Longstreth Sporting Goods and the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) formed a partnership with and announced the launch of an exclusive online store for WPLL apparel.
The store will be hosted on longstreth.com.
Former UWLX commissioner Michele DeJuliis announced the launch of the WPLL on June 1, and will act as the league’s founder and CEO. DeJuliis has since appointed Jen Adams as the league’s first-ever commissioner. The WPLL will boast five teams in its inaugural summer 2018 season: Baltimore Brave, New England Command, New York Fight, Philadelphia Fire and Upstate Pride.
The league will also include a development program to train future professional players. The WPLL is committed to both advancing the sport of women’s lacrosse through providing athletes with professional opportunities.
Both organizations share common goals and commitment to supporting and growing the game of women’s lacrosse. Founded and managed by players for players, Longstreth is dedicated to bringing the best products and services to the women’s lacrosse athlete at any level.
Longstreth will host an online store for the exclusive official WPLL branded apparel.
“We are proud to partner with the WPLL to be their exclusive online retailer,” stated Sue Guiliano, apparel manager, Longstreth Sporting Goods. “Longstreth and the WPLL have a common goal of supporting women’s lacrosse and growing the game for players at every age and level.”
“We are excited and thankful to partner with Longstreth as we launch the WPLL,” said Michele DeJuliis, founder and CEO. “Dave and his team share our same vision when it comes to growing the game and providing opportunities for women and girls in our sport. We know they have a true passion for women’s sports and are dedicated to providing our players and fans of all ages with the best products and apparel.”
Located approximately 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, PA, Longstreth supplies uniforms, equipment, footwear, and training gear for female athletes across the U.S.