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 Posted June 19, 2004
Early, unconfirmed report of 30 finalists for Central Empire boys team (
SU-bound Jamie Ireland named NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year for Herkimer CC, others earn AA honors (Herkimer Telegram)
Tillman Johnson sets MLL save record before largest Bishop Kearney crowd as Rattlers batter Pride (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Onondagans use new box stadium to create lacrosse stars (The Daily Orange)
Penfield's Rothfuss at home with Rattlers (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Lacrosse is California's fastest-growing sport, baseball programs in danger (Sierra Sun)
 Posted June 16, 2004
Time Warner Sports to air "City of Champions" live call-in show featuring West Genesee boy's coach Mike Messere and F-M girl's coach Kathy Taylor followed by (correction) the West Genesee vs. Henninger Section III Championship Game (Time Warner Sports)
 Posted June 15, 2004
Irondequoit's Pratt could lose coaching job when he retires as teacher (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Schumer, Clinton lead US Senate in congratulating LeMoyne, SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Michael Powell gathers more awards (
Colleen O'Mara (West Genesee), Freya Lund (Brighton) named Academic All-Conference (
 Posted June 14, 2004
SU's Monica Joines named to US Women's Developmental Team (US Lacrosse)
Girls at greater risk for sports concussions, studdies find (Newsday)
Rattlers get first win in Baltimore (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
F-M girls fourth, Penn Yan fifth in LaxPower National Coaches Poll (
Safety, face-offs, substitutions are topics that should be addressed during offseason (Syracuse Post-Standard)
All-Star Game rosters offer proof of lacrosse's spreading popularity (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted June 13, 2004
A great idea from Tully (scroll to "Lacrosse victory . . .) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell's finale . . . for now (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
West Genesee tops Inside Lacrosse's final 2004 high school poll for 2nd consecutive national championship (
Wildcats join alums Sheehan and Desko atop national lacrosse world; NYS Championship Game recap and photo gallery (
North Seniors take both D-I and D-III titles Saturday at Nazareth (
1812 Shootout has 23 confirmed varsity boys teams so far (
 Posted June 11, 2004
Nazareth set to host college Seniors All-Star Games tomorrow: Rosters (,
Fifteen upstaters named lacrosse All-Americans by US Lacrosse (News10Now)
Talk of new downtown stadium reveals strong support from lacrosse community, thoughts of helping US Lacrosse relocate (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted June 9, 2004
Announced at the Seniors All-Star game Tuesday night, Section 3 2004 All-American selections are Stefan Schroder (East Syracuse), Chris Greenman (Nottingham), Andrew Hanover (West Genesee), Greg Niewieroski (Watertown), Paul Richards (Baldwinsville), Steve Babbles (Skaneateles), and Brendan Loftus (IHC) - Academic All-American Jeff Izant (Fayetteville-Manlius) . . . Greenman, Niewieroski, Babbles, and Loftus will be attending Syracuse University next year
 Posted June 8, 2004
Coaches Desko and Sheehan will participate in a live call-in show, "City of Champions", on Time Warner 26 from 8-9pm Wednesday (SUAthletics)
Orange Championship Game photo gallery (SUAthletics)
 Posted June 7, 2004
Great lacrosse action continues as the Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League is set to begin play with Under-30 (June 24th) and Over-30 (June 30th) divisions (
Senior All-Star games scheduled: Boys Tuesday at Liverpool, Girls Thursday at Corcoran; First set of tryouts for Central ESG team Wednesday at F-M (scroll down to Lacrosse) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Greetings from the City of Champions (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted June 6, 2004
F-M goes up 7-0 on way to 13-7 win over Brighton for NYS Championship (Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genny cruises to third straight state title (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Penn Yan girls win second state title with OT victory over Corning East (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Corning East girls' title hopes end in overtime (Corning Leader)
Gait, Millon lead Bayhawks over Jersey way out west (
The 3rd Annual John Pepper Memorial Lacrosse Tournament scheduled for August 7th & 8th - Still room for Girl's teams and a Boys U-10 team (
 Posted June 5, 2004
Oswego county alums excelled for college teams (Palladium Times)
Corning East girls trying for first state title (Corning Leader)
Penn Yan girls edge Manhasset 7-6 to earn championship battle with Corning East (scroll to Penn Yan) (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Brighton girls send Northport packing, face F-M today at 10am (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
F-M down 4 to Bethlehem, goes on a 14-2 tear to win 16-8 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted June 4, 2004
F-M girls advance to title game with win over Bethlehem, 16-8
Mike Powell taken by Baltimore, Rattlers choose Ryan Boyle, Sean Linsay, and Kevin Dougherty, then trade for . . .(Major League Lacrosse)
. . . Steve Vallone and Tillman Johnson (Rochester Rattlers)
