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 Posted June 30, 2005
F-M girls finish 2005 ranked 3rd in LaxPower's National Coaches/Computer Rankings, Skaneateles #8
(LaxPower)
Marechek teaches by example on the playing field
(Howard County Times)
Red Sox success credited for baseball's comeback vs. lacrosse in Massachusetts
(boston.com)
Cazenovia nips Oswego in youth lacrosse
(Palladium Times)
 Posted June 29, 2005
Recruit's stellar season bad for Hobart squash, great for lacrosse
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)
SU alum Clark Mercer's Tap Room team wins Over-40 Master's Trophy at Vail
(Vail Daily News)
Rusty Red, made up of a core of Cornell alumni, tops Long Island's Lacrosse Unlimited to win another Over-33 Championship at Vail
(Vail Daily News)
 Posted June 28, 2005
Central vs. Long Island prime time Saturday, July 30th; Entire men's schedule
(Empire State Games)
US bounces Czechs (couldn't resist) 20-1 in first round of tourney play; Other stories from yesterday and today
(Inside Lacrosse)
Japan's lacrosse team enjoys comforts of home
(Hometown Annapolis)
Balloon's open 2005 Auburn Box Lacrosse season with a win
(The Citizen)
 
Chenango Forks' Ricky Mirabito scores one of his six goals against Lemoyne sophomores and incoming freshmen in a recent scrimmage
 
  The twine got quite a workout on the final day of ESG Central Team tryouts
 Posted June 27, 2005
2000 watch US, Australia tie 7-7
(collegesports.com)
Gait, Marecheck drop Rattlers to 0-5
(Rochester Rattlers)
A stick, a basket and a ball equals an addiction
(Vail Daily News)
Oswego blue and whites win first game of the summer
(Oswego Daily News)
Oswego BULL team splits early season tilts
(Oswego Daily News)
Auburn High Alumni Lacrosse game set for Saturday at 3pm
(The Citizen)
 Posted June 26, 2005
Casey Powell to play with Rattlers today in Baltimore, Ryan will be back Thursday
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Day One results from Vail
(LaxPower)
 Posted June 25, 2005
Jobs take priority, so many World Cup players have to do most of it on their own
(Baltimore Sun)
Crowd at Starbucks portends great week of lacrosse at Vail
(Vail Daily News)
With a proud history of Auburn lacrosse, summer program begins July 5th
(The Citizen)
 Posted June 24, 2005
Marc Cizenski and Tyler Gale chosen as 2005 Co-Players of the Year
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
2005 All-CNY Boys Lacrosse team announced
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
J-D coach makes memorable exit
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
e-Lacrosse reports a settlement has been reached in Warrior v. Ryan, Casey Powell
(e-Lacrosse)
Youth laxer donates two-year growth of hair to Locks of Love
(Portsmouth Herald)
US tops England in World Cup pool play
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted June 23, 2005
Final STX/Inside Lacrosse National High School Poll finds West Genesee #2, LaFayette #4
(Inside Lacrosse)
Analyzing the STX/Inside Lacrosse poll
(Inside Lacrosse)
World Cup lacrosse: US, Australia are favorites
(SyracuHometown Annapolis)
Skaneateles midfielder Carolyn Davis named 2005 All-CNY Girls Player of the Year
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
2005 All-CNY Girls Lacrosse team announced
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Old School, Young Guns MLL All-Star rosters released for July 2nd game (broadcast July 16th 6pm, ESPN2)
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted June 22, 2005
LaxPower is looking for a 2005 LaFayette Lancers team photo - Click here to email George@LaxPower.com
(LaxPower)
Lars Tiffany announces his 2005 recruiting class which includes Chris Gignilliat (CNS) and Mike Lashomb (IHC)
(Stony Brook Athletics)
 Posted June 21, 2005
Paul, Gary Gait among 10 named as inductees to National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
(US Lacrosse)
Duke's Zack Greer injured playing box lacrosse
(Durham Region Sports)
Another National Championship for West Genesee as they share the top spot with McDonogh (Md), LaFayette #3 in the LaxPower combined National Coaches Poll/Computer Ratings
(LaxPower)
 Posted June 20, 2005
Inside Lacrosse's June 30th issue takes a look at SU's 22 year final four streak, from Tim Nelson to Sean Lindsey
Inside Lacrosse previews the IFWLA World Cup, kicking off Thursday (General News)
(Inside Lacrosse)
Corning Leader names youngest girls lacrosse All-Leader team ever
(The Leader)
 Posted June 19, 2005

The Chittenango goalie makes a fine save against Liverpool in this Oz Division matchup as the Brine Upstate Lacrosse League kicked off its 2005 season at SUNY Cortland Saturday

