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 Posted September 30, 2005
Orange to test new offensive system in Baltimore
(The Daily Orange)
Wildcat Ashley Datellas among Marist freshmen class
Greg Raymond (Corning) named assistant at Princeton
 Posted September 29, 2005
Former F-M and Oswego St. lacrosse coach Adair Milmoe joins Colgate women's lacrosse staff
(Colgate Athletics)
 Posted September 28, 2005
Orange 2005-06 captains are Brett Bucktooth, Greg Rommel, John Wright, and Steve Panarelli
(SU Athletics)
Philly football star choosing collegiate lacrosse career
(Philadelphia Daily News)
Kroenke breaks ground, expands plans for Prarie Gateway Sports Complex near Denver
(Denver Business Journal)
 Posted September 27, 2005
Herkimer CCC dedicating new stadium to legendary, long-time Coach Wehrum on Saturday, October 1, at 6:30pm
(Herkimer Evening Telegram)
Tim Pfeffer (Penfield) one of 14 new players at Marist
(Marist Athletics)
News items from Insides Lacrosse's Offseason Notebook
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted September 26, 2005
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Tryouts for the 2006 Roadhawks were held Sunday at Gillette Rd. Middle School in Cicero
Roadhawks Website

 Posted September 24, 2005
Division I "Fall Ball" events for men, women
 Posted September 22, 2005
Third Annual Diane Geppi-Aikens Memorial 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk scheduled for Saturday at Loyola
Jake of all Trades
Cornell women's lacrosse runs in annual "Ithaca 5 & 10"
(Cornell Athletics)
NCAA Men's Championship awarded to Baltimore for 2007, Boston (Foxboro) for 2008
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted September 21, 2005
NCAA Men's Championship likely to return to Baltimore for 2007, then Boston (Foxboro) for '08,'09
(Baltimore Sun)
Cornell, Princeton on Binghamton men's 2006 lax schedule
(Binghamton Athletics)
 Posted September 20, 2005
US Lacrosse Women's Board recommends hard bounderies beginning in 2006
(US Lacrosse)
MLL teams announce their 20-man rosters, 10-man unprotected list for upcoming expansion draft
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted September 19, 2005
Schedules for Lacrosse for Leukemia and Pumpkin Stickout
(SU Athletics)
 Posted September 18, 2005
Keep callin' it Carrier - before the age of big-money deals, the company put its name on the Dome - for good
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Why we don't use the "C" word - Our comment on Donna Diota's article above
 Posted September 17, 2005
US Team to debut at Lacrosse for Leukemia - Tournament schedule
2006 US Lacrosse National Convention set for Philadelphia January 12-15
(US Lacrosse)
The State of the Dome on its 25th Anniversary
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted September 14, 2005
Dates changed to October 14-16 for SU men's alumni weekend - Golf, SU vs. Rutgers football, Pumpkin Stickout
(News Observer[NC])
 Posted September 14, 2005
Lacrosse, bowling fastest growing high school sports nationwide (based on percentage)
(News Observer[NC])
Three Powells to play for US Men's National Team at Price Modern Lacrosse for Leukemia Fall Invitational
(Inside Lacrosse)
2006 NLL schedule announced
 Posted September 12, 2005
Lacrosse enthusiasts new source of support with Affinity Credit Card from US Bank
(US Lacrosse)
Ithaca High girls lacrosse team hosts remembrance
(Ithaca Journal)
 Posted September 8, 2005
Need some new wallpaper? Newest Inside Lacrosse cover is online
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted September 7, 2005
Guess who's back? Lacrosse Magazine reports on Ian Dingman's (Carthage) return to Navy
(Lacrosse Magazine)
UVa title team members Joe Yevoli and Nathan Kenny, along with U of Delaware's John Carozza transfer to Orange
(The Daily Orange)
 Posted September 6, 2005
Inside Lacrosse   follows this cover of SU all-time greats with three of the newest - Perritt, Nimes, and Hardy - landing in subscriber's mailboxes today
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted September 5, 2005
Mercyhurst women's lacrosse attracts several area girls: Alicia Guzzo (B'ville), Breanna Haggerty (skaneateles), Jessie Horeth (Webster Schroeder), Katy Miller (Corning West), Elizabeth O'Neil (Westhill), Kristen Toomey (East Rochester), Elizabeth Wagner (Rush-Henrietta), and Bethany Maylone (Cazenovia)
(Mercyhurst Athletics)
Pat Harrington (Nazareth '02) named assistant at Mars Hill
(Mars Hill Athletics)
Chris Scanlon (Hobart '05) named assistant at Clarkson
 Posted September 2, 2005
Twelve rule changes for boys lacrosse approved by National Federation of State High School Associations
Lacrosse Magazine: A new online publication from US Lacrosse
(US Lacrosse)
 Posted September 1, 2005
SU men's lacrosse alumni weekend planned for September 23-25
(SU Athletics)
Karley Reynolds (Auburn), Jennifer Zartman (Canandaigua) sign with Niagara
New Dome turf getting good reviews from footballers
(Daily Orange)
 Posted August 30, 2005
Fulton native, SUNY Oswego grad Michael Scerbo named head coach for Duquesne women
(Duquesne Athletics)
NLL entry draft results: Sean Greenhalgh, Scott Ditzell, Jarret Park, Brad Rennie, and Adam Hughes among those chosen
Aaron Bottazzo (Irondequoit) to play for Robert Morris
(Robert Morris Athletics)
Private schools must meet new standards if they want to play Maryland Public Schools
(Baltimore Sun)
 Posted August 29, 2005
MLL releases rules for expansion draft
(Major League Lacrosse)
Register for the MLL Supplemental and Expansion Drafts
(Major League Lacrosse)
Men's fall ball schedule
(Inside Lacrosse)
Women's fall ball schedule
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted August 24, 2005
Star-Riders Lacrosse Club

