Friday, December 31, 2010

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!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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...

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

LAX teaser...

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







Friday, November 5, 2010

Squash magazine reviews the Harrow Sneak Court Shoe

Squash Magazine did a write up on the new Harrow sneak court shoe for their October issue - Here's what they had to say -




Have you ever experienced that adrenaline rush when a hot car is sitting at a traffic light just dying to throw down the hammer with treads that are gushing with confidence? You know, the kind with the jet black discs of seemingly inch thick rubber wrapped around a glistening set of aluminum alloy wheels waiting to rocket from 0 - 100 mph in a blink of the eye - all the while ensuring a stickiness that will let you pull a couple of G's around the tightest corners?

I know, I know, this isn't 'Road N' Track', but you look for the same thing for your feet on the court, right? Okay, maybe not black soled kicks since they're outlawed on the beautiful hardwoods of our squash courts, but finding a faithful, dependable, slick - looking comfy pair of shoes is a squash players dream.

If this sounds like Nirvana for your feet, not to mention your fashion sense, then welcome to the Harrow sneak! These shoes are hot - very light, supple (as in ready to hit the courts right out of the box) snug, with a squeaky grip that is like having a sprinters starting blocks providing that little extra 'umph' as you chase down your opponent's next shot.

What else can we say? Th3ere are squash shoes, and then there are Bugatti Veyron-like treads that you'll never want to put in the garage.



Check 'em out - now!

The sneak is available at select retailers nationwide, and at our website, www.harrowsports.com

Enter coupon code FREENOVEMBER at checkout to get free shipping on this and all orders over $75 for the rest of November

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Best hockey fight of October?

Zenon Konopka vs Daniel Carcillo - Oct 30, 2010

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Katrina Dowd nominated for Lacrosse Magazine player of the year



Harrow is proud to announce that our womens lacrosse brand manager, Katrina Dowd is one of four nominees for the coveted Lacrosse Magazine player of the year award.
The three time D1 National Champion joined Harrow on the back of an incredible season, leading the wildcats in both goals (77) and points (110), tying 33 assists.
Show your support by voting for Katrina at lacrosse magazine

For more information on Katrina, check out the blog post

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Harrow player Woody Clouse defends his US OPEN CPRT Championship title










Woody Clouse successfully defended his US OPEN CPRT Championship with a four game win over the upset minded Jeff Bell. Woody came out firing as aces and quick kills dominated game one 9-0 as Bell struggled to get used to the all-glass stadium court. Bell regrouped to take a 5-0 lead of his own in game two and cruised to a 9-5 win that seemed to get him into the match until Clouse turned up pace once again for a 9-2 win in game three. Up two games to one and sensing the title was his to take, Clouse served like he did in game one and repeated a 9-0 game to repeat as US OPEN Champion.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Harrow Sports and the College Squash Association Renew Sponsorship Agreement


Harrow Sports and the College Squash Association (CSA) have signed a three-year sponsorship agreement. This renewed agreement keeps Harrow Sports as the official equipment supplier of the CSA.

According to Shona Kerr, Women’s CSA President, “We are extremely excited to continue our sponsorship arrangement. Harrow’s squash gear has become a fixture in the college squash world.”

Harrow Sport’s racquets, shoes, clothes, and accessories are used by hundreds of players in the CSA. In addition, many top professional and amateur squash players use Harrow equipment.

According to Harrow Sports’ Dave Rosen, “We are extremely pleased with the relationship that has developed between Harrow and the CSA and it was a very easy decision to extend our sponsorship for another three years. The CSA has grown steadily over the course of our agreement and I hope we continue to work with the ever-expanding programs to provide great squash equipment to all of the CSA schools for years to come.”

“Like the CSA, Harrow is very focused on squash teams. Harrow’s customized racquets, bags, and clothing have helped make team bonds stronger for players, parents, and fans,” adds Bob Callahan, CSA Men’s President.

Harrow Sports will have a presence at the Women’s National Team Championships – Howe Cup (February 18th – 21st, hosted by Princeton University), the Men’s National Team Championships (February 25th – 27th, hosted by Harvard University), and the Individual Championships (March 4th – 6th, hosted by Dartmouth College).

