Motor City Rumble & the Growth of Midwest Box Lacrosse

Motor City Rumble Midwest box lacrosse

The Motor City Rumble originated from the formation of the Michigan Box Lacrosse League, which was founded back in 2018. This league was put together in order to provide a more authentic box lacrosse experience for players in the Midwest, as many programs were still trying to figure out how to introduce box lacrosse properly. […]

Ohio Lacrosse Hall of Famer Bill Wolford Dies

Bill Wolford lacrosse

Bill Wolford, member of the Ohio Lacrosse Hall of Fame and former Ohio Machine assistant coach, was pronounced dead on Nov. 7. Wolford graduated from Ohio State in 1980 and has been a prominent figure in the Ohio lacrosse community ever since. He kicked off his head coaching career at Upper Arlington High School, coaching […]

World Series of Youth Lacrosse Championship Cancelled

World Series of Youth Lacrosse WSYL cancelled

The World Series of Youth Lacrosse has folded after nearly seven years of action. The WSYL has been the most prestigious youth lacrosse event in recent history, consisting of the 24-best U13 teams and 24-best U14 teams in the world competing for the title of world champion. The WSYL has been a pivotal event in […]

Two WestConn Lacrosse Players Killed, One Injured in Car Accident

Connecticut lacrosse players

Two WestConn men’s lacrosse players died in a car accident in Colchester, Connecticut, on Friday. Jacob Chapman and Tyler Graham were both 18 years old. A third passenger, Trey Massaro, 19, who is also a freshman on the WestConn men’s lacrosse team, was airlifted to Hartford Hospital with suspected serious injuries from the accident. He […]

Tufts Lacrosse Player Madie Nicpon Dies in Accident

Madie Nicpon

Madie Nicpon, a junior defender on the Tufts women’s lacrosse team, died in an accident on Saturday, according to a letter from the Tufts Office of the President. The cause of her death is not yet known. Nicpon, a native of Suffern, New York, played three games for the Jumbos last season and majored in […]

Project 9 Lacrosse Celebrates 10th Anniversary


Project 9 Lacrosse was initially founded by two lacrosse icons from different generations; Paul Rabil and Mark Million started Project 9 Lacrosse 10 years ago with the goal of speeding up the learning curve of the elite young lacrosse players from high school to the college level. But what exactly does a weekend at Project […]

McCabe Millon Verbally Commits to Duke

McCabe Millon

McCabe Millon, the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2023, according to Inside Lacrosse, verbally committed to Duke on Tuesday. According to reporting from Ty Xanders of Inside Lacrosse, the Baltimore product had narrowed his choices down to Duke and Virginia before ultimately selecting the Blue Devils. In the 2021 season, Millon tallied up […]

Belichick Lacrosse History: Lax Runs in the Family

Bill Belichick lacrosse family history

Before becoming the best head coach in NFL history, Bill Belichick fell in love with the sport of lacrosse. Bill Belichick grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, and graduated from Annapolis High School in 1970. He played both football and lacrosse in high school and has said that lacrosse was his favorite sport. Belichick attended Wesleyan […]

Tom Kennedy Makes His Way Onto An NFL Roster

Tom Kennedy lacrosse Detroit Lions NFL

Former Bryant lacrosse star Tom Kennedy has officially signed to the Detroit Lions active roster. Kennedy played for the Bryant University Bulldogs in both football and lacrosse. He spent five years at Bryant, earning high honors in both sports. He finished his collegiate lacrosse career with 72 goals, 45 assists, and 67 ground balls. Tom […]

Benet Academy Withdraws Job Offer After Learning Coach’s Sexuality

Update: Since the publication of this post, Benet Academy has reoffered the job to Amanda Kammes, who has accepted the position. Benet Academy, located in Lisle, Illinois, retracted a job offer as the school’s girls lacrosse coach after learning the candidate is gay. Amanda Kammes, an alum of Benet Academy and head girls varsity lacrosse […]

Paul Rabil’s Top 9 Greatest Moments

Paul Rabil's Greatest Moments

After 14 years of playing professional lacrosse and many more before, Paul Rabil has decided it’s time to hang up the cleats. It was only appropriate to take a look back at his legacy and find nine of his greatest moments. This list is in no numerical order, but it does follow a timeline of […]

Lacrosse Community Mourns Loss of Dean Hill

Dean Hill lacrosse

Dean Hill, former NLL player and Six Nations lacrosse coach, was pronounced dead on Sept. 5. He was 36. Dean Hill was an Iroquois lacrosse player born in Scarborough, Ontario. He was selected No. 48 overall during the 2005 NLL Entry Draft. During his NLL career, Hill played in 98 games over his 11-year career. […]