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 Posted March 31, 2005
LeMoyne women's MAAC opener to be televised by Time Warner 26 Sunday, 1:00pm (LeMoyne Athletics)
Ian Murphy scores 7 goals to help Central Square double-up Marcellus; West Genesee rolls over Skaneateles; Corcoran, Nottingham, J-D, Westhill, ES-M and Indian River notch wins Wednesday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Girls' Box Scores: CNS shuts out Cortland 15-0; Skaneateles over Henninger/Nottingham; Brighton over West Genesee (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hamilton has big fourth quarter to down Oneonta (Hamilton Athletics)
Chris Weaver (Horseheads) had 4 goals and Michael-Paul Solamon (West Genesee) added two goals and an assist as St. John Fisher wins first Empire-8 conference game, defeating Alfred 13-6 (St. John Fisher Atletics)
Orange women to much for Brown (Syracuse Athletics)
Orange to honor Jim Brown at halftime of Saturday's men's game (Syracuse Athletics)
Courtney Farrell's (F-M) five goals push Cornell women past Colgate (Cornell Athletics)
 Posted March 30, 2005
West Genesee winds up at #2 as STX/Inside Lacrosse High School poll shuffles (Inside Lacrosse)
Cortland dominates shots, faceoffs, but falls short to Nazareth 14-9 (Nazareth Athletics)
Nazareth's Chris Balash (Auburn) named Empire 8 Player of the Week (Empire8.com)
Amanda Keegan (Marcellus) scores OT winner for LeMoyne (LeMoyne Athletics)
America East team notes, women (AmericaEast.com)
America East team notes, men (AmericaEast.com)
F-M, Liverpool, Nottingham winners in boys lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
McDonald, Corcoran sweep Northeast-10 Conference honors (LeMoyne Athletics)
SU can thank Pfeifer for narrow victory (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Ditzell enjoys hometown crowd (The Daily Orange)
Fish out of water saves Syracuse (The Daily Orange)
Flying fish steals Hobart spotlight (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 29, 2005
Boy's results from Monday: Skaneateles over Auburn 14-3, CNS handles Mynderse 22-6, B'ville edges New Hartford 6-5 (box scores) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Corcoran girls defeat Cortland 17-1 (box score) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Wildcats win one, lose one at Daniel Hand Tourney; face Skaneateles Wednesday, 6pm, @ Solvay (wglax.com)
Sticking up for lacrosse: Participants, fans, coaches defend their fast-growing sport to the uninitiated (SignOnSanDiego.com)
Dolphins romp, Solvay style (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU wary of trip to Geneva (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Humble Rommel is SU's Renaissance Man (The Daily Orange)
Zoombang padded shirts to be available in stores within 18 months (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 28, 2005
"Big Red Leadership: The Boiardi tragedy and how a team came together", by Cornell parent Rich Belisle (Inside Lacrosse)
Hobart's Nate Molinari (Oswego) named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week with 7 points vs. Rutgers; Statesmen prepare to host SU Tuesday - game to be televised by Time Warner Ch.26 (HWS.edu)
LeMoyne #1; Nazareth #2, Cortland #3; Syracuse #8, Cornell #10, Hobart #12 in latest USILA poll (USILA.org)
Duke moves to #2 in latest Inside Lacrosse media poll (Inside Lacrosse)
Duke crushes Georgetown 12-3 (The Chronicle Online)
Cornell men split two over spring break (Cornell Daily Sun)
2005 Preview: Maine-Endicott girls look to sophomores to help rebuild program (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Cornell women topple to ranked opponents (Cornell Daily Sun)
Inga Stots scores seven goals as Hamilton women beat Oneonta St. (The Daily Star)
Leveille hits stride vs. Princeton (The Daily Orange)
 Posted March 27, 2005
Photos from B'ville's 10-7 win over ESM Saturday (JustLacrosse)
Wednesday, Saturday High School Girl's results and box scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Wednesday, Saturday High School Boy's results and box scores (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Defensive dandy for LeMoyne (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Crucial victory for SU (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Community unite for Max (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Local alums contribute to Bucknell's upset of Navy as Coach Jamieson prepares to retire; Herkimer avenges last year's title game defeat (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 26, 2005
New York signs on to deal between Maryland sanctioning body and Maryland private schools (Editor's note: Archbishop Spalding @ West Genesee still in doubt due to scheduling conflict) (Baltimore Sun)
Cornell dominates Yale in Ivy opener (Cornell Athletics)
Fairfield tops Penn St. in OT after Travis Nelson (Oswego) ties game; next up a trip to Hobart on April 3rd (Fairfield Athletics)
Hamilton continues unbeaten streak, upend Kenyon College 9-6 (Hamilton Athletics)
#4 Cortland defeats RIT 12-9 (pdf) (Cortland Athletics)
Jason Longo scores three as #1 LeMoyne routs Bently 10-1 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Six different goal scorers help Orange top Princeton 10-8 (SU Athletics)
Jill DePetris gets game winner as Orange women edge UConn (SU Athletics)
Princeton webcasting SU game coverage (Princeton Athletics)
