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In The News

By MLL Communications |  5/8/13 12:00 PM

In The News


MLL in the News

If you happen to have missed out on any of this week’s action, there are plenty of places to catch up on all your MLL news. Take a look at what’s happening across the league!

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:

MLL visited Daytime TV while in Tampa See the video

St. Pete Extra! recap of the terrific night in the Tampa Bay Area (starts at 6:15)

 

AROUND THE LEAGUE:

The Major League Lacrosse 3up and 3down for week two of 2013(LaxDirt.com)

Great second week of the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season filled with action and some highlight real performances. The Denver Outlaws and Chesapeake Bayhawks stay undefeated, the Boston Cannons and Rochester Rattlers drop to 0-2, both the Hamilton Nationals and Ohio Machine make their debut and the Charlotte Hounds rebound and get their first win… (read more)

Major League Lacrosse Recap: Week 2  (LaxAllStars.com)

Three of this weekend’s games followed very similar formulas: fairly close and low-scoring in the first half, with one team pulling away in the second. In the fourth game, one team flat-out whooped up on their overwhelmed opponent, who eventually clawed back into making the final respectable…(read more)

 

WEEK 2 GAME NEWS:

 

*Charlotte vs. Rochester [15-8]

Charlotte Hounds’ big 2nd half leads to 15-8 win over Rochester Rattlers(CharlotteObserver.com)

Peet Poillon scored five goals and the Charlotte Hounds got their first win of the season, beating the Rochester Rattlers 15-8 Sunday in Major League Lacrosse. Poillon had two 2-pointers and totaled seven points... (read more)
 

Rochester Rattlers beaten by Charlotte Hounds(DemocratandChronicle.com)

The Rochester Rattlers found themselves staring at a one-goal deficit just a minute and 17 seconds into Sunday’s Major League Lacrosse game against the Charlotte Hounds.That deficit would linger all afternoon as the Rattlers never held a lead and fell 15-8 at Sahlen’s Stadium… (read more)

MLL in NCAA: Schuss Leads Buckeyes to Third Seed(InLacrosseWeTrust.com)

Ohio Machine’s 11th overall pick had a marvelous week for the Buckeyes (12-3) scoring nine points in two games in the ECAC Championship.  On Saturday, Schuss scored two goals and one assist in an 11-10 win over Denver to capture the ECAC Championship.  In the ECAC Semi Finals, the Ladner, BC native led the Buckeyes with five goals and one assist... (read more)

Poillon’s Five Goals Lead Hounds over Rochester(InsideLacrosse.com)

The Charlotte Hounds on Sunday afternoon picked up their first win of the 2013 season, beating the Rochester Rattlers 15-8 in front of 1,031 fans at Sahlen’s Stadium in Rochester, NY. Peet Poillon led the way for the Hounds, scoring five goals including two 2-pointers. The seven-point performance earned him Player of the Game honors…(read more)

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Ohio vs. Denver* [13-8]

Garber Sees silver lining in opening loss(Dispatch.com)

His players’ long faces to the contrary, coach Ted Garber gave his Ohio Machine a B-minus grade last night after a 13-8 loss to the Denver Outlaws in its Major League Lacrosse season opener…(read more)

Denver Outlaws (2-0) Dominate, Defeat Ohio Machine 13-8(LaxBuzz.com)

With the return of Outlaws’ veteran Brendan Mundorf, the Outlaws won their second straight game in 2013, 13-8, on Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio. This win brings the Outlaws to 8 straight wins in the regular season, breaking their previously held record of 7… (read more)

Outlaws Win Battle With Machine(InsideLacrosse.com)

The Ohio Machine took on the Denver Outlaws for its home opener on May 4 and suffered an upsetting loss. Among the starters were returning Machine players Chazz Woodson, Steele Stanwick, Greg Bice, Kyle Hartzell and Stefan Schroder. The Machine also welcomed new players Jeff Ledwick and J.J. Miller to the mix…(read more)

Outlaws Tied for First With Win Over Ohio(InLacrosseWeTrust.com)

The Ohio Machine opened up their 2013 season hosting the Denver Outlaws. In a hard-fought game, the Outlaws out-lasted the Machine to secure their second victory of the season with a 13-8 victory. The Outlaws, who scored twenty-one goals in week one, were held to thirteen by the Machine defense lead by returning-starting goalkeeper, Stefan Schroder. Even with the return of Brendan Mundorf, the Machine defense was able to hold the Outlaws’ power-house offense to a respectable thirteen goals…(read more)

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*Chesapeake vs. New York [9-3]

Rubeor scores 7 of Bayhawks’ 9 goals in home-opening win(BaltimoreSun.com)

Ben Rubeor plays attack for the Chesapeake Bayhawks and also serves as the high school lacrosse coach at St. Mary's in Annapolis. If he wants, Rubeor's got some interesting video to show his players this week…(read more)

Rubeor, Turner propel Chesapeake past New York(CSNBaltimore.com)

Much had been made coming into this game about New York’s new-look roster, but in the end it was Chesapeake’s veterans who made the difference leading the Bayhawks to a 9-3 win over the Lizards… (read more)

Rubeor Paces Bayhawks Over Lizards(InsideLacrosse.com)

Veteran attackman Ben Rubeor scored a career-high seven goals while goaltender Kip Turner anchored a suffocating defensive effort with 17 saves as the Chesapeake Bayhawks defeated the New York Lizards, 9-3, before a big crowd of 11,125 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium… (read more)

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Boston vs. *Hamilton [15-8]

Cannons Flop on Home Turf(BostonHerald.com)

The Cannons were blitzed out of the box in their home opener last night, absorbing a 15-8 thrashing from the Hamilton Nationals before 8,102 fans at Harvard Stadium. The Cannons dropped to 0-2 in the Major League Lacrosse standings and will host the Denver Outlaws Saturday… (read more)

With Burke Out, Cannons Need Answers(InLacrosseWeTrust.com)

Jordan Burke has a broken thumb, and that puts the Boston Cannons in a tough situation. Burke has been their starting goaltender for the past two seasons and was the MVP when they won the championship in 2011. However, he has struggled in the past few months but despite this, they need him in their net…(read more)

Crowley, Nationals Drop Cannons(InsideLacrosse.com)

Kevin Crowley had a career-high seven points to lead the Hamilton Nationals to a 15-8 victory tonight over the Boston Cannons at Harvard Stadium. The Nationals earned the second opening-night victory in their franchise history. The Nats won their only other opener on May 15, 2009, which was the first game in team history. The coach that game was Dave Huntley, who was back on the sidelines for the Nationals this evening… (read more)

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