Team USA Profile: Michael Evans

March 17, 2014

Position: Defense College: Johns Hopkins University Professional: Chesapeake Bayhawks   Michael Evans worked his way to the highest levels of lacrosse and has brought a fierce determination to be one of the best in the game. Walking into Hopkins, he was a part of a class that had to replace long time starters on defense. Chris Watson, Tom Garvey, and Greg Raymond had anchored the defense for years and were…

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MLL: Cannons, Hounds, Bayhawks – Who They’ll Be in May

January 29, 2014

With MLL Draft over, teams are now in a dead period in the sport as they anticipate the beginning of training camps and await their newcomers from the recent collegiate draft. However, since the college season has officially begun and drafted players are now competing in preseason practice, they will not join their teams until some time during May. So how will each team look when their college draftees join…

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Bayhawks Acquire Peyser from Machine

The Chesapeake Bayhawks just acquired Stephen Peyser and the Ohio Machine will receive the second round draft pick of the 2015 collegiate draft and the first round pick in the Supplemental Draft. Who really won here?  Bayhawks. Peyser is a standout midfielder from John Hopkins and six-year veteran of the MLL. He has accumulated playing time in 70 games, and completed 103 goals and 18 assists. Last season, he averaged…

January 15, 2014
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MLL Draft Recap: Chesapeake Bayhawks

January 14, 2014

Alex Urquhart The defending MLL Champs really haven’t had too much to improve on in the last few years. This year’s Collegiate Draft saw the Bayhawks drafting with an eye on defense. With their first pick, a third round pick at 21st overall, the Bayhawks selected Mike Harris. Harris is currently an LSM at Syracuse and lead the Orangemen in a number of stats last season. Harris adds an element…

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Lacrosse Stories of the Year #2- Bayhawks Back to Back

Over the next nine days, we will be looking at the top nine stories of the year in lacrosse, based off of our most read and covered stories. Today is #2 with the Chesapeake Bayhawks MLL championship. Two pro lacrosse teams with the name “hawk” in their nickname earned back to back championships this season. One of those teams was the Chesapeake Bayhawks, who conquered Major League Lacrosse with a championship…

December 31, 2013
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Bayhawks 2014 Supplemental Draft Recap

With a new year, comes new teams. Chesapeake has been busy with trades prior to the Supplemental Draft. The addition of young Joe Walters is a great pick up for the Bayhawks but they lose veteran Casey Powell who helped lead the matured Chesapeake team to back to back MLL titles. Also, the front office sent John Grant Jr and Michael Simon out to Denver for attackman Brendan Mundorf. While adding…

December 20, 2013
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How Does Jovan Miller Help The Bayhawks?

December 20, 2013

Jovan Miller has returned to the MLL. After barely playing last season for the Charlotte Hounds the Chespeake Bayhawks chose to use a a seventh round pick on Miller in last Wednesday’s MLL SUpplemental Draft. Considering the squad the Bayhawks already have, Miller is worth the risk, even if he doesn’t choose to play again. In his last full season in the MLL, Miller recorded 21 points on 13 goals…

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Bayhawks Add Kyle Rubisch

Once again the popular catchphrase rings true—the rich get richer.  With the 32nd pick in the 2014 MLL Supplemental Draft, the 2012 & 2013 MLL Champion Chesapeake Bayhawks selected defenseman Kyle Rubisch. Rubisch, a Brampton, Ontario native who played collegiately at Dowling College, was the second overall selection in the 2010 NLL Entry Draft.   Despite his success in the NLL, he still has something to prove in the MLL.  Rubisch’s…

December 19, 2013
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Bayhawks Looking for Faceoff Improvement

Six different players took draws for Coach Cottle this past year, none of which were Alex Smith. Adam Rand was the go to guy for Chesapeake, winning 171-356, followed by Matt Dolente’s 4-14. Long poles Bernhardt, Simon and Ehrmann went a combined 3-11. As a team, they went 178-381 with an average of .467, tied for fifth with Charlotte. The Hounds ousted Chesapeake in the championship game at the X,…

December 3, 2013
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