Meet the MILA: Colorado Sabertooths

July 23, 2012

In our coverage of the Midwest Indoor Lacrosse Association, we will be introducing you to several MILA teams. Today, we talked to Colorado Sabertooths co owner Matt DiRocco. The Sabertooths are a MILA expansion team. Two of the Sabertooths home games will be live on The Lacrosse Radio Network when our MILA schedule will be announced. Background: Owners: Matt Ogden and Matt DiRocco (Former High School  and College teammates) Matt…


Crosby Blog: Greywolves Head Into Playoffs

July 18, 2012

Hello again everyone, I am back with a new update from the Can/Am league and the Rochester Greywolves. It’s been a few weeks since my last post and there has been a lot that has happened so I’ll cut the chase and get right into it. Two weeks ago the Greywolves faced off Vs. the Newtown Golden Eagles who just recently finished the regular season in first place. This game…


MILA Gears Up For Year Two

July 17, 2012

Last year was full of lacrosse growth, with new leagues popping up all over the place. The two that got the most press were CLax and the North American Lacrosse League, but one that might of been overlooked by many was the Midwest Indoor Lacrosse Association. The MILA may not be at the professional level that some of the other leagues are at, but they are bringing box lacrosse to…


Vincent Talbot Blog: Hot Weekend in QSLL

This past weekend was a hot one. I don’t think I’ve ever played a game in such a warm temperature in my whole lacrosse career. Somebody told me it was around 40 Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) Saturday when we started the game and it pretty much stayed as hot for the entire weekend. With a win on Saturday or Sunday we would have clinched first place in the QSLL. Unfortunately we…

July 16, 2012

Kentucky Stickhorses Host Skills Camp July 25-27

July 14, 2012

The Kentucky Stickhorses will be hosting a skills camp in late July, and you have a chance to learn from the pros of the North American Lacrosse League. Stickhorses player David Lisi says- “The goal of our camps, clinics and events is to provide a low-cost, one-of-a-kind experience with professional players and coaches.  We are passionate about the game and its growth in the area.  The hope is to expand…


Vincent Talbot Blog: Voyageurs Split the Weekend

This past weekend was a big one for our team and for the organization as a whole. First of all we hosted the Johnny Mourandian indoor lacrosse clinic on Thursday and Friday at the Essex Skating Facility. Johnny is the GM of the Philadelphia Wings as some of you may know and one of the most passionate lacrosse people I’ve ever met. On Thursday morning I’ve had the chance to…

July 11, 2012

Boston Rockhoppers Ready For Second Season

July 10, 2012

During the NALL Pro Invitational Season, the Boston Rockhoppers found themselves 1-1 against the Kentucky Stickhorses and the only team to win a game other than Kentucky. Boston will have six home games this season, and they will be in Lowell. Their roster included some big name players, such as Mike Stone, Chris Ajemian, Vincent Talbot, and more. “Last year I got to develop more of my indoor game and box lax…


New Jersey Rascals the Newest PLL team

Remember that cityless team the Professional Lacrosse League announced? Apparently, they have found a home. The DC Sports and Entertainment Group posted this website this morning with the team name of the New Jersey Rascals. The league has not formally announced the team, but with this website posted, it is clear who their newest expansion team is. The start-up American West Baseball League has announced that DC Sports & Entertainment,…

July 9, 2012

Boxla In America!

July 4, 2012

Happy 4th of July everyone! In honor of the holiday today we thought we’d take a look at the state of box lacrosse in America, which is most certainly on the rise. Not only do we have a handful of American stars, but new leagues giving players a shot at developing their box lacrosse skills. Of course when you talk about lacrosse in America one of the first names that…


Sean Murphy Blog: Part Two

After starting the tournament 0-3, Ireland was hungry for a win, and we knew that our last 2 games would make a big difference in our chances to make it to the medal round.  Fortunately, as members of the highest ‘Blue’ division, we would essentially be playing down from the top while the teams in the other divisions were playing to earn their way up in the standings. But it…

June 29, 2012