2020 Schedule Preview: High Point Panthers

(Photo courtesy of High Point Athletics)

The High Point Panthers are the 11th DI team to release their 2020 schedule. The Panthers come into 2020 after a 2019 season that saw them go 13-3 overall, 6-1 in the SoCon, and lose in the SoCon championship game to Richmond.  Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: High Point Panthers”

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Dom Starsia Moving From Chrome LC Head Coach to PLL Advisory Board

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The PLL has announced that Chrome LC head coach Dom Starsia will be moving on from his position as head coach with the club. Starsia will remain with the league in a leadership position on the PLL’s Lacrosse Advisory Board- which is headed by current Hofstra head coach Seth Tierney.  Continue reading “Dom Starsia Moving From Chrome LC Head Coach to PLL Advisory Board”

Fall Ball Report: Hobart, Rutgers, UMass Battle North of The Border

Hobart attackman Ryan Archer (Photo: Hobart and William Smith Athletics)

Rutgers, UMass, and Hobart traveled north of the battle to compete in a series of scrimmages on Sunday at Upper Canadian College in Toronto, Ontario. All three scrimmaged were streamed by UCC for FREE.  Continue reading “Fall Ball Report: Hobart, Rutgers, UMass Battle North of The Border”

Five Early-Season NLL Games To Circle

(Photo: Terry Jensen/NLL)

The 2019-20 NLL season is just over a Month away with training camp getting underway in a few weeks. As always, how meaningful games in the first month and a half of the season vary from team to team. But no matter what a certain game in December might do to affect a team in May, there are marquee matchups to be circled almost every week of the season.  Continue reading “Five Early-Season NLL Games To Circle”

Will Pro Lacrosse Ever Go Global?

(Photo: LCC Radotin)

Over the past few years, the presence of major professional sports leagues in North America playing games outside of the countries they have franchises in has become quite common. The NBA, NHL, and NFL have all done this. Whether it is a pre-season showcase or a regular-season tilt, each of those three leagues have played a game outside of the United States or Canada at some point in time over the past five years.  Continue reading “Will Pro Lacrosse Ever Go Global?”

West Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season

(Photo: Calgary Roughnecks)

Teams don’t report to training camp for another few weeks, but after another exciting summer, there is much to discuss coming into the 2019-20 NLL season- which will see the league move to three divisions: North, East, West.  Continue reading “West Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season”

East Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season

Georgia Swarm defenseman Jason Noble and goalie Mike Poulin (Photo: Georgia Swarm)

Teams don’t report to training camp for another few weeks, but after another exciting summer, there is much to discuss coming into the 2019-20 NLL season- which will see the league move to three divisions: North, East, West.  Continue reading “East Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season”

North Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season

(Photo Credit: Bill Wippert/Buffalo Bandits)

Teams don’t report to training camp for another few weeks, but after another exciting summer, there is much to discuss coming into the 2019-20 NLL season- which will see the league move to three divisions: North, East, West.  Continue reading “North Division: One Early Question For Each Team Coming Into The 2019-20 NLL Season”