Mike Powell awarded the 2004 Tewaaraton Trophy as best college player (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse and Onondaga County officials will honor both the SU and LeMoyne National Champion lacrosse teams with a "Salute to the Champions" on Sunday at City Hall (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Down 4-0, 'Cats stay cool, beat Orchard Park 14-6 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette's reign ends in OT loss to Penn Yan (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning East puts it all together to stop Amherst, 13-9 (Corning Leader)
F-M seniors energized, ready for today's semifinal (Syracuse Post-Standard)
High School playoffs from a downstate perspective (Newsday)
Is Mike Powell greatest to ever play here? (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange revels in latest NCAA title (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted June 3, 2004
Penn Yan holds off late LaFayette rally to move on to the state Class "C" championship game, 5-4 OT
Corning East controls Amherst for shot at Class "B" title Saturday
LaFayette, West Genesee have tough battles in NYS semi's today (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning, Amherst meet in Class "B" semi at Coyne (Corning Leader)
. . . and in other NYS semifinal action today (Newsday)
Fingers crossed for Mike Powell at the Tewaaraton Award ceremony tonight - here's their site (
 Posted June 2, 2004
West Islip stays unbeaten, edges Farmingdale 8-7 (Newsday)
F-M girls rip Horseheads, Corning East upsets Skaneateles (scroll to Girls Lacrosse) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
NYS Boy's Tourney Bracket (
LaFayette trounces Whitney Point 19-8;, West Genny rolls on, taking Ithaca 9-5; Corning East holds off ESM 11-8 - All three advance to state semifinals Thursday at Coyne (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Penn Yan doubles-up Section 6 Gowanda, earning visit to Coyne to face LaFayette Thursday (
Orchard Park, Amherst coming to town to face West Genny, Corning East (The Buffalo News)
Edward Doyle Smith, Jr., UVa lacrosse legend and father of modern standards for men's lacrosse statistics, dies (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
 Posted June 1, 2004
ESM, LaFayette, West Genny begin state title hunt today in Binghamton (Corning Leader)
Orange owes a lot to junior goalie (Syracuse Post-Standard)
With all the baseball on TV Memorial Day, he found himself watching lacrosse (The Courier Herald)
Orange "Yankees of lacrosse" (WTOP Radio)
Kristin St. Hilaire (CNS), recently named Atlantic 10 PDefensive Player of the Year for UMass, will hold a lacrosse clinic in Fulton June 19 and 20 (Palladium Times)
Modest Desko deflects praise (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell to Nee, Nee to Powell (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell signs off with winning goal (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell's late heroics hand SU ninth NCAA lacrosse championship (The Daily Orange)
Pfeifer's third quarter saves key in title win (The Daily Orange)
Powell, Lindsay named to North Squad for USILA North/South Classic at Nazareth College June 12th (
Stephen Brundage (West Genesee) to play for South in USILA North/South Classic at Nazareth College June 12th (
Division III North Team announced for USILA North/South Classic at Nazareth College June 12th (
Syracuse 14, Navy 13 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 31, 2004
Powell named Most Outstanding Player (
Powell, Lindsay named 1st Team All-Americans, Vallone 2nd Team, Crockett 3rd Team, Panarelli HM; Other cny alums - Joe Walters (Irondequoit) 1st Team, Ian Dingman (Carthage), Greg Havachak (Corning East) 2nd Team, Tim DeBlois (F-M) 3rd Team, Joe Bossi (Skaneateles) HM (
Brandon Spillett, Rob Trowbridge, and Travis Tarr named 1st Team AA's for Division II; Travis Morgia earns Honorable Mention (
Cortland, RIT, Hamilton, Nazareth, Geneseo Alfred, Ithaca, and Oneonta have players named Division III AllAmericans (
Dolphins do it! (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Historic day for LeMoyne lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Spillett's seventh goal lifts LeMoyne to D-II title (Baltimore Sun)
Nazareth comes up short in title game (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Losing battle for Nazareth (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU faces charmed Navy squad (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Navy goes for first title riding sea of support (Baltimore Sun)
Will Baltimore remain 'the lacrosse center of the world'? (Baltimore Sun)
 Posted May 30, 2004
In case you haven't seen the new SU uniforms yet . . . (
LeMoyne men win NCAA D-II Championship (
LeMoyne's for has title game experience (Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genesee doubles-up Henninger 14-7, gives Coach Messere his 600th victory (Syracuse Post-Standard)
ESM's Schroder, defense shut down J-D; Face Corning East on Tuesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette "in the zone", ends Laker's 19 game winning streak (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Pieces come together as SU humbles Hopkins; Brennan keys win going 16 for 26 in face offs (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Dougherty's day as fifth-year senior scores five goals (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Underdog role suits spunky SU outfit (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU/#1 Hopkins box score (SUAthletics)
Navy takes out Tigers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 29, 2004
Section 3 results: LaFayette over Skaneateles, ESM defeats J-D, and West Genesee takes Henninger (West Genny vs. Henninger will be telecast on TWS 26 on Sunday, May 30th, at 7:pm)
Eight Section 3 boys earn AA honors (
