September 17, 2005: Baltimore's Gary Gait was the MLL Championship MVP.

September 10, 2005: Baltimore's Trevor Tierney was the hot keeper all weekend at the MLL Championships, even matched up against Tillman Johnson and the legendary Greg Cattrano.

September 3, 2005: Baltimore's Mikey Powell to Tom Maracheck vs. the Rochester Rattlers in an MLL Semi-Final. Baltimore went on to win the league against the Long Island Lizards.

August 25, 2005: E-Lacrosse Baltimore Summer team vs. Crease Monkeys. E-Lax lost in the final for the fourth straight year.

August 18, 2005: E-Lacrosse Howard County (MD) summer league team in action. They lost the final to PJ's after winning the league three straight times.

August 11, 2005: The Dragons from Wales at the 2005 E-Lacrosse London Tournament. The Dragons were this year's Champion, topping Hero's in the final.

August 4, 2005: Gin & Juice scores at the E-Lacrosse London Tournament. Gin & Juice edged Purley for the Title in 2005.

July 28, 2005: Baltimore's Gary Gait to Tom Maracheck vs. the Long Island Lizards. Baltimore remained undefeated on the season

July 21, 2005: DeWalt's Nate Desimone to Scott Burnam in overtime as they won the ALL League south Championship against Heineken. DeWalt went on to win the ALL Championship.

July 16, 2005: Jen Adams v. the US at the 2005 World Cup. The Aussies won 14-7.

July 9, 2005: Japan's Taeko Hanawa in the 5th place victory over Wales at the 2005 World Cup

July 2, 2005: Rochester's Casey Powell gets out of a big jam against the Baltimore Bayhawks

June 25, 2005: Mike Powell Does the Air Gait at the US Team Tryouts (it was called back for some reason but who cares!)

Bonus Mike Powell!


June 18, 2005: Dan Chemotti at the US Team Tryouts

June 11, 2005: Sean Lindsay at the US Team Tryouts

June 4, 2005: Tom Marachek scores behind the back for the Bayhawks against the Philadelphia Barrage in a big Baltimore win

May 28, 2005: Bayhawk Gary Gait uses some "English" to fool a Barrage keeper after using some "Canadian" to work his defender

May 21, 2005: McDonogh's Collins Carey to Jimmy Daly in the McDonogh MIAA Championship over Gilman in Baltimore

May 14, 2005: Victorious Herkimer's Brett Queener makes another sick save against Essex in the NCJAA Championship game.

May 7, 2005: Maryland's Kelly Kasper to Kate Capelle in an upset of #4 Princeton.
      

April 30, 2005: Gilman's Kevin Carroll in an upset of national number one high school team McDonogh.
      

April 23, 2005: Team Toyota's Roland Miller at Homewood Field against Single Source Solutions. Single Source won the USCLA game.
      

April 16, 2005: Johns Hopkins' Kevin Huntley leads #1 Hopkins over #2 Duke in Baltimore. Huntley scored the overtime goal, as well.
       

April 9, 2005: OSU's Regina Oliver scored a bunch in a loss to North Carolina at the ACC v ALC Challenge at the Naval Academy.
       

April 2, 2005: Haverford's Mike Distler leads the huge upset of Hampden-Sydney at College Park, MD.
       

March 26, 2005: Hopkins' Kyle Harrison hit Greg Peyser a couple of times against UMBC in a 9-6 win at Homewood.
       

March 19, 2005: UNC's Kristen Hordy makes the save against Loyola's Rachel Shuck in Baltimore. UNC won by 1.
       

March 12, 2005: Delaware's Dan Deckelbaum rockets one in a victory over Mt. St. Mary's at the Boys' latin School in Baltimore.
       

March 5, 2005: Navy's Jon Birsner to Steve Looney against UNC at Marine Corp Memorial Stadium. Navy won on amazing play by Looney all day.
       

February 26, 2005: Butler's Anthony Crimmins to Jason Donati against Hobart in the 2005 opener. They lost but the freshman Donati emerged as a star player.
       