About Harrow Sports: Harrow Sports is a recognized leader in high performance composite technology for sports equipment. Since its inception, Harrow has led the industry in game changing composites in squash, lacrosse, ice hockey and field hockey. For additional information, visit http://www.harrowsports.com or contact Dave Rosen (Tel: 303-889-9891 or Email: drosen@harrowsports.com).

About the College Squash Association: The College Squash Association (CSA) is the governing body for men’s and women’s intercollegiate squash in the United States. It ranks players and teams, establishes and enforces rules, hosts annual individual and team championships, and archives college squash history. There are approximately 100 men’s and women’s collegiate squash programs in the United States. The CSA is dedicated to growing college squash. For additional information, visit http://CollegeSquashAssociation.com.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Kasey Brown wins three medals at Commonwealth Games




Harrow would like to congratulate Kasey Brown on her gold medal win – beating out New Zealand’s Joelle King and Martin Knight to take home her third medal of the commonwealth games.

Kasey’s incredible performance also won bronze medals in the singles and doubles events, continuing Australia’s medal streak in the squash.

Monday, October 11, 2010

zenon konopka talks about his father's war torn life.



Christopher Botta from fanhouse.com wrote a great piece about Zenon Konopka, pictured left with his custom made 300 GS gloves and custom syncro elite one piece stick.

Ask most NHL players where they get their character and work ethic, and you'll hear warm and appreciative stories about moms and dads who drove them to hockey practices at five o'clock in the morning. Ask Zenon Konopka, the gritty and pugnacious fourth-line center of the New York Islanders, and he's got some story to tell about Zenon Konopka Sr.

"I play hockey and I scrap, and I guess people say I'm tough," said Konopka, who led the NHL last season with 33 fighting majors while a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning. "But my dad ... now, he was tough. There isn't any comparison between what I do as a hockey player and what his life was all about."

Konopka's Polish-born father was three years old when Germany and later Russia invaded Poland at the start of World War II. Russian soldiers came to his family's home and said they would be placed in a concentration camp in Siberia.

"The way I understand the story," said the Islander, "my father's family was left on a train to Siberia for two straight weeks before it moved an inch. People got sick. People died all around them before they even left Poland."

His family was not spared; Konopka had relatives who died of starvation.

His grandfather and uncle were given a choice after Germany split from Russia: if they joined the battle against the Nazis, the Konopka family would be relocated to a safe location in Africa. They went to war while Zenon Konopka's father and aunts lived in Africa.

"Two of my aunts are still alive," said Konopka. "They follow my hockey career and they'll always be an inspiration to me."

Sadly, his father did not live to see Konopka play with the Lightning -- or even his four years as a teenager with the Ottawa 67s of the Ontario Hockey League.

"I was 13 years old," remembers Konopka, who was raised by his mother and father in Niagara-on-the-Lake. "I was supposed to go on a school trip to Quebec, but for some reason I couldn't understand, Dad insisted that I didn't go.

"He worked in a GM plant for 10 hours a day, but in the morning and at night, he worked on our family farm. One morning while I was sleeping, he was out on his tractor. He went to make a left turn on the road at the same time a car tried to pass him on the left. They crashed. My father fell out of the tractor, but the tractor landed on him and he passed away instantly."

Zenon Konopka Sr. was 58 years old. His son says it took him more than a decade before he could bring himself to discuss his death.

"It's still so hard," he says today. "My father was indestructible in my eyes. To me, he was the invincible man."

Zenon Konopka can talk about tragedy today because time has allowed him to see that his own story of a climb from the depths of the minors to the NHL is, in large part, a tale about his parents.


With his father gone, his mother Arlene ran the family farm with Zenon and his sisters before selling it when he left to play junior hockey. Through it all, Arlene still found time -- like most Canadian parents -- to drive Zenon to his hockey games and practices. The few lessons the young boy was unable to learn from his dad about work ethic, he saw every day in the actions of his mom. It's easy to see why Konopka never gave up on his NHL dream, a goal his father told everyone in Niagara-on-the-Lake was his destiny.

