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 Posted March 31, 2004
Statesmen Prove Feisty Foe for Orangemen (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse Stops Hobart for New York Sweep (The Daily Orange)
Powell Plays to Crowd with Trio of Show-stopping Goals (The Daily Orange)
SU Offense Crushes Colgate (The Daily Orange)
LaFayette Edges Homer in Final Minute; Ben Koesterer Goes 4-4 as Cazenovia Holds Off Marcellus; Liverpool Beats Auburn by One (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rome Free Rolls Past South Jeff (Sentinel Online)
Oswego Women Trounce Potsdam (Palladium Times)
No State Sanction or Club Status, LaPorte Nemesis Carry Lacrosse Torch in Indiana (Herald-Argus)
 Posted March 30, 2004
Coast Trip a Successful Homecoming for Colleen O'Mara (West Genesee) (The Daily Californian)
SU Middies Play with Savvy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Stats Show SU Offense Slow Getting Started (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Oswego Rolls Over Central Square (Oswego Daily News)
Tickets for ACC Championships Go On Sale Thursday (
Lacrosse Boom in Massachusetts Continues (Lowell Sun)
Kate Fontana (ES-M) Named America East Co-Rookie of the Week (
LeMoyne, Maryland #1 in USILA Polls for March 29th (
Syracuse Women 10th in Latest IWLCA Poll (
Syracuse Women 10th in Latest IWLCA Poll (
Rome Free Dominates Section II's Scotia Glenville (Sentinel Online)
 Posted March 29, 2004
Oswego Falls to Penfield in Opener (Palladium Times)
Cornell Men Win Emotional Ivy Opener (Cornell Daily Sun)
An Inspired Performance as Seniors Come Through in Cornell's 10-6 Win Over Yale (Ithaca Journal)
Cornell Overcomes Emotions to Beat Yale in First Game Since Teammate's Death (Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genesee Tops Inside Lacrosse Pre-season National High School Poll (Inside Lacrosse)
Faceoff Margin Key to SU's Win Over Princeton (Daily Orange)
Dougherty Abuses Princeton Defenders (Daily Orange)
Zimmer Keeps Racking Up Records for Orangewomen (Daily Orange)
 Posted March 28, 2004
Second Half Eruption Carries Orange Over Princeton (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fog Forces Cornell to Wait One More Day (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Virginia Stuns Hopkins in OT (Baltimore Sun)
Sun Spotlights Dingman Brothers (Carthage) Lacrosse Exploits, Service to Country (Baltimore Sun)
Cortland Hands RIT First Loss; Other Local College Results (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Hobart's Mark Williamson (Corning East) Leads Statesmen to Victory with 5 Goals, 1 Assist (
7,114, Worldwide TV Audience Watch Navy Rip Army 18-10 (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) Scores Four as Maryland Edges Carolina (Baltimore Sun)
LaxPower Forum Discussion On Daniel Hand Tourney (
How Will Events of Last Fall Shape Corning East's Season? (The Leader)
First-quarter Burst Lifts Corning West (The Leader)
Gary Gait Reaches 1,000 NLL Points With Six Goals, Two Assists (Mercury News)
 Posted March 27, 2004
Conell/Yale Postponed Until Noon Sunday Due to Fog (News 10 Now)
SU Comes Back to Take Princeton 14-12
Virginia Hosts Hopkins at 7:30: Listen to the Game! (
Terps Hit the Bowling Lanes for a Little Fun and Games in NC (
 Posted March 26, 2004
Remembering a Lacrosse Star, Lifelong Friend (
Reality Strikes Grieving Cornell Lacrosse Family (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rejuvenated Tigers Await (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rejuvenated Tigers Await (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Pfeifer to Put JHU Behind Him (The Daily Orange)
Orangewomen Tries to Win On the Draw (The Daily Orange)
