Bayhawks tonight

Pro Lacrosse

August 14, 2004|By Kent Baker

Bayhawks tonight

Matchup: New Jersey (1-10) at Bayhawks (6-5)

Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University

Time: 7

TV/Radio: Tape delay on Channel 2 at 11:35 p.m.; live on WJFK (1300 AM)

Outlook: In the season finale, the Bayhawks receive a sixth chance to break their winless skid at home in a key game. A win would clinch a playoff berth; a loss and the team would need a Long Island loss to Rochester to make the four-team field. Entering tonight's games, four teams with 6-5 records are vying for three spots. A victory would also give the Bayhawks their fourth straight National Division title if Rochester loses. New Jersey has dropped 10 straight since winning the season opener, including two to the Bayhawks 22-19 and 16-14. The Pride traded goalie Trevor Tierney to Boston and defenseman Christian Cook to the Bayhawks. Mark Millon (33 goals, four two-pointers, 17 assists) ranks second in Major League Lacrosse scoring. Jesse Hubbard (34 goals, five two-pointers, eight assists) is the Pride's top threat. The Bayhawks have won six in a row against New Jersey.

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