February 19, 2005: Delaware's Jordan Hall against St. Joseph's in the 2005 opener.
       

February 12, 2005: St. Joe's Keegan Wilkinson against Delaware in the 2005 opener.
       

February 5, 2005: Villanova's Matt Starker against UMBC in a 2005 scrimmage.

       

January 28, 2005: Villanova's Dan Fanelli against UMBC in a 2005 scrimmage.
       

January 21, 2005: UMBC's Brendan Mundorf to Chris Petrush against Villanova in a 2005 scrimmage.
       

January 14, 2005: Navy's Conor McKenzie against UVa in a 2005 scrimmage.
       

January 7, 2005: UVa Freshman Ben Rubeor against Navy in a 2005 scrimmage.
       

2004: Sonoma's Brian Cummings to MJ Crickmore against UCSB in the USLIA semi-Final in St. Louis. Sonoma lost the game to the eventual champion.     High Bandwidth

2004: Virginia's Amy Appelt with the goal of the game in a victorious semi-final against Georgetown. UVa won the title beating defending champion Princeton.     High Bandwidth

2004: Army's John Walker against the Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA tournament 1st round. Army lost the game but this shot was a winner. John is the son of NFL great Wesley Walker.     High Bandwidth

2004: Maryland's Annie Collins against Temple in the NCAA 1st round. The Terps won.     High Bandwidth

2004: Landon's George Huguely to Stoddie Nibley against Georgetown Prep in the IAC Final. The goal won the game after 4 overtimes.     High Bandwidth

2004: Syracuse's Sean Lindsay to Mike Powell against Georgetown. Syracuse has never lost to the Hoyas.     High Bandwidth

2004: Salisbury's Andy Murray to Dan Boyer against Washington College in the annual War on the Shore. Salisbury won, went undefeated and won the national championship.     High Bandwidth

2004: Hopkins' Kyle Harrison against Maryland in the 100th Anniversary game.     High Bandwidth

2004: Maryland's Brendan Healy against Hopkins in the 100th Anniversary game.     High Bandwidth

2004: Cal-Davis' Megan O'Connor to Kelly Albin against Howard in Washington, D.C.     High Bandwidth
2004: Navy's Graham Gill to Joe Bossi against Lehigh     High Bandwidth

2004: Manhattan's Josh Baker to Justin Otto (who goes insane). The goal won the game after 4 overtimes.     High Bandwidth

2004: Bucknell's Chris Cara to Wes Fetchet against Maryland. Maryland won big.     High Bandwidth

2004: Duke freshman Matt Danowski against Loyola. Duke won the game.     High Bandwidth

2004: Virginia's Amy Appelt scores against ACC rival Maryland in a road win.     High Bandwidth

2004: Virginia's Matt Poskay to Matt Ward against Towson in OT. The win stopped a 4 game Virginia losing streak (Air Force, Denver, Syracuse and Princeton).     High Bandwidth

2004: Towson's Shannon Witzel to Amy Middleton against American University in Washington, DC. Towson won 16-13.     High Bandwidth

2004: Vancouver's Curt Malawsky against the Colorado Mammoth. Malawsky was traded to the Ravens only the day before. Colorado won in overtime.     High Bandwidth

2004: Colorado's Gary Gait to Gavin Prout to John Wilson against the Ravens.     High Bandwidth

2004: Buffalo Bandits star John Tavares scores in Vancouver. Vancouver took the overtime contest, however.     High Bandwidth

2003: Georgetown scores against Johns Hopkins at the Price Modern Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament.     High Bandwidth

2003: Quinnipiac scores back door at the Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament.     High Bandwidth

2003: The Maryland Terrapins score at the Hopkins Tournament. Because of player suspensions, Maryland brought a VERY young squad out and they did quite well.     High Bandwidth

2003: Loyola scores at the Hopkins Fall Tournament.     High Bandwidth

2003: Fellowship of Christian Atheletes Team at the Ocean City Tournament.     High Bandwidth