Colgate Women Drop 8-6 Decision to Golden Bears (
 Posted March 25, 2004
West Genesee Holds On, Tops Skaneateles 10-9 in 2OT's (
Drew Hyatt (J-D) Scores Five to Lead Cortland Over Clarkson (pdf) (
Hamilton Men Hand Utica First Defeat (
Su Reacts to George Boiardi Death; Cause of Death Not Commotio Cordis (?) (The Daily Orange)
Colgate Edges Binghamton in Final Seconds (
 Posted March 24, 2004
NCAA Vows to Maximize Safety in Lacrosse After Player Dies (AP/Sarasota Herald Tribune)
Princeton Hosts Syracuse in Lacrosse's Best Rivalry (
SU Women Dominate Cal in Dazzling Passing Performance (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orangemen Eager to Recover (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Oswego Lacrosse "Fitting the Puzzle Pieces Together" (Oswego Daily News)
#13 Hamilton Women Takes Cortland in OT (
Mt. Hebron Girls Quickly Send Lacrosse Opponents Message (Baltimore Sun)
CSTV to Distribute Army/Navy Lacrosse Game Free of Charge to American Forces Network (
SU Prove Too Much for Cal (The Daily Orange)
Orangewomen Gracious Hosts to Overmatched Cal (The Daily Orange)
 Posted March 23, 2004
US Lacrosse Issues Statement on Boiardi Death (USLacrosse)
Penn St.'s Men's Lacrosse Team Reflects On Death of Cornell Player (The Digital Collegian)
Cornell Cancels Game Against UNC (Ithaca Journal)
Freshman DePetris Dominates Grounders for Orangewomen (The Daily Orange)
USILA Polls for March 23 (
Latest IWLCA Poll (
 Posted March 22, 2004
CSTV's "Like Father, Like Son: The Syracuse Lacrosse Legacy" to Air Saturday at 7pm on Time Warner 26 (SUAthletics)
Time Warner 26 to Show CSTV's Coverage of Army/Navy, SU/Princeton Beginning at Noon (SUAthletics)
West Genesee, Corning East Boy's Headed for Daniel Hand Tourney This Weekend (Schedule)
On the Girl's Side, Fayetteville-Manlius Joins West Genesee and Corning East (Schedule) (LaxPower Forum)
Orange Suffer Worst Loss in 17 Years at Hands of Top-ranked Team (The Daily Orange)
Zimmer's Last-minute Heroics Lift SU to Win Over Massachusetts (The Daily Orange)
Clarkson Come Back from 14-8 Deficit to Nip Oswego St. with One Second Left in OT (Oswego Daily News)
Albany Edges Drexel in Sensible Yorktown (The Journal News)
 Posted March 21, 2004
Orange Out of Juice (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Homewood Still Game's Hallowed Ground (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne Rolls Over Merrimack (
Army Upsets Rutgers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
6,519 Fans Watch Hopkins Control Faceoffs, Orange (SUAthletics)
CNY Alum's Score 12 Goals for Navy as They Defeat Colgate 21-6 (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) Scores Natural Hat Trick for Maryland (
 Posted March 20, 2004
6,519 Fans Watch Hopkins Control Faceoffs, Orange (SUAthletics)
CNY Alum's Score 12 Goals for Navy as They Defeat Colgate 21-6 (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) Scores Natural Hat Trick for Maryland (
#8 James Madison Handles Lady Dolphins (
Hamilton Women Edge Nationally Ranked Bowdoin (
Post-Standard Editorial: Protect the Players (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange Looking to Pluck the Blue Jays This Time (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Zimmer Scores Game Winner with 5 Seconds Left (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell May Not Play Tuesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 19, 2004
Pre-season High School Lacrosse Saturday, March 20: Scrimmage doubleheader at CNS - Carthage vs. CNS 11:30, Whitesboro vs. West Genesee 2pm
Colleen O'Mara (West Genesee) Brings Friends Home to Play as Cal Women Visit CNY for Four Games (Syracuse Post-Standard)
