Maverik Lacrosse Partners With The University of Scranton

New York – The University of Scranton men’s NCAA Division III lacrosse team is the latest program to partner with Maverik Lacrosse. Beginning in the fall of 2011, the “Royals” under the direction of second year head coach Jim Rogalski will be taking to the field in custom Maverik equipment and practice apparel to defend their 2011 Landmark Conference title.

“Maverik is very similar to our program, they are a young exciting company and are growing at a very fast pace,” said Coach Rogalski. “Our players could not be more excited about wearing Maverik’s products and providing them with real world feedback on their equipment.”

In 2012, the “Royals” will be wearing custom white, purple and black Maverik Empire and ROME gloves, shoulder and elbow guards. Maverik will also be providing the “Royals ” with everything they need to take to the field from chest protectors to game balls.

“We are looking forward to working with Coach Rogalski and his staff to give them everything they need to continue to succeed,” said John Gagliardi, President and founder of Maverik Lacrosse. “Scranton provides us with a great opportunity to generate exposure for our products with a team which will be defending a conference championship in 2012.”

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