American Lacrosse League

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American Lacrosse League
American Lacrosse League logo.jpg
SportField lacrosse
Founded1984
No. of teams29
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
New York Athletic Club (2018)
Most titlesLax World LC and New York Athletic Club (7)
Official websiteAmericanLacrosseLeague.org

The American Lacrosse League (ALL) is a post-collegiate men's field lacrosse league based in the Northeastern United States. The league is split into two conferences, Gray and Blue. The Gray Conference has one division, Chesapeake, with 11 teams. The Blue Conference has 18 clubs divided into three divisions: New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.[1]

Teams[edit]

Grey Conference (Chesapeake Division)[edit]

Team City Home Field
Delaware Starboard LC Dewey Beach, DE Cape Henlopen High School
MaGerks LC Baltimore, MD Gilman School
Portside LC Baltimore, MD Patterson Park
Ryleigh's Oyster LC Baltimore, MD Mays Chapel Park

Blue Conference (New York Division)[edit]

Team City Home Field
Brooklyn LC Brooklyn, NY Aviator Sports Complex
Dodgers Brooklyn, NY John Dewey High School
Duke-Tobay Massapequa, NY John J. Burns Park
Long Island LC Hicksville, NY Cantiague Park
New York Athletic Club New York, NY Travers Island
Oak Neck AC Bayville, NY Centre Island Park

Blue Conference (New Jersey Division)[edit]

Team City Home Field
Bud Men Long Valley, NJ Califon Fields
Bulls Morristown, NJ Cocoziello Field
Leading Edge Piscataway, NJ Scarlet Knights Sports Club Field
Tri-State Wayne, NJ DePaul Catholic High School

Blue Conference (Pennsylvania Division)[edit]

Team City Home Field
Dunn Financial Coatsville, PA Coatsville Area Senior High School
GMH Philadelphia Malvern, PA Malvern Prep
Great American LC Phoenixville, PA Phoenixville Middle/High School
Gryphons Ambler, PA SPARK - Upper Dublin Sports Park
Lenape Doylestown, PA Delaware State University
South Jersey Deltan, NJ Holy Cross High School

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2017 Division Teams". American Lacrosse League. Retrieved 5 October 2017.

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