Florida Launch attackman Dylan Molloy was named the Cascade Rookie of the Week for week 12.
Rochester Rattlers defenseman Joel White was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 12.
Atlanta Blaze attackman Mark Matthews was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 12.
The Rattlers received at least three goals from four different players en route to a 21-9 rout of the Cannons on Sunday at Capelli Sport Stadium.
Meeting for the first time since last year's MLL Championship game, the Outlaws proved triumphant once again over the Machine with a 13-11 win at Fortress Obetz on Saturday.
Following a loss to the Blaze on Thursday, New York bounced back with a 14-11 win over the Hounds on Saturday at American Legion Memorial Stadium.
After surrendering an eight-goal lead at the half, Dylan Molloy broke a 19-19 tie and the Launch beat the Bayhawks on Saturday night, 20-19.
Mark Matthews scored the go-ahead goal late in the fourth quarter to lead the Blaze to a 16-14 victory over New York at James M. Shuart Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
Playing in the first All-Star Game of his career, Myles Jones scored the game-winning goal in overtime, helping Team Stripes beat Team Stars in the 16th MLL All-Star Game, 21-20, at Papa Murphy's Park in Sacramento.
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Denver Outlaws defenseman B.J. Grill was named the Warrior Defensive Player of the Week for Week 11.
Making his New York Lizards’ debut, attackman Will Manny was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week for Week 11.
The Outlaws became the first team in MLL to score at least 20 goals in a game this season, doubling up the Blaze in a 24-12 win at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Tuesday night in the annual Fourth of July game.
Chesapeake ended a four-game loosing streak Sunday night in a 19-9 win against Rochester in Annapolis.
The Blaze outscored the Launch 14-1 after the 13-minute mark of the first quarter and won easily in Kennesaw on Saturday night, 17-4.
Making his Lizards' debut, Joe LoCascio scored a game-winning, two-point goal with under a minute left in regulation to help the Lizards upset the Ohio Machine 15-14 Thursday night at James M. Shuart Stadium.
The New York Lizards on Tuesday acquired attackman Will Manny and midfielder Joe LoCascio from the Boston Cannons in exchange for midfielders Dave Lawson and Chris LaPierre.