Five Best Pro Lacrosse Jerseys of the Last Few Years

FIVE BEST PRO LACROSSE JERSEYS

We can all appreciate a good-looking jersey, but the ones that stuck with us through the years are often some of the best. Through the last few years of pro lacrosse, I came up with what I think are the five best jerseys to grace the grass and turf. Represented in this list are two […]

Paul Rabil Retires: Marking His Contributions to the Game

Paul Rabil retires

There have been plenty of reactions to Paul Rabil’s retirement announcement, bringing an end to the playing days of the co-founder and face of the Premier Lacrosse League. Some might say this was a long time coming, others will point to an excellent 2021 season and stress that Rabil has plenty left in the tank. […]

Paul Rabil’s Top 9 Greatest Moments

Paul Rabil's Greatest Moments

After 14 years of playing professional lacrosse and many more before, Paul Rabil has decided it’s time to hang up the cleats. It was only appropriate to take a look back at his legacy and find nine of his greatest moments. This list is in no numerical order, but it does follow a timeline of […]

Kyle Harrison Player Profile: A Modern-Day Pioneer

Kyle Harrison player profile

Kyle Harrison grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Dr. Miles Harrison, who famously played lacrosse at Morgan State. He first started playing the sport at age 3 and went on to play at Friends School in Baltimore. Harrison also played soccer and basketball at Friends School and won state titles in all three […]

Dan Bucaro Talks PLL Atlas, Hoyas, and Ward Melville

Dan Bucaro

It’s an Atlas-filled Friday here at LAS as we had Atlas LC midfielder Dan Bucaro on the Going Offsides podcast, while contributor Josh Russell made the case for Atlas head coach Ben Rubeor as Coach of the Year earlier today. Who is Dan Bucaro? Ward Melville – Georgetown The Ward Melville product had an impressive […]

PLL vs MLL Champions Comparison: 2019 Whipsnakes vs 2005 Bayhawks

PLL vs MLL 2005 Bayhawks vs 2019 Whipsnakes

Once the PLL was created, we knew there would be constant comparisons to its predecessor, MLL. From production to delivery, everything was put under a microscope and dissected. These PLL vs MLL comparisons got me thinking: what if we compare a past championship squad from the PLL against a past MLL title team? PLL vs […]

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 […]

Pro Lacrosse Points Leader: Who Is It?

Pro lacrosse points leader

Over the weekend, Paul Rabil put up the 644th point of his pro lacrosse career and became the professional field game’s all-time points leader. It happened with 5:14 to go in the second quarter of Cannons’ contest against Chaos on Saturday when Rabil went left around Chaos LSM Troy Reh, creating enough space for himself […]

Conference Tournaments, Hall of Fame: Going Offsides

Conference tournaments Hall of Fame Going Offsides

This week, Nick and Ryan team up to discuss the newly-announced Professional Lacrosse Hall of Fame and breakdown the men’s DI conference tournaments. CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS, HALL OF FAME: GOING OFFSIDES Hall of Fame With the merger between the MLL and PLL, many new initiatives have taken place to recognize and celebrate the history of professional […]

Spencer Ford – Going Offsides

Spencer Ford

Spencer Ford has been a fixture in the lacrosse community for more than 20 years. He joined the Going Offsides podcast to talk lacrosse, life post MLL, the future of lacrosse and more. Going Offsides with Spencer Ford Who is Spencer Ford? Ford grew up in the Towson, Maryland, area where he thrived playing his […]

Ranking the Men’s Pro Field Lacrosse No. 1 Picks Since 2009

Lacrosse No. 1 picks

In honor of the PLL College Draft coming up on April 26, I decided to have a little fun and look back at past drafts. Specifically, with the debates raging between Michael Sowers, Jared Bernhardt, and Jeff Teat for this year’s PLL No. 1 overall pick, I was curious to see how previous pro field […]

PLL Mock Merger Draft: Dividing MLL Talent

Last week, Premier League Lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse merged, turning the Boston Cannons into Cannons Lacrosse Club as the eighth PLL outfit and casting tons of questions around the professional field lacrosse world. There is plenty of dust to settle before the PLL can start its first season as the sole face of pro field lacrosse. An […]