New York Lizards Supplemental Draft Results

December 20, 2014

The New York Lizards had their unofficial start to the 2015 MLL season as they added 12 players to their roster by way of the MLL Supplemental Draft. The Lizards┬ápicked sixth in the draft and here are the 12 players they drafted from Wednesday. Shamel Bratton, M: The Lizards get Bratton back after picking him up from the LXM Player Pool shortly after the LXM-MLL merger. Last season, he played…

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2015 MLL Draft Prospects: Midfield

December 14, 2014

Last year, the midfield had the best player in college lacrosse in Princeton’s Tom Schreiber. The senior was the unquestioned No. 1 overall pick when the draft came around. In total, seven midfielders were picked in the first three rounds of the 2014 MLL Draft. As the draft rolls around this year, there isn’t the game-changing type midfielder like there was in Schreiber. In fact, I would say that this…

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2015 MLL Prospects: Attack

December 13, 2014

The MLL Draft is quickly coming up on the lacrosse world as the temperature drops and snow falls from the sky. Last year, the attack position had several high impact players including Duke’s Jordan Wolf and St. John’s Kieran McArdle who both seemlessly transitioned from the college game to the professional level. Albany’s Miles Thompson and Virginia’s Mark Cockerton were also key contributors for their respective MLL teams. This season,…

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What to Watch in the New B1G

November 15, 2014

The B1G conference has always been known as a football conference and why wouldn’t it be with national powers such as Michigan and Ohio State gracing the conference every year. However, the lacrosse world throws its hat in the B1G ring and in its inaugural season. Obvious programs such as Ohio State and Michigan make up the core of the conference landscape. Meanwhile, Penn State leaves the CAA, Rutgers leaves…

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Fall Ball Check In: Notre Dame Fighting Irish

November 1, 2014

Notre Dame enters the 2015 season coming off an interesting 2014 season. Their tournament hopes looked bleak after posting a 6-5 regular season record. However, something clicked for the Fighting Irish as soon as the postseason started and they won the ACC Tournament and took care of business to reach the NCAA Championship Game against Duke. Notre Dame lost 11-9 but the Irish should feel good about their chances to…

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Fall Ball Check In: Colgate Raiders

October 22, 2014

At the end of 2014, the Colgate Raiders were on the outside looking in when it came to the NCAA Tournament. The Raiders went 9-7 in 2014 before losing five of their last seven games to close out the season. That included two consecutive losses to Loyola in the Patriot League Semifinals and then Syracuse to end the year. What is in store for 2015? Well before we can take…

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Fall Ball Check In: Maryland Terrapins

October 21, 2014

The Maryland Terrapins ended 2014 with yet another Final Four loss, this time at the hands of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish by a score of 11-6. As they look ahead to 2015 and complete their fall ball season, the team brings back about half of their starters from last year’s team but lose a lot from a defense that ranked third in the nation in goals allowed per game…

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Offseason Look In: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

October 2, 2014

The leaves are turning colors, the air is cooling, so you know what that means…it is time for fall lacrosse. Freshmen have had time to adjust to their surroundings and coaches get to see which of their players have improved and how their team may look come the spring time. With the fall season underway here is a look at Rutgers as it prepares itself for the 2015 season. Rutgers…

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Ohio Machine 23-Man Protected Roster Evaluation

September 24, 2014

The Ohio Machine had the biggest turnaround last season, in large part due to the addition of severa l LXM Pro Players and the addition of 2013 first round pick Peter Baum and 2014 first round pick Tom Schreiber. After finishing in last place last season, the Machine made the playoffs before losing to the Rochester Rattlers in the first semifinal game. As they head into 2015, here is the…

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New York Lizards Protected 23-Man Roster

September 20, 2014

The New York Lizards have announced their protected 23-man roster earlier this week. This past season, the Lizards rebounded from not being in the playoffs to pushing the eventual MLL Champion Denver Outlaws to an overtime thriler in the semifinal round. As they look ahead to 2015, here is a look at who they will definitely have on their roster heading into next season. Who didn’t make the cut: Steve…

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