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Chesapeake Bayhawks resign Ryan Tucker, Jack Doyle

The Chesapeake Bayhawks have resigned Ryan Tucker to a three-year deal, and attackman Jack Doyle for at least another season, the organization announced Thursday.

Midfielder Tucker has established himself in the league as one of best players in the game at utilizing his shot from the two-point arc. Doyle sustained an injury during training camp that kept him out all of last season.

“Chemistry is one of the most valued aspects on the lacrosse field. The signing of these players allows us to build on the strong foundation that already exists in our locker room,” shared Brendan Kelly, Bayhawks owner. “These men demonstrate a great deal of determination and heart, and show up for the Bayhawks day in and day out.”

In the 2017 offseason, Tucker was added to the Bayhawks via trade with the Atlanta Blaze for midfielder Greg Coholan. Doyle was added before the 2018 season from the MLL Player Pool.

Tucker appeared in six games in his first season with the Bayhawks, fourth season in the MLL, scoring 7 goals, 3 assists, and 10 points. In 2018, the Towson native found his game, becoming one of the most feared players from the two-point arc.

Doyle, the former Under Armour All-American from Towson, attended Gilman where he scored 91 goals and had 42 assists. He went on to play four years at Harvard and transferred to Notre Dame after graduation to exercise his last year of eligibility, to go to graduate school, and play lacrosse with his brother Conor Doyle. Doyle now is the Operations Manager for the Severn School athletic department where he also serves as an assistant coach on the varsity lacrosse team.

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