College lacrosse is in full swing and it's time we pay attention to one of the most sacred aspects of the sport: Flow. The art of achieving perfect Flow takes years to perfect as well as the self-confidence to go through several awkward hair styles. Our friends over at "90% of lax is in the flow" have put together a list of the 11 best college lacrosse Flows in the country. Hundreds of candidates were considered, but only these 11 had the right Flow to make this illustrious list. No doubt this list will raise a great deal of controversy, so voice your arguments in the comments below and since the list is not in any particular order, if we get enough solid suggestions, we will host a NCAA tournament style bracket to determine which Bro ultimately has the best Flow in college lacrosse. [inline:fallon]Peter Fallon (Brown, Sophomore, Defense): Country, lax, and great flow. With flow like this on the roster, Canada doesn't stand a chance. If lacrosse had it's own currency, this would be the portrait on the bills. [inline:virtue]Matt Virtue (Middlebury, Junior, Midfield): You'd have a smirk like that too if your hair was this amazing. Middle part isn't textbook, but sometimes the NESCAC Bro plays by its own rules. Equally as effective underneath a beanie on the Middlebury Snow Bowl as it is underneath a helmet on Kohn field. [inline:carter]Jason Carter (Maryland, Senior, Goalie): Carter's locks are a great example of lax hair transcending multiple eras. Change the jersey out and he'd look equally at home on the Terps' 1973 Championship squad. Great flow is great flow no matter when it appears.
[inline:clausen]Ken Clausen (Virginia, Junior, Defense): Clausen may be bordering on overflow here, but with the way he plays, I'm not going to be the guy to tell him to get a cut. [inline:grant]Grant Catalino (Maryland, Sophomore, Attack): Absolute sensational flow. Tremendous volume with that "I didn't try too hard to look this good" quality to it. Hair like this will strike fear into whoever tries to guard him this season because they know he's spending his time working on his off-hand, not combing his locks. [inline:coll]Michael Colleluori (Hofstra, Senior, Midfield): Proof that even the Island can flow hard. A inspirational example that underscores the fact that even in the land of hair gel and fake tans, you can still bro out. [inline:ehr]Barney Ehrmann (Georgetown, Junior, Defense): This kind of hair can only result from the finest pedigree, exactly what Ehrmann's MIAA background is. After he de-sticks you, picks up the gb, and jets upfield, that gorgeous mane is the last thing you'll see flowing in the wind. At least you were embarrassed by the best. [inline:reed]Travis Reed (Maryland, Sophomore, Attack): Maryland's third entry, and a textbook one at that. Combines a casual frat sweep front with a full-on fiesta in the back. Everything about this kid says "low to high rip" courtesy of the Charm City. [inline:bitter]Billy Bitter (North Carolina, Sophomore, Attack): One of the finest roster shots in years. Straight class with the blue blazer and prep school-esque tie. Looks as good at a cocktail party as it does in the media guide. Flow like this makes you wish he was dating your little sister. [inline:smith]Sid Smith (Syracuse, Senior, Defense): Proof that flow can be traced all the way back to the origins of the game: Bagataway. Smith feels just as comfortable playing box as he does terrorizing attackmen on D-I fields, showing that exceptional flow cares not what style that you play, only that you play with style. [inline:bigelow]Tim Bigelow (Hobart, Sophomore, Attack):The Flow Gods clearly blessed Bigelow's scalp otherwise attaining such mesmerizing flow would not be possible. Utilizing a perfect blend of length and side part, this is the type of flow that while unruly off the field, makes such a big statement on the field that it's worth any sacrifice. Think we left out a Bro with Flow? Sound off in the comments below and let us know who we missed. Links to pictures illustrating their respective flow is greatly appreciated.