Earlier this week we were tipped off by reader Travis that Keith Olbermann brought up an NLL game during his show on ESPN. A little bit after that, the Rochester Knighthawks posted this photo on Instagram:
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If you haven’t seen this shot by now, you’ve been really out of the loop the past few days. John Grant Jr. scored a goal for the Colorado Mammoth that many are calling the best goal of all time. He actually scored on this same shot two seasons ago as well, but the consensus is that Junior outdid himself with this year’s version.
The headline really says it all. I’m beyond excited for this. ESPN is going to broadcast the world championships… of lacrosse!
Welles Crowther was a former Division 1 lacrosse player working in the World Trade Center on September 11th. This ESPN piece from Outside The Lines tells the heroic story of his life, and it’s simply something you have to see and hear to believe.
In today’s match-up, we pit two of ESPN’s best lacrosse sportscasters against each other – Quint Kessenich vs. Paul Carcaterra.
In an effort to determine the greatest athlete of all time, this morning’s episode of SportsCenter featured a Sport Science segment that matched up Jim Brown vs. Wayne Gretzky. For those unfamiliar, Brown was a three sport athlete at Syracuse University, where he excelled on the football field, basketball court, and lacrosse field in the 1950′s. […]
Lacrosse All Stars compiled all known lacrosse television listings into one giant 2013 Lacrosse TV Schedule! NCAA, MCLA, NLL, NALL and more! You’re #1 resource for Lacrosse on TV.
Hopkins announced their schedule for the upcoming season, and almost every game is on national TV. Too much Hopkins, or are we just grateful to see lacrosse on ESPN?
When Mark Matthews’ work ethic is questioned, he puts up a huge offensive performance and scores an INCREDIBLE one-handed goal that makes Sportscenter Top Plays.
Stephen Keogh keeps Major League Lacrosse on Sportscenter’s Top Plays with a between-the-legs goal where Keogh PAYS THE PRICE! Where do you think Tim Desko got it?
Major League Lacrosse returns to SportsCenter with a spectacular dunk by Jovan Miller. Is there anything Jovan can’t do?
The ESPN Sports Science episode with Paul Rabil is blowing up on YouTube right now. He gives goalies only .19 seconds to respond to his shots. How is this even possible to save a shot that fast?
For the first time ever, a lacrosse play from the MCLA was featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10. Check out the fan reactions.