For most male athletes, hair is the last thing on their minds, normally consumed by games, practices and training. For hockey and lacrosse players, hair is a way of life.
Known as “flow,” the long hair peaking out from their helmets is almost a necessity for the DePaul Hockey Club.
“A lot of people take it like some sort of ritual,” said Captain Billy Allen. “Some kids on the team won’t even cut their hair until the end of the season, until nationals or playoffs.” (more…)
Much like Edward Lorenz’s theory that order could be found among apparent chaos, the DePaul men’s lacrosse club is working to find a sense of organization and structure in the mess that was left behind last year. (more…)
Flow is defined as the style and essence of a ‘lacrosse bro,’ referring to the long, wavy or curly hair sported by lacrosse players, which peeks out from the back of their helmets or baseball hats. This hairstyle allows players to have a flow or be flowin’ and is essential to the image and game of any ‘true lax bro.’ (more…)