‘I need a gold medal:’ Travis Kelce jokes he ‘could play’ for Team USA lacrosse in 2028 Olympics By Lauren Merola | Oct 31, 2023 Tweet Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is looking to represent Team USA in the 2028 Olympics, and it might not be with the flag football team. On Travis […]
A Fan’s Guide to Philly By Sarah Griffin | Sep 22, 2023 Tweet As Smash Mouth once famously said, there’s so much to do and so much to see. That’s certainly the case this weekend in Philadelphia, as the PLL heads to the City of Brotherly Love for the 2023 Cash App Championship. To ensure […]
Tom Schreiber headlines the 2023 PLL End of Year Awards with his third Jim Brown MVP Award By Sarah Griffin | Sep 6, 2023 Tweet Jim Brown Most Valuable Player: Tom Schreiber, Archers  “Tom Schreiber is the best player on the best team in the PLL – is it really any more complicated than that?” […]
Sarah Griffin’s Fantasy Lineup for Denver By Sarah Griffin | Aug 11, 2023 Tweet Attack Start: Chris Cloutier, Chaos LC After not playing in a game for nearly a month, Chris Cloutier didn’t miss a beat last weekend in his return to the lineup for Chaos. He netted four goals against the Redwoods and certainly […]
Sarah Griffin’s 2023 Throwback Jersey Rankings By Sarah Griffin Aug 9, 2023 8. Archers Before anyone yells at me, this deserves a disclaimer: there is not one jersey amongst these eight that I disliked. However, it would defeat the purpose of the rankings if I just said “I like them all!” So sorry Archers fans, […]
How Jesse Hubbard changed lacrosse as a shooter and Warrior innovator By Wyatt Miller | Aug 3, 2023 Tweet Jesse Hubbard played an eight-year, Hall of Fame career with equipment that he helped create.  Growing up stringing his own leather pocket, Hubbard was a lacrosse guru in every sense of the word. He knew the […]
Often imitated, never replicated: Ryan Powell’s unforgettable resume By Lauren Merola | Aug 3, 2023 Tweet Young waves of talent are constantly crashing lineups and stealing starting spots in professional lacrosse. Veterans are dethroned yearly by rookies who excel at what older players could once do best. Turnover is natural, and often accepted. Unless you’re […]
Greg Cattrano: Hall of Fame Goalie, Hall of Fame Competitor By Adam Lamberti | Aug 3, 2023 Tweet While the Long Island Lizards celebrated the inaugural Major League Lacrosse championship in 2001, Baltimore Bayhawks goalie Greg Cattrano made a pledge to himself after the defeat. “After the 2001 season, it was kind of a heartbreaker […]
For Roy Colsey, A Hall of Fame Induction Isn’t About Him, It’s About The Barrage By Nick Zoroya | Aug 3, 2023 Tweet A place in the Hall of Fame is one of the greatest individual honors a player can receive, but when asked about his journey Roy Colsey is quick to give credit to […]
How Brian Spallina Earned His Seven Rings By Sarah Griffin | Aug 1, 2023 Tweet The Philadelphia Barrage couldn’t stop winning between 2004 to 2007. With three championships in a four-year span, there was one song in particular Brian Spallina remembers those years by. “We were putting together a playlist or CD or something to […]