• World Lax: Canada dominates Scotland 22-3
  • MLL: Bayhawks defeat Lizards 16-13
  • World Lax: Jet-lagged Iroquois defeated by USA
  • MLL: Denver dominates during Mile High Fourth of July
  • MLL All-Star Game: Team USA still has work to do before World’s

World Lax: Cockerton presented with Lifetime Achievement award

NETANYA, ISRAEL – In a special presentation at half-time of the Canada vs. USA preliminary game at Wingate Sport Institute, the Federation of International Lacrosse presented its highest honor, the FIL Lifetime Achievement Award, to Stan Cockerton of Canada. The FIL Lifetime Achievement is awarded by the FIL Board of Directors to an individual who has made significant contributions to the Federation’s activities and the overall promotion and improvement of the sport…

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World Lax: A hopping good game for USA

Team USA soundly defeated Team Australia by a score of 19-1 on Saturday in blue group action at the World Field Lacrosse Championships. Leading the way for Team USA was Jordan Wolf with three goals and two assists. Ryan Brown, Marcus Holman and Tom Schreiber all had hat tricks for the USA, who led 12-0 by halftime. “We were looking to be a little more aggressive from the start,” said…

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World Lax: Canada dominates Scotland 22-3

Team Canada moved to 2-0 at the World Field Lacrosse Championships after a 22-3 win over Team Scotland on Saturday in blue group play. Canada dominated the first three quarters of play, building a 17-0 lead. Scotland had a strong fourth, scoring three times as they began to look ahead to an easier test against England on Sunday. Curtis Dickson and Mark Cockerton led Canada with four goals each while…

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MLL: Bayhawks defeat Lizards 16-13

Heacock, Jones Lewnes record hat-tricks in Bayhawks victory. This past Saturday, July 7th, the Chesapeake Bayhawks (8-2) defeated the New York Lizards (5-6) 16-13 to move within a half game of first place Dallas. This was the second game in five days for the Bayhawks as they defeated Boston 15-8 on July 2. Colin Heacock, Myles Jones and Nathan Lewnes all recorded hat tricks in the win. Lewnes was filling…

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World Lax: Canada opens with win over England

NETANYA, ISRAEL – Canada kicked off the 2018 FIL Men’s Lacrosse World Championship in Netanya, Israel with a 12-6 win over England on Friday night, marking the first step towards claiming a second consecutive gold medal. Jeff Teat (3g, 2a) and Mark Matthews (1g, 4a) paced the offense with five points each under the lights at the Wingate Institute, Israel’s national sport centre. Curtis Dickson (3g, 1a) added four points…

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World Lax: Jet-lagged Iroquois defeated by USA

JULY 12 – A tale of two halves would be the best description of Thursday’s Iroquois-USA matchup. Team Iroquois lost to Team USA by a score of 17-9 after flying in that same day. Team Iroquois, plagued by passport issues, flew the 11-hour flight to come into Israel only to be soundly defeated by Team USA. The Iroquois missed the 2010 tournament in England due to issues with their Haudenosaunee…

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MLL Week 12: Dallas first to clinch playoff spot

Boston 11 @ Denver 25 Last week’s action kicked off with Denver’s Fourth of July game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. The Outlaws wasted no time as they established a 6-3 lead at the end of the first quarter. Denver increased the lead to 11-4 in the second as Boston’s offense sputtered and only tallied one goal. The onslaught continued after the half as the Outlaws extended…

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MLL Week 11: Lots of action before attention turns to World’s

With the FIL Men’s World Championship about to commence in Israel, and the World Series of Youth Lacrosse imminent, many tend to forget that there is incredible lacrosse occurring in the MLL regular season. The MLL All-Stars defeated Team USA in overtime as many players made statements with their performances. The action continued after the All-Star Game as Ohio continued to struggle and Charlotte has been sliding the wrong way…

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WLA: Salmonbellies sink Lakers in OT

The New Westminster Salmonbelllies took over top spot in the Western Lacrosse Association on Friday after a 17-16 win over the Burnaby Lakers at Bill Copeland Sports Centre. The Salmonbellies outscored the Lakers 2-1 in the overtime period, forced after Joel Matthews tied the game at 15 with 1:12 left to play. Austin Jerhoff scored the winning goal at 4:20 of overtime. Eli McLaughlin scored with an extra attacker to…

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MLL: Denver dominates during Mile High Fourth of July

The Denver Outlaws put up a big score in front of a big crowd on Wednesday night as they defeated the Boston Cannons 26-11 during their annual Mile High Fourth of July celebration. The crowd of 29,973 fans is the fourth largest in Major League Lacrosse history. The game marked the first time the Outlaws have defeated the Cannons during their Mile High Fourth. Boston was victorious in four previous…

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