By Lopa Rahman | 7/4/13 10:42 PM
The Denver Outlaws' Mile High Fourth of July was a night of breaking records.
With their 16-7 win against the New York Lizards, the Outlaws became the first team in Major League Lacrosse to open a season with 10 wins, and their attendance of 31,019 is the highest in league history. The Outlaws set the previous outdoor professional lacrosse attendance record, boasting 30,128 fans at their 2012 Fourth of July game.
"[Breaking the attendance record] was great," Outlaws Head Coach Jim Stagnitta said. "It was a good experience for our young guys to be in front of all those people and to be in this atmosphere. It's one of the best atmospheres you're going to find in lacrosse."
Read the rest of the story here on the Outlaws Lowdown Blog.
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