Jeremy Lisch Named USLL Executive Director

-USLL Press Release-
NEW YORK, NY – The United States Lacrosse League (USLL) is pleased to announce Jeremy Lisch as the first Executive Director in league history.
The Executive Director’s duties will include exploiting the USLL as a premier professional lacrosse association while working to secure market and territory expansion, as well as develop key relationships that will serve vital to the leagues long term growth plans.
“I am excited to be working with Nick and the dedicated team at the USLL to grow the box lacrosse game in the United States” said Jeremy Lisch. “It is our goal to develop a strong, stable, and long term league with owners that believe and share in our vision.”
Jeremy joins the league after a long and successful working background within professional sports, for which he has been employed for the majority of his professional career with senior level positions in both the United Football League and Major League Soccer.
“We are thrilled to add someone of Jeremy’s caliber to the USLL team” said USLL President Nick Desrosiers. “His success in similar organizations on the rise such as MLS leaves us feeling really good about meeting our long term goals.”
Jeremy’s career has taken him across the nation, where he has spent ample time working with various start-up organizations and teams out of infancy. Currently a Director with TGI Systems out of Chicago, a stadium signage solutions company, and a graduate of Columbia University with a Masters in Sports Management and Finance, Jeremy is excited for the challenges of making the USLL a staple in todays lineup of elite sports leagues.
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