Five NALL Stories to Watch in Week Three

January 18, 2013

The North American Lacrosse League season hits its third week on Saturday, and already this season we have seen plenty of storylines. There is more to watch this week, so check out what to look for. Vince Talbot in For Boston Nick Schroeder is out for Boston this week and that means it will be Vince Talbot in net for the Rockhoppers. He lost to Kentucky last season and is…

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NALL Power Rankings: Baltimore Moves Up

January 16, 2013

The North American Lacrosse League has now seen all of their teams in action, and we see just one move up in the weekly power rankings. 1. Baltimore Bombers 1-0 Baltimore looked impressive in their road win against Boston this weekend. They won the game in overtime with two of their best players after not playing a game all season, while Boston was coming off of a road victory. This…

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MLL Announces Atlanta Game

January 15, 2013

Major League Lacrosse and LB3 Lacrosse, in conjunction with the Atlanta Sports Council and Kennesaw State University, announced today that the Rochester Rattlers home game against the Boston Cannons will be played at KSU Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga., on Friday, June 7, at 8 p.m. This will be the first MLL game played in Georgia and will serve as a test for the league as it contemplates expansion. “We are…

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2013 MLL Collegiate Draft Review

January 14, 2013

It’s been a few days since Friday’s MLL Collegiate Draft and we’ve had time to digest exactly what happened. Here’s a round-by-round evaluation of the draft. Round 1 Despite not being a lock to play MLL this summer, Peter Baum – the 2012 Tewaaraton award winner – was the consensus No. 1 pick. Baum and 2012 first round pick Steele Stanwick would be a fantastic duo to build around. Hamilton…

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MLL Announces 2013 Schedule

January 14, 2013

Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier outdoor professional lacrosse league, announced today the regular season schedule for the 2013 season. “As we enter our thirteenth season, I believe this is a well balanced schedule,” said MLL Commissioner David Gross. “Each week will offer great matchups that will showcase the best talent professional lacrosse has to offer.” All of the eight teams (Boston Cannons, Charlotte Hounds, Chesapeake Bayhawks, Denver Outlaws, Hamilton…

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MLL Draft Grades: Ohio, Charlotte On Top

January 14, 2013

The Major League Lacrosse draft took place on Saturday with all eight teams making selections. Several trades took place as well throughout the night, and we are here to grade all of the moves made by the MLL clubs. Ohio Machine: A Ohio needed offense last season and after adding Steele Stanwick in last year’s draft, this year they pick up Peter Baum and all of a sudden that attack…

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NALL Three Stars: Two Stars in Baltimore

January 14, 2013

The North American Lacrosse League played their second week of action this past Saturday with both Baltimore and Kentucky picking up their first wins of the season. Several players stood out, but here are three of the best. Ginny Cappichioni- Baltimore Cappichioni was playing her first game with Baltimore and while Boston scored 16 goals in the game, she kept the Bombers in it late when Boston got a lot…

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Bombers Win Road Opener, Synowiez Scores Two

January 13, 2013

James Synowiez scored twice in Baltimore’s win over the Boston Rockhoppers last night. He spoke with us after the game about the first win of the Bombers’ season. “Playing in the first game was really exciting, even though it wasn’t a home stand for our team.” said Synowiez. “The stands were packed and the crowd was really into the game. Both teams were extremely hungry for the win. Big hits…

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Stickhorses Get First Win Against Rhode Island

January 13, 2013

The Kentucky Stickhorses picked up their first win of the season last night when they defeated the Rhode Island Kingfish at hone, 17-14. Travis Bland led the team with four goals while Mike McClellan picked up three, so both new offensive players contributed the way they were expected. Also scoring was Dave McCarthy who picked up two, and he said he made it simple for himself. “Individually I think what…

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UMass, Hofstra Class of CAA

November 28, 2012

As the season approaches these teams have some very good talent. Delware, Drexel, Hofstra, UMass, Penn State, Saint Joesphs, and Towson are the toss up teams in the division. Last season both UMass and Drexel battled for the CAA Championship. As we know, UMass was undefeated, with their stifling defense and their outstanding offense. As Drexel struggled with UMass and lost the game. Questions and concerns for this organization would be more skilled players…

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