Professional Box Lacrosse Association

PBLA Game of the Week Broadcasts Set with Lacrosse TV

December 6, 2022 - Professional Box Lacrosse Association (PBLA) News Release

The Professional Box Lacrosse Association (PBLA) has entered into an agreement with Lacrosse TV for a broadcast package for the upcoming inaugural season. The partnership will feature a "PBLA Game of the Week" as well as a bi-weekly, half-hour show, "PBLA TODAY."

The PBLA will launch its inaugural season with nine teams and feature some of the best lacrosse athletes in the world. Among these premiere players are Marcus Holman (North Carolina), Bradley Voigt (Syracuse), Tom Palasek (Johns Hopkins, Syracuse), Thomas Kelly (Virginia), Chase Martin (North Carolina), Bill O' Brien (Sacred Heart), Patrick Timothee (Coker), and brothers Joe (Virginia) and Ben French (Vermont).

"We are very excited to partner with Lacrosse TV as we launch our first season," said PBLA CEO Carmen Kesner. "Lacrosse TV is a leader in the sport of lacrosse and a natural partner to help us present the PBLA and the best athletes in the world playing America's oldest and fastest-growing sport."

Added PBLA Commissioner Steve Donner, "We formed the PBLA to showcase the American lacrosse player. Lacrosse TV will help us do that from game one. We could not be more excited to launch this broadcasting and branding partnership with Lacrosse TV."

"PBLA TODAY" is hosted by an NHL and PGA broadcast veteran, Kevin Sylvester, and premiered on Lacrosse TV December 1st and will air bi-weekly at 9:00 PM ET/6 PM PT.

The 2022-23 "PBLA Game of the Week" on Lacrosse TV schedule is included below and includes 18 games.

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