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Major League Lacrosse: 2013 Season Highlights Of Denver Outlaws Attacker Brendan Mundorf (Video)

The 2012 MLL MVP scored 23 Goals and 18 Assists in 2013.

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Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws Head Coach Jim Stagnitta Talks About Trading Brendan Mundorf To Bayhawks For John Grant Jr. (Video)

Denver Outlaws Head Coach Jim Stagnitta talks about trading Brendan Mundorf and Brian Megill to the Bayhawks.

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Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws Place Five Players On “2013 MLL All-Pro Team”, The Most From One Team In League History; Bocklet, Mundorf, Schwartzman, Sieverts And Zink Named

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Attackman Chris Bocklet, attackman Brendan Mundorf, goalie Jesse Schwartzman, midfielder Jeremy Sieverts and defenseman Lee Zink were named to the 2013 All-MLL Team, the league announced on Friday.
The five Outlaws on the All-MLL Team represented the most from any one team in a single season in league history.
Bocklet earned his first All-MLL honor after leading the league with 42 goals and tied for the MLL lead with 55 points this season. He posted the highest goal and point improvement of all MLL players between from the 2012 season with a 25-goal and 35-point improvement over his 2012 totals in those categories.
Mundorf earned his fourth career All-MLL honor (2009, ’11-13) and third in a row after scoring 23 goals with 18 assists for 18 games despite playing an injury-plagued 11 games. His 18 assists led the team and ranked sixth in the league.
Schwartzman was named to his second All-MLL squad (2009, ‘13) after earning the league’s Goalie of the Year Award in 2013. He set a new single-season record with a 9.67 goals-against average and also led the league in save percentage (.597 pct.), two-point goals allowed (3) and wins (14).
Sieverts made his first All-MLL team after ranking eighth in the league with 44 points, tying for 10th with 27 goals and tying for second with six two-pointers in 2013. He netted five hat tricks and shot a career-best .318 pct.
Zink earned his fourth All-MLL selection (2009, ’11-13) and third in a row after being named the league’s Defenseman of the Year Award for the second-straight season… He captained a defense that allowed a league low 139 points and just three two-point goals on his way to his seventh-straight MLL All-Star selection.
As the league’s top playoff seed, the Outlaws will play in the MLL semifinals against the Charlotte Hounds at 1 p.m. EDT on Saturday, Aug. 24 at PPL Park in Philadelphia. That game will be broadcast live on ESPN2.


Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws Head Coach Jim Stagnitta Talks About Eric Law, Brendan Mundorf And Team’s Record-Setting Win Streak

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Major League Lacrosse: Denver Outlaws Attacker Brendan Mundorf Named “2012 MLL Most Valuable Player”; League’s 2nd Leading Scorer

Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, announced Thursday that attackman Brendan Mundorf of the Denver Outlaws has been named as the 2012 Bud Light MLL Season Most Valuable Player, according to MLL Commissioner David Gross. The award was based on the votes submitted by the head coach and general manager of each of the League’s eight teams. “It’s a huge honor being a part of this league and of the few guys who have won this award in the 12 years the league has been around,” says Mundorf. “It has a lot to do with our entire team; without a great team beside me I wouldn’t be here so special thanks to them and the entire Denver Outlaws organization.” The MLL’s second-leading scorer with 59 points this season, Mundorf tallied 32 goals and 27 assists while leading the Denver Outlaws to a franchise-record 11 wins and the top seed in the 2012 MLL Championship Weekend presented by Warrior. He finished second in the MLL in goals and was fourth in the MLL in assists. Mundorf, who played in 12 games this season, was named as the Bud Light MLL Player of the Game three times while earning MLL Offensive Player of the Week notice twice. He tallied at least one point in all 12 games, including a season-high eight points against Chesapeake on June 12 and in a win over Rochester on June 16.