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  • Big Dog Lacrosse, Graveyard 7x7 Tournament to be held this weekend

    Attention Lacrosse fans: If you live in Ohio, or will be in the area this weekend, then make sure you check out Big Dog Lacrosse’s 2011 Graveyard 7x7 Tournament November 5-6 at Diamond Community Park in Canton.

    This free, two-day event will showcase 16 youth Lacrosse teams, grades 5-6 and 7-8, from across the country as they compete for top honors in their respective divisions.

    Harrow Sports is proud to be the official sponsor of Big Dog Lacrosse.

  • Samantha Terán Continues Winning Streak

     

    Photo: MexSport

    Samantha Terán (MEX) beats Rachel Grinham (AUS) 4/11, 11/2, 11/3, 12/10 at the World Squash Open in Rotterdam, Netherlands to advance to the quarter finals just days after her unpredictable victory at the XVI Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.

    Last week, the well-seasoned 30-year-old player defeated new-comer Samantha Cornett (CAN) 11/6, 11/4, 11/6 to win her first gold medal in women’s singles and quickly won a second against Columbia in Women’s Doubles with Nayelly Hernandez (MEX) at her side. See if the top-ranked Mexican woman of all-time continues her hot streak, Nov 4.

  • Congratulations to the USA Field hockey team

    Article from ESPN.com. Read the original article hereThe victory automatically qualifies the U.S. for the London Games, and leaves Argentina scrambling next year to win a spot in pre-Olympic qualifying.

    "Right now this team is in pain," said Luciana Aymar, considered to be the best player in the world. "The United States is not at our level, but they have improved a lot. These things happen to all teams."
    Argentina has won the world title twice, including last year, while Aymar is a seven-time recipient of the game's world player of the year award. Las Leonas, as the team is known in Spanish, had never lost a game in Pan American play since the sport was included in 1987. The U.S. is ranked 13th.
    After the win, the American women stood with their arms on each other's shoulders on the medal podium, and then raised joined hands to the sky when the United States was announced as the winner.
    Aymar, meanwhile, wiped away tears, put her hand to her forehead and then stared at the ground. Eventually, she crossed her arms across her chest, the posture assumed by almost the entire team. A few stood with hands on hips, openly disgusted.
    The Americans shocked Argentina with two early goals. Paige Selenski scored in the 12th minute and Shannon Taylor added another in the 15th. Maria Barrionuevo scored on a penalty corner in the 18th for Argentina, but O'Donnell made it 3-1.
    Barrionuevo scored her second on a penalty in the 42nd before Michelle Vittese secured the win with a goal in the 66th.
    "In our minds we never had the lead, it was always 0-0," U.S. captain Lauren Crandall said. "We were always fighting, always working. Argentina is capable of scoring three goals in a minute. We stayed focused to the end -- well let's say the last 5 seconds."
    Crandall has been to London before, and she said her parents -- Amy and Tim Crandall of Doylestown, Penn. -- were already looking to book a hotel room just seconds after the match ended.
    "I can guarantee you my mom is doing it right now," she said. "They are probably blowing up my phone right now."
    The United States finished eighth at the 2008 Olympics, but Australian-born coach Lee Bodimeade figures this bunch could contend.
    "Our goal is a medal in London," he said. "Now that we've beaten the world's No. 1 team, well, by definition we've got a chance."
    The Americans play the South Americans several times a year, and in February the United States lost to Argentina 3-2 in the Four Nations tournament in Mendoza, Argentina.
    "We play Argentina so often," Bodimeade said, "and we've been beaten often enough by them to know what works and what doesn't."

    Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press

  • Harrow Syncro Hybrid Hockey Glove review

    Tuesday, October 18, 2011

    We gave player / coach Sean Bucher a pair of Syncro Hybrids and told him to put them through their paces. Check out his review below... 

    Like all hockey players I am extremely particular to the gear I use. The specifications have to be dead on for me to perform within the comforts of my game.

