Adam Jones Return Not Enough to Overcome the Wings

March 30, 2014

The Colorado Mammoth (5-8) went up against the Philadelphia Wings (4-9) at The Pepsi Center the first time this season on “Western Night” Saturday March 29, 2014.  They donned the first time in franchise history Colorado State Flag jerseys in front of a crowd of 16,322, the highest fan attendance this weekend, and the team with the highest attendance in 2014 with 124,247 fans.  But even with all the hype,…

Read More >>

USA Player Profile: Marcus Holman

March 27, 2014

USA Profile: Marcus Holman Position: Attack College: University of North Carolina Professional: Ohio Machine   Marcus Holman has played a role in transforming North Carolina back into a national power.  Even though his career didn’t end the way he wanted, he still has the ability to improve on his game and win a medal that every few have the opportunity to play for during their career.   Holman came to…

Read More >>

CLax Three Stars: Goddard, Purves, Attwood Stealing Spotlight

February 25, 2014

Despite just two games being played in Week Four, there was no lack of action in Canadian Lacrosse League play. The SouthWest Cyclops clawed up to .500 and improved their record to 2-2 with a 18-14 victory over the Durham Turfdogs (1-4) at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena, while the Ohsweken Demons (4-0) retain their perfect record with an 18-10 win over the Barrie Blizzard (0-4) at the Molson Centre. With…

Read More >>

NLL Rookie Report: Schuss, McIntosh and Poppleton Making the Scenes

February 25, 2014

Schuss’ scoring spree, McIntosh finding twine, and an NLL first for Poppleton highlight a quiet week in NLL rookie action. The Minnesota Swarm split a pair of road games over the weekend, losing 14-12 Friday night to the Toronto Rock before defeating the Philadelphia Wings 15-14 the following evening. The scoring talents of Logan Schuss were on display during the Swarm’s weekend road trip, notching 13 points in two games….

Read More >>

MLL Stock Watch: How Are the Draftees Doing?

February 24, 2014

The one thing that the MLL has over every other professional sport is the unique ability to select college players before their respective final seasons on college campus. It has its advantages as well as its disadvantages. A team could pick a diamond in the rough and pick the player that breaks out in his final year on campus. On the other hand, a team could pick a player that…

Read More >>

Washington Leads The Charge With Youth Boxla

February 8, 2014

American box/indoor player development in Washington started with the introduction of the Stealth Academy in the fall of 2010. The Stealth Academy still operates today, under the direction of Lewis Ratcliff and staff. The academy focuses on the basics of offense and defense in box lacrosse. Those that show significant skill and character are then selected to the Junior Stealth travel team. The Stealth Academy paved the way for the…

Read More >>

Bandits Finding Success Through Goaltending

Heading into a weekend matchup versus in-state rival Rochester Knighthawks (3-2), the eastern division leading Buffalo Bandits (5-1) are in the midst their longest winning streak of the new decade with five consecutive wins. Buffalo’s unexpected success is largely attributable to the man between the pipes in Banditland, Anthony Cosmo. The 14-year NLL veteran is making the most of his third season with the Bandits; currently leading the league in…

February 8, 2014
Read More >>

NLL Game Predictions: Week Seven

As stated by the NLL commissioner himself, this season is the most competitive indoor lacrosse one of all. Statistically, every game features close competition. Therefore, this season is special for the twists and turns it has already taken. Here’s the ILWT Staffs’ Predictions: ILWT Staff PHI at TOR EDM at PHI BUF at ROC CAL at MIN COL at VAN Jim Flannery         J. Hernandez       Scott…

February 7, 2014
Read More >>

Miller Ready to Return to Action for Wings

Brandon Miller has missed some time this season; in fact, he hasn’t played a single game in 2014 with his team, the Philadelphia Wings, as there was a holdout situation. He came to terms with them last night and now the Wings have their goalie back. We caught up with him to discuss his return. Excited to be back with the Wings? Absolutely, being a Wing has always meant so…

February 7, 2014
Read More >>

Boston University Opens First NCAA Season

NCAA PREVIEW—MERCER @ BOSTON UNIVERSITY (MEN’S) At 1:00 pm this Saturday, the Boston University Men’s Lacrosse team will travel to Georgia to take on Mercer Bears. For BU, this will be a historic game, as it is their first match-up in Division I lacrosse. Last season, Mercer was one of the worst in Division I, while the Terriers had been competing as a club in the previous seasons. This will be…

February 7, 2014
Read More >>