Archers get back on track with 11-8 win over Chaos By Austin Owens | Aug 14, 2022 Tweet The Archers were able to gain some momentum in the home stretch of the season, beating Chaos 11-8 on Saturday afternoon in Salt Lake City. “It felt good to get back on the right side of the […]
Redwoods roll to 14-12 win, ending Waterdogs’ 5-game win streak By Joe Keegan | Aug 13, 2022 Tweet The Redwoods offense has found its rhythm. The ‘Woods were averaging 9 points per game prior to the All-Star Game; they’re averaging 14.3 since. Quarterbacked by Rob Pannell (2G, 6A) at X, the Redwoods were able to […]
Don’t Call it a Comeback: The Unsurprising Bounce Back of Kyle Bernlohr By Sarah Griffin | Aug 11, 2022 Tweet This season was never going to be a “revenge tour” for Kyle Bernlohr. Despite the narratives surrounding an uncharacteristic 2021 season for the veteran backstop, Bernlohr dealt with something last year all athletes experience at […]
Jack Concannon: The near-sighted netminder By Lauren Merola | Aug 10, 2022 Tweet Jack Concannon knows what he wants. The Atlas goalie wants to see the same number of bounce shots every warmup, with the same stick he’s precisely taped and re-taped – with the same tape – before every game this season. He sits […]
Rob Pannell (2G, 3A) passed Casey Powell for fourth all-time in career points (525) on Friday night.
Jeff Teat and Chris Gray are the two stars on the left and right side of Atlas LC’s offensive sets. The first overall pick in the 2021 College Draft and the second overall pick in the 2022 College Draft are the building blocks of this offense. Part of what makes them and this offense hum so efficiently: They’re both better off-ball than they are dodging.
If the Waterdogs’ offensive gameplan wasn’t obvious enough, head coach Andy Copelan called it out verbatim during a timeout: “Up pick with whoever doesn’t have 91.”
The Whipsnakes have struggled to put together a full 48 minutes of offense this season. Head coach Jim Stagnitta estimates that they played a solid 44 minutes against the Archers. Their offense flowed well, with Brad Smith (3G, 1A) dodging downhill and Zed Williams (2G, 2A) playing his best game of 2022. The difference? They went back to an old but familiar set.
Jesse Bernhardt wears the proverbial green dot on his helmet for the Chrome LC defense. He’s a coach on the field for a vicious and cohesive unit.
‘Woods bury two transition twos to beat Cannons, 15-12 By Sarah Griffin | Aug 8, 2022 Tweet A playoff game all but officially for two teams in do-or-die mode in the final stretch of the regular season, it was the Redwoods who came out on top in Denver 15-12 in a thriller till the very […]