·Team Merrill Lynch
·NW Jammin' Salmon
|Results from Saturday, July 5, 2003
Winner's Bracket (Games at Ford Field)
#12 GMH 11, #1 NW Jammin' Salmon 7
GMH got started early, scoring four goals in the first quarter, but allowed the Jammin' Salmon to come back for a 5-5 tie. The Salmon offense fell flat in the second half, scoring only one goal in the third and another four in the fourth. Barrie led all scorers with six points. GMH will go to the Championship game in their first year of existence.
#2 Harrow Team Colorado 12, #3 Lax.com/Team Mercury 7
Lax.com jumped out to a 4-1 first quarter lead and never looked back as they advanced to the championship game. Randy Fraser led all scorers with four points in the victory. Lax.com will go to the consolation game for the second straight year.
#11 Team Guttman 9, #7 Team Dulles 7
The first quarter made the difference in the game as Guttman took an early 5-2 lead. After a slow paced first half, both teams seemed to wake up and played a scoreless third quarter. Dulles outscored Guttman in the fourth, but it was not enough to overcome Guttman's lead.
#9 Rock-It Pocket 10, #4 Team Warrior 9
After a 3-3 tie at halftime, Warrior went on a six-goal run in the third quarter. But after a goal with 1:24 left in the third, Warrior did not score again for the rest of the game. Lance Vitt had five goals and Thomas Robinson added three goals and one assist in the win. Warrior was uninspired from the beginning despite having an illegal player, but credit must be given to the RIP team, who never gave up in the game.
Men's Consolation Bracket (Games at Edwards Field)
#16 Team Merrill Lynch 20, #5 Bullets Lacrosse 6
Today was the Devan Spilker show. Spilker scored ten goals and had two assists to lead the way for Merrill Lynch in an easy win over the Bullets.
#8 MCLC 12, #13 LacrosseGiant.com 10
A close game between LacrosseGiant.com and MCLC turned in favor of the Midwestern based MCLC. Down by one at the end of the third, team MCLC outscored their opponents 4-1 in the fourth quarter to clinch their 12-10 win.
#6 Team Fubar 9, #10 Rocky Mountain Oysters 8
The Oysters dominated most of the game, but a 6-2 fourth quarter comeback gave Fubar a shocking one-goal victory.
#14 Team Orvis 15, #15 QC Lax 4
Orvis dominated this slugfest of mediocrity. A few key players scored most of the points on a goalie that only stopped two shots in the second half.
GMH vs. Harrow Team Colorado (Championship game) at 2 PM on Ford
Jammin' Salmon vs. Lax.com/Team Mercury (3rd place) at 9:30 AM on Ford
Rock-it Pocket vs. Guttman (5th place) at 12:30 PM at Avon
Warrior vs. Dulles (7th place) at 11 AM at Avon
Merrill Lynch vs. Fubar (Consolation Championship) at 11 AM on Ford
Bullets vs. Rocky Mountain Oysters (11th place) at 11 AM on Edwards
MCLC vs. Orvis (13th place) at 9:30 AM on Edwards
LacrosseGiant.com vs QC Lax (15th place)
at 9:30 AM at Avon
Scoring Leaders through Day 3:
Devan Spilker - Merrill Lynch - 19g, 6a - 25 points
Bill Edell - Harrow Team Colorado - 12g, 2a - 14
Lance Vitt - Rock-it Pocket - 13g - 13
Kyle Barrie - GMH - 8g, 3a - 11
Bryan Nee - Lax.com/Mercury - 9g, 1a - 10
Steve Govett - Warrior - 7g, 3a - 10
Dave MacGuire - NW Jammin' Salmon - 7g, 2a - 9
Geoff Snider - Harrow Team Colorado - 8g, 1a - 9
Peter Hilgartner - Lax.com/Mercury - 5g, 3a - 8
Joe High - NW Jammin' Salmon - 7g, 1a - 8
Mike Law - Warrior - 6g, 2a - 8
Doug Jolly - Warrior - 6g, 2a - 8
Greg Carrol - Guttman - 4g, 4a - 8
Graham Davison - Orvis - 5g, 3a - 8
Mike Golttra - Harrow Team Colorado - 3g, 4a -7
Mike Powell - Lax.com/Mercury - 4g, 3a - 7
Ed Fay - Rocky Mountain Oysters - 6g, 1a - 7