Monday, May 23, 2016

Review: The Lax Club

Rave review by Red Star Lacrosse of subscription based product/service The Lax Club featuring our Gargyle Shorts (which are currently on backorder – sorry), but lots of girl's sizes available!

Casey Powell Experience | Caught Speeding in Philly

Mesh Lacrosse creative director and Moorestown Lacrosse Club coach, Jay Winkler will be joining Syracuse lacrosse legend and Major League Lacrosse star, Casey Powell to coach at the Casey Powell Experience – Caught Speeding in Philly event this Saturday, May 28 from 9 to 11 AM (which will allow plenty of time to get down to Lincoln Financial Field to catch the NCAA Semifinal games afterward). This is a fun opportunity for boys (ages 8–18) to learn from one of the greatest players of all time (CP not JW :-) and experience Speed Lacrosse. Here are the details:

When:  Saturday, May 29 (9–11 AM)
How:  Cost is $125 and you can register here.
Why:  Because lacrosse is fun.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

SJS, Katie Kernan Fundraiser – Thank you for your support!

Mesh Lacrosse and South Jersey Select Lacrosse would like to extend a sincere thank you for the tremendous support of the Katie Kernan fundraising campaign.
Together, we raised $2,600! These funds will be split and donated by SJS in Katie Kernan's memory to Make-A-Wish New Jersey and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatric Cancer Research.
The Katie Kernan shorts were PRE-ORDERS, so the shorts are now in production, and will be delivered to those that ordered 6-8 weeks from the time their orders were placed. For more info you can like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
NOTE: For those of you that pre-ordered shorts and selected "In-store Pickup at RuffLax", we are working on finding another pickup location and will be in touch about that soon.
Again, thank you for your support and contribution.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Lacrosse Playground » Mesh Lax Releases Crease Monster Lacrosse Shorts

Friday, May 16, 2014 — Mesh Lacrosse Crease Monster 2.0 Short released and announced on "Lacrosse Playground". Yes, a new creature is lurking around the crease. If you think you have what it takes to beat this nasty lil’ defender, then the Crease Monster 2.0 short is for you! These lightweight lacrosse shorts have side pockets, drawstring waistband and are perfect for practice or sideline chillin’.

Lacrosse Playground » Mesh Lax Releases Crease Monster Lacrosse Shorts

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Train with MLL champ Dom Sebastiani

Mesh Lacrosse is proud to endorse MLL and NLL pro, Dom Sebastiani and announce a unique opportunity for youth players to learn skills from the MLL champ and current member of the Colorado Mammoth and Denver Outlaws.

Dominate Lax Clinic
For Players in Grades 4-8th*
Saturday, November 23 — 11 AM to 12:30 PM
International Sports Centre (ISC)
1 Hovtech Blvd., Mt. Laurel, NJ

Only $30 when you register in advance, or pay $50 walk up fee. Goalies get in free! RSVP by emailing, call (609) 280-7022, or see the flyer below for more details.

This one day clinic will consist of fun and challenging ways for youth lacrosse players to improve their game. Dom and friends will provide tips to sharpen skills in the off-season, so players are better prepared to "dominate" in the spring!

*All players must be active US Lacrosse members and provide their membership number and full name prior to participating in the clinic.

Thursday, May 2, 2013 » Hills Takes On Autism

Bowling event supports kids on the spectrum
As reported by Jacqueline Birzon, Half Hollow Hills

Custom Hills vs. Autism shorts by Mesh Lacrosse

When tasked with a single community service project for his bar mitzvah last year, Drew Quinto was determined to affect long-term change. Rather than signing up for a one-time experience, Quinto and his parents, Paul and Allison, founded Hills vs. Autism, an organization that promotes tolerance for children on the autism spectrum.

This year, with the help of his parents and his brother, Quinto will host the second annual Hills vs. Autism Bowling fundraiser at Commack Vets Lanes on Friday.

The event, which raised $15,000 last year, fundraises for various local groups and agencies that provide social and recreational services for adolescents and teenagers on the spectrum.

The issue hits home for Quinto, who has a close relationship with his older brother, Corey, who is on the autism spectrum.

“We as a family felt there was a need for socialization, and we thought it would be great to make a donation in that way,” Quinto said, “We thought socialization because people who donate for autism usually donate toward research, and at this point there’s no cure, and social programs are important, so this was really the right place to start. “

Last year, Hills vs. Autism donated a chunk of their proceeds to bring a challenger lacrosse team all the way from Maryland to play in a tournament against a Half Hollow Hills–based team. The challenger league provides students on the spectrum with the chance to participate on a team sport, a valued opportunity for any child.

Quinto, a member of the Hills East lacrosse team, also remains active with the local challenger league.

The Quintos have also donated to the Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center’s theater program, and interactive after school experience for students to engage with peers over common theatrical interests. Corey has found his passion in the industry and is an aspiring film critic who can quote movies along with the most seasoned of critics. Corey has also participated in a vocational program where he shadowed employees at a local movie theatre, learning the ins and outs of the industry.

“I’ve seen a change; he gets more excited and positive,” Quinto said of his brother since finding his passion.

The event is set to take place on May 3, from 7-10 p.m., and will feature raffle items and custom Hills vs. Autism shorts (designed and produced by Mesh Lacrosse).

Fore more information on the organization and event, go to

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Lacrosse Playground » New Mesh Lacrosse Apparel

Lacrosse Playground » New Mesh Lacrosse Apparel

Posted on February 27, 2013 by 
Categories: ApparelShirts

Apparel company, Mesh Lacrosse, just made some new t-shirts available on their website. Three new t-shirts feature different material and designs. View the new lacrosse apparel below.

Pale Rider:
The Pale Rider T-Shirt is available in both youth and adult sizes. Youth sizes are 100% cotton preshrunk, and adult sizes are DryBlend Moisture Wicking Fabric. Seamless collar, double-needle sleeve and bottom hems.

The Low Riser T-Shirt is available in both youth and adult sizes. Heavyweight Blend: 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester Pre-shrunk, seamless body, ribbed crew neck collar, and two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom.

The Mesh Lacrosse Box-And-One T-Shirt is stealthy looking, dark heather gray in color and made of a comfortable DryBlend Moisture Wicking Fabric. Keep your head on a swivel for this sweet tee!