    That being said, my experience with player equipment has been a lesson in trying to find a good mix of comfort and protection. I have used gear from numerous manufacturers when playing out (wing, defense) and coaching. I found myself sampling these different equipment manufacturers, particularly with gloves. I tried Eagle, Easton, Bauer, Reebok and Mission, but not one felt as comfortable as the Harrow Syncro-Hybrid.

    Hands are everything in hockey, if the wrists can rotate properly and get the right amount of flex, it makes a world of difference when passing and shooting.

    With all of that in mind, the Syncro-Hybrid is a great glove for the player looking for added flexibility without sacrificing protection. The glove blends traditional hockey protection with lacrosse style flexibility that other manufacturers have yet to spot.

    The glove plays “game-ready” and gave me no issues with break-in time or discomfort on the ice. The first time I used the glove was for five hours of pre-season coaching. As the day progressed, the glove did not feel heavier or become water logged.

    The lining of the glove aired out quickly in-between ice-makes and was not a hassle. It also allowed for a snug fit that was extremely comfortable to wear.

    The leather in the palm is reinforced and mesh lined, allowing for both longevity and comfort. The leather did not (crust-up) like some gloves, creating rotten holes within the palm which make the hand susceptible to blisters or burns.

    Despite the gloves higher wrist, the flex in the cuff allowed for ample wrist rotation while shooting.

    I highly recommend this glove for a few different styles of player. This glove is a great choice for someone who prefers greater wrist coverage without sacrificing flex. If you like the old Gretzky style glove with high cuffs, then you’ll be impressed.

    I would also recommend the glove to someone whom is transitioning from lacrosse to hockey and likes the flex and mobility of a lacrosse glove.

    Overall, if you are tired of dealing with the same old stiff and uncomfortable options by the unimaginative brains that continue to release the same glove with a new graphic every year, then give the Syncro-Hybrid a try. It is easily the most comfortable and protective glove on the market today.

  • Kasey Brown Takes Down Top Seed Nicol David

    The 2011 U.S. World Open [1] is off to an electrifying start as Kasey Brown(AUS) finallytook down her frequent opponent, and World Number 1 champion Nicol David yesterday at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. Despite losing all 9 previous matches against the Malaysian five-time World Champion, the 26-year-old Harrow-sponsored player [6] earned the biggest win of her career after four quick games where she scored 11/9, 6/11, 11/9 and 11/4. Watch her keep up

    the pace on PSA Squash TV.
  • Raneem El Weleily Wins Carol Weymuller Open

    Harrow Sports would like to congratulate Raneem El Weleily (EGY) on her substantial win at the Gold 45 Carol Weymuller Open in Brooklyn, New York. Not only did Weleily, who is one of Harrow’s sponsored squash players, finally overtake England’s Jennifer Duncalf to win the overall event— including the biggest prize of her career, but she also scored the highest ranking of her professional career, shooting from number 12 to seven [3] on the Women’s International Squash Player’s (WISPA) official world rankings.
    Duncalf, who is Great Britain’s top female squash player and last year’s Carol Weymuller Open champion, was favored to win once again—that is, until Weleily arrived ready to take the lead.
    Harrow racquet in hand, she went full-strength and managed to win all three games against the world number 2, at 11/7, 15/13 and 11/4.
    Weleily is currently competing in the 2011 U.S. World Open from Oct. 2-3 in Philadelphia.
  • National Club Championship video

     

    Harrow was the official sponsor of this amazing event which is now a prominent event on the USA field hockey calendar. If you weren't there then you missed the heat but you also missed some awesome skill and 3 days of field hockey. Really trendy tanks, pullovers and shorts with the NCC 2011 logo on were also sold at the tournament. If you missed out on your official merchandise then you can still order some at harrowsports.comCheck out the NCC highlight video  here.
  • U.S. To Face New Zealand in Quarterfinals

    The United States defeated Wales and Australia by identical 3-0 scores
    to remain unbeaten in pool play at the 2011 Women's World Junior
    Squash Championships in Boston MA. With the victories, the U.S. now
    moves on to the quarterfinals where they will face New Zealand today.

