The LXM PRO swings back into action on Saturday, June 8th in Orange County, California. While the location isn’t a new one (LXM has held numerous events in the OC), the game itself definitely presents a number of new aspects to the LXM, and we’re excited to preview some of these evolutions the Tour will see in 2013.
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Which team is the best in the MLL RIGHT NOW?
As the season wears on, we’ll see whether New York’s new look team can turn into a dominant force in the MLL. One thing we don’t have to wonder is if can Pannell hack it in the MLL… He’s already given us an emphatic “YES” on that one.
In each MLL ad this year, only one or two players are named, and in each ad, the players named no longer play Major League Lacrosse. Paul Rabil’s name is everywhere, so maybe MLL doesn’t use him, but there are lots of active guys in the league right now, and many of them deserve some shine!
With no more NLL or NCAA, everyone’s on board for this week’s games. It’s Boston’s streak vs. Denver’s, Rob Pannell’s NY debut, and Hamilton’s toughest challenge yet in MLL week 5.
Chris Rosenthall puts together a list of all the MLL games you should circle on your calendar. These are THE must-see games of the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season.
We all know who Tucker Durkin is, right? Just graduated Hop defender, all-around scary guy on the lacrosse field. Do you ever wonder what he was like in high school? My guess would be much of the same…
Peter Baum has chosen Adrenaline and the LXM PRO over playing in Major League Lacrosse. Connor Wilson breaks down the why, and how this move can help lacrosse continue to grow.
Undefeated Hamilton visits Ohio for the lone MLL game of the week. With a highly-touted draft class now in place, can the Machine pull off an upset?
The Cannons snap their streak, the Outlaws keep rolling, and FOGOs are the most important people on the field.
Week 4 always feels a little bigger than it probably should, and here’s why: Say you have a 1-2 record coming into the weekend. What if you lose? Doesn’t 1-3 seem miles away from 2-2? It was all good just a week ago, now you’ve got to win twice as many games as you have all season just to get back to .500? No way.
After nearly three years as the Director of Lacrosse at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Florida, Casey Powell is moving on. A story in the Palm Beach Post outlines the departure, and mentions that RJ Dawson will stay on as the boys’ coach at the private school.
Be honest. How many MLL games did you catch this weekend? One? None? They sure didn’t make it easy! Maybe it couldn’t have been helped, but every game in the league started up at the same time – Saturday at 7:00 EST, which was just in time to compete with both the NLL championship and the Albany-Denver NCAA throwdown that had been hyped up all week. Photo Credit: 24 Seven Lax Just in case your attention was elsewhere, here’s what…
It’s MLL week three, every team has played at least one game, and this weekend, we’ve got all eight teams in action. Can the Machine pull off the stunner on the road? Will Boston make the bad kind of history? Here’s everything you need to know before the games start up tonight!
The fans at the Langley Events Center are going to be treated to an absolute beaut of a game this Saturday. The Rochester Knighthawks are slated against the Washington Stealth for the Champion’s Cup.
If you’re like me, you read a blasé press release last night about Maverik Lacrosse joining up with the LXM Pro. Here’s the gist: Maverik has signed on to sponsor one of the teams, called Maverik United, which will be replacing Team Solé for 2013-14, and facing off against Team STX, at each LXM PRO event.
Three of this weekend’s games followed very similar formulas: fairly close and low-scoring in the first half, with one team pulling away in the second. In the fourth game, one team flat-out whooped up on their overwhelmed opponent, who eventually clawed back into making the final respectable.
Absolutely amazing first round of NLL playoffs games – had something for everyone. This weekend should be no disappoint as pro box lacrosse approaches its championship.
Major League Lacrosse is back, are you ready? Here’s what you need to know about your favorite team heading into the season.
FIL announced Team USA vs. Canada match-up to start 2014 World Championships.