Adrenaline is proud to announce the addition of defenseman Ryan Flanagan to its collection of athletes. Flanagan currently plays for the Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse, and played his collegiate lacrosse at the University of North Carolina. The 3x MLL All-Star has made a huge impact at the professional level after completing an illustrious career in the NCAA.  During his time at North Carolina, Flanagan was a Team Captain, 3x All-American and recipient of the Schmeisser Memorial Cup, given annually to the nation’s top defensemen. In addition to representing Adrenaline as a sponsored athlete and brand ambassador, Flanagan will also participate in each of the upcoming LXM PRO Tour events this coming season.

“As we continue to bolster our stable of athletes and LXM PRO rosters it’s important to not only find the highest caliber lacrosse players but also the highest quality people.  Ryan fits the mold of what we look for in great players and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to our family. What he’s done in this sport as a player is nothing short of remarkable and it’s great to see him give back in a positive way.” Alex Cade, CEO.

Flanagan has become a mainstay in the North Carolina lacrosse community, having spent time as an ESPN announcer for ACC contests, in addition to running the club organization, Team 24/7 Lacrosse.

“It’s an honor to be part of the Adrenaline family and I’m looking forward to some of the projects we have already started working on. Between the MLL, ESPN and our club program, Team 24/7 Lacrosse, I’m around the game all day, every day. No company represents that better than Adrenaline, our sports true lifestyle brand.” Ryan Flanagan

Learn more about Ryan Flanagan and our other Adrenaline Athletes at our Athlete page:http://adrln.com/athletes/ 

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