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2019 Albany Power - RPI Summer Shootout

July 19 - 21 / RPI Campus / Rensselaer NY
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Divisions - U13, U15, U18

2019 Finger Lakes Lacrosse Tournaments - Second Weekend- Boys

July 20 / Everest Park / Auburn NY
Club/School/Town Teams, Grades: 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, & 7/8

2019 Shootout for Soldiers

July 20 - 21 / Canandaigua Academy / Canandaigua NY
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2019 King of the Hill

July 21 / Jamesville-DeWitt HS / 6845 Edinger Dr, Syracuse, NY 13214
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Boys and Girls - 1st/2nd Grade, 3rd/4th Grade, 5th/6th Grade, 7th/8th Grade

2019 CNY Shooting Stars Festival

July 25 & 26 / CNS High School / Cicero NY
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Thursday, July 25 - Girls

Friday, July 26 - Boys

2019 Ed Van Tine Memorial Tournament

July 27 - 28 / Town of Hamburg Revreational Facility / Hamburg NY
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Grad Year: 2020 = Varsity
Grad Year: 2021/2022= JV
Grad Year 2023/2024 = Modified
Grad Year 2025/2026= 5 & 6 grades
Grad Year 2027/2028 - 3 & 4 grades
Grad Year 2029/2030 = 1 & 2 grades
Instructional/ Grad Year 2031 = Current Grade K & 1st year players through grade 2 (Grad Year 2029)

2019 Wildcat Pepper Tournament

July 27 - 28 / West Genesee High School / Camillus NY
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Saturday - JV and Varsity

Sunday - 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

2019 Northstar Girls Invitational

July 29 - August 1 / Lake Placid

2019 Erie Canal Lax Festival

August 3-4 / Town of Sweden Park / Brockport NY
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2019 John Pepper Wildcat Invitational Tournament

August 3 / West Genesee High School / Camillus NY

2019 John Pepper Memorial Lacrosse Tournament

August 4 / West Genesee High School / Camillus NY

2019 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic

August 5 - August 11/ Lake Placid, NY

2019 Lake Placid Summit Sevens Tournament (Girls)

August 7 - 8 / Lake Placid, NY
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Divisions: Boys 2018-21, Girls 2018-21, Girls 2022-23 Girls Divisions

2019 Finger Lakes Lacrosse Tournaments - Third Weekend - Girls

September 29 / Everest Park / Auburn NY
Club/School Teams, Grades: 3/4, 5/6, & 7/8

2019 Finger Lakes Lacrosse Tournaments - Fourth Weekend - Boys

October 5 / Everest Park / Auburn NY
Club/School/Town Teams, Grades: 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, & 7/8

2019 Liverpool Laxtoberfest - Girls

October 6 / Liverpool High School Complex / Liverpool NY
High School, Varsity (2020,2021, & 2022) , Junior Varsity (2022,2023), Modified (2023,2024)

2019 Goblin Games - Girls

October 20 / Ithaca High School / Ithaca NY
1/2 grades, 3/4 grades, 5/6 grades

2019 Finger Lakes Lacrosse Tournaments - Fifth Weekend - Girls

October 26 / Everest Park / Auburn NY
Club/School Teams, Grades: Varsity & JV Teams Only

2019 Goblin Games - Girls

October 26 - 27 / Ithaca High School / Ithaca NY
October 26 - Modified
October 27 - JV, Varsity

2019 Turkeyshoot Boys Lacrosse Tournament

November 2-3 and 9-10 / Tully High School / Tully NY
Saturday, November 2nd - 1st/2nd grade, 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, 7th/8th grade
November 3rd - JV and Varsity - Sunday

Saturday, November 9th - 1st/2nd grade, 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, 7th/8th grade
Sunday, November 10th - JV and Varsity

from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Although I can’t admit that I planned it this way, I realized last night that, in just the past five weeks, I have participated in at least five different lacrosse tournaments.

