2013 Preview: Denver Outlaws

The boys out west certainly had one of the more interesting off seasons. Mark Matthews is among the list of players no longer in the Mile High City. Those losses might make it more difficult to make it back to the championship game.  What's Changed?: The loss of youth. This is sort of the anti-New […]

2013 Preview: Boston Cannons

It was all set up fror Boston last season. Championship weekend was in Boston, Paul Rabil was coming off an outstanding regualr season and back-to-back titles looked within reach. That is, until Cheskapeake showed up and knocked the Cannons out in the semifinals What's Changed?: Not much. If you're going to mention something, I guess […]

2013 Preview: New York Lizards

New York looked like it was on it's way to the MLL Championship last season and then Denver had a comeback for the ages in the semifinals. Can the Lizards take the next step? What's Changed?: Mark Matthews, that's what. In that game championship weekend, Matthews tallied five points, unfortunatley for New York, it was […]

2013 Preview: Rochester Rattlers

Rochester squandered away a chance at the playoffs down the stretch last season. No major changes to the roster going into 2013, either. Will that hurt the Rattlers chances at getting to championship weekend? What's Changed?: Like I said, not much. Many of the same pieces (Striebal, Boyle, etc.) are still in tact, but the team […]

2013 Preview: Charlotte Hounds

No longer noobs to the MLL scene. Here's the season outlook for the Charlotte Hounds. What's Changed : A huge addition for Charlotte this offseason was adding Peet Poillon. The middie was picked up in a trade with Denver in Septemeber. Last season with the Outlaws, he tallied 40 points and 24 goals, including three 2-pointers. […]

2013 Preview: Hamilton Nationals

New year, new look for the only MLL team north of the border.  What's Changed: The coaching staff. Regy Thorpe and Gary Gait are gone. Re-enter Dave Huntley, the former coach of the Toronto Nationals, now back with the organization as this year's new headman. He's worked with plenty of Canadian teams in his coaching […]

2013 Preview: Ohio Machine

By ROBERT BACAJ (Editor-in-Chief) – After a two-win inaugural season, Ohio was one of the most active teams in the offseason, making moves for a better 2013. With the first game just about two weeks away, let's break down how the team looks entering its second season. Biggest Area of Concern: Goaltending. Ohio has a […]

Best Undrafted Players

By ROBERT BACAJ (Editor-in-Chief) – It's hard to believe, but we're only a month away from conference tournament weekend in college lacrosse. Now that we're past the halfway point — not to mention MLL play starts this month — it's time to take a look at the top college players that weren't drafted last January.  Andrew […]

LTW To Resume With MLL Season

Lacrosse The Web apologizes for the lack of coverage over the past few months. But — like the old man in Monty Python's Holy Grail — we're not dead yet! LTW is scaling back its coverage to be Major League Lacrosse specific. Thus, you can follow our twitter (@LacrosseTheWeb) for extensive coverage and check back […]

Maryland Owns HOF Induction

This weekend, the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inducted eight new members to its exclusive group. While all eight have achieved tremendous individual success in their careers, four have more in common than just a love for lax. They are products of the University of Maryland. Here's a look at each of their contributions to […]