NCAA Lacrosse: Highlights, sights, and sounds of Virginia’s 2019 title
The Virginia Men’s Lacrosse team won its sixth National Championship on Monday with a dominating 13-9 win over the Yale Bulldogs. Goalkeeper Alex Rode was named the tournament Most Outstanding Player for his 19-save performance in the 2OT semifinal win over Duke and his 13-save outing against the Bulldogs.
Virginia’s defense was stellar, holding a potent Yale attack to just nine goals — their first single-digit scoring game in 20 games — as the Hoos caused 15 turnovers, disrupted the Bulldogs into committing 20 total turnovers, and broke up eight of Yale’s 23 clears in the game.
On offense, Matt Moore had four goals and set a new single-season school record for scoring. Michael Kraus added three goals, and Dox Aitken and Petey LaSalla added two goals apiece in the win. Ian Laviano was able to ice the win with a low-angle, long-distance open net goal with 1:06 left on the clock.
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The team rushed the field and received the coveted trophy as orange and blue confetti fell and “Simply the Best” by Tina Turner blared over the speakers at Lincoln Financial in Philadelphia.
After the game, the Virginia locker room celebrated with music and cheers. Much like they had after the previous games in the tournament, the players started the raucous party to “Rock and Roll Part 2” (the go Hoos go cheer):
On the other side of the wall, Coach Tiffany, Michael Kraus, Alex Rode, and Matt Moore sat answering questions for the media. As Tiffany began to answer a question, the music came through the walls. “I love that song,” Tiffany said mid-answer after the first round of “U-V-A, GO-HOOS-GO” came muted through the wall. Kraus and Moore nodded along with the tune, with Moore giving a fist pump for the first “U”.
The @NCAALAX press conference room is right next to the @UVAMensLax locker room. This is the second time through the chorus of Rock and Roll Part 2. It’s coming through the walls.
After the first chorus, Lars said “I love that song. ” pic.twitter.com/hM42jdZSqA— Terry Foy (@TerenceFoy) May 27, 2019
On the long drive back to Charlottesville, the team tested their singing chops with of “We Are the Champions” and another rendition of “Rock and Roll Part 2” led by Coach Tiffany.
Highlights from the 2019 US Lacrosse Annual Report
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US Lacrosse remains steadfast in its effort to lower the cost of entry to the sport.
Retail value of grants awarded by US Lacrosse over the last year
Boys and girls ages 8-18 who have participated in the Sankofa Clinic Series over the last three years
Equipment grants supplied to schools and non-profit organizations in 49 states and Washington D.C. last year
“It’s bridging the gap between the haves and have-nots, and giving them the opportunity to learn the game that I have loved my whole life.” — Rick Burton, Sankofa clinician
“In all of my experience, there’s no doubt the safety of athletes is what’s motivating [US Lacrosse].” — Mike Oliver, executive director of NOCSAE
Central to the US Lacrosse mission is the commitment to keep players safe.
Year the new chest protector standard mitigating commotio cordis will be mandated for goalies
AED grants presented to local lacrosse organizations to help distribute these life-saving device
Member coaches screened and trained through the US Lacrosse SafeSport initiative
Value in research grants awarded by the US Lacrosse Sports Science and Safety Committee
“In all of my experience, there’s no doubt the safety of athletes is what’s motivating them.” — Mike Oliver, executive director of NOCSAE
Percentage of youth programs that have implemented at least one of the six core values of the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model, according to a US Lacrosse survey. The core values are: Fun and player-centered; Small-sided and free play; Multi-sport participation; Physical literacy; Trained coaches; Inclusive and age-appropriate
High school players, representing 788 schools and more than 400 clubs across the country, who participated in the inaugural National Team Development Program regional trials.
Players who advanced to the NTDP National Combine at US Lacrosse to train under current and former U.S. team players and coaches. Eighty-eight made USA Select teams that played in the Fall Classic.
Pioneers Rank Eighth in National Polls
Story LinksDENVER – The University of Denver hockey team moved up three spots in the national polls on Monday and now rank eighth in the country in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Polls.
