Week 4 of the inaugural season for the Premier Lacrosse League took place at Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Many call this place “The Mecca of Lacrosse.”
It was a great showing all around, from the talent on the field to the stellar Baltimore crowd, and no fighting took place during Week 4 at all.
Analysis & Best Plays from Baltimore
NBC Sports’ Paul Burmeister and Ryan Boyle check in from Homewood Field at Johns Hopkins University following the final Week 4 game on Sunday.
The Jules Heningburg trade paid off for the Redwoods, the Chaos hang on to take their third-straight win and more during the fourth week of the Premier Lacrosse League.
PLL Baltimore EXTENDED Highlights
If you don’t have an NBC Sports Gold subscription yet, no worries. You can still watch PLL Baltimore highlights from ‘The Peacock’ free of charge! NBC Sports has a cool model, where you can even watch the start of games free of charge to see if you like them.
Week 4 of PLL action was all about lacrosse, just the way diehard like those reading this like it. Check out the highlights below to see for yourself!
Redwoods vs Chrome
Saturday began with some sloppy play from Chrome LC. Redwoods were ready to take full advantage of it, especially new addition Jules Heningburg.
Redwoods defeat Chrome, 13-11, in Week 4 of the Premier Lacrosse League thanks in large part to five goals from Jules Heninburg.
Whipsnakes vs Atlas Highlights
The pro field lacrosse edition of Maryland vs. Hopkins drew a sell-out crowd. We’ll let this Baltimore Week 4 highlight reel speak for itself!
Whipsnakes rode a high-scoring fourth quarter to help prevail over Atlas 15-10.
Chaos vs Archers Highlights
Coach Andy Towers led an aggressive, CHAOTIC attack against the Archers just couldn’t stop. Deemer Class really rubbed it in with that whole celly thing, too.
The Chaos barely leave Baltimore with a win after the Archers went for a last-second goal in Week 4 of the Premier Lacrosse League.
Jules Heningburg would likely agree with us here when we say PLL Baltimore looks to have been a total success!