After some poking around, we got our inquisitive hands on a copy of the USA box lacrosse tryout roster! US Lacrosse hasn’t released the list yet officially, so this might not be the FINAL tryout list, but it’s certainly a good chunk of the guys who got invited.
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Chris Rosenthall went down to Alexandria, VA after my weekend box game to check out the Team USA fall scrimmages at the Play for Parkinson’s event, and got to catch up with Kevin Cassese, a Team USA assistant, and Kyle Hartzell, a Team USA hopeful! Check out what the insiders had to say about the […]
Sawyer dropped a 113 MPH bomb on his first try, and then edged the mark up by 1 mile per hour, hitting 114 on his second attempt. You could FEEL the power through the TV. It was crazy.
Now that the PLL has officially begun, what can we expect? Chris Rosenthall asks FIVE prescient questions about the newest American professional lacrosse league.
Unlike other pro sports leagues, Major League Lacrosse has a strong contingent of players who were NOT D1 athletes. Here are the TOP TEN MLL players from Non-Division One NCAA schools.
It’s the first week of the 2012 MLL season where teams can officially clinch or be eliminated. Rankling trends, WEIRD numbers and MLL records being broken. This week has it all!
The Rusty Gate is one of the most exciting takeaway checks in lacrosse, and it’s wonderful when it works! Check out this video we received from a reader, and you tell us – is the Rusty Gate worth learning?
We sit down with pro lacrosse player Kyle Hartzell to talk about working out, his specific training regimen and much more.
There has been a flurry of recent activity in the MLL. Teams announced 23-man lists, 12-man protected lists and made some trades. It was all done in anticipation of the Expansion Draft for the Ohio Machine and Charlotte Hounds.
Connor Wilson previews the 2011 Major League Lacrosse Playoffs. The Boston Cannons take on the Chesepeake Bayhawks and the Denver Outlaws play the Hamilton Nationals in great MLL action from Annapolis!
The fall is the best time for lacrosse companies to experiment and get their product all set for the upcoming indoor and spring outdoor seasons. If this reads like a NY Times trends piece, I apologize.
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