2003: Single Source scores with a single hand at the Ocean City Tournament.     High Bandwidth

2003: The Crease Monkeys' Scott Hochstadt behind the back in the Amsterdam North American bracket Final against New York Tech. The Monkeys took home the gold and Hochstadt was the MVP.     High Bandwidth

2003: Sandy Boyce beats the Team Steuerbert keeper in the Amsterdam European Final. Boyce was the European bracket MVP for the champions, UKLacrosse.     High Bandwidth

2003: The Crease Monkeys' Scott Hochstadt in OT against Harrow at the Amsterdam Tournament semi-final. Hochstadt was the Tournament MVP foe the champion Monkeys and won the fastest shot competition with a 102 mph sizzler.     High Bandwidth

2003: Long Island's Kevin Lowe to Chris Massey in the 2003 MLL final. The Lizards beat the Bayhawks on an overtime goal by Lowe.     High Bandwidth

2003: Baltimore Bayhawks' Mark Millon in the MLL playoffs. Baltimore beat New Jersey and moved on to the final.     High Bandwidth

2003: Boston's Neal Anderson to Mike Battista against Long Island in the MLL Playoffs. Long Island advanced.     High Bandwidth

2003: Baltimore Bayhawks' player/coach Gary Gait buries a pass from John Blatchley. They beat the New Jersey Pride 14-13 to end a two game losing skid.     High Bandwidth

2003: USA's Greg Peyser scores against Canada in the Under-19 Final in Towson, MD. USA won the crown.     High Bandwidth

2003: USA's Kathleen Miller scores against Australia in the Women's Under-19 final. The USA won the game and Miller was player of the game.     High Bandwidth

2003: Iroquois National U-19 Goalkeeper Ross Bucktooth fills the Japanese net in the 5th place game. Bucktooth, the All-World Keeper, had two goals and two assists along with many fantastic saves as the Iroquois won the game handily.     High Bandwidth

2003: Canada's Sarah Ireland to Katie Smith at he Under 19 Tournament against England. Canada won the early round game.     High Bandwidth

2003: Annapolis' Ashley Gorski to Michele DeChant against Mt. Hebron in the Maryland State Championship Game. Mt. Hebron won.     High Bandwidth

2003: Tom "Hollywood" Marechek stuns Long Island keeper Brian Dougherty with this behind the back to the low corner for the Baltimore Bayhawks. The Bayhawks won by one point in this growing rivalry.     High Bandwidth

2003: The nation's best high school player in 2004 and maybe even 2003, Kevin Huntley of Baltimore's Calvert Hall, scores an "around the world" in a win against arch rival Loyola.     High Bandwidth

Bonus Huntley shot from the same game     High Bandwidth

2003: Dan Morohl with the club shot of the year for LaxWorld against the Crease Monkeys     High Bandwidth

2003: Team Toyota uses the turf against Capital in the USCLA Playoffs. Capital advanced.     High Bandwidth

Bonus Powell Bud Light Ad

2003: St. Mary's Nick Bonacci does it all against Boys' Latin in the Baltimore High School playoffs. St.Mary's moved on, but lost to Calvert Hall in the final.     High Bandwidth

2003: New York Tech's Tom Zummo to Sean Meagher in the D2 final. Tech beat Limestone for the 2003 title.     High Bandwidth

2003: Fayetteville Manlius' Dan Brown scores against West Gennesee in a battle of Syracuse, NY powerhouses. FM halted a 32 game WG streak.     High Bandwidth

2003: Georgetown's Jordan Vettoretti against Rutgers. Georgetown won the game and the ECAC Championship the following weekend when Rutgers beat UMass.     High Bandwidth

2003: Irondequoit's Craig Lepiane rips one by the Fairport keeper in this Rochester High School top ten match-up. Irondequoit won in double overtime.     High Bandwidth

