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In The News

By Kelsey Doherty |  7/24/13 12:50 PM

In The News


Around the League

Bayhawks’ Powell wins MLL weekly honor after season debut(BaltimoreSun.com, 7/22/2013)

“Last August, Casey Powell announced that he had retired from Major League Lacrosse. Nearly a year later, he's back -- and as dominant as ever. The attackman earned Warrior Offensive Player of the Week honors after an outstanding season debut for the Chesapeake Bayhawks in Saturday's overtime win over the Boston Cannons, Major League Lacrosse announced Monday…” (read more)

Why Doesn’t Syracuse have a Major League Lacrosse Team?(Syracuse.com, 7/18/2013)

“It can be argued that no area in the country, maybe even the world, is more synonymous with the game of lacrosse than Syracuse and Central New York. If you could measure the accolades, history and passion the sport has generated in Central New York, it would pile higher than a skyscraper…” (read more)

 The Victorious Return of Casey Powell(LaxAllStars.com, 7/19/2013)

“Much ado was made by many in the lacrosse world concerning the return of Casey Powell to Major League Lacrosse last night, and for good reason. The 37 year old superstar has been a force in pro lacrosse (both indoor and outdoor) for years, and Casey showed no signs of slowing down in his 2013 MLL debut, and return to the league, after a brief retirement…”(read more)

Powell, Ghitelman, and Schuss Earn MLL Weekly Honors(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/22/2013)

“Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, announced the weekly award winners for Week 11 of the 2013 season, which concluded on July 21. The winners are chosen every week by the League, and are based on outstanding in-game achievements. Chesapeake's Casey Powell earned Warrior Offensive Player of the Week in his first appearance of the season, while Charlotte's Adam Ghitelman collected Warrior Defensive Player of the Week. Ohio's Logan Schuss picked up Cascade Rookie of the Week…” (read more)

The Major League Lacrosse 3up and 3down for week 11 of 2013(LaxDirt.com, 7/23/2013)

“The return of the 3 up and 3 down after a hiatius for All-Star break. You know how it works, the up category is players who exceeded expectations, lived up to the hype and then some, the down are players who didn't live up to the bar they have set for themselves…”(read more)

Solid Draft Could Fix the Machine(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/23/2013)

“Not a lot of chips fell this weekend in the Major League Lacrosse playoff race. Boston’s loss to Chesapeake was the biggest result of the week, but every other game was nigh-inconsequential in the overall mural that will become the playoffs…” (read more)

MLL Playoff Scenarios: Week 12(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/22/2013)

“The Major League Lacrosse playoff push is hitting a crucial stretch, as teams have three weeks of games to earn their way into the four-team postseason.The undefeated Denver Outlaws (11-0) have clinched a playoff spot, and the Hamilton Nationals (8-3) and Chesapeake Bayhawks (7-4) can both clinch spots this week…” (read more)

How Underrated are the Nationals? (InLacrosseWeTrust.com, 7/22/2013)

“Going into the start of the 2013 MLL Season, it seemed as though the Hamilton Nationals were low on the list for critics, including myself. This was after seeing what unfolded last year as a result of most of the team being a part of the NLL. With a 4-10 record at the end of 2012, and the two leagues’ seasons overlapping, it was hard to see Hamilton coming out as a contender this season...” (read more)

Chesapeake Bayhawks 13, Boston Cannon 12

Casey Powell nets tying goal as Bayhawls beat Cannons, 13-12, in OT(BaltimoreSun.com, 7/18/2013)

“The already prodigious legacy of Casey Powell grew Thursday night in the Bayhawks' 13-12 victory over the Boston Cannons. The former four-time All-American and Major League Lacrosse's second-leading scorer all time had three goals and an assist for the Bayhawks in his first game of the season, but it took just one goal to remind fans of what they've been missing while he's been gone…”(read more)

Powell’s Virtuoso Performance Comes at Right Time(LaxMagazine.com, 7/19/2013)

“Casey Powell got the Brett Favre treatment from the Chesapeake Bayhawks.

After retiring from Major League Lacrosse as its all-time leading scorer in 2012, Powell was content to focus on his summer camp business. The Bayhawks took a flyer on the 37-year-old star anyway, selecting him in the fourth round of the MLL's supplemental draft in December…” (read more)

The Chesapeake Bayhawks beat the Boston Cannons in an overtime thriller(LaxDirt.com, 7/19/2013)

“For the second time this season the Boston Cannons and Chesapeake Bayhawks battled to a stalemate in regulation and had to find a winner in sudden death overtime. This game was action packed, back and forth down to the wire excitment, oh and Casey Powell made his return to Major League Lacrosse playing a huge part in the Bayhawks ultimate victory…” (read more)

Casey Powell and Bayhawks Take Down Cannons(LaxAllStars.com, 7/22/2013)

