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The Philadelphia-based National Lacrosse League (NLL) was chartered in 1997 as a reconstitution of six teams from the Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL), which was formed in 1986, while adding two expansion teams.
MILL was founded as Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League in Mar 1986, by Russ Cline and Chris Fritz with four teams starting league play in 1987.
The reorganized NLL was officially formed Jul 21, 1997, consisting of six existing teams moved over from MILL — Baltimore Thunder, Buffalo . . .
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Key Decision Makers
Deputy Commissioner & EVP, Business Affairs
EVP, Broadcast & Content
EVP & CRO
EVP, Business Operations
VP, Lacrosse Operations
Sr. Creative Producer/Editor
Director, Finance & Analytics
Director, Digital & Marketing Strategy
Manager, Business Operations
Manager, Commercial Sales
Coordinator, Broadcast & Content
Coordinator, Team Services & Operations
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