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 Headline Archives, July - September '04

 Posted September 30, 2004
Word out that Price Modern "Lacrosse for Leukemia" has been cancelled due to poor field conditions (LaxPower Forum)
NLL sets tomorrow as deadline for collective bargaining agreement (National Post/Canada.com)
 
 Posted September 29, 2004
National Museum of the American Indian gift shop offers lacrosse sticks, which reminds writer of college days at Syracuse (USA Today)
Stroke thought to be cause of King's College middie's death (citizensvoice.com)
PSA: Biggest jump in voter registration in Onondaga County in 12 years - 297,000 out of 335,000 possible voters are registered!
By-mail deadline October 8th . . . In-person deadline October 9th
(WIXT-TV)
 
 Posted September 24, 2004
Jarett Park chooses lacrosse over soccer this fall (Daily Orange)
Kevin Burns (West Genesee) named assistant men's lacrosse coach at Binghamton (Binghamton Athletics)
Only three home dates on 2005 Binghamton schedule (Binghamton Athletics)
Cornell men begin 2005 season hosting Notre Dame (cornellbigred.com)
Hobart to host Albany February 19th (hws.com)
Baltimore Elite (U18) to play Japanese National College Champion Keio University in Friendship Games Sunday (baltimorelacrosseclub.com)
 
 Posted September 23, 2004
Rich Barnes (Cortland) and Brett Campbell (Oswego) named assistants at Cortland (LaxPower.com)
SU Athletics and Citadel Broadcasting (Syracuse) extend radio network contract (SUAthletics)
Greenburg House to honor tradition of SU men's lacrosse on October 26 (SUAthletics)
Grieving parents want Colorado U. to change (Denver Post)
 
 Posted September 22, 2004
Hobart to participate in 2nd Annual Algonquin Cup (hws.edu)
Stony Brook head coach Lars Tiffany (LaFayette) announces Seawolves 2005 schedule (hws.edu)
 
 Posted September 19, 2004
University of Colorado problems hit lacrosse community as former Deerfield Academy player dies after fraternity party (Denver Post)
Lacrosse bucks the trend of declining boy's sports participation in Minnesota high schools (St. Paul Pioneer)
Growing popularity makes lacrosse trendy choice in San Deigo area for sports-themed bedrooms (San Deigo Union-Tribune)
 
 Posted September 17, 2004
Upstate Chapter of US Lacrosse announces plans for three fall events, including the Great Pumpkin Stickout October 10th (SUAthletics)
SU men's lacrosse team to sign autographs before football game, 10:30 Satuday (SUAthletics)
BYU coming back east again, joining Cornell and others at the Genesee Valley (Md) Classic (USLIA.com)
Binghamton releases 2005 men's schedule (Binghamton.edu)
Tentative 2005 Cortland schedule features season opener at the Dome against LeMoyne (cortlandlacrosse.blogspot.com)
Two administrative positions filled for 2006 US Men's Lacrosse Team (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted September 15, 2004
Elmira College head coach Governanti moves to Dartmouth as assistant (Dartmouth.edu)
 
 Posted September 12, 2004
Chenango Forks grad to coach in England (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Ithaca means great lacrosse tournaments:
Goblin Games for girls, October 30-31 . . .
(luvlax.com)
. . . and the 13th Annual Turkeyshoot Tourney, November 6-7, with a nice redesigned website (turkeyshootlacrosse.com)
 
 Posted September 10, 2004
Former Orangemen return for alumni game at Coyne, 11:00am Saturday, followed by 2004-05 intrasquad scrimmage (SUAthletics)
 
 Posted September 9, 2004
Eagle Broadcasting will once again carry Cornell Sports (cornellbigred.com)
Enrollment numbers for 2004-05 result in Classification changes for some downstate teams (LaxPower Phorum)
Lead surgeon for former President Clinton former laxer (Williams.edu)
 
 Posted September 7, 2004
ESPN to launch college sports network in March 2005 (AP/Yahoo News)
High speed driving claims teenage lacrosse player (Boston Herald)
 
 Posted September 6, 2004
An update on David Streeten (LaxPower.com phorum)
2005 Hobart schedule (hws.edu)
2005 Cornell men's schedule (cornellbigred.com)
 
