Player-centric Premier Lacrosse League presents all sorts of possibilities for the sport, and all sports
Will a rising tide lift all boats and can Major League Lacrosse survive amid the launch of a second summer league? Those are two of the main questions surrounding the new venture masterminded by Paul Rabil, the Premier Lacrosse League. The league’s inaugural season is set to debut June 1, 2019. The first season is set […]
Elusive Half Hollow Hills West (NY) 2017 attackman Cam Mulé decides on Duke lacrosse
It’s the busiest time of year for major D-I commitments. Get caught up right here, right now by visiting LaxLessons.com’s groundbreaking Lacrosse Insider, the leading source and unparalleled leader for recruiting news, analysis and information in the NY/NJ/CT tristate region and the entire lax galaxy. Cam Mulé has been immersed in lacrosse for as long as he can remember. That […]
Putnam Valley’s John van de Veerdonk: ‘Georgetown really stood out’
If you’ve been with us regularly since the National Letter of Intent Fall Early Signing Week ended less than a month ago, you know that since then, there’s been a steady stream of verbal commitments involving sophomores. Including this past week as we discussed in our weekly look at tristate lax for InsideLacrosse.com. If you […]
Kuczma calls it quits as a player
Putnam Valley varsity coach Brian Kuczma informed me today that he has decided to retire from the MLL. “I made the decision today after months of being on the fence and long talks with the family,” he said.