Matt Beer Signs Multi-Year Extension With Vancouver

Vancouver Warriors defenseman Matt Beers has signed a multi-year contract extension to stay with the Warriors. Currently in his ninth season in the NLL, Beers has spent his whole career with the Vancouver franchise, being drafted 13th overall in 2009 when they were the Washington Stealth.  Beers - named a captain this season - has … Continue reading Matt Beer Signs Multi-Year Extension With Vancouver

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PLL Announces Stop at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario

The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has announced that they will make a stop in Hamilton, Ontario on August 16-17 at Tim Hortons Field. This is the first stop the PLL has announced that is in Canada. This announcement comes a day after the league announced their stop in Denver.  Hamilton is the eleventh city that … Continue reading PLL Announces Stop at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario

Cusack-Margolis Talks Recent Offers And More

2019 Gann Academy (Mass.) goalie Noah Cusack-Margolis has recently picked up multiple offers from DI schools, as well as a few DII and DIII schools as well. The goalie is able to make saves from various spots on the field but seems to thrive off of shutting the door on shots coming from the inside. … Continue reading Cusack-Margolis Talks Recent Offers And More

Phil Weis Transferring to Boston U.

  After entering the transfer portal and leaving the program back in January, former Towson attackman Phil Weis will be transferring to Boston U. in the fall. The Sophomore was named a CAA All-Rookie selection last season at Towson.   The Loyola Blakefield (Md.) product started in 15 games for the Tigers last year, tallying 15 … Continue reading Phil Weis Transferring to Boston U.

Bracketology 3.0: What’s Going On?

After the first weekend in April we still don't have much clarity in a lot of the conference races, but we do have a good idea in some. Last weekend was crazy as there were upsets everywhere. Today, we sit less than a month away from Selection Sunday and things are winding down and heating … Continue reading Bracketology 3.0: What’s Going On?

Tuesday Notebook: Brown Defeats Providence, Record-Setting Day for Sacred Heart

It wasn't the most exciting Tuesday of the college lacrosse season as we saw just one game that was competitive for the entire sixty minutes. The other three out of four games were straight up blowouts, and you could even call at least one of them a mollywhopping.  Brown 9, Providence 7 In the only … Continue reading Tuesday Notebook: Brown Defeats Providence, Record-Setting Day for Sacred Heart

Staats Out For The Season, San Diego Signs Walters

On Monday the San Diego Seals announced that rookie forward Austin Staats would be out for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL. Staats suffered the torn ACL two weeks ago in the Seals 17-10 road loss against the Georgia Swarm. Staats went down in the first quarter of that game, but did … Continue reading Staats Out For The Season, San Diego Signs Walters

PLL Playoffs First Round to Be Held at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus

The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has announced that the first round of the PLL playoffs will be played at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on September 6th and 7th. This is great news for lacrosse fans in Ohio as they have been proven to support pro lacrosse in the past, and the game is growing … Continue reading PLL Playoffs First Round to Be Held at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus

Tuesday Preview: Ocean State Cup, Non-Conference Matchups

A four game Tuesday slate is all we have in terms of midweek college lacrosse games this week. It certainly isn't the best slate of midweek games this season, but we have lacrosse nonetheless.   Marquee Matchups Brown @ Providence These two Rhode Island foes will be playing in an Ocean State Cup game, the second … Continue reading Tuesday Preview: Ocean State Cup, Non-Conference Matchups