Those good years with the 67s did not earn Konopka an NHL or American League contract. He played for $300 a week in East Coast League in Wheeling, W.Va. He never stopped trying to reach the NHL. He won faceoffs and blocked shots, and if taking on every fighter who challenged or took liberties with a teammate in Wheeling or Scranton or Idaho or Cincinnati would also get the attention of scouts, it was a small price to pay.

"Courage is my grandfather and uncle fighting the Nazis, you know what I mean?" he says.

Six years into his pro career, Konopka finally started to get noticed and taken seriously. He played his first 23 NHL games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 2005-06 season. The next year, he got an earnest look in the Columbus Blue Jackets organization, got in six NHL games and played for the aptly-named Syracuse Crunch of the AHL. On a team with a half-dozen guys willing to drop the gloves, Konopka could fight and play. After averaging 20 goals and 50 points over two full seasons in the AHL, the six-foot, 200-pound center got his first real chance in the NHL. In 74 games last season with Tampa Bay, Konopka had two goals, three assists and 265 penalty minutes.

The Islanders, admirers of his passion and grit for a while, gave him a one-way offer when he became an unrestricted free agent. More established in the NHL than he has ever been in his career, the 29-year-old Konopka isn't about to stop fighting and playing in memory of his father.

"I lost my dad when I was just 13 years old, but when I look back at those years, everything for him revolved around me," Konopka said the other day after an Islanders' practice. "I was talking to my older sisters about him a few years ago, asking them questions about dad. One of them joked, 'I think you knew him better than all of us. You were his life.' That really kind of blew me away.

"He was always there for me, taking me to hockey, taking me to baseball, being my biggest fan. He made incredible sacrifices for his family. I was lucky to have him in my life, and every time I'm about to play another game, I'm thinking of him."">fanhouse.com


Ask most NHL players where they get their character and work ethic, and you'll hear warm and appreciative stories about moms and dads who drove them to hockey practices at five o'clock in the morning. Ask Zenon Konopka, the gritty and pugnacious fourth-line center of the New York Islanders, and he's got some story to tell about Zenon Konopka Sr.

"I play hockey and I scrap, and I guess people say I'm tough," said Konopka, who led the NHL last season with 33 fighting majors while a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning. "But my dad ... now, he was tough. There isn't any comparison between what I do as a hockey player and what his life was all about."

Konopka's Polish-born father was three years old when Germany and later Russia invaded Poland at the start of World War II. Russian soldiers came to his family's home and said they would be placed in a concentration camp in Siberia.

"The way I understand the story," said the Islander, "my father's family was left on a train to Siberia for two straight weeks before it moved an inch. People got sick. People died all around them before they even left Poland."

His family was not spared; Konopka had relatives who died of starvation.

His grandfather and uncle were given a choice after Germany split from Russia: if they joined the battle against the Nazis, the Konopka family would be relocated to a safe location in Africa. They went to war while Zenon Konopka's father and aunts lived in Africa.

"Two of my aunts are still alive," said Konopka. "They follow my hockey career and they'll always be an inspiration to me."

Sadly, his father did not live to see Konopka play with the Lightning -- or even his four years as a teenager with the Ottawa 67s of the Ontario Hockey League.

"I was 13 years old," remembers Konopka, who was raised by his mother and father in Niagara-on-the-Lake. "I was supposed to go on a school trip to Quebec, but for some reason I couldn't understand, Dad insisted that I didn't go.

"He worked in a GM plant for 10 hours a day, but in the morning and at night, he worked on our family farm. One morning while I was sleeping, he was out on his tractor. He went to make a left turn on the road at the same time a car tried to pass him on the left. They crashed. My father fell out of the tractor, but the tractor landed on him and he passed away instantly."

Zenon Konopka Sr. was 58 years old. His son says it took him more than a decade before he could bring himself to discuss his death.

"It's still so hard," he says today. "My father was indestructible in my eyes. To me, he was the invincible man."

