Anatomy Of A Lacrosse Game Winner

Anatomy Of A Game Winner (LAS)

There is no better feeling than watching a lacrosse game winner unfold. The ending of this past weekend’s game between the Georgia Swarm and Philadelphia Wings was absolutely wild. The Wings seemingly had everything in hand to walk away with a close but solid win. After Matt Rambo missed an empty netter on their final […]

Dane Dobbie Player Profile

Dane Dobbie player profile

Dane Dobbie has been one of the best indoor lacrosse players over the last decade, racking up more than 900 career points and being named NLL league MVP in 2019. He was a staple of the Calgary Roughnecks since 2007 before moving on to San Diego this past offseason. This is Dane Dobbie’s player profile. […]

All or Nothing: The NLL Teams Winless or Undefeated So Far


At this point in the NLL season, we’re heading into a league-wide bye week, and all teams have now played at least two games. Nobody is hitting the proverbial panic button on the season just yet, and we’re not crowning champions either, but it’s still impossible to ignore the handful of teams with a goose […]

Goalie Fight Features in NLL Week 3

NLL goalie fight

A goalie fight during Saturday’s NLL matchup between the Albany FireWolves and Rochester Knighthawks broke the internet this past weekend. Fighting in box lacrosse is nothing new, but a goalie fight tends to only happen once in a blue moon. Rochester didn’t even give the FireWolves a chance during the team’s inaugural home opener in […]

NLL Week 1 Brings Box Back

NLL Week 1

It’s been a long, long time coming, but the NLL finally got back to action for the first time in years with Week 1 of its 2021-22 campaign season. Box is back, and this is how it all went down after quite the hiatus. NLL Week 1 Brings Box Back Vancouver (8) vs San Diego […]

Are There More Americans in the NLL?

Americans in the NLL

The NLL is growing, and good portion of its growth is happening in the United States. The league has long been relatively short on Americans, but are there more in the NLL now than before? Going back to 1987, the NLL has never had 14 teams like it will in the upcoming 2021-22 season. Back […]

Motor City Rumble & the Growth of Midwest Box Lacrosse

Motor City Rumble Midwest box lacrosse

The Motor City Rumble originated from the formation of the Michigan Box Lacrosse League, which was founded back in 2018. This league was put together in order to provide a more authentic box lacrosse experience for players in the Midwest, as many programs were still trying to figure out how to introduce box lacrosse properly. […]

NLL Expansion Candidate Cities

NLL expansion cities

NLL commissioner Nick Sakiewicz has made it clear that the league intends to continue its growth and geographic footprint through expansion over the next few years. We’ve recently seen new franchises like Fort Worth and Las Vegas come online, preceded by San Diego, Halifax, and New York (Riptide). But where could the NLL go? When […]

NLL, ESPN Agree to Multi-Year Rights Deal


PHILADELPHIA, Pa. and Bristol, Conn. October 26, 2021 – The National Lacrosse League (@NLL), the largest and most successful professional lacrosse property in the world, today announced the most extensive United States media rights agreement in its history, giving ESPN and ESPN+ exclusive rights in the U.S. and the rest of the world outside Canada for […]

My Lacrosse Gear Guide: It Better Look Good

Tyson Bell lacrosse gear

My guide to lacrosse gear: make sure it works, but if it ain’t fly, it can die. I don’t care when it is – if I put something on my body, it will be fresh. I try to keep it clean with my style when I’m not playing lacrosse, but the same idea applies when […]

Remembering the Arizona Sting: Coach & Player Talk Former NLL Franchise

Remembering the Arizona Sting

As Arizona continues to grow the game, some might be surprised to know that our state once has an NLL team. The success of the Arizona Sting ignited a fire for the growth of lacrosse in the state, but at the height of their achievements, the organization vanished following a suspended season in 2008. I […]

Frank Menschner Cup Travelogue: Scootering Across Europe

Frank Menschner Cup

All roads lead to Rome, they say, but in the European box lacrosse community, they lead to Radotín, a small suburb of Prague with the most beautiful box lacrosse ring in Europe. Matthias Lehna and Gustav Weber, the authors and travelers in this story, set out for the Frank Menschner Cup in Radotín. With their […]