It has recently been announced that the new United States Lacrosse League (USLL) is set to get off the ground in the fall of 2014, and information on the first franchise for the new league, the Maine Moose Trax, has also been released. From the media coverage so far, things are looking really rosy for […]
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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.
In this week’s ‘Who Does It Better?’, we pit two hotbeds against each other to see who has the better accent!
This week’s match-up takes a different look at the Field vs. Box debate, which is more fun to watch?
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.
The sports world is always changing; whether it is for the better or for the worst. Recently with the uncovering of the doping circle is the bicycling community and rumors of numerous other athletes taking performance enhancers, it has taken the worst path.
This upcoming Sunday, the Boston Rockhoppers (4-1) head to Baltimore to face the Bombers (3-2). Chris Rosenthall previews this #1 vs #2 NALL match up!
Consider this the beginnings of a follow up to the 2012 Professional Lacrosse All Traditional Team. It’s box lacrosse season. Who’s using leathers?
The Rhode Island Kingfish are still looking for their first win. Will they find it this weekend against the Baltimore Bombers? Will snow keep the Kingfish winless?
There are a bunch of guys who can flat out shoot the rock in the NALL, but I don’t know if any of them can hold a candle to Matt Hickman, of the Baltimore Bombers, right now…
Chris Rosenthall is back on LAS with a full recap of all the North American Lacrosse League’s weekend action. We now know much more about where each team stands!
The Boston Rockhoppers host the Rhode Island Kingfish in a battle for New England while the Baltimore Bombers visit the Kentucky Stickhorses for Friday and Sunday games.
After losing their home opener in overtime, the Rockhoppers headed to Baltimore, with payback (and first place in the NALL) in mind.
The Boston Rockhoppers head to Baltimore to avenge their overtime defeat. Will Boston get revenge, or will the Bombers stay undefeated?