No. 8 Denver is 4-0-0 on the season and is coming off a weekend sweep of the Air Force Academy, winning 4-1 on Friday and 8-0 on Saturday. DU was previously ranked 11th in both polls.
The Pioneers are in the top 10 for the first time since Dec. 14, 2020. The team began the year ranked 13th in the USCHO.com Poll and were unranked in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll.
Denver received 656 points and one first-place vote in the USCHO.com poll and is just three points behind seventh-ranked Quinnipiac (659) and 19 points behind sixth-ranked North Dakota. The Pioneers got 258 points in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll, two more than No. 9 UMass and 31 behind No. 9 Quinnipiac.
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Ticket Information for 62nd Cortaca Jug Game Now Available
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Manhattan Picked 2nd in MAAC Preseason Poll, Place Three on All-MAAC Teams
Story LinksRiverdale, NY – During Tuesday night’s annual MAAC Preseason Awards Show on ESPN3, Manhattan College was picked second in the preseason poll after finishing tied for third in the MAAC standings at the end of last season. The Jaspers’ standing in the preseason poll included two first place votes.
Courtney Warley, Dee Dee Davis and Emily LaPointe were each named to All-MAAC Teams, with Warley named to First Team, Davis chosen to the Second Team and LaPointe selected to the Third Team.
“They’ve done an incredible job being leaders on and off the court and I’ve just been incredibly impressed with their leadership and play,” Manhattan Head Coach Heather Vulin said of her star trio. “They’re really just knocking it out of the park right now.”
This season Manhattan will look to continue their climb toward MAAC supremacy thanks to their emergence as one of the more formidable programs in the conference over the last three seasons. By earning second place in the preseason poll, the Jaspers have now been included in the top five of the poll for three years running. Manhattan was tabbed fourth for the 2019-2020 season before claiming first place honors prior to the 2020-21 campaign, which was the program’s best projection ever. Manhattan has ended with a winning record in each of the past two seasons while in the midst of their best run since authoring back-to-back winning seasons from 2010-2012.
Since taking over the reins of the program in 2016, Heather Vulin has led the Jaspers to greater heights each year en route to a 9-3 record in MAAC play last season — the program’s top winning percentage (.750) in conference play since the 2002-03 season. This past season Vulin guided the program to its first postseason victory since 2011-12 when Manhattan beat Loyola Chicago in the Women’s Basketball Invitational. Vulin’s impressive track record of developing talent has allowed her to coach three MAAC Major Award winners, seven All-MAAC honorees and three MAAC All-Rookie Team recipients. This season marks her sixth campaign in Riverdale.
“This is the most depth I’ve ever had,” Vulin said about a roster that features eight newcomers. “I can’t wait to get going.”
Graduate student Courtney Warley has been chosen to the Preseason All-MAAC First Team three years in a row. As a junior in 2019-2020, Warley earned All-MAAC First Team at season’s end and followed that up with a All-MAAC Second Team nod last season. Her sophomore campaign in 2018-19 was highlighted by her winning MAAC Defensive Player of the Year as well as claiming All-MAAC Third Team honors. She became the second player in program history to win the former. Entering her final season with the Jaspers, Warley is closing in on 1,000 career points and rebounds as she currently sits with 960 points and 890 boards.
“Courtney is one of the most talented players in program history,” Vulin said of the luxury of having Warley back for one more season. “She’s really building quite the legacy for herself at Manhattan.”
Senior Dee Dee Davis earned her spot on the Preseason All-MAAC Second Team. Last season, Davis claimed Second Team All-MAAC honors when she led the Jaspers in scoring with 12.8 points per game, sixth best in the MAAC. After sitting out her sophomore season, Davis hardly missed a beat and showed flashes of her terrific freshman season when she was unanimously selected to the MAAC All-Rookie Team. Alongside Warley, Davis will serve as a co-captain for Manhattan this season.
