NLL Radar: Keep Eyes on JGJ, Ward and Thompson

January 22, 2015

John Grant Jr – with the OT winner last weekend, he has helped the Mammoth stampede their way to victory. One of the most talented players ever to pick up a lacrosse stick, viewers will be in store for a show. Dillon Ward – what can you say about Dillon other than “brick wall”. Yeah, he let in some shots he should have saved against Calgary but that happens with…

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AILA and Junior Wings Announce Rosters

July 29, 2014

Conshohocken, PA – American Indoor Lacrosse Association and the Junior Wings Organization are thrilled to announce the rosters for the 2014 Jr. Wings Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget teams. The three squads, representing the Philadelphia Wings, will compete in the Junior NLL Champions Cup at the Toronto Rock Athletic Center in Oakville, Ontario over Labor Day Weekend (Friday, August 29 – Monday, September 1). Below are the rosters for each…

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MLL Season Preview: Florida Launch

April 20, 2014

With lacrosse taking off around the world, the sport has finally made its way on to the professional scene down South as the Florida Launch prepare to make their organizations inaugural MLL debut this season.   Based out of Boca Raton, the Launch is made up of the Hamilton Nationals who made it all the way to the 2013 MLL Semi Finals. After some really interesting off-season moves like the…

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NLL Predictions Standings: You Gotta Fight, For Your Right, To Party

February 27, 2014

  Half way through the NLL 2014 season, the In Lacrosse We Trust staff have been scuffling amongst each other for the top spot in their predictions race. These midseason standings bring to light not only who predicts the most accurately, but who also gets lucky the most. A win (correct prediction) is worth 2pts. A loss/non participation is a one point deduction per.   Di Miller    32 Ian…

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Team USA Player Profile: Marcus Holman

February 22, 2014

USA Profile: Marcus Holman Position: Attack College: North Carolina MLL Team: Ohio Machine Young, hungry and ready to go. Marcus Holman has proven that he can play with the big boys. He can bring it from the outside while shifting his way through the defense to put in a lay-up goal too. Marcus has vision and speed to add to his arsenal as well. After playing with two of the…

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Peter Baum Finally a Member of Machine

First round pick from the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft and former 2012 Tewaaraton Trophy winner, Peter Baum has selected to sign with his team, the Ohio Machine. The former Colgate star had his rights retained by Ohio even though he elected to play LXM, signing with Adrenaline, a sponsor of LXM. He is also a sponsored athlete by STX, which became an Official Equipment Partner to the MLL along with…

February 20, 2014
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Team USA Profile: Joe Fletcher

USA Profile: Joe Fletcher   Defender   Professional Team: New York Lizards   College: Loyola 2014 There’s many things every coach looks for in a player. Physicality, I.Q., vision, foot work, stick skills are just a few. When you hear the names Lee Zink, Tucker Durkin, Michael Evans, Brian Spallina and Nicky Polanco, you think heavy hitters, physical, beasts, animals and more. Names like Kyle Sweeney, Kyle Hartzell, Ryan Flanagan,…

February 16, 2014
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NCAA Preview: Loyola at Virginia

Loyola @ Virginia Game Time: 7:00 pm Date: February 6, 2014 Location: Charlottesville, Va 2013 Teams change and great players graduate, leaving behind an empty spot for someone to fill. Loyola and Virginia both have shoes to fill. Virginia is coming off one of their more disappointing seasons after a long run as one of the top teams in NCAA men’s lacrosse. They started off strong going 5-1 in the…

February 3, 2014
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USA Greats: First Cars, Now Lacrosse

With about five months to go until the FIL World games in Denver, Team USA put its remaining 50 or so guys to the test in the Blue & White Champion Challenge down in Florida. They showed up with fresh hair cuts to hopefully help impress Coach Richie Meade. Fans could hear Coach Dave Pietramala all the way back at Homewood Field and the players put on a good show….

January 28, 2014
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NCAA Outlook: Big East

The Big East will have a new champion come this spring. Both Syracuse and Notre Dame have left the conference for the very dangerous and competitive ACC. Villanova has a very good chance of taking the conference crown but has newly added Denver standing in their way.   Schools Remaining from 2013   Georgetown–The Hoyas, led by second year coach Kevin Warne, finished 2013 6-9 overall with a conference record…

January 28, 2014
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