Zenon Konopka can talk about tragedy today because time has allowed him to see that his own story of a climb from the depths of the minors to the NHL is, in large part, a tale about his parents.

With his father gone, his mother Arlene ran the family farm with Zenon and his sisters before selling it when he left to play junior hockey. Through it all, Arlene still found time -- like most Canadian parents -- to drive Zenon to his hockey games and practices. The few lessons the young boy was unable to learn from his dad about work ethic, he saw every day in the actions of his mom. It's easy to see why Konopka never gave up on his NHL dream, a goal his father told everyone in Niagara-on-the-Lake was his destiny.

Those good years with the 67s did not earn Konopka an NHL or American League contract. He played for $300 a week in East Coast League in Wheeling, W.Va. He never stopped trying to reach the NHL. He won faceoffs and blocked shots, and if taking on every fighter who challenged or took liberties with a teammate in Wheeling or Scranton or Idaho or Cincinnati would also get the attention of scouts, it was a small price to pay.

"Courage is my grandfather and uncle fighting the Nazis, you know what I mean?" he says.

-Zenon Konopka Six years into his pro career, Konopka finally started to get noticed and taken seriously. He played his first 23 NHL games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the 2005-06 season. The next year, he got an earnest look in the Columbus Blue Jackets organization, got in six NHL games and played for the aptly-named Syracuse Crunch of the AHL. On a team with a half-dozen guys willing to drop the gloves, Konopka could fight and play. After averaging 20 goals and 50 points over two full seasons in the AHL, the six-foot, 200-pound center got his first real chance in the NHL. In 74 games last season with Tampa Bay, Konopka had two goals, three assists and 265 penalty minutes.

The Islanders, admirers of his passion and grit for a while, gave him a one-way offer when he became an unrestricted free agent. More established in the NHL than he has ever been in his career, the 29-year-old Konopka isn't about to stop fighting and playing in memory of his father.

"I lost my dad when I was just 13 years old, but when I look back at those years, everything for him revolved around me," Konopka said the other day after an Islanders' practice. "I was talking to my older sisters about him a few years ago, asking them questions about dad. One of them joked, 'I think you knew him better than all of us. You were his life.' That really kind of blew me away.

"He was always there for me, taking me to hockey, taking me to baseball, being my biggest fan. He made incredible sacrifices for his family. I was lucky to have him in my life, and every time I'm about to play another game, I'm thinking of him."

view the original article at nhl.fanhouse.com

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Team USA defeats the International Squad in third annual Harrow Cup



John Russell laments the tee shot on #3 that almost became his first Hole in One

Friday, September 24, 2010

Katrina Dowd joins Harrow Sports



Harrow Sports is proud to announce Katrina Dowd, the latest addition to our Sport management team. The Three - time D1 National Champion will be heading up our Women’s Lacrosse division. Katrina brings years of experience on the field, and a decorated sports career to Harrow – qualities that will ensure that we continue to bring innovative, progressive and versatile products to the lacrosse field.

At Harrow, our consultants are truly spectacular athletes. Hand-picked from D1 colleges and professional circuits, we believe these players are truly suited to test, refine and develop some of the most advanced sports equipment on the market. We continue this tradition by welcoming Katrina to our ranks, an outstanding player with a formidable record.

Katrina is one of the top lacrosse players in the nation. By graduation, she had won three division 1 national championships, bringing 77 goals and 109 points into her final year. As the #4 goal scorer in her college’s history, she rounded out her college career as Female Athlete of the Year with an incredible 267 points and 209 goals.




Often cited as a player who performs under pressure; her fearless, unwavering approach earned her the 2010 IWCLA attacker of the year. In Katrina’s own words, “Great players step up in the toughest situations, and that's tournament time”.

In addition to her championship wins, Katrina was a finalist for the coveted Tewaaraton Award, standing alongside the top 25 players in the nation. She was also one of four nominees for the 2010 Honda Lacrosse Award.

As a junior, Katrina played all 23 games, starting in 20. Her 75 goals, thirteen assists and 88 points shattered her own previous records, earning her the title of 2009 NCAA tournament MVP and IWCLA first team all – American. Titles that were truly earned, Katrina is a three time NCAA all-tournament team selection, scoring a record 22 goals in the 2009 NCAA tournament.



