Ryan Conrad and the Waterdogs prioritize mental health and connectivity By Wyatt Miller Sep 20, 2023 When the Waterdogs played the Archers in the final game of the 2022 regular season, they lost their identity, said Ryan Conrad. They were arguing calls and focusing on things they couldn’t control, trying to squash the deficit all […]
A season-record 4 Waterdogs midfielders hit 2-pointers against Chaos By Wyatt Miller | Aug 21, 2023 Tweet The Waterdogs scored more two-point goals on Saturday than the Redwoods and Chrome have all season. It was also the most long balls by any team in a single game this year, and all four came courtesy of […]
How the Waterdogs’ crowded midfield unit stacks up By Wyatt Miller | Jul 26, 2023 Tweet The Waterdogs have champaign problems. Sitting at 4-1 and second place in the league, the ‘Dogs have eight starting-caliber midfielders when healthy, but can only dress five or six each week.  The midfield unit has accounted for 47 of […]
Photo courtesy of Nick Ieradi. Four Trade Targets to Help Fix the Redwoods Offense By Jerome Taylor Jul 19, 2023 On Friday night, the Redwoods’ offense had a sluggish start, a trend that has unfortunately been all too familiar this season.   From the start, they looked sloppy. The ‘Woods had ten turnovers in the first […]
Photo courtesy of Kait Devir. Waterdogs Power Team USA to World Championships Gold By Wyatt Miller Jul 3, 2023 Statistically, Waterdogs carried the Team USA offense to a gold medal in the World Lacrosse Championship, winning their second title in the last 10 months. Waterdogs accounted for 47% of Team USA’s total goals, which is […]
2022 Players Top 50: #41 Ryan Conrad By Joe Keegan PLL Analyst Dec 5, 2022 The second overall pick of the 2019 College Draft out of Virginia, Ryan Conrad’s potential was finally unlocked by the Waterdogs in 2022. Pigeonholed as a transition starter early in his career, Conrad showed his offensive skillset in his third […]
Jake Watts re-selects the top six picks from the 2019 PLL Draft.
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.