HALL OF FAME | Entrepreneur | Endorser | PlayeR | Coach | Lacrosse Ambassador | Dad
HALL OF FAMER
Entrepreneur | Endorser
PlayeR | Coach | Dad
Since graduating from Syracuse University, Casey Powell has spent his professional career traveling the world playing, teaching and helping to spread the game of lacrosse. He has represented several notable companies such as Reebok, Easton, Warrior, Toyota, SoBe, Brine, Bud Light, Nissan, DYG, Disney, Muscle Milk, Body By Jake and Major League Lacrosse (MLL). Casey hosted his own lacrosse radio show for Sirius XM and has done commentating for MSG network, ESPN and CBS Sports Network.
Casey is an accomplished lacrosse player and is considered to be one of the sport’s best ever. While playing for Syracuse University, he was a four time All American and two-time National Player of the Year. For 15 seasons Powell played professionally for several teams before retiring from Major League Lacrosse and Florida Launch in Boca Raton, Florida. He is one of only two players ever to be named MVP in both Major League Lacrosse (MLL) and National Lacrosse League (NLL).
He has been selected to play on four United States National teams and was captain of Team USA in 2006, 2011 and again in 2015. He was selected to the Inside Lacrosse All Century team, MLL All Decade team, North Country Sports Hall Of Fame, Upstate Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Casey is owner/director of lacrosse education leader CP Lacrosse which runs camps, clinics and tournaments nationally. He spent 5 years as head of lacrosse spring training at Disney’s Wide World of Sports and with the help of his two younger brothers launched their own brand Powell Lacrosse, which designs, manufactures and sells the world’s best lacrosse sticks. Casey is also founder of a modified version of the game called, SPEED Lacrosse™ and co-founder of The Casey Powell World Lacrosse Foundation which supports severely injured and sick lacrosse players. His Playstation/Xbox video game Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 is highly successful and Casey Powell Lacrosse 18.