No big deal, right? I can hear you parents out there saying, “Welcome to my world,” or maybe, “Five? Pah! That’s nothing!”

from the John Pepper Tournaments
Since 2002 the John Pepper Lacrosse Tournament has brought the finest lacrosse to Camillus and the West Genesee High School complex. This years tournament will take place at West Genesee High School on Saturday, August 3rd and Sunday August 4th.

from the Buffalo News
Several nonprofits – fueled by the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation – joined forces to create the lending program, which allows children with a library card to borrow a duffel bag stuffed with either youth-sized soccer or lacrosse equipment. Each of the 40 bags, split evenly between the sports, also includes cones to set up games.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
There were hockey-style faceoffs, goalies calming down celebrations to jump start clears, long-pole goals and even a pair of tallies from goalie Blaze Riorden, reminding fans he plays the field as an indoor player.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
1. Paul Rabil’s around the world dime

I heard this pass was No. 2 on SportsCenter Top 10. I’m not sure what the No. 1 play was, but I’m assuming that Andrew Benintendi must have leapt 37 feet high to rob a home run in front of the Green Monster. Anything less than that is certainly not greater than this.

from TopLaxRecruits.com
Salisbury School (CT) 2020 attackman Maximus Bartron of Zombies Lacrosse has made a commitment to play Division III lacrosse at Ithaca College.

Saturday July 20, 2019 8:45AM
from US Lacrosse Magazine
Graham Bundy Jr. (MICDS, Mo.) Patrick Hackler (Skaneateles) and Jack Monfort (Syosset, N.Y.) were all top-scoring midfielders on their high school teams. In this setting, however, they’re dogs.

“In every case, there’s a grit about them,” Myers said.

from Inside Lacrosse
Colgate assistant coach John Crawley will join Kevin Cassese's staff at Lehigh, multiple sources tell IL. He'll fill a vacancy created when Tom Compitello left the Mountain Hawks to join Andy Shay's staff at Yale.

from Inside Lacrosse
“It’s an absolute dream come true,” said Staats. “Ever since I was a little kid, I dreamt of being a professional lacrosse player. I’m honored to have won this award for my family, my team and for the fans in San Diego.”

from Georgia Swarm
The National Lacrosse League (NLL) recognized Georgia Swarm forward Lyle Thompson with 2018-19 NLL All-Pro First Team Honors and transition player Brendan Bomberry with 2018-19 NLL All-Rookie Team Honors.

Friday July 19, 2019 9:30AM
from Lax Sports Network
We have been giving you continuous updates on Ryan Maloney and his tragic accident. We reached out to Cornell head coach Peter Milliman to give us an update on Ryan and how he is as a team player.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
You, the fans, have spoken. All over the world, people logged onto their computers and cast their votes for the 2019 Premier Lacrosse League All-Star Game.

Matt Rambo and Trevor Baptiste were elected captains, the field of players was set, and Team Rambo and Team Baptiste were formed. Now, on Sunday, July 21st at 5pm PT, the best of the best will face off. Here’s what to watch for:

from Dr. Fred Opie
Bruce Cohen unpacks his lacrosse journey and oral history from Baldwin, New York on Long Island to Cornell and back to the Island. Cohen had a distinguished career in sales and marketing. His encore career has been as a "lacrosse whisperer."

from Siena Athletics
LOUDONVILLE, NY – Fresh off their appearance in the MAAC Championship game, the Siena women's lacrosse program and head coach Abigail Rehfuss have reloaded for another run in 2019-20 as they announced their 10 NLI signings and one walk-on addition for the upcoming fall. The class features many New York state products, and one New Jersey native to add to the mix of current Saints.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The NLL today announced that Buffalo Bandits goaltender Matt Vinc has been selected as the league’s Goaltender of the Year. The award was voted on by team executives from each franchise that participated in the 2018-19 season.

Thursday July 18, 2019 9:45AM
from ROC Stars Girls LAX
Ronnie Davis and Craig Simmons discuss helicopter parents, college opportunities for players and the power of perseverance.

from the Democrat & Chronicle
A few things can change in a span of three years, including where a teenager wants to attend college and play lacrosse.

from AuburnPub.com
The Auburn boys lacrosse program, which has welcomed kids from Pre-K to 12th grade over the last two weeks, held its annual Maroon vs. White scrimmage to wrap up its summer session at Holland Stadium Wednesday.

from LaxAllStars.com
The WPLL is pleased to announce the 2019 WPLL playoff schedule. At the conclusion of the regular season the top four WPLL teams will travel to Yale University’s Reese Stadium (New Haven, CT) on July 26th to play in the semi-finals, with the two winners moving on to the 2019 WPLL Championship game at US Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, MD on July 28th.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
When the U.S. indoor training team met for two events last fall, the imperative from coach Regy Thorpe and his staff was to get players into the National Lacrosse League, so they could learn from the best in the box.

