Black Wolves Trade Andrew Suitor to Knighthawks for Derek Searle

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August 15, 2016

The New England Black Wolves have, for the second straight offseason, been the most active team in free agency and trades. With the signings of Jay Thorimbert and Chad Culp, and the contract of Shawn Evans on the books from a trade last fall, the team may have had to shed some off of their cap. If so, they did that move in the form of trading defender Andrew Suitor…

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Black Wolves Signing of Culp, Thorimbert, Take From Buffalo Again

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August 8, 2016

The New England Black Wolves are heading into just their third season of play since moving to Philadelphia. Already, the young team has seen a worst-to-first turnaround, the acquisition of a former league MVP, and a playoff run. In the brief history of the club, however, has also been an odd trend. While during their tenure as the Philadelphia Wings, the franchise was not one to sign big name free…

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Bayhawks Begin Myles Jones Era in Boston

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June 23, 2016

It is the biggest trade in MLL since the deal that sent Paul Rabil to New York.  It took the lacrosse world by storm, with analysts providing all sorts of different takes.  And now, finally, Myles Jones can just play lacrosse.  When Chesapeake travels to Harvard Stadium to take on the Boston Cannons, it will be the first time for Myles Jones in a Chesapeake jersey.  The Bayhawks enter the…

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Lizards Get Past Cannons in OT Again

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June 20, 2016

For the second meeting in a row between the New York Lizards and Boston Cannons, the game went in overtime to determine a winner. And for the second time in a row, it was Lizards scoring the crucial overtime goal that gave them a 13-12 victory over the Cannons. The play of both teams in the first quarter indicated to fans this was going to be another close game in…

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Boston Cannons Travel to Defending Champs

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June 18, 2016

The Boston Cannons are on the outside of the playoff picture and look to rebound after last week’s loss to the Charlotte Hounds in New York this weekend. The defending champion Lizards are looking to stay atop the league standings, with only one loss this season. Statistically, neither team has a decided advantage over the other. Currently the Lizards have a plus 4 scoring differential. The Cannons are -4 in…

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Michigan’s Kyle Jackson First Varsity Player to Go Pro

The University of Michigan men's lacrosse team defeats Colgate, 9-8, at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Feb. 14, 2016.
June 16, 2016

The Boston Cannons have added former Michigan attackman, Kyle Jackson in this week’s College Waiver Draft. Jackson had a breakout season for the Wolverines this past season scoring 29 goals in just the nine games he played in. He also notched seven assists bringing his points total for 2016 to 36. He missed four games during his senior season due to injury, disallowing him from being included in statistical categories….

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Hounds Get Back on Track With Win in Boston

CHARLOTTE, NC - JUNE 05:  Brendan Fowler #3 of the Charlotte Hounds wins a face-off against Greg Puskuldjian #94 of the Ohio Machine during their game at American Legion Memorial Stadium on June 5, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ohio won 14-12.  (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
June 12, 2016

Boston, Massachusetts – There were fireworks from the start and Charlotte came away with the victory over Boston, 17-14. With the win, the victorious Hounds head back to North Carolina breaking their three game losing streak. Boston midfielder Josh Hawkins boxed out his counterpart, which enabled a fast break, and second ten seconds into contest. The visiting Hounds were able to answer on their first possession as Mike Chanenchuk would…

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NCAA Lacrosse Final Four: Heacock’s OT Goal Sends Maryland to Championship

PHILADELPHIA, PA - MAY 28: Colin Heacock #2 of the Maryland Terrapins is mobbed by teammates after his game winning goal in overtime for a 15-14 win over the Brown Bears during a semi final match in the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship at Lincoln Financial Field on May 28, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
May 29, 2016

With 115 degree heat down on the field and over 33,000 in attendance, the Maryland Terrapins ended the miraculous Brown Bears’ season thanks to Colin Heacocks overtime goal. Maryland started out hot, going up 4-1 midway through the first quarter with goals from Heacock, Isaiah Davis-Allens beautiful step down shot, Matt Rambo’s only goal of the day and Dylan Maltz’s first. Brown answered with four straight goals to take a…

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NCAA Lacrosse Final Four: Maryland and Brown to Battle

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May 27, 2016

What a season it has been for NCAA Men’s Lacrosse with heart breaks in Conference Championship games and upsets in the national tournament. It all comes down to this weekend at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia where the Division 1 Final Four and Championship games will take place, alongside the Division 2 & 3 Championship games. On Saturday, lacrosse fans will get to see two teams battle it out for…

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Brown Knocks Off Navy Despite No Molloy

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May 23, 2016

Providence, Rhode Island – Navy and Brown went down to the wire in the second quarterfinal at Brown Stadium. Brown’s defense had to withstand a furious comeback to continue onto the Final Four in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania next weekend. Coach Lars Tiffany and his Brown Bears take the 11-10 and move into the national semifinal. After a turnover in transition giving the ball to Navy, T.J Hanzsche would open the scoring….

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