ATLANTA – The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), the preeminent non-varsity league in the country, is proud to announce that its player of the week award will be once again sponsored by Warrior for the 2023 season.
The top player in each division every week of the regular season and postseason will earn “Warrior Player of the Week” honors.
The honorees will receive either a Warrior EVO QX-O (offense) or EVO QX-D (defense) – a $120 value – for his efforts along with national recognition.
“Warrior is one of the giants in the sport of lacrosse and we’re pleased that they are sponsoring our weekly award this spring,” said MCLA president Ken Lovic. “Receiving a Warrior head is a fantastic way to reward our top performances.”
In addition to the Warrior Player of the Week, there will be a Warrior Honor Roll to recognize other quality efforts in both divisions.
MCLA head coaches will submit their candidates by Monday at noon, with the recipients announced on Tuesday. Only head coaches can nominate players for the Warrior Player of the Week.
The awards will be presented weekly from late January through the 2023 MCLA National Championships presented by New Balance, which will be held from May 8-13 in Round Rock, Texas.
“Warrior is extremely proud and excited to partner with the MCLA and to reward numerous outstanding student-athletes in the spring,” said Warrior Lacrosse marketing manager Gabe O’Neil. “With outstanding lacrosse programs in every corner of the country, partnering with the MCLA was a natural fit for Warrior and we look forward to supporting the hard-working, dedicated student-athletes who make the MCLA special.”
About Warrior Sports
Headquartered in Shelby Township, Mich., Warrior Sports is recognized as one of the sporting goods industry’s premier manufacturers of innovative, high-performance, cutting-edge equipment for lacrosse and hockey athletes of all ages and abilities. Founded in 1992 by former champion lacrosse player David Morrow, Warrior was acquired by privately-held New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc., in Feb. 2004.