Steve Babbles (Skaneateles), Brendan Loftus (IHC), Stefan Schroder (ESM), Drew Evans (Ithaca), Craig Lepiane (Irondequoit), and Craig McDonald (Geneva) named to North roster for the 2004 High School Senior Showcase to be played June 25-27 in St. Louis (USLacrosse)
Navy advances to Monday's Championship game (
Syracuse joins LeMoyne and Nazareth as cny reps in NCAA Championship games, stopping Hopkins 15-9
Navy moves into finals with one goal victory over Princeton
Rattlers host Liam Banks and Philly today; Tape of Bathawk openers to be aired Tuesday, 4:00pm (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Nothing funny about lacrosse rivalries (The Journal News)
Rommel family has busy day planned (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Face off time for SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU's Powell says this game will be different (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 28, 2004
The rise of LeMoyne (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Geneseo head coach Jim Lyons chosen D-III Coach of the Year (
Navy's Joe Bossi (Skaneateles) one of eight midshipmen being commissioned today, playing in Final Four tomorrow (Baltimore Sun)
Strong second half clinches Section title for #1 Skaneateles girls; Next up, Corning East Tuesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
F-M girls dominate Liverpool for Class A crown (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Greatest streaker? It isn't Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Gordon Quonce: Henninger grad leads Nazareth (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ian Dingman: Navy has Big Ship inside (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange looks to end futility against Blue Jays (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Navy's goal: Keep Tigers off the attack (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ball control key for Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 27, 2004
If you're going, check out the Orange Friendzy (SUAthletics)
Facts and stats galore about past and present SU coaches, players, and teams (pdf file) (SUAthletics)
Mike Powell says he's taking the summer off, might not play pro ball at all (Baltimore Sun)
Mike Preston, Baltimore Sun: Give Hopkins the edge, Navy a chance (Baltimore Sun)
Easy time for Henninger over F-M; West Genny finally pulls away from B'ville; LaFayette over Watertown IHC; Skaneateles stops Cortland (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Jay Pfeifer: He's calm, cool, and superstitious (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Navy owes its success to intense Marine training (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Section 5 Championship results (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted May 26, 2004
St. John Fisher campus hosts Section 5 Boy's Championships today (
Liverpool girls stay cool, oust West Genesee; F-M tops B'ville; Skaneateles over General Brown; CBA beats IHC (Syracuse Post-Standard)
It's ES-M over Carthage 6-5 in OT; J-D nips Watertown 11-10 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
D-II final pits student vs. mentor (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Brighton, Penn Yan girls win Section 5 titles (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Section 4 boy's playoff results (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Section 4 girl's finals today (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
 Posted May 25, 2004
Message board report: ESM 5, Carthage 4 in OT (
From athlete to lacrosse player, Jays' Harrison one of the best (Baltimore Sun)
'Cuse to meet Hopkins at 2pm Saturday (SUAthletics)
Lacrosse challenging baseball as LeMoyne's forte (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Thrilling Lindsay goal sends SU back to final four (The Daily Orange)
 Posted May 24, 2004
D-III All-Star teams set for the 63rd Annual North/South Classic (
Streak's Alive! (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Offsides call: Oh, what a relief it was (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU/Georgetown, Cornell/Navy coverage courtesy
WTVH-TV video highlights
Nazareth stops Middlebury 12-8, joins LeMoyne and SU in Baltimore next weekend (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
SU men advance to national semifinals for 22 consecutive season (SUAthletics)
Navy sqeaks into final 4 with win over Cornell (Baltimore Sun)
Playoff picture in focus (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cavaliers win 2004 NCAA women's lacrosse title, 10-4 over Princeton (
UVa. women pull out stops, roll to title (Baltimore Sun)
 Posted May 23, 2004
It's SU for twenty-two!
Navy ends Cornell's dream 6-5
Nazareth has tough task ahead at Middlebury (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Defense propels LeMoyne to title game next Sunday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU freshmen will be the "X-factor" against Hoyas (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell knows Navy's for real (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Saturday's Section 3 winners, boys: West Genesee, Watertown IHC, B'ville, Cortland, LaFayette, Skaneateles, and Henninger - Girls: CBA, Skaneateles, West Genesee, F-M, and Liverpool (scroll to Boy's Lacrosse) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Princeton finishes off stunned Terps (Baltimore Sun)
Hopkins earns yet another trip to final four (Baltimore Sun)
Bayhawks top Rattlers in Wild West Tour opener (Major League Lacrosse)
MLL results from Saturday's season openers (
 Posted May 22, 2004
LeMoyne going to Baltimore after defeating NYIT 7-5
LeMoyne headed for first-ever national championship (
Limestone makes it five title games in a row (
