NALL Power Rankings: The Boston Show

February 21, 2013

The Boston Rockhoppers are dominating the NALL as they have clinched a playoff spot, but now they are out of action this week along with Rhode Island. However, after their win last week Boston remains at the top. 1. Boston Rockhoppers 5-1 Hard not to have a 5-1 team at the top, especially after they destroyed Baltimore on the road twice now. The Rockhopers have a perfect offense that doesn’t…

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NALL Three Stars: Boston All Three

February 20, 2013

It’s tough to rank three players when there is one game all week and that game is dominated by just one team. Therefore, every star this week is on Boston. Sorry, Baltimore. Mike Stone, Boston Rockhoppers Mike Stone had seven goals. Seven goals. That is the best single game performance in the history of the NALL, one goal better than Matt Hickman’s six goals two weeks ago for Baltimore. To…

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Talbot Blog: Rockhoppers Keep Rolling

February 19, 2013

I like playing at the Du Burns arena in Baltimore. Even though it has a lot of weird little annoying things like the blinding windows and the awful locker room layout, it also has a lot going for it. The turf is one of the best in the league, the fans show up to games and seem to know about lacrosse and, most importantly, we are 2-0 in the building…

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Rockhoppers Dominant Again With 18-9 Win

February 18, 2013

The Baltimore Bombers are currently a .500 team now at 3-3 on the season and two games back of the now 5-1 Boston Rockhoppers, who defeated Baltimore 18-9 on Sunday afternoon. Boston was led by a seven goal performance from Mike Stone and another performance in net from Vincent Talbot that held an opponent under ten goals. Baltimore meanwhile struggled in every area of the game in what looked like…

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NALL: Bombers Look for Revenge on Rockhoppers

February 17, 2013

The Baltimore Bombers split last weekend in Kentucky, their last game being a loss in overtime, and today they face their new rivals the Boston Rockhoppers. In their last meeting, Boston defeated Baltimore 20-9 in a blowout. Baltimore was without several players who should be back this week, and they face Vince Talbot in net after Nick Schroeder, Boston’s starter at the beginning of the season, was released this week….

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Lizards Bring Back Berger, Briggs to Boston and Young to Charlotte

February 15, 2013

Sources have confirmed to In Lacrosse We Trust earlier reports of a three way trade with the New York Lizards, Boston Cannons and Charlotte Hounds. The Lizards are bringing back Stephen Berger who they had sent to Charlotte before last season, the Hounds’ first season in the league. In return for the Hounds, they get Ryan Young and a second round pick while Boston gets former Virginia star Colin Briggs….

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Rockhoppers Have Week Off, Face Bombers

February 14, 2013

The Boston Rockhoppers face the Baltimore Bombers this weekend as the Bombers look to avenge their blowout loss to Boston a few weeks ago. Martin Bowes says they just need to play the same way to beat Baltimore. “To beat Baltimore this upcoming weekend we’ve just got to keep doing what we’ve been doing. Using our athleticism to run on teams, great goaltending, and face off play have been some…

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UMass-Lowell to Add Lacrosse Program

February 14, 2013

Yesterday, the UMass-Lowell Riverhawks announced they would be going division one in all sports (they only had division one hockey). Today, they announced they would be adding men’s and women’s lacrosse to their program, also in division one. They will be joining the America East Conference. They will have lacrosse for the 2014-2015 season, and are officially a division one school for 2013-2014. UMass-Lowell will be the 68th division one…

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NCAA Review: UMass, Duke, High Point Get Wins

February 12, 2013

The first weekend of NCAA Men’s lacrosse is in the books, providing both thrillers and blow outs. We saw a lot of firsts with High Point getting their first win in program history and Bryant taking Colgate into overtime.  It was an exciting weekend of lacrosse at every division. In division 1 contests, High Point University, the new kid on the block, went 1-2 overall. First losing to Delaware 12-10…

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