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Videocast w/ Kenny Nims and Dan Hardy, Syracuse Lacrosse

Hey everybody, how are things?  Been pretty busy around here with work and the start of the high school season.  But Friday night Westwood took down Strake Jesuit (Houston) 12-10 to start he season 4-0!

I recorded this videocast two weeks ago, prior to the Harvard scrimmage, but things have been so hectic that I haven’t had time to get it posted.  Kenny dropped 8 points and a hidden ball trick this weekend during a routing of Providence, 22-3. “Hammer, don’t hurt’em!”
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Interview w/ Kenny Nims, Syracuse Lacrosse

I have to start by apologizing for the lack of activity recently.  Things have been really busy with Christmas, New Years and just life in general.  But we’re back and I hope that everyone had a safe and happy holiday season.

So to start the New Year… and new season off right, we sat down with Syracuse attackman and All-American, Kenny Nims, to talk about the team, 2009 and what daily life is like for a college lacrosse player.

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Blaze your own trail

Welcome to the new ‘laxidazical’ (laxuhdaze-ikuhl) website.

So TheJman has decided that he needs to strike out on his own and has come to Word Press to start his own blog in order to bring you bigger and better coverage of the sport you love.  I really enjoy the YardBarker community but it’s time I try something new in order to bring you a product that’s more ‘me’.  (If you’ve randomly stumbled across this blog you can check out all my past posts here:

I am learning about managing a Word Press site as I go so you’ll have to bare with me as it will be a process in itself.  The look and feel will probably change and develop as I figure out how all of this stuff works.

But you can be sure that TheJman will be doing his best to bring you all the in depth and behind the scenes peeks into what’s going on in the lacrosse community.

“Now let’s do this!” – Ron Burgundy