“Discipline” is a word with many meanings: punishment, a field of study, self-control, training that corrects deficiencies. For Boston Cannons midfielder Paul Rabil — perhaps the best lacrosse player in the world — discipline is all of this and more.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Boston Cannons Middie Paul Rabil Featured In “Discipline” Video From “Core Of Sports” Presented By US Marine Corp
Major League Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Denver Outlaws 21-12 Win Over Hamilton Nationals On July 28
Midfielder Jordan McBride scored six goals, including three in the first half, and added two assists as the Denver Outlaws moved into a tie for first place in the Major League Lacrosse standings after posting a 21-12 victory over the Hamilton Nationals at Ron Joyce Stadium on Saturday night.
Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws (9-3) Defeat Hamilton Nationals 21-12 On July 28 To Move Into Tie For First Place In Standings
The Outlaws, who improved to 9-3 on the season, are now tied with Chesapeake for the top spot in the league standings after the Bayhawks lost at Boston earlier on Saturday afternoon.
After the teams traded goals in the opening four minutes of the first quarter, midfielder Joe Resetarits gave Hamilton a 2-1 lead with his second goal of the period off an assist from attackman Kevin Crowley.
But, the Outlaws answered by putting together a five-goal run, which included a two-point goal from attackman Jeremy Sieverts, to take a 7-2 lead with 37 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
The teams exchanged goals in the first six minutes of the second quarter before the Nationals used back-to-back goals from Crowley and midfielder Donny Moss to narrow the gap to 8-5.
However, the Outlaws ended the second quarter just like they did in the first quarter by scoring four unanswered goals, including a two-point marker from midfielder Drew Snider, to take a commanding 13-5 advantage into the intermission.
For more: http://www.laxmagazine.com/mll/2011-12/news/072812_outlaws_roll_over_hamilton_now_tied_for_first_place
Helmet camera captures game through eyes of Team STX goalie Matt Russell.
NCAA Lacrosse Recruiting: North Carolina Men’s Lacrosse Introduces Middie Michael Tagliagerri (Danville, CA) As Part Of 2012 Recruiting Class
Michael Tagliaferri is a 6-0, 200-pound midfielder from Danville, Calif., and the son of John and Carol Tagliaferri. He is the first Californian to make a U.S. National Team at any level as he played for the U.S. contingent in the 2012 U19 World Championships in Finland. A star both on the lacrosse field and the football team for four years, he graduated from San Ramon Valley High School in 2012. He was recently named an Under Armour All-America after a career in which he scored 196 goals and passed for 126 assists. He had 48 goals and 25 assists as a senior after notching 105 points as a junior (64 goals and 41 assists). Tagliaferri was named the state’s top lacrosse player as both a junior and senior. He was a two-time league MVP and was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-America as both a junior and senior.
Major League Lacrosse brings you the Top Ten Plays of Week 11.
A look back at the 2012 Men’s Lacrosse season, including perspectives from Head Coach Bill Tierney, junior midfielder Chase Carraro, sophomore Drew Babb and junior attackman Eric Law.
A brief video montage of highlights from the 2012 Denver Women’s Lacrosse season.