Harrow Blog

  • 2010 USA FH National Futures

    Harrow Sports wants to extend congratulations to all the 2010 USA Field Hockey National Futures Championship selectees! In Virgina Beach? Be sure to stop by and visit Alli Tanner, Harrow's FH Brand Manager! All NFC participants receive 20% off!

  • 2010 US Lacrosse U15 Lax Fest

    This past weekend, we were thrilled to be part of the 2010 U15 Lax Fest in Lake George, NY. There was a great turnout from all across the country and we saw lots of fierce competition.

    Thanks so much to all who stopped by our booth. We enjoyed talking with you and enjoyed sharing the excitement for our hemi cuda, SOLO, P7 and stick bags.

  • Visit us at the U15 Lax Fest!

    This weekend we will be at the 2010 US Lacrosse U15 Lax Fest in beautiful Lake George, NY.
    If you are planning to be there, be sure and stop by our booth and visit with our staff. We would love to help you pick out a new lacrosse shaft!

    For more information about the U15 Lax Fest event, please click here.

  • Sneak Peek! New Harrow SYNCRO-HYBRID Hockey Glove

    Coming September 2010

    Harrow Sports has engineered a Hybrid ice hockey glove by combining the technologies used in Harrow's renowned Lacrosse Glove into the Syncro-Hybrid. The Syncro-Hybridintroduces an enhanced level of comfort and mobility to the Ice Hockey world - featuring a triple-flex independent cuff system and a unique floating wrist guard. The Syncro-Hybrid also features a customizable cuff for quickly adding player/team names, logos or numbers.

    And best of all - these gloves will blow you away in performance!

  • Harrow Sports Partners with the AAHL

    Harrow Sports has signed a one year deal to be the official equipment supplier to the All American Hockey League (AAHL) for the 2010-2011 season.

    Harrow Sports will supply players in the AAHL with sticks, gloves, pants and apparel.

    "We at Harrow Sports are very excited to sign this agreement with the AAHL. Our agreement creates a partnership between two organizations looking to grow their brand recognition in the sport of Ice Hockey, and we feel the AAHL is exactly the type of professional organization to grow with." says Jeff Corey, Hockey Brand Manager.

    As part of the agreement, Harrow will serve as the official sponsor of the AAHL Player of the Week Award and Player of the Month Award.

    Harrow Sports, Inc., based in Denver, Colorado, is a sports-equipment manufacturer focusing on hockey, lacrosse, squash, field hockey, racquetball and tennis. Harrow serves the hockey market with a complete line of equipment and apparel products. For more information, contact Jeff Corey at 1.866.673.6425 or jcorey@harrowsports.com

  • Harrow Sports to Sponsor Utah State University Hockey

    Harrow Sports to Sponsor Utah State University Hockey

    Harrow Sports is proud to announce this week that it has signed Utah State Men's Hockey to a three-year sponsorship deal. As the official equipment supplier of the ACHA and an innovator in the hockey equipment and team apparel market, Harrow continues to build loyalty throughout the college ranks.

    "We are very excited to bring the high-profile USU team on board as a Harrow-sponsored program and an advocate for our rapidly growing brand" said Bill Edell, Harrow Sports' Western Region Sales Manager.

    "The USU program has a lot of momentum right now, so it's a great time for us to establish a partnership with such a quality brand as Harrow. The players and coaches are excited for this upcoming season and look forward to a long-lasting relationship with Harrow Sports." said Jon Eccles, Head Coach at Utah State.

    For additional information, contact us at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.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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