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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
PHILADELPHIA -- After a one-year absence, Le Moyne College returned to the top of NCAA Division II men's lacrosse yesterday with a 12-5 victory over fellow New York state school Dowling in the championship game at Lincoln Financial Field. Le Moyne completed an 18-0 season. It won the 2004 national championship, but lost to Limestone in the semifinals last season. All-America Dolphins attackman Mike McDonald (four goals) was named the Most Outstanding Player of the game. Le Moyne steadily pulled away from the Golden Lions (12-2)
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The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2013
Championship Most Outstanding Player Jeff White made 13 saves to lead the third-ranked Le Moyne men's lacrosse team to the NCAA Division II national championship with an 11-10 victory over top-ranked Mercyhurst on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The Dolphins won their last 10 games of the season to claim the program's fourth national championship and their second in two appearances at Lincoln Financial Field (2006). Le Moyne finishes the season with a record of 18-2, which ties the 2006 squad for the most victories by a Division II national champion.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | May 26, 2008
Foxborough, Mass. -- Coming into yesterday's Division II national championship, the New York Institute of Technology knew Le Moyne had an outstanding defense. The Bears knew Le Moyne was giving up just 3.27 goals a game and that the Dolphins were going to rely on their defense as they tried to win their third straight title. But the Bears also suspected Le Moyne had never seen an offense like theirs. And they were right. NYIT blasted Le Moyne, 16-11, yesterday, scoring more goals by halftime (nine)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | May 26, 2008
Foxborough, Mass. -- Coming into yesterday's Division II national championship, the New York Institute of Technology knew Le Moyne had an outstanding defense. The Bears knew Le Moyne was giving up just 3.27 goals a game and that the Dolphins were going to rely on their defense as they tried to win their third straight title. But the Bears also suspected Le Moyne had never seen an offense like theirs. And they were right. NYIT blasted Le Moyne, 16-11, yesterday, scoring more goals by halftime (nine)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun reporter | May 28, 2007
The lowest-scoring championship game in the history of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament delivered few goals, and a bizarre one at the end. Le Moyne, of Syracuse, N.Y., repeated in Division II and won its third title in four years yesterday, when a tipped pass from Mike McDonald turned into the winning goal with one second remaining for a 6-5 victory over Mercyhurst at M&T Bank Stadium. Le Moyne (15-2) was the only team to beat Mercyhurst in the regular season, in overtime, at the Lakers' home in Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst (13-2)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2004
Le Moyne's Brandon Spillett produced countless great plays during his team's 11-10 double-overtime win over Limestone for the Division II championship, but the junior attacker wouldn't go as far as to say he had owned opposing defender Clint Pitts. "I didn't feel that way on that first possession," Spillett said yesterday, recounting a near-record day that gave the Syracuse, N.Y., school its first title in any sport. "I was stripped clean." Perhaps it's humility. Spillett had already scored five goals for the Dolphins (16-0)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2004
Dylan Smith is content in his University of Massachusetts swimming world. Of course, being an integral part of the three-time defending Atlantic 10 champion makes life easier to take in Amherst these days. Smith, a junior 200-yard butterfly standout from Loyola High, has been around for two of the championship rides and he seems intent on being an even bigger factor this season. "I've changed my training to emphasize weights more this season," Smith said. "This year, I'm concentrating more on the fly events instead of the freestyles."
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May 27, 2007
Men's Division III SUNY Cortland (15-5) vs. Salisbury (22-0) Time -- 1:30 p.m. Site -- M&T Bank Stadium TV -- CSTV Outlook -- The Sea Gulls can make amends for last year's overtime loss to Cortland in the championship game. En route to a fourth straight unbeaten regular season, Salisbury posted a 19-8 rout of Villa Julie, which beat Cortland in the season opener. That was the Red Dragons coaching debut for Steve Beville, who played and assisted at Washington College in the 1980s. He has a fine attack duo in Ryan Heath (50 goals, 32 assists)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2004
A quiet love for football has carried Joel Gamble through many obstacles, from his days as a youth league reject to his current status as a highly regarded 6-foot-3, 255-pound senior tight end for Shippensburg University. First, it was the city of Baltimore that told Gamble he was too heavy to play organized football. He said he struggled to develop his game at his high school, Carver, which went winless his senior year. Now, he has suddenly found himself being treated like a lineman at Shippensburg.
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May 13, 2003
College Lacrosse Schedule Div. I men Saturday's quarterfinals At Syracuse, N.Y. UMass vs. Maryland, 12:30 p.m. Syracuse vs. Princeton, 3:30 p.m. Sunday's quarterfinals At Towson Towson vs. Johns Hopkins, noon Georgetown vs. Virginia, 3 p.m. Div. II men Saturday's semifinals Northeast Region New York Tech (12-0) at Le Moyne (14-0), noon Southwest Region Mercyhurst (11-2) at Limestone (12-2), 1 p.m. Div. III men Tomorrow's quarterfinals Franklin & Marshall at Salisbury, 1 p.m. Hampden-Sydney at Whittier, 3 p.m. Nazareth at Middlebury, 3:30 p.m. Hamilton at Cortland State, 7:30 p.m. Div. I women Friday's semifinals At Syracuse, N.Y. Loyola vs. Princeton, 6:30 Maryland vs. Virginia, 45 minutes after first game Sunday's championship At Syracuse, N.Y. Semifinal winners, 1 p.m. Div. III women Saturday's semifinals At Rochester, N.Y. Amherst vs. TCNJ, 11:30 a.m. William Smith vs. Middlebury, 2 p.m. Sunday's championship At Rochester, N.Y. Semifinal winners, 3:30 p.m.