Albany sets school record in Conference opening win over Hartford, 25-9 (story soon) (Albany Athletics)
#2 Nazareth vs. #1 Salisbury stopped by lightning storm, replay doubtful (Nazareth Athletics)
 Posted March 25, 2005
SU/Princeton both hungry for lacrosse win (SU Athletics)
Oswego women score 15 straight goals vs. RIT, win 15-4 (Oswego.edu)
Reminder: CNY Time Warner Sports to air SU/Princeton live Saturday 1pm, SU/Hobart live Tuesday 7pm (Time Warner Cable)
Huskies prepare to face Orange women (The Daily Campus)
Travis Nelson (Oswego) scores game-winner with just over a minute left to push Fairfield over Air Force 10-9 (Fairfield Athletics)
LeMoyne starts 2-0 but looks to play better, opener moved to Solvay High, 3pm Saturday; OCC's Steve Kazimer (Henninger) sets school record with 12 assists vs. Harford (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Paul Gait to end retirement and join Gary in Denver (LaxPower)
Colgate women halt losing streak with 14-7 win over Stony Brook (Colgate Athletics)
Orange badly needs a win (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 24, 2005
First 2005 STX/Inside Lacrosse National High School poll finds West Genesee #3 behind Manhasset and St. Paul's(Md) (Inside Lacrosse)
SU's Dragon off to great start after knee injuries (The Daily Orange)
Section 4 boy's lacrosse preview (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Nicole Motondo (West Genesee) named A-10 Conference Player of the Week (gobonnies.com)
Hamilton remains undefeated, topping Utica 10-7 (Hamilton.edu)
Princeton's Jason Doneger: More than just a great lacrosse player (The Daily Orange)
Boston University comes to the rescue, allows Brookline Youth Lacrosse to use artificial turf at Nickerson Field for outdoor practice (Townonline.com)
Hopkins, Virginia Preview (collegesports.com)
 Posted March 23, 2005
Coyne Stadium work requires new sites for Boy's Section 3, NYS Tournament playoffs (JustLacrosse)
Navy's Nick Mirabito (Chenango Forks) named Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Hometown Annapolis)
Notre Dame's Matt Karweck (Penn Yan) named Great Western Player of the Week (Notre Dame Athletics)
Time, venue changes for Army/Hofstra game scheduled for Tuesday, March 29; Army visits Colgate Saturday (Army Athletics)
LeMoyne's Whitney Vecchio (General Brown) and Samantha Falcone (West Genesee) earn MAAC honors (LeMoyne Athletics)
LeMoyne's Mike McDonald named Northeast-10 Freshman of the Week (LeMoyne Athletics)
Coach Lars Tiffany's (LaFayette) Seawolves notch another upset, topping Rutgers 13-9; Rutgers coming to Hobart Saturday (scarletknights.com)
 Posted March 22, 2005
Government "clarification" seems to soften stance on Title IX enforcement (LaxPower)
Kristen Smith (F-M) and Lindsey Moore (West Genesee) score 3 each as Cornell holds off Ohio State (Cornell Big Red)
Proceeds to help Special Olympics of Maryland, "Lax Under the Lights" series to feature three MIAA double-headers (Inside Lacrosse)
Men's Lacrosse: Long Island, CAA looking tougher and tougher (Inside Lacrosse)
Defense, goalie Adam Fullerton (Liverpool) seal victory over Rutgers (Army Athletics)
Goalie Adam Fullerton (Liverpool) steps in for injured Darak at Army against Rutgers (Newsday)
Syracuse women dominate road trip (The Daily Orange)
Hofstra breaks open close game in third quarter top edge Binghamton (Binghamton Athletics)
Club lacrosse at Georgetown proves popular (The Hoya)
 Posted March 21, 2005
Binghamton hangs tough, but falls to Hofstra 7-5 (Web Reports)
SU #8, Cornell #10; LeMoyne #1; Nazareth #2, Cortland #4 in latest USILA polls (USILA.org)
In another Florida game, Nazareth downs Bowdoin 15-11 (Nazareth Athletics)
LeMoyne women rip net 20 times in win over Robert Morris (LeMoyne Athletics)
Conference streak reaches 52 as LeMoyne men dominate Assumption 13-2 (LeMoyne Athletics)
 Posted March 20, 2005
Section 10 Canton Golden Bear boys, girls tune up with scrimmages against Carthage, Heuvelton (North Country Sports)
LA Daily News responds to emails from those who missed the joke (LA Daily News)
Brian Stanton (West Genesee), Greg Downing (Auburn), and Travis Nelson (Oswego) contribute in Fairfield's upset of Harvard (Fairfield Athletics)
Hamilton stages come from behind victory in Disneyworld (Hamilton Athletics)
LeMoyne women defeat Binghamton 14-6 in non-conference game (Binghamton Athletics)
Leo McInerney (Marcellus) scores 3, assists on 2 as VMI wins conference opener
(VMIKedets.com - Photo by Chuck Steenburgh)
 Posted March 19, 2005
Mike McDonald scores five, Alex Bily 3 as LeMoyne crushes Merrimack 15-4 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Hughes (CNS), Abbott (Nottingham) score twice, Bill Gleason (West Genesee) wins 13-19 in faceoffs as Cortland tops Springfield 10-8; Adam Cost (West Genesee) goes 3-1 for Springfield (pdf) (Cortland Athletics)
Colgate loses to Navy in Orlando (SU Athletics)
Dragon, Joines score four each as SU handles UMass (SU Athletics)
Colgate women drop one to Stanford (Colgate Athletics)
Clarkson doubles-up Oswego at L'pool (SUNY Oswego)
Hofstra edges Princeton 9-8 (goprincetontigers.com)
Stony Brook rallies to top Penn St. (goseawolves.com)
Peyser's OT goal lifts Hopkins over Orange (Hopkins Athletics)
Mike LeVeille scores 5 goals in loss to Hopkins (SU Athletics)
Hopkins mounts massive comeback (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 18, 2005
Maryland's Archbishop Spalding awaits word on scheduled trip north to play West Genesee (Washington Post)

