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 Posted December 28, 2004
New National Lacrosse League season marks Gary Gait's goodbye tour (Toronto Globe & Mail)
National Lacrosse League announces rules changes for 2005 (
 Posted December 25, 2004
Former lacrosse-playing brothers to face each other in Gator Bowl (
Lauren Whitcomb (East Rochester) one of eight signing with Hofstra (
 Posted December 23, 2004
#2 SU sandwiched between Hopkins and Princeton in Inside Lacrosse preseason D-I coaches poll; Cornell 9th (Inside Lacrosse)
ESPNU to televise at least nine college lacrosse games (LaxPower Forum)
 Posted December 22, 2004
Nazareth, Cortland, Ithaca make top 10 in Inside Lacrosse preseason D-III coaches poll (Inside Lacrosse)
Former Alfred St. goalie riles up fans in Arizona (Glendale Star)
 Posted December 21, 2004
LeMoyne men #1 in Inside Lacrosse preseason D-II coaches poll (Inside Lacrosse)
Former SUNY Utica/Rome Wildcats looking for alumni for summer weekend reunion in NC (LaxPower Forum)
 Posted December 20, 2004
Katie Neer (B'ville) signs to play for Albany in 2005-06 (
Bridget Hamm (Penn Yan) signs to play for Syracuse beginning in 2005 (SU Athletics)
Whitney Michele (East Rochester) to continue lacrosse career at UConn (
Herkimer, Monroe, Onondaga, and Alfred St. make Inside Lacrosse preseason JuCo top 10 (Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted December 18, 2004
Special: Congratulations to CBA Quarterback Greg Paulus, named Gatorade National Scholastic Player of the Year (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne men release 2005 schedule (
LeMoyne women release 2005 schedule (
TJ Wallace (Penfield/McQuaid Jesuit named one of three co-captains for Bucknell (
Ryan Lewis (Auburn) and Michael Mullett (F-M) commit to play for Villanova (
Rutgers' Greg Havalchak (Corning East), and SU's Brian Crockett and Steve Panarelli named 2nd team Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-Americans; Jay Pfeifer named to third team (
Corning East, West Genesee among field for 2005 Daniel Hand (
LaxPower rates biggest upsets in Section 3 for 2004; C-NS over Nottingham tops the list (
Planned golf dome at Turning Stone can also be used for lacrosse (Oneida Dispatch)
 Posted December 14, 2004
Albany inks three from West Genesee: middie Mark Cometti, goalie Dan McKeon, and attack Tim Spillitt (
 Posted December 13, 2004
Jessica Flaherty (Webster) signs to play with New Hampshire (
Cornell releases 2005 schedule, names captains (
 Posted December 10, 2004
John Desko picked to lead 2006 US Men's National Team (SU Athletics)
 Posted December 8, 2004
As Gary Gait gets ready to retire, he hopes to continue to help sport's popularity to grow (Greely Tribune)
Orange lax alumni to mentor current players (The Daily Orange)
 Posted December 4, 2004
Sara Gallagher (Carthage) signs to play at Mt. St. Mary's (Mt. St. Mary's Athletics)
 Posted December 3, 2004
Ryan Tierney (Baldwinsville) among three signing LOT's with Siena (
Middie Matt Warner (Geneva) signs with Penn St. (
2004 Orange Championship season highlight DVD on sale now (SU Athletics)
 Posted December 2, 2004
Cornell great, 9/11 victim Eamon McEneaney's poetry to be published (USA Today)
 Posted December 1, 2004
It's official, SU signs Dan Hardy (Tully), Kenny Nims (Watertown), and Pat Perritt (Sachem East) (SU Athletics)
From JustLacrosse, Nov. 18th: Photo of Watertown's Kenny Nims officially signing to play for Syracuse University (
Jordan Loftus (Watertown IHC) one of ten signees at Georgetown (
Roy Simmons, Jr. Christmas tree on display at Everson (SU Athletics)
 Posted November 30, 2004
Betsy Bubnack (West Genesee), Michele Lissner (East Syracuse-Minoa), and Lisa McCarthy (West Genesee) sign to play at LeMoyne (
Todd Richardson (Jordan-Elbridge), Aaron Manzer (Canadaigua), Tom Eighmey (Carthage), and Jason Lashomb (Aquinas Institute) among nine heading to Mercyhurst (
 Posted November 27, 2004
