NALL Draft Tonight

League Press Release   The North American Lacrosse League has announced that it will be holding it's 2013 draft on Monday, October 29th at 6pm ET. First year teams the Baltimore Bombers and Rhode Island Kingfish will join the Kentucky Stickhorses and Boston Rockhoppers in selecting players for the 2013 squads. Fans can follow along […]

Three Games to Watch on Notre Dame’s Schedule

  Another NCAA lacrosse schedule is released. Notre Dame’s 2013 slate includes games it should win such as Ohio State, Rutgers and Marquette, but it also has few games that will test the Irish. Here’s three games to watch for UND next season.   February 16th vs. Duke-Notre Dame has played Duke to open the […]

How Penn State Can Take the Next Step

Penn State was right on the cusp of an NCAA tournament appearance last season. The Nittany Lions had some impressive wins on their resume including Notre Dame and Villanova. Now, they lose their leading scorer Matthew Mackrides and top a top midfielder in Ryan Link, but bring back goalie Austin Kaut and  D-middie Jack Donnelly. […]

Washington Announces Captains

The Washington Stealth have announced three captains for the upcoming season. Kyle Sorensen has been given the 'C,' while Rhys Duch and Mike Grimes have been named assistant captains. Sorensen enters his seventh year with the Stealth having already been an assistant captain.  "It's pretty special to have the opportunity to wear the 'C' for the […]

Washington Captain Retires, Joins Coaching Staff

Team Press Release   The National Lacrosse League’s Washington Stealth made its move to the Pacific Northwest prior to the 2010 season. Over the last three seasons, only one man has donned the captain’s “C”: defenseman Jason Bloom. Today, Bloom has announced that he is retiring from the NLL after six seasons. Bloom will remain a member of […]

Bandits Would Be Smart to Sign Cosmo

Among the plethora of unrestricted free agents in the NLL sits Anthony Cosmo. The goalie had a 12.41 goals against average with Buffalo in 2012 and played the least amount of minutes by far of any year since 2005. Part of that comes from him not playing the first five games of the season before […]

UNC’s Okay Without Galasso

The wait is over. Former UNC Attackman Nicky Galasso has chosen Syracuse as his new home. A lot has been made about how the move affects Syracuse, but what about North Carolina? Well, Tar Heel fans, no need to worry. Your team will be just fine. First of all, UNC returns all three of its […]

NCAA Preview: Syracuse

The Orange are just four years removed from back-to-back championships, but now are in one of the worst slumps in the program's history. They haven't made the Final Four in three straight years and didn't win the regular season Big East title for the first time ever last season. Now, the senior class might be […]

Galasso to Transfer to Syracuse

A week after the attackman was given a release from his scholarship at North Carolina, Nicky Galasso has confirmed to Inside Lacrosse he's transferring to Syracuse. The Long Island native had previously expressed interest in the Orange, citing a desire to play close to home, but not at Hofstra. Galasso does not have to sit […]

Wasson Re-Signs After Cancer

  SWARM PRESS RELEASE SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Less than a year after being diagnosed with cancer, Minnesota Swarm defenseman Joe Wasson today re-signed a one-year contract with the team, noting that his health has returned to full strength since undergoing chemo and radiation therapy treatments earlier this year.  “It feels good,” said Wasson in regards to re-signing […]

Updated PLL Schedule

After the Jacksonville Bullies suspended operations yesterday, there are only two teams left in the inaugural Professional Lacrosse League (PLL) season. The Charlotte Copperheads are set to play out their remaining games with the Reading Rockets. Thus, the schedule has been tweaked to only include three games the rest of this regular season. 11/3 – […]

Jacksonville Suspends Operations

The Jacksonville Bullies have stopped operating for the remainder of the 2012 PLL season according to people within the organization. They end their season 3-1 and leave just two teams in the Professional Lacrosse League.  The Bullies are the second team to stop operations this year, after the Jersey Rascals stopped before the season got […]

Edmonton Signs Matthews

The Edmonton Rush have announced the signing of the NLL's first overall pick Mark Matthews to a one-year deal. The University of Denver product is considered the consensus best prospect in this year's draft class. "It feels great to have the formalities completed and I look forward to training camp in November," said Matthews in […]

Calgary Plays It Safe with Dobbie

Calgary did the right thing, Monday. The team re-signed Dane Dobbie to a one-year contract. The forward has a tremendous amount of skill and the prime of his career is still to come, but there's more that factors into this equation than just talent. Dobbie was fantastic in his first few seasons. He had at […]

Lax in Washington

College lacrosse took another big step this weekend. Denver and Maryland played the Seatown Classic in Tukwila, Washington. Yes, it was only fall ball, but still it was the first time a game was played in the state. That's another thing the sport can check off it's list. The matchup had plenty going for it. […]