While U.S. vets like Brett Manney, Kevin Buchanan, Greg Downing, Joel White and Joe Resetarits had NLL experience, most of the player pool lacked indoor bona fides.

from Canisius Athletics
Rising sophomore Skylar McArthur has been named to the final roster for the Canadian National Team heading into the 2019 Women's Lacrosse U19 World Championship in Peterborough, Ontario, as announced by the Canadian Lacrosse Association.

from Summit Lacrosse Ventures
The Northstar Invitational, hosted by Summit Lacrosse Ventures (SLV), was established in 2012 as a premier developmental and exposure opportunity, one of the first of its kind for young, high-level, female student athletes. The eighth annual 2019 Northstar Invitational will be held in just under two weeks, July 29-August 1, at the historic Northwood School in Lake Placid, New York.

Wednesday July 17, 2019 10:30AM
from US Lacrosse Magazine
Head coach Nick Myers and his staff made the selections following a three-day tryout weekend involving 50 players that concluded at US Lacrosse headquarters on Sunday.

Sutton Boland (Victor) and Patrick Hackler (Skaneateles) make the final cut.

from Summit Lacrosse Ventures
Roy Simmons, Jr, Paul Rose and Phil Kessler inducted as Legends of Lake Placid Lacrosse, class of 2019.

Roy Simmons Jr. | Paul Rose | Phil Kessler

from NNY360.com
The long-standing boys lacrosse rivalry between the Oswego and Fulton high school communities will look to add another wrinkle during the annual Oswego Harborfest weekend.

The Buccaneers and Red Raiders have scheduled an alumni lacrosse game for noon on July 27 at Oswego High School’s Wilbur Field, open to all former players from each program.

from Capital District Lax
The camp is open to members of the class of 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022! The camp will run from 10 a.m.- to 4 p.m. The cost is $60 per camper if registered by July 19, 2019. On site or registration from July 20-25, 2019 is $100.

from Canisius Athletics
Former Canisius standout Dan Coates '11 has been named to the Canadian Men's Indoor Lacrosse Team for the upcoming World Indoor Lacrosse Championship (WILC), the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) and the Canadian Men's Indoor National Team coaching staff recently announced.

from The Gwinnett Daily Post
“Looking at this award, I like to think it’s an example of my teachings, the way my father taught me to play the game and the way my culture instilled the teachings of the game and respecting yourself, your opponent, and the game and everything that comes with it on and off the floor,” Thompson said.

from CollegeCrosse.com
With the 2019 college lacrosse season complete, it’s time to look back at how all 73 teams did during the season, along with an early look at each squad for 2020.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
(Rochester, NY) – Rochester Knighthawks General Manager and Vice President of Lacrosse Operations Dan Carey announced today that the team has acquired forward Turner Evans from the San Diego Seals in exchange for defenseman Shane Simpson, pending approval from the National Lacrosse League.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The NLL today announced that Buffalo Bandits Head Coaches Rich Kilgour and John Tavares have been named the recipients of the Les Bartley Award, which is awarded to the NLL’s Top Head Coach at the conclusion of each season. The award was voted on by team executives from each franchise that participated in the 2018-19 season.

Tuesday July 16, 2019 10:00AM
from Virgina Athletics
[Jared] Conners (Sr., Pittsford) was a first-team All-American after scoring five goals, dishing one assist, picking up 57 ground balls and causing 27 turnovers. Conners notched six ground balls in the NCAA title game against Yale. He also scored a goal and caused three turnovers in the ACC title game against Notre Dame, efforts that landed Conners on the All-ACC Tournament team.

from Major League Lacrosse
Boston, MA - The teams are set! The players eligible for the draft were selected by the fans through an All-Star fan vote. Voting closed Monday, July 8th. This past weekend captains, Rob Pannell and Lyle Thompson jumped on a call to draft their teams. Pannell and Thompson each selected 20 fellow All-Stars in the MLL All-Star Draft. The rosters are:

from Cabrini Athletics
During her four years at Syracuse, the Orange went 59-28 overall, including 16 victories in the Atlantic Coast Conference, two appearances in the ACC championship game, and four NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Final Four in 2016.