Maryland's Joe Walters (Irondequoit) in touch with game (Baltimore Sun)
Section 3 boy's results from Friday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Potent SU offense continues to evolve (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne-Tech, chapter 3 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Irondequoit girls pull upset; Section 5 girl's roundup (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted May 21, 2004
Coach Messere's 600 career victory would give Cat's 24th title; Capsule look at the playoffs (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Unfinished business awaits top girl's seeds (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Nazareth returns to Vermont (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Section 5 boy's playoff roundup (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Section 4 girl's, boy's playoff stories (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
 Posted May 20, 2004
Section 3 pairings for boy's and girl's tournament (JustLacrosse)
Nazareth's defense slays Red Dragons (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rattlers "host" Bayhawks in Seattle Saturday at 7:30 EDT; Taped-delayed on ESPN2 June 1, 4:00pm, live radio 950 WROC (
LeMoyne hosts NYIT Saturday at 1:00pm in D-II semi-final (
Sunday's schedule at Ithaca: Navy vs. Cornell @ noon; Georgetown vs. SU @ 3:00pm (SUAthletics)
Johnson City girl's stop Owego with 9 seconds left; other Section 4 results (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
 Posted May 19, 2004
Stats: Nazareth ends Cortland's season, 10-8 (LaxPower Forum)
Blowout fourth quarter carries West Genny over Henninger 12-4 (
Coach Wilbur reviews OCC's 2004 season (LaxPower Forum)
Eight LeMoyne men earn All-Conference honors (
Some Tuesday night Section 3 results:
West Genesee 12, Henninger 4
Baldwinsville 18, Oswego 6
Auburn 10, Liverpool 7
Nottingham 7, ES-M 5
JD 18, Marcellus 12
Westhill 22, Chittenango 14
Carthage 15, South Jefferson 7
Westhill 22, Chittenango 14
Tully 10, Bishop Ludden 9
Skaneateles 14, CBA 8
Liverpool 19, Corc/Fowler 10
F-M 15, Henn/Not 1
Baldwinsville 21, ES-M 12
Johnson City girl's stop Owego with 9 seconds left; other Section 4 results (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
 Posted May 18, 2004
INFO: Monday night Section 3 results:
ES-M 8, Baldwinsville 7
LaFayette 16, Cazenovia 7
F-M 8, CNS 2
Homer 8, Cortland 5
Corcoran 15, Central Square 5
West Genesee 14, CNS 6
Oswego 9, Fulton 5
Auburn 19, Central Square 10
LaFayette 11, Cazenovia 6
Marcellus 14, Homer 8
Oswego girl's keep playoff hopes alive (Oswego Daily News)
Rutger's Greg Havalchak (Corning East) named ECAC Defensive Player of the Year (
Cornell battles on for fallen teammate (USAToday)
First-round upset would have been an upset (Newsday)
 Posted May 17, 2004
Mike Powell named as Tewaaraton finalist (
Post-Standard's report on SU over Albany, plus Bud Poliquin comments on Mike's last game at the Dome; Also, a link to view WTVH's video report on the SU/Alany and Cornell/Hobart games (
Cortland advances in D-III tournament (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Nazareth romps over ECSU 18-4, visit Cortland Wednesday (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
With 4 points apiece, Joe Bossi (Skaneateles) and Ian Dingman (Carthage) lead Navy over Penn 11-5 (
 Posted May 16, 2004
Nazareth over ECSU; travels to Cortland on Wednesday (
Too much offense as SU tops Albany (
Cortland advances with win over Clarkson (
RIT defeats Hartwick for ECAC Upstate title (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
2004 All-Conference honors listing for women's lacrosse (
2004 All-Conference honors listing for men's lacrosse (
 Posted May 15, 2004
Colleen O'Mara (West Genesee) earns national recognition for her performance as Cal Bears defeat Stanford for championship (
US Lacrosse suffering growing pains, searches for new HQ (
F-M 17, Central Square 4; Liverpool 11, CNS 10; West Genesee 18, Corcoran 9 (scroll to Boy's Lacrosse) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell avenges earlier loss, defeats Hobart to move on (
Loyola (Md) ousts Calvert Hall (Baltimore Sun)
 Posted May 14, 2004
INFO: Pick up the latest Inside Lacrosse magazine for a great cover story on Mike Powell, as well as an in-depth article on another Carthage grad and Tewaarton candidate, Ian Dingman. There's also a great story about RIT's Josh Molinari (Oswego), and be sure to check out Robert Carpenter's editorial.
J-D boys rebound after slow start (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Kelly and Kristen Taylor lead F-M girls (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Coach Desko - A softer approach (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Princeton puts away Colgate (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 13, 2004
Tim DeBlois (F-M) leads list of seven Big Red men on All-Ivy team (
Defense coming together for SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate women know #1 Tigers are giants, 'not monsters' (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Geneseo advances, to face Middlebury Sunday (Rochester Democrat abd Chronicle)
D-I field draws mostly praise from coaches (Baltimore Sun)
Lacrosse gaining favor in Utah (
 Posted May 12, 2004
INFO: Two Section 3 finals tonight: Skaneateles over LaFayette 13-8; ESM tops Liverpool 6-4.
INFO: Pick up the latest Inside Lacrosse magazine for a great cover story on Mike Powell, as well as an in-depth article on another Carthage grad and Tewaarton candidate, Ian Dingman. There's also a great story about RIT's Josh Molinari (Oswego), and be sure to check out Robert Carpenter's editorial.
