PLL: Redwoods LC
Rob Pannell is a professional lacrosse player in the Premier Lacrosse League for the Redwoods LC. Prior to the PLL, Rob spent 7 seasons in the MLL with the New York Lizards where he was the 2018 MVP, two-time Offensive Player of the Year. Rob holds the professional lacrosse scoring record for points in a season with 78 and has been named an All Star seven times.
Rob Pannell played collegiate lacrosse at Cornell University where he won the Tewaaraton Award and was a two-time USILA Player of the Year and Attackman of the year. Rob was a four-time All American and three-time Ivy League Player of the Year. Rob graduated Cornell the all-time leading scorer in college lacrosse history with 354 points. Growing up in Smithtown, NY, Rob attended Smithtown HS West and Deerfield Academy, and now resides in New York City.
PLL: Archers LC
Grant Ament is one of the young stars in professional lacrosse. He has spent the last two seasons with Archers LC. After finishing in the top five in points in year one, Grant led the league in points in just his second year with 40. He was also an All Star game captain in 2021.
Grant played at Penn State University in his collegiate days where he broke the single season assist record and was the school’s first Tewarraton Finalist. During his time in Happy Valley, Grant was the 2019 Attackman of the Year, Big Ten Offensive Player of the year, three-time All American, four-time All Big Ten and a captain of the Penn State Lacrosse Team.
Grant grew up in Doylestown, PA and attended The Haverford School for high school. He now is the offensive coordinator there and lives in Philadelphia.
PLL: Archers LC • NLL: Toronto Rock
Tom is a professional lacrosse player for the Archers Lacrosse Club of the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL), the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse
League (NLL), and Team USA. As a member of the Archers, Tom was ranked the league’s top player in 2020, is a 2-time recipient of the Gait Brothers Midfielder of the Year award and is a 3-time All-Star.
Prior to the PLL, Tom spent 5 seasons with the Ohio Machine where he was drafted 1st overall, a 2-time league MVP, a 5-time All-Star, and a league champion.
As a member of the Toronto Rock, Tom was named the 2017 NLL Rookie of the Year and led the Rock in points in 2017 & 2018. Tom was a member of the Team USA FIL World Championship team in 2018, where he was named to the All-World Team and awarded the Most Outstanding Midfielder Award.
Tom is a graduate of Princeton University, where he was the 2014 Senior CLASS Award recipient, a 2-time Tewaaraton Award Finalist, a 2-time National Midfielder of the Year, a 4-time All American, and a 2-time Captain for the Tigers. Tom grew up on Long Island and attended St. Anthony’s High School. He now resides in Hoboken, NJ.
PLL: Chaos LC • NLL: San Diego Seals
Mac is a professional lacrosse player for the Chaos Lacrosse Club of the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) and the San Diego Seals of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). In his rookie season with the Chaos, Mac played a large role within the offence as they went on to win the 2021 PLL Championship.
Prior to the PLL & NLL, Mac spent his collegiate career at Penn State University where he became the all-time NCAA Division 1 scoring leader with 221 goals. As a freshman, he broke Penn State’s single-season goal record with 51. He later went on to break his own record with 78 goals during the team’s first-ever Final Four run which included a Big Ten Championship along the way. Mac finished his collegiate career as a 4x All American, 2019 Big Ten Championship MVP, and a 2x Tewaarton nominee.
Mac grew up on Long Island, NY, where he attended Syosset Highschool. He now resides back in Syosset where his lacrosse career began.
JT Giles Harris
PLL: Chrome LC
J.T. Giles Harris is the 2022 PLL Defensive Player of the Year suiting up for the Chrome Lacrosse Club. He was drafted to the PLL 3rd overall in 2021 and was named to the 2022 PLL All-Star Team.
Prior to professional lacrosse, J.T. spent his D1 college career at Duke University where he was a two-time captain and and two-time first team All-American. He was also the recipient of the William F. Schmeisser Award as the nation’s top defenseman in his 2021 senior year.
JT currently lives in Virginia and is a coach at Hampton University.
PLL: Chaos LC • NLL: Philadelphia Wings
Blaze Riorden is widely regarded as the toughest goalie to shoot on in the PLL. As the starting goalie and Captain of the PLL’s Chaos Lacrosse Club Blaze was named Goalie of the Year in three consecutive seasons (2019, 2020, 2021) and led the team to the PLL Championship in 2021 whereafter he was named MVP. Blaze truly stands out as a professional lacrosse player by playing 2 different positions in 2 professional leagues; an All-Star goalie in the PLL and a forward in the NLL playing for the Philadelphia Wings where he put up 43 points in 18 games during the 2022/23 season (21 goals, 22 assists). The upstate NY native was voted the #1 Player in the PLL by his peers in 2021.
Prior to his professional career, Blaze spent his D1 NCAA career at the University of Albany where he was an All American for the Great Danes. He is known for his iconic coast to coast goal against Cornell during his senior year’s NCAA Championship Playoff game.
Blaze currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.
PLL: Redwoods LC • NLL: Toronto Rock
TD Ierlan is a professional lacrosse player in both the PLL and NLL. He is a face-off specialist for the PLL’s Redwoods Lacrosse Club. After being drafted 4th overall in the 2021 PLL Draft, he was named as an All Star in 2021. In the NLL, he plays for the Toronto Rock where he picked up 121 loose balls in his rookie season along with a 0.597% faceoff win record.
TD spent his college career in three locations: Albany, Yale and Denver. During his time, he was a 5x All American and won 75.3% of his faceoffs, the highest by any player in NCAA D1 history with 500+ attempts. TD is widely regarded as the best face off specialist to every play college lacrosse.
TD currently lives in Rochester, NY.