 Posted September 3, 2004
Sports complex planned for Conklin (WBNG)
MIAA's Archbishop Spaulding boys coming to CNY to play West Genesee April 23, 2005 (ashsboyslacrosse)
LaxPower phorum discussion on the visit (LaxPower.com phorum)
Albany, Colgate, and SU competing in the 2005 Price Mobern Lacrosse for Leukemia Tourney; Schedule and other participants . . . (LaxPower.com phorum)
Disappointing Final Four performance still bothers Pietramala, Jays (Johns Hopkins Newsletter)
 
 Posted September 2, 2004
Former lacrosse star David Metz (West Genesee) has new goal (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Strong lacrosse program one reason new Auburn High principal applied for position (Syracuse Post-Standard)
MLL thanks fans in open letter; looks to expand by four teams in 2006 (majorleaguelacrosse.com)
University of Pennsylvania to serve as institutional host for '05, '06 NCAA Men's Final Four (The Daily Pennsylvanian)
Enjoy our constant variety of sport (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted September 1, 2004
Search for 2006 US Men's National Team head coach begins - Apply here (US Lacrosse)
Eight support staff positions also available for 2006 - Apply here (US Lacrosse)
Brittany Scott (B'ville) and Jane Bush (Jordan-Elbridge) among eight New Yorkers committing to Albany (Albany.edu)
Katie Woods leaves Big Red to help coach at Brown (brownbears.com)
Laurie Tortorelli promoted at Cornell (cornellbigred.com)
Loyola men announce 2005 schedule (loyolagreyhounds.com.com)
 
 Posted August 31, 2004
Former Rattler coach takes helm at Penn St. (gopsusports.com)
Sirius enrolls college sports for satellite radio (Yahoo News/Variety)
Comcast launches CSTV as part of sports tier programming (prnewswire)
Wed 9/01 6:00pm Boys: Henninger vs. West Genesee (?) 8:00pm Girls: Fulton-Montgomery vs. Liverpool (?)
 
 Posted August 28, 2004
SU, Hopkins headline Lacrosse for Leukemia Tourney (LaxPower.com)
Brian Nee joins Bayhawk roster (baltimorebayhawks.com)
Lacrosse falls short of IOC standard (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted August 26, 2004
Roy Cosley becomes champ, dad all in the same week (Philadelphia Inquirer)
New Lacrosse Club of Mexico(NY) set for meeting on Monday for girls grades 3-12 (Palladium Times)
Hobart among six schools to battle for 2nd Annual Algonquin Cup (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted August 25, 2004
Bring lacrosse back to the Summer Olympics (Toronto Star)
Gov. Pataki to open NYS Fair with help of two NCAA lacrosse National Championship teams (wstm.com)
Construction on new lacrosse/soccer stadium at Herkimer CC due for completion in spring of '05 (Herkimer Telegram)
Roy Simmons, Sr., among those honored on mural being painted on former Erie Blvd train station (Syracuse New Times)
 
 Posted August 24, 2004
Fitz's Blog new feature at JustLacrosse (JustLacrosse)
Tribal contributions to the Olympics (NativeTimes.com)
Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa) presents funding to University of Pittsburgh to continue Female ACL Injury Prevention Project (upmc.com)
UMass comes up big at MLL Championship (masslive.com)
Rockford, MI's seven-year lacrosse club elevated to varsity status - as long as parents foot the bill for coaches and transportation (mlive.com)
 
 Posted August 23, 2004
Barrage complete miricle season (majorleaguelacrosse.com)
MLL annual awards announced (majorleaguelacrosse.com)
Ryan Powell, Gary Gait, John Glatzel named All-MLL (majorleaguelacrosse.com)
 
 Posted August 22, 2004
Boston Cannons face Barrage in title MLL match (Boston Herald)
Rattlers season ends in semi-finals (rochesterrattlers.com)
13 former Orangemen compete in MLL Championship Weekend (SU Athletics)
 
 Posted August 19, 2004
Cali Wojdyla (Liverpool/Rutgers) "giving back" with ISIS Lacrosse Club (phillyburbs.com)
Colgate appoints Jeff Cohen and Mike Borsz as Men's assistants (Colgate Athletics)
Rattlers ready to battle Philly in Boston (rochesterrattlers.com)
Well protected, over aggressive? Some school officials think not (theconnectionnewspapers.com)
 
 Posted August 17, 2004
Coffman scores five as Rattlers gain playoff spot with win over Lizards - Play Friday afternoon vs. Philadelphia (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Patrick Myers joins Cornell staff (cornellbigred.com)
New Jersey boy can't play on girl's team (phillyburbs.com)
 
