong if interested in discuss
  • In the beginning....
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    Rain pounded against their multi-colored helmets with Viking decals, rolled off their pads, dripped onto their cleats, and finally soaked into the turf at Viking Field. Ten hunched over all glaring with squinted rigid eyes across the field at one target; a small white ball. Their focus heightened by the pre-game ceremony honoring the tragic death of one of their charter members, Michael Boatman-White.  Their hearts pounded like war drums echoing in their heads, signaling the beginning of the ba
  • CJCLA is prime hunting ground for Nevada lacrosse
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    The success of community college lacrosse programs has not been lost among two very strong Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), Division II programs, University of Nevada, Reno and Sierra Nevada College. Coach Tatro at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) has gone to great lengths to scout and recruit community college players, particularly at Diablo Valley College’s (DVC) highly successful program which began in 2008 (www.dvc.edu/vikinglacrosse).  He has been known to make the tre
  • Reed hangs up spikes for Hollywood
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    Griffin Reed, who has played a significant role in the success of Viking Lacrosse over the last two seasons, has, at least temporarily hung up his spikes for a modeling gig in Los Angeles.  Reed, age 19 was the Vikings' fourth leading scorer with 21 goals and 7 assists for the season.  He is now taking time off from school to pursue a modeling career, and he already appears to be specializing in "edgy" shots rather than shots on goal.  Good luck, Griffin!  May the "focus" be with you.