Editor's Note: The Mt. Hebron boy's Vikings, six-time Maryland Public School State Champions, are coming north to play Carthage April 1st (7pm), and CNS April 2nd (1pm). Both games are at Cicero-North Syracuse's Bragman Stadium

Lemoyne women's game with Binghamton changes location, time (check our Directions page for map) (LeMoyne Athletics)
Stanford women host Colgate today, Cornell tomorrow (GoStanford.com)
Cornell women open Spring Break trip at Stanford (CornellBigRed.com)
Bad timing for big game in Dome (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Fresh from Florida, LeMoyne tackles season; Hobart mirrors Georgetown; Colgate faces Navy in Florida (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hopkins primed for Orange (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 17, 2005
Hopkins visits Syracuse: Game notes (Hopkins Sports)
Empire Eight PotW, Men (Patriot League)
Latest from the Patriot League, Women (Patriot League)
Latest from the Patriot League, Men (Patriot League)
ECAC Men's Player's of the Week, Team notes (ECAC.org)
America East Women's weekly notebook (AmericaEast.com)
America East Men's weekly notebook (AmericaEast.com)
Big Red, Bearcats get beyond grief to just play (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Dragon roars, scores four as SU women top Harvard 10-4 (SU Athletics)
"SU Sidelines" airs tonight at 7:00 (SU Athletics)
 Posted March 16, 2005
Binghamton @ Cornell, 4pm Wednesday
Safer lacrosse gear no guarantee against tragedy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cornell: Building a united front to succeed (Cornell Daily Sun)
 Posted March 15, 2005
Albany upsets UMass 10-9 (Albany Athletics)
A report on the First Four from The Daily Breeze: Seeds of lacrosse have been sown (dailybreeze.com)
2005 West Genesee Wildcat roster (wglax.com)
Section 5 to combine Class "B" and "C" for one tournament; NYS High School rule changes, and HS rules compared to NCAA (SportsFive.org)
VMI's Leo McInerney (Marcellus) named MAAC Player of the Week (LeMoyne Athletics)
Coach Lars Tiffany (LaFayette) and his Stony Brook Seawolves earn national ranking for first time in program's history (Stony Brook Athletics)
Time Warner Sports to debut SU Sidelines on TW26 (JustLacrosse)
Long Island Braves Sewanhaka Lacrosse Day April 23rd, Tomahawk Tournament set for August 6th and 7th (Extreme Lacrosse)
 Posted March 14, 2005
LeMoyne's Samantha Falcone (West Genesee) named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week (LeMoyne Athletics)
Homecoming for some players as Elmira women host Nazareth at Corning's Memorial Stadium tomorrow at 3pm (Corning Leader)
Late summer opening for Rochester's PAETEC Park expected (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted March 13, 2005
VMI's Leo McInerney (Marcellus) scores 7 goals, including game-tying goal at buzzer and game winner 14 seconds into OT (VMI Keydets)
Hamilton behind tsunami relief effort (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Californians warned about lacrosse infiltrating their lifestyle (LA Daily News)
Orange lose 10-7 in California (SU Athletics)
Hoyas take down Syracuse in Orange County (gohoyas.com)
UVa tops Princeton 11-7 (collegesports.com)
 Posted March 12, 2005
Georgetown women use second half explosion to stop Orange 13-6 (CollegeSports.com)
Colgate doubles St. Joseph's men 14-7 (Colgate Athletics)
Bucknell stuns Navy in OT (Bucknell Athletics)
Army upsets Cornell 11-9 (Army Athletics)
Adam Hughs (CNS) goes over the 100-goal mark as Cortland takes St. Lawrence 11-7 (Cortland Athletics)
Hobart with comeback win over Ohio St. (Hobart Athletics)
Nazareth over Geneseo 15-10 (Nazareth Athletics)
Corcoran boys helping in fight against cancer by participating in St. Baldrick's Celebration (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne women reschedule Sunday's game with Vermont (LeMoyne Athletics)
Penn St. women knock off #1 Virginia (GoPSUSports.com)
Game starts outdoors, finishes indoors - Ohio St. women upset Johns Hopkins 12-9 (CollegeSports.com)
 First Four Lacrosse Invitational
Orange traveling show headed west (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Get'cher program here! SU's PDF preview of the First Four game with Georgetown (SU Athletics)
The Venue - Home Depot Center, Carson, Ca
Georgetown preview of First Four vs. SU (gohoyas.com)
Syracuse to try a little California sunlight - TW26 coverage starts at 10:30pm (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted March 11, 2005
Game time, location changes for Hobart's game at Robert Morris March 15th (hws.edu)
LeMoyne star comes all the way back (Syracuse Post-Standard)
'04 champ is up first for OCC (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LeMoyne women upbeat after loss (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hartwick routs Centenary 25-0; Oneonta St. beats Scranton 16-5 (The Daily Star)
Matt Lando (Corning East) leads Alfred St. over CCC with 3G's, 2A's, and 8 GB's (Corning Leader)
 Posted March 10, 2005
#13 James Madison holds off LeMoyne women 14-11 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Siblings helped Brennan hone skills (The Daily Orange)
SU women hope to erase memories of UVa loss with three games over spring break (The Daily Orange)
Leo McInerney (Marcellus) had 2 goals and one assist and Vinnie Pierotti (Corning East) had an assist and 7 GB's in VMI win over Holy Cross (VMIKeydets.com)
Chris Doctor (Skaneateles) scores 3, Chris Havalchak (Corning East) saves 10 in Rutgers win over Manhattan (scarletknights.com)
Ohio St. previews game with Hobart (ohiostbuckeyes.com)
 