2003: Brother Rice's Joe Landry drills a lefty by the Landon keeper at the Boys' Latin Tournament. Brother Rice upset Landon and achieved a huge national milestone in high school lacrosse.     High Bandwidth

2003: UMBC's Brendan Mundorf gets away with the dive because he's pushed by a UMass defenseman. UMass won the game.     High Bandwidth

2003: Syracuse phenom Mike Powell goes high against Loyola in Baltimore. Syracuse ran away with this one.     High Bandwidth

2003: Gettysburg's Chase Stewart with a great finish in their victory over Middlebury.     High Bandwidth

2003: Virginia's Amy Appelt to Lauren Aumiller in the Cavs' upset of Princeton.     High Bandwidth

2003: Georgetown's Walid Hajj in a 4 goal effort over Penn State.     High Bandwidth

2003: North Carolina's Melissa McCarthy in a loss to the Loyola Greyhounds.     High Bandwidth

2003: Virginia's Joe Yevoli to John Christmas in a home victory against the Irish of Notre Dame.     High Bandwidth




CLASSIC TEAM TOYOTA CLIPS


2000 USCLA Championship: Toyota's Ryan Grimes to Tom Marechek

2000 USCLA Championship: Toyota's Sean Radebaugh

2000 USCLA Championship: Toyota's Tom Ryan


2000 USWLA Championship: Toyota's Helen Marie Hahn

2000 USWLA Championship: Toyota's Sascha Newmarch

2000 USWLA Championship: Toyota's Jen Breaky to Gina Ubriacco



2002 TOYOTA VIDEO OF THE WEEK CLIPS


October 11, 2002: Frog Pond Maulers II's Dan Elliot to Dallas Squire in the 2002 Nations Cup final!     High Bandwidth

October 4, 2002: Onandaga's Gewas Schindler at the Nations Cup Tournament!     High Bandwidth

September 27, 2002: Keio's Akihiro Okamoto to Nobuyuki Suzuki against UMBC in Baltimore!     High Bandwidth

September 20, 2002: MR Duck's Tony Russo (Ohio State) against Budwieser in the 2002 Ocean City Final!     High Bandwidth

September 13, 2002: Beach Lacrosse scores against Salisbury in the halftime youth game at the AOcean City Final!     High Bandwidth

September 6, 2002: E-Lacrosse's Scott Pugh to John Kemezis in the Howard County Summer League playoffs!     High Bandwidth

August 30, 2002: Baltimore's Mark Millon to Tom Marachek in the MLL Final     High Bandwidth

August 23, 2002: Baltimore's Jeff Sonke scores against Boston in the 2002 MLL Semi-Finals     High Bandwidth

August 16, 2002: Team Toyota's Jen Adams in Ocean City 2002     High Bandwidth

August 9, 2002: Quinnipiac's Joe Baglio in the 2002 North/South All-Star Game!     High Bandwidth

August 2, 2002: Canada's John Grant with a sick behind the back shot against the US in the World Games!     High Bandwidth

July 26, 2002: Team USA's Mike Powell to Ryan Boyle in the World Games Final!     High Bandwidth

July 19, 2002: Paul Gait's last career goal - against Team USA in the World Games final.     High Bandwidth

July 11, 2002: Cockeysville Springlake scores against Potomac in the Cockeysville STX Invitational Tournament.     High Bandwidth

July 4, 2002: E-Lacrosse's Scott Simmons scores against Belfast Valley in the Maryland Summer League at Gilman School.     High Bandwidth

June 25, 2002: E-Lacrosse's Joe Benson scores against Belfast Valley in the Maryland Summer League at Gilman School.     High Bandwidth

June 18, 2002: Josh Coffman of Team USA rips one past the Capital All-Stars Keeper in an exhibition game at Georgetown Prep.     High Bandwidth

June 11, 2002: North Carolina's Lindsay Stone scores against Princeton in the the NCAA semi-finals.     High Bandwidth

June 4, 2002: Nassau defenseman Terence Watson feeds Brendan Morgan in their semi-final victory over Anne Arundel Community College in the NJCAA Tournament.     High Bandwidth

