When Sean Sconone stepped in net on June 5th to open the Chrome’s season versus the Archers, it marked the first time in a decade that anyone other than John Galloway had backstopped head coach Tim Soudan’s clubs.
The Chrome enter the 2022 season with plenty of room for improvement. Coming off a weak 2-7 campaign, head coach Tim Soudan looked to rejuvenate the culture by adding #1 overall draft pick and National Champion Logan Wisnauskas. Wisnauskas will be playing alongside fellow Maryland Terrapin Colin Heacock to create one of the most explosive offenses in the PLL.
Jordan Wolf announces retirement By PLL | Apr 19, 2022 Tweet Chrome LC attackman Jordan Wolf announced his retirement on Tuesday afternoon. Wolf ranks 23rd all-time in points (314) with 196 goals and 118 assists. The second overall pick in 2014 out of Duke, Wolf earned All-Pro honors in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Wolf released […]
Premier Lacrosse League Powered By Ticketmaster Announces 2021 Season Locations, Venues, Dates And Matchups By PLL | Apr 14, 2021 Tweet LOS ANGELES, CA. (April 14, 2021) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster announced today its locations, venues, dates, and matchups for the entire 2021 season. From Opening Weekend on June 4th […]
Premier Lacrosse League Announces 2021 Season With 43 Games Over 11 Weekends By PLL | Jan 14, 2021 Tweet LOS ANGELES, CA. (January 14, 2021) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today the official launch of its 2021 season. The announcement noted the PLL’s return to a tour-based format, including 43 total games over 11 […]