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In The News

By MLL Communications |  5/15/13 2:00 PM

In The News


If you find yourself falling behind on MLL news, then this is the place to catch up. Below are the stories, updates and highlights from Week 3 of the season.

 

AROUND THE LEAGUE:

 

Washburn’s MLL Power Rankings: Boston in Last(LaxMagazine.com, 5/8/2013)

“If you can believe it, we are entering Week 3 of the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season. All eight teams now have at least one game under their belt, which is a good time to kickoff the first installment of my weekly power rankings…” (read more)

MLL Week 3: Boyle Still Chasing All-Time Points Record(LaxMagazine.com, 5/9/2013)

“When the 2013 Major League Lacrosse season started Ryan Boyle sat four points behind Casey Powell – who announced he was retiring during the offseason – for the most career points in MLL history. For a player that had averaged 4.1 points per game over his eight-year career, it seemed the record would fall in no time…” (read more)

Crotty, Schwartzmann Earn MLL Week 3 Honors(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/14/2013)

“Major League Lacrosse announced the weekly award winners for Week Three of the 2013 season, which concluded on May 12. The winners are chosen every week by MLL Commissioner David Gross and are based on outstanding in-game achievements. The Warrior Offensive Player of the Week went to Rochester Rattlers' Ned Crotty, while Denver Outlaws goalie Jesse Schwartzman took home Warrior Defensive Player of the Week accolades…” (read more)

3up and 3down for week three of 2013(LaxDirt.com, 5/13/2013)

“The Up: Kevin Crowley: When you rip a two point game winning goal in the fourth quarter you end up in theUp category, point blank and period…” (read more)

 

WEEK 2 GAME NEWS:

 

Rochester Rattlers 13, Charlotte Hounds 10

 

Rochester Rattlers earn first win of the season(DemocratandChronicle.com, )

Jordan MacIntosh scored three of his four goals in the third quarter to break open a tie and lead the Rochester Rattlers to their first Major League Lacrosse victory of the season, edging the Charlotte Hounds 13-10 at Charlotte Memorial Stadium on Saturday...  (read more)

Rattlers 13, Hounds 10(ynn.com, 5/11/2013)

Penfield native Chris Schiller is now a midfielder with Charlotte. The Hounds hosted Rochester Saturday. The Rattlers had two goals in the second quarter, both from Matt Striebel and the game was knotted at five at the break… (read more)

 

Rattlers Take Care of Charlotte in Road Win(laxmagazine.com, 5/11/2013)

The Charlotte Hounds on Saturday night came up short in their rematch with the Rochester Rattlers, falling 13-10 in front of 3,101 fans at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, NC. The Hounds' effort was led by Ryan Young, who notched a personal and franchise-record seven goals, while also tallying one assist. The eight-point performance earned Young Player of the Game honors…(read more)

 

Rattlers Edge Hounds in Back-and-Forth Affair(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/12/2013)

“The Charlotte Hounds on Saturday night came up short in their rematch with the Rochester Rattlers, falling 13-10 in front of 3,101 fans at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, NC. The Hounds’ effort was led by Ryan Young, who notched a personal and franchise-record seven goals, while also tallying one assist. The eight-point performance earned Young Player of the Game honors…” (read more)

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Chesapeake Bayhawks 14, Ohio Machine 5

Bayhawks Coach Cottle: Casey Powell Will Be Back(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/8/2013)

“Will we see the legendary Casey Powell back in Major League Lacrosse? According to Chesapeake Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle, we will."You will see Casey Powell in a Bayhawks uniform this season," Cottle said on the league's weekly conference call on Wednesday…” (read more)

Rubeor Remains Hot as Bayhawks Manhandle Machine, 14-5(OurSportsCentral.com, 5/11/2013)

“Veteran attackman Ben Rubeor had another big game with points to lead a balanced offense as the Chesapeake Bayhawks manhandled the Ohio Machine, 14-5, in a game shortened to three quarters by lighting activity around Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium…”(read more)