Henninger over F-M (scroll to Boy's Lacrosse); CNS 11, Nottingham 10; J-D 12, Westhill 11, OT (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell/Hobart game moved to Saturday (The Ithaca Journal)
SU surprised by #4 seed (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Tully native Jack McHerron named MAAC Co-Coach of the Year (
Whitney Point grabs 38th consecutive Division II win (Press a& Sun-Bulletin)
Oneonta St., Hartwick to meet in ECAC tourney (The Daily Star)
Lacrosse becomes official team sport of Maryland (
 Posted May 10, 2004
Orangemen #4 seed, host Albany Sunday (
It's a Hobart/Cornell rematch Sunday in NCAA first round (
Updated NYS HS All-Time Leading Scorers, Boys (
Herkimer suffers OT loss to Essex in NJCAA championship (Baltimore Sun)
Nazareth, Geneseo NCAA games scheduled (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
F-M faces Henninger Tuesday, LaFayette vs. Skaneateles Wednesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
INFO: LeMoyne to host NYIT in Div II semifinal @ 1pm May 22
Div I NCAA men's tournament field to be announced at 3:40pm EDT on ESPNews (
Colgate women to face Princeton in opening round of NCAA tourney (
Cortland St. men gain berth in NCAA Div III tourney (
Six Hamilton College men named to UCAA All-Conference teams (
 Posted May 8, 2004
LeMoyne men edge Bryant for NE 10 championship (
Powell family basks on Mike's day in sun (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Pfeifer, Powell have games to remember as SU beats Georgetown (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Albany tops Binghamton for America East crown (
Colgate women lose regular season finale to Cornell 14-8 (
ESM stifles Oswego attack (Palladium Times)
Man who ran onto field during Maryland brawl charged with assult (Baltimore Sun)
Hobart makes convincing final argument defeating Cornell (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 7, 2004
INFO: SU beats Georgetown 13-9, Mike sets new Orange career scoring mark at 288
LeMoyne men cruise in NE 10 semifinal, host Bryant for championship tomorrow at 1pm (
F-M sticks it to #1 ranked West Genesee (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bulldog from Ghana a quick study (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Boy's NYS rankings as of May 7 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Brittany Aungier (CBA) closes in on OHSL scoring record (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Third Powell poised to break SU record (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU vs. Georgetown has tournament implications (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell-Hobart rivalry to add another chapter (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Eight-grader Robert Grimm goes 5-3 for Carthage varsity vs. Lowville (scroll to More Boy's Lacrosse) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 6, 2004
Cortland stops Potsdam, to host Geneseo for conference championship 7pm Saturday (
Cortland stops Potsdam, to host Geneseo for conference championship 7pm Saturday (
Three goals in 3:34 give Bearcats chance for OT win (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Binghamton shocks Stony Brook with regulation comeback, overtime win (
Binghamton's Ed Stephenson named America East Coach of the Year; Matt McNamara (Oswego), Nate Kerstein (Irondequoit), Jeff Santucci (Cicero-North Syracuse) join other Bearcats with conference honors (
High School brawlers pay high price in Maryland (Baltimore Sun)
 Posted May 5, 2004
Herkimer, OCC, Alfred St. players named to NJCAA All-America teams (
Herkimer faces Monroe in NJCAA semifinal (
Binghamton men beat Albany, earn #1 seed (BU Pipe Dream)
Tragedy unites Big Red, Bearcats (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Recent boxscores for Section 3 boys (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Backup senior goalie comes thru for Vestal; other Section 4 results (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Albany women must face Katie Leland and UNH in America East quarterfinal (
Sports trainers are not pinned to the sidelines (Poughkeepsie Journal)
 Posted May 4, 2004
#1 LeMoyne wins 50th consecutive Northeast 10 Conference game (
Oswego's Travis Nelson sets Buccaneer career point record (Oswego Daily News)
Penalties likely in boy's lacrosse brawl: Liberty(Md), South Carroll(Md) may have seasons suspended (Baltimore Sun)
Eye protection doesn't always mean safety (
 Posted May 2, 2004
Report from LaxPower Forum: Hobart come back falls short at Navy (
Report from LaxPower Forum: Nazareth takes Ithaca in Empire 8 title game (
Colgate women headed for Patriot League championship game (
Bearcats stun Albany in final minutes for American East title (
Cornell wins second consecutive Ivy title, this year's automatic bid (
The "Move" (SUAthletics)
Powell flips out for fans (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 1, 2004
Binghamton comes back to claim AE title (LaxPower Forum)
Mikey's magnificent moment is upon us (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Not just jawin' for SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning East survives Vestal in OT (Press and Sun-Bulletin)
Cornell can clinch NCAA bid with win over Brown today (Ithaca Journal)
Hobart stages dramatic comeback in Patriot League semifinal (
Nazareth pounds RIT (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Updated listing of NYS HS scoring records to-date (and discussion)thanks to TomL at LaxPower: Current Section 3 players moving up fast (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) is Terps main man (Washington Times)
