The Toronto Rock held their free agent and rookie camp for players last weekend, but another part of the team is getting ready for the 2014 National Lacrosse League season too: The Toronto Rock cheerleaders. Check it out as the ladies put on their 2014 gear for the first time and get a behind-the-scenes look at the squad’s photo shoot for 2014.
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All you need is a smile and some dance moves. Well, there’s more to it than that. But those qualities certainly are the most visible for dance team members of National Lacrosse League squads. Which brings us to the point of these words: the dance teams of the Calgary Roughnecks, the Edmonton Rush and Vancouver Stealth are holding auditions for their various squads. If you’re interested in being part of the Drill Crew in Calgary, check out the vital information sheet for the process, which begins on Sunday. If you’re interested in being part of the Bombshells squad for the Stealth, or if you want to sing the national anthem before games, check out the vital information for that process, which begins Oct. 12. And, if you want to be a dancer with the Crush, check out the info for that process here this weekend.
The Toronto Rock Cheerleaders held their auditions Sunday for the 2014 National Lacrosse League season. And the Toronto Rock has provided video of the auditions. That’s really about all that needs to be said because we know you’d rather see the dancers than read about them, so here ya go.
It started back in early February and here we are at the end of May. That’s 15 long and teasingly playful weeks of our National Lacrosse League Girl of the Week contest. And what it’s come down to is one champion, who is to be crowned the NLL Girl of the Year by ILIndoor. So many of the matchups were intriguing with blondes squaring off against brunettes and dancers from East teams facing off against dancers from West teams. And so here, on May 21, 2013, ILIndoor presents to your NLL Girl of the Year: Jacq, of the Calgary Drill Crew. Her road to the top was eventful and we’ll retrace that road for you after the jump, along with a few new pictures of our 2013 champ. READ MORE »
What’s this? A late-week appearance for our National Lacrosse League Girl of the Year series? You betcha. And no, the voting isn’t over early. We’re checking in today to remind you that the poll remains open for the final matchup, but also to bring you some new images that might help make your mind. You can click here to cast your vote on Tuesday’s page, or you can click on the ‘read more’ tag at the end of this paragraph to take a gander at what you’re voting for. Jacq and Allie were kind enough to pass along some additional images for you browsing pleasure so after you take a moment to do just that, click on the other link and cast your vote. The poll closes Monday night and we’ll be back on Tuesday to announce the winner. READ MORE »
The 2013 National Lacrosse League season was put to bed just 3 days ago. And so, we move to do the same with ILIndoor’s National Lacrosse League Girl of the Week contest. Your votes throughout the season have been strong and plentiful, so we expect nothing less of our matchup for the final, which pits Allie of the Colorado Wild Bunch against Jacq of the Calgary Drill Crew. It wasn’t a happy ending to the season for the West Division of the NLL as the Rochester Knighthawks of the East downed the Washington Stealth on Saturday to win it all. But no matter what happens with this contest, we know the West will be a winner. READ MORE »
We’ve gotta be careful here, because the excitement is starting to bubble over. The reason for said excitement is easy enough to explain as we have our first finalist in our National Lacrosse League Girl of the Week contest. It’s Jacq of the Calgary Drill Crew, who advances to the final by virtue of a vote count of 27,811 to 10,514 for April of the Philadelphia Angels. Who Jacq faces in the final is yet to be determined, but it’ll be either Allie of the Colorado Wild Bunch or Brianna of the Buffalo Bandettes. READ MORE »
National Lacrosse League teams in Calgary, Washington, Minnesota and Rochester are preparing for semifinal games this weekend. But today, we have dance team members in Calgary and Philadelphia getting the semifinals started. Jacq of Calgary’s Drill Crew is up against April of the Philadelphia Angels. The winner of this matchup takes on either Allie of the Colorado Wild Bunch or Brianna of the Buffalo Bandettes. Brianna was our final dancer to advance from the quarterfinals as both dancers pulled in a ton of votes. But it was Brianna who outpolled Leah by a count of 19,033 to 15,375. Brianna and Allie will be back next week as we get it started today with Jacq and April. READ MORE »
We’ve seen a lot over the course of our National Lacrosse League Girl of the Week contest. Big voter turnouts, small voter turnouts. We’ve seen tight wins and then we’ve seen what we’re seeing this week: Big wins. That’s how Allie of the Colorado Wild Bunch is advancing to the semifinals of our illustrious polling event. Allie rang up 6,350 votes to 104 for Jillian of the Washington Bombshells. It’s a bit surprising considering the strength of both contestants, but like it’s said on the lacrosse floor: You can’t argue with the scoreboard. So now we move on to our final quarterfinal matchup, putting Leah of the Colorado Wild Bunch up against Brianna of the Buffalo Bandettes. READ MORE »
The polls were busy for this week’s National Lacrosse League Girl of the Week quarterfinal matchup between Philadelphia’s April and Calgary’s Michelle. And with the dust now sufficiently settled, we report to you that it’s April moving on to the semifinals. Michelle did well, but fell short with only 60,339 votes. April came in with 68,831 votes and like we said, the voting was fast and furious right up to the end. In fact, we watched more than 200 votes being cast for each contestant in the final hour before we officially closed the poll. Impressive! So on we move to our third quarterfinal set, pitting Jillian of the Washington Bombshells up against Allie of the Colorado Wild Bunch. READ MORE »