#1 vs. #3: Big Event for Fans, Learning Experience for Orangemen (The Daily Orange)
Hamilton Women Control Oswego in Florida (
Dolphins Dominate NE-10 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fulton Girls Make Steady Process (Palladium Times)
Oswego Boy's Preparing for 2004 Campaign (Palladium Times)
Pall Falls Over Cornell Lacrosse Program (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Coaches Discuss Improving Equipment (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Death of Cornell Player Stirs Equipment Debate (Baltimore Sun)
Player's Death a Sad Reminder for Northport (Newsday)
 Posted March 18, 2004
Cornell Remembers George Boiardi: Photo Gallery, Leave Your Rememberences, and a Statement from the President (CornellBig
George Boiardi Was Red Leader (Ithaca Journal)
Tragedy Strikes Cornell Lacrosse: George Boiardi Dies After Being Hit in Chest with Shot (Ithaca Journal)
In Tribute: George Boiardi Leads Cornell Onto the Field (
SU @ Hopkins to be Aired Live on Time Warner Channel 26 (
Barrie Excels with Father's Backing at JHU (The Daily Orange)
RIT's Men's Lacrosse Still Perfect (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Ithaca, Cornell Notch Victories (Ithaca Journal)
 Posted March 17, 2004
SU's Crockett Added to Tewaaraton Watch List (
Syracuse Lax Teams Subject of "Syracuse Sides", Airing Thursday at 7pm, Time Warner Sports Channel 26 (
An Eye-catching Look for Girl's Lacrosse (Do they all look alike with pony tails and goggles?) (
Ian Dingman (Carthage) Named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (
Blue-collar Ditzell Makes Quick Impact (The Daily Orange)
Hamilton Shuts Down Potsdam in Fourth Quarter (
 Posted March 16, 2004
Albany Tops UMass 11-10 (LaxPower Forum)
Joe Bossi (Skaneateles) Scores 4 Goals in Navy Win Over Hobart (
 Posted March 15, 2004
March 15th USILA College Polls (
It Needed Doing, So Senior Organizes Girls Lacrosse Team for White Bear Lake Area High School (
Hamilton Edged by Cabrini in Final Minute (
 Posted March 14, 2004
Poll Math Doesn't Hold Up (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hoyas Clamp Down on SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Wrong Kind of Roll as Knighthawks Lose Fourth Straight (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Gait Leads Mammoth Over Knighthawks (Denver Post)
Brandon Spillett (Liverpool) Ties School Assist Record, Ryan Lewis (ESM)(3-0), Kyle Reichel (ESM)(3-0), and Corey Sullivan (2-0) Help LeMoyne Rout Adelphi 17-8 (
Orangewomen Drop League Opener to Georgetown (SUAthletics)
Loyola's Face Off, Stay On Guys: Andrew Spack (LaFayette)6-9 (1 Goal), Matt Cassalia (West Genesee)5-6 (5 GB's) (
In Piscataway: Delby Powless Scores 7; Chris Doctor (Skaneateles) Grabs 4 Assists; Josh Ashcraft (Carthage) One Goal, One Assist; Greg Havalchak (Corning East) Makes 6 Saves (GAA Now 4.83) (
 Posted March 13, 2004
Cornell Holds of Stony Brook in Home Opener (
Filling 'The Void': When Organized Sports is No Longer An Option (The Crimson)
Empire State Game Tryout Schedule for Western Region Announced (
Brandon Spillett (Liverpool) Ties School Assist Record, Ryan Lewis (ESM)(3-0), Kyle Reichel (ESM)(3-0), and Corey Sullivan (2-0) Help LeMoyne Rout Adelphi 17-8 (
Orangewomen Drop League Opener to Georgetown (SUAthletics)
Loyola's Face Off, Stay On Guys: Andrew Spack (LaFayette)6-9 (1 Goal), Matt Cassalia (West Genesee)5-6 (5 GB's) (
In Piscataway: Delby Powless Scores 7; Chris Doctor (Skaneateles) Grabs 4 Assists; Josh Ashcraft (Carthage) One Goal, One Assist; Greg Havalchak (Corning East) Makes 6 Saves (GAA Now 4.83) (
 Posted March 12, 2004
LeMoyne Men, SU Women Host Doubleheader at the Dome Tomorrow (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cortland St. vs. Gettysburg Moved to 1PM Sunday @ SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex (
