Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Friday, Nov. 3
Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:
1. The PLL Championship Series is headed back to the Washington, D.C. area.
The league will host the second Sixes-style event at The St. James from Feb. 14-19. The top four finishers from the 2023 season (Archers, Cannons, Redwoods, Waterdogs) will compete for the crown. Click here for more.
2. The NCAA denied an appeal for former Stanford linebacker and Virginia midfielder Ricky Miezan to play another year in Charlottesville.
Miezan broke the news to Virginia fans on his Instagram. The former Stanford captain played 15 games for the Cavaliers in 2023, scoring seven goals and adding two assists. Click here for more.
3. Jackie Neary’s legacy lives beyond Cabrini.
Neary, the program’s first and last head coach, reflected on her almost 30 years of coaching at Cabrini after Villanova announced it would acquire the Pennsylvania school.
Click here for a great story from Kenny DeJohn.
WHAT WE’RE READING
The IWLCA is honoring former Lawrence Technological University coach Mary Ann Meltzer with the Diane Geppi-Aikens Memorial Award.
East Carolina names Kaelin Hogan as an assistant coach, following a stop at Roger Williams.
The Colorado Mammoth announced its 2023-24 training camp roster.
TSN with more on the National Lacrosse League’s involvement in the Elevate28 initiative, which launched this week at the New York Stock Exchange.
WHAT WE’RE WATCHING
Who doesn’t love early November lacrosse in a snow storm? Colorado continues to deliver.
WHAT’S ON TAP
A preview of USA Lacrosse's National Celebrate Lacrosse Week, which kicks off this weekend.
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