In case you’re reading this, recognize her name, but can’t place where, Katrina’s media highlight was her incredible no look, over the shoulder goal which was featured on ESPN’s highlight reel. You can see the footage of this unbelievable shot at our youtube channel, youtube.com/harrowsportsvids

Katrina brings this same dedication and relentlessness to Harrow. At the forefront of her game, her drive and passion will ensure our women’s lacrosse range will continue to develop as some of the best equipment in the world.

We at Harrow are excited to have Katrina on board, and look forward to the incredible developments she will surely bring to Harrow, and to women’s lacrosse.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Harrow Sports To Sponsor the Central Hockey League


Harrow Sports is proud to announce that they have signed a three year sponsorship agreement with the Central Hockey League (CHL)! The Central Hockey League (formerly the Central Junior Hockey League) is a 12 team Junior "A" Hockey League based out of Eastern Ontario that kicked off their 50th year at their Annual September Showcase last weekend.

"Being one of the title supplier's for the Tier 1 Junior "A" Central Hockey League is a major step in the growth of Harrow Hockey. The Central Hockey League has proven, year over year, to be one of the premiere Junior hockey leagues in Canada. We are very excited to have signed this three year sponsorship, and look forward to building a long term relationship with Kevin and the league!" says Harrow Sports Ontario Sales Supervisor and Hockey Pro-Rep, Mike Cwiertniewski.

Kevin Abrams, the League Commissioner, states, “We've been watching the growth and success of Harrow Sports over the past couple years. Their diversity as a complete custom equipment and apparel manufacturing company make them a perfect fit for the Central Hockey League. The fact that the top two scorers in our league last year were using Harrow Hockey sticks when the agreement wasn't in place was all the evidence we needed to feel confident in this new sponsorship agreement. We hope this is the beginning of a long-term partnership."

Harrow Sports, Inc., based in Denver, Colorado, is a sports-equipment manufacturer focusing on hockey, lacrosse, squash, field hockey, racquetball and tennis. Harrow serves the hockey market with a complete line of equipment and apparel products.

For additional information, contact Harrow Sports at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.com.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Photos: Harrow Hockey Gear in Action

Enjoy these great photos of Alberta Sales Consultant Ryan Steinke in action with his Harrow Pro-Foam goalie stick.

Ryan plays for the Devils in the Capital City Elite Hockey League, considered the most competitive senior men's hockey league in the City of Edmonton, Alberta.



Thursday, August 19, 2010

Harrow Sports Announces New Retail Location in Greenwich, Connecticut

Harrow Sports is excited to announce the grand opening of a new retail store in the heart of Greenwich, Connecticut. Harrow Sports Greenwich is located just off Greenwich Avenue behind Saks. Customers can shop Harrow’s selection of premium products for squash, lacrosse, ice hockey, field hockey and apparel. Coaches and athletic directors can inquire about Harrow team outfitting packages for uniforms, spirit wear and custom equipment. Portions of all squash racquet sales will go to the local squash professionals who support the Harrow brand.

The new Harrow Retail store is located at 189 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830. Customers can contact the store at 203-742-6060.

Be sure to stop by and check out our products which are among the most technologically advanced and effective in their respective sports. Each day, more coaches and athletic directors are turning to Harrow Sports for their athletes’ equipment and apparel needs.





Friday, August 13, 2010

Harrow Sports signs partnership with Western Collegiate Field Hockey Conference


Denver, CO - Harrow Sports, a diversified sporting goods and apparel manufacturer based in Denver, Colorado, has signed a partnership agreement with the Western Collegiate Field Hockey Conference and their member teams.

"We are excited to work with a company that has a great reputation and is catering to each of our University’s needs.” Say’s Amber Zimmermann, WCFHC President. “We are grateful for their generous offerings to each team and our conference as a whole. We look forward to the opportunity to represent Harrow Sports over the next two years."

