Last week, the lacrosse community came together to rally around former Virginia star and Chrome LC attackman Chris Bocklet, who suffered severe head trauma after a longboarding accident. Fortunately, he’s out of the ICU and in stable condition, but the 31-year-old is still receiving care. A Go Fund Me has been set up for Chris […]
Author’s note: This is the first installment of a series focused on lacrosse in literature. Lacrosse Book Reports, if you will. We roll things out with Take a Shot!, tales from the founders of Major League Lacrosse. We won’t be spoiling the books too much. Our goal is to let you know they exist and […]
Casey shares his perspective on the World Series of Youth Lacrosse
Jake Steinfeld recently announced the formation of the Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse. I had to learn more so I spoke with Jake and recorded it!
As the hours and minutes tick down to Saturday and the start of Championship Weekend, this week’s Reader Poll is a no-brainer – Which MLL team will be crowned Champion this weekend?
“Take A Shot!”, the book written by Jake Steinfeld and Dave Morrow that chronicles the creation of Major League Lacrosse, has been optioned for a TV show by Lionsgate. We break down the news and try to dig a little deeper!
The MLL FInals are in the books and MLL Championship Weekend is over. The Boston Cannons took home the Steinfeld Cup for the first time ever, and Paul Rabil, Mike Stone, and Casey Powell did their thing. Joe Walters didn’t. What a way to cap a season!
ILLUMINATING STICK HEADS – Good idea or bad idea? Would this entice more people to watch Major League Lacrosse on TV?
Ryan Powell offers up a creative approach to making the MLL healthy, viable and more sustainable. Will giving endorsement rights to players help Major League Lacrosse reach the “big time”?
In its 9th year, the MLL is starting to settle down, gain traction with its identity, and become a real professional sports league. In this thought piece, Connor Wilson takes a crack at analyzing the growth and future of the MLL.