A midfielder, who specialized in draw controls, Cross amassed 16 points and 12 goals during her career to go with 82 draw controls in 60 contests.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The NLL today announced that Buffalo Bandits General Manager Steve Dietrich has been selected as the league’s General Manager of the Year. The award was voted on by team executives from each franchise that participated in the 2018-19 season. This marks the second time that Dietrich has won the award, after also being tapped as the league’s top general manager in 2016.

from Syracuse.com
According to Sweetlaxlacrosse.com, Cam Hay, an attack from Victor, has switched has commitment from Syracuse to Albany.

Monday July 15, 2019 8:45AM
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Lacrosse historians are likely to remember 2019 as a landmark season. At the college level, the dive was made legal once again, and a standard, hard-and-fast shot clock was implemented. While the details of each new rule might get tweaked a little in the next few years, many people agreed that “they” finally got it right . . .

. . . But before we turn our attention to fall ball, freshmen who will make an impact, the announcement of team captains, and 2020 strength of schedule, let’s give credit to a different rule change that – in my opinion – might be one of the best, but most under-the-radar rule changes we’ve seen in a long while.

from the Buffalo News
Faller, who grew up in suburban Rochester and graduated from the University at Buffalo, is perhaps best known for leading the Panthers to back-to-back state championships and unbeaten seasons in football in 2008 and 2009. Under his tutelage, the football and boys lacrosse teams at Sweet Home personified excellence as he guided them to a combined 14 Section VI titles and 590 wins.

from The Cornell Daily Sun
“The outpouring of love and encouragement has been overwhelmingly touching and instrumental in aiding Ryan’s battle to get as healthy as possible!” said the Maloney family on the GoFundMe page.

from National Lacrosse Federation
This is the SweetLax Upstate 2020 and 2021 preview for the 2019 NLF Club National Championships. We’ll be profiling some of the top players from every 2020 AA and 2021 AA teams who will be in attendance.

Saturday July 13, 2019 1:40PM
from @SaraL4man

from Inside Lacrosse
[Stephen] Brundage, a West Genesee and Loyola grad who grew up an hour away from Geneva, worked alongside Hobart head coach Greg Raymond on the staff at Drexel and Princeton. The rumor had been heard over the past few weeks, as the two are very close friends.

from Major League Lacrosse
Boston, MA - Lyle Thompson (LaFayette/Albany) of the Chesapeake Bayhawks and Rob Pannell (Cornell) of the New York Lizards have been named captains for the 2019 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game. Both players will participate in an All-Star Draft to determine the teams for the 18th MLL All-Star Game. The rosters will be announced Monday, July 15th.

from RIT Athletics
ROCHESTER, NY – The RIT men's lacrosse team enjoyed another outstanding season in 2019, finishing with a 20-2 record. The Tigers won their eighth straight Liberty League championship, and advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the tenth straight season and 21st time in program history. RIT advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the third straight season and the ninth time in 10 seasons and won at least 20 games for the fifth time in the last six years.

from RIT Athletics
The 2019 RIT women's lacrosse team finished the season with six wins, narrowly missing out competing in the Liberty League Tournament. Four Tigers were selected to the All-Liberty League squad, while nine were selected to the Liberty League All-Academic Team for maintaining a 3.30 cumulative grade point average.

Friday July 12, 2019 9:15AM
from US Lacrosse Magazine
The second round of the tryout process for the 2020 U.S. Men’s U19 team will be highlighted by a Blue-White exhibition game on the final day of the three-day session which runs from July 12-14.

The Blue-White exhibition will be held on Sunday, July 14 at 10 a.m. on Tierney Field at US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md. The exhibition game is the only session of the tryout process that will be open to the public free of charge. All other sessions are for team and staff personnel only.

from Dr. Fred Opie
Today show is a reboot of an interview with Rochester Native Danielle Spencer. Last month, Stanford University hired her away from Dartmouth as it new women’s lacrosse coach. Spencer had served as an Assistant coach at Stanford in 2012. Spencer had been at Dartmouth for three years. She earned Ivy League Coach of the Year in each of her final two seasons. This past season, Spencer guided Dartmouth to an Ivy League title and a NCAA post-season tournament appearance for the first time since 2013.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
With both kids in college, and despite a demanding professional career, he decided to give the stripes a try. I ran into him recently and asked if he was enjoying his new role. “I quit,” he responded.

