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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Voyageurs Ready for QSLL Finals

July 31, 2012

The Vermont Voyageurs defeated the Montreal Phoenix to get to the Quebec Senior Lacrosse League finals, where they will take on the Kahnawake Mohawks. “Kahnawake has a deeper roster with more experience than Montreal has.” said Chad Fairfoull, the coach of the Voyageurs. “Kahnawake also has a very creative style of offence that is more about reading the play and reacting to it.  Kahnawake will make tou pay for any…

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Vince Talbot Blog: Voyageurs in the Finals

July 30, 2012

This past Friday night the Voyageurs swept the series against a very tough and competitive team in the Montreal Phoenix. After playing a very difficult first game in Montreal with only 11 runners on a Tuesday night and managing to get away with a 13-12 win, we were back in Essex with a much deeper bench but with a bigger challenge as well. Our coach warned everyone that the swept…

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Voyageurs Sweep Series Against Phoenix, Move to QSLL Finals

July 28, 2012

The Vermont Voyageurs need just one more series win to advance to the Presidents Cup and represent the Quebec Senior Lacrosse League. Greg Rogowski scored the double overtime sudden victory game winner for Vermont as they took down the Montreal Phoenix and will now head to face the Kahnawake Mohawks in the QSLL finals. Rogowski scored four of the ten Vermont goals on the night. The Voyageurs also saw scoring…

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Vincent Talbot Blog: Playoffs for the Voyageurs

July 26, 2012

It is playoff time for the Voyageurs! Last Tuesday was the first game of the best of three semi-final series against the Montreal Phoenix.  We knew this one was going to be difficult for a couple of reasons. First of all the Phoenix is a very competitive team that won’t give you an inch. I’ve read many articles this year talking about how much they’ve improved with stronger offense and…

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Vincent Talbot Blog: Voyageurs Split the Weekend

This past weekend was a big one for our team and for the organization as a whole. First of all we hosted the Johnny Mourandian indoor lacrosse clinic on Thursday and Friday at the Essex Skating Facility. Johnny is the GM of the Philadelphia Wings as some of you may know and one of the most passionate lacrosse people I’ve ever met. On Thursday morning I’ve had the chance to…

July 11, 2012
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