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Premier Lacrosse League Announces Rosters, Coaches for Third International Exhibition in Japan

By PLL | Feb 29, 2024

LOS ANGELES – Feb. 29, 2024 – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster today announced the men’s and women’s professional lacrosse players set to represent the PLL and Unleashed during the league’s third international exhibition in Japan on March 20, 2024, at Fujitsu Stadium Kawasaki, Kanagawa, in partnership with SEKAI CROSSE. 

“Our PLL and Unleashed All-Stars are heading to Japan to represent the best of professional lacrosse in North America,” said Paul Rabil, Co-founder and President of the Premier Lacrosse League. “Our games in Japan will showcase world-class play, in front of thousands of fans, with community programming throughout the trip. We’re grateful to our partners at SEKAI CROSSE for their shared commitment to the game’s growth internationally, as we prepare for the Olympic Games in 2028.”

The PLL and Unleashed teams will face teams of specially selected Japanese lacrosse players representing Cross Crosse All-Stars and compete in professional skills challenges, in addition to hosting youth lacrosse clinics in the region. Launched by the PLL in 2020, Unleashed is a media and event platform designed to support the growth and visibility of girls and women in the sport of lacrosse. The PLL recently held its first women’s professional exhibition in the US, the Unleashed All-Star Game powered by Ticketmaster at its 2024 Championship Series.

The PLL All-Stars will be coached by New York Atlas assistant coach, Steven Brooks, and Team Unleashed will be coached by former member of the US Women’s National Team and VP of Lacrosse for the PLL, Rachael DeCecco.

PLL All-Stars – Coached by Steven Brooks, Asst. Coach, New York Atlas

  • Rob Pannell – California Redwoods
  • Matt Rambo – Maryland Whipsnakes
  • Romar Dennis – California Redwoods
  • Ryan Ambler – Utah Archers
  • Nakeie Montgomery – California Redwoods
  • Jarrod Neumann – Carolina Chaos
  • Mike Sisselberger – Utah Archers
  • Colin Kirst – Boston Cannons
  • Xander Dickson – New York Atlas
  • Justin Anderson – Denver Outlaws
  • Matt Campbell – Boston Cannons
  • Will Perry – Carolina Chaos
  • Mark Glicini – Carolina Chaos
  • Ethan Rall – Boston Cannons
  • CJ Costabile – Carolina Chaos
  • Arden Cohen – California Redwoods
  • Max Wayne – Boston Cannons
  • Brendan Krebs – Maryland Whipsnakes

Unleashed All-Stars – Coached by Rachael DeCecco, VP of Lacrosse, PLL

  • Lizzie Colson
  • Ally Mastroianni 
  • Dempsey Arsenault
  • Lauren Gilbert
  • Sammy Jo Tracy
  • Scottie Rose Growney 
  • Rachel Hall
  • Andie Aldave
  • Marge Donovan
  • Hannah Dorney
  • Paulina Di Fatta
  • Maggie Bill

The international exhibition comes following the successful bid to return lacrosse to Olympic competition for the 2028 Games in Los Angeles lacrosse, and The Premier Lacrosse League’s second annual Championship Series powered by Ticketmaster, showcasing the Olympic-style format, with games broadcast across ESPN platforms. 

To learn more about the Premier Lacrosse League, Unleashed, and SEKAI CROSSE, visit: www.premierlacrosseleague.com.

About the Premier Lacrosse League
The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster is a men’s professional lacrosse league in North America, composed of eight teams rostered by the best players in the world. Co-founded by lacrosse superstar, philanthropist, and investor Paul Rabil and his brother, serial entrepreneur and investor, Mike Rabil, the PLL is backed by an investment group composed of Joe Tsai Sports, The Chernin Group, Arctos Sports Partners, Brett Jefferson Holdings, The Raine Group, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), The Kraft Group, Bolt Capital and other top investors in sports and media. The PLL is distributed through an exclusive media rights agreement with ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+. The PLL was named 2020 Sports Breakthrough by the Sports Business Journal, and recognized as a 2021 Best Employer in Sports by  Front Office Sports. For more on the league, visit www.premierlacrosseleague.com and follow on social media: Instagram (@PLL), Twitter (@PremierLacrosse), Facebook (@PremierLacrosseLeague), YouTube (YouTube.com/PLL) and TikTok (@pll).