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April 20, 2006
Charlottesville, Va.-- --The scar cuts a wide, grisly swath, covering most of his left forearm, and it marks an indelible reminder Ben Rubeor never tires of contemplating. Having recently turned 20, Rubeor is a kid no longer. He hasn't been, really, since that night in the summer of 2003, when, at 17, he drove too fast with his whole life in front of him and could have lost it all. Every day for Rubeor at the University of Virginia is a great day, whether he is buried in the works of Shakespeare, savoring the scenery on a hiking trail in the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains, or ripping another well-placed shot for the nation's best men's lacrosse team.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
The lines of players in front of each team's bench during the national anthem were shorter than usual. In Thursday night's Major League Lacrosse matchup between the last place Chesapeake Bayhawks (3-8) and the first-place Rochester Rattlers (8-3), the teams were without a combined 12 players who were competing in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Commerce City, Colo. On a night when Chesapeake's season was on the line, with the team needing to win all four of its remaining games to make the playoffs, seven Bayhawks players were in Colorado.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
Last August, Casey Powell announced that he had retired from Major League Lacrosse. Nearly a year later, he's back -- and as dominant as ever. The attackman earned Warrior Offensive Player of the Week honors after an outstanding season debut for the Chesapeake Bayhawks in Saturday's overtime win over the Boston Cannons, Major League Lacrosse announced Monday. In his first MLL game since June 2012, Powell had four points -- including the tying goal on a diving effort with five seconds left -- to lead the Bayhawks to a 13-12 win, their first overtime victory in four tries this season.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
The St. Mary's boys lacrosse team has a familiar opportunity going into Tuesday's regular season finale against Mount St. Joseph. Against rival Severn on Friday, Alexander Woodall dominated faceoffs and the Saints opened with seven of the game's first eight goals to cruise to a 19-9 win over the Admirals, keeping them in line to earn a spot in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs. If the No. 4 Saints beat the Gaels, they will claim the sixth and final playoff spot in the A Conference - something that eluded the team on the final day of regular season last year.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
A group of former Virginia men's lacrosse players is heading to Charlottesville this weekend to play the current team and hold a free clinic to raise money for the daughters of Chris Sanderson, former goaltender for the Cavaliers and the now-Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse, who died June 28 at age 38 after a 3 1/2-year battle with brain cancer. The alumni game is set for 9:30 p.m. Friday on the lower practice field. Among the alumni committed to the event are a pair of Loyola High grads: Bayhawks attackman Ben Rubeor (2007)
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By Glenn Graham | August 30, 2012
Loyola Blakefield and 2008 Virginia grad Ben Rubeor has been named the new boys lacrosse coach at St. Mary's, while Severna Park and 2006 Vanderbilt grad Kate Hickman takes over the girls program. Rubeor, who was an All-American and a 2008 Tewaaraton Trophy finalist at Virginia, is a current starting attackman for Chesapeake Bayhawks. He has prior coaching experience at Maclay School in Tallahassee, Fla. After a fine playing career at Severna Park, Hickman earned All-America status at Vanderbilt.  For the past six years, she has served as varsity assistant at Severna Park.
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By Sports Digest | July 23, 2010
NBA Former Towson star Neal signs three-year deal with Spurs Gary Neal (Calvert Hall, Towson) signed a three-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday after an impressive NBA Summer League performance. Neal, who set Towson's single-season scoring record during the 2006-07 season, led the Spurs to a 5-0 record in Las Vegas, including a 25-point performance in the team's summer-league finale. In five games, he averaged a team-high 16.0 points and made 17-of-30 3-pointers.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks are the defending Major League Lacrosse champions, so it's fitting that no team will be better represented at next month's All-Star Game. Eight Bayhawks were chosen to play July 13 at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., the team announced Monday. This year's All-Star teams will be selected from a pool of 38 players the night before the game by the two winners of the MLL Ultimate Fan Fantasy Contest. Representing the Bayhawks are attackmen Ben Rubeor (Loyola High)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2002
David Tamberrino was feeling it in the third period of a 15-7 rout of visiting St. Mary's. Having won his fourth straight faceoff, the Loyola senior pounded his chest. "This is more fun than last year," said Tamberrino, who was briefly cut from last year's squad for disciplinary reasons. "People said I was worthless, a nothing. So I worked hard, lifted weights. I knew I'd be back to prove them wrong." Tamberrino won 16 of 26 faceoffs against the No. 4 Saints (8-6), sparking second-ranked Loyola to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association non-divisional victory, its ninth consecutive win. Evan Gallant (seven goals, one assist)
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
The lines of players in front of each team's bench during the national anthem were shorter than usual. In Thursday night's Major League Lacrosse matchup between the last place Chesapeake Bayhawks (3-8) and the first-place Rochester Rattlers (8-3), the teams were without a combined 12 players who were competing in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Commerce City, Colo. On a night when Chesapeake's season was on the line, with the team needing to win all four of its remaining games to make the playoffs, seven Bayhawks players were in Colorado.