 Posted March 8, 2005
Matt Abbott, Mark Cahak join loaded SU recruiting class (SU Athletics)
LaFayette native Lars Tiffany looking forward to success at Stony Brook (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Stony Brook/Army postponed due to weather (goseaswolves.com)
At Cornell, young ladies control Notre Dame, look toward Hofstra (cornellbigred.com)
Colgate's Kelly Winning named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (Colgate Athletics)
Awful in warmups, Cornell stages comeback to defeat Notre Dame Sunday (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Bayhawks, Cannons swap Millon, Tierney (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted March 7, 2005
Youth Lacrosse National Championships Tourney to be held in Niagara Falls July 29-31 - Registration forms available now (laxchampionships.com)
Cornell beats #10 Irish (Cornell Daily Sun)
In first USILA poll, SU 5th, Cornell 6th . . . LeMoyne #1 . . . Nazareth #2, Cortland #5 (USILA.org)
Orange women lose to top attack unit in college lacrosse (The Daily Orange)
Keough remedies early faceoff trouble versus Virginia (The Daily Orange)
Syracuse falls to Virginia 12-11 (The Daily Orange)
Great Western Lacrosse hosting first annual U-19 Tourney at San Diego St. in July (Great Western Lacrosse)
 
 Posted March 5, 2005
Orange men edged by Virginia (SU Athletics)
Virginia defense helps women stop Orange (VirginiaSports.com)
Veltman leads Hobart past Binghamton (hws.edu)
Sean Greenhalgh scores five in Cornell victory over Notre Dame (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU women battle defending champions, 2004 Tewaaraton winner Amy Appelt (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Another banner day at the Dome (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Virginia Athletics previews game with Syracuse (VirginiaSports.com)
Orange feeds on Bucktooth (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Shannon Burke (West Genesee) helps Huskies edge Stanford (uconnhuskies.com)
Lacrosse was never intended to be played this way (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Rice disbands men's, women's lacrosse teams and suspends five captains over hazing incident (Houston Chronicle)
 