“The last time the Chesapeake Bayhawks faced off against the Boston Cannons, the Cannons were 0-3, with the worst season start in franchise history. That game ended in with an overtime victory for the Cannons at Harvard stadium, and would lead to a monumental turn around seeing Boston winning 4 of the next 6 games, putting them back in playoff contention…” (read more)

Denver Outlaws 12, Rattlers 9

Denver Remains Undefeated with Win Over Rattlers(LaxMagazine.com, 7/20/2013)

“The Denver Outlaws traveled to Rochester this weekend and beat the Rattlers by a score of 12-9 Saturday afternoon.  The Outlaws stay undefeated, moving to 11-0 on the season, while the Rattlers fall to 4-7.  With the win, Denver who had already clinched a playoff spot, now clinches no worse than the second seed; if Hamilton loses tonight, Denver will clinch the number one seed with still three weeks of regular season action to come…” (read more)

Denver Still Undefeated With 12-9 Win Over Rattlers(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/21/2013)

“The Denver Outlaws traveled to Rochester this weekend and beat the Rattlers by a score of 12-9 Saturday afternoon. The Outlaws stay undefeated, moving to 11-0 on the season, while the Rattlers fall to 4-7. With the win, Denver who had already clinched a playoff spot, now clinches no worse than the second seed; if Hamilton loses tonight, Denver will clinch the number one seed with still three weeks of regular season action to come…”  (read more)

The Denver Outlaws hold off a Rochester Rattlers comeback to remain undefeated in the MLL(LaxDirt.com, 7/22/2013)

“Rochester’s (4-7) 4-0 run in the second half wasn’t enough to come back against Denver (11-0) as it fell 12-9 on Sunday. Dave Lawson managed a hat trick for the Rattlers, while three Outlaws managed a multi-goal game...” (read more)

Charlotte Hounds 13, New York Lizards 11

Charlotte Hounds hang on to playoff hopes, top NY Lizards(CharlotteObserver.com, 7/20/2013)

“The Charlotte Hounds showed what they could do against an opponent in the first half of Saturday’s Major League Lacrosse game against the New York Lizards. But in the second half, the Hounds displayed the inconsistency that’s plagued them at times, forcing them to battle for a 13-11 victory against the Lizards at Memorial Stadium…” (read more)

Lizards Drops 13-11 Decision in Charlotte(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/21/2013)

“The Charlotte Hounds met the New York Lizards Saturday afternoon on ESPN2 in a matchup that held future playoff implications. Despite some last second drama, the Hounds were able to hang on for a 13-11 victory, all but ending any hope of a playoff berth for the 3-8 Lizards...” (read more)

 

 The Charlotte Hounds ride out a storm from the New York Lizards to climb back in the MLL playoff picture(LaxDirt.com, 7/22/2013)

“The Charlotte Hounds withstood a furious 2ndhalf run by the New York Lizards to stay in the playoff race on Saturday afternoon. The game was a tale of 2 halves, as the Hounds played arguably their best half of lacrosse this season in the 1sthalf as they surged to a 11-3 lead at the half…”(read more)

Hamilton Nationals 13, Ohio Machine 12

Machine falls to 1-10 after rally stifled(Dispatch.com, 7/21/2013)

“The Ohio Machine could not convert on a last-minute barrage and lost to the host Hamilton Nationals 13-12 last night in a Major League Lacrosse game in Ontario...” (read more)

Nationals win nail-biter over Ohio Machine(TheSpec.com, 7/21/2013)

“It may not be time for the Major League Lacrosse playoffs yet, but Saturday's game was just as dramatic, as the Hamilton Nationals squeaked out a narrow 13-12 win over the Ohio Machine. The victory set a Nationals record for wins in a season with eight…” (read more)

Nationals Hold Off Machine Comeback 13-12(InsideLacrosse.com, 7/21/2013)

“The Hamilton Nationals withstood a last minute barrage from the Ohio Machine and held on to win 13-12 in the YouTube Game of the Week on Saturday night.  With the win, the Nationals move to 8-3 on the season, while Ohio slips to 1-10. The Nationals were led on the night by the six-point performances of Joe Walters (3 goals, three assists) and Cody Jamieson (2 goals, 4 assists). Logan Schuss led the visitors with three goals and an assist…” (read more)

The Hamilton Nationals host the Ohio Machine this week in the MLL(LaxDirt.com, 7/22/2013)

“The Hamilton Nationals begin a two-game homestand today when they host the Ohio Machine at 7:30 p.m. The Nationals can secure a playoff berth with a win and a Charlotte and  Rochester loss. A lot needs to happen, but its good to know as a player that you're team can clinch a spot  earlier than most teams and not have to worry about a last second opportunity to make it into the playoffs with the final spot…”(read more)

The Hamilton Nations edge the Ohio Machine in a one goal contest(LaxDirt.com, 7/22/2013)

“The Hamilton Nationals narrowly got their eight win of the season, this time against the Ohio Machine, 13-12. This puts Hamilton ever closer to clinching a spot in the playoffs this season…” (read more)

 

 



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