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  • Meet the modern tank, the Freedom Tank.

    Harrow Sports is excited to announce the newest addition to the women’s performance shirt line, the Freedom Tank. It is an advanced semi-fitted tank that will elevate any training session.  With its four-way stretch and smooth, chafe-resistant design, it is sure to maximize performance without sacrificing comfort. Comprised of 89% polyester and 11% spandex, the Freedom Tank can uphold the toughest of elements.

    The athletic racer back and mesh panel design unlocks mobility and is perfect for layering. The Freedom Tank is fitted for yoga classes, long running trails and team workouts.  This tank offered in aqua, black and white is definitely a get-one-in-every-color kind of shirt!

  • 2014 WCLA Championship

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    US Lacrosse Announced the teams for the 2014 WCLA CHampionships yesterday. 16 teams from Division I and 12 teams from Division II will be representing their Universities in Virginia Beach starting on May 7th.

    Harrow Sports is the Official Presenting Sponsor of the WCLA Championships. Tune in for updates regarding the event, and your chance to win exclusive merchandise from the Harrow Booth!

    For more information about the event and the schedule, please visit US Lacrosse.

  • Harrow Sports to become the official equipment supplier of UC Davis Women's Lacrosse

    DENVER, September 10th 2012 - Harrow Sports today announced an official partnership with UC Davis  to be the official sponsor of women’s lacrosse equipment for the Aggies.

    “UC Davis has a high caliber program and we believe this partnership will have an immediate positive impact for our brand”, said Mark Hayden, Harrow Chairman and CEO.  “This further demonstrates Harrow’s commitment to aligning elite athletes with the most innovative equipment in the market. We are excited to support Kate Henwood as she takes the helm as the new Aggies head coach.”
    "UC Davis is thrilled to begin a new era of excellence in Women's Lacrosse and, as the new Head Coach,  I am equally as excited to embark on this journey with Harrow as our official lacrosse equipment sponsor.” –Kate Henwood UC Davis Head Coach “Harrow integrates cutting-edge technology into their equipment, which will enable our players to perform to their maximum potential."

    The partnership will begin in 2012 and will last through the 2015 season. The UC Davis Aggies will use Harrow as its main supplier of women’s lacrosse equipment.

    About Harrow Sports

    Harrow Sports, Inc. is a leading marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of sporting goods and uniforms to the institutional and team sports market. Harrow's lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey, and squash equipment lines, along with comprehensive apparel, bag, and footwear offerings are sold internationally and throughout America. Harrow is a devoted sponsor of the US WCLA Tournament, National Tournament and several NCAA programs.

    About UC Davis Women's Lacrosse

    Besides leading the nation in draw controls, the 2011 Aggies ranked third in Division I with 15.53 goals per game, shattering their previous school record by more than a goal per game.The Aggie's also scored 21 or more goals five times, including 22 vs. LIU on Mar. 27. Kate Henwood, formerly the top assistant at Villanova and most recently the head coach at Garnet Valley High School in Glen Mills, Pa., has been named as head coach for UC Davis women's lacrosse.

    Harrow Sports Contact
    Amanda Mastera, Women’s Lacrosse Brand Manager
    Email: amastera@harrowsports.

  • Katrina Dowd is featured in the May issue of Lacrosse Magazine

     


    Womens Lacrosse brand manager Katrina Dowd is featured in the May issue of Lacrosse Magazine in their article, 'A Decade of Clutch', honoring some of the most memorable plays on the NCAA stage.

    You can check out the video of her incredible game tying goal at the 2009 NCAA semifinal on our youtube channel

    Lacrosse Magazine article by Matt Forman -

    Katrina Dowd earned two nicknames during her time at Northwestern - Trix, for her incredible stick skills, and Miss May, for her uncanny ability to play her best in the NCAA tournament. One highlight reel, game-tying goal embodies both of them.

    When the Wildcats trailed Penn 12-11 in the first three minute overtime period of the 2009 semifinal, it looked like their run of four straight national titles would come to an end. But Dowd wouldn't let that happen. With seconds remaining, she picked up a loose ball and fired a no-look, falling down shot to the upper right corner.

    "There were about 10 seconds to play, and on the draw control I was actually behind the line. Hannah (Nielsen) got it clean. I made a low cut, and I grabbed the loose ball, but I didn't know how much time I had left - it was probably around five seconds," said Dowd, now a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Denver and a brand manager at Harrow Sports.

    "I took a far outside shot. It went right into the goalie's (Emily Szelest) stick, but the rebound popped out when Alex Frank got a piece of it. I made a dive at the ball, it fell into my stick and I put it on cage. Then I saw it in the back of the net, and I just knew that I got it off in time. After that, everyone kind of took a big deep breath. It was just kind of unbelievable."

    Two minutes later, in sudden death, Frank buried the decisive goal.

  • Katrina Dowd joins Harrow Sports

    Harrow Sports is proud to announce Katrina Dowd, the latest addition to our Sport management team. The Three - time D1 National Champion will be heading up our Women’s Lacrosse division. Katrina brings years of experience on the field, and a decorated sports career to Harrow – qualities that will ensure that we continue to bring innovative, progressive and versatile products to the lacrosse field.At Harrow, our consultants are truly spectacular athletes. Hand-picked from D1 colleges and professional circuits, we believe these players are truly suited to test, refine and develop some of the most advanced sports equipment on the market. We continue this tradition by welcoming Katrina to our ranks, an outstanding player with a formidable record.