 Posted March 4, 2005
Hamilton men and women holding a season-long goal-a-thon to raise money for tsunami victims (Hamilton.edu)
Orange women try for four straight against Virginia (The Daily Orange)
Travis Nelson (Oswego) goes 4-3 in Fairfield win over St. Johns (fairfieldstags.com)
SU/Virginia game notes and team news (PDF) (SU Athletics)
Binghamton to test Hobart's patience Saturday (Finger Lakes Times)
Nazareth strong again despite loss of scorers (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Jarett Park talks about dropping soccer to concentrate on lacrosse (The Daily Orange)
 
 Posted March 3, 2005
Looking for an edge . . . Parity rules Division III lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Hamilton co-captain Henry featured in article about his frightening tsunami experience (Hamilton.edu)
Quick start propels Orange to shellacking of Bearcats (The Daily Orange)
Multi-sport Ward now captain's UVa lacrosse (The Daily Orange)
MLL, ESPN2 announce 2005 TV schedule (LaxPower.com)
 
 Posted March 2, 2005
Patrick McSweeney (Marcellus) joins three others as U of Albany captains (Albany.edu)
Great Danes heads list in America East preseason coaches poll (Albany.edu)
Ben Koesterer (Cazenovia) scores first collegiate goal in Duke win over VMI, Keydet Vinnie Pierotti (Corning East) wins 6 of 9 faceoffs (goduke.com)
 
 Posted February 28, 2005
Three great in-depth stories on Joe Walters (Irondequoit/Maryland), Brandon Spillett (Liverpool/LeMoyne), and Alex Civalier (Penfield/Nazareth), plus Q & A with Mike Powell, in the Inside Lacrosse Men's College Preview
SU finds new offense in win vs. Army (The Daily Orange)
Great game for SU's Agnew vs. Great Danes (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Agnew's career high leads dominant offense (The Daily Orange)
SU women's defense limits Albany's shooting lanes (The Daily Orange)
SU defense locks down Wagner, Army (The Daily Orange)
 
 Posted February 27, 2005
Orange women wins opener against Albany 17-4 (SU Athletics)
Hobart among ECAC giants (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Syracuse defense suffocates Army (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Lehigh ruins Bearcat coach's debut (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
SU wins season opener against Army, 9-4 (SU Athletics)
Hobart upends Butler 11-7 (box score) (HWS.edu)
NLL's East tops West in OT (NLL.com)
Binghamton falls to Villanova 5-2 (Binghamton Athletics)
Colgate 2-0 after OT defeat of Sacred Heart (Colgate Athletics)
 
 Posted February 26, 2005
Bucktooth ready for pressure after moving to attack (The Daily Orange)
Coach Miller moves Joines to "fat man by the crease" (The Daily Orange)
SU ready to defend title with fresh faces (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Soph's Kate Fontana (ES-M) and Sarah Spillett (Liverpool) help Albany over Siena (Albany Athletics)
 
 Posted February 25, 2005
Post-Standard's Area College Lacrosse Preview (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU men's lacrosse preview from the Post-Standard: Powell-less, Hopkins, Pfeifer, Defense, Crockett, SU opponents (Syracuse Post-Standard)
SU women: Monica Joines' time to lead (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 22, 2005
March 19th SU, UMass women's game to be broadcast live on internet (UMass Athletics)
Coach Emmer excited about 2005 as Army prepares for SU (Go Army Sports)
Maximum capacity at the Dome as Varsity teams and seven club teams vie for practice time (The Daily Orange)
A first on Saturday: Men's basketball and lacrosse at Dome on same day (The Daily Orange)
ECAC lacrosse to hold one-hour radio show (webcast available) tomorrow, Wednesday . . . Commissioner and coaches available for questions (ECAC.org)
 
 Posted February 21, 2005
Colgate women double Albany, 10-5 (Colgate Athletics)
Catch Casey Powell, Gary Gait, and Tom Marechek in Saturday's NLL All-Star Game on NBC; News on Richie Moran (Cornell), William Warder (Hobart), Lars Tiffany (LaFayette), Dan Chemotti (West Genesee), Mike Borsz (West Genesee), and Jeremy DaRin (Liverpool) (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 20, 2005
Maryland tops Orange in men's scrimmage; Joe Walters (Irondequoit) has 6 goals, 4 assists for Terps (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate stays hot on a cold day to upset Villanova (Syracuse Post-Standard)
It's a new game for faceoffs; Kyle Guadagnolo is quick learner; Goalie to redshirt (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate freshman goes 3-1 in win over Villanova (Colgate Athletics)
 