 Posted August 15, 2004
US Lacrosse joins regional effort to encourage good sportsmanship (Baltimore Sun)
Rattlers clinch playoff spot (rnews.com)
Lake Placid Tourney wraps up today (lakeplacidlax.com)
 
 Posted August 13, 2004
LaxNation's Kyle Devitte interviews Mikey Powell (LaxNation.com)
Alfred star David Vail accepts coaching/playing opportunity in England (collegesports.com)
 
 Posted August 12, 2004
Paul Richards (B'ville) and Brian Gormley (LaFayette) among impressive list of Loyola freshmen (LoyolaGreyhounds.com)
Little League losing its grip on kids - "When my 30-year-old son was a high school baseball player, the best athletes played baseball. Now, a lot of the best athletes play lacrosse. It's faster, it's a game of flow rather than episodes and there's a certain amount of collision." - Syndicated columnist George Will (Los Angeles Times)
ECAC Women's Division III Upstate Lacrosse All-Stars announced (ECAC.org)
ECAC Men's Division III Upstate Lacrosse All-Stars announced (ECAC.org)
National Championship trophy will be on display at annual Orange FanFest at Manley Field House, Tuesday August 24, beginning at 4 pm (SUAthletics.com)
Riddell, Bell Helmets merge under Fenway Partners, Inc. banner (prnewswire)
 
 Posted August 10, 2004
US Lacrosse announces two fall US Men's Team nation clinics (US Lacrosse)
US Lacrosse 2005 National Convention to be held January 13-16 in Philadelphia (US Lacrosse)
2005 IFWLA World Cup Tourney set for Annapolis, June 22-July 2 (US Lacrosse)
High School "Cup of Nations" tournament to be held concurrent with 2005 IFWLA World Cup, June 22-July 2, at Anne Arundel Community College (US Lacrosse)
 
 Posted August 9, 2004
Rattlers post-season bid no easy ride (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 
 Posted August 8, 2004
Rattlers close to clinching playoff spot (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
3rd Annual John Pepper Memorial Tournament continues today (JohnPepperLax.com)
Monday on TWS-26: 6pm 4/20/88 Orangemen @ Cornell; 8:30pm 4/22/89 Rutgers @ SU
 
 Posted August 7, 2004
3rd Annual John Pepper Memorial Tournament set for Saturday (girls), Sunday (boys) (JohnPepperLax.com)
2nd West Genesee Alumni Games face off 5pm Saturday (WGLax.com)
Emily Edmonston named Bearcats' head women's lacrosse coach (Press and Sun-Bulletin)
 
 Posted August 6, 2004
Auburn's Summer Lacrosse League season ends with a flourish (Auburn Citizen)
Binghamton hires as Emily Edmonston head women's lacrosse coach (Binghamton.edu)
Rattlers need a little help to clinch playoff spot SAturday (Rochester Rattlers)
 
 Posted August 5, 2004
Mike Powell signs on with Brine, will help launch Brine West in Denver (pdf) (Brine.com)
Tully box league helps local college players hone skills in off-season (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fairfield to join ECAC in 2006; Limestone head coach moving to coordinate defense at Hobart; UVa's Yevoli may redshirt (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted August 4, 2004
Empire State Games boy's compiled statistics courtesy lacrosse guru Tom L (LaxPower.com)
Haudenosaunee Friendship Festival to be held August 7th at on OCC campus (Syracuse New Times)
Maryland transplant and Parks and Rec department begin efforts to build lacrosse interest in Johnson City, TN (Elizabethton Star)
Guilford, CT lacrosse team continues tour of Hawaii (KauaiWorld.com)
 
 Posted August 3, 2004
LaxPower Forum report on David Streeten's condition (LaxPower.com)
Decision on sports complex for Rome due in three weeks (Rome Sentinel)
Former Nashua High lacrosse coach files lawsuit (Nashua Telegrah)
 
