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By Aaron Kasinitz and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
The already prodigious legacy of Casey Powell grew Thursday night in the Bayhawks' 13-12 victory over the Boston Cannons. The former four-time All-American and Major League Lacrosse's second-leading scorer all time had three goals and an assist for the Bayhawks in his first game of the season, but it took just one goal to remind fans of what they've been missing while he's been gone. With Chesapeake trailing 12-11 with less than 10 seconds to go, Powell raced behind the Cannons net with the ball in his stick.
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Sports Digest | August 20, 2014
Former Orioles and current Washington Nationals outfielder Nate McLouth will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery Thursday to repair a torn right labrum. The Nationals feared the veteran's lingering shoulder injury was bad when it didn't respond as well as expected to rest and treatment, and recent doctors' evaluations and an X-ray with contrast dye revealed the tear. McLouth has been playing with a hurt labrum all season, manager Matt Williams said, but the symptoms worsened when he made a diving attempt for a triple late last month.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2013
John Grant Jr. and Casey Powell left an indelible mark on the Chesapeake Bayhawks' 10-9 victory over the Charlotte Hounds in Sunday's Major League Lacrosse final at PPL Park. Grant scored four goals against No. 4 seed Charlotte and totaled six goals and one assist during championship weekend, earning the nod for Most Valuable Player. Powell chipped in one goal and two assists against the Hounds and finished with two goals and three assists in two playoff contests. But the future of the Bayhawks attackmen is somewhat murky.
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By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
In the days leading into the Chesapeake Bayhawks matchup with the Florida Launch on Saturday, attackman Drew Westervelt said there was chatter amongst his teammates that they needed to put forth a better effort if they wanted to avoid falling to 1-3 on the season. That effort never came. Led by former Bayhawks attackman Casey Powell, who had one goal and six assists in his return to Annapolis after being traded to Florida last offseason, Florida cruised past the two-time defending Major League Lacrosse champions 15-12 in front of 6,178 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, sending the Bayhawks to their third loss in four games and their worst start since 2009.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 21, 1997
Playing in the Carrier Dome seemed like a dream. The 10,000 roaring fans were fanciful images in his head.But to Casey Powell, his back yard was the Dome. And he was Gary Gait.After watching Gary and Paul Gait work their magic, Powell and his brother, Ryan, relived each game in the afternoon behind their house. Wearing a bright orange Syracuse jersey with No. 22, Powell imitated Gary Gait move for move, soaring to take acrobatic shots, spinning through a series of defenders and slamming the ball into the net.Seven years later, youngsters still flock to the Dome with their orange No. 22 jerseys and T-shirts.
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Sports Digest | May 10, 2013
Men's soccer Former pro Woodward dies of cancer at 64 Former soccer player and coach Dennis "Otis" Woodward died of cancer Thursday morning. He was 64. Woodward was born in Highlandtown and lived there until his family moved to Perry Hall. He graduated from Poly in 1966, and worked for the City of Baltimore for nearly 45 years as a municipal employee. Woodward played amateur soccer for St. Elizabeth's, St. Gerard's, Dnipro, Tom's Produce and Casa Bianca from 1967 to 1977.
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October 17, 1999
BaseballMets: Sent outright P Jeff Tam to Triple-A Norfolk.BasketballSuns: Waived C Peter Aluma.HockeyCanadiens: Recalled D Alain Nasreddine from AHL Quebec.LacrosseMajor League Lacrosse: Professional outdoor league scheduled to begin this summer announced its initial advisory committee that will address rules and marketing: former Team USA standouts Mark Millon and Casey Powell; Virginia coach Dom Starsia; Princeton coach Bill Tierney; Steve Stenersen, executive director of US Lacrosse; Ted Bauer, chairman of U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association; and Chad Watson, president of Great Atlantic Lacrosse Company.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 9, 1997
Syracuse's Casey Powell, the nation's top scorer last season, was named the Division I men's most outstanding player by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.Powell, a junior who was co-Midfielder of the Year last season, is the first Orangeman to win the outstanding player award since Gary Gait in 1990.Johns Hopkins' Brian Kuczma received the outstanding defensive player award and was named to the school's all-time team upon graduation. He is the first Blue Jay to win the defenseman award since Dave Pietramala in 1989.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse | May 9, 2013
Will we see the legendary Casey Powell back in Major League Lacrosse? According to Chesapeake Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle, we will. “You will see Casey Powell in a Bayhawks uniform this season,” Cottle said on the league's weekly conference call Wednesday. Powell told Inside Lacrosse last August that he was retiring from MLL and was “keeping his options open.” At the time, Powell had been suspended by the league - a suspension that carries into this season - for playing in the Lake Placid Tournament, in which he led the Burnt Orange to the 2012 Lake Placid Summit Classic Master's I Division Title.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | February 20, 1998
Top scorers1. Casey Powell, Syracuse, attackman: Imaginative. Dazzling. Continues to reinvent the attack position.2. Jesse Hubbard, Princeton, attackman: Armed with the hardest shot in the game.3. *Dudley Dixon, Hopkins, attackman: Versatile finisher who flourished in first season at Homewood.Top feeders1. Jon Hess, Princeton, attackman: Poised feeder, fueling the most dangerous attack in the game.2. Casey Powell, Syracuse, attackman: Double or triple team him and watch the crisp, acrobatic passing.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2013
The Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League announced Monday that it has released former captain Gavin Prout (Loyola College). The 35-year-old forward played more than eight of his 12 NLL seasons with the Mammoth, but has not suited up this preseason given the constraints of the new collective bargaining agreement. Prior to training camp, Prout was given the opportunity to sign a free-agent contract with any team in the league. “For years, Gavin Prout was synonymous with the Colorado Mammoth,” said president and general manager Steve Govett . “Unfortunately, he is a casualty of the reduced roster size and newly implemented salary cap of the CBA. Elements of the agreement made for some incredibly difficult decisions; this was the toughest.