“Club sports participation at the collegiate level is on the rise and being played at a higher level every year. These programs have the same equipment and apparel needs as NCAA programs but generally operate on a much tighter budget. We have made collegiate club sports programs a principal focus across the board and our partnership with the WCFHC is indicative of that commitment, " says Bill Edell, Western Region Sales Manager at Harrow Sports. “We look forward to supporting the WCFHC and all of their participating teams for the next few years.

For additional information, contact Harrow Sports at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.com.

For more information on the WCFHC visit www.wcfhc.org.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Products of the Week! Harrow Titan 10000 and 5280

Harrow Sports is proud to introduce its newest field hockey sticks to the line-up this season. The Titan 10000 and 5280 offer maximum control and extreme power to your game.

The Harrow Titan 10000 Field Hockey Stick is the stiffest, most powerful stick in our line. Elite players will be pleasantly surprised with the force behind hits yet soft touch on receptions.

Brilliant fiberglass placement creates added forgiveness to the Harrow 5280 Field Hockey Stick without sacrificing power. A sandpaper finish on the toe also adds to the exceptional feel of this stick.

The Harrow Titan 10000 and Harrow 5280 are both in stock and available online at www.harrowsports.com . Check them out today!

Friday, July 23, 2010

2010 World Lacrosse Championship Wrap-up


We recently returned from the 2010 World Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England where we spent three days at our Harrow Lacrosse booth in the main sales tent. This event was extremely well run by the ELA and our hats go off to Monkhouse for creating a very welcoming and successful sales area for people to visit, shop for lacrosse gear and socialize.

In addition to the physical presence we had at the games, we were well represented by a number of top National lacrosse teams. Among the teams that Harrow Sports sponsored, spectators saw Japan, Italy, Suisse, Netherlands, Argentina, Slovakia, South Korea, and many masters lacrosse teams all sporting Harrow Gear and/or Apparel. The official Harrow lacrosse uniforms that were worn by team Argentina were some of the most complimented lacrosse uniforms at the event. All the teams looked great.

Harrow Sports International Sales Manager Rose Kiernan represented Harrow Sports at the World Lacrosse Championship. "I was excited to participate in the Manchester games and to have met so many great people in the short time I was able to attend. As a company, Harrow Sports hopes to continue expanding our business relationships deep into the international market. This event was a great place to start."

For additional information about Harrow Sports and Harrow's International Sales, please contact Rose Kiernan at rkiernan@harrowsports.com

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Harrow Sports to Sponsor Shorter University Women's Lacrosse

DENVER, CO - Harrow Sports inks a 4 year agreement with Shorter University Women's Lacrosse to be their exclusive equipment and apparel supplier. Shorter University Women's Lacrosse enters its inaugural season in 2011, and will play a full competitive schedule that includes NAIA, NCAA III and NCAA II institutions.

"We are truly excited to be a part of the vision that Shorter University has in women's lacrosse," said Harrow Sports Sales Manager, Bill Edell. "We believe their commitment to women's athletics is exemplary and feel this partnership will be beneficial to both sides. With a fully funded program and the support of an athletic department that is dedicated to success, I have no doubt that Shorter University Women's Lacrosse will be a legitimate contender in the very near future."

"I am extremely excited to partner with Harrow in the process of building the foundation of lacrosse here at Shorter University." Said Brittni Dulaney, Shorter University ,Head Women's Lacrosse Coach. "I know that working with Harrow will allow us to maximize the potential of our program."

For additional information, contact Harrow Sports at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.com.

For more information on Shorter University Athletics visit http://goshorterhawks.cstv.com/ .

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Harrow Sports to Sponsor Utah State University Hockey



Harrow Sports is proud to announce this week that it has signed Utah State Men's Hockey to a three-year sponsorship deal. As the official equipment supplier of the ACHA and an innovator in the hockey equipment and team apparel market, Harrow continues to build loyalty throughout the college ranks.

"We are very excited to bring the high-profile USU team on board as a Harrow-sponsored program and an advocate for our rapidly growing brand" said Bill Edell, Harrow Sports' Western Region Sales Manager.