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Sports Digest | April 21, 2014
The Chesapeake Bayhawks hosted three other Major League Lacrosse teams at a scrimmage day Saturday at Severn. The Charlotte Hounds, Denver Outlaws and Florida Launch traveled to the Severna Park private school for one last test before next weekend's season openers. Each team played two three-quarter games. Chesapeake coach Dave Cottle had mixed feelings after watching the Bayhawks defeat Florida, 11-5, and lose to Denver, 8-5. "Right now, I think we are an average team. I didn't see anything out there today that made me think we're a good team at this point, but we'll keep working to get there," Cottle said.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2013
Denver Outlaws midfielder Drew Snider (Maryland) was named Major League Lacrosse's Most Improved Player, the league announced Thursday. Snider earned six first-place votes from the league's coaches and general managers, two more than fellow former Terp Ryan Young of the Charlotte Hounds, who tallied four. The Chesapeake Bayhawks' Ben Rubeor (Loyola High) and the Hamilton Nationals' Kevin Cunningham and Jeremy Thompson each received a pair of first-place votes.  A second-year midfielder, Snider made a strong case for Most Improved Player -- not because he performed poorly in his rookie season, but because he has played outstanding lacrosse in 2013 for the Outlaws, who are 14-0 and became the first team in MLL history to go undefeated in the regular season.
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July 28, 2013
Attackman Drew Westervelt (UMBC, John Carroll) fired in four goals, but the Bayhawks lost an early lead and fell to the unbeaten Denver Outlaws, 14-12, at Sports Authority Field on Saturday. Jeremy Sieverts (Maryland, McDonogh) scored four goals for Denver and Drew Snider (Maryland) added three. The Outlaws (12-0) are two victories away from the first undefeated regular season in Major League Lacrosse history. Midfielder Michael Kimmel (Johns Hopkins, Loyola High) recorded two goals and an assist for Chesapeake, which seized a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
Last August, Casey Powell announced that he had retired from Major League Lacrosse. Nearly a year later, he's back -- and as dominant as ever. The attackman earned Warrior Offensive Player of the Week honors after an outstanding season debut for the Chesapeake Bayhawks in Saturday's overtime win over the Boston Cannons, Major League Lacrosse announced Monday. In his first MLL game since June 2012, Powell had four points -- including the tying goal on a diving effort with five seconds left -- to lead the Bayhawks to a 13-12 win, their first overtime victory in four tries this season.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks are the defending Major League Lacrosse champions, so it's fitting that no team will be better represented at next month's All-Star Game. Eight Bayhawks were chosen to play July 13 at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., the team announced Monday. This year's All-Star teams will be selected from a pool of 38 players the night before the game by the two winners of the MLL Ultimate Fan Fantasy Contest. Representing the Bayhawks are attackmen Ben Rubeor (Loyola High)
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2013
John Grant Jr. controlled the ball about 30 feet from the Denver Outlaws goal during a vital possession for the Bayhawks on Saturday night. Chesapeake, trailing 9-5 midway through the third period, had a two-man advantage and a golden opportunity to generate some much-needed momentum. But as Grant penetrated into the teeth of Denver's defense, two Outlaws collided into the attackman, causing the ball to pop out of his stick. Denver defender Matt Bocklet emerged out of an ensuing scrum with the ball and the Bayhawks' extra-man opportunity evaporated two seconds later.
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By Jesse Yomtov, The Baltimore Sun | July 23, 2011
After scoring five goals in the first eight minutes Saturday, the Chesapeake Bayhawks offense was ice cold the rest of the way, dropping a 15-8 game to the Long Island Lizards on a sweltering night in Annapolis. The Bayhawks (5-4) took a 5-1 lead with 7:37 to go in the first quarter, but they only scored three times in the game's final 52:37. The Lizards scored 14 times in that span to blow the game open in front of 7,793 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. "We didn't play smart lacrosse," Bayhawks coach Brendan Kelly said.
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks' 15-14 overtime loss to the previously winless Boston Cannons on May 18 has lingered on Dave Cottle's mind for the past two weeks. And for the Bayhawks' coach, that's long enough. Because Major League Lacrosse teams don't play on Memorial Day weekend, Cottle's squad has waited 13 days between games after what he called a disappointing loss in Boston. So when the Bayhawks (3-1) host the Hamilton Nationals (4-0) Saturday night, not only will they get to test themselves against one of two undefeated teams left in the league, they'll also finally have the chance to erase the one-goal loss to the Cannons from their memory.
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
For the second straight game, the Bayhawks needed more than 60 minutes to decide an outcome. And for the second straight game Saturday, the Bayhawks lost in overtime - this time to the Hamilton Nationals before an announced 9,157 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Nationals midfielder Jordan Hall rifled a shot past Bayhawks goalie Kip Turner (Severn) 1:55 into overtime to give Hamilton a 12-11 victory in a game that was tied eight times. Attackman Matt Mackrides had a hat trick and sparked Chesapeake (3-2)
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks' 15-14 overtime loss to the previously winless Boston Cannons on May 18 has lingered on Dave Cottle's mind for the past two weeks. And for the Bayhawks' coach, that's long enough. Because Major League Lacrosse teams don't play on Memorial Day weekend, Cottle's squad has waited 13 days between games after what he called a disappointing loss in Boston. So when the Bayhawks (3-1) host the Hamilton Nationals (4-0) Saturday night, not only will they get to test themselves against one of two undefeated teams left in the league, they'll also finally have the chance to erase the one-goal loss to the Cannons from their memory.
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