via MLL press release
BOSTON (February 6, 2018) – Major League Lacrosse (MLL) announced today that Alexander P. “Sandy” Brown has been selected as the second commissioner in the 18-year history of the league. Brown will replace David Gross, who has guided MLL since 2004.
Brown is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of leadership experience who has spearheaded the launch and growth of multiple sports media outlets. Most recently, he was the President/CEO of One World Sports, where he launched the HD channel across both linear and digital platforms to over 50 million subscribers through cable and satellite distributors as well as over-the-top (OTT) platforms.
“I’m thrilled to be joining Major League Lacrosse as its next commissioner,” Brown said. “The
Last season many of our readers will remember that we were not able to put together the District Preview series that has proven so popular each year for the Boys' teams. We want to make sure that doesn't happen again this year and are reaching out to our readership to help us get back on track!
First, I know that we are not going to be able to do this for the Girls' teams too but we are still at a point in our growth where resources are limited so please understand our political incorrectness and we hope to find the person in the future who can help to fill in our gap on the Girls' side . . . there are about 190 varsity Boys' teams playing this year over 32 Districts and I only have so many hours to dedicate to this.
We have prepared the Questionnaire to send out and we ar
The Second Annual Pre-Season Lacrosse Jamboree at VERO BEACH, Powered by STICK DOCTOR
Note: There is a maximum of 12 teams that can be accomodated.
When - Saturday, Feb 17th, 2018 – 9:00am-3:00pm
Where - South County Park, Vero Beach, Florida
Why - this event is to provide coaches, refs, and players a tune up for the upcoming season. Last year we had a nice turnout and everyone seemed to find it beneficial. We want to get teams match ups with appropriate competition, and to see teams they do NOT see in their districts during season. We are looking for teams within a couple hour ride from Vero Beach. Our objective is to provide each team with the following type of opponent.
A Stretch - an opponent that would be a very tough opponent during reg
Note: Most of the pictures, if not all, were taken by John Strohsacker for US Lacrosse. John is a heck of a photographer and here's his web site: http://www.sportsshooter.com/stroh
FLN has made their annual pilgrimage to Baltimore for the US Lacrosse Convention and this is where you can come for updates!
I'm checked in to the Hampton down the block from the Convention Center and when time permits I'll be updating with the going-ons!
Update Friday 2:50pm
Blue skies and nearly 50 degrees . . . so much better than two years ago as the memory of 30 inches of snow and a 36-hour flight delay going home start to recede into my memory. The plane landed early and I was in the hotel already by 11:00am.
Ran over to the Center to pick up my
Thanks to Paul Kaneb for the submission!
On December 16th, Delray Lacrosse & Leadership (DLL) in association with Delray Citizens for Delray Police held their annual Heroes & Helpers event at the Target in Delray Beach. Forty families were treated to breakfast & then a take-home turkey dinner while each of the children in the DLL program received a gift card so they could purchase Christmas presents with the assistance of a police or fire department officer.
Detective Adrian Rackauskas helped organize the event. He said “Christmas is about the kids. Delray Lacrosse & Leadership is helping these kids in our community. It’s great to have them interact with our law and fire personnel.” Jeff Goldberg, director of lacrosse for