Zack and Mike battle for a ground ball in the same game

Lacrosse bonds Bill Belichick and his daughter, playing attack at Wesleyan University (video report, 8:43)
(NFL.com)
Gary Gait named as new head coach for Colorado Mammoth
(Denver Post)
Bayhawks (Gary Gait 3-3, Mikey Powell 3-2) turn 8-2 halftime deficit into 18-11 win over Powell-less Rattlers
(Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Auburn has tentative plans to divert gymnastics money to modified lacrosse and field hockey programs
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Marcellus athletic facility plan still a go as district deals with higher than expected bids
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Auburn's The Citizen lists their 2005 Girl All-Stars
(The Citizen)
Lakers #1 in State
(The Citizen)
Extensive report on Warrior vs. Casey, Ryan Powell
(Central New York Business Journal)
 Posted June 18, 2005
Extensive report on Warrior vs. Casey, Ryan Powell
(Central New York Business Journal)
Mike, Ryan, and Casey Powell to put on exhibition at BULL Opening Tourney today, 1pm SUNY Cortland
(News 10 Now)
Two of SU's best now play together as Gary Gait and Mike Powell flash their lacrosse skills for the Baltimore Bayhawks
Editor's Note: According to the Post-Standard, Casey and Ryan Powell will not play for Rochester tonight because of what Rochester management termed personal issues.
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Teams from California to Georgia to New Hampshire meeting in Binghamton today for the US Lacrosse Under-13 Regional Tournament
(US Lacrosse)
 Posted June 17, 2005
All three Powells named to US Lacrosse 2006 Men's National Team
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Paul, Gary Gait to be charter members of NLL Hall of Fame
(Colorado Mammoths)
 Posted June 16, 2005
Powells on the attack as Coach Desko, US Lacrosse 2006 Men's National Team - Roy Colsey, Pat McCabe, Joe Walters also make team
(US Lacrosse)
2005 Tully Box Lacrosse League begins play tonight - Schedule and results here
(JustLacrosse)
Katie Doolittle (F-M) one of three Terps named to US Women's Lacrosse Developmental Team
(Maryland Athletics)
 Posted June 15, 2005
Not your typical Powell
(Lacrosse Magazine)
Tuesday at the US Team tryouts: Ian Dingman
(Lacrosse Magazine)
Survivor: Lacrosse style
(Lacrosse Magazine)
Alberici to coach at West Point
(Auburn Citizen)
Auburn native Joe Alberici succeeds lacrosse legend Jack Emmer as Army head coach
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Army names Joe Alberici head lacrosse coach
(Inside Lacrosse)
Jim Stagnitta, Sid Jamieson among those honored by USILA
(USILA.org)
Seattle's prep male athlete of the year to play lacrosse at Harvard
(Seattle Times)
 Posted June 14, 2005
Joe Alberici leaves Duke to succeed Jack Emmer as Army head coach
(GoArmySports)
Coach Desko begins hunt for US Team as tryouts begin for world lacrosse stage
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Results of Oswego's CSC Tourney held Saturday & Sunday
(Palladium Times)
Three area youths representing Binghamton as the city hosts US Lacrosse's Under-13 Regional Youth Festival
(Press& Sun-Bulletin)
Lacrosse infiltrates the Music City
(Nashville City Paper)
 Posted June 13, 2005
Three Powells to put on 1pm demonstration at B.U.L.L. opening weekend June 18th at SUNY Cortland
(News 10 Now)
Four Dolphins named to D-II All-Star First Team, three others honored
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Mikey Powell retains his shine as he resumes his career, shares attack line with Gary Gait and Tom Marechek
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bayhawks break records, rout Barrage 31-9
(LaxPower)
Powell-less Rattlers fall to Boston 16-14
(Rochester Rattlers)
MLL standings and stats through June 12
(LaxPower)
US Women's Team showcases skills in Charlottesville, Va in preparation for World Cup
(The Daily Progress)
Too many scholastics sports? Florida's expected addition of boys' and girls' lacrosse next year will tie NY and Hawaii with 29 sanctioned sports
(Sun-Sentinel)
Dave Rahme discusses changes he thinks could make lacrosse even better
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted June 11, 2005
Adam Hughes (CNS) voted MVP as North rallies to win D-III North/South game
(LaxPower)
Leo McInerney (VMI/Marcellus) scores two and adds an assist to help the South defeat the North in the D-I game
(LaxPower)
Baldwinsville's Chris Lindsey returns to lacrosse, makes the US World Cup team
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Idaho All-Stars view Vail Shootout as learning experience
(The Idaho Statesman)
 Posted June 10, 2005
64th Annual North/South All-Star Game Rosters - Kyle Reichel (ES-M/LeMoyne), Seth Goldberg (F'ville/Yale) among locals
(LaxPower)
64th Annual North/South Game set for Saturday at SUNY Cortland
(Cortland.edu)
Oswego's CSC Tourney ready for June 11, 12
(csclax.com)
Mt. Hebron's "best player ever" helps Vikings to fourth straight undefeated season
(Baltimore Sun)
Stonington, CT budget crunch sinks hockey, but lacrosse, crew, swimming survive
(The Day)
 Posted June 9, 2005
2005 Section 3-4-5 All-American Boys
(JustLacrosse)
Latest Inside Lacrosse/STX High School poll: West Genesee #2, LaFayette #4
(Inside Lacrosse)
SUNY Cortland's Cynthia Wetmore named D-III Regional Coach of the Year by IWLCA
(Inside Lacrosse)
Brighton girls bring fifth 2005 lax championship upstate
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Major league staying power: In its fifth season, MLL is succeeding where its soccer and football counterparts failed
(Boston Herald)
 Posted June 8, 2005

Nick Burdick from General Brown finished with a goal and an assist in the B/C game, but didn't fair as well in this collision with J-E's Jeremey DeJohn

Wildcat Dan McKeon makes a first quarter save on a shot by Nottingham's
Matt Abbott

Rosters and scoring of Tuesday's Section 3 Exceptional Senior Games
(JustLacrosse)
Kenny Nims (Watertown), Brian Welch (Ithaca), Matt Abbott (Nottingham), Dan Hardy (Tully), Mike Thon (Penfield), and Marc Cizenski (West Genesee) will play for the North Team and Coach Jim Pistello (J-D) at the US Lacrosse 2005 National Senior Showcase in St. Louis
(US Lacrosse)
Youth Lacrosse National Championships - July 29-31 @ Niagara Falls State Park - Deadline for teams extended to June 15th
(laxchampionships.com)
Forum compilation of high school All-Americans from around the country at LaxPower
(LaxPower.com)
US Lacrosse Men's National Team tryouts open to the public - June 13-16 (shedule-pdf)(Head Coach John Desko)
List of players invited to tryout
(US Lacrosse)
 Posted June 7, 2005
Final NYS Sportswriters Association Girl's poll
(JustLacrosse)
 Posted June 6, 2005 Updated @ 6:15pm
Senior HS All-Star Game set for Tuesday, June 7th at 7pm @ Liverpool High School
(JustLacrosse)
 Posted June 5, 2005
A Life of Lacrosse: The sport served Dan Spillitt, and he returned the favor many times over
(Syracuse Post-Standard)

Sure, the offense was overwhelming, but All-American Marc Cizenski and the rest of the Wildcat defense shut down Niskayuna's own All-Americans

Manhasset played a physical game, but Tyler Hill's goal in the final minute gave LaFayette the title

