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Major League Lacrosse

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  • Ups, downs make for rewarding run with Rubeor at helm of Saints

    Ups, downs make for rewarding run with Rubeor at helm of Saints
    Prior to the season, St. Mary's boys lacrosse coach Ben Rubeor said his team would go as far as the 20 seniors would take it. While there were a few bumps along the way, which is excusable since the Saints play in the extremely competitive Maryland...
  • Ex-Gilman star Holman scores six goals Saturday night in MLL All-Star Game

    Ex-Gilman star Holman scores six goals Saturday night in MLL All-Star Game
    Ohio Machine attackman Marcus Holman (Gilman) had a game-high six goals and nine points, while Denver Outlaws goalie Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville) made a game-high 46 saves Saturday night in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game. The...
  • Offense awakens in Bayhawks' victory

    Offense awakens in Bayhawks' victory
    The Chesapeake Bayhawks received some encouraging news prior to Saturday night's game against the Denver Outlaws. First it was learned that standout midfielder Kevin Crowley had arrived in Annapolis after taking a redeye flight from Edmonton, where he...
  • Cottle searching for answers to Chesapeake slump

    Dave Cottle is a man in search of answers. As president and head coach, Cottle presides completely over the Chesapeake Bayhawks – charged with acquiring the personnel and deciding how it will be utilized on the field. So far this season things...
  • Nova grad a shooting star with Bayhawks

    Nova grad a shooting star with Bayhawks
    A wise coach once said that luck is when preparation meets opportunity. Jack Rice received his opportunity at the beginning of this season because the Chesapeake Bayhawks were short of attackmen. The second-year professional was prepared to make the...
  • Five Bayhawks selected for All-Star game

    The struggling Chesapeake Bayhawks received some good news on Tuesday when five of their players were selected to participate in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star game, being held June 13 at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas. Chosen to represent...
  • Rattlers' fourth-quarter surge seals victory over Bayhawks

    Rattlers' fourth-quarter surge seals victory over Bayhawks
    For 47 minutes on Saturday night, the Chesapeake Bayhawks had an answer for the Rochester Rattlers. But, Jeremy Boltus’ goal with a little more than 12 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter gave the Rattlers a one-goal lead they never...
  • Bayhawks drop to 3-3, upended in Denver

    Bayhawks drop to 3-3, upended in Denver
    DENVER, Colo. — The short-handed Chesapeake Bayhawks suffered a 17-10 road loss to the Denver Outlaws on Saturday night at Sports Authority Field. It was a showdown for second place in Major League Lacrosse and Chesapeake (3-3) was without several...
  • Denver tops Terps as goalie leads way for Pioneers

    Denver tops Terps as goalie leads way for Pioneers
    PHILADELPHIA — Eight goalies were selected as Division I All-Americans this season. Denver keeper Ryan LaPlante was not among them, which seems a bit hard to believe considering his performance in Monday's Division I national championship game....
  • Riverdale's Frances Tiafoe, 17, loses in straight sets in first round of French Open

    Riverdale's Frances Tiafoe, 17, loses in straight sets in first round of French Open
    As the first 17-year-old American man in the French Open since Michael Chang won the 1989 title, Frances Tiafoe learned a valuable lesson from a straight-set loss in his Grand Slam debut. "I need," Tiafoe said with a chuckle, "to get a lot better."...
  • Voelker, Geppi-Aikens, 7 others elected to Hall of Fame

    Voelker, Geppi-Aikens, 7 others elected to Hall of Fame
    Diane Geppi-Aikens, the late women's lacrosse coach at what was then Loyola College, and former Johns Hopkins men's player Brian Voelker were among nine people elected to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame this week, US Lacrosse announced. The other...