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Hounds Finish Inaugural Season With A Win; Other Results

The Charlotte Hounds won the final game of their inaugural 2012 season Saturday night, beating the Rochester Rattlers 15-14 in front of a crowd of 6,034 at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte. Matt Danowski was name Bud Light Player of the Game for his five point performance which included two 2-point goals. Read More…

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LXM ATS 619 Video Highlights


Lacrosse icon Kyle Harrison dominated the second LXM Pro Tour event of the season, LXM ATS 619, with a seven-point performance that included six goals and an assist. The Baltimore, MD native, whose career has been punctuated with every championship and award that can be had in the sport, now has eleven points through this season’s first two LXM Pro Tour events. Read More…

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Denver Uses Early Run to Defeat Machine, 17-13


DENVER, Colo. – Led by a season-high four goals from rookie attackman Chris Bocklet, the Denver Outlaws used a strong start to earn a 17-13 Major League Lacrosse victory over the Ohio Machine in front of an MLL-record 30,128 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Wednesday afternoon. Read More…

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Old School Edges Young Guns in Shootout, 18-17


PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. – Another year, another nail-biter in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game. Led by midfielder Stephen Berger of the Charlotte Hounds, the Old School All-Stars rallied to earn an 18-17 victory over the Young Guns All-Stars in the 2012 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game presented by Moe’s Southwest Grill at FAU Stadium on Saturday evening. Read More…

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A letter to Quint Kessenich: Stop the Hypocrisy


The other day, over at Inside Lacrosse, Quint Kessenich wrote a letter to Major League Lacrosse where he criticized unsportsmanlike behavior in the league and implored the MLL to clean up the game. Normally, when we hear Quint’s voice it is like listening to the teacher on Charlie Brown – we just hear “wah wah, wah wah wah wah.” But this time we heard something else – hypocrisy. Read More…

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Cannons’ Second Half Effort Leads to 16-8 Win; More MLL Results


During the first six weeks of the Major League Lacrosse season, the Boston Cannons’ offense played a major role in the team’s success. However, it was the defense’s turn on Saturday night as the Cannons limited Charlotte to just six goals en route to a 16-8 victory over the Hounds in front of 7,034 fans at American Legion Memorial Stadium. Read More…

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Roman Lao-Gosney Picked Up By Hamilton Nationals


BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Former Lehigh midfielder Roman Lao-Gosney was claimed by the Hamilton Nationals Wednesday as part of the Major League Lacrosse Waiver Wire. Lao-Gosney enjoyed a stellar senior season, earning Third Team All-America honors after posting a career-high 26 points (20 goals, six assists). Teams had the opportunity to place waiver claims on anyone not selected in the 2012 Collegiate Draft and who registered for the MLL Player Pool. Read More…

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Pro Lacrosse Player Ryan Flanagan Joins NOW Energy Bar As Newest Member Of Team NOW

Ryan Flanagan

Charlotte, NC (May 11, 2011) – NOW Energy Bar announces the addition of pro lacrosse player Ryan Flanagan to its growing roster of NOW athletes. Ryan is the first lacrosse pro to join Team NOW, which is comprised of top athletes from a variety of sports including cycling, running, mountain biking, mountain climbing, BMX riding, surfing and triathlon. Read More…

New Professional Indoor Lacrosse League To Launch

The Professional Lacrosse League is a new pro indoor league that will start at the end of September 2012, in four cities. There will be two teams in Pennsylvania (cities to be announced soon), a team in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a team in Jacksonville, Florida. Each team’s roster will be made up of the best professional US lacrosse players, many who play in the premier outdoor league, Major League Lacrosse, during their summer season. Read More…

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Chris Garrity Retires from the MLL


ANNAPOLIS, MD – Chesapeake Bayhawks’ goalie Chris Garrity has announced his official retirement from Major League Lacrosse (MLL) today, January 19th 2012. The Pennsylvania State University graduate boasts an All-Star nomination, five play-off berths, and a 2010 MLL Championship Title over his nine year career in the league. Read More…

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