Posted on Thursday July 26, 2012
OCEAN, NJ, July 27, 2012. – The North American Lacrosse League has announced its newest addition: The Rhode Island Kingfish. Anthony R. Caruso, Esq., Attorney from Scarinci Hollenbeck and acting Commissioner for the League, is elated: "This announcement is meaningful in many ways, primarily in that the League continues to move forward in its expansion," says Mr. Caruso. "We overcame significant obstacles since our inception last year, and played a successful modified schedule which concluded in April. We remain excited about the future of the North American Lacrosse League."
The League started with three teams known as the Kentucky Stickhorses, the Boston Rockhoppers and the Lehigh Valley Flying Dutchmen. The 2013 season will now include the Rhode Island Kingfish. League officials are confident that more teams will be added in the near future. Details about the Kingfish management group and coaching staff will be announced soon. Other information is listed on the NALL website.
The North American Lacrosse League is a professional indoor lacrosse league that has a primary focus on United States professional players. The league successfully finished its 2012 season with its three returning veteran teams, the Kentucky Stickhorses, the Boston Rockhoppers, and the Lehigh Valley Flying Dutchmen.