Cornell Men Return Home, Welcome Stony Brook (Cornell Daily Sun)
Second-Half Run Boosts Men's Lacrosse Over Irish (SUAthletics)
Bud Poliquin on Michael Powell: Behold 'The Natural' Before It's Too Late (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse Offense Lets the Good Times Roll (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 11, 2004
Final: Su 19, ND 13
Fall Matchup May Give SU an Edge (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Van Arsdale Happy to be with Irish (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Orange Offense in High Gear (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Sarah Spillett (Liverpool) Scores Four, but Albany Falls to Colgate (Colgate Athletics)
Fourth Quarter Does In Oswego Men (The Palladium Times)
JV Teams Survive Growing Pains (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Josh Ashcraft (Carthage) Scores 2 in Rutgers Win; Havalchak (Corning East) Lowers Goals Against Average to 4.53 (
 Posted March 10, 2004
Oswego St. Men Open Season Tonight (Palladium Times)
Oswego St. Men's Lacrosse Seeks Return to SUNYAC Playoffs (Oswego Daily News)
St. John Fisher Falls to Unbeated USMMA (sjfc.deu)
Twenty-one Straight Goals Help Hartwick Overcome Scranton (The Daily Star)
Danes Respectable Against #1 Jays (Albany Times-Union)
 Posted March 9, 2004
Eight Different Players Score in Binghamton Loss to Hofstra (
Stretch Season: Use These Exercises to Prepare for Spring Sports (Detroit Free Press)
Lacrosse Picking Up Steam in Boulder, CO Area Schools - Some Kids Dropping Baseball for Lacrosse After Watching Mammoths (
 Posted March 8, 2004
ACC Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week: Maryland's Joe Walters (Irondequoit) (
Latest USILA Polls Find LeMoyne #2, SU and Cortland #3 (
Despite Lost Weekend, Knighthawks Still In Playoff Race (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted March 7, 2004
Rob Williams (Fulton)(3-1) Leads Binghamton in Opener Over Lafayette, Visit Hofstra 7PM Monday (Binghamton Athletics)
Motivated Orange Rolls (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse Handles Virginia (Washington Times)
Big Red Handed Loss at Georgetown (
Tara Casey's (Westhill) Five Goals Leads Colgate Women Over LaSalle (
Dartmouth Pulls Away from Colgate Men (
Rutgers Rols Over Delaware: Chris Doctor (Skaneateles)(1-3), Josh Ashcroft (Carthage)(1-0), Greg Havalchak (Corning East)(14 Saves) (
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) Ties Career High with 4 Goals, 2 Assists to Lead Mayland (
Registration Deadline March 15th for the Central New York Elite Lacrosse Club (The Leader Online)
 Posted March 6, 2004
Champs Flawed (Syracuse Post-Standard)
A Scary Moment in Denver (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Navy Upends North Carolina in OT (
Knighthawks Fly West (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted March 5, 2004
Talks Underway May Bring Atlantic-10 Tourney to Corning in May (The Leader Online)
Virginia Faces Off Against Syracuse (
2004 Lacrosse Guide: Seven Articles from The Daily Orange (The Daily Orange)
Zimmer Breaks Scoring Record (The Daily Orange)
Orange Talks Up Defense (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Despite Huge Win, Coach Says Cornell Has Work Left (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Many Contenders In Division III (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Crease Violations Plauge SU as Maryland Roles (The Daily Orange)
Leah Griffin (F-M) Heading to UConn This Fall (
Cornell Visits Georgetown in DC for First Time (
Tough Break Allows Dougherty to Play for Orange (The Daily Orange)
