Lacrosse was created to end wars, not to provoke hostilities.
A lacrosse team, made up primarily of Native teens, has been banned from a league in South Dakota, ironically in a game which has its roots in indigenous nations.
Lacrosse is our game, invented by the Iroquois as an alternative to war and as a sport which has profound spiritual implications.
When I think of what it requires to be a rotiane in the best sense, Chief Irv Powless exemplified this in every instance of his 88 years and for that I am grateful
Some would say Angus 'Shine' George was a great Mohawk; world class athlete, fearless high steel worker, expert fisherman, master carpenter and highly skilled craftsman with a rich command of his Native language and strong opinions about the world.
From the beginning, when the Iroquois emerged as a distinct people thousands of years ago, they played lacrosse.
A new film called 'Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation' explores the indigenous origins of lacrosse.
The game must be restored along with the essential participation of its inventors -- the ancestors of the Iroquois Nationals.
The game of lacrosse is not simply an ancient game, but it is a sacred/spiritual or medicinal game.
Film critic Andy Webster of The New York Times offers a favorable review of Keepers of the Game, a documentary that follows an all-Mohawk girls lacrosse team in New York.
Activist and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Suzan Shown Harjo presents the Hall of Fame and Mantle of Shame Awards for 2015.
The recently concluded World Indoor Lacrosse Championship has brought honor and pride to the Onondaga Nation and they deserved all of the allocates they received.
The Iroquois Nationals are secure in their position as the second best box lacrosse team in the world.
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship held its opening ceremony before a sell out crowd of 7,000 plus at the Onondaga County War Memorial in Syracuse, New York
When the Onondaga Nation elected to host the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship it went all in.
Lacrosse is a game invented by the Iroquois many generations before contact with the Europeans as an alternative to war and conflict among communities and nations and as a contest which promotes peace and physical healing.
Lyle Thompson, a senior at SUNY Albany, is the first men's player to win the Tewaaraton Award in consecutive years.
The official announcement will be made at a press conference on Wednesday.
Lacrosse stars from the Onondaga Nation of New York say racism from fellow players and fans is common.
The sport that originated among the Iroquois has spread across the world.
A town known for producing talented basketball players and wrestlers is beginning to pay attention to the sport of lacrosse.
Brothers are the first Native players to win the award and the first to share it.
Miles Thompson and Lyle Thompson are headed to ceremony at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Zach Miller, a member of the Seneca Nation of New York, is making waves on the University of Denver lacrosse team.
Three young men from the Onondaga Nation of New York are seen as strong contenders for the Tewaaraton Award, the top honor in college lacrosse.
"Soon the world will be watching the greatest sporting event in modern times and the United Kingdom will be in the spotlight with all its glory. But its glory is...
The Iroquois Nationals won the bronze medal at the World Junior Field Lacrosse Championships in Finland. The team made history by defeating the U.S. in an early game. But they...
They carried the spirits of their ancestors, the inventors of the fastest game on two feet. They carried the power of those Iroquois players who dominated the sport from the...
The Iroquois Nationals made history at the World Junior Field Lacrosse Championships by beating the U.S. team on Tuesday by a score of 15-13. The victory marked the first time...
"A reluctant new coach faces the challenge of leading a team of unhappy youths to a championship. On the way, setbacks are encountered and eventually overcome, and everyone, from the...
"Movies featuring Native American heroes apparently are required to have their main characters hook up with their animal spirits and/or reconnect with their heritage before they can actually accomplish heroic...
“Crooked Arrows” Producers: J. Todd Harris and Mitchell Peck Co-producers: Neal Powless (Onondaga) and Ernest Stevens III (Oneida) Director: Steve Rash Writers: Tod Baird and Brad Riddell Crooked Arrows...
"Promotions are the lifeblood of pre-game and halftime entertainment at sporting events. Objectives can vary greatly -- from quick laughs to an attempt at education -- but few would seem...
"About 80 children sat in the oppressive heat on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday morning. White, black, American Indian children — a rainbow coalition itching for...
"Talk about a meeting of the minds. The deal, if you want to call it that, was hatched over handshakes and a couple of beers 18 months ago at...