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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
Ryan Powell nearly wound up playing lacrosse at Loyola College. He liked the people at Evergreen, but the real attraction was that a particular someone wasn't there."
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By Eric Rhew and Eric Rhew,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 23, 2004
SEATTLE - Attackman Mark Millon scored four goals, including the first two-point tally of his Major League Lacrosse career, to lead the Baltimore Bayhawks to a season-opening 24-18 victory over the Rochester Rattlers in front of 9,136 at Seahawks Stadium last night. Led by Millon, the Bayhawks' offense ignited for 19 goals, including five two-point markers, which tied the MLL record. Boston had scored five two-pointers against Bridgeport on July 27, 2002. Millon teamed up with midfielder Gary Gait to give Baltimore a quick 2-0 lead in the first 1:50 of the game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Still two months from the Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft, the Bayhawks announced yesterday that they are planning to select Syracuse senior attackman Michael Powell with the first overall pick. Powell, a three-time All-American and Attackman of the Year, is on pace to lead the No. 3 Orangemen in scoring for a fourth straight year and is just 34 points short of topping his brothers, Casey and Ryan Powell, and becoming the all-time leading scorer in Syracuse history. The draft will be held at Sacred Heart University (Conn.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 7, 2004
Still two months from the Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft, the Bayhawks announced yesterday that they are planning to select Syracuse senior attackman Michael Powell with the first overall pick. Powell, a three-time All-American and Attackman of the Year, is on pace to lead the No. 3 Orangemen in scoring for a fourth straight year and is just 34 points short of topping his brothers, Casey and Ryan Powell, and becoming the all-time leading scorer in Syracuse history. The draft will be held at Sacred Heart University (Conn.
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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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By Eric Rhew and Eric Rhew,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 23, 2004
SEATTLE - Attackman Mark Millon scored four goals, including the first two-point tally of his Major League Lacrosse career, to lead the Baltimore Bayhawks to a season-opening 24-18 victory over the Rochester Rattlers in front of 9,136 at Seahawks Stadium last night. Led by Millon, the Bayhawks' offense ignited for 19 goals, including five two-point markers, which tied the MLL record. Boston had scored five two-pointers against Bridgeport on July 27, 2002. Millon teamed up with midfielder Gary Gait to give Baltimore a quick 2-0 lead in the first 1:50 of the game.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 29, 1998
Senior All-American Casey Powell scored six goals and had an assist in leading top-ranked Syracuse to a 14-8 win yesterday over Brown.Sophomore Ryan Powell collected a career-high five assists to go along with a goal.Behind two goals each from Powell and Ian Vanterpool, the Orangemen (5-0) had a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter. The Bears (0-5) closed to 7-3 at halftime but never trailed by less than seven goals the rest of the way.Syracuse took control in the third quarter by outscoring Brown 4-1, including three goals by Casey Powell, to extend its lead to 11-4.
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By Bill Free | May 20, 2000
NCAA men's quarterfinals No.1 Syracuse (12-1) vs. Georgetown (12-2) Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J. Time: 1 p.m. TV: HTS Skinny: Syracuse is loaded in every phase of the game, from high-scoring senior attackman Ryan Powell (35 goals, 43 assists for nation-leading average of 6 points a game) to exceptional goalkeeper Rob Mulligan, who enters the NCAA tournament ranked fourth in the nation in save percentage(.635) and fifth in goals-against average (7.76). It has only been two weeks since Syracuse closed out its regular season with a 24-16 pounding of Georgetown at the Carrier Dome.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - It was a simple lacrosse game for top-seeded Syracuse yesterday against a charged-up Georgetown team. Just ride on cruise control until the fourth quarter, then turn the game over to gifted senior All-America attackman Ryan Powell, who would break the Hoyas' hearts with two goals and one assist en route to a 17-13 victory and an 18th consecutive trip to the NCAA Final Four. Powell's first goal of the fourth quarter was a classic and shoved the Orangemen ahead, 14-11, with 8:48 left.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 15, 1998
Johns Hopkins' Dave Marks and A. J. Haugen sat side-by-side after the game, each staring at the floor with a hollow look and seemingly fuming inside.Flashing before them were the three chances to tie Syracuse in )) the final two minutes. And one by one, the replays remained the same -- Hopkins self-destructed.An overthrown ball. Offsides. Illegal procedure.Those three mental mistakes sealed the defeat as No. 5 Hopkins bowed to top-ranked Syracuse, 14-13, yesterday before 4,234 at Homewood Field.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2000
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - It was a simple lacrosse game for top-seeded Syracuse yesterday against a charged-up Georgetown team. Just ride on cruise control until the fourth quarter, then turn the game over to gifted senior All-America attackman Ryan Powell, who would break the Hoyas' hearts with two goals and one assist en route to a 17-13 victory and an 18th consecutive trip to the NCAA Final Four. Powell's first goal of the fourth quarter was a classic and shoved the Orangemen ahead, 14-11, with 8:48 left.
