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The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
The Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse announced Monday that Archbishop Spalding boys lacrosse coach Bear Davis will take over as head coach. Davis, who is also associate athletic director at Archbishop Spalding, replaces Ted Garber for the remaining six games of the season. With a record of 1-7, the Machine is a combined 3-19 through its first two seasons in the league. “Our plan has been, and continues to be, to build around the great, young talent that we've assembled on our roster, but the progression from game to game just hasn't been there, and we have to expect better as an organization,” said Machine president and general manager John Algie . “We want to thank Ted Garber for his dedication to the team and for the passion he has shown for the players these past two seasons.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Archbishop Spalding has hired Brian Phipps to be its new boys lacrosse coach, the school's athletic director Jeff Parsons announced Monday. Phipps replaces former coach Kenneth "Bear" Davis, who went 25-31 in three seasons before accepting a full-time position with Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine. Phipps, a Severn and 2010 Maryland graduate, spent the past two years as an assistant coach at Georgetown University. At Maryland, he was a four-year starter in goal and earned All-American honors as a senior.
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Sports Digest | January 15, 2014
Lacrosse Bayhawks make trade to bring Peyser home The Chesapeake Bayhawks acquired Major League Lacrosse standout and former Johns Hopkins midfielder Stephen Peyser on Tuesday in a trade with the Ohio Machine. The Machine will receive the Bayhawks' 2015 second-round college draft pick as well as their 2015 first-round supplemental draft pick. Peyser, a six-year veteran in the league, has played in a total of 70 games, scoring 103 goals and assisting on 18. Peyser, 6 feet 2, played 13 games for the New York Lizards, scoring 13 goals and adding two assists.
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Sports Digest | July 5, 2014
Lacrosse Walters' 8 points not enough for Bayhawks Midfielder Joe Walters (Maryland) had four goals and four assists for the second straight game, but the Chesapeake Bayhawks lost, 16-14, to the host Ohio Machine on Friday. Midfielder Ben Hunt (Severna Park) added two goals and two assists for last-place Chesapeake (3-7), which committed 21 turnovers and is in last place in Major League Lacrosse. "I thought we gave one away. We gave it away on both ends of the field," Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle said.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2012
US Lacrosse today announced the U.S. men's national team roster for the Sunday, Jan. 27 exhibition against defending NCAA champion Loyola at the Champion Challenge. Scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., the eighth annual event will be the first in which the Team USA men take on the defending NCAA champion. Team USA also will face 2012 NCAA semifinalist Notre Dame on Jan. 26, with Jacksonville University also scheduled to participate in the event.
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July 22, 2012
After a hotly contested opening half, the Chesapeake Bayhawks took advantage of a 2-point goal by Ben Rubeor (Loyola High) just three minutes into the third quarter to propel them to an 11-7 Major League Lacrosse victory over the host Ohio Machine on Saturday night. With the win, Chesapeake became the first team to clinch a playoff spot. The teams went into halftime tied at 4, but Rubeor set the tone for a big second half for the Bayhawks (9-2), who extended their first-place lead to a full game over the Denver Outlaws.
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From Sun staff reports | July 23, 2012
Chesapeake Bayhawks goalie Kip Turner (Severn) was named Major League Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week for the second time this season after making 16 saves in an 11-7 win over the host Ohio Machine on Saturday night that clinched a spot in next month's playoffs. “Kip has made a tremendous impact to our team,” coach Dave Cottle said. “He is an excellent clearer and he has been very solid between the pipes. His greatest attribute this year has been the timing of his saves.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Archbishop Spalding has hired Brian Phipps to be its new boys lacrosse coach, the school's athletic director Jeff Parsons announced Monday. Phipps replaces former coach Kenneth "Bear" Davis, who went 25-31 in three seasons before accepting a full-time position with Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine. Phipps, a Severn and 2010 Maryland graduate, spent the past two years as an assistant coach at Georgetown University. At Maryland, he was a four-year starter in goal and earned All-American honors as a senior.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
After Saturday's contest at No. 11 Maryland, Colgate will retire to the offseason, and senior attackman Peter Baum will graduate and begin the next stage of his life. One of his pursuits would be to help continue the growth of lacrosse in his native state of Oregon. The Portland native refined his talent at Lincoln High School and with the West Coast Starz. The first player west of the Mississippi River to win the Tewaaraton Award, Baum is one of several Division I players from Oregon, including Drexel senior midfielder Aaron Prosser and Syracuse redshirt sophomore midfielder Henry Schoonmaker.
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From Sun news services | August 14, 2012
Boston Cannons attackman Paul Rabil had two goals, including a two-pointer, and an assist Saturday in a 17-15 win over the Ohio Machine, giving him the new Major League Lacrosse single-season points record of 72. Rabil, who won two NCAA championships at Johns Hopkins, received credit for the assist during a review after the game, which was the regular-season finale for the Cannons. The league confirmed the record Monday, lifting Rabil past the 71 points that current Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman John Grant Jr. scored in 2007 with the Rochester Rattlers.
