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American Lacrosse League (1988)

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American Lacrosse League (1988)

American Lacrosse League
Sport Field lacrosse
Founded 1988
No. of teams 6
Country United States
Ceased 1988
Last champion(s) Not Awarded

The American Lacrosse League was a professional lacrosse league that played in 1988. It was founded by Terry Wallace and Bruce Meierdiercks, former teammates at Adelphi University. The league folded after five weeks of play.


Final 1988 ALL standings

Team W L PCT
Syracuse Spirit 4 1 .800
Long Island Sachems 3 1 .750
Baltimore Tribe 2 2 .500
Boston Militia 2 2 .500
Denver Rifles 2 2 .500
New Jersey Arrows 0 5 .000

Schedule and results

  • April 24
    • Syracuse 13 @ Long Island 17
    • Baltimore W @ New Jersey L
    • Denver W @ Boston L
  • May 1
    • Syracuse 17 @ New Jersey 15
    • Boston 14 @ Baltimore 11
    • Denver 13 @ Long Island 14
  • May 8
    • Syracuse 19 @ Baltimore 13
    • New Jersey 12 @ Denver 13 OT
    • Long Island 15 @ Boston 18
  • May 15
    • Boston 15 @ Syracuse 20
    • Denver 12 @ Baltimore 22
    • New Jersey 14 @ Long Island 17
  • May 18
    • Denver Rifles fold
  • May 21
    • New Jersey 13 @ Syracuse 26
      • Game moved to Saturday due to Syracuse University home game on May 22
  • May 22
    • Denver @ Syracuse
      • Game not played because Denver folded
    • Long Island @ Baltimore
      • Game moved to May 21 due to Johns Hopkins home game, then cancelled due to competition from Preakness
    • Boston @ New Jersey
      • New Jersey played Syracuse on May 21 due to graduation at Montlair State, New Jersey's home field

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