 Posted February 18, 2005
Ian Williams (Watertown IHC) will be a VMI Keydet in 2006 (Newswatch50.com)
Colgate men first to challenge Mother Nature with faceoff tomorrow at 1pm against Villanova; Women host Albany Sunday (Colgate Athletics)
Orange defense backed by experience (The Daily Orange)
 
 Posted February 17, 2005
Kelly Taylor (F-M) to play for North Carolina in 2006 (tarheelblue.com)
Colgate women picked to repeat as Patriot League champions (Colgate Athletics)
Boston, New Balance to host 2005 MLL Championship Weekend (Boston Business Journal)
 
 Posted February 16, 2005
Brandon Spillett named to 2005 Tewaaraton watchlist (LeMoyne.edu)
2005 Tewaaraton watchlist includes Brandon Spillett (Liverpool/LeMoyne), Greg Havalchak (Corning East/Rutgers), Joe Walters (Irondequoit/Maryland), Brian Crockett (SU), Cornell's Joe Boulukos and Sean Greenhalgh, and Albany's Luke Daquino; SU's Monica Joines named to women's list (Tewaaraton)
They're lovin' lacrosse in the UK (BBC)
U @ Albany preseason favorites in the America East (timesunion.com)
Ticket sales surpass 15,000 for 2005 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships (faceoffphiladelphia.com)
NLL, Activision plans lacrosse video game (NLL.com)
 
 Posted February 15, 2005
Four Colgate women's home games will be available live and free over internet (Colgate Athletics)
Lacrosse taking hold in central Oregon with help from Nike (BendBulletin.com)
 
 Posted February 14, 2005
Rochester Rattlers to play home games at Bishop Kearney Field (RochesterRattlers.com)
Knighthawks' Paul Day named to coach NLL East All-Stars (oursportscentral.com)
Follow Oswego lacrosse with their new website (oswegolacrosse.org)
With Joines drawing defensive attention, SU finds other scorers (The Daily Orange)
Gary Gait credited with changing the landscape of sports in Colorado (Denver Post)
Daily Orange report on SU/Navy (The Daily Orange)
Face-offs trouble SU despite rule change (The Daily Orange)
 
 Posted February 13, 2005
SU women top Penn (SU Athletics)
Countdown begins on LeMoyne's title defense (LeMoyne.edu)
Freshman LeVeille turns heads against Navy (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Colgate gets head start on CNY season; High School coaching milestones recognized at national convention (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 12, 2005
News clip: #4 OCC hopes to mimic success of LeMoyne, SU (News10Now)
Hobart tops Colgate in preseason game, 10-3 (Colgate Athletics)
Orange, Navy tie at 13 in scrimmage (SU Athletics)
SU faces first test in Navy (The Daily Orange)
Cornell men's lacrosse season preview (cornellbigred.com)
Orange enters season with fresh outlook (Syracusxe Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 11, 2005
2005 Orange men's lacrosse media guide now online . . . Just in time for tomorrow's 3pm scrimmage with Navy (SU Athletics)
Orange women face Pennsyvania in noon scrimmage, in Dome, Saturday (The Daily Orange)
SU faces first test in Navy (The Daily Orange)
Cornell men's lacrosse season preview (cornellbigred.com)
Orange enters season with fresh outlook (Syracusxe Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 9, 2005
Drawing the line on faceoff cheaters (Syracuse Post-Standard)
2005 US Lacrosse National Convention recap (US Lacrosse)
U of Miami(Fla) will begin women's lacrosse in 2007 to fulfill Title IX (Sun-Sentinel)
Three NCAA Lacrosse Championship rings stolen (The Daily Orange)
Jewish Community Center to hold lacrosse camp during February break (Syracuse Post-Standard)
 
 Posted February 7, 2005
Belichick's other champions . . . An audio interview with 11 year-old Luke Shultz, a member of the Weston (Ma) lacrosse Wildcats, coached by Bill Belichick (first story) (Here and Now/WBUR)
Profile: Three sport star Brandon Corp refuses to rest (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Va goalies step up in scrimmage against Navy (The Cavalier Daily)
 
 Posted February 5, 2005
Big Red begin practice on frozen Schoellkopf turf (News10Now)
Fairfield signs two cny'ers: Patrick Hovey (Auburn) and Dan Hettler (Liverpool) (FairfieldStags.com)
 
