Collegiate All-Stars vs. Team USA Game Photos

This weekend as a precursor to the MLL Draft a team of collegiate all-stars played team USA. The collegiate all-stars was made up of players from all over the country at just about every level. Some players included were Connor Martin (Chapman), Brian Phipps (Maryland), Ken Clausen (Virginia), Jim Connolly (UMass), Michael Kimmel (Hopkins), Max Quinzani (Duke), Chris Daniello (Syracuse) and Nick Tsouris (Yale) just to name a few. Kimmel was spotted playing with his chrome head. The college all-stars ended up winning the game 12-11.

Team USA looked good nonetheless with flashy jerseys, striped socks and Warrior Burn cleats. [Photographs Courtesy John Cinosky]

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  2. john on June 8, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    Kimmel was rokin that chrome head yet again

  3. yoyoha on June 8, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    they did sell tickets, they were $5

  4. Adam on June 7, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Glad to see that an MCLA player is there.

  5. barn on June 7, 2010 at 12:31 pm

    i could be way off base here.. and i’m sure i’ll be corrected right away but why wouldn’t they put something like this on t.v? or sell tickets to it, nacho sales alone could’ve put sticks in 20 kids hands from any of the inner-city lacrosse start up programs.

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