For the first time ever, 50 countries, 2,000 athletes and fans from all over the world will convene in Israel for the flagship international competition of lacrosse
Israel’s Nomi Komar was named Most Valuable Player for the Aberdeen, Scotland tournament
Jtown thrashes Kfar Etzion as Ra'anana beats Tel Aviv and stays in second place
The tournament was an individual stableford format, with a nine-hole tournament in the morning and an 18-hole competition in the afternoon
Shatilov's future as an athlete was in doubt after falling in qualifying routine for Rio Olympics, but Saturday's bronze marks his comeback
The format was greensomes, which means both players drive off the tee, choose the best shot and then play alternate shots
Training camp in New York yielded three convincing wins for the women’s team, even though it wasn’t at full strength
National team faces Malta on April 22, knowing victory will secure promotion to world championships
Jtown remains top of league, with second-place Ra'anana two points behind
Israel U-19 national team players Ori Bar David (10 goals) and Ron Bentura (eight goals) had breakout performances for the 'Lightning'
Big Blue QB Abell takes MVP with six TD passes in 42-36 victory
This is the Lions’ fifth trip to the Israel Bowl, though they’ve lost their last three appearances.