Knighthawks win in OT; Quad City fans iffy on future of indoor lacrosse there (Quad-City Times)
 Posted November 26, 2004
Quad-City Times offers primer on lacrosse as Knighthawks face San Jose in exhibition tonight (Quad-City Times)
Giant abandoned airplane hangers ideal for conversion to indoor sports complexes (
 Posted Thanksgiving Day, 2004
Thirteen CNY boys listed as early recruits for 2005-06 at LaxPower (
Nineteen CNY girls listed as early recruits for 2005-06 at LaxPower (
 Posted November 24, 2004
Kim Quartier (Cicero-North Syracuse) signs with Stony Brook for 2005-06 (
Binghamton signs four cny'ers to Letters of Intent: Jake Boyce and Dylan Bittlingmaier (Pittsford), Chris Mulheron (Canadaigua), and Duncan Streeten (Corning East) (
2005 SU men's schedule announced (SU Athletics)
2004 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame Induction Celebration and recap with links to bios and speeches (US Lacrosse)
 Posted November 22, 2004
Lacrosse Hall of Famer A. Norman Webb (Army) leaves $4.5 million to US Lacrosse (US Lacrosse)
Town of Sullivan to offer coed indoor rec program at Chittenango High (scroll to Town of Sullivan) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted November 20, 2004
Watertown HS is hoping to schedule two games April 16-23 in the Maryland, eastern PA area - Interested schools can email Coach Burr at (LaxPower Forum)
Todd Weil (Skaneateles) leaves as assistant at Cortland St. to lead SUNY Cobleskill men's program (The Daily Star)
 Posted November 19, 2004
2005 D-1 Men's Quarterfinals to be hosted by Princeton, Hopkins (
 Posted November 18, 2004
Photo of Watertown's Kenny Nims officially signing to play for Syracuse University (
Oswego St. grad Travis Cook inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame (Palladium Times)
SU Athletic Director Jake Crouthamel to retire (SU Athletics)
RFA's Christine Grogg signs with Limestone (Sentinel Online)
 Posted November 14, 2004
St. Michael's College High School in Toronto looking to schedule tournament or individual games against teams in NY, Ohio, or Michigan (LaxPower Forum)
Good news-bad news: Central ESG member Vestal's Steve Campbell signs with Rutgers Friday, November 5th, tears ACL next day in football playoffs (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Downstate's Katonah-Lewisboro plans to ban eighth-graders from playing on high school teams (The Journal-News)
Title IX a success at Susquehanna University (The Crusader Online)
Article points to need for Title IX-like policy in England (The Observer Magazine)
 Posted November 12, 2004
Turkeyshoot Lacrosse Tournament results (
Mikey Powell's bio on Brine (
 Posted November 11, 2004
SU kills webcasts of WAER sports play-by-play: Lacrosse, football, and basketball commercial broadcasts will be available for a fee (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Artificial turf, pressbox among renovations planned at Clary Middle School (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Greg Rommel (Henninger) named named SU Scholar Athlete of the Week (SU Athletics)
Chris Mitchell (Oswego/Herkimer CC) heading for Mt. St. Mary's (The Palladium Times)
SU lacrosse players help plant trees at Comfort Tyler Park (SU Athletics)
 Posted November 3, 2004
Powell Brothers Offense-Defense Lacrosse Camps announce 2005 plans, including help from Coffman brothers (
MLL, ESPN extend TV contract (
 Posted November 1, 2004
Click on your team's location to find your Turkey Shoot schedule (
UC-Davis' Kelly Albin named 2004 NCAA Woman of the Year (AP/
Face-Off Philadelphia website ready for the 2005-06 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships (
 Posted October 28, 2004
Casey, Ryan and Mikey Powell in Hawaii for the 2004 Hawaii Lacrosse Invitational (
 Posted October 28, 2004
Nate Molinari (Oswego) and Chris Scanlon (Corning West) join two others as 2005 Hobart captains (
John Grant could soon sign with Rattlers (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Gary Gait signs with Colorado with plans to retire at year's end (Denver Post)
