An archive of all our videos dating back to 2007...
ULAX Lacrosse Promo Video shot by a talented group led by Chris Allison. The video is starring ULAX LA's own Howard Alperin as Jack as well as Keanu Ross-Cabrera our favorite Washed Up Lax Bro. These guys sum up a litany of excuses for why players may be reluctant to play, but it's obvious they "Don't Know Jack."
ULAX kicked off the inaugural high school boy's fall league in Chicago at the University of Illinois Chicago campus. Four teams from the local high school's competed in a four game regular season and two week playoff.
The 7th Annual Liberty Cup Tournament hosted by ULAX at Randall's Island in Manhattan. Find out more about ULAX Leagues and Tournaments at ulax.org. Video courtesy of Jake Benrubi - www.jakebenrubi.com
Highlight reel from the 2018 Austin summer league playoffs. Congrats to the ATX 91s for claiming the spring AND summer city titles.
The Ducks faced off against Team Majin at the Proving Grounds in this years summer Championship Game in Philadelphia. Check out highlights and footage brought to you by KGD Films.
Check out highlights from our Buffalo Box League, where the Basom Bombers look to defend their title.
Championship Game in our Boston Fall Men's League shows us some highlights and game footage between the falls two best teams.
Highlights from around the leagues, including drone and helmet cam footage!
Check out footage and interviews from our men's summer league in Philly.
Highlights from our 7th Annual Liberty Cup Tournament on Randall's Island. (ulax.org/tournaments)
Enter the ULAX Houston Fall Men's League and see the action in this exciting highlight reel. Games played once a week at Houston Dynamo Sports Park on Monday Nights under the lights.
A look into the ULAX NYC Late Winter/Early Spring league shot and edited by Jake Benrubi. Games played at Chelsea Park and Columbia University's Baker Athletic Complex. Congrats to the Gotham Goats on winning the championship!
Take a look into the Denver Men's Summer League hosted at East High School. Here lax talent gathers from all over the state and abroad to claim the league championship!
LA Summer Men's league at Campus El Segundo. Glitz, Glamour, Lax!
ULAX NYC Men's League boasts some of the best East Coast talent in a league that has had a strong following in the city since 2007. This video takes you inside the 2014 Men's Summer League at Baker Athletic Complex.
The 5th Annual Liberty Cup Tournament hosted by ULAX at Columbia University's Baker Athletic complex in Manhattan. Watch some of the greatest lacrosse footage you've ever seen in this highlight video that showcases some of the top plays between the teams who competed. Find out more about ULAX Leagues and Tournaments at: ulax.org
ULAX 2012 Liberty Cup Tournament promotional video. August 11 & 12, 2012 at Columbia University.
Promotional video for ULAX Women's leagues. Watch the video to learn more about the fastest growing sport in the country. The women's network encourages girls of all ages and abilities to start a league of their own, or to join the nearest one established. Contact Vienna via email to learn more: email@example.com Visit: www.ulax.org
The 2011 Denver Summer League was a night league hosted at East High School. The video showcases talent from the west, including athletes from the University of Colorado, CSU, and Mines. - Edited by John Feinman
ULAX first ever Box Lacrosse League held in Manhattan New York. Top Side Lacrosse was nice enough to produce a two minute highlight video courtesy of the Championship game and winning team ... the Lacrosse All Stars.
The 2010 Liberty Cup Tournament had some of the greatest lacrosse talent in ULAX history. Players came from all over the east coast representing such D1 programs as Syracuse, Villanova, Yale, Brown, and Harvard. Games were played at Columbia University in Manhattan, New York.
2010 ULAX Championship Tournament held in Philadelphia, PA. The tournament showcases the talent of Philly lacrosse as we see highlights from several games and hear commentary from local players.
The 2009 Denver Cup tournament features a series of cold games with intensity coming from teams around the state. Watch and listen to some of Colorado's finest college and post collegiate lax players as they battle for the Denver Cup. Games were played at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO.
The 2009 Liberty Cup Tournament in Manhattan New York, showcases the action, player interviews and highlights of the tournament. Eight teams participated at Columbia University, playing as many as seven games in two days.
The 2009 New York League Championship game features some of the best non-professional lacrosse athletes in the country. The Championship game was played at Columbia University in Manhattan. The video was produced by Play Pushers, and showcases some cool highlights and slow motion effects.
The 2009 Semi-Final match up played at Columbia University in Manhattan New York. The video showcases some great on field camera work with slow motion effects, hits, goals, saves and more. Video produced by Play Pushers.
The 2008 ULAX New York Video was meant to chronicle the match up between Team it Up and Team Hutchison as they battle in the New York ULAX league in 2008.
2008 ULAX Promo Video with company founder Tim Leonard, along with 2008 Ann Arbor league managers Adam Lynn and Jason Javer. It was ULAX first attempt to explain the organization and raise awareness through the use of web video.
The 2008 Championship Tournament in Ann Arbor Michigan. Watch as two University of Michigan fraternity teams battle it out for bragging rights on U of M campus.
This video features the story of Team Lansing, a group of ex-football players that made an hour and half drive from Lansing, MI to Ann Arbor in order to participate in the nearest lacrosse league available to them. We thought it was a compelling story to share with the ULAX faithful and shows why we do what we do.
The 2008 ULAX Highlight Video is a compilation of interviews and highlights from players in the Ann Arbor league. The video was shot at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in April 2008.