A classic and a clinic: West Genesee "The best-coached team in high school, by far" Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Late goal gives Lancers storybook win
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lakers finish perfect
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Easy does it: Hornets stroll to second title with lopsided win
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Red Rams fall, but coach goes out a winner
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette #2, West Genny #3, 7 New York schools in top 10 of LaxPower National Computer Rankings
(LaxPower)
Boy's state brackets, all section results, and great coverage and photos of upstate regional and semi-finals at SportsFive.net
(SportsFive.net)
Lacrosse booming . . . on Long Island as participation jumps 33% from 2001-2004
(New York Times)
Southwest Florida battling to climb from "club" to "varsity" status (see also "Related Articles" and "Multimedia")
(The News-Press)
900 watch Idaho's boys, girls all-star double-header
(KBCI-TV)
 Posted June 4, 2005
West Genesee & LaFayette boys, F-M & Skaneateles girls win NYS Championships!; J-D loses to strong Huntington team
(JustLacrosse)
Previews of todays boys state championship games (broadcast live on TW 26 beginning at 11am)
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
F-M has no trouble reaching championship game
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Skaneateles rolls to championship game
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
NLL's Anaheim Storm suspend operations
(SFGate.com)
 Posted June 3, 2005
Spillett lived for lacrosse
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Skaneateles girls stop Penn Yan 10-7 for shot at title
(WIXT)
One more to go for J-D
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Loss won't sour Honeoye Falls-Lima's season
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
West Genny shakes Quakers
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette over Penn Yan, will face defending champs Manhasset Saturday
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Brighton girls know they can play with anyone
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Girls semi's Friday: Need directions to SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex?
(SUNY Cortland)
Directions to Boys Finals Saturday @ Cornell
(Cornell.edu)
Update on Time Warner coverage: No girl's coverage Friday; Saturday - West Genny live at 11am vs. Niskayuna Silver Warriors, J-D live at 1:30 vs. Huntington Blue Devils, LaFayette live at 4pm vs. Manhasset Indians
(Time Warner)
 Posted June 2, 2005 Updated @ 10:45pm
Spillett lived for lacrosse
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
2005 Tewaaraton winners are Kyle Harrison, Hopkins, and Katie Chrest, Duke
(Inside Lacrosse)
Rochester Rattlers Youth Clinic scheduled prior to their game against the Bayhawks and Gary Gait & Mikey Powell June 18th - Details here (pdf)
(PenfieldLacrosse.org)
West Genesee to meet Niskayuna for Class A title Saturday; J-D, LaFayette also advance to title games
(WIXT/Forum reports)
Lacrosse sticking with more athletes
(USAToday)
No CNY'ers among 10 new Cornell women laxers
(Cornell Athletics)
2005 US Women's Lacrosse World Cup Team named
(US Lacrosse)
It's the lacrosse "Heisman": Tewaaraton Trophies awarded tonight
(PurpleWildcats.com)
Google Map: West Genesee vs Orchard Park, J-D vs. Honeoye Falls, LaFayette vs. Penn Yan in boys state semi-finals on Thursday at Aquinas Academy in Rochester
(JustLacrosse)
Honeoye Falls-Lima, in state semi-finals in second year of varsity play, meets J-D; West Genesee, LaFayette face rematches with Orchard Park and Penn Yan
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Islip looking past 20-0 Niskayuna for West Genesee
(Newsday)
Girls semi's Friday: Need directions to SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex?
(SUNY Cortland)
Directions to Boys Finals Saturday @ Cornell
(Cornell.edu)
Kyle Harrison goes first in MLL draft
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted June 1, 2005
J-D advances on late goal by Massa
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bitter loss for Spartan girls to impressive Corning East; Skaneateles to battle co-#1 Penn Yan at 4pm Friday @ Cortland State; F-M rolls over Ithaca
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning East girls win, boys comeback falls short
(Star-Gazette)
Cats Bearly get by Vestal
(wglax.com)
West Genny pulls away from Vestal
(Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Blue Jays' day
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 31, 2005
West Genesee vs Orchard Park, J-D vs. Honeoye Falls, LaFayette vs. Penn Yan in boys state semi-finals on Thursday at Aquinas Academy in Rochester
(JustLacrosse)
Orchard Park bouncing back from April loss to Amherst
(The Buffalo News)
Lacrosse record crowd in a non-traditional Philadelphia points to growing popularity
(PhillyBurbs.com)
Mean-spirited fans take fun out of scholastic sports
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse.com plans to webcast State Regionals from CNS today
(Syracuse.com)
California's sleeping lacrosse giant awakes in the form of the Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted May 30, 2005
Hopkins takes title in front of 44,920
(Hopkins Sports)
Biggest obstacle to lacrosse growth is lack of coaches
(New York Times)
Gulls can't be beaten
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Overtime goal robs Limestone again
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
D-I mens lacrosse heads to finale
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Young Red Rams quickly find "A" game
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Tuesday Section 4 visists CNS: West Genesee vs. Vestal 3:30; J-D vs. Corning East 5:30; LaFayette vs. Chenango Forks 8:00
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rattlers fall short in MLL opener
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Mikey Powell goes 2-3 in MLL debut
(Major League Lacrosse)
 Posted May 29, 2005
West Genesee, J-D, LaFayette claim Section 3 crowns - Complete brackets
(JustLacrosse)
Nanticoke, Lancers cruise to title
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Red Rams keep their run alive for retiring coach as J-D wins nail-biter
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genesee pulls away in fourth quarter for Class A crown
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU should be fueled next year
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
A Devil of a time for Maryland
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Parity slowly coming to D-I mens college lacrosse
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Upstate HS alums, college players pepper 2005 STX/USILA All-America Teams
(Face Off Philadelphia)
News of the goings-on in Philadelphia
(Face Off Philadelphia)
Stick boom sweeps Onondaga County high schools - Read all about it in this newspaper article from 1964
(JustLacrosse/wglax.com)
 Posted May 28, 2005
Despite the loss, Virginia's Turner shines
(Inside Lacrosse)
O'Hara an unlikely scorer for Duke
(Inside Lacrosse)
Can't watch TW 26? Boys Section 3 finals and Section 3/4 State games will be webcast through Syracuse.com
(Syracuse.com)
CNS tries to do the impossible
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Stick boom sweeps Onondaga County high schools - Read all about it in this newspaper article from 1964
(JustLacrosse/wglax.com)
Semifinals have new look minus Princeton, Syracuse
(Washington Post)
Limestone, NYIT Preview
(Inside Lacrosse)
Hopkins, UVa gamenotes
(LaxPower)
Maryland, Duke meet in first semifinal
(Inside Lacrosse)
Hopkins, Maryland study in contrasts
(Baltimore Sun)
 Posted May 27, 2005
Can't watch TW 26? Boys Section 3 finals and Section 3/4 State games will be webcast through Syracuse.com
(Syracuse.com)
ES-M captures first sectional title, 9-8 over Carthage
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Skaneateles stays perfect with win over Westhill for Class C title
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Standout goaltending, 6-1 halftime lead gives F-M Class A title over West Genesee
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Maine-Endwell girls cruise to first Section 4 title over Owego, will face Skaneateles Tuesday @ Central Square
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Chenango Forks gets 6 goals, 3 assists from Rick Mirabito for 13-10 win over Owego and Section 4 Class C championship
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Vestal scores 4 unanswered goals in final 1:09 of first half, claim Section 4 Class A title
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Penn Yan girls defend Section 5 B/C title, begin defense of State
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Brighton repeats as Section 5 Class A/B champ downing Rush-Henrietta
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Section 5 boys finals @ Aquinas: Penn Yan vs. Honeoye Falls-Lima 5:15; Canandaigua vs. Penfield 7:15
(SportsFive.net)
Casey Powell offers to move to midfield making room for John Grant, Jr.'s return to field lacrosse
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted May 26, 2005

CNS's Justin Ianzito fires one just under the cross bar for the OT win against Liverpool

Tim Spillett gets his first of three goals against Baldwinsville in Wednesday's second semifinal. He also added three assists on the night.
Skaneateles, F-M girls clinch Section 3 Championships
(WIXT)
LIVE Section 3 and State Playoff games highlight Time Warner's High School Lacrosse Schedule
(Time Warner Cable)
CNS advances to face Wildcats; West Genesee answers B'ville's slowdown
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Tully boys advance with big assist(s) from Dan Hardy
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ithaca girls complete revenge against Horseheads
(Star-Gazette)
Hosting Final Four typifies lacrosse explosion in Philadelphia region
(Philadelphia Inquirer)
Penn ready to host Final Four
(Daily Pennsylvanian)
National HS Polls: Undefeated West Genesee and Ward Melville behind #1 McDonogh (21-1) in latest STX/Inside Lacrosse poll
(Inside Lacrosse)
National HS Polls: LaFayette jumps to #2 in LaxPower Computer Ratings
(LaxPower)
North Andover (Ma) senior Jim Connolly joins Casey Powell with 500+ career high school points
(Lowell Sun)
 Posted May 25, 2005