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Sports Digest | December 4, 2013
Colleges Towson RB West selected as Payton Award finalist Towson junior running back Terrance West (Northwestern) has been named one of three finalists for the Walter Payton Award. The winner of the Jerry Rice Award as the top freshman in Football Championship Subdivision in 2011, West is joined by Eastern Washington sophomore quarterback Vernon Adams and Eastern Illinois senior quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo as finalists for the award, which is presented to the top player in the FCS. West, the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Year, is the leading rusher in the FCS, averaging 155.4 yards per game.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks have acquired standout Joe Walters (Maryland) in a blockbuster trade with Florida Launch, Major League Lacrosse's newest team, in return for three-time MLL champion Casey Powell . The Bayhawks also receive the 21st overall selection in the 2014 collegiate draft, while the Launch gets the 10th selection in the collegiate draft and the eighth pick in the 2014 supplemental draft. Walters is coming off a career year with 48 points and a league-high 26 assists.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2013
Perhaps it's fitting that two of lacrosse's most celebrated - and older - players enjoyed one more moment atop the sport's landscape. Proving that age is just a number, attackmen John Grant Jr. and Casey Powell powered the Chesapeake Bayhawks to a 10-9 victory over the Charlotte Hounds in the Major League Lacrosse title game Sunday at PPL Park before an announced 3,792. The No. 2 seed, which finished the regular season with a 9-5 record, captured the franchise's fifth Steinfeld Trophy and joined the 2006 and 2007 Philadelphia Barrage as the only teams in league history to claim back-to-back crowns.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2013
John Grant Jr. and Casey Powell left an indelible mark on the Chesapeake Bayhawks' 10-9 victory over the Charlotte Hounds in Sunday's Major League Lacrosse final at PPL Park. Grant scored four goals against No. 4 seed Charlotte and totaled six goals and one assist during championship weekend, earning the nod for Most Valuable Player. Powell chipped in one goal and two assists against the Hounds and finished with two goals and three assists in two playoff contests. But the future of the Bayhawks attackmen is somewhat murky.
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Sports Digest | August 20, 2013
Men's college basketball Va. forward Gregory commits to Loyola As the summer drew to a close, his skills as a forward blossoming with every Amateur Athletic Union game and summer camp appearance, it became clear that Cameron Gregory had grown into a surefire Division I recruit. And as the offers rolled in, just where the 6-foot-8, 190-pound senior at St.Stephen's & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Va., would take his talents became even clearer. After an unofficial visit to the campus last weekend during an elite camp, Gregory committed to Loyola last week.
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By Jamison Hensley | February 21, 1997
Top scorers1. Michael Watson, attackman, Virginia: Once healthy, considered most dangerous player on the field.2. Casey Powell, midfielder, Syracuse: Unstoppable in the open field.3. Jesse Hubbard, attackman, Princeton: Headlines efficient Tigers attack.Top passers1. Jon Hess, attackman, Princeton: Intelligent quarterback of Tigers junior scoring machine.2. Casey Powell, midfielder, Syracuse: Unquestionably, most complete player in the game.3. Chris Turner, attackman, UMBC: Overlooked Retrievers feeder can play with the best.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 17, 2005
Experience ruled yesterday when the next U.S. men's lacrosse national team was announced following four days of tryouts at UMBC. Among the 23 players selected to the team that will try to win America's seventh consecutive International Lacrosse Federation world championship next summer in London, Ontario, 21 are on Major League Lacrosse rosters. And for the first time since the event's inception in 1967, three brothers will represent the United States at the ILF games, which will include a record number of 18 teams and take place July 13-22, 2006.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2013
Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman Casey Powell has accepted the position of director of lacrosse and head coach at North Broward Prep in Coconut Creek, Fla., with the goal of building the "best high school staff in America," according to a news release. Powell, 37, one of the most respected names in lacrosse, will supervise all levels of the boys and girls lacrosse programs and serve as the boys varsity coach next season. He already has a commitment from Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle to serve as a consultant.
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By Aaron Kasinitz and The Baltimore Sun | July 26, 2013
Jim Stagnitta made clear Wednesday morning while speaking on a conference call that he'd rather have his Denver Outlaws win the Major League Lacrosse championship than finish with the league's first undefeated regular season. But that doesn't mean the second-year coach and his players intend on shying away from history. "You can't help but think about going undefeated," said Stagnitta, whose Outlaws play host to the Bayhawks (7-4) today. "We're sitting there at 11-0, and if I talk to the players about limiting some of their playing time, I get the same answer back: 'Coach, I want to compete; I want to play until the end.'" It's easy to see why Denver has its eyes on finishing the season without a loss.
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