He explained that life was too short to endure the abuse that regularly spewed from the mouths of coaches, parents and, at times, the young players themselves.

Thursday July 11, 2019 9:30AM

from Inside Lacrosse
Francesca Argentieri, Westhill, 2022: Argentieri stood strong in the net for Upstate and made some crucial saves to earn All-Tournament honors. She has very quick hands and stands tall in goal.

from WNY Athletics

from Syracuse Athletics
The number of Orange starring in professional lacrosse is as high as ever, with five 'Cuse alums earning All-Star Game nods across both leagues, including the most selections of any college in the MLL.

from West Seneca Bee
There is one common theme throughout the 2019 All-Bee Girls Lacrosse First Team: All nine athletes and the Coach of the Year represent four schools that either played in or won a championship game this spring.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
A dominant run in world lacrosse circles has been led by some amazing players, including 2011 Tewaaraton Award winner Shannon Smith and four future U.S. World Cup champions — Sarah Bullard, Ally Carey, Kayla Treanor and Acacia Walker.

from Canadian Lacrosse Associaion
“We are excited to have such a talented group of athletes with tremendous depth to represent Canada this year,” said head coach Scott Teeter. “With the World Championship taking place on home soil, we know there will be great Canadian support from the fans to help us along our journey to defend our world title. As the 2015 gold medalists, we know there’s a bullseye on Team Canada’s back—but we’re ready for the challenge.”

Wednesday July 10, 2019 10:45AM
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Parents, please, when we say that play has been suspended due to bad weather, don’t ignore us when we ask you to move off the fields and go to your cars (or a covered structure, like Albany’s football stadium or the brand new pavilion at Saratoga’s Gavin Park). A pop-up tent sitting under some trees is not a safe place. Two teenaged boys were killed by lightning in Pennsylvania last month; according to some brief research, there are approximately 43 lightning fatalities each year, and July is the deadliest month.

from NLL.com
With the 1st overall pick, the Rochester Knighthawks selected Shawn Evans from the Buffalo Bandits. The New York Riptide followed by picking Jordan Durston from the Bandits as their first selection in the 2019 Expansion Draft.

from Joe Walters / Premier Lacrosse League
From Joe Walters - Irondequoit HS / Maryland / NLL / MLL / Team USA / Redwoods LC

I am VERY excited to announce the PLL Training Event that I have set up in Rochester. Being my hometown, there's a sense of pride when setting this event up. I put together a "heavy hitter" group of athletes to come to town for this event. This is a specialized training event. Each training group is separate; you may sign up for 1 only. The format is a 90 minute large group session, followed immediately by a 60 minute small group session. The small group sessions are limited to 6 players only and get the opportunity to receive feedback and more specialized work in a small group setting. These 6 players attend both the large AND small group sessions (2.5 hours total).

from LaxAllStars.com
On this week’s expansion draft special edition of Lacrosse Classified, Jake Elliott and Evan Schemenauer recap the NLL expansion draft and speak with both GM’s, Regy Thorpe of the New York Riptide and Dan Carey of the new Rochester Knighthawks. (1:17:45)

from US Lacrosse Magazine
I was very pleased when first handed a Chrome roster to see that John (and Brett Queener) would likely be our starting goalie. While he had been in the goal for the gold medal-winning U.S. team in the 2018 world games, word was that he was going to retire on top of that hill. I don’t think John was the only of those U.S. players to have made some decision to semi-retire before deciding to give the PLL a try in this first year.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
Chrome’s offense was firing on all cylinders this past weekend as they took down Chaos 19-11. While Jordan Wolf and Jordan MacIntosh combined for nine of the 19 goals, five players had multiple goals and a total of nine different players found the back of the net. When a team’s scoring is so spread out, it means two things: Chrome’s offensive personnel trust one another and they love the one-more pass.