Orangemen Facing One of Nation's Best in Tillman Johnson (The Daily Orange)
Jousters Fight to Stay the Only Official Maryland State Sport (Baltimore Sun)
University of Dallas Becomes First Women's Varsity Program in Texas (Dallas Morning News)
 Posted March 4, 2004
No Quit in SU Women (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Forty-one CNY Alum On Rosters as Nazareth Rules St. John Fisher Box Score (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
MML Wild West Tour to Feature Bayhawks vs. Rattlers May 22 (
 Posted March 3, 2004
Dustin Martin (F-M) Scores Winner In Third OT to Lift Washington & Lee (
Orangewomen Look for First Win Over Maryland Tonight (The Daily Orange)
Cortland St.'s Game Against ECSU Saturday Moved to Kings Point (
Geneseo a Rising Force In Lacrosse (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Nation's Best Have Roots In CNY Turf (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 2, 2004
Latest Polls: LeMoyne #2, Cortland, SU #3 (
2003 Seniors Reunite at Halftime (and other tidbits) (The Daily Orange)
Overshadowed Lindsay Pours in Four Goals as Syracuse Mounts Late Rally (The Daily Orange)
Hartwick Rolls Over Centenary 28-4 In Opener (The Daily Star)
Team Powell Lacrosse and Offense-Defense Camps Form Alliance (Yahoo Business)
Maryland Women Look to Bounce Back Against Syracuse (
American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Ophthamology Call for All Young Athletes to Use Protective Eyewear (webMD)
Knighthawks Rob Bandits In OT Thriller (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted February 29, 2004
Virginia Loses Second Straight (
Quick Take Off at Wing for Paranelli (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Third-quarter Surge Propels Cornell Over Hofstra (
Orange Blitz (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted February 28, 2004
Stephen Brundage (West Genesee)(2-3) and Matt Cassalia (West Genesee)(2-0)(FO's 7/12) Carry Loyola Over Towson (
Ithaca Cruises to Win Over U of Scranton (
Orangewomen Rally to Upset Virginia (SUAthletics)
Mike Powell Begins Record Chase With 8 Points as SU Tops Tough Army Squad (SUAthletics)
Colgate Doubles Up St. Joseph's (
Freshmen Chris Doctor (Skaneateles)(2-1) and Josh Ashcraft (Carthage)(0-1) Help Rutgers Stop Dartmouth; Greg Havalchak (Corning) Has Career High 22 Saves (
The Orangemen's Top Five Defenders (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Coach Desko Loves the Fast Break (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Coaches Messing Too Much With Game (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange Needs to be Quicker On the Draw (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Army Must Overcome Lack of Experience in Middle (
LeMoyne Has Some Holes to Plug (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell Women Must Find New Batch of Stars (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate Women Looking for Breakthrough Season (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell Beefs Up Schedule (Syracuse Post-Standard)
MLL's "Wild West Tour" Planning Stop in Denver (Major League Lacrosse)
Hartwick Men Looking to go Deep (The Daily Star)
 Posted February 27, 2004
Orangewomen Open Season Against UVa for Sixth Time (The Daily Orange)
SU Has Chance to Make Up for Last Year (The Daily Orange)
Corning East Makes Its Mark On College Lacrosse (Elmira Star-Gazette)
Post-Standard Previews College Lacrosse, 2004 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
