The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today an attendance total of 10,572 from the second round of postseason play that occurred on Saturday, September 14 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey – the highest ever single day total.
“I knew deep down all we had to do was make the playoffs,” Redwoods midfielder Joe Walters said on Wednesday. “All we had to do was get healthy, make the playoffs, and then we’ll go on a run. I think that’s what you’re seeing right now.”
It’s no secret that the Chaos offense is at its best in transition. They want to play fast, so naturally, other teams want to slow them down. At their pace of choice, the Chaos is the best team in the league. The problem: They haven’t played at their pace during their losing streak. Jarrod Neumann hasn’t hit a two-pointer in a month. He didn’t even attempt any in Columbus.
Eliminated from contention for the inaugural PLL championship, Chrome and Atlas turned their attention to the 2020 collegiate draft’s first overall pick. As the two teams took the field, a second-round bye and a direct trip to Philadelphia to play for the No. 1 pick was on the line.
Like everything the PLL does, we are looking to redefine the typical postseason structure to make it more exciting and engaging for our fans. The PLL Postseason Bracket has been designed to:
COLUMBUS (April 16, 2019) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that the first weekend of playoffs will be played at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio on September 6 and 7, 2019.