The Bayhawks limped into Saturday nights MLL regular season finale with the Charlotte Hounds licking its wounds from a disastrous injury riddled 2014 campaign, only to find their offensives stride, while netting a season best 19 goals to grab their 5th victory of the year.
The Denver Outlaws built a dominant first half lead and then held on for dear life as the Bayhawks soared back into the game.
So you couldn’t make it out to Denver, but you’ve already read everything about who won and who didn’t win each game. Well there was much more to Denver than that. Take a look and see.
The Iroquois Nationals captured Bronze at the FIL World Championship in Denver, as they erupt for 10 second half goals to route team Australia.
England got solid net-minding and a host of goals from 10 different players, to edge Scotland and take home 5th place honors in Denver.
Canada punches their ticket to the FIL Blue Division finals on Saturday against the United States after grinding out a win over a determined Iroquois Nationals team.
Team U.S.A. completely dominates an exhausted Australia squad, who may have left everything they had on the field last night against Israel.
Uganda, a fan favorite here at the World Lacrosse Championships, notched their second win in team history today, at the expense of Argentina.
Pool play is over and now every win is a step forwards the finals and every loss is a ticket to the consolation bracket. See who advanced to the Championship Bracket from day one of the elimination rounds at the FIL Lacrosse World Championships.
USA builds early lead and holds on for an easy victory over the crowd favorite Iroquois National team.