"The USU program has a lot of momentum right now, so it's a great time for us to establish a partnership with such a quality brand as Harrow. The players and coaches are excited for this upcoming season and look forward to a long-lasting relationship with Harrow Sports." said Jon Eccles, Head Coach at Utah State.

For additional information, contact us at 800.541.2905 or by email at custserv@harrowsports.com.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

2010 Vail Lacrosse Shootout

Some exciting drama in the Supermasters winner’s bracket. The Quicksilver Elder Statesmen needed overtime to get past the Adidas Magic Wands 7-6 yesterday. It was a tight match today, tied 2-2 at the beginning of the second quarter. However, in the end, the Elder Statesmen prevailed in an 8-7 win!



Harrow Sports Western Region Manager, Bill Edell [pictured here], is a member of the Quicksilver Elder Statesman team

Monday, June 28, 2010

Colorado Sidebar - Mt Bierstadt

As a transplant from the state of Ohio, I live in awe of the beautiful mountains surrounding us here at the Harrow Sports headquarters in Denver, CO every day. If you visit or move to Colorado and enjoy hiking, bagging a 14-er is almost a right of passage. This weekend I finally got to conquer MY first 14-er.

For those not familiar with the term, a "14-er" is a mountain exceeding 14,000 feet. Mount Bierstadt is one of Colorado’s most popular, and easiest fourteeners. Along with Mount Evans, Bierstadt is the closest 14'er to Denver. It’s not much more than an hour outside of Denver and the easiest route only requires a 3.25 mile, 2,391 foot ascent up a class 1 trail to reach the summit.

They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, so I'll let the pictures speak for themselves but if you are in Colorado for the Vail Lacrosse Shootout and enjoy hiking, I encourage you to feel the adrenaline rush yourself!


View of the summit from the trailhead



Just starting to climb and the parking lot is getting pretty small.


The final ascent.


We made it!

Friday, June 25, 2010

Product of the Week - NEW!!! JEWEL



Harrow Sports is proud to announce the newest addition to our world-renowned Vapor line of frames - Jewel. With the same playability and high performance that top players have come to expect from The Vapor in a dazzling new cosmetic, The Jewel is the treasure you have been searching for. Power, control and a blinged out design.

If you want to be the ruler of the court, The Jewel is the racquet for you.

The Jewel is also strung with new UltraNick 17 gauge string from Ashaway for increased power and ball control. The Jewel is in stock and ready to ship today!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

2010 USA FH National Futures



Harrow Sports wants to extend congratulations to all the 2010 USA Field Hockey National Futures Championship selectees! In Virgina Beach? Be sure to stop by and visit Alli Tanner, Harrow's FH Brand Manager! All NFC participants receive 20% off!

Monday, June 21, 2010

2010 US Lacrosse U15 Lax Fest

This past weekend, we were thrilled to be part of the 2010 U15 Lax Fest in Lake George, NY. There was a great turnout from all across the country and we saw lots of fierce competition.

Thanks so much to all who stopped by our booth. We enjoyed talking with you and enjoyed sharing the excitement for our hemi cuda, SOLO, P7 and stick bags.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Visit us at the U15 Lax Fest!


This weekend we will be at the 2010 US Lacrosse U15 Lax Fest in beautiful Lake George, NY. If you are planning to be there, be sure and stop by our booth and visit with our staff. We would love to help you pick out a new lacrosse shaft!

For more information about the U15 Lax Fest event, please click here.

Sneak Peek! New Harrow SYNCRO-HYBRID Hockey Glove



Coming September 2010

Harrow Sports has engineered a Hybrid ice hockey glove by combining the technologies used in Harrow's renowned Lacrosse Glove into the Syncro-Hybrid. The Syncro-Hybrid introduces an enhanced level of comfort and mobility to the Ice Hockey world - featuring a triple-flex independent cuff system and a unique floating wrist guard. The Syncro-Hybrid also features a customizable cuff for quickly adding player/team names, logos or numbers.

And best of all - these gloves will blow you away in performance!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Harrow Sports Partners with the AAHL



Harrow Sports has signed a one year deal to be the official equipment supplier to the All American Hockey League (AAHL) for the 2010-2011 season.

