Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Wednesday, July 7

Andrew McAdorey (St. Anthony's HS) will represent the North in the Under Armour All-American Senior Game. (Photo by Gregory A. Shemitz)


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

1. Corrigan Sports announced the Under Armour All-American Senior Game rosters.

Both the girls and boys senior games feature 44 of the best seniors in the country, split up into North and South teams. Not played last summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Senior Game will return July 31 in Baltimore.

Full rosters: Girls | Boys

2. After a delay of almost one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the members of the Class of 2020 will be officially welcomed into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame this fall. The inductees are Rob Bordley, Roy Condon, John Desko, Ericka Leslie, Lisa Griswold Lindley, Laura Harmon Schuman, Joe Seivold and Amy Appelt Slade.

Learn more about the induction ceremony here.

3. Chris Hogan is on the move.

The former NFL wide receiver and Penn State lacrosse alum was traded to Whipsnakes LC along with Drew Simoneau in exchange for Kevin Reisman. The news was first reported by Pro Football Talk.

Hogan, who was not drafted and then picked up by the Boston Cannons during the waiver period, played in one PLL game thus far—an overtime loss against the Whipsnakes in Week 2. Now, he’ll try to crack the Whips’ gameday roster gain a surer footing in the league.

In other transaction news, the Cannons will look to bolster its offense by adding Christian Cuccinello from the player pool and rookie Jamie Trimboli off the Redwoods’ reserve roster. Cuccinello previously played for the Archers and Waterdogs and Trimboli will be reunited with former Syracuse teammate Stephen Rehfuss.

4. Stanford women’s lacrosse announced that five members of the team will return to Palo Alto for a fifth year. Leading scorer Ali Baiocco, who registered 75 points on 50 goals and 25 assists this past spring, headlines the returnees.

5. Pittsburgh head women’s lacrosse coach Emily Boissonneault threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Pirates game against the against the Atlanta Braves. The Pirates prevailed 2-1.







WHAT WE’RE READING

  • Jack Goods wraps up the key PLL storylines for the weekend including Paul Rabil setting the pro outdoor lacrosse career points record, in the PLL notebook.

  • Lacrosse All Stars with a look at L’s Base, a new lacrosse-themed bar and restaurant in the heart of Tokyo.

  • Paper Magazine highlights Lyle Thompson and other Indigenous athletes honoring their heritage through Nike’s N7 Collection.

  • The Daily Collegian with a roundup of Penn State alums showing out on the field during the Premier Lacrosse League Week Four stop on Long Island.

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

This looks familiar.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • From the June/July edition of USA Lacrosse Magazine, the story behind how Boston College captured its first NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse title.

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