May 27, 2002: Middlebury's Matt Dunn scores in the NCAA Division 3 Championship against Gettysburg.     High Bandwidth

May 20, 2002: Limestone's Jason Randolph to Chris Mangum against NYIT in the NCAA Division 2 Championship.     High Bandwidth

May 13, 2002: John Christmas backhands one past the pipes against Butler. Butler faced a Virginia team coming off of an upset loss to Penn State. Virginia took it out on the Bulldogs 21 to 3.     High Bandwidth

May 6, 2002: Delaware's Andy Hipple scores late in the game against Denver at Rullo Stadium. Delaware upset Denver in overtime.     High Bandwidth

April 29, 2002: Toronto's Blaine Manning to Colin Doyle in the 2002 NLL Championship game. The Rock beat the Albany Attack for the title and Doyle was the MVP.     High Bandwidth

April 22, 2002: Paul Cantabene to Kevin Finneran at the 2002 NLL All-Star Game.     High Bandwidth

April 15, 2002: Georgetown Senior Steve Dusseau (Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington) scored nine goals against Bucknell in the #5 Hoyas 13-7 victory. He even had one called back.     High Bandwidth

April 8, 2002: Middlebury goalie Eric Krieger made nine saves in this huge mid-season win over Gettysburg for the two-time defending NCAA Division 3 champions.     High Bandwidth

April 1, 2002: Hank Hill's next door neighbor Manny joined the lax team in Texas and he's pretty good.     High Bandwidth

March 25, 2002: Landon's Peter Lamade's perfect roll dodge sets up this goal against Baltimore's Loyola-Blakefield. At the end of the year,,many think this game will determine the mythical "national high school champion". Landon, the home team, won 12 - 10 after being down 4 - 0.     High Bandwidth

March 18, 2002: Loyola's Evan gallant to Chase Gahan against Landon.     High Bandwidth

March 11, 2002: Syracuse's Spencer Wright to Bill Perritt for # 1 Syracuse against # 2 Hopkins. The underdog won, at home.     High Bandwidth

March 3, 2002: Hopkins' Kevin Boland with the winner over # 1 Syracuse!     High Bandwidth

February 24, 2002: Navy's Dave Pittard is down but not out. He rises to his feet, keeping the ball, and manages a pass to the open middie Mike Begley who drills it past the UMBC keeper. Navy features a potent and willing offense and looks to score some goals this year en route to an NCAA bid.     High Bandwidth

February 17, 2002: UMBC's Josh Dodson to Josh Gerber who scores behind the back in the 2002 season opening loss to Navy.     High Bandwidth

February 10, 2002: Maryland's Alex Poole in the Terps' 2002 season opener against Hobart. The Terps led 9-0 and won 13-6. The next game, only three days later, they blanked Mt. St. Mary's 18-0 for a VERY impressive start under new coach Dave Cottle.     High Bandwidth

February 3, 2002: 2001 High School North - South Womens' highlight!     High Bandwidth

January 27, 2002: 2001 College North - South Womens' highlight!     High Bandwidth

January 20, 2002: E-Lacrosse/DeMatha Summer team!     High Bandwidth

January 13, 2002: Gary gait with a behind the back toss to brother Paul who fakes a guy to the ground, takes advantage of the newly created openning and then threads the needle past a defender and Toronto keeper Bob Watson!     High Bandwidth

January 6, 2002: Toronto's Colin Doyle to Steve Toll against the Washington Power!     High Bandwidth

December 30, 2001: Calgary's Kaleb Toth behind the back against the New York Saints!     High Bandwidth

December 22, 2001: New York's Roy Colsey takes it in against the Calgary Roughnecks!     High Bandwidth

December 15, 2001: NYPD's Sean Ryan vs. FDNY in a game at Nassau Colliseum honoring fallen police and fire heros in New York's September 11 tragedy.     High Bandwidth

