Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Thursday, Sept. 22

Kasey Choma will lead an experienced Notre Dame offense in 2023. Photo courtesy of Notre Dame athletics.


Good morning. Here's the latest from the lacrosse world:

1. Can Notre Dame keep its momentum going?

After starting the season 1-4, Notre Dame’s women’s lacrosse team finished by winning four of its final five regular season games with the one loss coming by a single goal to eventual national champion North Carolina in the ACC semifinals. What’s in store for the Irish in 2023?

2. It’s a brotherhood.

From the September/October issue of USA Lacrosse Magazine, our Kenny DeJohn went behind the scenes with the U.S. men’s U21 team and the brotherhood that led them to a world championship.

3. Best of the best.

The Premier Lacrosse League released its 2022 All-Pro teams.







WHAT WE’RE READING

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Notre Dame volunteer assistant men’s lacrosse coach Ryder Garnsey suited up with the Irish during fall practice and baffled the defense with this ridiculous pass.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • We’ll release the 70 locations hosting Pick Up & Play clinics this November as part of National Celebrate Lacrosse Week.

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