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By Bill Free | May 20, 2000
NCAA men's quarterfinals No.1 Syracuse (12-1) vs. Georgetown (12-2) Site: Rutgers Stadium, Piscataway, N.J. Time: 1 p.m. TV: HTS Skinny: Syracuse is loaded in every phase of the game, from high-scoring senior attackman Ryan Powell (35 goals, 43 assists for nation-leading average of 6 points a game) to exceptional goalkeeper Rob Mulligan, who enters the NCAA tournament ranked fourth in the nation in save percentage(.635) and fifth in goals-against average (7.76). It has only been two weeks since Syracuse closed out its regular season with a 24-16 pounding of Georgetown at the Carrier Dome.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2000
Virginia and Syracuse ended the 1999 season as the class of the NCAA, then began the 2000 season with an identical look. And nothing has happened throughout the spring to alter that perception. With all due respect to the other 10 teams comprising the 30th annual Division I men's lacrosse championship tournament, are the next three rounds of single-elimination action - starting with a first-round doubleheader today at Hobart - merely a prelude to the inevitable? Is anyone capable of disrupting the collision course that Virginia and Syracuse appear destined to travel?
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2000
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Third-ranked Johns Hopkins nearly completed an amazing comeback in the final minute against top-ranked Syracuse last night, but in the end the Blue Jays needed one more second on the clock. For an instant, the Blue Jays thought they had forced overtime before 7,711 shocked spectators at the Carrier Dome. Attackman Bobby Benson appeared to score a game-tying goal on the crease. But officials ruled that time had expired, leaving Hopkins with a 13-12 defeat to think about during a six-hour bus ride back to Baltimore.
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By PAUL MCMULLEN and PAUL MCMULLEN,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1998
Ryan Powell nearly wound up playing lacrosse at Loyola College. He liked the people at Evergreen, but the real attraction was that a particular someone wasn't there."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 17, 1998
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Virginia now understands the magic of Casey Powell.A Syracuse senior attackman, he broke the school career record for points with a slick behind-the-back shot, jump-starting a game-ending nine-goal run as the third-seeded Orangemen blindsided the sixth-seeded Cavaliers, 17-14, yesterday before 8,841 at Hofstra Stadium.Syracuse (11-2) advanced to its 16th straight Final Four, where the Orangemen will meet Princeton, the two-time defending national champion."I think that goal got the crowd into it, and all the players started to feel the emotion," said Ryan Powell, Casey's brother, who had five goals and two assists.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 17, 1998
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Virginia now understands the magic of Casey Powell.A Syracuse senior attackman, he broke the school career record for points with a slick behind-the-back shot, jump-starting a game-ending nine-goal run as the third-seeded Orangemen blindsided the sixth-seeded Cavaliers, 17-14, yesterday before 8,841 at Hofstra Stadium.Syracuse (11-2) advanced to its 16th straight Final Four, where the Orangemen will meet Princeton, the two-time defending national champion."I think that goal got the crowd into it, and all the players started to feel the emotion," said Ryan Powell, Casey's brother, who had five goals and two assists.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2000
Virginia and Syracuse ended the 1999 season as the class of the NCAA, then began the 2000 season with an identical look. And nothing has happened throughout the spring to alter that perception. With all due respect to the other 10 teams comprising the 30th annual Division I men's lacrosse championship tournament, are the next three rounds of single-elimination action - starting with a first-round doubleheader today at Hobart - merely a prelude to the inevitable? Is anyone capable of disrupting the collision course that Virginia and Syracuse appear destined to travel?
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 29, 1998
Senior All-American Casey Powell scored six goals and had an assist in leading top-ranked Syracuse to a 14-8 win yesterday over Brown.Sophomore Ryan Powell collected a career-high five assists to go along with a goal.Behind two goals each from Powell and Ian Vanterpool, the Orangemen (5-0) had a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter. The Bears (0-5) closed to 7-3 at halftime but never trailed by less than seven goals the rest of the way.Syracuse took control in the third quarter by outscoring Brown 4-1, including three goals by Casey Powell, to extend its lead to 11-4.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 15, 1998
Johns Hopkins' Dave Marks and A. J. Haugen sat side-by-side after the game, each staring at the floor with a hollow look and seemingly fuming inside.Flashing before them were the three chances to tie Syracuse in )) the final two minutes. And one by one, the replays remained the same -- Hopkins self-destructed.An overthrown ball. Offsides. Illegal procedure.Those three mental mistakes sealed the defeat as No. 5 Hopkins bowed to top-ranked Syracuse, 14-13, yesterday before 4,234 at Homewood Field.
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