• NLL: Del Bianco shines in Roughnecks’ game one win over Bandits
  • NCAA: Fire day from Spencer lifts Loyola over Syracuse
  • NLL: Roughnecks will represent the West in NLL Cup
  • NLL: Banditland party to continue in NLL Cup as Buffalo defeats Toronto 12-8
  • NLL: Roughnecks’ Dickson scores winner in 12-11 win over Seals

Lacrosse Lounge Talks to Greg Gurenlian and Anthony Kelly

Tonight on Lacrosse Lounge, In Lacrosse We Trust MLL insider Phil Shore will take some time to talk about the faceoff men who dominated the league this weekend. The story of the week this weekend was the dominating faceoff performances we saw from the winners of their games. Two of those faceoff men were Greg Gurenlian and Anthony Kelly. Gurenlian won eighteen of twenty eight face offs to lead the…

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Who is Your Favorite Lacrosse Player?

Yesterday on Twitter we asked you, the readers and fans, who your favorite lacrosse player is. They could have been in NLL, MLL, Canadian, NALL, PLL or college. Who are your favorite players? Find out below. The most votes went to John Grant Jr and Paul Rabil, but there were also some votes in there for Cody Jamieson, Nicky Polanco. Scott Evans, Peter Baum, Chris Levis, Chris Bocklet and Lee…

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USA Rebounds From Loss, Defeats England

The U.S. under-19 men’s national team cruised over England, 20-1, on Sunday in its third pool play game at the Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championships, rebounding from an 11-9 overtime loss to Canada 24 hours earlier. Attackman Kyle Keenan scored a team-high four goals and Matt Kavanagh had two goals and two assists as 12 different players found the back of the net at least once. The U.S….

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Garrett Billings MLL Offensive Player of the Week

Hamilton Nationals attackman Garrett Billings was named as the Major League Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week after helping the Nationals earn a split of a weekend home-and-home series with the Ohio Machine. Long Island Lizards defenseman CJ Costabile earned the League’s Defensive Player of the Week award, while Denver Outlaws attackman Mark Matthews was selected as the Cascade MLL Rookie of the Week. Billings, who was named as the…

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Charlotte Hounds Should Be Proud of Year One

The Charlotte Hounds had a lot of fanfare going into their first year of Major League Lacrosse.  The Hounds are now 3-7 on the season and in seventh place, one game ahead of the expansion Ohio Machine. With their playoff hopes bleak, the Hounds will try to get into the race but they will need a lot of help. They need to win all of their games to finish at…

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In Lacrosse We Trust and Lacrosse Radio Network Official Launch

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 16, 2012 Marisa Ingemi has a vast knowledge on all sports but decided at the age of 13 that she could help bring the fastest growing game among youth to a level that it deserves by pioneering a media outlet around the sport of lacrosse. In Lacrosse We Trust and The Lacrosse Radio Network has officially launched this month as the premier lacrosse media outlet and the only internet…

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Major League Lacrosse Three Stars

What a week in Major League Lacrosse! Who were the best of the best this week? I take a look. Brian Phipps- Mover over Stefan Schroder, Brian Phipps is in town. Making 19 saves on 31 shots against the Nationals is not an easy task. He showed that he is an MLL goalie an can play with the best. Dan Hostetler – when Crotty was inverted into a midfielder and…

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MSL Weekend Update: Redmen Down Chiefs, Kitchener Embarrasses Brampton Again

As was expected from the MSL season, the top four teams in the standings (alphabetically: Brampton Excelsiors, Brooklin Redmen, Peterborough Lakers, Six Nations Chiefs) are closer than they’ve been in recent memory, while distancing themselves from the other two teams (Ajax Rock, Kitchener/Waterloo Kodiaks). Four teams were in action on Sunday in games that would have massive impacts on the season standings. First, at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Six…

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Rebels and Red Devils set to Meet in West Finals

1 Six Nations Rebels 6 Orangeville Northmen The hosts of the 2012 Founders Cup championships Six Nations downed Orangeville in 3 games, but the Northmen did not go down without a fight. Games 1 and 2 both ended in 14-10 scores in favor of the Rebels. In each game, long scoring runs would help the Rebels gain leads that were too large for the Northmen to overcome. Game 3 was…

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Bayhawks Hand Rattlers First Home Loss of 2012

For the first time in 2012, the Rochester Rattlers have lost at home. The loss ends their three game win streak and the Rattlers are now 2-1 in the second half of the season. The Bayhawks bounced back after their loss to Charlotte last weekend and are now 1-1 after the All-Star break. Some first quarter action, well, there was hardly any except for the goalies. John Galloway and Kip…

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