 Posted February 3, 2005
US Women's World Cup training team announced (US Lacrosse)
Hamilton women ranked ninth in preseason poll (Hamilton.edu)
Cicero-North Syracuse to host Women's, Men's North Regional NDP Lacrosse Tourneys in July (NDP Lacrosse)
Expected contributions from CNY'ers help Rutgers earn #12 in preseason poll (scarletknights.com)
NLL Update: Europe, Asia to see All-Star, Cup Final games; Rochester, Buffalo sweep weekly awards; America One Sports announces NLL Game of the Week schedule (NLL.com)
 
 Posted January 31, 2005
Sunday's Media Day supplies quotes from #13 Orange women (SU Athletics)
Orange men answer questions from media at Sunday's Media Day (SU Athletics)
Orange women look to replace stars (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Park and Plunket plan to go on the offensive (Syracuse Post-Standard)
US Lacrosse holds first coaching clinic at U of Delaware: Aim is to increase the number of qualified youth coaches throughout the country (delawareonline.com)
 
 Posted January 30, 2005
Three cheers for lacrosse (Syracuse Post-Standard)
LaxPower compiles list of noteworthy intersectional boy's lacrosse games (LaxPower)
 
 Posted January 29, 2005
Knighthawks drub Toronto (Toronto Globe & Mail)
Lacrosse breaks out in Indiana (aren't these stories great?) (South Bend Tribune)
Another sports dome succumbs to Mother Nature (southofboston.com)
 
 Posted January 26, 2005
Ian Dingman speaks to rumors (hometownannapolis.com)
Upstate native helped lacrosse gain foothold in Arizona (azcentral.com)
 
 Posted January 25, 2005
Newly designed page to follow Section 3 action; Several 2005 Boy's Lax schedules posted at LaxPower (JustLacrosse)
Michigan High School Athletic Association lends a developmental hand as teams begin first sanctioned season (Ann Arbor News)
Is lacrosse ready to replace hockey? (ASU Web Devil)
 
 Posted January 24, 2005
University of California - Davis plans football/lacrosse stadium for 2006 (The California Aggie)
 
 Posted January 23, 2005
Lacrosse finds an unlikely home in Mississippi (The Mississippi Press)
 
 Posted January 20, 2005
Legendary lacrosse coach Richie Moran receives prestigious Peter Kohn Award (SLAM Sports)
Mike Catalino (Webster) a member of Duke's class of 2009 (GoDuke.com)
NLL thinks rescheduling inconvenience worth potential increased exposure (SLAM Sports)
Planes of the 111th Fighter Wing, Pa. Air National Guard, to fly with Wings' logo (philly.com)
22 Skiddoo: Who on SU is bold enough to wear that number? (Syracuse Post-Standard)
NBC to televise NLL All-Star Game, Cup Final (NLL.com)
 
 Posted January 18, 2005
Men's Player Trackers updated for 2005; submissions of missing players encouraged (JustLacrosse)
U of Albany announces 2005 schedule (Albany.edu)
Oswego St. coach Dan Witmer among panelists to discuss "Careers in Sports" Friday at 1:30pm (Oswego.edu)
Tyler Emery (Canandaigua Academy) among 11 to play for Lehigh (lehighsports.com)
Head coaches Matt Kerwick (Hobart) and Scott Marr (Albany) among those named as assistants and staff of 2006 US National Team (US Lacrosse)
Familiar names (Powless, Boyle, Coon, Joy, Juleff, Dougherty, and Bliss) chosen by Rattlers in MLL draft (RochesterRattlers.com)
"Guest bartenders" for charity event include Gary Gait and Mike Powell (oursportscentral.com)
 
 Posted January 14, 2005
CSTV to televise SU/Georgetown in California (March 12th), SU @ Princeton (March 26th), North Carolina @ Colgate (TBD), and Adelphi @ LeMoyne (TBD); entire TV schedule released (collegesports.com)
Princeton women back from spring break in Australia (The Daily Princetonian)
US Lacrosse National Convention this weekend in Philadelphia (US Lacrosse)
 
 Posted January 13, 2005
LeMoyne to honor 4 NCAA teams from 2004 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Mike Catalino (Webster Schroeder) one of eight signing to play for Duke (LaxPower.com)
US Lacrosse preseason rankings released: LeMoyne #1, SU #2, Nazareth #2, Cortland #4, Herkimer #2, OCC #4 (US Lacrosse)
 
 Posted January 11, 2005
2005 SU roster (with bios) released; goalie Casey Rotella (West Genesee) transfers from Herkimer (SU Athletics)
Rattlers' 2005 schedule released; barring trade, Mike Powell and the Bayhawks due in town June 18th (RochesterRattlers.com)
 
 Posted January 9, 2005
His poems did not stop for death; Eamon McEnaney's "A Bend in the Road" published by Cornell Library (New York Times)
 