CNS's Keri Vito passes behind the net as the Wildcat defense collapses quickly

An early Skaneateles shot finds the back of the net vs. CBA
It's CNS over Liverpool 5-4 in OT; West Genesee too much for Baldwinsville, 9-1
(JustLacrosse)
Corning East coach Bob Streeten gains perspective, maintains fire after life-changing summer in '04
(Star-Gazette)
West Genny girls get stingy; Kristen Taylor's eight goals leads F-M over Liverpool; Westhill in another upset; Carthage nips Fulton in OT; ES-M downs Watertown
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
J-D uses first half flurry to advance past Watertown
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Complete coverage of Section 5 playoffs at SportsFive.net
(SportsFive.net)
Penfield to meet Canandaigua in Section 5 Class A final Friday night
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Corning East dominates West for '05 title
(Star-Gazette)
Kim Delperuto (West Genesee), Kara Slowik (West Genesee), Julia Demuth (J-E), and Brady Halbert (Penn Yan) sign to play for Binghamton in 2006
(Binghamton Athletics)
 Posted May 24, 2005
Georgetown Prep downs Landon in OT for share of title
(Washington Post)
Army lacrosse coach Jack Emmer announces retirement after 36 years on sideline
(Newsday)
Look for future Dolphins to continue where this year's team left off
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Winless two years ago, Snohomish High girls win Washington State Varsity B title
(HeraldNet)
Starbucks now a proud sponser of MLL
(Boston Herald)
 Posted May 23, 2005
Christie Godlewski (CNS) has signed letter of intent to play for Iona College beginning fall of 2005
(JustLacrosse)
McDonogh edges Boys Latin for MIAA "A" Conference title
(Baltimore Sun)
Third quarter run lifts Duke over Cornell
(Cornell Daily Sun)
Big Red bedeviled
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Nazareth falls to Middlebury
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Northwestern wins NCAA women's title in fourth season of modern era, Cats down Virginia 13-10
(Inside Lacrosse)
Georgetown falls to Maryland in OT
(LaxPower)
 Posted May 22, 2005
Navy's NCAA bid falls short against Maryland
(Hometown Annapolis)
Western universities take a shot at lacrosse
(San Francisco Chronicle)
3000 watch North Carolina's 4-A Boys Championship
(Herald-Sun)
Pneumonia sidelines Coach Fiorini as Bees sting Hornets; Other Saturday game notes
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Herkimer Lacrosse: The secrets of success
(The Observer-Dispatch)
Virginia faces Northwestern for women's crown today
(Hometown Annapolis)
Goalie Marty Ward (Corcoran) leads Limestone in victory over LeMoyne
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
For boys lacrosse goalies there can be no fear factor
(Pressconnects.com)
Saturday boys box scores: B'ville stuns F-M, CNS edges Corcoran in OT, LaFayette over Bishop Ludden, Tully defeats Cortland, Watertown IHC tops CBA
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Saturday box scores from eight girls Sectional games
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Friday: Watertown outlasts Nottingham 11-9
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
From Friday night: ES-M gets by Carthage, Liverpool handles Auburn, Skaneateles pulls away from Homer
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 21, 2005
Limestone ends LeMoyne's streak at 30
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Section IV results
(Pressconnects.com)
Hopkins rolls over UMass
(Inside Lacrosse)
Virginia advances with win over Navy
(Inside Lacrosse)
LeMoyne basks in limelight
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Will Limestone rock LeMoyne?
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Saturday Lacrosse Schedule on TW 26:
Noon - Limestone @ LeMoyne (replay 8pm)
3:00pm - Navy vs. Virginia (live)
5:30pm - UMass vs. Hopkins (tape delayed)

