Michael Sowers Hospitalized After Hit to the Head

PHOTO COURTESY OF PREMIER LACROSSE LEAGUE

Michael Sowers scored two goals in his PLL debut.


Michael Sowers, one of the most exciting rookies in the Premier Lacrosse League, was hospitalized and kept overnight after a hit to the head during Sunday’s PLL game between Sowers’ Waterdogs LC and Cannons LC.

Sowers’ father, David Sowers, commented on a video of the hit that a CT scan of his son revealed trauma to the head.

Sowers scored on the play, but he was clearly shaken up. Reece Eddy was given a two-minute non-releasable penalty for the hit.

Sowers scored twice in his first professional game.







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