Last night Paul Rabil tweeted a link to the newest ESPN SportsCenter commercial. Not only is lacrosse featured in the video, but Rabil himself appears twice.
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Joe Walters scored a behind the back goal off a behind the back feed from Jordan MacIntosh. It’s an All-Star highlight, and exactly what one would expect from some of the world’s best.
The Terp attackman makes it to ESPN’s big stage with a no-look finish against UVA.
Brett Manney comes out of nowhere for the Philadelphia Wings to snag a ball off the goal line, making what just might be the save of the year. Not bad for a shot stick defender!
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. Check out the video above to find out why Jim Brown was a better athlete than hockey’s The Great One! For more about Jim Brown’s…
Colin Doyle takes a big hit in the corner, flips the ball out to a teammate, and after two nifty passes, the the ball comes back to Doyle, and he makes a SportsCenter Top 10 play.
The NLL makes SportsCenter’s Top 10 via a fantastic NLL goal by the Washington Stealth’s Mitch McMichaels, who goes through the legs against the Edmonton Rush, and surprises everyone.
Check out our TWELVE most popular posts of 2012, as viewed by you. More importantly than the articles themselves, this tells us what people are most intrigued by within the lacrosse world.
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?
NCAA college lacrosse and MLL action BOTH return to SportsCenter for another week; this time with incredible goals from Denver’s Mark Matthews and Ohio’s Chazz Woodson.
For the first time ever, a lacrosse play from the MCLA was featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10. Check out the fan reactions.
Three lacrosse plays made ESPN’s Top 10, plus one more that probably should have. Two are from the Pros (Ned Crotty and Chazz Woodson) and two are from the college stars (Tim Desko and Marcus Holman).
The day after lacrosse makes it to SportsCenter’s TOP spot, two incredible goals from Zach Palmer and Chazz Woodson make it to ESPN’s big stage. Great lacrosse goals and great exposure for the sport!
We’ve been treated to a bunch of great college lacrosse goals this season, but this Loyola goal might just take the cake as Goal Of The Year. 70 yards, on a rope, nothing but top cheddar, and a SportsCenter #1 Play!
Eamon McAnaney predicted that Josh Dionne’s goal against Maryland would end up on SportsCenter. He got it right, and he always does. Then we were treated to yet another college lacrosse highlight reel goal from 2012, this time from UNC.
The day after John Grant Jr makes it onto ESPN, two more lacrosse goals get the SportsCenter seal of approval.
John Grant Jr., goes one-handed, behind the legs, nothing but net on the run, and the lacrosse goal makes SportsCenter’s Top 10! Great to see box lacrosse making waves in the sports world, and WHAT A GOAL!
ESPN hits us with the Top Shot from the MLL All-Star Game. Cue SportsCenter.