Lacrosse-only store to open on Oahu (Pacific Business News)
 Posted April 30, 2004
Navy Takes Colgate in Patriot League semifinal (
Nazareth rolls past RIT in E* semifinalRIT (
Skaneateles girl's score at will - 20 or more goals in four consecutive games (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ron Doctor reaches 300 victory milestone as Skaneateles boy's top Westhill (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Backup goalie Nick Donatelli has no regrets (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate's Katrina Silva named Patriot League Women's Coach of the Year (
Rome Free's Sue Taylor attacks record books (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Section 4 recaps and box scores from the Press and Sun-Bulletin (
Hartwick men visit Ithaca for Empire 8 semifinal; Nazareth hosts RIT (The Daily Star)
Cornell men faced with replay of '03 scenario (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 29, 2004
MLL Championship Weekend scheduled for Villanova Stadium (
Rutger's Havachak (Corning East) added to Tewaaraton candidate list (
West Genesee controls Nottingham 19-12 (
Bearcats drop Drexel, prepare for regular-season conference title game in Albany Saturday (
Cortland St. clinches top seed with win over Geneseo (pdf) (
Big Red is suddenly team to beat in the Ivy League (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell may soon bust a Move (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU Women squander five goal lead (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Surging Statesmen (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fourth quarter rally lifts Oswego men over Alfred 13-12 (Palladium Times)
SUNYIT to drop men's lacrosse program (
US Lacrosse promotes a booming sport (Boston Globe)
Report from the Windy City Classic girl's lacrosse tourney (Pioneer Press)
California duo find home with Terrapins (The Diamondback)
Lacrosse in full swing this spring in Southern California (Palisadian-Post)
 Posted April 27, 2004
Colgate women set to host Patriot League Tourney this weekend (
Durable Dolphin (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Brennan could be solution to Syracuse's face off problems (The Daily Orange)
Five cny alums earn Patriot League honors (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) named ACC Player of the Year (
 Posted April 26, 2004
LaxPower National Computer Rankings are out, to be updated daily: West Genesee #2; Nottingham #22; Skaneateles #26; Watertown IHC #33; Watertown HS #35; Henninger #42; ESM #49 (
Liverpool, F-M lead local schools in LaxPower National Computer Rankings for girl's (
Nottingham to take test against the best Wednesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ryan Lewis (ESM) scores seven goals as LeMoyne men clinch fifth consectutive Northeast-10 crown (
Three hat tricks clinch first regular season title for LeMoyne women (
Plan backfires: Powell rips single-team coverage for five goals (The Daily Orange)
Orangewomen leave Denver gasping for air in 5-goal win (The Daily Orange)
Senior Orangewomen say goodbye to Dome (The Daily Orange)
Pfeiffer displays offensive skills (The Daily Orange)
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) named ACC Tourney MVP (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted April 25, 2004
Mary Carpenter (Our Lady of Mercy, Rochester), #2 All-Time NYS Goal Scorer, Signs to Play at Notre Dame (
Big Redd: Justin Redd Scores OT Game-winner as Cornell Stops Princeton (
Nate Molinari (Oswego) Nets Four as Hobart Upsets Army (
Orangemen Get Breather (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Kerstein's (Irondequoit) Game-winner Lifts Binghamton Over Vermont In Closing Minutes, Sets Up Conference Title Match with Albany (
RIT's Josh Molinari Goes 6-4 in Win Over Hartwick; Other NY College Scores (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Kristen Taylor Lifts F-M Over West Genesee in OT Thriller (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ford Dashes Navy's Upset Bid (
Hopkins Rallies Pst Navy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Eighteen Against B'Ville No Fluke, West Genny's Scoring Troubles Appear Over with 15-4 Win Over Auburn (
Malden Catholic(Mass) Edges Mount St. Joseph(Md) Amid Team's Sorrow (Boston Globe)
 Posted April 23, 2004
Athletic Injuries Shouldn't Be Kids' Stuff (
SU Women Sticking With Skirt Tradition Tonight Vs. Denver (The Daily Orange)
Golden Danes Lucky to Schedule Orange After Embarrassing Loss (The Daily Orange)
Watertown Boy's Still Chasing That Elusive Title; Nottingham Builds On Strong Start (Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genesee Girl's Look to Avenge Early Loss to F-M (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Broadcast Information for Hopkins/Navy Tomorrow (
Ken Mazzone Lifts Ward Melville Over Sachem With One Second Left (
Norwhich Uses Game With Somers as Reality Check (Norwich Bulletin)
Pool of Lacrosse Officials Too Shallow (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bowdoin Upsets #1 Middlebury In OT (Bowdoin Orient)
 Posted April 22, 2004
Binghamton Men Not Surprised by Their Success (
Five High Schoolers Hurt in Crash (
Pro Lacrosse is Hardly Glamorous (The Daily Orange)
 Posted April 21, 2004
Dan Hunt Scores in Second OT to Lift Skaneateles Over LaFayette; Other Section 3 Reports (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne Dominates AIC 16-0 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Panarelli Brings Competitive Streak (The Daily Orange)
