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7. Albany Attack (2000-2003)

While ranking, I found myself choosing a good number of teams that also had cool jerseys. The Albany Attack were a lucky recipient of that. I’ve always been a sucker for the two-tone blue color scheme and Albany pulled it off really well. There is certainly a lot of detail in the wolf and font, most likely more than we would see if it was created today, but they wouldn’t have made my list if they were still around. And who wouldn’t like a team promoted by Mick Foley.

Adam Moore is a Delco native, co-founder/host of Pro Lacrosse Talk and managing editor of Lacrosse Playground. He also has a passion for sports history and serves as Lacrosse Playground's creative director. Adam has been writing on lacrosse for more than a decade and has been published online with The Capital Gazette and US Lacrosse Magazine. Adam played four years of college lacrosse as a goaltender for Elizabethtown College. When he’s not covering pro lacrosse, he can be found coaching at Boys’ Latin School in Baltimore and watching Philadelphia sports.

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