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March 30, 1996
Opponent: New York SaintsSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 30Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: This is the season finale for the Thunder (3-6), which was outscored 10-1 in the final quarter last week in a 28-13 loss to the Boston Blazers, eliminating it from the Major Indoor Lacrosse League's playoff picture. Mark Millon (team-leading 23 goals) had six goals last week for the Thunder, which has lost four straight. The Saints (3-6) defeated the Thunder, 18-11, on Feb. 17 as New York goalkeeper Sal LoCascio stopped 28 shots.
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Sports Digest | August 12, 2014
Boys lacrosse Millon becomes director of development for Breakers National Lacrosse Hall of Fame member Mark Millon was hired by the Baltimore Breakers as director of player and coach development. The former U.S. national team player has worked with the Breakers intermittently since the program's inception in 2003. He became full-time head coach in 2013 with the Breakers Under-11 team. His responsibilities this year will include coaching two teams, creating a coaching curriculum, developing an indoor training program, and working with Breakers president J.J. Pearl in assembling a coaching staff.
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By DAVID SELIG | July 8, 2006
Matchup -- Boston Cannons (6-1) @ Bayhawks (2-5) Site -- Johnny Unitas Stadium Time -- 7 Outlook -- The Bayhawks try to climb out of last place in the Eastern Conference of Major League Lacrosse with a game against the conference-leading Cannons. The Bayhawks have lost two straight, including a 21-12 game in Rochester last Saturday. They are one of only two teams in the league who have allowed more than 100 goals this season and will face a Boston team that ranks second in scoring. Former St. Paul's standout Conor Gill leads the Cannons with 35 points, and Mark Millon - who played for Boston last season - has 23 for Baltimore.
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By DAVID SELIG | July 8, 2006
Matchup -- Boston Cannons (6-1) @ Bayhawks (2-5) Site -- Johnny Unitas Stadium Time -- 7 Outlook -- The Bayhawks try to climb out of last place in the Eastern Conference of Major League Lacrosse with a game against the conference-leading Cannons. The Bayhawks have lost two straight, including a 21-12 game in Rochester last Saturday. They are one of only two teams in the league who have allowed more than 100 goals this season and will face a Boston team that ranks second in scoring. Former St. Paul's standout Conor Gill leads the Cannons with 35 points, and Mark Millon - who played for Boston last season - has 23 for Baltimore.
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By CHRISTIAN EWELL and CHRISTIAN EWELL,SUN REPORTER | June 11, 2006
Bayhawks today Matchup -- Bayhawks (1-2) at New Jersey Pride (2-1) Site -- Yurcak Field, Piscataway, N.J. Time -- 4 p.m. Outlook -- Although both teams come off losses last weekend, the Pride - a 16-15 loser to the Philadel phia Barrage - seems to have an edge, as it has won both of its previ ous home games. Baltimore is look ing for its first road victory, after a 24-14 loss to the Denver Outlaws, dur ing which the Bayhawks couldn't re cover from an 11-1 mid-game run. The game will feature the top two goal scorers in Major League Lacrosse history, Baltimore's Mark Millon (214 career goals)
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By Kate Crandall and Kate Crandall,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2005
Beaten at their own game, the Bayhawks had their undefeated season ruined by the Boston Cannons, 25-13, last night at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Ex-Bayhawks attackman Mark Millon, Major League Lacrosse's all-time leading scorer, and attacker Kevin Leveille each had nine goals for the Cannons (8-2), who outscored the Bayhawks 18-6 in the final 35 minutes of the game. "They basically played our game plan against us," said midfielder Jeff Sonke, who led the Bayhawks (9-1) with two two-point goals, two one-pointers and an assist.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Special to The Sun | June 25, 1995
If the Los Angeles Lakers of the mid-1980's played lacrosse, they'd undoubtedly do it in Mount Washington Lacrosse Club uniforms.Last night, lacrosse's best version of "Showtime" was on display before a capacity crowd at Norris Field, as Mount Washington crushed Long Island/Hofstra, 20-11, to finish the season undefeated and capture its third United States Club Lacrosse Association title in the past five years.On a team filled with stars, it was hard to figure out which one was the brightest for the Wolfpack last night.
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By CHRISTIAN EWELL and CHRISTIAN EWELL,SUN REPORTER | June 11, 2006
Bayhawks today Matchup -- Bayhawks (1-2) at New Jersey Pride (2-1) Site -- Yurcak Field, Piscataway, N.J. Time -- 4 p.m. Outlook -- Although both teams come off losses last weekend, the Pride - a 16-15 loser to the Philadel phia Barrage - seems to have an edge, as it has won both of its previ ous home games. Baltimore is look ing for its first road victory, after a 24-14 loss to the Denver Outlaws, dur ing which the Bayhawks couldn't re cover from an 11-1 mid-game run. The game will feature the top two goal scorers in Major League Lacrosse history, Baltimore's Mark Millon (214 career goals)
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By Kate Crandall and Kate Crandall,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2005
Beaten at their own game, the Bayhawks had their undefeated season ruined by the Boston Cannons, 25-13, last night at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Ex-Bayhawks attackman Mark Millon, Major League Lacrosse's all-time leading scorer, and attacker Kevin Leveille each had nine goals for the Cannons (8-2), who outscored the Bayhawks 18-6 in the final 35 minutes of the game. "They basically played our game plan against us," said midfielder Jeff Sonke, who led the Bayhawks (9-1) with two two-point goals, two one-pointers and an assist.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2004
The Bayhawks yesterday abandoned their efforts to persuade Michael Powell to play for them this season. Powell, who led Syracuse to the NCAA title at M&T Bank Stadium this past season, was officially placed on the Major Lacrosse League's DNR (did not report) list, meaning he is ineligible for competition in 2004. The team had hoped to add the MLL draft's No. 1 overall pick to the active roster this week in time for Saturday's game against the Rochester Rattlers, but Powell remained incommunicado in Colorado, where he was reportedly on a whitewater rafting trip after working at a lacrosse camp.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2004
Is former Syracuse University All-America attackman Michael Powell serious about avoiding the professional playing field this summer? The Baltimore Bayhawks are about to find out. Bayhawks general manager Jay Pivec, who made Powell the No. 1 pick in the Major League Lacrosse draft one month ago, aims to get a definitive answer from the former Orange superstar next week. Pivec said he plans to add Powell to the team's 23-man active roster Monday. Powell, who has been pursuing endorsement deals and spent last week working at a lacrosse camp in Denver, did not return phone calls.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 25, 1999
Outdoor lacrosse will have a professional future in the new millennium.Major League Lacrosse, which will begin in eight cities with the promotional phrase of "Take it Outside," was unveiled yesterday at a news conference in New York and will begin play in summer 2000.It's the first attempt for a professional outdoor league in more than a decade since the American Lacrosse League, which featured the Baltimore Tribe, folded in the mid-1980s."My goal is to expand the sport of lacrosse," said league founder Jake Steinfeld, known nationally for "Body by Jake," his fitness television show.
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