(Photo Courtesy of NLL/Calgary Roughnecks) It was another exciting Saturday across the NLL landscape, and things got started a bit earlier as the San Diego Seals and Vancouver Warriors went to battle at 2PM ET.… More
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Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the SB206 Act, also known as Fair Pay to Play, into law – which allows college athletes in the state to make money off their own image and likeness. He actually signed the bill while on an episode of Lebron James’ HBO show “The Shop” which was aired on Monday when the news officially broke. Continue reading “How Will California’s ‘Fair Pay To Play Act’ Impact College Lacrosse?”
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Coming into the season, Tyler Digby was heralded as the most prolific offensive threat for this New York Riptide squad entering their first year as a franchise. And he proved that that to be true, leading the team in scoring with 36 points (14G/22A) through their first ten games. Continue reading “Breaking Down The Tyler Digby Trade”
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Chrome LC defenseman Joe Fletcher has announced his retirement from lacrosse. The announcement came on Thursday afternoon via the PLL’s social media accounts. Continue reading “Joe Fletcher Announces Retirement”
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Welcome to Week thirteen of the 2019-20 NLL season, y’all!
Week thirteen features five games, including four on Saturday. The weekend gets started on Friday night as Toronto travels to Halifax in a North Division showdown. Saturday will see Vancouver travel to San Diego, Saskatchewan take on Philadelphia on the road, New England host Rochester, and Georgia host Calgary. Continue reading “What to Watch: NLL Week Thirteen”
Welcome to week three of the 2020 NCAA lacrosse season, y’all.
After this weekend, every single DI team will have started their season. Harvard, who is led by first-year head coach Gerry Byrne, is the last team to begin their season. The Byrne era in Cambridge starts o Saturday when the Crimson play UMass. Continue reading “What to Watch: NCAA Week Three”
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As the saying goes, Tuesday is for the hunter.
That statement rang true today as three top-20 teams (Army, Delaware, Maryland) all went down. Additionally, we saw what one can only define as one of the best performances so far this season from Michael Sowers. The man went off! Continue reading “Midweek Notebook: Marist Stuns Army, Villanova Outlast Maryland, Sowers Heats Up”
Chrome LC attackman Jordan Wolf announced via Instagram on Tuesday afternoon that he would be changing his number from 32 to 33 this upcoming season. The number change is to honor the late, great, Kobe Bryant. Bryant wore the number 33 in high school. Continue reading “Jordan Wolf Changing Number to 33 in Honor of Kobe Bryant”
Nothing was more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason than the NCAA Transfer Portal.
While transfers have always been pretty regular in college lacrosse, the portal turned things up a notch. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal allows players to enter their name and test the waters without permission from their current program. The portal has made transferring much easier for the athlete. Continue reading “Top Transfer Performances From Week Two”
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Major League Lacrosse (MLL) has recently added two new teams with the Connecticut Hammerheads and Philadelphia Barrage being announced over the past few weeks. The league has also made some major changes to their business model over the past few months, as well. Continue reading “MLL to hold Supplemental Draft Next Month”
Major League Lacrosse (MLL) has announced that their newest franchise will be called the Philadelphia Barrage.
The Barrage are the second ever MLL franchise to call Philadelphia home. From 2004-2008 the City of Brotherly love was home to an MLL franchise, which was also called the Philadelphia Barrage. The original Barrage franchise won three MLL titles (2004,2006,2007). Continue reading “Welcome Back to the MLL, Philadelphia Barrage”
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Week two of the college lacrosse season is officially in the books. And while there were outstanding performances across the country, here’s our three stars from week two of the season. Continue reading “NCAA Three Stars: Week Two”