Just three days after holding its annual draft, Major League Lacrosse has released its 2013 schedule.

You can check it out here.

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2 Responses to “Major League Lacrosse releases 2013 schedule”

  1. lax33 says:

    This schedule looks great. Every team is playing each other a lot and every game should be a good one. Every team has depth and the championship is anyone’s this year. I feel by the end of the season every game will be very close. I think this because there are not many teams and everyone will get a chance to play each other at least more than once so every team will have their own strategies against another.

  2. Jeremiah says:

    This is exactly what I had been seeking for, many thanks

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