“After 10 professional years of playing lacrosse, I’ve decided to hang my cleats up and start my next chapter. I’ve been blessed to play on the best teams in the world with the best players and coaches in the world. I’m walking away with so much gratitude and love for every person who has supported me along the way.”
Film Study: Waterdogs’ Off-ball Screens By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Aug 25, 2020 Ball screens. Seals. Slips. Backdoor cuts. Bee sting picks. C-cuts. Picking the picker. Tic tac toe ball movement. The Waterdogs offense featured everything – except for finishing – in 2020. Head coach Andy Copelan’s inaugural squad led PLL in assist rate (i.e. […]
10-Man Ride: Monday Night Lacrosse Preview By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Jul 27, 2020 CLEAR! The ride is on. We’re recapping the Atlas’ comeback against the Waterdogs and previewing Redwoods-Chaos (7:00PM on NBCSN) and Atlas-Archers (9:30PM on NBCSN). Let’s go! 1. Rob Pannell quarterbacking from X Pannell (1G, 3A) is as advertised. His 11 assist […]
NFL teams are going for it on fourth-and-2 about twice as often as they did in 2008. It’s time for lacrosse coach’s to go in the opposite direction – and to bring out the punters on fourth down.
To say Waterdogs LC head coach Andy Copelan is excited for his team’s inaugural season would be an understatement. Copelan arrived at his interview this winter with a spreadsheet of his projections for the rest of the league’s unprotected rosters across the league.
On a wooden desk in Drew Snider’s office there’s enough hardware to fill an aisle at Home Depot. There’s three professional championship rings, two World Games medals, and an assortment of other accolades.