The Outlaws want to continue their streak, the Machine want to end theirs, Boston needs to perk up, and the Hounds look to make history. It’s Week 7 of Major League Lacrosse!
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Have we reached the point where the good and bad teams begin to sort themselves out? Is it already time to separate the pros from the cons, the platinum from the bronze (that might make sense in a moment)? The schedule says no, but some of these results argue otherwise.
It’s a total coincidence, but three of this weekend’s matchups were listed amongst the most interesting games of the year. The one that wasn’t has since become a battle of the top teams in the league, so let’s go ahead and officially declare that one interesting as well. We start off the week with a classic rivalry game in New York City, and a battle to get to (or maintain) a .500 winning percentage; here’s a breakdown of that and everything…
The Cannons tried to stay undefeated in Denver, the Hounds sought to ruin Rob Pannell’s homecoming party, Hamilton battled Chesapeake, and the Machine look for their first win of the season against Rochester. What happened?
With no more NLL or NCAA, everyone’s on board for this week’s games. It’s Boston’s streak vs. Denver’s, Rob Pannell’s NY debut, and Hamilton’s toughest challenge yet in MLL week 5.
Chris Rosenthall puts together a list of all the MLL games you should circle on your calendar. These are THE must-see games of the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season.
Rob Pannell’s career comes to an end, Syracuse wins another nail-biter, and Denver benches their goalie no matter what.
Undefeated Hamilton visits Ohio for the lone MLL game of the week. With a highly-touted draft class now in place, can the Machine pull off an upset?
The Cannons snap their streak, the Outlaws keep rolling, and FOGOs are the most important people on the field.
Couldn’t make it to yesterday’s NCAA quarterfinal games? Here’s what you might have missed.
Week 4 always feels a little bigger than it probably should, and here’s why: Say you have a 1-2 record coming into the weekend. What if you lose? Doesn’t 1-3 seem miles away from 2-2? It was all good just a week ago, now you’ve got to win twice as many games as you have all season just to get back to .500? No way.
Be honest. How many MLL games did you catch this weekend? One? None? They sure didn’t make it easy! Maybe it couldn’t have been helped, but every game in the league started up at the same time – Saturday at 7:00 EST, which was just in time to compete with both the NLL championship and the Albany-Denver NCAA throwdown that had been hyped up all week. Photo Credit: 24 Seven Lax Just in case your attention was elsewhere, here’s what…
It’s MLL week three, every team has played at least one game, and this weekend, we’ve got all eight teams in action. Can the Machine pull off the stunner on the road? Will Boston make the bad kind of history? Here’s everything you need to know before the games start up tonight!
Three of this weekend’s games followed very similar formulas: fairly close and low-scoring in the first half, with one team pulling away in the second. In the fourth game, one team flat-out whooped up on their overwhelmed opponent, who eventually clawed back into making the final respectable.
Major League Lacrosse is back, are you ready? Here’s what you need to know about your favorite team heading into the season.
Was the North American Lacrosse League’s first year a success or failure? We take a look at some of the things the NALL got right and wrong.
The Terp attackman makes it to ESPN’s big stage with a no-look finish against UVA.
It’s now or never for the Virginia Cavaliers. Will they be able to turn things around in time for the tournament? Or is this a team prepping for 2014 already?
Boston & Kentucky met last weekend for the first NALL championship. Could the Stickhorses pull off the upset? Would Boston win, as expected? See how it all went down.
Boston and Kentucky meet up tonight for the first NALL championship tonight. Let’s preview the game, and explain how a 2-5 team gets to play for a league title.