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  • MLL: Hounds double up Bayhawks 20-10
  • NLL: Philadelphia Wings draft recap

US Lacrosse Announces U.S. Men’s National Team Roster for “Duel in Denver” Exhibition

BALTIMORE, July 20, 2012 – US Lacrosse today announced the U.S. men’s national senior team roster for the “Duel in Denver.” Team USA will face Team Canada Sept. 8, 2012, in an exhibition game at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. The game will take place at 7 p.m. Mountain time and will feature the top two lacrosse teams in the world.   The “Duel in Denver” is a…

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Junior C Lakers Advance to Round Two

After an 8-2 win at home on Wednesday evening, the Peterborough Lakers could end the Junior season for the Mimico Mountaineers. With their Junior B club already sent packing, the Junior C squad was looking to ward off elimination at home. Given the Mountaineers were 2-13-1 on the season, and facing a Lakers team with a 9-6 record, the best-of-three series was not expected to be much of a matchup….

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Outlaws Go Into Boston and Win, Could Move Into First

It was a game where Boston could move in either direction; into second, or possibly out of a playoff spot. But the Cannons could not keep up with the Denver Outlaws, and lost 17-13. Chris Bocklet opened up the scoring with a pass form Jeremy Sieverts. Brendan Mundorf would also score in that quarter, but goals from Matt Poskay and Ari Sussman kept it a tied game after one quarter….

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Position Breakdowns: Chesapeake vs. Ohio

This weekend, the last place Ohio Machine will hold host to the first place Chesapeake Bayhawks. It will be the second time these two teams meet this season. Chesapeake won the first game 23-11 which seemed to be an easy win for the Bayhawks. However, that was the beginning of the season, and this is a different Ohio team with new factors at play. Attack Chesapeake Well, we all know…

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Buffalo Bandits Officially Name Steve Dietrich GM

Editors Note- In Lacrosse We Trust broke the news last week that Steve Dietrich would be the Bandits general manager. The Bandits officially announced it today. Buffalo Bandits Director of Lacrosse Operations Scott Loffler today announced that the Bandits have hired Steve Dietrich to serve as the team’s new general manager. “We are extremely happy to add Steve to our management staff as general manager,” Loffler said. “‘Chugger’ knows what…

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Rochester Rattlers Stadium Journey

The following is a story from StadiumJourney.com. Sports fans in Rochester, New York sure have to be devoted to minor league sports – This is the home of seven different franchises playing in various minor league circuits, all competing for fans’ attention and support. And all seven teams are housed in three different venues that are all less than two miles apart from each other. The Rochester Rattlers, one of…

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Starting to Look at NLL Draft Needs

This week we have begun our look at this year’s class of NLL free agents, and obviously it impacts the upcoming draft. We have taken a look at some of the top potential draft prospects, but what teams could they end up with? The draft order is below. 1. Edmonton Rush (from Washington) 2. Minnesota Swarm (from Buffalo) 3. Buffalo Bandits (from Philadelphia via Edmonton) 4. Minnesota Swarm 5. Minnesota…

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Cannons Fight For Playoff Hopes Against Outlaws

Tonight the Boston Cannons will fight for their playoff spot against the second place Denver Outlaws. The Cannons are tied for third place with the Long Island Lizards. Long Island is technically ahead of the Cannons in the standings since they have beat Boston twice, so the Cannons are currently the last qualifying team. Boston and Denver faced off this season in May, at a time when both teams were…

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MLL Future In Portland?

They’ve seen professional lacrosse before, and fans came. Could the city of Portland, Oregon once again be home to the highest level of professional lacrosse? Its a question many in the northwest have been asking. Portland got their first taste of professional lacrosse in 2005 when the Lumberjax of the NLL came to town. Attendance wise, the team did not do terribly. In their four seasons they averaged between 7,000…

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2013 NLL Free Agents: Philadelphia Wings

The Philadelphia Wings are coming off of their best season since 2009, yet it is being looked at as a disappointment after their first round exit to the Rochester Knighthawks. Most of their star players, Dan Dawson, Brodie Merrill and Kevin Crowley, are locked up, but some secondary guys are on the market. Brandon Miller- The Wings have to keep Miller. Anthony Cosmo could be an intriguing free agent goalie…

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