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PJ of Uncommon Fit sent over these images of the Tri-State Lacrosse uniforms for their run at the War at the Shore. Patrick Young, a sophomore midfielder at UMBC is pictured below modeling these beauties for us.
Look at the detail on those pockets. Quotations from the movie? Baxter?! What a masterpiece!
Updated: Now with a very Ron Burgundy-esque picture of PJ Martin and a great team pic of the Tri-State laxers.
Tri-State has been competing at the Shore for the past 20 years and is no stranger to the movie theme. They have gone with themes from Dodgeball, Talladega Nights, and Semi-Pro.
The team originates from New Jersey and is made up of a majority guys from their American Lacrosse League Team – also Tri-State. Check out their roster below, definitely some very notable names on that list.
Dave Deriso – Former AA at Drew University
Hanley Holcomb – Former AA at University of Virginia
Eric Corso – Former Curry College
Corbyn Tao – Minnesota Swarm (he brought some Native/Canadian/Box flavor to our team)
Pat Young – Current UMBC 2nd leading scorer
Anthony Terranova – 2x Captain Rutgers
Erik Stilley – Former Hopkins/Rutgers
Ben Schwing – Rutgers Senior
Sean Snodgrass – Former Denver University
Paul Werner – Gettysburg
Stefan Pappas – heading to Trinity in the spring – NJ State Scoring Leader from High School ’13
Drew Jenkins – Syracuse
Brent Kronquist – Villanova University
Brian Larkin – Former Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Matt Olbrich – heading to Delaware
Justin Tischler – Former AA Fairleigh Dickinson University
Owen Corso – 2nd All-Time Leader Ground Balls Villanova
Zach Esser – UMBC
Chris Rogers – Former Captain Hobart
PJ Martin – Former 2x captain Drew University
Jackson Patterson – heading to Colgate
Ryan Licht – Philadelphia Wings, Anaheim Storm, NJ Pride, San Francisco Dragons, Jacksonville Bullies, Irish National Team
Marc Jacobson – Former AA Denison
Matt Troy – Former AA Ithaca
This year, Tri-State ended up 2-2. They were able to lead most of every game and only fell to two semifinalists, Power Tek and finally in the playoffs to Faherty (Jordan Wolf of Duke, Matt Donovan of Cornell, and several other strong current D1 players made up that squad).
As a bonus, enjoy this trailer of Anchorman 2.