Two-time Paul Cantabene Faceoff Athlete of the Year Trevor Baptiste (Atlas LC) dominated in Week 2. Baptiste won 83.3% of faceoffs, buried a goal, dished an assist, and tallied a second assist on a tic tac toe fast break goal.
Both the Cannons and Atlas had a lot to be happy about following their opening weekend victories. Now as the two teams look ahead to the upcoming weekend in Charlotte, they’ll face off against one another in a rematch of last season’s quarterfinals. With quite a few storylines to keep an eye on in this game, perhaps one of the most exciting is the matchup between Lyle Thompson and Michael Rexrode.
Training Camp Preview: Atlas LC By Josh Schafer | May 29, 2022 Tweet Atlas returns after a strong 2021 run led by a cast of young characters. Last offseason, Rubeor parted ways with some of the game’s best offensive players of the past decade in Paul Rabil, Rob Pannell and Ryan Brown. The aggressive move […]
Atlas head coach Ben Rubeor and his team pride themselves in their family style of play, an emphasis on working hard for one another. This on-field mentality and locker room culture led the Bulls all the way to the semifinals last season. With two first round picks in the college draft this year, Rubeor looked to add two of the top players in college lacrosse to fit into the family.
Atlas LC: 2022 College Draft Needs By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Apr 29, 2022 Dodging midfielders Atlas LC attempted more shots following initiations from the midfield than any team in the league – but shot only 22.2% on those looks. Bryan Costabile (10-for-50 unassisted), Dan Bucaro (9-for-49 unassisted), and Romar Dennis (8-for-33 unassisted) were able […]
Teat does so many things at an insanely efficient level already. He shot 39.1% off the dodge, regular slipping by the best defenders in the world for dunks. And he buried 44.4% of his stepdown shots. Teammates shot 36.7% off passes from Teat; his 49 assist opportunities were fourth-most in the league.