United States Lacrosse League

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United States Lacrosse League
USLL Logo.png
Sport Box lacrosse
Founded 2013
Inaugural season TBA
No. of teams 2 (as of July 18, 2015)
Country United States of America
Official website theusll.com

The United States Lacrosse League is a proposed box lacrosse league based out of New York City and seeking to represent the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions with plans on expanding to throughout the country in the future. It was formed in 2013 and were announced to begin play in the fall of 2014, but has since been pushed back to an undetermined time.

USLL founder and chairman is Nicholas Desrosiers.

History[edit]

The USLL was formed in 2013 following the demise of the Professional Lacrosse League and the North American Lacrosse League. However, the USLL has posted no updates since August 2015.

Front Office[edit]

  • Nick Desrosiers - Founder/Chairman[1]
  • Jeremy Lisch - Executive Director

Teams[edit]

Team City Arena (Capacity)
Maine Moose Trax Portland, Maine Cross Insurance Arena (6,733)
New Jersey Rascals Trenton, New Jersey Sun National Bank Center (7,604)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "USLL Staff". United States Lacrosse League. Retrieved 23 August 2014. 

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