Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Monday, June 20


Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1. The Colorado Mammoth are the 2022 NLL Champions.

The Mammoth took down the Buffalo Bandits 10-8 in Saturday’s Game 3, completing a comeback after losing the first game of the Championship Series. Dillon Ward earned MVP honors after making a Championship Series single-game record 55 saves.

Click here for the full recap.

2. Notre Dame men’s lacrosse just bolstered its defense, again.

The Fighting Irish are adding Yale transfers Brian Tevlin and Chris Fake, first reported by their former teammate, Thomas Bragg, and confirmed by Bulldogs’ coach Andy Shay.

Click here for more on what this means for Notre Dame.

3. The Chrome and Whipsnakes keep rolling.

Friday night, Chrome LC topped Waterdogs 17-14 and Whipsnakes got past a surging Atlas team 12-9 to remain atop the PLL standings at 3-0 each. Archers picked up its second win of the season, blowing out Cannons on Saturday, following by Redwoods downing Chaos to cap the weekend.

Read up on Friday night’s action here.

4. We’re just days away from the Women’s World Championship.

As part of our 30 Teams in 30 Days, Beth Ann Mayer profiles 2017 bronze medalists England and its quest for more in Towson this summer.

Click here for the full story.







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