The Star-Riders Lacrosse Club have been added to the Clubs and Orgs menu - the Junior Rising Stars finished 8-0-1 at the All-Star Express Tourney at Annapolis this past July

Ohio St.'s men's lacrosse to host Michael R. Breschi Buckeye Classic October 1st
(Ohio St. Athletics)
Inside Lacrosse's MLL Championship photo gallery
 Posted August 23, 2005
Ian Dingman reinstated at Navy
(Hometown Annapolis)
2005 Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee proposals, and experiments for fallball
Rochester: It's a major league minor-league town
(Christian Science Monitor)
 Posted August 21, 2005
Bayhawks defeat Lizards 15-9 for their second MLL Championship
Chicago, Denver, San Francisco join LA as MLL expansion sites
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted August 20, 2005
Baltimore outguns Rattlers in semi-final 20-13
(Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Lizards silence Cannons 19-14
(Boston Herald)
Casey Powell, Gary Gait included as All-MLL Team announced
(Inside Lacrosse)
Gary Gait, Mark Millon named MML MVP's; Pat McCabe Sportsman of the Year
(Major League Lacrosse)
Georgalas named assistant men's lacrosse coach at Cornell
(Cornell Athletics)
 Posted August 19, 2005
Bayhawks up on Rattlers 12-9 at half; Listen live to WROC here
Yorktown lacrosse legend Murphy dies
(The Journal News)
Herkimer women's team receives honor
(Herkimer Telegram)
 Posted August 18, 2005
Baltimore, Boston finalists for hosting '07, '08 NCAA title games
(Baltimore Sun)
Competition growing in indoor sports market
(Albany Business Journal)
 Posted August 17, 2005
Inside Lacrosse previews the MLL playoffs
(Inside Lacrosse)
STX named official sponser of US men's lacrosse
(Baltimore Business Journal)
 Posted August 15, 2005
Another come from behind win for Rattlers sets up rematch with Baltimore in semi-finals Friday
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Stats for Rattlers win over Bayhawks Saturday
Bayhawks get a wakeup call
(Baltimore Sun)
 Posted August 12, 2005
Liam Banks goes 3-3 as Pride eliminates Philly, puts Rattlers into playoffs
St. John's fall schedule shows SU and Team USA participating in Price Modern "Lacrosse for Leukemia" Tourney, Cornell in Algonquin Cup
(St. John's Lacrosse)
 Posted August 11, 2005
2005 High School Academic All-Americans
Casey Powell wins third straight Player of the Week award; Rattlers host Mikey, Gary Gait, and Tom Marechek in last game of season and last game ever at Bishop Kearney Field Saturday
(Rochester Rattlers)
Big weekend of lacrosse at Lake Placid
 Posted August 10, 2005
Oswego St. offering shooting camp beginning August 16th
(Palladium Times)
Under Armour announces First Annual Lacrosse All-American Games set for 2006 in Baltimore
(PR Newswire)
 Posted August 9, 2005
Bill Beckwith (Fulton, '87 - Hartwick) named to Fulton Athletic Boosters Hall of Fame
(Palladium Times)
Alaska gets its first lacrosse club
(Anchorage Daily News)
 Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League Playoffs
UOLL Website

Action from the men's and women's Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League Open Division Championship games yesterday at Maxwell Park in DeWitt - A link to the results will be posted as soon as they bare available