 Posted August 2, 2004
Kauai doctor has the unique distinction of having played lacrosse with Kerry, rugby with Bush (KHNL.com)
Empire State Games, Binghamton area win praise -- despite rain (Press and Sun-Bulletin)
Long Island boys, girls disappointed with silver (Interesting read for upstaters) (Newsday)
ESG lacrosse boxscores (Empire State Games)
LaxPower listing of SU recruits for 2004-2005 (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted August 1, 2004
In final day of action, Adirondack wins first ever against Central, 6-5; Long Island hangs on against Western 9-8; Central wins gold, Long Island silver, Adirondack bronze (Empire State Games)
Bill Serino (Nazareth) and Justin Kohlbrenner (Henninger/LeMoyne) lead Onondaga stars past Syracuse stars in the Salty Dogs sulute to champions all-star lacrosse game (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Matt Abbott scores game-winner, clinches gold; Central closes against Adirondack at 10am today (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Kristin Taylor (F-M), Lisa McCarthy (West Genesee) lead girls over Long Island, bring home the gold (Syracuse Post-Standard)
ESG lacrosse boxscores (Empire State Games)
FRIDAY: Women squeak by Adirondack 10-9 (Click here, then on game at ESG Schedule page for results) (Empire State Games)
Men's and Women's ESG scholastic lacrosse ROSTERS (Empire State Games)
Men's and Women's ESG scholastic lacrosse SCHEDULE (Empire State Games)
Scholastic men's lacrosse: Directions to Binghamton East Middle School stadium from southbound on I-81 and eastbound on Rt. 17 (OACSD.org)
Empire state Games venue directions (Empire State Games)
 
 Posted July 31, 2004
Central men defeat Long Island 8-6 to win the gold medal
Discussion about unconfirmed reports that Mike Powell has signed with Brine, while Warrior has dropped Casey and Ryan (LaxPower Forum)
Central (3-0) boys come back against Western, trounce Hudson Valley; Face 3-0 Long Island for gold tonight at 7 pm (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted July 30, 2004
David Streeten wants brother to compete at Empire State Games (Press and Sun-Bulletin)
Liverpool native happy to be home from Afghanistan, will play in lacrosse exhibition honoring area champions before Salty Dog game Saturday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
FRIDAY: Women squeak by Adirondack 10-9 (Click here, then on game at ESG Schedule page for results) (Empire State Games)
THURSDAY: CNS's Kim Quartier ties game with 20 seconds left in regulation, F-M's Kristen Taylor's OT goal give Central win; Later Thursday Central lose to Long Island 10-7; Men trounce NYC 17-2 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Long Island women win 3 games Thursday (Newsday)
Lacrosse hotbed still cool to pro game (Washington Times)
 
 Posted July 29, 2004
Central women stop Western in OT, drop one to Long Island; Latest boxscores (Empire State Games)
Four teams battle for three playoff spots in MLL's week #10 (OurSportsCentral.com)
MLL's first commissioner has has big plans for future of pro lacrosse (Boston.com)
Naval Academy to host 2005 NCAA Women's Final Four (NavySports.com)
 
 Posted July 28, 2004
In the August 6th issue of Inside Lacrosse magazine: Two-page spread with a post-championship photo of the West Genesee Wildcats and Coach Messere commenting on "The Reservoir", shaved heads, Shove Park, and West Genny legends
Central preps for medal hunt (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted July 27, 2004
Soccer's Colorado Rapids announce plans for stadium complex which may be shared with Mammoth, youth lacrosse (MLSnet.com)
 
 Posted July 26, 2004
Commotio cordis baffles science, sports (USA Today)
Oswego Daily News photos from BULL's closing weekend action (Oswego Daily News)
Shawn Nadelen (Rush-Henrietta) appointed full-time assistant at Towson (TowsonTigers.com)
A full report, with additional photos, from the '04 Wildcat Invitational (WGLax.com)
Photos from the '04 Wildcat Invitational (JustLacrosse)
 
 Posted July 25, 2004
Our thoughts are with David Streeten (U of Binghamton/Corning East) after 30 foot fall (Corning Leader)
Defense clicks, offense uses 11-0 run as Rattlers pound Pride, tie Baltimore for division lead (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 
 Posted July 24, 2004
LeMoyne star Brandon Spillett (Liverpool) tears ACL (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Eight upstate girls named All-Americans by US Lacrosse (LaxPower.com)
Great weather for Wildcat Invitational (JustLacrosse)
Twenty-one games last night, BULL final weekend continues today in Fulton (The Palladium Times)
Rattler Dutton feels right at home (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 
 Posted July 22, 2004
Liam Banks joins Pride in time to go up against familiar faces on Rattlers; This and other weekend matchups to help define playoffs (OurSportsCentral.com)
Tom Lener (LaxPower's Tom L): Lacrosse Superfan (The Journal News)
Auburn athletes to help raise money for Cato-Meridian (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted July 20, 2004
U of Albany alum donates $250,000 towards new lacrosse stadium (albany.bizjournals.com)
Intense but fun week of lacrosse camp underway at Oswego St. (Palladium Times)
 
