Tag Archives: Lacrosse

  • Harrow Welcomes New LAX Brand Manager - Mackenzie Baker

    August 10, 2016 [ DENVER, CO ] - Global sporting goods leader Harrow Sports is pleased to announce that Mackenzie Baker, two-time Bryant University Lacrosse Captain, will become the new Harrow Lacrosse Brand Manager beginning August 10, 2016. In this role, Baker will guide the product development and marketing of all lacrosse equipment, apparel, and accessories. Mackenzie comes to Harrow Sports from a Marketing and Events role at RIMES headquarters in New York City, a global financial data management specialist.

    Mackenzie’s dedication to lacrosse as a lifelong athlete and leadership as a collegiate level captain are an asset to our team and a great fit for our company culture,” says Harrow Sports C.E.O. Mark Hayden. “Mackenzie’s in depth knowledge of the sport will direct the vision for the lacrosse brand, realizing the needs and desires of elite lacrosse athletes.”

    “After being a Harrow fan and customer for years, I’m excited and honored to be able to have a say in the future of Harrow Lacrosse,” says Baker. “My goal is to bridge the gap between consumer and brand, and start a two-way dialogue with the greater lacrosse community so that our brand can truly serve them.”

    Before her time at Bryant University, Baker played both field hockey and lacrosse during all four years at Bayport-Blue Point High School where she was captain of both sports.

    Mackenzie will assume her new role at Harrow Sports headquarters in Denver, CO.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Harrow Sponsored Simon Fraser’s Craig, Genereux Named MCLA Scholar Athletes


    By William Howard, SFU Lacrosse Media Relations

    Simon Fraser University Men’s Lacrosse

    BURNABY, BC (July 12, 2011) – The Simon Fraser University men’s lacrosse team placed two players – freshman standout Calvin Craig (Coquitlam, BC / Gleneagle Secondary) and senior captain Luke Genereux (Port Coquitlam, BC / Terry Fox Secondary) - on the 2011 list of MCLA Scholar Athletes. Craig and Genereux are two of 45 players from MCLA Division I to receive this prestigious award given to players who were selected to their conference's First or Second All-Conference team, while maintaining a minimum overall cumulative GPA for the last completed semester/quarter of 3.20 or better. Twenty-seven institutions from the ninety-seven teams that compete in the MCLA Division I boasted Scholar Athletes in 2011, while Simon Fraser was one of only 10 schools with multiple recipients.

    Craig, an attackman, recently concluded one of the greatest seasons in school history, leading the way for the Clan amassing 100 goals and 32 assists for 132 points in 17 games, topping the MCLA in goals-per-game (5.882) and finishing second in points-per-game (7.765). In only his freshman season, Craig became the first SFU player to score 100 goals in a season, also setting the single game records for both goals (15) and points (19). Craig was the only freshman on the MCLA All-America first or second team, in addition to being named PNCLL Freshman of the Year, PNCLL Offensive Player of the Year and to the PNCLL All-Conference First Team.

    Genereux, a defenseman, was named an MCLA All-American for the second straight year after receiving honorable mention status last season. Genereux was also named a PNCLL First Team All-Conference selection for the third and final time in his collegiate career, after earning the same honor in both his freshman and junior year. In addition to his first MCLA Scholar Athlete Award, Genereux was also recently awarded standing on the Simon Fraser University President's Honour Roll. This award is for students who have completed at least 30 units at SFU, and have achieved a term GPA of 4.0 or above while taking at least 12 units of classes.

    In seven seasons under current SFU Co-Head Coaches Jeff Cathrea and Brent Hoskins, their teams have now produced eleven (11) MCLA Scholar Athletes, with 2011 marking the seventh straight season that a lacrosse student-athlete from Simon Fraser has received an MCLA Scholar Athlete Award.


    Simon Fraser University men's lacrosse will compete in its seventeenth season in 2012 and competes in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA). The Clan have captured a record eight PNCLL Conference Titles (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2008 and 2009) and rank sixth all-time with ten MCLA National Championship tournament appearances, placing 2nd in 1999 and playing in the 2010 MCLA Semi-Finals after reaching the Quarterfinals in 2008 and 2009. The Clan proudly wear equipment and apparel by Harrow Sports and Cascade helmets.

    CONTACT: Co-Head Coach, Brent Hoskins +1 (604) 836-7748, bhoskins@alumni.sfu.ca

  • 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.

  • Harrow Syncro lacrosse glove rundown - by Chris Fox

    The Syncro glove is the latest and most advanced release yet from an ever expanding glove line from Harrow Sports.

    Harrows focus was on beefing up the glove from its popular Torrent model. The Syncro offers a high impact foam system, a super-light high density foam with plastic inserted into each pad-zone. A triple flex floating cuff maximizes wrist mobility by flexing with the movement of your wrist while constantly providing maximum protection.

    The thumb is extremely flexible. Additional padding along the inside of the thumb, bordering the palm, has been added to protect the thumb against slashes as you follow through on shots and you expose the inside of your thumb to checks.

    The Syncro features a two-layer palm - an inner mesh liner and soft calf skin palm. This duel-layer system reduces wear and tear while providing the comfort and sensation of the stick in your bare hand. No break-in-time necessary!

    The inner-liner, decorate with the Harrow insignia, features sweat-wicking technology that keeps the hand bone dry. The same material keeps the hand cool during the spring and summer and warm during cold Fall Ball practices.

    The Syncro is available in 12" and 13.5" inches. Stock colours are White/Black, White/Navy, and White/Red.

    Setting Harrow apart from its competitors is that the Syncro Glove is fully and completely customizable. With over 9 colour zones, 3 logo zones (logo, number, name or team name), all the way down to the two colours of the "harrow" cuff logos stitching - You name it, you got it!

  • LAX teaser...

    Our lacrosse brand manager just dropped these on my desk...what do you guys think?

  • 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.

  • 2010 World Lacrosse Championship Wrap-up

    We recently returned from the 2010 World Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England where we spent three days at our Harrow Lacrosse booth in the main sales tent. This event was extremely well run by the ELA and our hats go off to Monkhouse for creating a very welcoming and successful sales area for people to visit, shop for lacrosse gear and socialize.In addition to the physical presence we had at the games, we were well represented by a number of top National lacrosse teams. Among the teams that Harrow Sports sponsored, spectators saw Japan, Italy, Suisse, Netherlands, Argentina, Slovakia, South Korea, and many masters lacrosse teams all sporting Harrow Gear and/or Apparel. The official Harrow lacrosse uniforms that were worn by team Argentina were some of the most complimented lacrosse uniforms at the event. All the teams looked great.

    Harrow Sports International Sales Manager Rose Kiernan represented Harrow Sports at the World Lacrosse Championship. "I was excited to participate in the Manchester games and to have met so many great people in the short time I was able to attend. As a company, Harrow Sports hopes to continue expanding our business relationships deep into the international market. This event was a great place to start."

    For additional information about Harrow Sports and Harrow's International Sales, please contact Rose Kiernan at rkiernan@harrowsports.com

  • 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/

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