Checking in with MVP Bryce Wasserman
BOSTON - The Boston Cannons were named champions of Major League Lacrosse's (MLL) 20th anniversary season back on July 26th. Bryce Wasserman was crowned MVP after recording 15 goals and six assists in five games played and suffering a broken hand in the finals.
Wasserman's hand took a full two months two heal as doctors had to continually monitor the bone's healing process. Now that he's cleared, Wasserman is back to his normal routine of working out three times a week.
"I've also decided to pick up yoga since I can feel my back aging much more rapidly than the rest of my body," said the 24-year old law school student.
Outside of studying and working out, Wasserman is interning for the Orange Bowl with their legal team.
"I am helping to assist with rewriting all of their contracts with sponsors since the game and events have been drastically changed due to the pandemic," he said. "I am also co- authoring a thesis paper about the Ethics and Morality of Professional Sports in the Modern Era with DeMaurice Smith, the head of the NFL Players Association."
Although he's interning and working on a thesis that should be published by January, Wasserman is also looking to create a lacrosse team for elite high school women's lacrosse players in the Miami area.
Due to the nature of MLL's 20th anniversary season, Wasserman has yet to play at Veteran's Memorial Stadium as a member of the Cannons. When thinking ahead to next season, that's what he's the most excited for.
"I am most looking forward to playing my first home game as a member of the Boston Cannons," Wasserman said. "That environment in Quincy was my favorite place to play in the summer of 2019. I am very excited to be on the home team back in Quincy all summer 2021."
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