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In LASt week in lacrosse, we catch you up on some of the news of the week in the sport, plus a rundown of our content from the last 7 days.
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Last Week in Lacrosse – Dec. 15-21, 2020

Here’s what you might’ve missed in the world of lacrosse in the last week (Dec. 15-21, 2020):

-First and foremost, the Premier Lacrosse League announced a merger with Major League Lacrosse, bringing over the MLL player pool and establishing Cannons LC as the league’s eighth franchise. 

The PLL and MLL announced a merger between the leagues Wednesday. Few details are known, but the impact will be massive. What could it mean?

-Our own Ryan Conwell dove deep in saying goodbye to the MLL after 20 years. 

More on that merger from LAS EIC Justin Meyer. 

-In other PLL news, snubs and surprises from the annual PLL Top 50

-Fans and teams said goodbye to their MLL franchises not yet moving over. 

-We talked to Tyson Bell about his playlist, style off the field, and his journey to being a leader at OCC. 

The story of David Butler, stick maker extraordinaire. 

-Chris Kolon hopped on the Going Offsides podcast. 

Chris Kolon

-US Lacrosse announced its preseason All-Americans for the men’s and women’s side. 

Inside Lacrosse on the MLL’s time in the sun.

-Lacrosse Bucket ran through their favorites for the 2021 NCAA title.

-PLL co-founder Paul Rabil chatted with Deadline about the merger and the PLL’s new TV deal.