John Grant Jr. Makes Trick Shots Look Way Too Easy


Colorado Mammoth’s John Grant Jr. is no stranger to sniping net, but this trick shot video is beyond skillful. He is so good that even his General Manager trusts him to knock a water bottle off of his head. Read More…

Posted in: Indoor, videos

Eight Questions with the NALL’s Commissioner Tony Caruso


The North American Lacrosse League is a professional indoor lacrosse league that has a primary focus on United States professional players. The league successfully finished its inaugural 2012 season and now starts its second season which will end in April 2013. We had the opportunity to ask NALL Commissioner, Tony Caruso, a few questions. Read More…

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NLL Statement on Goalie Glove Inspection


The National Lacrosse League has released the following statement regarding the inspection of gloves worn by Colorado Mammoth goaltender Matt Roik that took place in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s home game against the Minnesota Swarm. Read More…

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Chazz Woodson Signs with NALL Kentucky Stickhorses


Ocean, NJ, January 4, 2013 — The Kentucky Stickhorses, in conjunction with the North American Lacrosse League, today announced the signing of Chazz Woodson to the Stickhorses roster. “We are delighted to have Chazz join our team,” says Owner Anthony Chase. “As the reigning champion of the NALL, the Kentucky Stickhorses will certainly be in great position to repeat with Chazz.” Read More…

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Bandits Unveil New Uniforms for 2013


The Buffalo Bandits held an open practice event at First Niagara Center on Saturday, Dec. 15 to offer fans their first chance to catch the Bandits in action before the start of the 2013 National Lacrosse League season. The Bandits also unveiled their new home and away jerseys when they took the floor at 10 a.m. Read More…

Posted in: Indoor, Reebok

Bowhunter Cup Box Lacrosse Jersey Auction


The 2012 Bowhunter Cup was again an exciting nail-biter. The Iroquois Nationals held onto a lead late in the fourth quarter to defeat the USA 12-10 in the third annual Bowhunter Cup international indoor exhibition at The Blue Cross Arena on Saturday night. Select authentic game-worn Iroquois Nationals and USA jerseys are now available online starting at $100. Read More…

Posted in: Game Photos, Indoor

NHL Lockout Will Have Little To No Impact On NLL Attendance


Following the expiration of the National Hockey League’s collective bargaining agreement, a month prior to beginning of the 2012–13 NHL season, owners declared a lockout. The NHL season is supposed to start October 11. The season will not happen at least anytime soon. So…this leaves all of the lacrosse fans, writers, players and announcers wondering, “Will the NHL lockout help NLL attendance?” History shows there’s no conclusive evidence that it will help attendance. Read More…

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Tri-State Lacrosse Launches Canadian Style Box Lax Program

Hightstown, NJ – September 21, 2012 – Tri-State Lacrosse today announced the launch of the Eagle Indoor Lacrosse Association a Canadian style box lacrosse program for high school lacrosse players. The Eagle Indoor Lacrosse Association will train and play games this fall and winter under the guidance and supervision of Ginny Capicchioni at Turf City in Wayne, NJ. Capicchioni has the distinction of being the first women to play in a men’s professional lacrosse league in 2003; the first American-born goalie to play in a Canadian box lacrosse championship and the first female to be selected to the US men’s national team. Read More…

Posted in: High School, Indoor

LC Radotín Bison Won The Dramatic Final of the First European Lacrosse League Tournament

European Lacrosse League 2012, tournament 1

Spectators who came to the Košutka in Pilsen watched fast and attractive lacrosse from the very beginning of the game. Michal Rozkot Bison scored the first goal in the 3rd minute, confirming his very good performance in the entire tournament. In the 6th minute, Vojtech Jan Jůza Oulehla scored and the shooting festival continued for the whole first period. John Jumper was the last scorer as he equalized it at 4-4 in the last minute. Read More…

Posted in: International

Champions’s Cup & Stanley Cup together at celebration


Sports history was made Monday at Garden River First Nation near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. For the first time ever, the Stanley Cup and the National Lacrosse League’s Champion’s Cup appeared together at a Championship celebration. The two Championship trophies resided at the home of former NHL Coach of the Year and entrepreneur Ted Nolan. Read More…

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