1988 Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League season
|1988 Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League season|
|League||Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League|
|Duration||January 3, 1988 - March 20, 1988|
|Number of teams||4|
|League champions||Washington Wave|
|Runners-up||New Jersey Saints|
|Top scorer||Joe Gold (Washington Wave)|
|Champions||New Jersey Saints|
|Finals MVP||Larry Quinn (New Jersey)
Jeff Goldberg (New Jersey)
The 1988 Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League season is the 2nd season of the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse, that began on January 3, 1988, and concluded with the championship game on March 20. On May 15, 1988  the league was renamed Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL), a name the league would keep for the next ten years.
No teams were added, removed, or relocated for the 1988 season.
|1||Washington Wave – xyz||8||6||2||.750||0.0||4–0||2–2||121||117||+4||15.12||14.62|
|2||New Jersey Saints – x||8||5||3||.625||1.0||3–1||2–2||125||112||+13||15.62||14.00|
|3||Philadelphia Wings (1987–2014) – x||8||3||5||.375||3.0||2–2||1–3||97||90||+7||12.12||11.25|
x: Clinched playoff berth; c: Clinched playoff berth by crossing over to another division; y: Clinched division; z: Clinched best regular season record; GP: Games Played
W: Wins; L: Losses; GB: Games back; PCT: Win percentage; Home: Record at Home; Road: Record on the Road; GF: Goals scored; GA: Goals allowed
Differential: Difference between goals scored and allowed; GF/GP: Average number of goals scored per game; GA/GP: Average number of goals allowed per game
|Championship Game MVP (tie)||Larry Quinn||New Jersey|
|Jeff Goldberg||New Jersey|
Bold numbers indicate new single-season records. Italics indicate tied single-season records.
|Penalty Minutes||F. Tashman||New Jersey||12|
|Shots on Goal||Joe Gold||Washington||74|
|Loose Balls||Rick Sowell||Washington||43|
|Save Pct.||Kevin Bilger||Philadelphia||77.2%|
- "National Lacrosse League - 1988 Regular Season - Standings". NLL.com. Retrieved April 28, 2013.
- Complete statistics unavailable; may not be accurate
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