COLUMBUS, Ohio – Lacrosse is back.
Professional lacrosse is set to resume on Saturday, July 18 when Major League Lacrosse plays its season over a week-long span, culminating in a championship game on July 26. All games will be played at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium and will be broadcast on a combination of the ESPN Networks.
For Buckeye fans, two-time first-team All-American Ben Randall will suit up for the New York Lizards while Jack Jasinski is set to play for the Denver Outlaws. Randall was an All-Star selection last season for the Lizards. Jasinski played for both the Outlaws and Dallas Rattlers in his rookie season of 2019, compiling a total of 14 points. The full MLL schedule, including TV designations, can be found HERE.
A total of five #ProBucks will be in action when the Premier Lacrosse League gets started with its Championship Series on July 25. Tyler Pfister and Dominique Alexander will be teammates with Archers while Kevin Buchanan is a member of Chaos. Ohio State’s two newest representatives in the league are Jake Withers, now a member of the expansion Waterdogs, and Jessie King, who will play for Chrome.
Action in the PLL begins on July 25 with group play and ends on August 9 with the league’s championship game. All of the action can be seen on either NBC, NBC Sports Network or NBC Sports Gold. At least one Buckeye alum will be in action every day between July 25 and the start of the playoffs on Aug. 4. The full PLL schedule, including TV designations, can be found HERE.
#ProBucks in the MLL
#ProBucks in the PLL