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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NCAA: Duke and Notre Dame Face Off, Loyola Opens Up

February 16, 2013

Games galore on the Saturday schedule today around Divisions one, two and three, we have some of the best ones below. Division One UMBC Retrievers vs Robert Morris Colonials The Colonials are coming off of a loss last week against Bellarmine and now face UMBC in their opener. Last season the Retriever defense struggled, they are going to need to step it up to keep the Colonials under ten goals….

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Bayhawks Looking to Build Lacrosse Only Stadium

February 13, 2013

We’ve heard the rumors for years of the Chesapeake Bayhawks building a lacrosse centric stadium. A story in the Washington Examiner yesterday took a look at the Hawks deciding the move their 22,000 seat proposal down to 13,000-14,000 seats. The proposed complex would be in Bowie and include ten other fields for youth and other leagues and would be just south of Baltimore Orioles’ affiliate Bowie Bay Sox stadium. The…

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NCAA: Maryland Faces Mount Saint Mary’s

February 12, 2013

Last year’s bid to the tournament was not good enough for coach John Tillman. Tillman had watched his team struggled with regular season play, but played good enough to get into the tournament.  This year will be different. Maryland has talent all over the field; they had brought in more experience and more depth to add to the offensive style that they have always played. Last year, the Terrapins led…

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Hopkins Gets First Win Over Siena; High Point Gets First Ever Win

February 10, 2013

John Hopkins controlled Siena through out the course of the game; midway through the third quarter, Hopkins scored 4 goals in a span of 3 minutes to secure their lead. Give credit to Siena, in the first half, they had figured out how to stop the Hopkins scoring attack. They did this by slowing up the pace of the game. Siena did not let Hopkins gets into their offensive strategy….

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NCAA: Fairfield, Stony Brook Open Saturday

February 8, 2013

Stony Brook The Good: Stony Brook is 5-2 all-time against Fairfield. Sophomore Mike Rooney led the team with 34 goals and 47 points last year, earning America East Rookie of the Year. Rooney also led the team last year with three goals in Stony Brook’s season opener vs. Fairlfield last year. The Bad: Despite a bid into the NCAA Tournament and a loss to Hopkins, Stony Brook will have to…

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Synowiez Traded to Rhode Island; Otto Signs As Well

February 8, 2013

The Baltimore Bombers and Rhode Island Kingfish got busy on Thursday afternoon, making a trade and a few more transactions. In what can be said to be the first trade in North American Lacrosse League history, the Bombers sent James Synowiez to the Kingfish for a fifth round draft pick next season. Synowiez has two goals so far this season with Baltimore, who play Rhode Island on Saturday night. Meanwhile,…

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NCAA: Delaware Wins Opner, Siena Faces Hopkins

February 6, 2013

Delaware had a roller coaster season last year and left spectators only guessing what will their next move would consist of.  This year started in a good direction.  Delaware had beat new comer High Point 12-10. This season opener should have not been a surprise for fans. The blue Hens have been consistent with season openers; winning 11 straight openers. This win was a team effort.  Eric Smith, Nick Diachenko,…

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Stickhorses Salvage Weekend, Defeat Bombers 11-10 in OT

February 4, 2013

The Kentucky Stickhorses split the weekend with the Baltimore Bombers with an 11-10 overtime win yesterday afternoon. Kentucky had fallen to the Bombers on Friday night 17-14. Kentucky was led by three point performances from Travis Bland, Jesse Guerin and Brandon Dube. Chazz Woodson also scored his first goal as a Stickhorse, and Spencer Lyons made 41 saves in net. Dewey Porter scored the biggest goal on the night with…

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