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By Aaron Dodson, The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2014
It was a battle of two eerily similar teams. Heading into Saturday's game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the Chesapeake Bayhawks and Ohio Machine - both 1-3 - sat at the bottom of the Major League Lacrosse standings. Both teams had struggled to put points on the scoreboard this season, as Chesapeake had netted a league-low 38 goals and Ohio scored just 45. Each team was looking to get back on track by ending a losing streak, and the Machine emerged as the team to do so, defeating Chesapeake, 15-11, to improve to 2-3 and pick up its first win since the season opener April 26. It was the first time Ohio beat the Bayhawks (1-4)
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Sports Digest | January 15, 2014
Lacrosse Bayhawks make trade to bring Peyser home The Chesapeake Bayhawks acquired Major League Lacrosse standout and former Johns Hopkins midfielder Stephen Peyser on Tuesday in a trade with the Ohio Machine. The Machine will receive the Bayhawks' 2015 second-round college draft pick as well as their 2015 first-round supplemental draft pick. Peyser, a six-year veteran in the league, has played in a total of 70 games, scoring 103 goals and assisting on 18. Peyser, 6 feet 2, played 13 games for the New York Lizards, scoring 13 goals and adding two assists.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2013
Former Johns Hopkins All-American Kyle Harrison is helping to bring together the world's greatest black lacrosse players to form the Sankofa Lacrosse Alliance, aimed at promoting academic, professional and social achievement for the next generation of lacrosse players. “We have all been in the situation where we were the only black player on a team,” said Harrison, a Friends graduate who won the 2005 Tewaaraton Award as the nation's top player. “It's about celebrating how far the sport has come, and to show young black players that there are other players that look just like them playing this sport at a very high level.” On Oct. 25, the Ambassadors team - made up of African-American professional and recent college players - will scrimmage against Brown University and Team England in Providence, R.I. “We've each been approached about the idea of starting an all-black team numerous times,” said co-organizer Chazz Woodson, a midfielder for Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2013
US Lacrosse has announced that ESPN will broadcast the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship across its networks. As many as 40 nations are expected to participate in the event July 10-19, 2014, at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. ESPN will provide unprecedented coverage of the world championships, showing about 60 games across its networks and via ESPN3. The semifinals and championship game will be televised live on ESPNU, and all U.S. team games will be included in the package.
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From Sun staff and news services | July 11, 2013
Katie Schwarzmann (Century, Maryland), Kelly Berger (Hammond) and Ally Carey (John Carroll) scored two goals apiece as Team USA opened round-robin play in the Federation of International Lacrosse Women's World Cup with a 17-7 win over England in Oshawa, Ontario, on Thursday night. Team USA, which led 13-2 at the half, got goals from 11 players; Carey was named Player of the Match. Megan Huether (Maryvale Prep) made two of Team USA's seven saves. England scored first as Laura Merrifield (Maryland)
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By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2013
Last week, Baltimore Sun sports intern Aaron Kasinitz profiled Bear Davis, the Archbishop Spalding coach who was named head coach of Major League Lacrosse's Ohio Machine . It's an interesting story, well worth the read. What's not mentioned, though, is that the last-place Machine happen to be missing a player they thought could elevate the upstart franchise. With the first pick in this year's draft, the Machine selected Peter Baum out of Colgate. But Baum's out West, spending time in his hometown of Portland and preparing to move to Southern California to begin a marketing job for lacrosse apparel maker Adrenaline, which happens to be the parent company of LXM Pro, the other "pro" lacrosse entity in the country.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2012
Because of a hazing incident, the Vanderbiltwomen's lacrosse team has withdrawn from the Navy Fall Invitational, where it was scheduled to play Oct. 13, according to a spokesperson in the school's athletic department. The Commodores were required by the department to miss one scheduled contest as a penalty. The sanction will not have an impact on Vanderbilt's 2013 season. Based on an internal departmental review, Vanderbilt determined its varsity women's tennis and women's lacrosse teams recently engaged in separate events that rise to the level of hazing.
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From Sun staff and news services | July 11, 2013
Katie Schwarzmann (Century, Maryland), Kelly Berger (Hammond) and Ally Carey (John Carroll) scored two goals apiece as Team USA opened round-robin play in the Federation of International Lacrosse Women's World Cup with a 17-7 win over England in Oshawa, Ontario, on Thursday night. Team USA, which led 13-2 at the half, got goals from 11 players; Carey was named Player of the Match. Megan Huether (Maryvale Prep) made two of Team USA's seven saves. England scored first as Laura Merrifield (Maryland)
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The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
The Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse announced Monday that Archbishop Spalding boys lacrosse coach Bear Davis will take over as head coach. Davis, who is also associate athletic director at Archbishop Spalding, replaces Ted Garber for the remaining six games of the season. With a record of 1-7, the Machine is a combined 3-19 through its first two seasons in the league. “Our plan has been, and continues to be, to build around the great, young talent that we've assembled on our roster, but the progression from game to game just hasn't been there, and we have to expect better as an organization,” said Machine president and general manager John Algie . “We want to thank Ted Garber for his dedication to the team and for the passion he has shown for the players these past two seasons.
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Inside Lacrosse | May 23, 2013
At first-year program Richmond, sources said that Dan Chemotti has hired Loyola director of lacrosse operations Steve Layne . Layne, who was a defender for the Greyhounds during Chemotti's tenure, held the DOO position for the 2013 season. He's also the older brother of Chris Layne , a midfielder who just finished his career at Loyola. Chemotti, who was hired to lead the Spiders in October, ran the national champion Greyhounds' offense that averaged 12.05 goals per game and finished sixth in offensive efficiency in 2012.
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