“Dee Dee has been an integral part of our program since she stepped foot on campus,” Vulin said. “Her talent has always shown bright, but going into her junior season we are all excited to see her veteran leadership and basketball IQ really be a difference maker for our team.”
Junior Emily LaPointe solidified herself as one of the top guards in the league during her freshman season in 2019-2020 which culminated with her winning MAAC Rookie of the Year. LaPointe was the first ever unanimous winner of the award in program history, leading the Jaspers in scoring with 12.5 points-per-game and headlining the MAAC Rookie of the Week honors eight times, the fifth most in the annals of the MAAC.
“Emily has been an exciting player to watch since she put on the Jasper uniform,” Vulin said. “We are excited to have her lead with her blue collar toughness and her ability to hit dagger shots for us. “
Vulin is excited about the Jaspers returning to Atlantic City for the 2022 Hercules Tires MAAC Basketball Championship and is optimistic her team will have a complete experience this time around after dealing with the effects of the pandemic the previous two times.
“I’m hoping third type is a charm in terms of being able to compete and have fans and have that great tournament atmosphere,” Vulin said regarding her expectations for the tournament.
Besides Manhattan, the only other MAAC program to garner three All-MAAC honorees was Quinnipiac. Marist, Rider, and Fairfield each had two players represented with the Stags’ Lou Lopez-Senechal tabbed the MAAC Preseason Player of the Year.
Hockey.by collects all the best from the Czech tournament.
MFM-2020 ended in Ostrava on Sunday. The national team of Canada became the champion, which in the exciting final defeated Russia (4: 3), although 10 minutes before the end it was losing by two goals.
The tournament in the Czech Republic turned out to be bright with events, great goals, great saves and crazy curiosities. We have collected all the best.
Nils Hoaglander changes the game outside the goal
Swedish forward Hoaglander blew up the MFM on the very first day, repeating the trick of Granlund / Svechnikov / Oksentyuk. Granlund is doubly offended by the fact that the Swede has created beauty in the match with the national team of his country.
In the game with Slovakia, Nils again tried to come up with something incredible, but the puck, after throwing it on the goalkeeper’s back, did not ricochet into the goal.
However, the Swiss Gilian Kohler came up with something cooler than a lacrosse goal – a baseball goal.
Crazy match Russia – Canada in the group
Everyone is used to the fact that the matches between Russians and Canadians at the MFM are always an uncompromising struggle on the verge of a foul, a hail of goals and exciting scenarios. But we haven’t seen a hail of goals in one goal in the matches of these teams for a long time.
In the group, the Russians gave the Canadians a nightmare by sending six goals to their goal. Nobody else could win this tournament of “maple leaves”. This victory will definitely go down in history and hardly anyone will remember that the first puck of the Russian team was scored after the judges overlooked an offside position.
Hayton’s helmet quarreled between two hockey powers
The Canadians were very upset after that defeat.So much so that Captain Barrett Hayton forgot (or did he forget?) To take off his helmet during the national anthem of the winning country. The Russians were angry at such an act of the rival.
Bragin’s wards were not shy in expressions addressed to Hayton and all Canadians. Defender of the Russian national team Yegor Zamula compared the opponent’s game with “some Latvians” – and had to promptly apologize for his words to the whole hockey country.
Finns knocked out one of the top favorites
Finland was not the favorite in the match with the Americans, even though the Suomi were stronger in the 2019 MFM final. In the Czech Republic, the Finns were nowhere near as formidable as a year ago, and suffered two defeats in the group stage.
The Americans, in turn, went through the group stage cheerfully and were one of the main contenders for gold. But the gorgeous play of the goalkeeper Justus Annunen (30 saves and shutout), Tanus’s cunning pass and Auden’s throw created one of the main surprises of the playoffs.
It is a pity that the Finns were not enough for the rest of the tournament – perhaps they left too much emotion in the quarterfinals.The Canadians have solved all the issues in the first period, but with the Swedes it was not enough.
