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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
For the second straight game, the Bayhawks needed more than 60 minutes to decide an outcome. And for the second straight game Saturday, the Bayhawks lost in overtime - this time to the Hamilton Nationals before an announced 9,157 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Nationals midfielder Jordan Hall rifled a shot past Bayhawks goalie Kip Turner (Severn) 1:55 into overtime to give Hamilton a 12-11 victory in a game that was tied eight times. Attackman Matt Mackrides had a hat trick and sparked Chesapeake (3-2)
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By Aaron Kasinitz, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
For the second straight game, the Bayhawks needed more than 60 minutes to decide an outcome. And for the second straight game Saturday, the Bayhawks lost in overtime - this time to the Hamilton Nationals before an announced 9,157 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Nationals midfielder Jordan Hall rifled a shot past Bayhawks goalie Kip Turner (Severn) 1:55 into overtime to give Hamilton a 12-11 victory in a game that was tied eight times. Attackman Matt Mackrides had a hat trick and sparked Chesapeake (3-2)
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By Dave Rahme, Syracuse Post-Standard | April 30, 2011
With senior attackman Stephen Keogh scoring four goals, including one between his legs with his back to the cage, the No. 4 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team defeated No. 1 Notre Dame 11-8 Saturday night before a crowd of 14,751. It was the fourth-largest crowd in Carrier Dome history. In the process the Orange seniors earned the 58th victory since they arrived in the fall of 2008, surpassing the Class of '86 with the most victories by a senior class. They also became the first team to score double-digit goals this season on the Irish (10-1, 5-1 Big East)
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By Dave Rahme and Syracuse Post-Standard | April 30, 2011
With senior attackman Stephen Keogh scoring four goals, including one between his legs with his back to the cage, the No. 4 Syracuse University men's lacrosse team defeated No. 1 Notre Dame 11-8 Saturday night before a crowd of 14,751. It was the fourth-largest crowd in Carrier Dome history. In the process the Orange seniors earned the 58th victory since they arrived in the fall of 2008, surpassing the Class of '86 with the most victories by a senior class. They also became the first team to score double-digit goals this season on the Irish (10-1, 5-1 Big East)
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By Sports Digest | March 24, 2010
Junior attackman Stephen Keogh scored with 43 seconds left in overtime off a feed from Chris Daniello to give visiting No. 2 Syracuse (5-1) a 9-8 victory over Hobart (2-4) on Tuesday. Daniello and freshman JoJo Marasco paced the Orange with two goals and one assist each. Syracuse trailed 5-2 at halftime. More men's games: Christian Hain 's goal with 4:03 left broke a 9-all tie as Massachusetts upset No. 13 Brown, 11-10. Art Kell added a goal for the Minutemen (5-2)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
After tying a career high with five goals, the only thing Davey Emala could do was watch. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was powerless to prevent top-ranked Syracuse from winning the opening faceoff of overtime and scoring with 2 minutes, 19 seconds left to escape with a 9-8 victory over the No. 15 Hoyas in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "It's a difficult position to be in," Emala, a Baltimore native and Gilman graduate, said of watching Orange senior attackman Stephen Keogh play hero.
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By Edward Lee and edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 21, 2010
The beginning was the end for the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. The No. 8 Blue Jays took just three shots -- none on net -- in the first quarter, and No. 2 and reigning national champion Syracuse took advantage of a 3-0 run to cruise to a 10-7 victory before an announced 6,504 at Homewood Field on Saturday night. The first prime-time meeting between two of most storied programs in college lacrosse history -- the schools have combined for 20 NCAA championships and 34 tournament final appearances -- was anything but must-see TV for Johns Hopkins (4-3)
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 25, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - When it comes to overall depth, few teams can match Syracuse, and that will be the major factor in today's Division I championship game between No. 2 seed Syracuse and No. 5 Cornell. Syracuse (15-2) is loaded with talent, and the Orange loves to rotate players, even on attack. Cornell's first group can match Syracuse's first group, but after that the Orange has a major advantage. If Cornell (13-3) can control Syracuse on the transition and the pace of the game, then the Big Red has a shot.
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By Sports Digest | April 13, 2011
College lacrosse Top-ranked Syracuse upset at home by No. 9 Cornell, 11-6 No. 9 Cornell (9-2) handed top-ranked and host Syracuse (9-1) its first loss of the season, 11-6, on Tuesday night in a Central New York showdown. The Big Red took a 6-1 lead in the early moments of the second quarter, then kept a four-goal cushion for all but 1 minute, 21 seconds of the remaining 44:47. Rob Pannell led Cornell with three goals and three assists, but it was the defense that stood out, causing 14 of Syracuse's 20 turnovers and holding its top two offensive threats, Stephen Keogh and JoJo Marasco , to one combined assist.