Knighthawks, Stealth to play exhibition in Moline (
 Posted October 25, 2004
We've updated the links to central New York colleges on our High School & College page. Now the main college site, as well as the athletic department, conference affiliation, men's and women's programs and their rosters and schedules are just one click away. (JustLacrosse)
Joe Walters (Irondequoit) wins Maryland's Van Trump Award (
Title IX complaints cross gender lines in Princeton, NJ (The Princedton Packet)
 Posted October 20, 2004
RE/MAX offering to allow teams, schools or clubs to participate in a group purchase of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED's) for $995 each (JustLacrosse)
Georgetown's 2005 schedule includes game with SU March 12th in Los Angeles (
Brock University (St. Catherines, Ontario) with Delby Powless ties with both Nazareth and RIT over the weekend (
As popularity of lacrosse grows out west, college teams face hurdles ramping up their programs: UCLA (The Daily Bruin)
 Posted October 18, 2004
LeMoyne men take Penn St. 8-7 (The Digital Collegian)
 Posted October 15, 2004
Hobart, Army representing upstate at Algonquin Cup tourney hosted by Stony Brook (
RIT Fallball Tourney scheduled for RIT Saturday (LaxPower Forum)
 Posted October 13, 2004
Freshman Niewieroski shows versatility on offense (The Daily Orange)
MLL and The Lacrosse Insitute announce Titan Tour locations (
University of Oregon players study Team Building 101 (The Oregonian)
 Posted October 11, 2004
Photos from the Pumpkin Stickout - SU vs. LeMoyne (JustLacrosse)
Geneva HS Coach William Warder takes helm at U of Hartford (
Gary Gait to serve as Guest of Honor at Baltimore Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser (
Leveille makes his mark at Pumpkin Shootout (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lax Play Day set for tonight in Corning (Corning Leader)
 Posted October 10, 2004
Dragons sweep fall tourney (Cortland Lacrosse)
Orange top LeMoyne 7-4, go 3-0 in Pumpkin Stickout (SUAthletics)
Worn out and wondering why: Zack Wallace battles mystery illness (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Adelphi, Bryant, and Ithaca joining in SUNY Cortland's Fall Ball Showdown Sunday, October 10th (scroll down) (
 Posted October 9, 2004
SU gets a look at newcomers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted October 8, 2004
SU, Loyola even up at 11 (SUAtletics)
D-I, D-II champs to battle at Stickout (The Daily Orange)
CNY Roadhawks holding tryouts October 9th, 10th
(Just Lacrosse)
 Posted October 7, 2004
Reminder: SU hosting Loyola Friday at 3pm (SUAtletics)
 Posted October 6, 2004
Corning East Coach Bob Streeten selected for induction into US Lacrosse Upstate Chapter Hall of Fame (Corning Leader)
Cornell to face Maryland, Georgetown at Genesee Valley Classic (
Shot clock, physical infractions affected by MLL rule changes (
Minnesota set for expansion draft October 19th (
Rosters announced for NLL's Heritage Cup (
Rattlers, Knighthawks well represented in Heritage Cup (
 Posted October 4, 2004
Loyola men coming to Syracuse for contest Friday, October 8th, 3pm at Coyne (
 Posted October 3, 2004
NLL season saved (Toronto Star)
 Posted October 2, 2004
St. John's completes staff with hiring of Chemotti (West Genesee) (
Complete list of MLL protected players available; Bayhawks include Mike Powell (
Partial list of MLL protected players available (
NLL players, owners talk past deadline to avoid league "deathblow" (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
 Posted October 1, 2004
Lacrosse for Leukemia cancelled, SU preparing for Stickout October 10th (SUAthletics)
Howard University women place great importance on off-season training (The Hilltop)
NLL season in trouble (SLAM Sports)
Unofficial: Albany will visit Colgate tomorrow, 2pm . . . both were originally schedule for Lacrosse for Leukemia Tourney (LaxPower Forum)
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