Whipsnakes

Premier Lacrosse League powered by Ticketmaster announces Washington, D.C. as the host of the 2023 Championship Series

Premier Lacrosse League powered by Ticketmaster announces Washington, D.C. as the host of the 2023 Championship Series By PLL | Nov 16, 2022 Tweet LOS ANGELES, CA (November 16, 2022) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster has announced that The St. James in Springfield, VA will host the 2023 Championship Series from […]

The Weekend Preview: Semifinals in D.C.

The Weekend Preview: Semifinals in D.C. By Josh Schafer | Sep 9, 2022 Tweet Blaze Riorden sat down at Saturday’s press conference and let out a semi-sarcastic “yay.” He had, after all, been in this position before. A quarterfinals victory, albeit an upset in many people’s eyes, wasn’t going to move the needle for the […]

Cannons drop must-win against Whipsnakes, 11-9

It was possibly the most complete 48 minutes of execution we saw from the Cannons all season in a game where they had everything to play for in a heartbreaking 11-9 loss to the top-seeded Whipsnakes to end their season.

Whipsnakes clinch first-round bye in 16-8 win over Atlas

Whipsnakes clinch first-round bye in 16-8 win over Atlas By Sarah Griffin | Aug 14, 2022 Tweet The Whipsnakes have been the golden child of the PLL since its origination back in 2019 and their performance Friday night versus the Atlas showcased exactly why.  In a dominant 16-8 victory, the Whipsnakes locked up the number […]

Don’t Call it a Comeback: The Unsurprising Bounce Back of Kyle Bernlohr

Don’t Call it a Comeback: The Unsurprising Bounce Back of Kyle Bernlohr By Sarah Griffin | Aug 11, 2022 Tweet This season was never going to be a “revenge tour” for Kyle Bernlohr. Despite the narratives surrounding an uncharacteristic 2021 season for the veteran backstop, Bernlohr dealt with something last year all athletes experience at […]

Film Study: Whipsnakes bring back the slam picks

The Whipsnakes have struggled to put together a full 48 minutes of offense this season. Head coach Jim Stagnitta estimates that they played a solid 44 minutes against the Archers. Their offense flowed well, with Brad Smith (3G, 1A) dodging downhill and Zed Williams (2G, 2A) playing his best game of 2022. The difference? They went back to an old but familiar set.

Whipsnakes put together full 48 minutes in 13-11 win

Whipsnakes put together full 48 minutes in 13-11 win By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Aug 7, 2022 In their throwback uniforms the Whipsnakes put together a throwback performance — dominating Archers for a full 48 minutes. Joe Nardella (1G, 20-for-26 FO, 77%) set the tone at the stripe, continuing to build his case for the […]

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 […]

Crease Collapse of the Week: Connor Kirst

Crease Collapse of the Week: Connor Kirst By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Jul 28, 2022 On Saturday night against Chaos LC, the young Whipsnakes rope unit stepped up. Colin Squires (6GB, 1-for-2 FO) was everywhere in Michael Ehrhardt’s absence. James Barclay, a member of the 2019 Whipsnakes Championship team, scooped a couple groundballs and took […]