New York Atlas attackman Jeff Teat

PLL Fantasy: Paul’s Fantasy All-Star team

By Paul Lamonaca | Jul 10, 2024

With All-Star Weekend marking the midway point of the PLL schedule, here is a look at the top performers in Weekly Fantasy from the first half of the season:


Jeff Teat, New York Atlas

The success Teat had in the first half of the season was unprecedented. He has already tied the PLL single-season point record in only six games. 

The lefty attackman currently leads the league in fantasy points, too, with 456, more than 200 more than the next-closest player. That stat alone tells you how dominant Teat has been. 

Even with the highest salary cap value out of all players, Teat still is one of the league leaders in ROI, meaning he produces more fantasy points than his salary coin worth.

Michael Sowers, Philadelphia Waterdogs 

Sowers comes into the All-Star break tied for second (with fellow Philly attackman Kieran McArdle) in fantasy points averaged with 43.4 per game. While the 1-4 Waterdogs have had a rough start to the 2024 campaign, Sowers has continued to shine as one of the league’s best facilitators behind the cage. 

Sowers will need to continue to produce if his team wants to have any shot at making the playoffs come September.


Matt Campbell, Boston Cannons

This has been a breakout year for Campbell, to say the least. The second-year midfielder has shown everyone why he has become one of the league’s best off-ball players. 

Campbell currently leads all midfielders in total fantasy points with 176 and in two-point goals with four in just six games.

Grant Ament, Utah Archers

After an established career playing attack both collegiately and professionally, Ament now is shining as an outstanding midfielder because of his versatility.

In his return from an injury that kept him out for the majority of the 2023 regular season, Ament came into 2024 running through the box and has shown how effective he truly is. 

Ament currently leads midfielders in average fantasy points with 30.8 per game, just ahead of Campbell’s 29.3. 


Jeff Trainor, Boston Cannons

The only player on this list who did not make the actual All-Star team, Trainor has done a commendable job as one of the Cannons’ most relied-on short sticks. Trainor sits tied for second among short-stick defensive midfielders with four caused turnovers. 

Trainor leads all SSDMs in total fantasy points with 88 and ranks second in fantasy points per game with 14.7.


Tyler Carpenter, New York Atlas

The rookie out of Duke was the steal of the 2024 College Draft. There is no real debate to be had about it. Carpenter leads all non-faceoff specialists with 30 ground balls as well as leading all long-stick midfielders in caused turnovers with five.

Carpenter averages the highest number of fantasy points out of all LSMs with 18.5 per game and leads his position in total fantasy points with 111.


Garrett Epple, Boston Cannons

The reigning Dave Pietramala Defensive Player of the Year continues to dominate through the 2024 season. Epple leads the league in caused turnovers with 13, six more than the next-closest player. 

Epple leads all fantasy defenders, as well, with a league-best point average (25.0 per game) and total (150).


TD Ierlan, California Redwoods

Through four games, Ierlan has put himself in a great position to be named the Paul Cantabene Faceoff Specialist of the Year. 

Ierlan leads all faceoff specialists in average fantasy points with 29.7 per game, five more than Trevor Baptiste, who has played two more games. 

Ierlan also sits a close second in faceoff percentage at 70.1%, 0.3 points behind league leader Joe Nardella.


Brett Dobson, Utah Archers

Dobson is the biggest reason why the Archers have been able to stay above .500 this season. The Canadian netminder currently leads the league in save percentage at 58.3%. 

Dobson also has been by far the best fantasy option among goalies. He’s averaging 38.6 fantasy points per game; no other goaltender is above 30. 

When Dobson is on his A-game, the Archers defense is nearly impenetrable. Let’s see if he can keep it up for the back nine of the season.