(Time Warner Cable)
Use links above for updated Boys and Girls Section 3 playoff information
(JustLacrosse)
Watertown outlasts Nottingham to advance
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Watertown, Liverpool, ES-M boys advance
(JustLacrosse)
 Posted May 20, 2005
Imagine Jim Brown with lacrosse stick
(AP/TSN Canada)
Lacrosse beating nets three arrests
(The Connecticut Post)
Section 3 girls playoff bracket (link above, also)
(JustLacrosse)
Updated Section 3 boys bracket (link above, left, also)
(JustLacrosse)
LeMoyne redecorating in anticipation of a large crowd Saturday
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne's Jason Longo (Cazenovia) makes longest trip to Saturday's D-II semifinal
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
West Genesee seeks 25th sectional title; Playoff Preview
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Section 3 girls playoffs one tough field to handicap
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ludden boys, girls advance (scroll to Girls Lacrosse); CBA boys end Westhill's season 12,9
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU lacrosse Lancaster Ave practice field, Dome to get FieldTurf; Coyne to receive newer AstroTurf
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne, Limestone Friday practices will be open to public
(JustLacrosse/LeMoyne Athletics)
Big Red ready for Duke, TW 26 to televise Sunday's 3pm game live
(Cornell Athletics)
Cornell's Annie Berkery named IWLCA/US Lacrosse North All-Region first team
(Cornell Athletics)
Tewaaraton finalists announced
(LaxPower)
 Posted May 19, 2005
SUNY Cortland to host 64th Annual North/South All-Star Game June 11th, SUNY Cortland Men's Lacrosse Alumni Weekend June 10-11
(Cortland.edu)
64th Annual North/South All-Star Game D-III Rosters
(usila.org)
LeMoyne, Limestone Friday practices will be open to public
(JustLacrosse/LeMoyne Athletics)
Scholastic lacrosse to be showcased in the second annual Bay-Valley Jamboree in Green Bay, Wisconsin
(Green Bay Press-Gazette)
Boys Section 3 Playoff Brackets
(JustLacrosse)
Section 3 boys, girls playoff schedule announced
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Nazareth wins on the road
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 18, 2005
Mike Powell is ready to rejoin the game
(Baltimore Sun)
Today's STX/Inside Lacrosse national high school poll has West Genesee at #2, LaFayette #12
(Inside Lacrosse)
Nazareth advances past Cortland 14-7
(Nazareth Athletics)
Adam Hughes (CNS) quietly leads Cortland St.
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ryan Hotaling (Onondaga Central/Corcoran) has blossomed into lacrosse star for Nazareth
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette clinches title, West Genny and Liverpool both win (scroll to Boys Lacrosse)
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Local girls getting their shot on the national stage
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corning East claims title with goal in third OT
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Corning East claims 16th consecutive title
(Star-Gazette)
Herkimer men win National Title 10-5 over Essex
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 17, 2005
LeMoyne, Limestone moved to noon Saturday, to be televised by Time Warner Cable (TW 26)
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Liverpool girls end wildcats streak, share Colonial National league title
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cortland to host Nazareth Wednesday at 4pm
(Cortland Athletics)
Reminder: TW-26 will cover all four NCAA D-I quarterfinals live this weekend; Click here for complete national broadcast listing
(LaxPower)
Orange lacrosse out of tournament - Video report
(News10Now)
 Posted May 16, 2005
22 and through
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Herkimer men win National Title 10-5 over Essex
(Inside Lacrosse)
Cortland women drop heartbreaker to Colorado College in 2 OT's, ends its best season ever
(Cortland Athletics)
Cortland men ready for rematch with Nazareth Wednesday
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
RIT men upset Hartwick for ECAC Upstate D-III Championship
(RIT Athletics)
Geneseo women defeat Oswego for ECAC Upstate title
(Geneseo Athletics)
 Posted May 15, 2005
UMass end SU's season, streak 16-15
JustLacrosse
Cortland defeats Skidmore 14-7, to meet Nazareth Wednesday
(Cortland Athletics)
Cornell catches lightning in a bottle, edges Towson 12-11 for date with Duke
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
MassLive.com to webcast audio of SU/UMass
(MassLive.com)
SU might go with similar lineup to the one used against UMass last time
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaFayette remains undefeated
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fans sign up for lacrosse's big weekend
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cortland St. women advance (pdf)
(Cortland Athletics)
Cortland St.'s Mike Abbott (Nottingham) named SUNYAC Player of the Year (pdf)
(Cortland Athletics)
A healthy approach to life, lacrosse
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Nazareth holds off Stevens to advance
(Nazareth Athletics)
All-CNY lax match possible if Cortland, Nazareth win
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Baldwinsville talent flows south to Cortland St.
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaxPower Forum report: OCC falls to Essex 22-11; Herkimer stops Nassau 17-6
(LaxPower)
Albany falls to Virginia 23-9
(collegesports.com)
19,432 fans see Rock top Sting in NLL
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted May 14, 2005
The Towson test for Cornell
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
NJCAA: OCC takes on Essex, Herkimer faces Nassau in today's semifinals
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Box scores: LaFayette tops Tully 16-10, CNS over Corcoran 10-8, L'pool stuns F-M 8-2
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Sec 3 boy's high school stats dated May 13th
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Sec 3 girl's high school stats dated May 13th
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Toronto Rock a success on the field and in the stands as they draw more fans per game than basketball Raptors; Air Canada Centre sold out for today's cahmpionship game vs. the Arizona Sting, (3:30,NBC)
(Toronto Star)
 Posted May 13, 2005
- Fifty free Lax stickers from JustLacrosse - Details here -
Tully's Maine man
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU must clead up faceoff mess vs. UMass
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
#1 Wildcat girls top #2 F-M; West Genny boys dominate Baldwinsville
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Dartmouth "D" too much for Orange women
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate drops first round game to BU
(Colgate Athletics)
 Posted May 12, 2005
Time Warner to televise all four Division I Men's Quarterfinals live on the weekend of May 21 & 22
(Time Warner Cable)
Latest STX/Inside Lacrosse national high school poll has West Genesee #2, LaFayette #14
(Inside Lacrosse)
Orange seeks revenge in first round
(The Daily Orange)
Nazareth women win opener against New England
(Nazareth Athletics)
Cortland regional lost to the mountains
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
MLL to visit Denver with unique All-Star Game format, possible expansion franchise
(Rocky Mountain News)
NLL announces 2005 Season Awards
(NLL.com)
 Posted May 11, 2005
Cortland St. captain, coach battle 25 years later; Free video, audio webcast Army/Georgetown game available 12pm Sunday
(guhoyas.com)
Orange lacrosse men hope to keep Final Four streak alive
(AP/Lakeland Fl. The Ledger)
Hecklers await SU at UMass
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
One last spin at the big dance for SU's Monica Joines, Caitlyn Dragon, and Courtney Palladino
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Jack Redmond scores three as Auburn shocks F-M, other recent boys box scores
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
First half lead secures win for West Genny over CNS, other recent girls box scores
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 10, 2005
Defenders in doubt, SU unsure about Ditzell, Guadagnolo
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ticket sales surpass 30,000 for 2005 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships
(Faceoff Philadelphia)
Lacrosse gains ground with Coloradans
(Denver Post)
Marcellus, F-M, Skaneateles girls win; Oswego boys nip L'pool in OT; Lococo, Sauer score 5 apiece as CNS stops B'ville
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne, Cortland, Nazareth host first round games; Cornell, SU travel; OCC heads to NJCAA Final Four as top seed
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Upstate powerhouses along with Connecticut's Daniel Hand Tigers and Maine's Yarmouth Clippers to battle at the Second Annual Wildcat Invitational July 23rd
(wglax.com)
Former West Genny Wildcats wanted for 2005 Alumni Games on August 6th
(wglax.com)
SUNY Geneseo selected to host the Division III Women's Upstate ECAC Tournament
(Inside Lacrosse)
USILA poll for May 9th: LeMoyne #1; Cortland #2, Nazareth #5; Cornell #5, Syracuse #9
(USILA.org)
Final IWLCA polls for D's I-III
(LaxPower)
 Posted May 8, 2005
OCC edges Herkimer 17-16, to play for national title next week
(WIXT Sports)
Limestone to visit LeMoyne in D-II National Semi-final May 21st - Rematch of last year's title game
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Mercyhurst gives Limestone first loss
(Inside Lacrosse)
Orange to get another shot at UMass in opening round of NCAA's Sunday May 15th
(SU Athletics)
Cornell to visit Towson for opening round of NCAA's
(Towson Athletics)
D-I NCAA brackets announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
D-II NCAA semi-final teams announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
D-III Tournament teams announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
Women's D-I NCAA brackets announced; SU draws Dartmouth
(Inside Lacrosse)
Women's D-II NCAA semi-final teams announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
Women's D-III Tournament teams announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
Corning East blows by West 18-1
(Star-Gazette)
LeMoyne seniors always perfect
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Five hat tricks spell trouble for Colgate as Orange win regular season finale
(SU Athletics)
Abbott hot for Dragons
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Herkimer downs Broome CC in Region III semi-final
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
After 25 year lapse, lacrosse making strong comeback in Thunder Bay
(The Chronicle-Journal)
Navy invites fans to join them to watch NCAA Selection Show on ESPNews between 9:30 and 10pm
(Navy Athletics)
LeMoyne captures Northeast-10 Championship with 14-3 win over Bryant
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Orange OK with road trip
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Mike Abbott scores eight goals, earns tournament MVP as Cortland tops Geneseo 20-8
(Cortland Athletics)
Eager Anticipation for Orange
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell clubs Hobart, awaits NCAA seed
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Travis Nelson (Oswego) opens Fairfield scoring at 20 seconds as Stags go on to upset Denver and gain NCAA automatic bid
(Fairfield Athletics)
Albany earns NCAA berth with win over Stony Brook
(Inside Lacrosse)
St. Mary (Md.) midfielder Allison Perkins at 96 aassists and counting for 2005
(The Capital)
 Posted May 7, 2005

Baldwinsville senior Greg Gibbons (#4) passes to sophomore Jeremy Boltus setting up one of Boltus' six goals against Liverpool on Friday. Amazingly, 14 of the total 20 goals were scored by sophomore attackmen.
(B'ville:
Boltus 6-2, Jack Venditti 4-2 L'pool: Derek Kreuzer 2-0, Justin Rowley 2-0)

Box score: Baldwinsville 16, Liverpool 4
(Syracuse Post-Standard)

LeMoyne captures Northeast-10 Championship with 14-3 win over Bryant
(Northeast-10 Conference)
Collision course for Cortland and Geneseo
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange OK with road trip
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted May 6, 2005

The Bees gather around Coach Pete Fiorini after Baldwinsville defeats Liverpool 16-4 giving him his 300th coaching win

Abuzz about 300 wins
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Skaneateles girls might be the states best in any class
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Tully's Chris Reddington scores seven goals in win over Skaneateles; B'ville girls nip CNS in OT
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Man down defense: SU hopes pair can return
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hobart needs win against Cornell
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange women hope win vs. Colgate will earn tourney bid;
Geneseo hosts Brockport, Cortland, and Oswego in SUNYAC tourney today;
Finale for Cornell women;
Herkimer women enter post-season 9-0

