Marywood University Men’s Lacrosse Signs Contract with Warrior and Brine

Posted on December 4, 2012 by

Categories: Brine, D3, Warrior

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Scranton, PA – Marywood University Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Scott Dalgliesh is excited to announce that the team has recently signed a sponsorship contract with Warrior/Brine Lacrosse through the 2015 season. Warrior/Brine Lacrosse is the leading lacrosse brand for equipment, footwear and apparel. “I and the team could not be more excited to be sponsored by Warrior/Brine Lacrosse.” Dalgliesh said.

The Pacers will be sporting the Brine King Superlight Gloves, along with various Warrior Brine heads and handles, and Warrior cleats. The team will also begin phasing in custom arm-guards and fully customizable TII Warrior Helmets. “We are thrilled to be partnered with a company that is the official sponsor for those that play at the pinnacle of our sport, Major League Lacrosse (MLL)” Dalgliesh added.

“This is a great opportunity for Warrior/Brine Lacrosse to partner with an up-and-coming program such as Marywood University,” said Dan Holdridge, the North Eastern Sports Marketing representative for Warrior/Brine. “Our partnership will provide Marywood with great equipment and provide Warrior even greater visibility in the lacrosse community.”

About Warrior
Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, Warrior Sports is recognized as one of the sporting goods industry’s premier manufacturers of innovative, high performance, cutting-edge equipment, footwear and apparel for lacrosse and hockey athletes of all ages and abilities. Founded in 1993 by former champion lacrosse player David Morrow, Warrior was acquired by privately-held New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. in February 2004.

Warrior is dedicated to a core set of philosophies and strengths: technical superiority, grassroots marketing, original and creative youthful expression, and strong partnerships with retailers and suppliers. Warrior’s Players Club is the best players in the world helping to make the best equipment in the world and is reserved for the top professionals in lacrosse and hockey today.

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  • Bob

    Not gonna make them not blow.