 Posted July 19, 2004
Fifty-eight Newsday photos from 2004 NYS high school championships and Long Island championships (Newsday)
First-Round pairing announced for 2004 Wildcat Invitational, Saturday, July 24th (JustLacrosse)
 
 Posted July 18, 2004
Stick controversy mars Rattler loss in OT (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Fulton set to host BULL's Champions Weekend July 23-24 (Palladium Times)
Lack of fields and two-vote defeat of state sanctioning is stifling boy's lacrosse in parts of Minnesota (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Guilford, CT, youth team traveling to Hawaii for exhibition against Aloha Youth Lacrosse Association (KauaiWorld.com)
 
 Posted July 16, 2004
Saturday, July 17 on TWS Ch. 26: 9:30am Goergetown vs. SU (1996); 11:30am Loyola vs. SU (1996) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Salty Dogs salute local lacrosse champions with all-star lacrosse/soccer double-header July 31st; unfortunately many fans will be headed to Binghamton that night for CNY vs. Long Island in the Empire State Games (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted July 15, 2004
Utica College hosting lacrosse camps July 23 - August 1 (Herkimer Telegram)
 
 Posted July 14, 2004
Roy Colsey, Paul Carcaterra: Falling MLL salaries forcing players to leave league (The Journal News)
Nadia Dovi (Cortland) one of three Hamilton women named to the 2004 IWLCA Division III National Academic Honor Roll (Hamilton.edu)
MLL division leaders to battle in Rochester Saturday at 7:30pm (OurSports Central)
University of Denver breaks ground on Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium (denver.bizjournals.com)
 
 Posted July 12, 2004
A reminder about the West Genesee Wildcat Invitational being held Saturday, July 24th (JustLacrosse)
Photos of the Varsity "A" opening round matchups at the 1812 Shootout (JustLacrosse)
Photo of the scoreboard at the 1812 Shootout - All finals but the Varsity "A" Division (JustLacrosse)
Tonight on Time Warner Sports Ch.26: 6:00 pm North Carolina vs. SU from 1988; 8:30 pm Adelphi vs. SU from 1988 (TWCNY.com)
 
 Posted July 11, 2004
Photo of the scoreboard at the 1812 Shootout - All finals but the Varsity "A" Division (JustLacrosse)
US Elite women defeat Canada in B'ville (VirginiaSports.com)
Bayhawks succumb to Rattlers (Baltimore Sun)
 
 Posted July 10, 2004
US Lacrosse announces 2004 Men's High School All-Americans (LaxPower.com)
Rattlers win second in a row over Bayhawks, 17-13 - Josh Coffman scores six among some of the greatest names in SU lacrosse history including Powell's, Gait, and Marechek (Rochester Rattlers)
Torrey Pines players launch community-help program(SignOnSanDiego)
Fans can order their own commemorative 2004 NCAA Men's Lacrosse National Championship plaque (SUAthletics)
Things heating up in London, Ontario, as they prepare to host the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship (London Free Press)
This lacrosse field is too popular(Greenwich, CT Time)
 
 Posted July 9, 2004
Locals All-Stars to play US, Canadian elite women, including Tewaaraton Trophy winner Amy Appelt in B'ville's Star Spangled Lacrosse Tourney this weekend(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted July 7, 2004
Empire State Games rosters released (empirestategames.org)
JUCO Player of the Year coming to Syracuse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hard work earns California lacrosse standout ticket to Syracuse (SignOnSanDiego.com)
CSTV's "Like Father, Like Son: The Syracuse Lacrosse Legacy" available for viewing online (SUAthletics)
Bayhawks place Powell on Did Not Report list (OurSportsCentral.com)
SU plans Alumni Weekend, Ring presentation for September 10-12 (SUAthletics.com)
Oswego Lacrosse Club awards scholarships (Palladium Times)
 
 Posted July 6, 2004
Elite champions crowned in Vail (Vail Daily News)
Youth lacrosse growing around Indianapolis (IndyStar.com)
 
