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lacrosse

(Encyclopedia) lacrosse ləkrôs´ [key], ball and goal game usually played outdoors by two teams of 10 players each on a field 60 to 70 yd (54.86 to 64.01 m) wide by 110 yd (100.58 m)…

Brown, Jim

(Encyclopedia) Brown, Jim (James Nathaniel Brown), 1936–, American football player, b. St. Simon Island, Ga. A football and lacrosse All-American at Syracuse Univ., Brown became one of…

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Director/Writer: Jeb StuartDirector of Photography:Oliver WoodEditor:Conrad BuffMusic:Basil PoledourisProduction Designer:Jeff HowardProducer:Gale Anne HurdParamount; R; 129 minutesRelease:10…

Diane Whipple 2001 Deaths

Diane WhippleAge: 33 women's lacrosse coach at St. Mary's College (Moraga, Calif.), who was the victim of a dog attack that made national headlines; former head coach at UC-San Diego; two-…

Lionel Conacher

Lionel ConacherBorn: May 24, 1901Canada's greatest all-around athlete NHL hockey (2 Stanley Cups), CFL football (1 Grey Cup), minor league baseball, soccer, lacrosse, track, amateur boxing…

Jay Silverheels

Jay Silverheels (Harold Jay Smith)actorBorn: May 26, 1919Birthplace: Six Nations Indian Reserve, Brantford, Ontario, Canada Although Jay Silverheels appeared in dozens of movies he is best…

Jay Silverheels Biography

Jay Silverheels (Harold Jay Smith)actorBorn: May 26, 1919Birthplace: Six Nations Indian Reserve, Brantford, Ontario, Canada Although Jay Silverheels appeared in dozens of movies he is best…

Team Sports in the 1908 Summer Olympics

Sport Champion Field Hockey Great Britain (England) Lacrosse Canada Polo Great Britain (Roehampton) Rugby Australia Soccer Great Britain Tug-of-War Great Britain (…

Team Sports in the 1904 Summer Olympics

Sport Champion Lacrosse Canada (Shamrock-Winnipeg)   USA Soccer Canada (Galt Football Club)   USA   USA Tug-of-War USA (Milwaukee AC) Water Polo USA (New York…

Patty Kazmaier Award

Awarded annually to the women's Division I player who displays the highest standards of personal and team excellence during the season; voted on by a 12-member panel of national media,…