The Powell Legacy, In Their Words (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Powell Chasing Powells: the Numbers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lest You Think We've Run Out of Powells . . . Mason! (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Dave Rahme Looks at Division 1 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Expectations High for Panarelli (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted February 26, 2004
Some Differences Between NYS High School Rules and College Rules (
2004 Outlook for Hobart Men (
Coach Jim Stagnitta's #14 Rutgers Set to Open Season Against Dartmouth Saturday ( Added to Lax Links
 Posted February 25, 2004
After Cold Start Colgate Tops Canisius in OT (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate Women Host LeMoyne Today at 4pm
 Posted February 24, 2004
Lacrosse Across the Nation: A Growing National Sport (
Lacrosse for Dummies: Speak the Language (
Colgate Lacrosse Devises Attack Plan (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Listen to Colgate vs. Canisius Beginning at 6:50 Today (Sports Juice)
 Posted February 23, 2004
Lacrosse Across the Nation: A Growing National Sport (
Lacrosse for Dummies: Speak the Language (
Orangemen Top Terps in Final Spring Tune-up (The Daily Orange)
Colgate Men Drop Season Opener to Villanova (Colgate Athletics)
Lacrosse Stars Stay True (Denver Post)
NLL All-Star Shine in Rough Pepsie Center Game (
Pre-Game Report on NLL All-Star Game (Denver Post)
 Posted February 22, 2004
Men's Player Tracker Links Verified/Corrected (
Warming to a New Season (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted February 21, 2004
Orange Defeat Maryland in Final Scrimmage (
Sean Lindsay, Michael Powell (Carthage), Stephen Brundage (Loyola/West Genesee), and Ian Dingman (Navy/Carthage), Named to Tewaaraton Watch List (
Dingman 5-1(Carthage), Bossi 3-0(Skaneateles), Dan Eddy 1-0(Tully), and Dwayne Osgood 1-0(Penn Yan) Come Up Big as Navy Romps Lafayette (
 Posted February 20, 2004
Joe Walters and Maryland Host Orangemen for Saturday Scrimmage (
Vallone's Jaw Healthy (The Daily Orange)
What Colgate Faces Tomorrow at Villanova (
The State of Lacrosse in Rhode Island (and why kids are coming out of the woodwork to play it) (Narragansett Times)
South Florida Lacrosse League 2004 Team Previews (
Youth Lacrosse Molds All-Stars (Denver Post)
 Posted February 19, 2004
Oswego Lacrosse Club Schedules Registration for House League and BULL (Palladium Times)
Colgate Women Announce Five Game Internet Radio Broadcast Schedule (
With No.2 Pick, Rattlers Look to Draft Powell or Tillman (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Navy, Army Picked to Top Patriot League (
UVa Webcasts Include Syracuse, Hopkins, and Maryland (
 Posted February 17, 2004
Four Colgate Home Games to be Webcast (
Being a B.U.L.L. Goalie Only One of Fulton 12 Year-old's Talents (Palladium Times)
 Posted February 16, 2004
Crockett Stars With Powell Out in First Scrimmage (The Daily Orange)
Florida Clubs Gear Up for Last Seasons as State Sanctioning Begins Next Year (
10-0 Run Lifts Irish Over MLL Cannons in Scrimmage (
 Posted February 15, 2004
Orangewomen Split With Penn (SUAthletics)
SU Off to a Good Start Vs. Navy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rattlers to Host Baltimore, ESPN 2 on May 22; Entire TV Schedule Released by Major League Lacrosse (Major League Lacrosse)
Erin Brown Millon Leaving US Lacrosse (US Lacrosse)
Gary Gait Buries OT Goal (Canadian Press)
 Posted February 14, 2004
Orange Tries Different Combinations Against Navy; Ian Dingman (Carthage) Scores Six, Bossi (Skaneateles) Goes 2-2 (SUAthletics)
SU Won't Tip Hand in Scrimmage Vs. Navy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted February 13, 2004
DiPietro Finds New Role in Second Season (The Daily Orange)
