Ryan Boyle currently serves as the analyst for NBC Sports’ coverage of the Premier Lacrosse League, entering its inaugural season. Boyle, a four-time All-American attackman from Princeton University, brings an unmatched lacrosse IQ to the broadcast booth. Boyle helped lead the Tigers to the 2001 NCAA National Championship, as well as four consecutive Ivy League titles. He ranks third all-time in Princeton history with 232 career points (70 goals, 162 assists). As a professional, Boyle played 11 seasons in Major League Lacrosse (MLL). He retired in 2014 as the league’s all-time leader in assists (272), and ranked third in points with 449. He was also part of four championships throughout his MLL career.
In 2015, Boyle had his number 14 retired by the Boston Cannons, becoming the first MLL player to ever receive that honor. Representing his country, he also helped men’s lacrosse Team USA capture gold medals in the 2002 and 2010 World Lacrosse Championship. Additionally, Boyle played several seasons on the National Lacrosse League (NLL) indoor circuit.