National Lacrosse League Suspends Season Due to COVID-19 Concerns


The NLL is the latest professional American sports league to suspend its season due to concerns about the new coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., following the lead of the NBA and MLS.

[Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates Related to Lacrosse]

The league issued the following statement Thursday:

“The National Lacrosse League has determined that it is in the best interests of our fans, our players, our coaches and our staff to temporarily suspend play until further notice due to concerns over COVID-19. We will continue to evaluate this situation and remain in constant communication with health, team, business and league officials across North America. Security and safety is our top priority and focus in these challenging and unprecedented times, and we will continue to provide updates on resumption and rescheduling of play as they are determined.”







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