Lacrosse Mismatch In Raleigh, NC, Has Spectators Questioning Rough Play (
Despite Dominating in Shots, F/O's, Man-up's, and Ground Balls, Binghamton Drops Non-Conference Game to Siena (
Ricky Mirabito Goes 4-3 as Chenango Forks Edges Owego; Other Section 4 Scores (
Colgate Women Play for Conference crown Saturday (
Colgate Takes 7-0 Lead, Holds On to 7-5 Win (
 Posted April 20, 2004
Cortland's Knockin' On the Door (
Orangewomen Continue Dominance Over BC with Win (The Daily Orange)
Bearcats Continue Hot Streak, Clinch AE Berth (
LeMoyne Tops CW Post; Eighteen Player Score as Navy Routs Holy Cross (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Navy/Hopkins Getting Wide TV Coverage (
 Posted April 19, 2004
Orangemen Drop to Sixth in Latest USILA Poll; LeMoyne Remains #1 (
Oswego St. Doubles-up Plattsburgh (Oswego Daily News)
Orangemen Fall at Rutgers for Second Loss (Daily Orange)
PAETEC Park Cuts, Funding Queried (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted April 18, 2004
Coach Desko: "the best goalie play" he's seen all season (Courier News)
Former Fairport Star, Current Pittsford-Mendon Assistant Coach Daniel Karg Dies In Crash (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Johnson City Nips RFA in OT; Aaron Wolf (4-1) Leads Liverpool Over Union-Endicot; Other Section 4 Scores (
Rutgers Stymies Orange Again (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell's Greenhalgh Turns Ricochet Into Game Winner (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Flying Start Boosts Hopkins Over Maryland 14-10 In Front of 10,555 (Baltimore Sun)
 Posted April 17, 2004
#1 LeMoyne Needs Comeback to Topple CW Post (
Greg Havalchak (Corning East) Records 21 Saves as Rutgers Upsets Syracuse (SUAthletics)
West Genesee Finds Going Tough Against CNS (with Quicktime movie highlites) (
Back from Denver, Bees Upset #1 F-M in Girl's Lacrosse; Other Scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette Loses to Calvert Hall Down in Maryland; Boy's Latin Upsets Gilman (Baltimore Sun)
Furious Comeback Lets Ohio State Beat Hobart (
Binghamton Clinches Spot in Conference Playoffs: Brian Chaapel (Penn Yan) 4-0, Jeff Santucci (Cicero-North Syracuse) 2-0, Nate Kerstein (Irondequoit) 2-0, Matt DeCirce (Binghamton) 2-0, Rob Williams (Fulton) 0-3 (Binghamton Athletics)
Nazareth Edges RIT in Double OT Thriller (
Joe Bossi (Skaneateles) Has Career High Five Goals, Ian Dingman (Carthage) Goes 3-2 as Navy Wraps Up Patriot League Regular Season Title (
 Posted April 16, 2004
West Genesee Remains #1 in Inside Lacrosse's Latest National Poll (Inside Lacrosse)
Bees Find Nuggets of Success in Denver (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Smaller DiPietro Shines at Syracuse (Daily Orange)
Dougherty a Welcome Addition to Midfield (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell's Only Hope is Ivy League Berth (Syracuse Post-Standard)
B'ville Grad Helps Greyhounds Run (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Spaulding(Md) 11, Watertown 10 in OT
Goals: W--Vaughn 5, Nims 3, Miles 2; S--Fortman 4, F. Cassilly 3, Douglas, O'Connor, Harmel, Rzepkowski. Assists: W--Vaughn, Niewieroski, Nims, Hartman; S--Marsh 3, Harmel 2, Fortman. Saves: W--Wright 12; S--Antonelli 9. Half: 3-3.
(Baltimore Sun)
 Posted April 15, 2004
Binghamton's Stephenson Earns Consideration as Coach of the Year (Baltimore Sun)
New York State Boy's High School Rankings as of April 14, 2004 (JustLacrosse)
Game of the Weekend: 100th Meeting of #4 Maryland @ #1 Hopkins (webcast by (
Stephanie Walker's Her Name, Speed is Her Game (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Mercy Senior Mary Carpenter (#2 NYS Career Goals) Set to Sign with Notre Dame (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Ithaca Stays Undefeated in Conference Stopping RIT (Ithaca Journal)
Albany Tops Yale Under the Lights (
 Posted April 14, 2004
Jarolimek's Goaltending Leads Colgate in Upset Over Army (Colgate Athletics)
Wildcats Topple ESM, B'ville Upsets Nottingham, LaFayette Buries Ludden, Auburn Handles F-M, Skaneateles Stops J-E, Corcoran Over CNS
Box Scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Linsay, Vallone Slip Past Cornell (Daily Orange)
SU Weathers Storm (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Extra-man Brings Big Red Little Advantage (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Wet Turf a Burden for Quick Orangemen (Daily Orange)
 Posted April 13, 2004
Bearcats Remain Undefeated in Conference with Win Over Hartford (Binghamton Athletics)
Bruised Feelings: Late-goal Controversy Mars LeMoyne Victory (Syracuse Post-Standard)
OCC Lazers Gaining Ground (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell Makes Pass After Pass After Pass (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Molinari's 13 Points Leads RIT Over Union; Other NYS College Scores (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Corning East Routs Owego 20-6; Face West on Tuesday (The Leader Online)
Cornell Wins Exciting One Over Harvard (
Navy Upsets Maryland; Other College Scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 10, 2004
West Genesee Rolls Over Shaker 14-1 (
SU Wins Fourth in a Row (SUAthletics)
Bossi (Skaneateles) Scores 3, Dingman (Carthage) 2-1 as Navy Upsets #1 Maryland (
No Place Like Dome for Loyola Foursome (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU Women Slumber, Then Sizzle (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 9, 2004
