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  • Bayhawks dominate Denver Outlaws, 16-6, to win fourth MLL championship

    Bayhawks dominate Denver Outlaws, 16-6, to win fourth MLL championship
    The Chesapeake Bayhawks flexed their muscles during the Major League Lacrosse championship on Sunday at Harvard Stadium, rolling over the Denver Outlaws, 16-6, and making their case for being the best team in the 12-year history of the league. Denver,...
  • Rubeor to coach boys lacrosse at St. Mary's; Hickman to head girls team

    Rubeor to coach boys lacrosse at St. Mary's; Hickman to head girls team
    Loyola Blakefield and 2008 Virginia grad Ben Rubeor has been named the new boys lacrosse coach at St. Mary's, while Severna Park and 2006 Vanderbilt grad Kate Hickman takes over the girls program. Rubeor, who was an All-American and a 2008 Tewaaraton...
  • Bayhawks face-off specialist willing to play through pain

    Bayhawks face-off specialist willing to play through pain
    Alex Smith has built a reputation as one of the greatest faceoff specialists in lacrosse. Now the Boys' Latin graduate and Timonium native, is forging a new identity as a player who won't let pain get in his way. Smith, who plays professionally for...
  • Bayhawks primed for MLL semifinal against Boston Cannons

    A wet forecast and a meeting with the league's top-seeded team hasn't dampened the Chesapeake Bayhawks' confidence heading to into the Major League Lacrosse playoffs this weekend at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. A quick glance at Chesapeake's...
  • Bayhawks washed out of playoffs on Quinzani goal with 1.5 seconds remaining

    Bayhawks washed out of playoffs on Quinzani goal with 1.5 seconds remaining
    The Chesapeake Bayhawks had everything set for a case of déjà vu as they began defense of their Major League Lacrosse title in Saturday's semifinal rematch against the Boston Cannons in rain-soaked Annapolis. Boston attackman Max Quinzani had a different...
  • Mount grad DiBartolo sends message to start Bayhawks career

    Mount grad DiBartolo sends message to start Bayhawks career
    T.C. DiBartolo wasn't sure whether to send the email. Mount St. Mary's starting goalie for four years, he thought his career was finished after the Mountaineers' season ended last spring. DiBartolo wondered about playing in Major League Lacrosse before...
  • Notebook: Ex-Terp Moran wins Spirit of Tewaaraton Award

    The Tewaaraton Foundation has named former Cornell University men's coach and Maryland player Richie Moran as the recipient of the Spirit of Tewaaraton Award. Moran will be honored at the Tewaaraton Award Ceremony on May 31 at the Smithsonian Institution'...
  • Dixon honors his friend, helps the Bayhawks in a victory

    Kyle Dixon of the Chesapeake Bayhawks changed his jersey number before Saturday's home opener in tribute to a long-time friend who died last week. Dixon switched from No. 11 to 5 and then paid his friend another tribute on the field against the Ohio...
  • Loyola's No. 1 seed revives painful memories for Dave Cottle

    The selection committee’s decision to award the No. 1 seed to Loyola Sunday night was the first time the program had earned that seed since 1999. That year, the Greyhounds went 12-0 as the only undefeated team in Division I, but fell to No. 8...
  • Rattlers backup goalie Gabel foils Bayhawks

    Backup goaltender Mike Gabel put forth one of the finest performances of his seven-year professional career to anchor a strong defensive effort as the Rochester Rattlers knocked the Chesapeake Bayhawks from the unbeaten ranks with a 12-8 victory in...
  • As Bayhawks camp opens, Dave Cottle finds himself a head coach once again

    As Bayhawks camp opens, Dave Cottle finds himself a head coach once again
    Truth be told, life didn’t change all that much for Dave Cottle in the two years after his last game as Maryland's men's lacrosse coach. It just became somewhat inverted. With his schedule suddenly open, sure, he finally got to see his son, Sean,...
  • Chronic repetitive injuries a growing concern in lacrosse

     Chronic repetitive injuries a growing concern in lacrosse
    The rules of lacrosse allow for both player-to-player and stick-to-player contact, leaving players susceptible to acute traumatic injuries like those commonly seen in football and ice hockey. However, as lacrosse continues to become a year-round game,...