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By CHRISTIAN EWELL | June 3, 2006
Matchup -- Bayhawks (1-1) at Denver Outlaws (2-0) Site -- Invesco Field, Denver Time -- 9:30 p.m. Outlook -- Tonight marks the second straight game against an expansion franchise for the Bayhawks, who defeated the Chicago Machine, 19-16, last Saturday. Mark Millon scored six goals for Baltimore, earning MLL's Offensive Player of the Week honors. The team also got two goals and three assists from midfielder Justin Redd. With six former Bayhawks on their active roster - including 2005 starters Josh Sims, Lee Zink and Trevor Tierney - Denver has outscored its opponents 39-25 in its first two games, beating San Francisco, 15-11, last weekend.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Fairfield will announce intentions to join the Colonial Athletic Association as an affiliate member in men's lacrosse for the 2015 season, sources said. On June 4, Fairfield athletic director Gene Doris issued a statement saying that the Stags would explore their options for a new conference for men's lacrosse. “Fairfield is committed to continuing that ascent and will explore all options available to secure our place amongst the upper tier of Division I lacrosse,” Doris said in the statement.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 11, 2002
PERTH, Australia -- Twelve players scored for the United States in a 21-3 victory over England yesterday in the International Lacrosse Federation world championship at the UWA Sports Park. The Americans finished pool play with a 4-0 record in the Blue Division and advanced to the semifinals, where they will play the winner of today's play-in game between Japan, the Red Division winner, and the Iroquois Nationals, the fourth-place team from the Blue Division. The semifinals will be tomorrow.
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By DAVID SELIG and DAVID SELIG,SUN REPORTER | July 22, 2006
In their pre-game notes, the Bayhawks include a feature called "This Time Last Year," which serves as a reminder of the team that won its second Major League Lacrosse championship last summer and was considered to have one of the greatest professional rosters of all time. But it also illuminates how frustrating this season has been. The Bayhawks (3-5) have matched their highest loss total in the franchise's six years and likely will miss the playoffs for the first time. A team that set a league record with a 31-9 win last June struggled through a 9-6 loss last month in the lowest-scoring game in MLL history.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 13, 2002
PERTH, Australia - Kevin Lowe (Princeton '94) scored four goals and had an assist yesterday, leading the United States past the Iroquois Nationals, 18-8, and into tomorrow's International Lacrosse Federation World Championship game. Canada rallied from a five-goal, first-quarter deficit and then hung on to beat host Australia, 15-14, in yesterday's other semifinal. A six-goal run yielded a 14-11, fourth-quarter lead before Canada clinched the win. Seven first-half saves by goalie Trevor Tierney (Princeton '01)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 17, 1998
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Princeton coach Bill Tierney has a way of putting games in perspective. And when the Tigers seemed lethargic in the first half, he voiced that perspective a little louder.Two-time defending Princeton responded immediately in the second half with a stifling defense and strong moves to the goal to beat No. 7 Duke, 11-9, in an NCAA quarterfinal game at Hofstra Stadium yesterday.The Tigers (12-1) erased a two-goal deficit by scoring the first five goals after halftime and held the Blue Devils (11-4)
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By Kate Crandall and Kate Crandall,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2005
The sharpshooting Bayhawks continued their high-scoring ways in a 31-9 victory over the Philadelphia Barrage yesterday at Johnny Unitas Stadium, wiping out three league records in the process. Breaking their record for margin of victory (16 goals) set last week, the Bayhawks (3-0) also racked up the single-game records for points (31) and goals (28). After three games, they lead the league in average points scored (25.3) and points against (9.6). In a game that in many ways resembled last week's dismantling of the New Jersey Pride, the Bayhawks took a commanding lead after the first five minutes.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2003
In the three-year history of Major League Lacrosse, it has become one of the Bayhawks' trademarks. The bigger the game, the better the Bayhawks play. Never was that any more evident than last night. Avoiding their first three-game losing streak and regaining their usual position atop the National Division were the rewards for the Bayhawks. They put together a fine, all-around effort and sweated out some anxious moments late to beat the Pride, 14-13, before an announced crowd of 3,208 at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2002
You could hardly blame the Bayhawks if they're feeling a bit snake-bitten these days. For the second straight week, steady rain and a threat of thunderstorms marred one of their home dates and was seemingly the cause of an announced crowd of 2,173 at Ravens Stadium last night. But all continues to be well on the field for the Bayhawks, who improved to 2-0 with an 18-11 victory over the New Jersey Pride in a Nationals Division matchup last night. The Bayhawks erased a two-goal first-half deficit, outscoring the Pride 8-2 in the third quarter before putting New Jersey away in the fourth, thanks to several point-blank saves by Greg Cattrano - who made 19 saves in all - and an unrelenting offense.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2000
Led by a youthful defense that played like veterans and an unlikely scoring star in junior attackman Matt Striebel, the No. 4 Princeton Tigers took an early lead and never trailed, while dealing No. 3 Johns Hopkins a 15-11 defeat before 6,292 yesterday at Homewood Field. In the lacrosse season opener for both teams, Princeton gave the Blue Jays plenty to worry about, as they begin preparations for a rough, three-game stretch on the road, starting with Saturday's date at Hofstra, then continuing with games at Syracuse and Virginia.