 Posted August 8, 2005
DC to bid for '09,'10 Men's NCAA Championships?
(Washington Business Journal)
 Posted August 4, 2005
NCAA, athletic trainers seek ways to reduce fatal chest injuries
(Washington Post)
Collin Shore (Ithaca) among Vermont's latest recruiting class
(Vermont Athletics)
It's Cortland over Ithaca for the Auburn Summer Lacrosse Division 3 title
Attentive West Coast audience gets hooked on lacrosse
(Contra Costa Times)
2005 Hawaii Lacrosse Invitational Tournament looking for men's and women's team to fill slots
 Posted August 2, 2005
Auburn's Men's Box Lacrosse heading onto finals
Details and contact information for Cleveland's Jim Brown Lacrosse Tournament
 Posted August 1, 2005
Long Island shuts down Central offense
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Central teams come up short
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
LI grabs lacrosse Gold
Major League upset as Cannons crush Bayhawks; Millon, Leveille score 9 goals each
(Boston Cannons)
Rattlers continue season turnaround
(Rochester Rattlers)
Register for the MLL Expansion and Supplimental Drafts
(Major League Lacrosse)
 Posted July 31, 2005
Central Men clinch Silver with 5-3 win over Adirondack
(Empire State Games)
Empire State Games official results
(Empire State Games)
Stifling Long Island defense shuts down Central 5-3 to clinch Gold; Central can win Silver today with victory over Adirondack at noon
(Empire State Games)
Central Women take Bronze, Long Island Silver after Western upsets both
(Empire State Games)
Long Island beats Central in lacrosse showdown
(Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin)
Rattlers rally twice to top Pride 20-15
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted July 30, 2005
Empire State Games official results
(Empire State Games)
Even with loss Central Women (3-1) aim for gold medal game; Central Men (3-0) down Western, Hudson Valley - meet Long Island tonight at 7pm
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Broome County athletes adjust to teammate strangers
(Press & Sun-Bulletin)
 Posted July 29, 2005
Central Women drop a close one to Long Island 10-8
(Empire State Games)
Central Men (2-0) top Western 11-4; Central Women (3-0) double up Adirondack 14-7
(Empire State Games)
Central lax teams start 3-0
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
Cleveland to host Inaugural Jim Brown Lacrosse Classic this fall
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted July 27, 2005
Thompson brothers will deliver one-two punch for Central at Empire State Games
(Syracuse Post-Standard)
 Posted July 26, 2005
Part Five of our series on Defending the Gold
MLL Weekly Awards: Casey Powell, Player of the Week; Jarett Park, Rookie of the Week
(Major League Lacrosse)
Oswego St. lacrosse camp scores a goal with players
(Palladium Times)
Former St. John Fisher coach Craig Camp takes position at RIT
(RIT Athletics)
 Posted July 25, 2005
Part Four of our series on Defending the Gold
Long time Canandaigua Academy coach takes job at St. John Fisher
(Finger Lakes Times)
 Posted July 24, 2005

Visitors Daniel Hand (Ct) and Yarmouth (Me) held their own against many of the top teams from acrosse upstate NY Saturday at the Wildcat Invitational in Camillus. Here a Daniel Hand Tiger gets ready to try and separate a F-M Hornet from the ball. Daniel Hand lost to B'ville in the winner's bracket semi-final, 8-5

Great saves like this helped B'ville top LaFayette 9-6 in the Wildcat Invitational
championship game

As the 2005 Empire State Games are about to begin in Poughkeepsie, Rochester organizers have started the ball rolling on hosting them in 2006
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Danbury, Ct. therapist works to prevent injuries to young athletes
(News Times Live)
Part Three of our series on Defending the Gold
Three Corning East girls to play for Western ESG's team
(Corning Leader)
Poughkeepsie girl to benefit from Northwestern women's media exposure
(Poughkeepsie Journal)
Rattlers get game-winner over Lizards with 20 seconds to go
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Knighthawks promote Comeau to head coach
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted July 22, 2005

