Lizards Stun Cannons in OT To Head to Finals

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August 2, 2015

The last time the New York Lizards reached the MLL Championship was 2010 when they lost 13-9 to rival Chesapeake Bayhawks. Now the Lizards find themselves in the Championship game once again, this time against in-state rival Rochester Rattlers, but it certainly wasn’t easy as they had to defeat the Boston Cannons in overtime 16-15 to get to this point. The Cannons wanted to come out of gates strong, and…


Black Wolves Re-Sign Kevin Buchanan, Ryan Hotaling

August 1, 2015

  The New England Black Wolves retained two of their restricted free agents this week when they re-signed Kevin Buchanan and Ryan Hotaling to one year contracts. The Black Wolves, who missed the playoffs in 2015, will start with a far different roster than they began with last year. With Andrew Suitor and Garrett Billings to build around, Hotaling and Buchanan are both important pieces as a part of that…


Machine Secure Second Seed With Boston Win

July 26, 2015

After defeating Boston (8-6) for the second time in three weeks, Ohio (9-5) will ride a three game winning streak into the playoffs as the Machine beat the Cannons 17-16 on Saturday night in front of 2,731 fans at Selby Stadium in Delaware, Ohio. Five goals from five different Ohio players put the Machine up 5-3 after 15 minutes of play. Ohio’s Marcus Holman, along with Boston’s Joe Nardella and…


Cannons and Machine Duke it Out for Home Field

July 25, 2015

Playoff teams are locked in, and the Cannons and Machine will battle for home-field advantage this Saturday. Boston is coming off an overtime thriller at Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium last Thursday, as Max Seibald’s game-winner catapulted the Cannons into the playoffs. With New York securing the top seed, spots 2-4 are for the taking. The Cannons currently sit tied for second place at 8-5. To secure a home game the…


What The Black Wolves Need To Do To Become Contenders

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July 23, 2015

The New England Black Wolves finished the 2015 campaign with a league-worst 4-14 record. They won their first two games, meaning they went a horrible 2-14 after the quick start. Their last win of the season came on Apr 4 when they squeaked past the Buffalo Bandits 12-11 and then they wrapped up the season with six straight losses. Needless to say, the team has some things to work on…


Will Manny: Ambassador of the Game

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July 16, 2015

Will Manny couldn’t get away from lacrosse. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts in May of 2013, he began a full-time job with Bank of America in Boston. Even though he was still playing the sport he loves with the Boston Cannons, something was missing. “Within six months or so, I wasn’t comfortable,” said Manny. “It’s not that I didn’t like working in finance. I loved learning, but I…


Cannons Locked in Playoff Race

July 13, 2015

The Boston Cannons were rebuilding. They traded the best player in the world. A top defenseman retired. They traded another. They lost two MLL legends to retirement. And they are competing for the final playoff spot in Major League Lacrosse. After losing to the Ohio Machine on Saturday, the Cannons had a three game winning streak snapped. Ohio clinched a playoff seed, and so did the Rochester Rattlers with their…


Machine Offense Downs Cannons

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July 12, 2015

On the strength of six points from Peter Baum and Steele Stanwick, as well as a plethora of other contributors, Ohio (7-5) ousted Boston (7-5) by a score of 19-12 on Saturday night in front of 6,813 fans at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The Machine were down 4-1 after 15 minutes of play, but they dominated the second quarter, outscoring the Cannons 8-0 to take a five goal lead…


QSLL Power Rankings: Axemen On Fire

July 9, 2015

1.     Capital Axemen had a huge 17-4 victory Saturday over the Mohawks. This gives the Axemen a 12-1 record as they stay in first and should be getting the top seed come playoff time. Alex Kedoh Hill helped play a big part in getting his team the win with (4G, 3A). Raj Wasson had four assists and Tim Bergin had three of his own upping his season point total…


NCAA Team Reviews: Harvard Crimson

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July 6, 2015

For the better part of four months, many of us watched some exciting college lacrosse, whether it was on TV, online, or in person.  There were good games, which included all of Championship Weekend, and there were bad games, such as low scoring affairs and of course, the horrendous winter weather.  I take a look back at all 69 Division I teams and how they fared this season and what…