Czech fans who get sick no matter what
The Czechs fought with everyone, but could not cope with the Swedes in the quarterfinals. One of the main reasons for the worthy performance of the hosts is the insane support of the fans. Just watch how they were rooting for their own people when the score was 0: 5 – and this song did not stop during the entire third period.
Such a different Alnefelt
The semifinal of the Russians against the Swedes is the best game of the championship.Nine goals, overtime, a change of leader four times in a match and the goalkeepers who acted sometimes ugly, sometimes great. This is especially true of the Swede Hugo Alnefelt.
In the first period, he presented the Russians with one of the pucks.
Alnefelt can’t back to his crease fast enough and Sokolov fires on in to make it 3-1 for @russiahockey! @CBEHockey #WorldJuniors pic.twitter.com/DDtkFsctpv– IIHF (@IIHFHockey) January 4, 2020 .
And in the second, he made the best save of the world championship. Although, of course, it would be better if it happened in overtime after Ivan Morozov’s throw.
Is @ hugloa2001 even from this planet? @TBLightning #WorldJuniors @trekronorse pic.twitter.com/ZdOsd9YbMe– IIHF (@IIHFHockey) January 4, 2020
Russian defender ripped the puck off the ribbon
In the same match, there was the best save from a field player. Daniil Zhuravlev saved Russia when the goalkeeper Askarov was already powerless.
Kazakhstan descends to Belarusians
The Kazakhs predictably became the weakest team in the elite and in a year they will play in the same division with the national team of Belarus. But the Asian team left a very favorable impression after the championship, even despite a couple of defeats. And the sincere joy of the Kazakhs in the victorious match with Germany can be watched forever.
Lafrenier coped with injury and became the best
There has been a lot of talk about Alexis Lafrenier in the last two weeks.Even a lot. And after that, the MFM, the Canadian leader, further strengthened his position in the fight for the first number of the 2020 draft.
True, there might not have been a super championship. The match with the Russians for the Canadians was marred not only by a crushing score, but also by Lafrenier’s unpleasant injury, which he received after a collision with goalkeeper Amir Miftakhov. The striker could not leave the site on his own.
Alexis missed both of the remaining group stage matches but returned to the playoffs and lit up. Lafrenier scored points in every match (4 + 6) and deservedly became the MVP of the tournament. This guy is very good.
TV Camera – National Hero of Canada
Although the Canadians jokingly call the main character of the MFM a TV camera, which the Canadian TV men from TSN themselves installed in the Ostrava arena. The television equipment played for Lafrenier and the company at the most crucial moment.
In the last minutes the Russians got a chance for the majority with the score 3: 4 and released the sixth hockey player. The pressure was very serious and forward Dudash had to just throw the puck to hell. The Canadian sent her off the site without hitting the protective glass. The Russians hoped that they would get a great numerical advantage and be able to finish off the opponent, but the referees confidently showed the “no foul” gesture. The fact is that the puck landed in the camera fixed on the center line, and in this case, according to the rules, a penalty for delaying the game is not issued.“I have to admit that Canadians were very lucky in this episode,” TSN columnist Bob Mackenzie shared his impressions of the episode. – But the IIHF rules are that if the puck hits the edge of the glass or any structure that is attached to it, then this is not considered a puck ejection. It turned out that our TV company, which installed this camera, became an accomplice in the victory of the Canadian national team “
Canadians are delighted with the work of the TV crew, and the camera even has its own Twitter page.But, of course, these are all jokes. In fact, the Canadians consider hockey players to be their heroes – Lafrenier, Hayton, Addison, Hofer, McMichael and, of course, Aquil Thomas from the fourth link, who scored the decisive puck in the final, and before that was silent for six matches.
Thank you, MFM-2020! You were very cool!
The MVP prize went to a Canadian prodigy, in the team of stars – representatives of three countries
MFM-2020 in the elite: schedule, results, broadcasts
The puck of the Russian striker “Washington” Alexander Ovechkin against the Phoenix was recognized as the best in the National Hockey League (NHL) in the XXI century according to viewers of the Sportsnet TV channel. In this regard, RBC has compiled a selection of the best goals of Russians since 2001.