Chris Hand Goes 5-4 as Whitney Point Tops Chenango Forks with Second Half Surge (
Mohawk Valley Schools Catching Up to Syracuse Area Programs (Utica Observer-Dispatch)
Fulton Humbles RFA 16-2 (Oswego Daily News)
Torrey Pines(Ca) Preens After Stopping Garden City(NY) 8-7 (signonsandiego)
SU Women Extend Win Streak (SUAthletics)
Herkimer Generals Dominate, Crush Canton 29-3 (Herkimer Telegram)
LeMoyne Faces Another Test in #7 Pace (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Homecoming for Loyola Senior Brundage (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Geoff Keough: The X Factor (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU Looks for Fourth in a Row (SUAthletics)
 Posted April 8, 2004
Cornell Women Freshmen Prove Valuable (Cornell Daily Sun)
Passing the Torch: New Coach Takes Over Henninger Dynasty Built by Acee (Syracuse Post-Standard)
#1 Dolphins Cruise to 22-3 Win (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Oswego Girl's Show Improved Form but Fall to B'ville 13-9 (Oswego Saily News)
Rome Free Girl's Rally Past New Hartford 18-10, Host CNS Saturday (Sentinel Online)
SU's Zink Honed Skills With Twin Brother (Daily Orange)
Cortland St. Clamps Down On Defense, Tops Ithaca 10-6 (Ithaca Journal)
Statesmen Own Colgate (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Newsday's Preview of Downstate Girl's Lacrosse (Newsday)
 Posted April 7, 2004
Nottingham Handles Oswego 13-3 (Oswego Daily News)
ES-M Lacrosse Stays Hot; Other Scores from Tuesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Richie Herrig Goes 7-3 as RFA Rolls Over MPH (Sentinel Online)
Brian Chaapel (Penn Yan) Scores with 4 Seconds Remaining as Binghamton Upsets #19 UMBC (
LeMoyne Goalie Jared Corcoran Named Northeast-10 Goalkeeper of the Week (
#1 LeMoyne Rolls Past Saint Anselm 22-3 (LaxPower)
SU Lucky Lindsay Cut Little League Career Short (Daily Orange)
Patriot Games Loom Large for Cortland, Hobart (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 6, 2004
Bayhawks Planning to Draft Michael Powell (
Oswego's Dorsey Credits Quality of CNY Lacrosse as He Signs to Play at Manhattan (Oswego Daily News)
Jennifer Kasel Earns Share of Big East Player of the Week (Daily Orange)
Farmingdale "Wins One for Coach" in Victory Over Northport (Newsday)
Latest IWLCA Polls (
Reunion for Former F-M Stars (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 5, 2004
Latest USILA Polls (
Rutger's Goalie Greg Havalchak (Corning East) Named ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (
LaxPower Computer Ratings: Watertown High Leads Nation with 99.57; Thirteen Section 3 Teams in NY Top 20 (LaxPower)
SU Crushes Rutgers with 23 Saves from Kasel (Daily Orange)
Big Win Shows SU Learned Lesson (Daily Orange)
Syracuse Falls Behind Early, Comes Back with Six Goals from Crokett (Daily Orange)
 Posted April 4, 2004
LeMoyne Spurt Breaks Game Open (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange Crushes Brown (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU Women Win Big Over Rutgers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Brundage (West Genesee), Spack (LaFayette), and Cassalia (West Genesee)(gamewinner) Each Score Two as Loyola Edges Quinnipiac 11-10 (
West Genesee Rally Staves Off Upset; Other High School Scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 3, 2004
#1 LeMoyne Doubles-up Bryant 12-6 (
Binghamton Opens Conference Season with Win Over Stony Brook (Binghamton Athletics)
Colgate Crushes Lafayette 11-2 (
Cornell Women Fall to #1 Princeton (
Gilman Takes Down Landon in OT (Baltimore Sun)
Photos: LaFayette 7 vs. Penn Yan 5 (JustLacrosse)
Crockett Scores Six Goals as SU Defeats Brown (SUAthletics)
Penn Scores On Last Four Shots to Overtake Cornell (
2004 Girl's Section III Preview (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Soggy Grass Awaits Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell Looks to Maintain Intensity (Ithaca Journal)
Among SU Riches, Nee a Familiar Face (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning West Drops Maine-Endwell (The Leader)
Fairfield Takes Rutgers to Three OT's (
Final Four Ticket Sales Ahead of Last Year, Nearing 20,000 (
Air-supported Athletic Dome Planned for Hudson Valley (
 Posted April 2, 2004
JustLacrosse Boy's Section III Links Updated (JustLacrosse)
2004 Boy's Section III Preview (Syracuse Post-Standard)
High School: Sticking with Success (Syracuse Post-Standard)
F-M Girl's End Wildcat Streak; Corcoran/Fowler 11, Westhill 7; BOY'S: Watertown 17, IHC 15 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Oswego High's Kevin Dorsey Signs Letter with D-I Manhattan College (Palladium Times)
Top-ranked LeMoyne Faces Test in Bryant (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU Travels to Face Brown Saturday (SUAthletics)
#1 Princeton Hosts Cornell Women Saturday (goprincetontigers)
Hidden Behind Three Stars, Nee Finds Role (The Daily Orange)
SU's Walker Makes Offenses Disappear (The Daily Orange)
Quick Start for Hamilton Women Bodes Well for Future (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 1, 2004
Cicero-North Syracuse Leads Nation with 99.57 LaxPower Power Rating
How LaxPower Determines a Teams PR (
Hanover Leads West Genny Past Bees; Other Scores from Wednesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Oswego Men Fall to #3 Mercyhurst Under New Lights (Palladium Times)
Community Gathers to Celebrate Boiardi's Life (Cornell Daily Sun)
Cortland Stops Nazareth in OT (LaxPower/
Hartwick Uses 11-0 Run to Defeat Utica (The Daily Star)
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