NLL Draft: Grading Each Team’s Draft Night

The 2019 NLL Draft came and went on Tuesday night, welcoming in the next generation of talent into the league. While it was a more top-heavy draft class than in past years, there were still some surprises.  Grading each team from A-F, here is a breakdown of how each team fared on draft night.  Buffalo … Continue reading NLL Draft: Grading Each Team’s Draft Night

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2019 NLL Draft Results

FIRST ROUND New York – Tyson Gibson, Robert Morris, Forward Rochester – Ryland Rees, Stony Brook, Transition New England (from Philadelphia) –  Andrew Kew, Tampa, Forward Saskatchewan (from Vancouver) –  Holden Garlent, Canisius, Transition Halifax – Clarke Petterson, Cornell, Forward Colorado – Warren Jeffrey, Vermont, Defenseman Calgary (from New England) – Liam LeClair, Six Nations Jr. A, Defenseman Calgary (from San Diego) … Continue reading 2019 NLL Draft Results

2020 Schedule Preview: Navy Midshipmen

The Navy Midshipmen are the second DI team to release their 2020 schedule. Navy comes into the 2020 season after a 2019 campaign that saw the Midshipmen go 6-7 overall and 4-4 in the Patriot League. They missed their conference tournament and had a head coaching change over the summer with former Marquette head coach … Continue reading 2020 Schedule Preview: Navy Midshipmen

WILC 2019: Kentucky Connections

With the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships getting underway this week in Langley, BC, let's take a look at the multiple Kentucky connections in this year's tournament.  Lexington natives and Lexington Catholic graduates Stevan and Spencer Kriss will be suiting up for Team Serbia up in Langley this year. Both current players at DIII powerhouse … Continue reading WILC 2019: Kentucky Connections

CUFLA Week Two: McGill Beats Trent In Thriller, Brock and Western Domiante

With week two of the CUFLA season in the books every team has gotten their season underway. During week two, defending champs Western started their quest for a fourth title as they blew out Guelph. 2019 runner-ups Brock also got their season underway, taking down Toronto in a blowout win on Saturday. In addition, McGill … Continue reading CUFLA Week Two: McGill Beats Trent In Thriller, Brock and Western Domiante

NCAA Stock Watch: Who’s Stock Rose and Fell Over The Summer

  Another wild summer of transfers and coaching movements is over, with most schools being at least a week or two into fall ball and scrimmages getting underway as October approaches.  While the impact of coaching movements and transfers are always difficult to gage early on, there are those moves that instantly make a program's … Continue reading NCAA Stock Watch: Who’s Stock Rose and Fell Over The Summer

Redwoods LC Blows Out Chaos LC, Advances To Championship

In the championship bracket, Redwoods LC blew out Chaos LC to pick a fight with Whipsnakes LC in the inaugural PLL Championship game next week in Philadelphia. It was an impressive display of defense and a big second half run that helped lift Redwoods to victory.  Redwoods saw Jules Heningburg, Ryder Garnsey, Joe Walters, Brent … Continue reading Redwoods LC Blows Out Chaos LC, Advances To Championship

NCAA Approves Goal-Mouth Arc

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved the addition of a goal-mouth arc within the crease to help make the rules and officiating of the "dive" much more clear. The recommendation was initially by the NCAA Rules Committee back in August.  This new arc will extend six-feet from the center of the goal line … Continue reading NCAA Approves Goal-Mouth Arc