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Whips halt Chromeback to improve to 6-1

Whips halt Chromeback to improve to 6-1 By Austin Owens | Jul 30, 2022 Tweet The Whipsnakes continued their dominant run of form in 2022, holding off a second-half surge from the Chrome for a 9-8 victory in Dallas on Saturday. The Whips came out of the gates and played their brand of lacrosse to […]

Matchup Preview: Brendan Nichtern vs. Matt Dunn

Matchup Preview: Brendan Nichtern vs. Matt Dunn By Adam Lamberti | Jul 28, 2022 Tweet Brendan Nichtern has emerged as one of the league’s best attackmen as just a rookie.  After using the 1st overall pick on 2022 Tewaaraton Winner and National Champion Logan Wisnauskas, the Chrome LC figured Nichtern would be gone by the […]

Connor Kelly comes up clutch in OT win

Connor Kelly comes up clutch in OT win By Sarah Griffin | Jul 25, 2022 Tweet Pushed by the hometown kid Connor Kelly’s game-tying goal and then OT winner, “you just can’t make up a better script,” Waterdogs head coach Andy Copelan said of his team’s gutsy 11-10 overtime victory against the Chrome on Sunday […]

Matchup Preview: Michael Sowers vs. JT Giles-Harris

Matchup Preview: Michael Sowers vs. JT Giles-Harris By Sarah Griffin | Jul 22, 2022 Tweet As the Waterdogs and Chrome prepare to face off against one another Sunday night for the second time this season, a battle of speed and smarts between two former Blue Devils headlines the evening. Michael Sowers and JT Giles-Harris played […]

Matchup Preview: Baptiste vs. Farrell

The Week 5 matchups pit two of the best faceoff specialists in the League against each other when Atlas’ Trevor Baptiste steps up to the stripe against Chrome’s Connor Farrell. It’ll be a battle of speed and power.

Connor Farrell and the making of Milkman

Growing up, Connor Farrell would walk into the kitchen of his home in Holtsville, New York nearly ten times a day for a refill. When he pulled open the refrigerator door and the light softly illuminated Farrell’s face, his mom Kathleen’s money was well-bet that Farrell was making his way through the ten gallons of milk she’d purchased that week.

Justin Anderson’s left- and right-handed flamethrower

Justin Anderson has a flamethrower. Lefty or righty on the run, the ball jumps out of Anderson’s stick. As a rookie Anderson shot 2-for-21 (9.5%) off the dodge; through three games in ‘22, he is 4-for-8 (50.0%) on unassisted shots.

Chrome stays undefeated with fourth quarter comeback against Waterdogs

Chrome stays undefeated with fourth quarter comeback against Waterdogs By Austin Owens | Jun 18, 2022 Tweet With 6:43 remaining in the fourth quarter, Chrome was looking for answers. They had surrendered seven of the previous eight goals to that point, with one of the scores being a 2-pointer from Ryan Brown. Tim Soudan’s squad […]