Denver, we're back. Our team remembers the dominance in the 2010s, the championships won, and the glory brought to the Mile High City. We're returning with aspirations of more wins and more trophies. With some of the best young talent in the league and the #1 Draft Pick, we're ready to go on a run. Ride with us in this new era as we recreate greatness.
When Major League Lacrosse expanded west in 2006, the Denver Outlaws headlined the first-ever class of expansion teams.
3x MLL Champions
The Denver Outlaws had a decade-long run of dominance in the 2010s. Countless clutch performances – from Drew Snider’s game-winning dagger with 56 seconds remaining in the 2014 MLL Championship to Eric Law’s diving game-winner with 12.9 ticks left in the 2016 MLL Championship to Matt Kavanagh’s 9-point (4G, 5A) performance in the 2018 MLL Championship – will live forever. We’re determined to return to that level of dominance.
Culture of Excellence
The class of Major League Lacrosse's Western Conference, the Denver Outlaws have never had a losing season in club history. The newly-rostered Outlaws seek to carry this excellence forward into the 2024 season.
Connor "Thor" Farrell blends his experience as a college football linebacker and his background in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu together at the faceoff stripe. A tenacious competitor who won't hesitate to put an opponent on his back.
The 2022 Dave Pietramala Defenseman of the Year can match feet with the league's quickest attackmen and bully the league's strongest attackmen. JT Giles-Harris is one of the brightest young longpoles in lacrosse.
The 2022 Tewaaraton Award winner and first overall pick is a goal-scoring machine. Logan Wisnauskas is a sniper from the lefty wing.