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Ovechkin’s 2006 goal against Phoenix has consistently ranked among the most beautiful goals in NHL history.In particular, it was this goal that was included in the list of the best moments in the history of the tournament, which was prepared by the league for its centenary.
It is noteworthy that the puck was abandoned in the debut season, and the top scorer and sniper in NHL history Wayne Gretzky was present in the stands, who was stunned by what happened. Ovechkin became the main goalscorer of the league for the next 14 years, and this puck is his calling card.
The goals of the Russians are more than once among the best according to the results of the year, decades and other time frames.RBC has collected the best of them in the 21st century.
Washington – Rangers, 2009
Washington – Montreal, 2009
Pittsburgh – Carolina, 2009
Pittsburgh – Tampa Bay, 2012
Pittsburgh – Edmonton, 2015
Dallas – Detroit, 2003
Detroit – Chicago, 2010
Buffalo – Tampa Bay, 2017
Carolina – Calgary, 2019
Svechinkov, at the age of 19, was the first in the NHL to score a lacrosse puck. A couple of months later, in the match against Winnipeg, he distinguished himself in the same way.
Rangers v St. Louis, 2014
Tampa Bay – Buffalo, 200390,000 Svechnikov became the first.The Carolina player inspired us to collect the best Russian goals in the NHL
Carolina’s Russian striker Andrey Svechnikov was the first in the NHL to score a lacrosse puck, inscribing his name in the history of the league. On Wednesday night, in the middle of the third period of the home match with “Calgary” with the score 0: 1, the 19-year-old striker drove out of the opponent’s goal, lifted the puck and literally brought it to the right of the goalkeeper “nine”.
The first-ever author of such a goal is considered to be Canadian Mike Legg, who became widely known in 1996 after an abandoned puck in a match for the University of Michigan team.Following him, this trick was repeatedly performed in many junior and senior leagues, as well as at the international level, for example, Finn Mikael Granlund in the semifinal match of the 2011 World Cup with the Russian national team. Last season, this trick was a success for the striker of Omsk “Avangard” Sergei Shumakov in a match of the Continental Hockey League. In the NHL, Yevgeny Kuznetsov and Canadian Tyler Ennis tried to repeat this earlier, but to no avail.
“It’s an unreal sight,” said Svechnikov’s teammate defenseman Dougie Hamilton after the match.“We were all overwhelmed with emotions from what happened.”
Svechnikov himself admitted that he had practiced this trick more than once in training. “I really practiced it this morning,” he said.
Carolina head coach Rod Brindamore assured that he had no doubts that Svechnikov would ever score with an abandoned lacrosse puck. “It was just a matter of time,” the coach said.“And it happened at a time when we really needed a goal.”
The most beautiful washers of Russians in the NHL
North American experts have repeatedly called Russian hockey players the most technical in the world, so it’s no wonder that domestic players are present in all sorts of ratings of the best goals in the history of the NHL. Often these lists are headed by the forward of “Washington” Alexander Ovechkin with an accurate shot in the fall into the gates of “Phoenix” in his debut season. The great Wayne Gretzky was present in the stands at that moment and with an open mouth watched the replay on the screen.The puck in the fall after a pass from the center line has become the hallmark of the league’s top goalscorer for the past 14 years. In particular, it was this goal that made the list of the best moments in the history of the NHL, which was prepared by the league for its centenary.
Ovechkin is the leader among Russians in the number of hits in the ratings of beautiful pucks. His masterpiece slalom pass in the 2009 Stanley Cup first round match with the Rangers is also often mentioned, which ended with another effective throw in the fall.
One of the most beautiful washers of the 1990s and not only is considered to be an indescribable creation performed by Valery Kamensky. In November 1997, the Colorado striker hit the Florida goal in a spectacular 360-degree roundhouse jump. It is difficult to convey what you see in words, so it’s better to see once.
Something similar was performed in the 2002/03 season at that time by Buffalo forward Maxim Afinogenov, but without a jump. Looking at this moment, one can understand why Afinogenov was nicknamed Mad Max in North America.
