|2002 Men's Elite
·The Tap Room /
Vail Lacrosse Shootout
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Results from Thursday, July 4, 2002
Under Armour 25, SE All-Stars 5
Rock-It Pocket 11, Tap Room 10 (1 OT)
Rock-It Pocket overcame a two-hour lightning/rain delay and a two goal deficit in the last 3:30 before winning in overtime on a Mike Napolilli goal. The Pocketeers achieved their dream of playing
on Ford Field the second day, but it is definitely one of those "careful what you wish for" wishes as they play defending champion Under Armour. Scoring big for team Rock-It Pocket were
Lance Vitt (5 goals, 1 assist), Pat Schandley (3 goals, 1 assist), and Mike Napolilli (2 goals, 2 assists). Tap Room was led by #33 (5 goals, 1 assist) and #42 (3 goals, 1 assist).
NW Jammin' Salmon 18, Rocky Mountain Oysters 7
Game was close until the end of the first when Jammin' Salmon woke up and exploded into the rest of the game.
Team Gutman 14, Team Orvis 3
Team Colorado 10, Team Smith (Optics) 4
Team MadLax 16, QC Lax 6
QC Lax found themselves vastly outgunned today when they faced Team Madlax. 50 shots peppered the QC defense and 16 found their mark. QC could only muster 6 goals, 3 of which came in the fourth.
Madlax saw great play from Jason Doneger (3 goals) and three other players who each scored 2 goals: Drew Casino, Alex Brown, and Pat Miller. Josh Sanders delivered a couple goals for QC while Neil
Warf did respectably on face-offs.
LaxWorld Ohio 12, The Club 11
The first 10 minutes of the game was highlighted by 5 amazing saves mad by Tabbaso for Club All-Stars. This gave his team enough inspiration to mount an assault and go into halftime with a 4 goal
lead. The All-Stars faced a much more aggressive LaxWorld team in the 2nd half. LaxWorld scored 4 goals in the first half of the 3rd quarter, from there they rallied to a slim one goal victory.
Boyce led LaxWorld with 5 goals and 2 assists, while Wheeler also contributed 2 goals and 3 assists. The Club was led by Bo Lamon at attack who threw in 5 goals and had 2 assists, while Devers won
10 of the 16 face-offs he took.
MAB Paints 27, RMILL All-Stars 3
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