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Big City Classic Schedule Announced

The schedule for this year's Big City Classic has been announced with an Ivy League matchup between Cornell and Princeton kicking things off at 4 p.m. followed up by a Big East game between Notre Dame and Syracuse. The Classic is scheduled for April 27 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. 

SU Alumni Uniforms Take the Weekend

Derek Maltz didn't take all the glory during Syracuse's Alumni game this weekend. The uniforms the former stars were wearing were what really impressed. Don't believe me? Check them out for yourself. The alumni held an early 1-0 lead in the game, but fell 14-9 thanks to four scores by Maltz. The scoreboard says they […]

NCAA Preview: Duke

Duke lacrosse is just two years removed from a national championship. The team's made it to the last three final fours and has won 45 games since 2010. The Blue Devils lost stars like Rob Rotanz and C.J. Costibile, but they still have plenty of fire power returning in 2013. Here's a look at their […]

NALL Announces 2013 Schedule

The North American Lacrosse League released its 2013 schedule earlier today. Check it out below.   Date Time Visitor Home Sat Jan 5, 2013 7:00 PM Boston Rockhoppers Kentucky Stickhorses Sun Jan 6, 2013 1:00 PM Baltimore Bombers Rhode Island Kingfish Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:00 PM Rhode Island Kingfish Kentucky Stickhorses Sat Jan 12, […]

Bland Named PLL Player of the Week

League Press Release The Professional Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that Reading Rockets' forward Travis Bland has been named the Player of the Week for the period ending October 7th, 2012. The Georgetown, Ontario native had eleven points in last week's game, leading the Rockets within inches of the franchise's first win. Bland recorded two […]

Syracuse A Major Possibility for Galasso

When former ACC freshman of the year Nicky Galasso was given a release from his scholarship at North Carolina to explore transfer opportunities yesterday, early speculation was the Long Island native would stay close to home and pick Hofstra. He shot down those rumors quickly. "Hofstra is a great program, but I think it might […]

Colorado Signs Draft Class

After the Washington Stealth became the first team to sign their entire draft class on Monday, the Colorado Mammoth announced they have joined them by inking all three selections. "Now it's time for them to show that they can play alongside the world's best and contribute," said Mammoth President and General Manager Steve Govett in […]

Bayhawks General Manager Brian Reese Retires

Team Press Release   ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Chesapeake Bayhawks announced today that general manager and assistant coach Brian Reese has retired citing a need for more time with his family. Reese joined the Bayhawks in September of 2011 and spearheaded building the championship squad during the expansion year alongside head coach Dave Cottle. Together, they were able to […]

Stealth Sign Draft Picks

A week after the NLL draft, the Washington Stealth have already signed all seven of their selections to one-year contracts, according to the team. All the players will be invited to the team's training camp in two months.  Washington picked defensemen Tyler Garrson (11th overall), Bill Hostrawser (12th), and Justin Pychel (19th) in the second […]

Notre Dame will be really good…again

Fall ball was in full swing this weekend and one of the teams in actions was Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish played in the "Playing for Peace" tournament in Chicago and came away with victories over Detroit and Bellarmine. Oh, and they looked good doing it.  The Boys from South Bend are coming off a […]

Replacing Fiorito

Fall ball is underway in college lax and teams are beginning to get a feel for who will replace some star players who have moved on. One of those teams is Princeton. The Tigers are doing something they haven't done in the last four years: look for a new goalie. They haven't needed one because […]

Bullies Beat Rockets in OT Again

For the second straight week, the Jacksonville Bullies (3-1) and Reading Rockets (0-2) went to overtime. Again, Jax took the win. The Bullies scored the tying goal with less than a second to go in regulation and scored the lone overtime goal win 18-17. Kiel Matisz led the way for Jacksonville with six goals, including […]

Powless Possibly Leading Stingers to PLL

The PLL is playing this season under strained circumstances. It has only three teams, but the future is looking up. Three franchises are in position to join the league next season. A fourth could be the Syracuse Stingers, located on the Onondaga Reservation, in central New York. The team is led by captain Neal Powless and […]

Briggs is Headed to Long Island

Long Island acquired Colin Briggs and a pick in the 2013 supplemental draft from Denver in exchange for Zack Greer. In other words, one of the league's youngest team's just got younger. Briggs was part of a trio of stars at Virginia that included Steele Stanwick and Chris Bocklett. He was third on the team […]

PLL: Keys to Week Four

While the Charlotte Copperheads (1-1) play the Syracuse Stingers in an exhibition in North Carolina tonight, the Jacksonville Bullies (2-1) face-off against the Reading Rockets (0-1) for the second straight week on Saturday. Here's what each team has to do for a win. Reading Get a Full Game From Travis Bland – You can't really […]