Senior Cameron Flint (Georgetown, Ontario) and sophomore Wes Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.) will join junior All-American Jeremy Noble (Orangeville, Ontario) and former Pioneers Mark Matthews and Geoff Snider on Team Canada’s roster for the “Duel in Denver” exhibition on Saturday, Sept. 8 against the US National Team at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, the Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) announced today.
Top 10 Plays from the 2012 Major League Lacrosse Championship Weekend.
COVER STORY – Finnish Strong Humbled by losses to the Canadians and Iroquois, the U.S. U19 men used a players-only meeting to set the tone for their remarkable gold medal finish in Finland. By Corey McLaughlin. Rob Pannell: In His Words One of the best and most misunderstood players of his generation, Rob Pannell sat down for a tell-all interview to discuss his journey. He will be a 23-year-old fifth-year senior for Cornell – and hungrier than ever for a national title. By Matt Forman. Double Down How do you balance the beautiful game with the fastest game on two feet? Meet Hannah Farr, the first athlete in Stanford history to play both soccer and lacrosse. The NorCal product has found a second home at Cagan Stadium. By Clare Lochary.
The Chesapeake Bayhawks became the first team in MLL history to win four league championships after earning a 16-6 victory over the Denver Outlaws at Harvard Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
For the fourth time in their 12-year history, the Chesapeake Bayhawks have claimed the title of Major League Lacrosse champions. Led by four goals from midfielder Ben Hunt, including a pair of two-point markers, the Bayhawks overcame an early two-goal deficit to earn a convincing 16-6 victory over the top-seeded Denver Outlaws in front of 7,384 fans at Harvard Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The win allowed the Bayhawks to become the first team in Major League Lacrosse history to win four league titles. Meanwhile, the Outlaws had their seven-game win streak snapped, dating back to last season. After midfielder Casey Cittadino and attackman Mark Matthews gave Denver a 2-0 lead in the opening nine minutes of the first quarter, the Bayhawks recovered with a seven-point run, including a pair of goals from midfielder Steven Brooks and attackman Danny Glading, to take a 7-2 lead just under a minute into the second quarter. But, the Outlaws responded by scoring three of the next four goals, including a goal and an assist from Matthews, to trim the deficit to 8-5 with 3:40 remaining in the first half. A pair of goals from Hunt and attackman Ben Rubeor extended the Bayhawks’ advantage to 10-5 at the intermission. The Bayhawks upped their cushion to 14-5 in the third quarter with three straight goals, including a two-point marker from Hunt.