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New MLL PSA’s Encourage Players to Compete with Class

May 8, 2014    12270 Views

By Lane Errington | @lane_errington

Paul Rabil, Compete With Class

As part of a season-long partnership between US Lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse, players across the country from youth to professional are taking the pledge to “compete with class” and “honor the game.” Four professional lacrosse ambassadors went on video to support sportsmanship in the game. Be on the lookout for these PSA videos in upcoming MLL broadcasts.

Paul Rabil

Boston Cannons and Team USA, midfield

Scott Rodgers

Ohio Machine, goalie

Ben Rubeor

Chesapeake Bayhawks, attack

Steele Stanwick

Ohio Machine and Team USA, attack

Players, coaches and fans that would like to support the safety and sportsmanship initiative are encouraged to ‘Take the Pledge’ by visiting Free and easy to complete, the online pledge demonstrates a commitment to supporting the spirit of the rules and the ideals of safety and good sportsmanship.

Compete with Class Logo

Read more about the US Lacrosse “Compete with Class, Honor the Game” sportsmanship initiative, including ways you can help. You can also share examples of good sportsmanship on Twitter using hashtag #CompeteWithClass.

Take the Pledge

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