• MLL Week 9: Reeves debuts with two goals as Rattlers hold on to first place
  • Press Release: Canada finalizes roster for Worlds
  • Calgary Roughnecks: Season In Review
  • MLL: Bayhawks snuff out Blaze
  • NLL: Rush dynasty intact with third title in four years

Press Release: Machine activate Guterding, Puskldijan

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Machine have announced the activation of their 2018 MLL Draft first round pick Justin Guterding from the Collegiate Inactive List. Also returning to the Machine’s roster is faceoff specialist Greg Puskuldjian, who is activated from the IR. Guterding, an attackman out of Duke, was picked ninth overall by the Machine at this year’s MLL draft. He has been activated from the collegiate inactive list following his…

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MLL: Bayhawks shut down Machine

The Ohio Machine was effectively shut down 13-8 by the Chesapeake Bayhawks on Saturday in a game that was not close until the fourth quarter. Chesapeake had three quarters of solid play before the rain came. Ohio tried to create a different outcome as Chesapeake held a commanding 11-2 lead before Ohio started tallying goals in the fourth quarter. Chesapeake’s leading offensive player was Colin Heacock with a hat trick…

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WPLL: Brave extinguish Fire in inaugural game

The Baltimore Brave defeated the Philadelphia Fire in the inaugural game of the Women’s Professional Lacrosse League on Saturday afternoon prior to the Chesapeake Bayhawks’ game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. The Fire scored several goals late in the fourth quarter, however, they were not enough to secure the win as Baltimore scorched Philadelphia 20-12. Baltimore controlled all aspects of the game, leading 11-5 at halftime. The defense…

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NLL: Knighthawks dismantle Rush 13-8 to force game three

Currier’s four goals and Rochester’s defense force game three; San Diego wins expansion draft coin flip Saturday night the Rochester Knighthawks forced a game deciding three in the NLL Finals by defeating the Saskatchewan Rush 13-8 in front of 9,174 screaming fans at Blue Cross Arena. The eight goals scored by the Rush was the lowest output since Calgary defeated them 14-7 on April 29, 2017. Robert Church and Jeff…

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PHOTOS: Duke vs. Maryland, NCAA quarter finals

The Duke Blue Devils took down the defending NCAA champion Maryland Terrapins 13-8 on May 26th to earn the right to play for the championship, which they subsequently lost to the Yale Bulldogs. Against Maryland, Joe Robertson, Justin Guterding and Nakeie Montgomery each scored three goals, while Danny Fowler made 12 saves in goal. The Terps were led by Jared Bernhardt and Logan Wisnauskas with two goals each. Dan Morris…

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Can-Am: River Monsters destroy Native Sons 21-6

Blaze Riorden leads the charge as Rochester gets second win of season Friday night the Rochester River Monsters (2-4) defeated the Native Sons (1-4) 21-6 in Can-Am lacrosse action at Bill Grays Regional IcePlex. The River Monsters came out fast and furious in this one and ended the game quick. So quick, in fact, that the River Monsters’ seven-goal lead 12 minutes into the game could have ended it right…

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Press Release: NLL announces key dates for expansion draft

PHILADELPHIA, June 1, 2018 – The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, today announced key dates for the 2018 Expansion Draft. Key Dates : Expansion Coin Toss – June 2, 2018 2018 Expansion Draft – July 16, 2018 2018 NLL Entry Draft – Fall 2018 With San Diego and Philadelphia set to begin play in the 2018-19 season, a coin toss is…

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MLL Week 6: Hounds hold first place

Even though the focus this past weekend was on the NCAA, MLL action continued with two games. The Charlotte Hounds cemented their place as the turnaround team of the season as they held on to first place. The Dallas Rattlers remained in second place as they added to the Florida Launch’s losing streak. Florida, Ohio and Dallas, last season’s playoff teams, find themselves on the outside looking in on the…

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Vancouver Stealth Season Wrap-Up

The 2018 season is probably one the Vancouver Stealth would just as soon forget. Winning a franchise-worst two games, the Stealth struggled all year long to find any momentum. Losing three one-goal games must have added to the frustration. Injuries plagued the team all season long, with players such as Joel McCready, Tye Belanger, Chris O’Dougherty, Travis Cornwall, Justin Salt, Peter McFetridge and Cliff Smith missing time along the way….

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OLA Jr. B: Nepean gets the best of crosstown rival Gloucester

The Nepean Knights and Gloucester Griffins renewed their rivalry on Friday night, May 18th, at Earl Armstrong arena in Gloucester. The Griffins came into the game looking for their first win of the young season, but were defeated on home floor 13-11 in overtime. The Griffins drew first blood at the three minute mark but the Knights responded two minutes later to even the score. Knights’ starting goalie Denzel Moran-Weekes…

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