Unlike Kamensky and Afinogenov, Pittsburgh striker Yevgeny Malkin did not get close to the goalkeeper and just threw from the corner from the throw-in point. At the same time, seconds earlier, the Russian “robbed” an opponent on the blue line.
Malkin, like Ovechkin, became the author of many beautiful goals, but only once he managed to send the puck under the crossbar from under the opponent, with his back to the goal. And here Malkin again did without the help of partners.
Pavel Datsyuk, even by the admission of the hockey players themselves, did indescribable things on the ice rink. For this he was nicknamed The Magic Man. It was not a problem for him to beat a couple of rivals in an area of several square centimeters, he often “robbed” rivals in the most incredible situations and made passes from his goal, breaking through the ring of four rivals. In a word, he often left his colleagues in the shop as fools. But most of all he will remember his one-on-one outings, in which he often made clowns out of goalkeepers.
By the way, Canadian TV channel Sportsnet included Pavel Datsyuk’s three shootouts in the top five in NHL history.
Tampa Bay striker Nikita Kucherov is not far behind his compatriot.
Now in this list there will be a place for Svechnikov, and not the last one.
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Never abandon your comrades, especially if you need to pull a perfect round-robin shot from the Mastiff to save them. Like KingRichard.
Believe in yourself and you can do anything. Just like bububoosh2.
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It seems like I’ve never done anything like this before in games.
1. Climb onto the ball.– Jordan Payton (@LEGIQN) Feb 5, 2019
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Director Vladimir Menshov made only 5 films in his life, but that was enough to make history forever. Two of his works – “Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears” and “Love and Doves” – are absolutely great: one of them has an Oscar, both have colossal people’s love.
It turned out much more complicated with the comedy “Shirley-Myrli”: it came out in 1995 and was misunderstood by many.Rough jokes, a wild plot, a feeling of total chaos – all this gave reason to call the film bad taste and believe that the master was mistaken.
Danya Turovsky and I have always thought this attitude towards Shirley-Myrli was unfair. In our view, this is an underestimated masterpiece, one of the main films of the 90s and the most important chapter of the encyclopedia of Russian life. To try to correct this injustice, we filmed this issue.
Important: there are a lot of spoilers inside. Moreover, if you have not watched “Shirley-Myrley”, it seems that this video will not interfere with further viewing: the whole thrill is not so much in the plot.
We started filming this episode back in August. In the fall, actor Valery Garkalin, against the background of coronavirus and chronic heart problems, ended up in the hospital and was transferred to a ventilator. As I write this eyeliner, the news comes that he is getting better.
Valery Borisovich, we are holding our fists so that you get out and get back to work. You are a brilliant artist, and in the next one and a half, it seems, everyone will be able to make sure of this.
Film “Shirley-Myrli” www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v3Kl …
Interview with Vladimir and Yulia Menshov www.youtube.com/watch?v=25y82 …
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Alexander Gorbachev facebook.com/alexander.go …
0:00 Why did we shoot this episode
1:34 Sooo unexpected reaction to cinema
3:04 What is the film “Shirley-myrli “?
8:07 The hero from the team “vDudya”
10:54 Who and how came up with the film?
14:43 “Shirley-Myrli” – Menshov’s first uncensored film
20:31 Where did the film get its name?
21:46 The scene that Menshov tortured his family
23:37 Valery Garkalin did not want to be approved for the main role
25:17 Igor Ugolnikov one of the main TV stars of that time
27:22 Why did superstars agree to act in such a farce?
29:05 Sukhodrishchev – the great role of Oleg Tabakov
34:01 Stalin’s repressions in the film
39:33 An incredible sign language interpreter
41:58 How were two or three Garkalins filmed in one shot?
44:19 “Oba-na!” – a bold satire that inspired Shirley-Myrli
48:06 A forgotten and important word from the 90s
49:16 Why is the police in the film so ridiculous?
53:38 Critics destroyed Shirley-Myrli.