 Posted January 7, 2005
Coach Meade: Loss of Dingman will hurt Navy program (hometownannapolis.com)
Reports: Navy loses services of Dingman (Carthage) (hometownannapolis.com)
 
 Posted January 5, 2005
Mike Powell announces his intention to play in the MLL in 2005 (Inside Lacrosse)
Loyola women join Big East as associate member (BigEast.org)
 
 Posted January 4, 2005
Hobart grad Frank Fedorjaka to succeed Sid Jamieson as Bucknell head coach (Bucknell Lacrosse)
News on documentary about Peter Kohn (LaxPower Forums)
 
 Posted January 2, 2005
Gary Gait scores opening goal and game-winner as Mammoth defeat Calgary (Denver Post)
Minnesota swarms over Knighthawks in front of 8,532 (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 
 Posted January 1, 2005
Gary Gait ready to begin final season (Rocky Mountain News)
Faceoff battles, flying bodies may result from National Lacrosse League rule changes for 2005 (Toronto Globe & Mail)
 
 Posted January 20, 2005
Legendary lacrosse coach Richie Moran receives prestigious Peter Kohn Award (SLAM Sports)
Mike Catalino (Webster) a member of Duke's class of 2009 (GoDuke.com)
NLL thinks rescheduling inconvenience worth potential increased exposure (SLAM Sports)
Planes of the 111th Fighter Wing, Pa. Air National Guard, to fly with Wings' logo (philly.com)
22 Skiddoo: Who on SU is bold enough to wear that number? (Syracuse Post-Standard)
NBC to televise NLL All-Star Game, Cup Final (NLL.com)
 
 Posted January 18, 2005
Men's Player Trackers updated for 2005; submissions of missing players encouraged (JustLacrosse)
U of Albany announces 2005 schedule (Albany.edu)
Oswego St. coach Dan Witmer among panelists to discuss "Careers in Sports" Friday at 1:30pm (Oswego.edu)
Tyler Emery (Canandaigua Academy) among 11 to play for Lehigh (lehighsports.com)
Head coaches Matt Kerwick (Hobart) and Scott Marr (Albany) among those named as assistants and staff of 2006 US National Team (US Lacrosse)
Familiar names (Powless, Boyle, Coon, Joy, Juleff, Dougherty, and Bliss) chosen by Rattlers in MLL draft (RochesterRattlers.com)
"Guest bartenders" for charity event include Gary Gait and Mike Powell (oursportscentral.com)
 
 Posted January 14, 2005
CSTV to televise SU/Georgetown in California (March 12th), SU @ Princeton (March 26th), North Carolina @ Colgate (TBD), and Adelphi @ LeMoyne (TBD); entire TV schedule released (collegesports.com)
Princeton women back from spring break in Australia (The Daily Princetonian)
US Lacrosse National Convention this weekend in Philadelphia (US Lacrosse)
 
 Posted January 13, 2005
LeMoyne to honor 4 NCAA teams from 2004 (LeMoyne Athletics)
Mike Catalino (Webster Schroeder) one of eight signing to play for Duke (LaxPower.com)
US Lacrosse preseason rankings released: LeMoyne #1, SU #2, Nazareth #2, Cortland #4, Herkimer #2, OCC #4 (US Lacrosse)
 
 Posted January 11, 2005
2005 SU roster (with bios) released; goalie Casey Rotella (West Genesee) transfers from Herkimer (SU Athletics)
Rattlers' 2005 schedule released; barring trade, Mike Powell and the Bayhawks due in town June 18th (RochesterRattlers.com)
 
 Posted January 9, 2005
His poems did not stop for death; Eamon McEnaney's "A Bend in the Road" published by Cornell Library (New York Times)
 
 Posted January 7, 2005
Coach Meade: Loss of Dingman will hurt Navy program (hometownannapolis.com)
Reports: Navy loses services of Dingman (Carthage) (hometownannapolis.com)
 
 Posted January 5, 2005
Mike Powell announces his intention to play in the MLL in 2005 (Inside Lacrosse)
Loyola women join Big East as associate member (BigEast.org)
 
 Posted January 4, 2005
Hobart grad Frank Fedorjaka to succeed Sid Jamieson as Bucknell head coach (Bucknell Lacrosse)
News on documentary about Peter Kohn (LaxPower Forums)
 
 Posted January 2, 2005
Gary Gait scores opening goal and game-winner as Mammoth defeat Calgary (Denver Post)
Minnesota swarms over Knighthawks in front of 8,532 (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 
 Posted January 1, 2005
Gary Gait ready to begin final season (Rocky Mountain News)
Faceoff battles, flying bodies may result from National Lacrosse League rule changes for 2005 (Toronto Globe & Mail)
 
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