December 8, 2001: FDNY's Randy Supek to Eugene McConnell vs. NYPD in a game at Nassau Colliseum honoring fallen police and fire heros in New York's September 11 tragedy.     High Bandwidth

December 2, 2001: Paul Gait kicks off his farewell tour with an overtime goal behind the back to beat the Rochester Knighthawks on December 1, 2001.     High Bandwidth

November 25, 2001: Michele DeJulius to Cathy Nelson in the Women's Pro Exhibition at the Capital Center!     High Bandwidth

November 18, 2001: The Turkey Shoot Out Hosted by Oakton High School in Northern Virginia showcases some of the best talent in the Washington DC area.     High Bandwidth

November 11, 2001: Syracuse scores on Maryland in the George Mason Fall Womens' Tournament. Syracuse was one the day's surprises and looks to be very good in the Spring.     High Bandwidth

November 4, 2001: Terri Coover to Chelsea Parks for Heros in overtime to win the juniors championship at the Maryland 3 on 3 Tournament!     High Bandwidth

October 28, 2001: Maryland freshman Acacia Walker against Rutgers at the George Mason Fall Tournament. Acacia will start for Maryland taking the draws in the absence of graduated Quinn Carney.     High Bandwidth

October 21, 2001: Paul Gait to Gary Gait at a Washington Power Workout. This is Paul's last season. Follow the Paul Gait Farewell tour right here on E-Lacrosse!     High Bandwidth

October 14, 2001: Quinnipiac's Joe Baglio at the Lacrosse for Leukemia Tournament. Quinnipiac went 3-1 on the day with wins over Penn, Cornell and Towson!     High Bandwidth

October 7, 2001: USA's Sean Hartofilis scores against Geogetown at the Lacorsse for Leukemia Tournament. He's wearing Doug Shanahan's jersey. Shanahan was playing football for Hofstra that day and broke up a possible winning drive by the other team. Hartofilis may get the spot permanently as Shanahan is expected to go in the NFL draft.     High Bandwidth

September 30 2001: Loyola's Stacey Morlang at the Hopkins Tournament.     High Bandwidth

September 23, 2001: Maryland's Kelly Coppage to Meredith Egan at the Hopkins Tournament. You'll be hearing their names alot this year as they take over for Quinn Carney and Jen Adams.     High Bandwidth

September 16, 2001: The Delaware Eagles at the Vail Boys' 2001 Summer Tournament.     High Bandwidth

September 9, 2001: Casey Powell to Paul Gait to win the 2001 MLL semi-final against the Rochester Rattlers in overtime.     High Bandwidth

September 2, 2001: Together in a college setting for the last time, Maryland's Quinn Carney feeds Jen Adams who thrills the North-South game crowd. Carney was the game's MVP. Adams was the everyone's Player of the Year. A few weeks later Carney's US team topped Jen's Australia team at the World Cup in England.     High Bandwidth

August 26, 2001: Roland Park's Kelsey Twist does it all against Notre Dame Prep on Homewood Field. NDP beat Roland Park for the 2001 Baltimore Girls Championship.     High Bandwidth

August 19, 2001: The Boston Cannons' Michael Watson with a patented move, executed perfectly.     High Bandwidth

BONUS: Casey Powell against the Baltimore Bayhawks in 2001.     High Bandwidth

August 12, 2001: Baltimore Bayhawk Greg Cattrano stops a diving shot in MLL action!     High Bandwidth

August 5, 2001: The New Jersey Pride's Jon Hess to Chris Massey against the Baltimore Bayhawks, Summer 2001     High Bandwidth

July 29, 2001: Australia's Alicia Moody to Jen Adams at the 2001 Womens' World Cup     High Bandwidth

July 22, 2001: USA's Danielle Gallagher to Cherie Greer at the 2001 Womens' World Cup     High Bandwidth

July 15, 2001: Kate Kaiser with Chesapeake at Vail

July 8, 2001: AOL's Dan Chemotti against The Jammin' Salmon at Vail.     High Bandwidth