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May 28, 2007
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun reporter | May 28, 2007
The lowest-scoring championship game in the history of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament delivered few goals, and a bizarre one at the end. Le Moyne, of Syracuse, N.Y., repeated in Division II and won its third title in four years yesterday, when a tipped pass from Mike McDonald turned into the winning goal with one second remaining for a 6-5 victory over Mercyhurst at M&T Bank Stadium. Le Moyne (15-2) was the only team to beat Mercyhurst in the regular season, in overtime, at the Lakers' home in Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst (13-2)
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May 27, 2007
Men's Division III SUNY Cortland (15-5) vs. Salisbury (22-0) Time -- 1:30 p.m. Site -- M&T Bank Stadium TV -- CSTV Outlook -- The Sea Gulls can make amends for last year's overtime loss to Cortland in the championship game. En route to a fourth straight unbeaten regular season, Salisbury posted a 19-8 rout of Villa Julie, which beat Cortland in the season opener. That was the Red Dragons coaching debut for Steve Beville, who played and assisted at Washington College in the 1980s. He has a fine attack duo in Ryan Heath (50 goals, 32 assists)
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
PHILADELPHIA -- After a one-year absence, Le Moyne College returned to the top of NCAA Division II men's lacrosse yesterday with a 12-5 victory over fellow New York state school Dowling in the championship game at Lincoln Financial Field. Le Moyne completed an 18-0 season. It won the 2004 national championship, but lost to Limestone in the semifinals last season. All-America Dolphins attackman Mike McDonald (four goals) was named the Most Outstanding Player of the game. Le Moyne steadily pulled away from the Golden Lions (12-2)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 29, 2005
When it comes to Division II men's lacrosse in recent years, the one thing fans have been able to count on is Limestone playing for the national championship. The Saints (15-1) will appear in their sixth consecutive title game and go for their third national crown as they take on New York Tech (9-2) today at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. It's not just the championships (2000, 2002) and second-place finishes that are impressive for the program from Gaffney, S.C. It's that the team succeeds in a region in which the only two seasons are football and spring football, and that it does so with the expectation each May that its coach might soon be gone.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2004
A quiet love for football has carried Joel Gamble through many obstacles, from his days as a youth league reject to his current status as a highly regarded 6-foot-3, 255-pound senior tight end for Shippensburg University. First, it was the city of Baltimore that told Gamble he was too heavy to play organized football. He said he struggled to develop his game at his high school, Carver, which went winless his senior year. Now, he has suddenly found himself being treated like a lineman at Shippensburg.
NEWS
May 28, 2007
WORLD U.S. and Iran to talk When U.S. and Iranian officials meet in Baghdad today in search of ways to bring stability to Iraq, both sides will have much to ask for, much they could offer - and only limited expectations for quick progress. At best, the rare direct talks may start a dialogue between longtime foes who view each other's involvement in Iraq as an unwelcome interference. PG 1A Moscow police detain activists Police detained gay rights activists, including European lawmakers, as they tried to present a letter to Moscows mayor.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 29, 2005
When it comes to Division II men's lacrosse in recent years, the one thing fans have been able to count on is Limestone playing for the national championship. The Saints (15-1) will appear in their sixth consecutive title game and go for their third national crown as they take on New York Tech (9-2) today at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. It's not just the championships (2000, 2002) and second-place finishes that are impressive for the program from Gaffney, S.C. It's that the team succeeds in a region in which the only two seasons are football and spring football, and that it does so with the expectation each May that its coach might soon be gone.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 31, 2004
Le Moyne's Brandon Spillett produced countless great plays during his team's 11-10 double-overtime win over Limestone for the Division II championship, but the junior attacker wouldn't go as far as to say he had owned opposing defender Clint Pitts. "I didn't feel that way on that first possession," Spillett said yesterday, recounting a near-record day that gave the Syracuse, N.Y., school its first title in any sport. "I was stripped clean." Perhaps it's humility. Spillett had already scored five goals for the Dolphins (16-0)
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2004
From the standpoints of Limestone and Le Moyne, today's Division II championship lacrosse game is for a title they should be defending. Last year, Limestone came to Baltimore hoping to follow up on its 2002 national title, only to head back to Gaffney, S.C., with a 9-4 loss to New York Tech. Just the week before the Saints' defeat, Le Moyne's Dolphins led Tech by a goal with one minute remaining in the national semifinals before being penalized for an illegal stick. That led to a game-tying goal, followed by the end of Le Moyne's season.
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