Premier Lacrosse League Announces Albany Return for 2020 Season By PLL | Mar 11, 2020 Premier Lacrosse League to return to Tom & Mary Casey Stadium following sell-out in 2019 ALBANY, NEW YORK (March 11, 2020) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that the league will return to the University at Albany for …
In the 30th and final game of the Premier Lacrosse League’s inaugural regular season, Archers looked to clinch a playoff berth with a win over Whipsnakes. Following an Atlas victory the night before and a dominating Redwoods performance earlier in the day, Archers would need a victory to be in the race for The Crown. Across from them, Whipsnakes had clinched a Top 2 playoff spot and were looking to continue to build momentum from their Week 9 17-4 victory over Redwoods and head into playoffs firing on all cylinders.
1. What trick did Ryder Garnsey add to his bag this week? Every damn week Ryder Garnsey (4G, 3A) adds a new trick to his bag. Sometimes it’s a pass – a shovel, a lever, or a behind-the-back. Sometimes it’s a new shot release point. It can be a new idea entirely, like throwing the ball to a defender as the shot clock expires in hopes of causing a turnover to earn a fresh 52-second clock. Most of these tricks aren’t new for Garnsey alone – they’re new for the entire sport of lacrosse.