July 1, 2001: Philadelphia's Jeff Ratliffe against Rochester in 2001     High Bandwidth

June 30, 2001: Duke's Kevin Cassese to Terrence Keaney in 2001.     High Bandwidth

June 22, 2001: NCAA Championship MVP B.J. Prager scores on a feed from Ryan Boyle to win the 2001 Championship in overtime!     High Bandwidth

June 15, 2001: Middlebury's David Seeley to Zach Herbert to Peter Albro in the 2001 Division 3 Championship. They were victorious over Gettysburg.     High Bandwidth

June 8, 2001: Middlebury's Holt Hopkins in the Warrior MLL Challenge Game at Johns Hopkins on June 2, 2001     High Bandwidth

June 1, 2001: Towson's Kyle Campbell puts the Tigers in the 2001 Final Four on this feed from Ryan Obloj and Neil Adams against Maryland.     High Bandwidth

May 25, 2001: Maryland's Quinn Carney against Princeton in the 2001 NCAA Semifinal. The Terps continue on to win their 7th straight championship!     High Bandwidth

May 18, 2001: Georgetwon's Trevor Walker Gets it done in the NCAA match-up between Georgetown and Loyola in the 2001 1st round. Loyola won the game.     High Bandwidth

May 12, 2001: Maryland's Jen Adams breaks the College Career scoring record with this assist to Allison Comito! Maryland defeated Monmouth in the 1st round of the 2001 NCAA Tournament.     High Bandwidth

May 5, 2001: Syracuse's Spencer Wright to Mike Springer against Georgetown in May, 2001. Syracuse won 19-9 and was made the NCAA Tournament top seed the next evening!     High Bandwidth

April 28, 2001: Springfield's (PA) Mike Stein to Matt Krohmer to Jim Rudolph against Lower Merion in 2001!     High Bandwidth

April 21, 2001: The Philadelphia Wings Mark Millon to Tom Ryan. Philly won this playoff game against Rochester and moved on to the 2001 NLL Final!     High Bandwidth

April 14, 2001: Maryland's Mike Mollot to Mike LaMonica in a 2001 win over arch rival Johns Hopkins!     High Bandwidth

April 7, 2001: National number 1 Syracuse's Mike Powell to Spencer Wright against Loyola in 2001. Loyola won the contest 14-13 in overtime and Syracuse fell in the polls.     High Bandwidth

April 1, 2001: Washington Power Captain Paul Cantabene feeds young star Josh Sims against Philadelphia. Washington won 20-19 (OT) to make the 2001 NLL playoffs.     High Bandwidth

March 24, 2001: Mike Mollot Drives past the UNC defense in 2001! Maryland Ascended to #1 the following week.     High Bandwidth

March 17, 2001: Notre Dame's Steve Bishko against Loyola on St. Patricks day, 2001!     High Bandwidth

March 10, 2001: Butler's Ehtan Goodwin to Doug Patterson against Georgetown in 2001!     High Bandwidth

March 3, 2001: Princeton's Sean Hartofilis against Johns Hopkins on Opening Day 2001!     High Bandwidth

February 24, 2001: Maryland's Courtney Hobbs to Katie Robinson against Team Japan!     High Bandwidth

February 17, 2001: Ohio State's Curtis Smith in 2001 Pre-Season!     High Bandwidth

February 10, 2001: Jen Adams in 2000 fall ball!     High Bandwidth

February 3, 2001: Doug Knight performing his patented dive at the 1997 North-South All-Star game!

January 29, 2001: Notre Dame's John Flandina to Jon Harvey as they upset Loyola in the 2000 NCAA's!

January 22, 2001: The MLL's David Curry dives and scores in the Baltimore showcase game!

January 15, 2001: Virginia's Ian Shure sends his team to the 2000 ACC final in double overtime!

January 8, 2001: Toronto's Kim Squire - Behind the back fake v. Washington!

January 1, 2001: Syracuse's Ryan Powell Keeps the dive alive against Virginia.