Lacrosse Archive: June / July 2010
Poillon Has Keen Eye For Goal
Approximately halfway into the 2010 campaign, Chesapeake Bayhawks midfielder Peet Poillon is one of the league's most prolific point producers and his club's weapon of choice.
Q&A With Kyle Harrison
PressBox caught up with former Johns Hopkins midfielder and 2005 Tewaaraton Trophy winner Kyle Harrison at the recent Nike Elite Lacrosse Camp.
Lacrosse National Team Pulls Out Win Over Canada
Matched up against a familiar rival, the 2010 U.S. men’s lacrosse national team defeated Canada, 12-10, July 24 to capture gold at the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships.
Q&A With ESPN's Quint Kessenich
With the Major League Lacrosse season inching closer to the playoffs, PressBox caught up with ESPN analyst and former Johns Hopkins goalie Quint Kessenich to get his thoughts on the 2010 lacrosse season at the professional and college level.
Terps Look To Harvard Man To Fill Cottle’s Large Shoes
New University of Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman inherits a Terps team that should be among the nation's best again in 2011.
Denver Downs Chesapeake, 12-10
The Chesapeake Bayhawks fell to the Denver Outlaws, 12-10, for their third loss in a row.
Washington College Hires Former Terp Standout Jeff Shirk
Washington College in Chestertown, Md., has hired former University of Maryland standout Jeff Shirk as the school's next men’s lacrosse head coach.
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Bayhawks Fall To Nationals, 17-14
The Chesapeake Bayhawks dropped their second game in a row in a span of six days, losing to the Toronto Nationals, 17-14, June 24 at Navy-Marine Corp Memorial stadium.
Major League Lacrosse Announces 2010 All-Star Team
The 2010 Major League Lacrosse All-Star team features five Chesapeake Bayhawks: attackman Danny Glading, midfielders Matt Abbott and Peet Poillon, defenseman Michael Evans and goalie Chris Garrity.
Bayhawks Fall to Outlaws, 20-16
The Denver Outlaws traveled to Chesapeake June 19 and stunned the first-place Bayhawks, 20-16, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
It's Official: Tillman Signs Seven-Year Deal with Maryland
On June 16 the University of Maryland athletic department announced John Tillman as the ninth head coach of the men's lacrosse team. Tillman comes to College Park after three seasons as the head coach at Harvard University.
Rubeor Wants Bayhawks To Soar
Former Loyola-Blakefield and Virginia lacrosse star Ben Rubeor is hoping to help his Chesapeake Bayhawks team to the playoffs and beyond.
Reports: Tillman To Become Maryland Head Coach
According to several sources, Harvard University men's lacrosse coach John Tillman has agreed to become the new head coach for the University of Maryland men's lacrosse team.
Towson and Seaman Complete New Three-Year Deal
Towson University and men's lacrosse head coach Tony Seaman have finalized a new three-year deal to keep the coach at the helm through 2013.
Maryland Continues Search for New Coach
The coaching carrousel continues to spin around for the University of Maryland's men's lacrosse head coaching position.
Chesapeake's Defense Comes Up Big in Win Over Toronto
The Chesapeake Bayhawks defeated the Toronto Nationals, 10-9, Saturday to take over first place in Major League Lacrosse.
Chesapeake's Garrity Sets Career-High In Win
The Chesapeake Bayhawks defeated the Boston Cannons, 17-14, June 4 on their home turf at Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium. Goalie Chris set a new career high with 26 saves for Chesapeake.
Duke Downs Notre Dame in OT
The Duke Blue Devils defeated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 6-5, in overtime Monday in the NCAA Division I lacrosse championship at M&T Bank Stadium.
Bayhawks Suffer First Loss of Season
The Chesapeake Bayhawks suffered their first loss of the MLL season Saturday, as they lost to the Chicago Machine, 17-14.
Terps Women Back On Top
The Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated No. 2 Northwestern, 13-11, for its first NCAA championship since 2001 in front of a record-breaking crowd of 9,782 May 30 at Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium.
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