Heavily Recruited by Lacrosse Schools, Brandon Corp's Basketball Success May Influence College Choice (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Sub Shop Names Hoagies for B'ville Coaches (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted February 12, 2004
Curley Field to be Renamed After Lacrosse Coach (
Orangewomen Have High Hopes for 2004 (SUAthletics)
Cortland, Nazareth, Ithaca, Hamilton among Top 13 in LaxPower Forum D-III Poll (
Cornell #10, Syracuse #12, in LaxPower Forum Women's D-I Poll (
Syracuse #3, Cornell #10 in LaxPower Forum Men's D-I Poll (
NLL Honors Knighthawks' Malawsky (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Better Get a Scorecard for Princeton Lacrosse 2004 (
Notre Dame Fan? Sports Hotline to Give Updates, Schedules (
Mammoth Games to be Televised on New Sports Network (Denver Post)
 Posted February 9, 2004
Read What the Orangemen Had to Say at Media Day (SUAthletics)
Media Day Quotes from the Orangewomen (SUAthletics)
Twelve Orangewomen Earn AD's Honor Roll (SUAthletics)
17 Orangemen Named to AD's Honor Roll (SUAthletics)
 Posted February 8, 2004
Getting It Right from the Start: Intensity a Focus for 2004 Orangemen (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orangewomen Head Coach Lisa Miller To be Inducted Into William & Mary Athletics Hall of Fame;
OCC's Jason Longo Named Pre-season JUCO Player of the Year by Junior College Coaches
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bob Mathews Editorial: Proposed Ticket Surcharge Isn't Fair;
Rattlers to Open Season in Seatle at Seahawk Stadium
(Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted February 7, 2004
Section 3 Girl's Schedule (by date) at LaxPower (
Section 3 Girl's Schedule (click on team) at LaxPower (
 Posted February 5, 2004
Brine Recalls Triad XP Helmet (
Above Link Not Loading Quickly? Here's the Story from LaxPower Forum (
SUNY Oswego Discussion Tackles History and Trends in Athletics (Oswego Daily News)
CSTV Announces 2004 Schedule and Features (
NLL Title Would Give Gary Gait Pause (Denver Post)
Gary Gait Leads in All-Star Fan Voting (Denver Post)
University of Denver to Build $5 Million Lacrosse Stadium (
 Posted February 3, 2004
SU Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Sophomore Laxer Evelyn Long (SUAthletics)
US Lacrosse Does Not Support Gait's NDP Proposal (US Lacrosse)
Pietramala to be Inducted Into Long Island Hall of Fame (
Knighthawks Lose Grant for Season (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted February 2, 2004
New Balance Buys Warrior Lacrosse (
 Posted February 1, 2004
Gary Gait's NDP to Evaluate High School Players (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Gretzky Sr. Loves Lacrosse (
Anaheim Tabs Pat McCabe as Head Coach (
 Posted January 29, 2004
NYSPHSAA Sponsored Boy's and Girl's Lacrosse Coaches Clinic Set for Tomorrow at SUNY Cortland (Herkimer Telegram)
Pataki Budget Proposes Sports Ticket Surcharge (Syracuse Post-Standard)
B.J. O'Hara Named Rattler Coach (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Zimmer Tabbed as Preseason Offensive Player of the Year; Joines, Walker Preseason All-Big East; SU Preseason #2 in Big East (SUAthletics)
Lafayette to Play Calvert Hall (Md) @ Loyola College April 17th (
Brine Gets $2.9 Million Final Judgment in STX Case (
 Posted January 26, 2004
Lacrosse as Easy as ABC Thanks to John Sardella's L is for Lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
JustLacrosse Men's Player Tracker Update Complete for 2004 - Corrections Can be Sent to (
Section 3 Schedules Filling In at LaxPower (
Homer, IHC, Corning East(3) Make LaxPower's List of Interesting Intersectional Games for 2004 (
Gary Gait Gives Colorado OT Win (Denver Post)
ECAC Loses Automatic Qualifier (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted January 23, 2004
