Quint Kessenich’s Top 20: Preseason Rankings

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Quint Kessenich being the latest contributor to the Lacrosse All Stars’ team means that he will be releasing his weekly Top 20 rankings every Monday. With a full slate of games lined up for this weekend, we found it appropriate to release Quint’s preseason Top 20 rankings. There is certainly a lot to be excited […]

Quint Kessenich Joins the Lacrosse All Stars’ Team

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ANNAPOLIS, MD (February 4, 2022) – Lacrosse expert and media force, Quint Kessenich, joined the team at Lacrosse All Stars, the outlet announced Thursday. Lacrosse All Stars is a destination for the best lacrosse content covering all levels of play, with over 2 million web readers and over 20 million social media impressions annually. Kessenich, […]

Lacrosse on TV: Fivestar Championship Challenge

Lacrosse on TV Fivestar Championship Challenge

Want to watch lacrosse on TV? Then Tuesday will be your lucky day. The Fivestar Championship Challenge takes place this weekend at Bland Air Park in Columbia, Maryland, featuring some of the best boys lacrosse players from the Class of 2023, and the championship game will re-air on TV on Next Level Sports (NXT) on […]

Best Lacrosse Players Who Never Played MLL or PLL

best lacrosse players who never played in the MLL or PLL

It’s PLL All-Star Weekend, so I thought it would be fun to look at some of the best lacrosse players of years past. While lax fans today are familiar with the Powells, the Gaits, Tom Schreiber, and Rob Pannell, there’s a large number of former players who would be phenomenal in the modern game. Their […]

Quint Kessenich: ADVNC Lacrosse Podcast

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ADVNC Lacrosse Founder & CEO Chris Rotelli welcomes ESPN‘s lead NCAA Men’s Division I college lacrosse analyst, Quint Kessenich to the show. Quint Kessenich: ADVNC Lacrosse Podcast Quint Kessenich has been the lead voice of college lacrosse on ESPN since 1995.  An All-American goalie at John’s Hopkins, Kessenich won the national title as a freshman […]

Hot Pot: Solving The Specialization Problem – One Rule

Lacrosse does have some issues, but almost all of them can be fixed with ONE SIMPLE CHANGE: Limit roster sizes to less than 20 player and you will see a change. I’ve seen it happen before, and it can happen again. We can keep tinkering with the rules, and distancing our game from its original inception, OR we can limit roster sizes and let the players play. It really is a simple choice.

They Said WHAT? Quint, Carc, & Eamon

Fall Scrimmage: Team USA Vs. Loyola

Lacrosse people are opinionated, and this is true when it comes to fans, writers, and yes, even TV announcers. Quint Kessenich (I’m a big fan!), Paul Carcaterra, and Eamon McAnaney do a great job with broadcasts, but they also say some rather interesting things from time to time, and here is where we sift through it all to find the hidden gems, and potentially missed points!

Is This D1 Lacrosse Poll Serious?

The USILA and Nike/IL Polls for NCAA D1 Men’s Lacrosse have been released. Quint Kessenich has dropped his Top 20. Let’s break down the Polls and rankings, and see if they are serious! I will add in my ranking of the Top 20 to provide an alternative view on the situation.

Quint Still Doesn’t Understand Zone Defense

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We don’t like to criticize Quint Kessenich, as we generally like what he does on lacrosse broadcasts, but sometimes even the great ones get things wrong. The Hopkins Vs Syracuse game is a perfect example.