(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Baltimore Sun sportswritier wants college lacrosse to pick up the pace
(Baltimore Sun)
Edmonton nets NLL franchise
(Edmonton Journal)
Big Red get set to host Hobart tomorrow night
(News 10 Now)
Fairfield to host Denver for the GWLL title tomorrow at 7pm, seniors including Peter Babbles (Skaneateles) will be honored before game - webcast available at www.wvof.org
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted May 5, 2005
B'ville's Peter Fiorini gets 299th coaching victory vs. Auburn
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Boise St. sportswriter should research lacrosse before writing about it
(Arbiter Online)
Gilman's upset of McDonogh scrambles top five in STX/Inside Lacrosse national poll - West Genny moves up one to #2 - LaFayette enters at #19
(Inside Lacrosse)
Stony Brook surprises UMBC, will meet Albany for America East title
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted May 4, 2005
LeMoyne blanks Bentley 8-0 in Northeast-10 semifinal
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Adam Hughes (CNS) scored 5 goals to help Cortland advance in the SUNYAC tourney
(Cortland Athletics)
Albany ends Binghamton's season with 11-3 win
(Binghamton Athletics)
Many familiar names included in list of players invited to tryout for 2006 US Men's Team
(LaxPower)
SU women's game against Colgate to determine playoff fate
(The Daily Orange)
John Zulberti (West Genesee) watches lacrosse grow quickly in Colorado
(The Coloradoan)
 Posted May 3, 2005
Chittenango's Brandon Corp among Colgate's Class of 2009
(Colgate Athletics)
Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced
(LaxPower)
Latest USILA Poll: LeMoyne #1; Cortland #2, Nazareth #5; Cornell #3, Syracuse #3, Army #10
(USILA.org)
Penn, Maryland to kick off college lacrosse at Lincoln Financial Field Saturday at 5pm
(Penn Athletics)
 Posted May 2, 2005
Boys box scores for last seven days from Syracuse.com
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Girls box scores for last seven days from Syracuse.com
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
New D-II tourney makes 1-2 final unlikely
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Top ten get shaken up in Inside Lacrosse media poll
(Inside Lacrosse)
Cornell goalie beats the odds
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lacrosse pollination: Sport catching on in North Carolina's "Triangle"
(The New & Observer)
Cornell women survive comebacks by Harvard, Rutgers
(Cornell Daily Sun)
Mass dejection
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Minutemen end Orange run in OT
(The Daily Orange)
Nazareth upends host Hartwick to capture Empire 8 title
(Nazareth Athletics)
Gill leads Navy over Army for Patriot League title
(Navy Sports)
Oswego St. men upended by Brockport 10-9
(Palladium Times)
In the ACC Tourney, Amy Appelt had pointless as Duke defeats Virginia, Maryland men top Duke
(Herald-Sun)
 Posted May 1, 2005
Down 13-8 in the fourth, SU's comeback thwarted by Zywicki's OT goal
(SU Athletics)
Broome CC romps over Mohawk Valley CC 20-4, finish season at 10-2
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Onondaga CC 31, Mercyhurst 5
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 29, 2005
Latest NYS Boys High School Rankings
(JustLacrosse)
Army, Navy advance to Patriot League Championship Game
(Inside Lacrosse)
Pressure defense lifts lady Wildcats to #1
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Youngsters step into key rolls for Red Rams
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Senior attackman Brian Hoey from Auburn will be playing for Coach Bill Bergan at Clarkson next season.
(JustLacrosse)
Video clips from several of this weeks big games available at New10Now
(Time Warner Cable)
Nee mutures into crucial offensive threat for Cornell
(Cornell Daily Sun)
It's lacrosse heaven in Baltimore/Annapolis this weekend: Ravens Stadium hosts mens/womens ACC Tourney; Navy hosts Patriot League Championships; #12 Towson hosts #1 Hopkins
(Baltimore Sun)
LeMoyne receives number one seed for Northeast-10 Tourney, will host semifinal game Wednesday at 4pm
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Inside Lacrosse predicts NCAA men's bracket (Committee members please look away)
(Inside Lacrosse)
SU women host Notre Dame in final home game Saturday
(Daily Orange)
Lefty Brooks has advantage
(Daily Orange)
Seniors Leo McInerney (2-2)(Marcellus) and Gabe McCabe (2-0)(Corning West) lead VMI over Mount St. Mary's 16-14, Dan Hatton (Corning East) goes 5-1 in losing cause
(Keydets Athletics)
Lancers dominated Lakers, other action from Wednesday night
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 28, 2005
LeMoyne now perfect for six straight seasons
(JustLacrosse/LeMoyne Athletics)
Cortland St. tops Geneseo, clinches SUNYAC regular season title
(Cortland Athletics)
Cortland's Adam Hughes (CNS) named SUNYAC Player of the Week
(Cortland Athletics)
Cortland St. women extend record to 13-1
(Cortland Athletics)
 Posted April 26, 2005
Brandon Spillett named top Senior Male Athlete of the Year at LeMoyne
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League begins registration for the 2005 Summer Season
(JustLacrosse/UOLL.org)
LeMoyne #1; Cortland #2, Nazareth #6; Cornell #4, Syracuse #7, Army #9 in latest USILA Poll
(USILA.org)
West Genesee girls down Corcoran, F-M over CNS, other highlights from Tuesday
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 25, 2005
Cornell's Boulukos, SU's Crockett, Army's John Walker, and Maryland's Joe Walters (Irondequoit) make list of 16 Tewaaraton finalists
(LaxPower)
Cornell men trounce Princeton
(Cornell Daily Sun)
Fast start leads to Lady Laker win over Oneonta
(Palladium Times)
West Genesee/Liverpool set for rematch Tuesday; Wednesday LaFayette visits Skaneateles at 5pm, Thursday F-M hosts West Genny at 7pm
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hewitt, Keegan, and Keddy combine for 19 goals as LeMoyne crushes Niagara 25-12, earns spot in MAAC Tourney
(LeMoyne Athletics)
Hobart storms past St. Johns 13-9
(HWS.edu)
VMI Keydet Vincent Pierotti (Corning East) among nation's faceoff leaders
(VMIKedets.com)
Maryland dominates SU women 20-4
(SU Athletics)
 Posted April 24, 2005
Boy's box scores from Saturday
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Girl's box scores from Saturday
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne men take Adelphi 12-7
(LeMoyne Athletics)
LeMoyne dispatches scrappy Adelphi
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell is first to qualify for NCAA's
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hopkins denies Navy upset bid
(Navy Sports)
Binghamton clinches America East playoff spot
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Stony Brook holds off UMBC
(collegesports.com)
Fairfield flush with CNY talent
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fairfield falls to #10 Maryland 10-6, begin midwest road trip
(FairfieldStags.com)
 Posted April 23, 2005
A Bishop Timon attackman looks up after making a pass from the ground, helped there by Genny defenseman and co-captian Marc Cizenski
Sean Leahy patrols no man's land while Bishop Timon works on a solution to the Wildcat defense
#4 Brendan Donovan fires a shot past Dan McKeon for the only Bishop Timon score of the first half
UMass upsets #3 Georgetown 13-12; SU next up for Minutemen
(UMass Athletics)
Finals today: B'ville upsets Canandaigua 13-8; West Genny over Bishop Timon 15-2
Cornell crushes Princeton 17-4, earns Ivy League automatic NCAA bid
(Cornell Big Red)
LaFayette edges Tully, ES-M comes from behind, beats Nottingham
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Crockett rolling at midfield, but SU barely survives 'Danes
(SU Athletics)
In 2 OT's Ithaca hands Nazareth its second consecutive loss and clinches Empire 8 regular season title
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
New wrinkle in lacrosse's face of power
(Baltimore Sun)
 Posted April 22, 2005
Kate Fontana (ES-M) scores career high six goals including the game-winner as Albany downs Vermont
(JustLacrosse/U of Albany)
