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TRENDING BUZZ WORTHY Lyle Thompson 1 BAYHAWKS


After landing Myles Jones in a major trade with the Atlanta Blaze last summer, the Chesapeake Bayhawks acquired Lyle Thompson, who tallied 32 points last season for the Florida Launch, along with his brother, Jeremy Thompson, on March 3. Lyle is signed with the team through 2021.


“This was a great opportunity to add two extremely talented lacrosse players that we could not pass up,” said Bayhawks coach Brian Reese. The Bayhawks are making moves under new president Mike Burdett, whose team is proposing a $40 million, 10,000-seat stadium on the vacant site of the Crownsville Hospital Center, which will be a part of a bigger sports complex planned for the state-owned property near the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds. The 16-year-old Bayhawks currently play at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., but plan to transition to the new field in the spring of 2019. Visit uslaxmagazine.com/pro/mll for Phil Shore’s 2017 MLL season preview.


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COACHING MILESTONES


Duke’s John Danowski became the all-time winningest Division I men’s coach when the Blue Devils defeated Jacksonville 13-6 on March 13 for No. 376. Danowski, also the coach of the 2018 U.S. team, had previous stops at Hofstra and C.W. Post. Sixteen days later,


Salisbury’s Jim Berkman, the all-time leader across divisions in championships (11) and wins, notched his 500th when the Sea Gulls defeated Wesley 26-4. Women’s coaches Jenny Levy (North Carolina) and Chris Mason (Williams) earned their 300th career wins in March.


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BEASTS OF THE AMERICA EAST


16 US LACROSSE MAGAZINE May/June 2017


Albany junior attackman Connor Fields and Stony Brook junior attacker Kylie Ohlmiller were on pace to break the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s lacrosse single-season scoring records, respectively. Fields is chasing not only a legend, but also his former teammate. He had 65 points (35 goals, 30 assists) through nine games at press time. Two-time Tewaaraton winner and former Great Danes attackman Lyle Thompson had 59 points at the same juncture of his record-setting 128-point campaign in 2014.


Ohlmiller had 75 points through 11 games at press time. Maryland legend Jen Adams had 73 points at the 11-game mark in 2001 en route to a 148-point finish.


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