Tuesday July 9, 2019 9:50AM
from Canisius Athletics
The 2019 MAAC Rookie of the Year and a member of the 2019 College Crosse All-Freshman Team, [Jacob] Buck (Churchville-Chili) led Canisius in scoring with 44 points as he finished second on the team in both goals (30) and assists (14). The MAAC All-Rookie Team selection tallied multiple points on 13 occasions, including nine performances in which he recorded three points or more. The Churchville-Chili, N.Y., product was a four-time MAAC Rookie of the Week honoree during the 2019 regular season, the most among the conference's freshman class.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
Welcome to the 2019 PLL All Star Game Draft featuring NBC Sports Analyst Ryan Boyle and your 2 Captains, Matt Rambo ?? and Trevor Baptiste ?? !

from Syracuse.com
No one invests in lacrosse like Syracuse, the most successful college program in the sport’s history. The Orange has 10 NCAA Tournament titles (along with one vacated title) in men's lacrosse, the most of any college program. Syracuse's most recent title came in 2009.

from Syracuse.com
Syracuse, N.Y. — Cicero-North Syracuse is looking for a new girls lacrosse coach after Lloyd Hamilton stepped down recently. Hamilton, 61, was the Northstars’ head girls coach for nine seasons, compiling a record of 96-62 and playing for a sectional championship three times in Class A.

from RIT Athletics
ROCHESTER, NY -- Four members of the RIT men's lacrosse team were named to the 2019 Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Division III All-American Team. Chandler Allen (Ilderon, Ontario/Medway), Walker Hare (Libertyville, IL/Libertyville), Cam Isaac (Webster Thomas) and Trevor Smyth (Orangeville, Ontario/The Kiski School) were all second team selections. All four men were previously named United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) First Team All-Americans in May.

from TopLaxRecruits.com
West Seneca West 2020 attackman/midfielder Steve Lucas of Buffalo Lacrosse Academy has made a verbal commitment to play Division II lacrosse at Lake Erie College.

from Capital District Lax
ATTN: Girls in Grades 3-12: Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your skills, and support CityLax Albany.

Monday July 8, 2019 9:00AM

from Summit Lacrosse Ventures
We would like to extend a big thank you to all players, coaches, parents and attending family members for creating a fun, safe and competitive environment throughout the entirety of the event. We'd also like to thank our sponsors, entire event staff, the Town of North Elba, and the Village of Lake Placid.

from CollegeCrosse.com
You could not have wrote a better start to the season for new head coach Matt Karweck and the Colgate Raiders. They went up to the Carrier Dome and upset Syracuse 12-9 in their season opener before beating Binghamton the next week.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
The Sunday game from the Nation’s Capital was an offensive explosion. Each member of Chrome and Chaos came out to play, and the goals were spread out amongst some of the PLL’s top stars. Although last weekend resulted in an OT Chaos win, the rematch today was stunningly different.

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from the Premier Lacrosse League
The game will be played on Sunday, July 21 at 5pm PT at Banc of California Stadium and will be broadcast on NBCSN.

Saturday July 6, 2019 10:20AM
from the Buffalo News
Jerry Severino first played lacrosse in 1965, as a student at Fayetteville-Manlius High School in the Syracuse suburbs, at the urging of a football coach who told him he needed to stay in shape.

from Dr. Fred Opie
Cornell Alum and Hall of Famer Bob Rule is Native of Natick Massachusetts. Bob Rule left Massachusetts for Manhasset, New York as a high school sophomore where began playing lacrosse in 1964. He went on to play collegiate lacrosse at Cornell University for Hall Famer Richie Moreland then new Big Red Head Coach. Rule is the only player in Division I history to win national championships in two sports, lacrosse and hockey.

from MyTwinTiers.com
Gaffer Elite Lacrosse Club is having another standout year. Led by legendary Corning lacrosse coach, Bob Streeten, the Gaffer’s are playing lights out.

from The Capital Gazette
Chesapeake Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle is running out of superlatives to use when discussing the phenomenal performance of attackman Lyle Thompson. Already this season, Cottle has described Thompson as the “consummate teammate, a tremendous competitor and a true winner.” Cottle has noted that Thompson “hustles nonstop and plays with great energy and effort.”

from the Buffalo News
St. Joe’s Kellen Pulera is the All-Western New York Offensive Player of the Year.

from the Premier Lacrosse League
As the PLL descends upon the Nation's Capital this weekend, here's everything you need to know to watch.

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