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  • 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.

  • 2011 Canadian Squash Championships May 4-7th in Toronto, Ont

    Harrow is proud to host the 2011 Canadian Squash Championships May 4-7th in Toronto, Ont. Click here for more info
  • 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!

  • World Squash Awards 2010

    Thursday evening, January 20th marked the 5th annual World Squash Awards Dinner to honor the best and brightest stars of the squash world.

    Harrow Sports extends huge congratulations to all the winners but especially to Harrow Squash players Damien Mudge, Kasey Brown, Greg Park, and Raneem El Weleily.

    Damien Mudge:
    ISDA 2010 Team of the Year

    Ranked #1 for the 2010 season, Damien Mudge, and partner Viktor Berg, have a total of 17 tour victories in their three playing seasons together. Damien Mudge has occupied the top of the rankings for 12 seasons and has won 100 ISDA titles.

    Kasey Brown:
    WISPA 2010 Most Improved Player of the Year

    2010 Commonwealth Games triple medal winner, Kasey Brown moved to a #7 world ranking last year.

    Greg Park:
    ISDA 2010 Rookie of the Year

    Raneem El Weleily:
    FINALIST WISPA 2010 Most Improved Player of the Year

  • Squash Canada announces three year deal with Harrow Sports

    Harrow Sports is pleased to announce a 3 year partnership between Harrow Sports and Squash Canada to become the “Official National Team Clothing Supplier”.As part of this agreement Harrow Sports will also become the “Official Ranking Sponsor” for Squash Canada’s new national ranking which was unveiled in January 2011. Effective immediately, Squash Canada’s new national rankings will be renamed the “Harrow Canadian National Rankings”.

    “We are very excited about entering into partnership with Harrow Sports and look forward to providing better service to our national team players through our clothing arrangement and the agreement will increase Harrow’s brand identity through our National Rankings”, said Squash Canada Executive Director Danny Da Costa.

    In addition to sponsoring Squash Canada, Harrow also sponsors US Squash, the Ontario University Association and College Squash Association.

    Craig Corey, Canadian Account Manager for Harrow Sports said, “we work with the finest professional and amateur associations in the game and firmly believe that the support we give back is a mark of how important the game of squash is to us and how imperative it is for us to continue to be a part of its global growth. More and more squash pros, coaches and athletic directors are turning to Harrow Sports for their athlete’s equipment and apparel needs”.

  • Harrow Sports squash player of the week award


    The College Squash Association and Harrow Sportsare proud to announce the creation of a new award, the Harrow Sports College Squash Player of the Week. Each week, a deserving male and female player will be selected for this award.

    A Harrow Sports College Squash Player of the Week should have a significant impact on his or her team’s performance during the prior week and demonstrate sportsmanship.

    Please note that it will be rare for a player to win the award multiple times in the same season. In addition, winning players may play on either a varsity or club team.

    Coaches and Sports Information Directors may nominate players by contacting Michael T. Bello at the CSA.

    Nominations are due each Monday by 6 PM ET.

  • Thank You and Happy New Year!


    All of us here at Harrow Sports just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of our friends, fans and customers for a wonderful 2010.We have lots of exciting plans in store for the coming year. Please be sure to let us know if there are things you would like to hear more about in the comments section.

    Thank you so much for an amazing 2010 and here's to a fantastic 2011 for all!

    Happy New Year!

  • From the Women's World Squash Championships 2010

     


    Check out the Australian team in their Harrow shirts at the womens world squash team championships in New Zealand...
  • LAX teaser...

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

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