New Research Suggests Young Players Having "Bell Rung" Should Be Removed for Rest of Game (Science Daily)
University of Pittsburgh Report on Sports Concussions (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center)
Kristin Brady (Binghamton) Among Five Orangewomen Recruits (SUAthletics)
Finally Home in the Dome: Kevin Dougherty Transfers fron Hofstra (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Scriba Dome Done, but Sportcenter May Rise (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted January 22, 2004
Nazareth to Host D-I, D-III All-Star Games June 12th (Democrat and Chronicle)
US Lacrosse Clinic Spotlights Sport's Popularity (Indy Star)
Georgia Teams Desperately Seeking Varsity Status (
 Posted January 18, 2004
Death of Heroic, Remarkable Duke Coed Stirs Helmet Contoversy (Boston Globe)
LaxPower's 2004 High School Pages Online (
Binghamton Women Sign Four for 2005 (Binghamton Athletics)
Florida State Players Surprised by "Assistant" Coaches at Jan. 12th Practice (
 Posted January 17, 2004
Ryan Powell (Carthage) to Become SU Assistant (Post-Standard)
 Posted January 16, 2004
Lindsay Hagemann (Watertown) to Be Nittany Lion in 2005 (
Coach Lisa Miller Announces Dates for 2004 SU Girl's Lacrosse Camp (SUAthletics)
Albany Times-Union Interviews SU Recruit Mike Leveille (
Rochester Breaks Ground on Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium (Democrat and Chronicle)
Ryan Powell Forgoes Indoor Carreer; Will Concentrate on MLL and Accept Ass't Coaching Position at SU (
Lacrosse May Join Jousting as Maryland State Sport (SUAthletics)
 Posted January 14, 2004
Colgate Announces 8 Newcomers for Class of 2008 (Colgate Athletics)
 Posted January 13, 2004
NCAA Vote Lets Hopkins Keep Waiver (
NCAA D-III Adopts "Significant Reform" (
2004 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Handbooks (
 Posted January 12, 2004
"Tradition" Receives Overwhelming Support - Hopkins, Other D-III Schools Keep D-I Waivers (
Scholarships Will Continue for D-III "Play Up" Schools (
 Posted January 11, 2004
Albany Times-Union Comments on NCAA's "Misguided Campaign" Against
D-III/D-I Scholarships
(Albany Times-Union)
Commentary: What School Districts Owe Athletes (Syracuse Post-Standard)
K-hawks Top Rock (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Arizona Over Anaheim in 3 OT's; Stealth Edges Mammoth in Home Debut; Other Game Reports (
Gait Scoreless But Mammoth Nips Host Sting (Rocky Mountain News)
Cornell, Ithaca Grads Cross Paths in San Jose (Santa cruz Sentinel)
Knighthawks' Heart and Soul Has a New Role (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted January 9, 2004
Hopkins Readies Its Arguments for Waiver (
RPI, St. Lawrence, Clarkson, Hartwick, Oneonta St. Get Support from Sen. Schumer (Albany Times Union)
Knighthawks' Heart and Soul Has a New Role (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted January 8, 2004
Hanover (West Genesee), Koesterer (Cazenovia) Among Duke's Class of 2008 (
How to Keep Division I Sports at a Division III School (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted January 2, 2004
Convicted In Diane Whipple Death, Knoller to Begin Parole (Newsday)
Hopkins' Greg Raymond (Corning East) Named Captain for Second Time (
Oragneman Steve Vallone (Corning East) Earns Pre-Season Honor (The Leader Online)
Young Women 2 to 10 Times More Likely to Sustain ACL Damage Than Young Men (Palm Beach Post)
Division III Reform Package Set for Vote at NCAA Convention Jan. 9-12 (The Daily Star)
Chris Klein, Lacrosse Player "Oz" Ostreicher in American Pie, Engaged to Katie Holmes (
Since its creation . . .
central new york lacrosse
. . . the tradition continues