Major League Lacrosse (MLL) is the American professional league of field lacrosse. MLL began hold lacrosse matches in 2001 as a only-entity ownership league. Major League Lacrosse was started by Jake Steinfeld, Tim Robertson and Dave Morrow in 1999. Jake Steinfeld is also well-known for creating the line of videos and exercise equipment called "Body By Jake". Dave Morrow is an All-American lacrosse ex-player and the head of Warrior Lacrosse Equipment.
The Major League Lacrosse season stretches from May to August. MLL's rules that are different from these of traditional lacrosse include: a 60-second shot clock, a two-point goal line fifteen yards from every goal, the abolition of the restraining box, a limit of three long-stick defensemen per each team, and the free of all players upon the face-off. The rule of 60-second shot clock replaced a 45-second shot clock rule in 2005.
The league was separated into several divisions with National Division including
MLL Championship Games
2005: Winner: Baltimore Bayhawks; Runner-up: Long Island Lizards; Location:
2003: Winner: Long Island Lizards; Runner-up: Baltimore Bayhawks; Location:
2001: Winner: Long Island Lizards; Runner-up: Baltimore Bayhawks; Location:
Teams in MLL
2004 - present time: David Gross (Commissioner)
2003 - 2004: David Gross (Chief Operating Officer)
2002 - 2003: Matthew Pace (Executive Director)
1999 - 2002: Gabby Roe (Executive Director).