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By Dave Rahme and The Post-Standard | March 20, 2011
GOOOAAAL! Jovan Miller said it was more of a "high-scoring soccer game" than a college lacrosse game. All it lacked was that announcer screaming "GOOOAAAL" on the rare occasions when the ball finally found the net. So there it is, at least in print. Dominated at the faceoff X the entire game, the top-ranked Syracuse University men's lacrosse team got into transition after winning the opening draw of the second sudden-death overtime period. Joel White picked up the groundball, flipped a pass to Jeremy Thompson, who raced toward the goal and dished to Stephen Keogh, who rifled a shot high into the net to propel the Orange to a 5-4 victory over No. 9 Johns Hopkins on Saturday night before a crowd of 8,241 in the Carrier Dome.
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By Sports Digest | April 13, 2011
College lacrosse Top-ranked Syracuse upset at home by No. 9 Cornell, 11-6 No. 9 Cornell (9-2) handed top-ranked and host Syracuse (9-1) its first loss of the season, 11-6, on Tuesday night in a Central New York showdown. The Big Red took a 6-1 lead in the early moments of the second quarter, then kept a four-goal cushion for all but 1 minute, 21 seconds of the remaining 44:47. Rob Pannell led Cornell with three goals and three assists, but it was the defense that stood out, causing 14 of Syracuse's 20 turnovers and holding its top two offensive threats, Stephen Keogh and JoJo Marasco , to one combined assist.
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By Dave Rahme and The Post-Standard | March 20, 2011
GOOOAAAL! Jovan Miller said it was more of a "high-scoring soccer game" than a college lacrosse game. All it lacked was that announcer screaming "GOOOAAAL" on the rare occasions when the ball finally found the net. So there it is, at least in print. Dominated at the faceoff X the entire game, the top-ranked Syracuse University men's lacrosse team got into transition after winning the opening draw of the second sudden-death overtime period. Joel White picked up the groundball, flipped a pass to Jeremy Thompson, who raced toward the goal and dished to Stephen Keogh, who rifled a shot high into the net to propel the Orange to a 5-4 victory over No. 9 Johns Hopkins on Saturday night before a crowd of 8,241 in the Carrier Dome.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2011
After tying a career high with five goals, the only thing Davey Emala could do was watch. The Georgetown sophomore attackman was powerless to prevent top-ranked Syracuse from winning the opening faceoff of overtime and scoring with 2 minutes, 19 seconds left to escape with a 9-8 victory over the No. 15 Hoyas in the first game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic at M&T Bank Stadium Saturday. "It's a difficult position to be in," Emala, a Baltimore native and Gilman graduate, said of watching Orange senior attackman Stephen Keogh play hero.
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By Sports Digest | March 24, 2010
Junior attackman Stephen Keogh scored with 43 seconds left in overtime off a feed from Chris Daniello to give visiting No. 2 Syracuse (5-1) a 9-8 victory over Hobart (2-4) on Tuesday. Daniello and freshman JoJo Marasco paced the Orange with two goals and one assist each. Syracuse trailed 5-2 at halftime. More men's games: Christian Hain 's goal with 4:03 left broke a 9-all tie as Massachusetts upset No. 13 Brown, 11-10. Art Kell added a goal for the Minutemen (5-2)
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 21, 2010
The beginning was the end for the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. The No. 8 Blue Jays took just three shots - none on net - in the first quarter, and No. 2 and reigning national champion Syracuse took advantage of a 3-0 run to cruise to a 10-7 victory before an announced 6,504 at Homewood Field on Saturday night. The first prime-time meeting between two of most storied programs in college lacrosse history - the schools have combined for 20 NCAA championships and 34 tournament final appearances - was anything but must-see TV for Johns Hopkins (4-3)
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By MIKE PRESTON | May 25, 2009
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - When it comes to overall depth, few teams can match Syracuse, and that will be the major factor in today's Division I championship game between No. 2 seed Syracuse and No. 5 Cornell. Syracuse (15-2) is loaded with talent, and the Orange loves to rotate players, even on attack. Cornell's first group can match Syracuse's first group, but after that the Orange has a major advantage. If Cornell (13-3) can control Syracuse on the transition and the pace of the game, then the Big Red has a shot.
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