Streaking Ben Rubeor scores four as Bayhawks rout Machine, 14-5(Baltimore Sun, 5/12/2013)

“Attackman Ben Rubeor (Loyola High) had another big game as the Chesapeake Bayhawks manhandled the Ohio Machine, 14-5, in a game shortened to three quarters Saturday night because of lightning around Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium…” (read more)

Machine falls behind early in road loss(Disatch.com, 5/12/13)

“The Ohio Machine lost 14-5 to the Chesapeake Bayhawks in a rain-shortened Major League Lacrosse game yesterday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. Officials called the game after three quarters, but the result is final. It was the first road game for the Machine (0-2)...” (read more)

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Outlaws 14, Cannons 10

Cannons can’t shoot straight(BostonHerald.com, 5/10/2013)

“Attackman Ari Sussman figures the underperforming Cannons are overdue for an offensive outburst. They hope it comes tonight when the Denver Outlaws visit Harvard Stadium…” (read more)

Boyle Sets MLL Points record, but Cannons Lose(LaxMagazine.com, 5/11/2013)

“Boston Cannons captain Ryan Boyle tallied two assists to reach 400 career points and break the Major League Lacrosse points record (previously held by Casey Powell at 399), but it was not enough as the Cannons (0-3) lost to the Denver Outlaws (3-0), 14-10, in front of 8,353 fans at Harvard Stadium. This is the first time in the team's history the Cannons have failed to record a win through the first three games of the season...” (read more)

Outlaws Top Winless Cannons(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/12/2013)

“Boston Cannons captain Ryan Boyle tallied two assists to reach 400 career points and break the Major League Lacrosse points record (previously held by Casey Powell at 399), but it was not enough as the Cannons (0-3) lost to the Denver Outlaws (3-0), 14-10, in front of 8,353 fans at Harvard Stadium. This is the first time in the team's history the Cannons have failed to record a win through the first three games of the season…”(read more)

Boyle Reaches Milestone in Loss(BostonHerald.com, 5/12/2013)

“The Boston Cannons are on the fast track toward a long season. The Cannons dropped their third straight game to start the 2013 campaign with a 14-10 loss to the Denver Outlaws before 8,353 last night at Harvard Stadium in Major League Lacrosse action. The Cannons close out a three-game homestand against defending champion Chesapeake Saturday...” (read more)

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Nationals 12, Lizards 10

Lizards Brian Langtry Retires from MLL(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/7/2013)

"I played that first game with the Lizards, running up and down the field and I felt like I didn't have it physically," Langtry said. "Mentally I figured I could get away with things given my experience, but the body only goes so far and running up and down the field against guys in their twenties was kind of a wakeup call..." (read more)

Hamilton Nationals play home opener Saturday at McMaster(TheSpec.com, 5/10/2013)

“The Hamilton NationalsMajor League Lacrosse team will make their home soil season debut Saturday night at Ron Joyce Stadium. The team will take on the New York Lizards at 7 p.m. at McMaster University.  In the season opener in Boston, the Nationals took the Cannons by storm, winning 15 to 8…” (read more)

Nationals Hand Lizards Second Loss(InsideLacrosse.com, 5/12/2013)

“The Lizards have been waiting for Mark Matthews, David Earl, and Matt Gibson to make their 2013 debut, and all three players made sure their presence was known. But even a hat trick from Matthews, a goal from Earl and two goals and three assists from Gibson was not enough to stop the Hamilton Nationals from handing the Lizards their second loss of the season…” (read more)

Narrow victory for Hamilton Nationals in home opener(TheSpec.com, 5/ 13/2013)

“Decked out in orange, black, white and purple, Hamilton Nationals fans braved Saturday night's cool air to cheer on the team at their first at-home game of the season at Ron Joyce Stadium…” (read more)

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To stay up-to-date with the latest news and highlights make sure to visit MajorLeagueLacrosse.comwhere you can find new stories, recaps, and previews throughout the week.



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