    Katrina is one of the top lacrosse players in the nation. By graduation, she had won three division 1 national championships, bringing 77 goals and 109 points into her final year. As the #4 goal scorer in her college’s history, she rounded out her college career as Female Athlete of the Year with an incredible 267 points and 209 goals.

    Often cited as a player who performs under pressure; her fearless, unwavering approach earned her the 2010 IWCLA attacker of the year. In Katrina’s own words, “Great players step up in the toughest situations, and that's tournament time”.

    In addition to her championship wins, Katrina was a finalist for the coveted Tewaaraton Award, standing alongside the top 25 players in the nation. She was also one of four nominees for the 2010 Honda Lacrosse Award.

    As a junior, Katrina played all 23 games, starting in 20. Her 75 goals, thirteen assists and 88 points shattered her own previous records, earning her the title of 2009 NCAA tournament MVP and IWCLA first team all – American. Titles that were truly earned, Katrina is a three time NCAA all-tournament team selection, scoring a record 22 goals in the 2009 NCAA tournament.

    In case you’re reading this, recognize her name, but can’t place where, Katrina’s media highlight was her incredible no look, over the shoulder goal which was featured on ESPN’s highlight reel. You can see the footage of this unbelievable shot at our youtube channel, youtube.com/harrowsportsvids

    Katrina brings this same dedication and relentlessness to Harrow. At the forefront of her game, her drive and passion will ensure our women’s lacrosse range will continue to develop as some of the best equipment in the world.

    We at Harrow are excited to have Katrina on board, and look forward to the incredible developments she will surely bring to Harrow, and to women’s lacrosse.

  • Harrow Sports to Sponsor Shorter University Women's Lacrosse

    DENVER, CO - Harrow Sports inks a 4 year agreement with Shorter University Women's Lacrosse to be their exclusive equipment and apparel supplier. Shorter University Women's Lacrosse enters its inaugural season in 2011, and will play a full competitive schedule that includes NAIA, NCAA III and NCAA II institutions."We are truly excited to be a part of the vision that Shorter University has in women's lacrosse," said Harrow Sports Sales Manager, Bill Edell. "We believe their commitment to women's athletics is exemplary and feel this partnership will be beneficial to both sides. With a fully funded program and the support of an athletic department that is dedicated to success, I have no doubt that Shorter University Women's Lacrosse will be a legitimate contender in the very near future.""I am extremely excited to partner with Harrow in the process of building the foundation of lacrosse here at Shorter University." Said Brittni Dulaney, Shorter University ,Head Women's Lacrosse Coach. "I know that working with Harrow will allow us to maximize the potential of our program."

    For additional information, contact Harrow Sports at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.com.

    For more information on Shorter University Athletics visit http://goshorterhawks.cstv.com/

  • 2010 U13 Lax Fest

    We had a wonderful time at the 2010 U13 Lax Fest in Warren county, Ohio! Here are some of our favorite photos with you from the weekend.

  • Upsets in Day 3 of WDIA – DI Play

    The evening started with an epic battle between #3 seed Lindenwood and #7 BYU. Tied at halftime, it looked like BYU was posed to have the first upset victory of the evening. However, Lindenwoods defense shut out the Cougars for the final 21 minutes of the game, and held on to 12-9 win to advance to the semi-finals tonight.

    There were nothing but upset victories for the rest of the evening. UCSB came out firing and took the early lead, but the stifling CSU defense came back and didn’t allow another goal for the final 19 minutes of the first half. CSU’s attack started to heat up, and helped the Rams to a 8-7 victory, and the right to face Lindenwood in tonight’s 8pm semi-final game.

    Meanwhile, another upset was brewing on field 4. CU beat the #1 seeded and highly favored Santa Clara Mustangs. The Buffs defense held Santa Clara to under 10 goals for only the second time this season, and had the scoring support to win 12-9 and move on to the semi-final game at 6pm tonight.

    The last game of the night ended in an over time battle between two California schools, #4 UC Davis and #5 Cal Poly. They split the two games played earlier this year, and were posed to battle to the end for the chance to play the Buffs. Over time was needed to decide the third meeting between the teams. Cal Poly, always a great National Tournament team, prevailed and will play CU this evening.

    Stay posted for more scores and information.

  • Division II Updates

    SMU pulled off an upset victory over Oakland to move on to the semi-finals at 11am today vs #3 seed Loyola.

    Two teams from the Golden State, USD and Cal, will battle in the other semi-final at 11. Follow us on Twitter to get updates on all the games this morning.

  • WDIA National Championship - Day 2

    Day one finished with an overtime thriller. The CU/Georgia game proved to be a great match up. The Buffs scored in the second period of overtime with :24 seconds left to take the lead and the win over the Bulldogs.

    Cal Poly prevailed over Texas. The Mustangs are always a threat to go to the Title Game with 7 WDIA Championships already.

    West Chester lost to Santa Clara, but gave the #1 seed a tough first round battle.

    UC Davis won easily over BC to begin their quest for a Championship at their first appearance at the WDIA National Tournament.

    Lindenwood hung on to win over a tough Minnesota team to win by 3 goals, after being tied at half time.

    BYU prevailed over Florida to send the Gators to the consolation bracket.

    UCSB looked strong against the Ducks from Oregon to move on.

    CSU upset VA Tech to knock the reigning champion from 2009. A new champ will be crowned for 2010!

    Stay with us as we update you on the first day of competition of the Division II Tournament! Also make sure to stop by the Harrow booth and enter to win a P Series stick!

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