2005's Mario Ventiquattro sticks one past Dan McKeon on a great feed from behind the cage Friday at SUNY Cortland. The 2005 Team beat the 2004 Team and friends 10-9 in OT
Corning East places two on Western ESG Team
(Corning Leader)
Seattle Times in Northwestern's corner (no pun intended)
(Seattle Times)
 Posted July 21, 2005
Defending the Gold - Part One of a special five part report on the choosing of the 2005 Empire State Games Boys Scholastic Lacrosse Team
Defending the Gold - Part One photo gallery
Wildcat Invitational begins 9AM Saturday - Map to Pottery Road fields
Latest results from the Auburn Box Lacrosse League
(Auburn Citizen)
Gary Gait extends contract with Bayhawks
(Inside Lacrosse)
Casey, Ryan Powell moving to Portland - Results from the NLL dispersal draft and related trades
 Posted July 20, 2005
Grrr - Flip-flop flap
(Fox News)
Major League Lacrosse looking to expand
(Hometown Annapolis)
Big Shot Challange and NDP hit Syracuse
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted July 18, 2005
Northwestern flip-flop flap might aid young fan
(Chicago Tribune)
Not sure when you can wear flip-flop sandals?
(CBS News)
Big Shot Challange and NDP hit Syracuse
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted July 17, 2005 Updated @ 5:00pm
Jeff Gilbert from Cicero-North Syracuse brings the ball up field during NDP Tourney action Sunday morning at Bragman Stadium
More photos
Nashua (NH) girls sparkle at Star Spangled Tourney
(Nashua Telegraph)
 Posted July 14, 2005
US Lacrosse Boys All-Americans
(US Lacrosse)
Rattlers grab 9-1 lead, hold on vs. Barrage
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
2005 NDP Men's North Regional, July 15-17 @CNS - Inside Lacrosse's Big Shot Challange scheduled
(NDP Lacrosse)
 Posted July 13, 2005
F-M's Kristen, Kelly Taylor head list of US Lacrosse Upstate Girl All-Americans
(US Lacrosse)
2005 NDP events kick off in Denver - Comes to Bragman Stadium at Cicero-North Syracuse High School July 15-17 (see below)
(Inside Lacrosse)
2005 NDP Men's North Regional, July 15-17 @CNS - Inside Lacrosse's Big Shot Challange scheduled
(NDP Lacrosse)
Pride claim Coffman from Rattlers
(New Jersey Pride)
Former Nazareth standout named head coach of New Jersey Pride
(Inside Lacrosse)
Quinnipiac's new artificial turf field continues to take shape
 Posted July 12, 2005
2nd Annual Wildcat Invitational set for July 23rd
4th Annual John Pepper Lacrosse Tournament to be held August 6th and 7th
Northwestern, Johns Hopkins honored at The White House
Major League Lacrosse notebook
(OurSports Central)
MLL Power Rankings
(Inside Lacrosse)
 Posted July 11, 2005
Rattlers fall hard to Barrage
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Fans like what they see in "Sneak Peek at PAETEC"
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
Questions and answers about PAETEC Park
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
 Posted July 9, 2005
Casey, Ryan Powell expected to play tonight as Rattlers host Ryan Boyle and the Barrage
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
B'ville's Star Spangled Banner Tourney continues today
(Baldwinsville Girls Lax)
1812 Tourney for boys begins today
(1812 Shoot-Out)
 Posted July 8, 2005
David Streeten credits many for helping him recover
Boy's religion-based decision to refuse tetanus shot prompts lawsuit against Rush-Henrietta
(Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)
B'ville's Ashley Gray signs to play for Canisius
B'ville's Star Spangled Banner Tourney begins today
(Baldwinsville Girls Lax)
1812 Tourney for boys set for this weekend
(1812 Shoot-Out)
 Posted July 7, 2005
National Senior Showcase: North wins Championship; cny'ers account for 19 of 40 total North goals; Nims named North MVP
National Senior Showcase: North team photo
(US Lacrosse)
B'ville's Star Spangled Banner Tourney begins Friday
(Baldwinsville Girls Lax)
1812 Tourney for boys set for this weekend
(1812 Shoot-Out)
Michigan's Brother Rice specialized in last second comebacks to amass a 23-0 record
(The Detroit News)
Australian women best in the world
(The Advertiser)
 Posted July 6, 2005
Kait Fuller (J-E) brings home Women's D-II National Tournament Championship
(Auburn Citizen)
 Posted July 5, 2005
Third try is a charm as GMH downs Go Fast for Men's Elite Vail Championship
(Vail Daily News)
 Posted July 4, 2005
Is cheating fair game?: Many Long Island high school athletes think it's just part of competition
GMH, Go Fast make Vail finals
(Vail Daily News)
 Posted July 3, 2005 Updated @ 11:50am
Team 21, named in honor of George Boiardi and comprised of 1999-2005 Cornell alumni, upsets Team Mammoth in Vail
(Vail Daily News)
The Denver Post talks to Jake Steinfeld
(Denver Post)
Australia wins women's lacrosse title
(The Age [Australia])
Women's World Cup draws attention to growing sport
(Hometown Annapolis)
Young guns top Old School in OT, 21-20
(Major League Lacrosse)
Rattlers swallow Pride for first win
(Major League Lacrosse)
 Posted July 2, 2005
Nearly a year later, David Streeten contiues on road to recovery
Tight spot for Iroquois at the Cup of Nations Tournament
(Baltimore Sun)
After slow start, US rolls to 13-3 win over England
(Inside Lacrosse)
Canada hangs tough, but Aussies pull away to advance to gold medal match
(Inside Lacrosse)
John Zulberti (West Genesee/SU) score hatrick in 21-minute, weather-shortened game for Team Mammoth at Vail
(Vail Daily News)
All-WNY boys team
(Buffalo News)
Section VI league awards
(Buffalo News)
 Posted July 1, 2005
US pounds Scotland, faces England today
(Inside Lacrosse)
Lacrosse stars eye mile-high exposure
(Rocky Mountain News)
MLL standings, Team statistics, League leaders
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