Hats off to Bishop Timon, Section 6 ( @ West Genny Saturday) (JustLacrosse)
If you can't make it to the game, LeMoyne vs. Adelphi to be broadcast live on TW26 (Time Warner)
Kasel finally comfortable after collarbone injury (Daily Orange)
SU vies for playoff seed (Daily Orange)
Youth lacrosse in Indiana expects boom similar to soccer (Indy Star)
Lacrosse sells itself in South Jersey (Courier Post)
Wildcats hand Northstars their first defeat; B'ville, Liverpool, J-D all winners; West Genny girls win (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Net gain for lady Warriors (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lancers keep their eyes on the road (Syracuse Post-Standard)
'Mates meet tonight as Albany visits the Dome (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 21, 2005
After a 3-3 tie at halftime, West Gennesee holds off CNS 10-6, host rematch with L'pool Tuesday, 7pm
J-D 17, Chittenango 7
(JustLacrosse)
Nottingham, F-M, Tully winners on Wednesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
CNS players with college lacrosse plans: Jeff Colburn, Hobart; Danny Brown, LeMoyne; Justin Ianzito, Cortland; Chris Gignilliat, Stony Brook; Ryan Boda, Robert Morris (CNS Booster Club)
Auburn players with college lacrosse plans: Carl Festa, St. Lawrence; Pat Hovey, Fairfield; Ryan Lewis, Villanova; Brian Hoey, Clarkson (Auburn Schools)
Lacrosse featured in Sports Illustrated article (USLacrosse.org)
North Carolina downs Colgate 12-6 (Colgate Athletics)
SU men to celebrate Senior Day vs. Albany (SU Athletics)
Career, school marks fall as Hamilton men down Hartwick (Hamilton Athletics)
Broom CCC routs Finger Lakes CC 24-5 (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Duke, Army to be televised on a tape-delayed basis Sunday at 9pm on ESPNU (GoDuke.com)
Inside the numbers: Who's playing lacrosse at what levels (collegesports.com)
 Posted April 20, 2005
Liverpool's Pat Sullivan stymied the Wildcats early, as on this shot from close range by #21 Tim Spillett, but West Genesee came back from a 4-2 deficit at halftime to win 6-5 in OT (JustLacrosse)
Undefeated Northstars, Wildcats ready to battle Thursday at West Genny, 11am (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne shuts out American International (LeMoyne Athletics)
Colgate's Kate McVeigh named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (Colgate Athletics)
Colgate men host North Carolina tonight at 7pm - Live TV coverage on Time Warner Sports Ch26 (Colgate Athletics)
Laker women upset Geneseo (Palladium Times)
Navy leads Syracuse in average home lacrosse attendance (NavySports.com)
Kristin Brady grows accustomed to new Orange family (Daily Orange)
Tuesday's Section 3 boys results and box scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Tuesday's Section 3 girls results and box scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 18, 2005
Even with school out, Wildcats to be tested by L'pool, CNS (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Intersectional matchups: Tuesday, Geneva @ CNS 1pm, Penn Yan @ Carthage 1pm, F-M girls @ Bethlehem 12pm; Saturday, B'ville @ Canandaigua 11am
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne receives all 10 first-place votes in latest USILA poll; Cortland moves to #2, Nazareth #5; Cornell #6, Orange/Army tied at #7 (USILA.org)
Orange bounces back, defeats Rutgers (Daily Orange)
Dragon leads SU in easy win (Daily Orange)
Orange women struggle with shooting in win (Daily Orange)
Crockett moves to midfield, scores 5 goals (Daily Orange)
 Posted April 17, 2005
Greg Downing's (Auburn) 5th goal comes with 3 seconds left, lifts #20 Fairfield over #11 Notre Dame 12-11 (FairfieldStags.com)
Cornell women extend streak against Columbia (CornellBigRed.com)
LeMoyne totally dominates #5 CW Post (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU administers major whipping (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell edges Dartmouth, takes lead in Ivy (Cornell Big Red)
Hobart takes early lead, succombs to UMass rally (Hobart Athletics)
Gaits ache as Knighthawks win (Rocky Mountain News)
He has been called the Michael Jordan of lacrosse . . . (Associated Press/SI.com)
Albany men want wins to breed respect (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Nick Mirabito (Chenango Forks) scores two, Dwayne Osgood (Penn Yan) gets game-winner as Navy downs Army 12-9 (Navy Sports)
Colgate women grab 13-8 win over American (Colgate Athletics)
Sarah Spillett (Liverpool), Kate Fontana (ES-M) major contributors in Albany's last second win over UMBC (Albany Athletics)
Hamilton women pull away from Rochester (Hamilton Athletics)
Duke clobbers Virginia, claims ACC crown (Herald-Sun)
Herkimer CC 11, OCC 6 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 16, 2005
F-M stops L'pool in OT; Sophomore Nick Lococo goes 3-7 as CNS hands Corcoran their first loss; Other highlights from Friday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Put it in Park? Not Jarett (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Gait helped push lacrosse in U.S. (SLAM Sports)
Young Fairfield breaks into national rankings (Connecticut Post)
 Posted April 15, 2005
Gait brothers to return to Syracuse for lacrosse Alumni Weekend (SU Athletics)
Rommel brothers' relationship goes beyond lacrosse playing field (Daily Targum)
Laker helps finesse team to 5-0 start (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne expects test from Post; game to be broadcast on 620-AM (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Chuck Wilbur (CNS) and his OCC Lazers will test their #1 national ranking against Herkimer (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange defense takes a siesta (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Warriors back in a big way (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 14, 2005
Lacrosse already feeling loss as Gait closes (Newsday)
Newsday interview with Cornell's Joe Boulukos (USA Today)
Unaccustomed to struggling, young Syracuse team brought back to pack (Baltimore Sun)
Cortland men cruise over Oswego (pdf) (Cortland Athletics)
High School Zone: California commanding attention from established eastern foes (LaxPower)
Oswego boys cruise past Fulton (Palladium Times)
JV lacrosse dead as Loudoun County (Va) makes $7 million in cuts to school budget (Loudoun Times-Mirror)
LeMoyne women score twice in first 47 seconds on their way to defeating Central Conn (LeMoyne Athletics)
Fans line up to meet Mikey (Daily Orange)
Corning East's Havalchak rock solid for Rutgers (Daily Orange)
Always smiling DePetris a young force for Orange (Daily Orange)
Army-Navy game to be broadcast on CSTV (GoArmySports)
 Posted April 13, 2005
Cornell, Boulukos squish Orange 16-14 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Liverpool girls top B'ville, plus other action in girls lacrosse Tuesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange women drop one to Dartmouth (SU Athletics)
Baltimore/Washington area high schoolers to be recognized by Tewaaraton Award Foundation (LaxPower)
 Posted April 12, 2005
Laurie Hotchkiss from Time Warner reports that the three remaining SU men's lacrosse home games will be televised live on TW26 beginning with tonight's game with Cornell. Coverage begins at 7pm and replaces the scheduled Liverpool/Baldwinsville girls game.
Guadagnolo thrives on physical work (Daily Orange)
Orange women hope to avoid familiar result vs. Dartmouth (Daily Orange)
Henninger holds off Oswego in boys lacrosse 9-7 (Palladium Times)
Herkimer women edge Jefferson CC 12-11 (Herkimer Telegram)
Annapolis readies to host 2005 IFWLA Word Cup and Cup of Nations Tournament in June (Cavalier Daily)
2005 IFWLA World Cup website
'76 Cornell championship team member Albin Haglund helping to spread lacrosse in Arizona with Lax Locker (Ahwatukee Republic)
Big Red puts up some big numbers (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Latest USILA polls: LeMoyne #1; Nazareth #2, Cortland #3; Army #4, Syracuse #6(tied), Cornell #8 (USILA.org)
Cornell set to face Orange (Cornell Daily Sun)
