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The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has announced the cancellation of their 2020 season, which the league had already announced would be postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading “PLL Cancels Season, Announces 20-Game Championship Series”
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On Monday night Major League Lacrosse (MLL) held their annual collegiate draft via Twitter, as picks were announced through the leagues and individual team accounts.
Due to the circumstances, it was a unique draft for sure. It has yet to be seen on a large scale exactly which players will take advantage of the NCAA’s decision to grant players an extra year of eligibility come back to school for another season, and which guys will come out and play pro lacrosse this summer. Also, it is unknown which league some of these players will play in, given they are drafted in both. Continue reading “2020 MLL Draft Team Grades”
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The 2020 college lacrosse season is over just five weeks into the season due to the Coronavirus outbreak. But there were still games played this past season, which now feels lost.
Lacrosse Bucket has been highlighting some of the greatest things from the 2020 college lacrosse season. Here is a look at some of the top attack units from what we had of this past season, based on their production. Continue reading “Top Positional Units in 2020: Attack”
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The Hampton Pirates picked up a commitment in the 2020 class on Saturday night, as Sierra Canyon (Calif.) midfielder Aris Brown signed with the Pirates.
Brown, who is the son of Pro Football and National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Jim Brown, announced his commitment to the Pirates via Instagram on Saturday night. Brown is the 15th addition to the Pirates’ 2020 class. Continue reading “Hampton Lands Commitment From Aris Brown”
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The Major League Lacrosse Draft will take place on Monday, May 4th at 7:30 PM. Pick will be announced on the MLL’s Twitter and Instagram accounts, and individual teams’ social media accounts. Continue reading “2020 MLL Draft: The Biggest Needs For Each Team”
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There is no live lacrosse this weekend, and probably won’t be for at least another month or so. But you will still might want to find a nice place on your couch or set your DVR on Friday, because ESPNU will re-air five games from the men’s 2019 NCAA tournament and one game from the women’s 2019 NCAA tournament on Friday. Continue reading “ESPNU to Re-Air 2019 NCAA Tournament Games”
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The faceoff position in lacrosse as a whole has gone under an immense evolution over the past decade plus. From the further specialization and coaching of the position to rule changes that have brought new tactics to the faceoff dot, the position is not what is used to be. Continue reading “Remembering Alex Smith’s Dominance at Delaware”
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On Wednesday morning, it was announced that the NCAA’s Board of Governors supported rule changes to allow players to profit off of their name, image, and likeness via third-party endorsements both related to an apart from athletics. They also supported compensation through other mediums, such as social media and businesses. Continue reading “What Would Athlete Compensation Look Like in College Lacrosse?”
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R.I.P to ACC defenses, and anyone else that has to face the Duke Blue Devils next season. Stopping Duke’s offense might possibly be the toughest thing to do in college lacrosse in 2021. Continue reading “Duke Set Up For Offensive Lethality in 2021”
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According to a report from Spectrum News CNY, Cornell is set to hire current assistant coach Connor Buczek as their men’s lacrosse coach for the 2021 season and keep assistant Jordan Stevens on staff. Continue reading “Report: Buczek to be Named Cornell’s Head Coach for 2021”