Brendan Mundorf and Leukemia Survivor Share Special Bond

Aug 26, 2012; Allston, MA, USA; Denver Outlaws attack Brendan Mundorf (2) on the sideline during the second quarter against the Chesapeake Bayhawks at Harvard Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports


So I wanted to bring this story to your attention, it’s one that truly deserves the publicity. Brendan Mundorf received a message via Facebook from a man named Marcus Hass about his son Mason and an event in which Brendan attended. Mason Hass, now 13, was diagnosed but successfully beat Leukemia at the age of three. Read More…

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The Major League Lacrosse Championship Is Finally Here



Who could have scripted a better opening act for the 2012 MLL playoffs?

I couldn’t.

On Friday night, the Denver Outlaws had their worst nightmares come to life when 2012 MVP Brendan Mundorf suffered a severe ankle sprain and fell to the turf in immense pain. Read More…

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Major League Lacrosse Playoff Picture

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Long plane rides, diminutive pay checks, and little recognition is the common lifestyle for most professional lacrosse players. But, that’s what makes the sport worth watching. This weekend, at the momentous Harvard Stadium, the best-of-the-best will step on the field to earn their spot in lacrosse history while attempting to win the 2012 MLL Championship. Read More…

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Two Immovable Forces Squaring Off For Championship Status

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Leading up to the big showdown, you would be hard-pressed to find an individual in either party that is more anxious for the matchup between the Denver Outlaws and Chesapeake Bayhawks than Brendan Mundorf. As the week dwindles down his nerves have gotten significantly more frantic. The Outlaws standout attacker has some strong ties to the Bayhawks including his former head coach and general manager Brian Reese who has taken over GM duties with the Bayhawks. Also, his longtime teammate dating back to their college days at UMBC, Drew Westervelt, is now on the ‘other side’ and in an unfamiliar role as enemy. Read More…

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Lacrosse, Fighting for Stardom

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Is lacrosse really the fastest growing sport in America? In my opinion no, but, it will benefit the sport to gradually climb than soar and fall flat shortly after. The sport of lacrosse has a serious following; the fans of the game are die-hards and stand behind the sport while the outside world stands and watches awkwardly. Read More…