Shootout for Soldiers, 24 Hour Lacrosse Game to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project

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A group of local, high school students has organized what stands to be a world-record breaking event called Shootout for Soldiers. The Shootout is a 24-hour lacrosse game with all proceeds going to support the Wounded Warrior Project in its effort to aid wounded US soldiers. The event, which will be held at The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland on June 14-15th, will seek to use the common platform of lacrosse to unite local area lacrosse players ages 10+ in the common benefit of the Wounded Warrior Project. Read More…

Steele Stanwick’s Amazing One-Handed Lacrosse Goal Against the Terps

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Virginia’s Steele Stanwick scored an incredible one-handed goal against Maryland Saturday. After drawing a slide and taking on two defenders, Stanwick somehow managed to get a good look at the goal and score. UVA ended up winning, 12-8. Read More…

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All Access with Virginia Lacrosse, Trailer for There and Back

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Follow the University of Virginia’s men’s lacrosse team as it journeys through the 2012 season attempting to reclaim the National Championship, which it achieved in an exciting and unlikely fashion in 2011. This all-access show will provide an inside look into one of the most successful and respected programs in recent memory, led by the NCAA’s all-time winningest Division I lacrosse coach, Dom Starsia. Read More…

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Steele Stanwick Feeds From His Back

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Steele Stanwick gets checked to the ground, cradles, and feeds Mark Cockerton from his back in the first quarter against Cornell Saturday. How does Stanwick do it over-and-over again? He’s one of the smallest people on the feed, yet, has the heart of an 8′ giant. If he’s Orion, then his team is Cedalion. Read More…

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Game Photos: Stanwick and Briggs Lift Cavaliers Past Cornell in Overtime

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BALTIMORE, Md. – Steele Stanwick found Colin Briggs in front of the crease to lift the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (7-0) to a 9-8 overtime win over the No. 3 Cornell Big Red (3-1) in front of 17,138 fans inside M&T Bank Stadium at Saturday’s Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. Virginia is now 4-0 all-time in the Face-Off Classic. Read More…

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UVA Cruises to Victory Over VMI Behind Stanwick’s Seven Points

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Steele Stanwick scored two goals and dished out five assists as the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (2-0) won its home opener for the fifth- straight year, defeating the VMI Keydets (0-3) on Tuesday evening, 19-5, inside Klöckner Stadium. Virginia now owns a 19-0 all-time record against its in-state opponent. Read More…

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2012 MLL Collegiate Draft Results

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Cornell University attackman Rob Pannell was picked with the first overall selection by the Long Island Lizards as Major League Lacrosse held the 2012 Collegiate Draft presented by Warrior on Friday night at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott. Read More…

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Starsia Announces Lacrosse Captains for 2012

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia head men’s lacrosse coach Dom Starsia announced that midfielder Colin Briggs, defenseman Chris Clements, midfielder Matt Kugler and attackman Steele Stanwick have been selected as team captains for the 2012 campaign. Read More…

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Virginia’s Game Winning Goal Against Carolina, and More



View Steele’s remarks about scoring the game winning goal Saturday, as well as the game’s highlights and more from around weekend. Keep Reading…

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Wells and Shack Stanwick Explain Their Lacrosse Sticks



We caught up with Wells (Hopkins) and Shack Stanwick after their heartbreaking 8-7 OT loss to Gilman Saturday. They were nice enough to explain why they use traditional stringing. The Stanwick family has single-handedly brought the leathers back.