Jake Tripiucka Discusses Hounds Season

Jake Tripucka, second-year midfielder for Major League Lacrosse‘s Charlotte Hounds, discusses with Lacrosse Lounge host Phil Shore what it’s like for him to to be a professional lacrosse player and what’s going on with the Hounds after five games in the 2014 season. Tripucka comes from a family of professional athletes. His grandfather, Frank, was a quarterback in the NFL, AFL and CFL, and his No. 18 jersey was retired by theDenver Broncos (before Tripucka…

June 3, 2014

New York Lizards Beat Boston Cannons 14-11 In 2013 Season Opener

April 29, 2013

Both the Boston Cannons and New York Lizards ended last season disappointed. Both franchises had to spend the entire offseason knowing they were just one game short of reaching the MLL Championship and having a chance to raise the Steinfeld Cup. Changes were made and expectations remained high for the 2013 MLL season. It was a long wait for last year’s semifinalists to get back on the field, and it…


NCAA Players Who Will Stand Out in 2013

February 1, 2013

The 2013 college lacrosse season is descending upon us. What players should fans focus on following for the most entertainment this season? Here’s a list of players both familiar and not so familiar with a lot of skill and a lot at stake this season that will definitely be worth watching. Rob Pannell, A, Cornell Last year he was the No. 1 MLL draft pick and a Tewaaraton candidate. He…


MLL Draft Review: Hamilton Nationals

January 23, 2013

Briefly before the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft the Hamilton Nationals changed their coach and General Manager; Dave Huntley and Stuart Brown named to those positions, respectively. The two made some immediate moves and changes in philosophy. The team traded away David Earl and Steven Waldeck, two young and talented players, to the New York Lizards in exchange for the No. 5 pick in the draft. Thus began a night of…


MLL Draft Review: New York Lizards

January 16, 2013

The New York Lizards were the talk of the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft. They had the best draft night of any team in the league and that was without a selection until the fifth round. The Lizards used their picks (and midfielder Will Mangan) to walk away late Friday night with David Earl, Steven Waldeck and Mark Matthews. That’s not including Jack Reid, who was acquired earlier in the offseason…


2013 MLL Collegiate Draft Review

January 14, 2013

It’s been a few days since Friday’s MLL Collegiate Draft and we’ve had time to digest exactly what happened. Here’s a round-by-round evaluation of the draft. Round 1 Despite not being a lock to play MLL this summer, Peter Baum – the 2012 Tewaaraton award winner – was the consensus No. 1 pick. Baum and 2012 first round pick Steele Stanwick would be a fantastic duo to build around. Hamilton…


2013 MLL Draft Live Results

January 11, 2013

Welcome to the 2013 Major League Lacrosse draft in Philadelphia. Follow along for the results of the draft right here throughout the night! Follow us at @InLacrosseWeTrust om Twitter for more updates.


Top MLL Prospects: Goalie

January 8, 2013

The draft is deep in talented attackmen but there’s a fine crop of goal stoppers rivaling them. Here are some goalies to look out for in Friday’s MLL Draft. John Kemp, Notre Dame He was named to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament team and was a First-Team All-American last season. He had a .637 save percentage last season. Pierce Bassett, Johns Hopkins He’s a 2013 preseason All-American honorable mention. His six-foot-three-inch and…


MLL Mock Draft: Round One

December 28, 2012

We’re two weeks away from the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft. Like most pro sports it’s always intriguing to see which college stars will be selected to play at the next level and what kind of fit they will be with their new team. Mock drafts are always tough. The human element of the front offices mean there could be plenty of surprises, such as trades and sleeper picks. But here…