Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Wednesday, Sept. 28

The U.S. Men's National Team training roster competed in scrimmages over the weekend.


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

1. U.S. Men’s training camp brought PLL pros, national team veterans and college stars together for one star-studded weekend.

We caught up with John Danowski as he evaluates the 52-man roster for the next three events, in hopes to find the best 23 players for next summer’s world championship.

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2. Duke women’s lacrosse is not happy with how 2022 ended.

The Blue Devils lost to North Carolina, Notre Dame and Maryland in the season’s final days, ultimately ending what was a successful campaign that included a win over Boston College. With a talented core returning, Duke is ready for another run.

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Niagara women’s lacrosse on the teammate with which they’d trade places.

JT Giles-Harris is a problem for opposing attackers.

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