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Review by: Aaron S. Terry -- Jun 30, 2015

Rider baseball loves to honor their legends. Review by Regional Correspondent Aaron S. Terry.

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2015 NLL Arena Experience Rankings

by Jim Flannery - Jun 29, 2015 8:02 AM EDT

For the second year in a row in the National Lacrosse League (NLL), one of the teams has relocated — the Philadelphia Wings moved to Connecticut and became the New England Black Wolves for the 2015 season. Prior to the 2014 season the Washington Stealth moved north and became the Vancouver Stealth. And next year there will be at least one more relocation as the Minnesota Swarm (our best NLL arena experience last season) have announced a move to Gwinnett, GA to become the Georgia Swarm.

All this moving around means that we get to reassess how the home arenas compare to one another every year. We evaluate the stadium experience by looking at the food and beverages available at the facility, as well as the overall atmosphere, the neighborhood, the fans, access, return on investment and any extra features the stadium has to offer. Our primary tiebreaker is “crowd reviews” as submitted by our members.

Of note is that no arena in the NLL scored worse than a 3.4 out of five, with an average score of 3.9, reaffirming (in my humble opinion) that indoor lacrosse is the best spectator sport ever invented. So without further ado, here are the rankings of the 2015 NLL arenas.


Dear Zack Hample

Dear Zack Hample

by Jon Hart - Jun 24, 2015 10:00 AM EDT

Dear Zack Hample,

Huge congratulations on catching A-Rod's 3,000th hit. You did it! No, it wasn't luck. You made your own luck. Simply, you showed up. You came early, stayed late and kept your eye on the ball. And you put in your time, to put it mildly. Hard as it is to believe, you've been chasing balls for about a quarter of a century, give or take. In short, you paid your dues and then some.


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