Harrow Sports will supply players in the AAHL with sticks, gloves, pants and apparel.

"We at Harrow Sports are very excited to sign this agreement with the AAHL. Our agreement creates a partnership between two organizations looking to grow their brand recognition in the sport of Ice Hockey, and we feel the AAHL is exactly the type of professional organization to grow with." says Jeff Corey, Hockey Brand Manager.

As part of the agreement, Harrow will serve as the official sponsor of the AAHL Player of the Week Award and Player of the Month Award.

Harrow Sports, Inc., based in Denver, Colorado, is a sports-equipment manufacturer focusing on hockey, lacrosse, squash, field hockey, racquetball and tennis. Harrow serves the hockey market with a complete line of equipment and apparel products. For more information, contact Jeff Corey at 1.866.673.6425 or jcorey@harrowsports.com

2010 U13 Lax Fest

We had a wonderful time at the 2010 U13 Lax Fest in Warren county, Ohio! Here are some of our favorite photos with you from the weekend.











Thursday, May 13, 2010

Bill Edell at the WDIA

Bill Edell, West Regional Sales Manager at Harrow Sports, provides a sneak peek into the action at the 2010 WDIA National Championships in Scottsdale, AZ.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Upsets in Day 3 of WDIA – DI Play

The evening started with an epic battle between #3 seed Lindenwood and #7 BYU. Tied at halftime, it looked like BYU was posed to have the first upset victory of the evening. However, Lindenwoods defense shut out the Cougars for the final 21 minutes of the game, and held on to 12-9 win to advance to the semi-finals tonight.

There were nothing but upset victories for the rest of the evening. UCSB came out firing and took the early lead, but the stifling CSU defense came back and didn’t allow another goal for the final 19 minutes of the first half. CSU’s attack started to heat up, and helped the Rams to a 8-7 victory, and the right to face Lindenwood in tonight’s 8pm semi-final game.

Meanwhile, another upset was brewing on field 4. CU beat the #1 seeded and highly favored Santa Clara Mustangs. The Buffs defense held Santa Clara to under 10 goals for only the second time this season, and had the scoring support to win 12-9 and move on to the semi-final game at 6pm tonight.

The last game of the night ended in an over time battle between two California schools, #4 UC Davis and #5 Cal Poly. They split the two games played earlier this year, and were posed to battle to the end for the chance to play the Buffs. Over time was needed to decide the third meeting between the teams. Cal Poly, always a great National Tournament team, prevailed and will play CU this evening.

Stay posted for more scores and information.

Division II Updates

SMU pulled off an upset victory over Oakland to move on to the semi-finals at 11am today vs #3 seed Loyola.

Two teams from the Golden State, USD and Cal, will battle in the other semi-final at 11. Follow us on Twitter to get updates on all the games this morning.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

WDIA National Championship - Day 2

Day one finished with an overtime thriller. The CU/Georgia game proved to be a great match up. The Buffs scored in the second period of overtime with :24 seconds left to take the lead and the win over the Bulldogs.

Cal Poly prevailed over Texas. The Mustangs are always a threat to go to the Title Game with 7 WDIA Championships already.

West Chester lost to Santa Clara, but gave the #1 seed a tough first round battle.

UC Davis won easily over BC to begin their quest for a Championship at their first appearance at the WDIA National Tournament.

Lindenwood hung on to win over a tough Minnesota team to win by 3 goals, after being tied at half time.

BYU prevailed over Florida to send the Gators to the consolation bracket.

UCSB looked strong against the Ducks from Oregon to move on.

CSU upset VA Tech to knock the reigning champion from 2009. A new champ will be crowned for 2010!

Stay with us as we update you on the first day of competition of the Division II Tournament! Also make sure to stop by the Harrow booth and enter to win a P Series stick!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

2010 WDIA National Championships Begin



The wait is finally over, the WDIA National Championships are upon us. All of us at Harrow would like to congratulate the teams on qualifying. We are anticipating a great tournament and wish you all the best of luck!