 Posted July 4, 2004
Bayhawks to activate Mike Powell for July 5th game versus Rattlers, father doesn't believe Mike will play this season (Baltimore Sunwsday)
High Schooler focuses on lacrosse to help overcome losing both parents in a 15-month span (Newsday)
Colleen O'Mara (West Genesee) named to IWLCA Academic Honor Roll (IWLCA.org)
Team Harrow, AXIA roll into semifinals at Vail (Vail Daily News)
 
 Posted July 3, 2004
Vail Shootout results and photos (vaillacrosse.com)
New ownership group develops plans for former sports complex in Scriba (Palladium Times)
 
 Posted July 2, 2004
Schedule and brackets for 1812 Shootout Varsity Division (1812 Shootout)
SU's Monica Joines and Jacquelyn Walker named to 2004 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll (SUAthletics)
Unconfirmed report of Sachem's Pat Perrit heading to SU(?) "wildoffense" comments on Perrit's game (LaxPower Forum)
 
 Posted July 1, 2004
Naval Academy welcomes Class of '08 (Marine Corps Times)
Team Colorado looks to defens Elite title at Vail (Vail Daily News)
Former Maroons making names for themselves after high school (Auburn Citizen)
Brandon Spillett appears in SI's Faces in the Crowd (LaxPower Forum)
 
 Posted June 30, 2004
Conner Gill named assistant at Virginia (virginiasports.com)
Facilities fair game for Title IX suits (New York Times)
The men's Auburn Adult Box Lacrosse League begins 13th season tonight; Auburn's expanding summer camp program growing quickly, adds tourney-type competition against other area programs (Auburn Citizen)
Report on U-15 Festival held in Binghamton last weekend (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Football legends and rainbows watched 2004 Vail Lacrosse Shootout; great photos (VailLacrosse.com)
A year later, Geppi-Aikens still touches those she left (Baltimore Sun)
 
 Posted June 28, 2004
Empire State Games Men's, Women's Lacrosse schedule released (empirestategames.org)
Dan Harris (Manlius) named to Patriot League's Men's Lacrosse Honor Roll (NavySports.com)
South wins National Senior showcase (stltoday.com)
 
 Posted June 27, 2004
Professor of landscape architecture was SU's men's lacrosse team founder (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Updated New York All-Time High School Boy's Lacrosse Records (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted June 26, 2004
Jim Brown still looking to gain ground (BerniesInsiders.com)
College Sports Information Directors announce Academic All-Americans, locals include Tim DeBlois (Cornell/F-M), Greg Rommel (SU/Henninger), Kristin Kohl (St. Bonaventure/Liverpool), Nadia Dovi (Hamilton/Cortland) (LaxPower.com)
Central Empire State Games boy's roster compiled from information listed on message boards (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted June 25, 2004
Scorer-turned-playmaker for state champs, Courtney Farrell, named CNY Player of the Year (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Final LaxPower national high school ratings find West Genesee boys third, F-M girls fourth, Penn Yan sixth, Brighton ninth (LaxPower.com)
2004 All-CNY Girl's team (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Meet the 2004 All-CNY Girl's first team (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Girls: CNY All-Americans, Coaches of the Year, and All-League teams (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Summer Jam Lacrosse Tourney set for tomorrow (SummerJamLacrosse.com)
 
 Posted June 24, 2004
First Annual Wildcat Invitational field set (JustLacrosse)
2004 National Senior Showcase this weekend in St. Louis (US Lacrosse)
Binghamton hosts the 2004 US Lacrosse Under-15 Festival this weekend (US Lacrosse)
US Lacrosse accepting applications for 2004 Fall Grants (US Lacrosse)
Selection process begins for 2006 US Men's National Team (US Lacrosse)
2004 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame class announced (US Lacrosse)
Hanover, Richards share Player of the Year honor (Syracuse Post-Standard)
2004 All-CNY Boy's team (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Meet the 2004 All-CNY Boy's first team (Syracuse Post-Standard)
CNY All-Americans, Coaches of the Year, and All-League teams (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted June 23, 2004
Donn Vidosh reflects on 2004 season for Michigan paper (Petoskey News-Review)
 
 Posted June 22, 2004
Central Oregon measuring lacrosse interest with free skills clinic (BendBulletin)
 
 Posted June 21, 2004
Vermont girls, New Hampshire boys win Twin State Senior All-Star games (Bennington Banner)
Queens College planning to install two artificial turf fields (Charlotte Observer)
Longmeadow(Mi) girls end Westwood's(Mi) 50-game win streak, capture Michigan State Title (Daily News Transcript)