The Paul Rabil Trade is huge news in the lacrosse world! The Cannons give Rabil to NY for Seibald. But what does this deal really mean?
How can lacrosse players ensure that they are improving and keeping up with top national level lax talent, even if their local barometer is a little cloudy? It’s all about challenging yourself!
Mike Stone, professional lacrosse player in the MLL and NALL, was at the Boston Marathon on Monday, and he was in an area located between the two bombs that went off. While Mike emerged from the scene physically unharmed, as did everyone he was with, the event has left him understandably shaken, but also with the desire to help the people of his hometown, Boston.
Boston & Kentucky met last weekend for the first NALL championship. Could the Stickhorses pull off the upset? Would Boston win, as expected? See how it all went down.
After losing their home opener in overtime, the Rockhoppers headed to Baltimore, with payback (and first place in the NALL) in mind.
Unlike other pro sports leagues, Major League Lacrosse has a strong contingent of players who were NOT D1 athletes. Here are the TOP TEN MLL players from Non-Division One NCAA schools.
Connor Wilson takes exception to the treatment of Division 3 NCAA players in a recent post by the legendary Quint regarding Major League Lacrosse. Why all the subtle D3 lax hate?
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!
Connor Wilson recaps the 2011 Major League Lacrosse Semifinals and previews the Championship game today. The Finals air live today at 3pm Eastern Time on ESPN2. Pro Field Lacrosse at its finest. Boston vs. Hamilton! US vs. Canada! Get it!
The MLL held its Supplemental Draft today and the results are in! Who did well, what does it all mean and who dropped the ball. LAS has you covered with links and commentary!