Lacrosse Towns

Well its July 20th, the All Star Game was last Thursdsay the 16th and Inside Lacrosse has finally decided to put up video coverage of the MLL’s biggest event.

On their homepage they have asked the question: what are the best lacrosse towns in the country?

Here is our vote

Fan Poll

  • Baltimore
  • Long Island
  • Denver
  • Syracuse
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Philadelphia
  • Boston
  • Dallas
  • Southern California
  • Columbus
  • San Francisco
  • NY Metro Area
  • Rochester
  • Buffalo
  • Toronto
  • Vancouver
  • Charlotte
  • Raleigh Durham

Why two cities from North Carolina are on there while Miami, Florida, any town in Connecticut, and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan are left off is beyond me.

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10 responses to “Lacrosse Towns

  1. Durham-Chapel Hill should replace Raleigh-Durham on this list.

    UNC, Duke, and CHHS. Durham-Chapel Hill is crawling D1 powerhouses and Champions of State.

  2. Durham-Chapel Hill should replace Raleigh-Durham on this list.

    UNC, Duke, and CHHS. Durham-Chapel Hill is crawling with D1 powerhouses and Champions of State.

  3. Call me when UNC wins a regular season ACC game. Don’t confuse hardwood success with excellence on grass.

  4. I might be from Dallas but I think you have to put Baltimore and Denver battling for the top spot.

  5. Since when is Long Island a town?

  6. Chicago and Atlanta also not on the list

  7. i think the southern coastline/south central CT should be on it, obviously because i’m from there. but hey, thats IL.

  8. Brostradamus,

    UNC has won 4 national championships in lacrosse. 1981, 1982, 1986, 1981.

  9. two championships were won in 1981. amazing unc

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