Men's Lacrosse

Terry Kimener Engages in Player Movement

Boston, MA (September 9, 2016) - Veteran midfielder Terry Kimener has filed for the   Player Movement Policy. In doing so, he has declared his intent to seek opportunities with MLL teams.   

Kimener played in five games for the Charlotte Hounds during the 2016 season before being waived in June. He added two goals and five groundballs. Kimener is a veteran in the League and has been playing since 2008 when he started with the Chicago Machine. In his 89 MLL games, he has added 86 goals, two two-pointers, and 67 assists. 

Players have until December 7 to reach an agreement on a new League contract with another MLL team. If at that point Kimener has not signed a new League contract, he will remain in the Player Pool.  

Due to the fact Kimener was not on a team roster at the end of the 2016 Season, a team will not receive compensation in the form of draft picks for adding Kimener to their roster. Kimener joins Brent Adams, Adam Fullerton, John Grant Jr., and Craig Bunker in the Player Movement.