    The U.S. lived up to their #2 overall seeding as they had no trouble
    against their fellow Pool B opponents. Olivia Blatchford
    continued to impress as she took no time in beating Hannah Davis,
    11-3, 11-4, 11-4, while Haley Mendez needed just 16 minutes to beat
    Jennifer Haley, 11-4, 11-7, 11-1.

    In the night session, the U.S. did not skip a beat in sweeping
    Australia. Blatchford struggled a bit against Bethany
    Btazier in the first two games, before proving her dominance in game
    three, winning 11-8, 11-8, 11-3.

    Results:

    [2] USA bt [10] WALES 3/0
    Haley Mendez bt Jennifer Haley 11-4, 11-7, 11-1 (16m)
    Olivia Blatchford bt Hannah Davies 11-3, 11-4, 11-4 (23m)

    [2] USA bt [7] AUSTRALIA 3/0
    Olivia Blatchford bt Bethany Brazier 11-8, 11-8, 11-2 (23m)

  • Third Time is the Charm for El Tayeb

    U.S. Seeded to Meet Egypt in Team Finals as Pool Play Begins Today

    Nour El Tayeb (r) defeated former champion Nour El Sherbini, 11-5, 3-11, 11-7, 11-8, to win the Women's World Junior Individual Squash Championship in Boston, MA. Tayeb, who had also reached the final the previous two years, losing to El Sherbinin in 2009, wasn't about to let her final crack the the world title get away, winning the final two games after El Sherbini had leveled the match at 1 all.

    As in their previous meeting in the 2009 final, the first game went well for El Tayeb, who took an early lead of 4-1, extending it to 9-3 before closing out the game. But, again as it had in 2009, the second game went away from the top seed as 3/4 seed El Sherbini, still aged only 15, built up a 9-3 lead before taking the game to draw level. It was nip and tuck throughout the third and fourth games until two winners in a row brought El Tayeb her first match-ball at 10-7. A daring, but unsuccessful, long drop temporarily reduced the gap for El Sherbini, but when the underdog's boast later then clipped the tin, El Tayeb was finally able to celebrate her status as World Champion.

    Final:
    [1] Nour El Tayeb (EGY) bt [3/4] Nour El Sherbini (EGY) 11-5, 3-11, 11-7, 11-8 (42m)

    U.S. Seeded #2 as Pool Play Gets Underway

    Team pool play begins today with the U.S. seeded to meet Egypt in the finals. The U.S. team will look to improve on their fourth place finish at the 2009 World Championships in Chennai, India.

  • All Egyptian final in the WWJ championships...

    The final will mark the second all-Egyptian world junior squash final in eight days after Marwan El Shorbagy took on Mohamed Abouelghar at the Junior Men's final in Belgium.

    El Sherbini and El Tayeb have faced each other in tournament finals on three different occasions, with El Sherbini coming out on top twice, including the 2009 World Junior Championship singles final in Chennai, India.

    The U.S. now sets their sights on the team competition, which will begin with pool play on Tuesday morning. Seeded # 2 overall, they will take on Guyana at 11:00 AM, followed by matches against Wales and Australia on Wednesday. Based on their pool play results, the U.S. would then advance to the knockout portion of the competition that begins Thursday and will conclude with the team finals on Saturday. Competing in the team event for the U.S. are Olivia Blatchford, and Hayley Mendez.

    Results:

    [1] Nour El Tayeb (EGY) bt [5/8] Emily Whitlock (ENG) 11-8, 11-3, 11-5 (25m)

    To see all the results from the 2011 Women's World Junior Squash Championships, along with the upcoming Pool Play schedule, please click here.

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