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By CHRISTIAN EWELL | June 3, 2006
Matchup -- Bayhawks (1-1) at Denver Outlaws (2-0) Site -- Invesco Field, Denver Time -- 9:30 p.m. Outlook -- Tonight marks the second straight game against an expansion franchise for the Bayhawks, who defeated the Chicago Machine, 19-16, last Saturday. Mark Millon scored six goals for Baltimore, earning MLL's Offensive Player of the Week honors. The team also got two goals and three assists from midfielder Justin Redd. With six former Bayhawks on their active roster - including 2005 starters Josh Sims, Lee Zink and Trevor Tierney - Denver has outscored its opponents 39-25 in its first two games, beating San Francisco, 15-11, last weekend.
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By Kate Crandall and Kate Crandall,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2005
The sharpshooting Bayhawks continued their high-scoring ways in a 31-9 victory over the Philadelphia Barrage yesterday at Johnny Unitas Stadium, wiping out three league records in the process. Breaking their record for margin of victory (16 goals) set last week, the Bayhawks (3-0) also racked up the single-game records for points (31) and goals (28). After three games, they lead the league in average points scored (25.3) and points against (9.6). In a game that in many ways resembled last week's dismantling of the New Jersey Pride, the Bayhawks took a commanding lead after the first five minutes.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 27, 2003
In the three-year history of Major League Lacrosse, it has become one of the Bayhawks' trademarks. The bigger the game, the better the Bayhawks play. Never was that any more evident than last night. Avoiding their first three-game losing streak and regaining their usual position atop the National Division were the rewards for the Bayhawks. They put together a fine, all-around effort and sweated out some anxious moments late to beat the Pride, 14-13, before an announced crowd of 3,208 at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 13, 2002
PERTH, Australia - Kevin Lowe (Princeton '94) scored four goals and had an assist yesterday, leading the United States past the Iroquois Nationals, 18-8, and into tomorrow's International Lacrosse Federation World Championship game. Canada rallied from a five-goal, first-quarter deficit and then hung on to beat host Australia, 15-14, in yesterday's other semifinal. A six-goal run yielded a 14-11, fourth-quarter lead before Canada clinched the win. Seven first-half saves by goalie Trevor Tierney (Princeton '01)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 11, 2002
PERTH, Australia -- Twelve players scored for the United States in a 21-3 victory over England yesterday in the International Lacrosse Federation world championship at the UWA Sports Park. The Americans finished pool play with a 4-0 record in the Blue Division and advanced to the semifinals, where they will play the winner of today's play-in game between Japan, the Red Division winner, and the Iroquois Nationals, the fourth-place team from the Blue Division. The semifinals will be tomorrow.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | June 14, 2002
You could hardly blame the Bayhawks if they're feeling a bit snake-bitten these days. For the second straight week, steady rain and a threat of thunderstorms marred one of their home dates and was seemingly the cause of an announced crowd of 2,173 at Ravens Stadium last night. But all continues to be well on the field for the Bayhawks, who improved to 2-0 with an 18-11 victory over the New Jersey Pride in a Nationals Division matchup last night. The Bayhawks erased a two-goal first-half deficit, outscoring the Pride 8-2 in the third quarter before putting New Jersey away in the fourth, thanks to several point-blank saves by Greg Cattrano - who made 19 saves in all - and an unrelenting offense.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Fairfield will announce intentions to join the Colonial Athletic Association as an affiliate member in men's lacrosse for the 2015 season, sources said. On June 4, Fairfield athletic director Gene Doris issued a statement saying that the Stags would explore their options for a new conference for men's lacrosse. “Fairfield is committed to continuing that ascent and will explore all options available to secure our place amongst the upper tier of Division I lacrosse,” Doris said in the statement.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2000
Led by a youthful defense that played like veterans and an unlikely scoring star in junior attackman Matt Striebel, the No. 4 Princeton Tigers took an early lead and never trailed, while dealing No. 3 Johns Hopkins a 15-11 defeat before 6,292 yesterday at Homewood Field. In the lacrosse season opener for both teams, Princeton gave the Blue Jays plenty to worry about, as they begin preparations for a rough, three-game stretch on the road, starting with Saturday's date at Hofstra, then continuing with games at Syracuse and Virginia.
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