Seattle-area high school lacrosse coaches Drew Snider and Chris O’Dougherty, whose Denver Outlaws won the Major League Lacrosse Championship this past August, were honored Sunday night in Denver in an on-field ceremony during the San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos NFL game.
College Lacrosse VS Pro Lacrosse: This debate is all about which level of the game produces better actual lacrosse on the field, and in this case we’re all about wins and losses.
The Denver lacrosse community is in for a treat! As of right now, it looks like the majority of the 2014 Champion Outlaws will be in Denver this weekend for a handful of great events including a scrimmage against the Denver Pioneers!
MLL Rookie of The Year, Kieran McArdle has joined the roster of Warrior sponsored athlete. Kieran will be rocking all Warrior gear on and off the field as the latest member of the Player’s Club.
Kyle Harrison is in New York City right now doing clinics for a couple of Boys Clubs throughout the City. I grabbed K18 for a little one on one competition in the form of a new episode of Connor Versus, and Kyle didn’t even flinch.
It’s Friday and the news is coming in hot and heavy! So heavy that we had to create a Friday News Blast post, and we’re combining it with a Video Explosion. We’ve got new pro teams, big time pro lacrosse players retiring, a lacrosse-only college stadium for a big time D1 program, and much, much […]
Inside The MLL made its debut in 2008, and LaxSchool has hooked us up with the second episode ever! They’re talking to Brian “Doc” Dougherty of the Philadelphia Barrage, and Kyle Harrison of the LA Riptide, and they’re also updating us on Week 1 results from 2008.
John Grant Junior just led the Denver Outlaws to their first MLL Championship with a Championship Game MVP performance to top off an outstanding season, and Casey Powell led the Florida Launch in their first year of existence – and the entirety of Major League Lacrosse – in points this year to be named overall […]
On August 23, 2014, the Denver Outlaws brought home the franchise’s first Major League Lacrosse championship after 5 title appearances in just 9 seasons. The winningest major league sports franchise in Pat Bowlen’s portfolio of teams, Denver is also the first professional lacrosse organization West of the Mississippi to ever win a championship. Branden Geyer […]
The city of Atlanta, aka Hotlanta, fell nowhere short of its reputation when it got its chance to host the 2014 Major League Lacrosse Championship Game.
Chris Rosentall recently tweeted something about this the other day, and he brought up the fact that both Casey Powell and John Grant Jr. both use orange heads. Why don’t more MLL players use orange sticks?
From the surface, JoJo War Drummer might seem a bit gimmicky, or maybe even (dare I say it) obnoxious if you’re a fan of the “other” team. But if those thoughts have crossed your mind, you’ve likely never tried to get to know the man beneath his war paint.
In past years, the MLL Championship Game has drawn relatively large and small crowds alike, sometimes at the same venue of use, and sometimes with the same teams playing. What can we expect for 2014? Will people show up in Georgia? Will TV viewership be better or worse? And is Major League Lacrosse beginning to […]
“It’s 7:55 p.m. on a Thursday, and 10 players, about half of the Charlotte Hounds roster, are waiting on the turf field at Providence Day School. Their last home game is in less than 24 hours.” Read more from the Sporting News.
Players, coaches, and staff, all laid out a challenge to Machine fans coming into Saturday’s game, and they accepted. Fans packed Selby Stadium in Delaware, Ohio Saturday night for the final home matchup between their Ohio Machine and the visiting Florida Launch. The ecstatic crowd knew exactly what was on the line; win and in […]