Cornell's go-through guy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange struggles for faceoff edge (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ten boys box scores from Monday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Four girls box scores from Monday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 11, 2005
LeMoyne's Amanda Keegan (Marcellus) a handful (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Dolphins trounce Pace to stay perfect (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hamilton men upset St. Lawrence (Hamilton Athletics)
Cornell readies for Orange with win over Crimson (Cornell Daily Sun)
Hartwick falls to #2 Nazareth (Daily Star)
Loyola women switched goalies with little luck (Daily Orange)
Hounded in Baltimore (Daily Orange)
Boyle nets first career goal (Daily Orange)
 Posted April 10, 2005
LeMoyne women double Marist 16-8 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Adam Hughes (CNS) 4-2, Matt O'connell (West Genesee) 3-0, and Mike Abbott (Nottingham) 3-0 lead Cortland in rout of Potsdam 18-6 (Cortland Athletics)
Albany men top Binghamton 12-6 (Binghamton Athletics)
Girls box scores from Saturday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Boys box scores from Saturday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Messere's imprint is rampant in lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Building a program from scratch: Millis (Ma) High School girls begin practice the day their sticks arrived (Milford Daily News)
Perseverance pays off: Noth Middlesex (Ma) Youth Lacrosse Association programs graduate to varsity level (Boston Globe)
Orange women head into critical week with win (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Leveille, Boyle sparkle for Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 9, 2005
Lacrosse: The Sport of Tomorrow (espnu)
Oswego Lakers drop one to RIT in OT (Oswego St. Athletics)
Orange women edge Loyola 11-9 (SU Athletics)
LeMoyne women snap two-game skid with win over Fairfield (LeMoyne Athletics)
LeMoyne men move to 8-0 with win over Pace (LeMoyne Athletics)
Cornell rips Harvard 16-6 (Cornell Athletics)
Rutgers beats Princeton for first time since 1989 (Rutgers Athletics)
Adam Fullerton (Liverpool) clearing a path at West Point (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Leveille jump-starts SU, Orange doubles Loyola 12-6 (SU Athletics)
Ten players score as Hamilton women blow past Clarkson (Hamilton Athletics)
SU's Leveille kicks it into gear (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hornets heat up in second half (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 8, 2005
Dolphins just getting stingier all the time (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lady Wildcats slip past Hornets (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Two losses challenges LeMoyne women (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange tries to address turnover spree (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Palladino (CBA) SU's draw specialist (Daily Orange)
Nims, Niewieroski, Loftus . . . like family (Daily Orange)
Cortland holds off Ithaca 14-12 (Cortland Athletics)
Nazareth handles Utica 22-6 (Nazareth Athletics)
 Posted April 7, 2005
Defenseman Travis Tarr assists on three, Kyle Reichel returns as LeMoyne streak continues (LeMoyne Athletics)
Oswego St. women open conference play 13-1 over Potsdam (Oswego Athletics)
Australian adapts to lacrosse, visits Dome with Loyola teammates Saturday at 1 (Daily Orange)
Orange has no plans to give up independent status (Daily Orange)
Michigan begins first season with State sanctioning (Tecumseh Herald)
Top-ranked Wildcats go on second half run to beat Hornets (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cortland holds off Ithaca 14-12 (Cortland Athletics)
Nazareth handles Utica 22-6 (Nazareth Athletics)
 Posted April 6, 2005
2005 Section 3 Boys Preview from the Post-Standard (Syracuse Post-Standard)
12 yellow cards, 3 ejections tell tale of physical game vs. Cornell (Daily Orange)
Illegal sticks nearly cost Orange a victory (Daily Orange)
High School results from Tuesday night
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Orange edge Cornell women 9-8 (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate edges Binghamton in game that goes down to the wire (Colgate Athletics)
Princeton gets first win, in double OT over Penn (LaxPower)
Perritt has newfound respect for the game (Newsday)
 Posted April 5, 2005
High School results from Monday night
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rivalry continues tonight as Cornell women visit Dome (Cornell Daily Sun)
SU women seek revenge for last year's 4OT loss (Daily Orange)
Leo McInerney (Marcellus) scores five goals as VMI defeats Wagner 15-10 (VMIKeydets.com)
Latest USILA poll: LeMoyne #1; Nazareth #2, Cortland #4; Army #4, SU #7, Cornell #9 (USILA.org)
Hopkins lacrosse, Pediatric Oncology team up (collegesports.com)
 Posted April 4, 2005
Lacrosse powers collide as West Genesee hosts F-M -
To be televised live on Time Warner Ch.26
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
#1 LeMoyne crush Franklin Pierce 19-0 on Mike McLaughlin's (Westhill) five goals (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU stumbles, Pfeifer saves game again (The Daily Orange)
Orange over Brown, just Bearly (The Daily Orange)
Cornell men defeat Penn (Cornell Daily Sun)
Cornell women take Princeton to 2 OT's, but fall short 9-8 (Cornell Daily Sun)
Colgate men host Binghamton Tuesday at 7pm (Colgate Athletics)
 Posted April 3, 2005
Kate Fontana (ES-M) scores 4 goals sparking Albany to win over Ohio (Albany Athletics)
Siena women score overtime win against LeMoyne (LeMoyne Athletics)
Hamilton falls from the unbeatens, Rensselaer scores with 38 seconds left (Hamilton Athletics)
Longtime official collapses at Navy/Georgetown game (Baltimore Sun)
Greg Downing (Auburn) and Travis Nelson (Oswego) two of nine goal scorers as Fairfield upsets Hobart for its best start ever (Fairfield Athletics)
Halftime speech fires up Cornell (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Goal is to achieve consistency (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Sloppy day for the Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted April 2, 2005
Colgate women "rain" in Bucknell 14-4 (Colgate Athletics)
LeMoyne continues streak with win over Bryant (LeMoyne Athletics)
Yale stuns Princeton (YaleBulldogs)
Navy/Georgetown suspended until tomorrow (NavySports)
2005 Secton 3 Girls Preview from the Post-Standard (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Carthage 11, Mt. Hebron (Md) 8
Orchard Park 8, Auburn 3
West Genesee 8, ES-M 2
Bishop Ludden 10, Westhill 6
Corcoran 11, Nottingham 2

GIRLS: Central Square 15, Johnson City 5
CNS 13, ES-M 6
South Jefferson 8, Homer 3

Stories (scroll to Lacrosse)
Boy's Box Scores
Girl's Box Scores
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Brown faces stiff test against Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Brooks just happy to be here (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Canandaigua's Groot sticks out in a crowd (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Leveling the playing field? Dominant non-public schools could be moved up in class (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted April 1, 2005
SU plans men's lacrosse celebration for April 16th game with Rutgers (SU Athletics)
Inga Stots goes 5-1 to lead #11 Hamilton over Rensselaer (Hamilton Athletics)
Liz Hewitt (Liverpool) scores 5 as LeMoyne defeats Vermont 14-11 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Cortland St. women devouring opposition (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Liverpool routs J-E, LaFayette over Penn Yan, Binghamton nips Henninger, Albany CBA over RFA; GIRLS: Corcoran over Westhill and J-D by 2 over New Hartford (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU's Niewieroski makes his mark early (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Union holds off Oswego St. (Oswego Athletics)
The Wright stuff (The Daily Orange)
 
 
 
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