Daily Archives: July 11, 2011

US Lacrosse Announces 23-Man “US Men’s National U-19 Lacrosse Team” Roster Including Two Players From Colorado, One From California


After the four-day U.S. men’s national under-19 team tryouts at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), July 7-10, US Lacrosse released the 23-man roster that will train to compete in the 2012 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) U19 Men’s World Championships in Turku, Finland.

The following 2012 U.S. men’s U19 team was chosen from the 123 tryout candidates by a player selection committee, which included 20 coaches from 15 different states as well as head coach Tim Flynn and assistant coaches Jack Crawford, Tom Duquette and Tom Rotanz:

Pos. – Name, High School, Hometown, College
A – Connor Buczek, St. Xavier High School ’11, Amelia, Ohio, Cornell ’15
A – Daniel Eipp, Groton Dunstable ’10, Groton, Mass., Harvard ’14
A – Matthew Kavanagh, Chaminade High Sch ’11, Rockville Centre, NY, Notre Dame ’15
A – Kyle Keenan, Smithtown West High School ’11, Smithtown, N.Y., Duke ’15
A – Joseph Leonard, Hicksville High School ’11, Hicksville, N.Y., St. John’s ’15
M – Brent Armstrong, St. Stephens and St. Agnes ’12, Falls Church, Va.
M – Tyler Barbarich, Bridgewater-Raritan High School ’11, Martinsville, N.J., Delaware ’15
M – Matthew Florence, Kent Denver High School ’12, Greenwood Village, Colo.
M – Stephen Kelly, Calvert Hall ’13, Lutherville, Md.
M – Sean Mahon, Chaminade High School ’11, Garden City, N.Y., Harvard ’15
M – Steven Pontrello, St. Augustine Prep ’12, Marlton, N.J.
M – Charles Raffa, St. Anthony’s High School ’11, Syosset, N.Y., Maryland ’15
M – Michael Tagliaferri, San Roman Valley High School ’12, Danville, Calif.
M – Ryan Tucker, Gilman ’11, Towson, Md., Virginia ’15
M – Robert Zoppo, Calvert Hall ’10, Baltimore, Md., Towson ’14
D – Ralph D’Agostino, Immaculata High School ’11, Califon, N.J., Syracuse ’15
D – Gregory Danseglio, St. Anthony’s High School ’11, Islip Terrace, N.Y., Virginia ’15
D – Robert Enright, Massapequa High School ’11, Massapequa, N.Y., Johns Hopkins ’15
D – Luke Howard, Landon School ’11, Potomac, Md., Ohio State ’15
D – Stephen Jahelka, Garden City High School ’11, Garden City, N.Y., Harvard ’15
D – Tanner Ottenbreit, Regis Jesuit High School ’11, Aurora, Colo., Virginia ’15
G – Zachary Oliveri, Connequot High School ’11, Ronkonkoma, N.Y., Massachusetts ’15
G – Kyle Turri, West Islip High School ’11, West Islip, N.Y., Duke ’15

For more:  http://www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav/NewsandMedia/PressReleases/USLAnnouncesMensU19Roster.aspx

“Lacrosse Magazine” July 2011 Digital Edition Released Featuring NCAA Men’s And Women’s Lacrosse Championships Review


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National League Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of The NLL Toronto Rock’s 3 Championships In 4 Years From 1999-2002


Highlights from the 2002 NLL Championship game between the Toronto Rock and the Albany Attack. This was the Rock’s 3rd Championship in 4 years, continuing their dynasty in the National Lacrosse League. The video features an interview between Broadcaster Joe Bowen and former Toronto Rock player Pat Coyle.

Highlights from the 2001 NLL Championship game between the Philadelphia Wings and the Toronto Rock. This is the Rock’s first championship played at the Air Canada Centre. The video features an interview between Broadcaster Joe Bowen and former Toronto Rock player Pat Coyle.

Highlights from the 2000 NLL Championship game, the rematch between the Rochester Knighthawks and the Toronto Rock. This game featured Kaleb Toth’s last second game-winning goal to win the championship, also known as “The Goal”. This is also the Rock’s final game at Maple Leaf Gardens. The video features an interview between Broadcaster Joe Bowen and former Toronto Rock player Pat Coyle.

Highlights from the 1999 NLL Championship game in Toronto at Maple Leaf Gardens between the Rochester Knighthawks and the Toronto Rock. This is the Rock’s first NLL championship. The video also features an interview between Broadcaster Joe Bowen and former Toronto Rock player Pat Coyle.