June 2013 Archives
Brett Garber (2004-07) had a groundball and one shot attempt during Ohio's 18-5 loss at Denver on June 22 after producing a shot during the 13-11 victory over Rochester on June 15. For the season, Garber has a goal and three groundballs spread over six appearances.
Diogo Godoi (2006-10) registered a pair of groundballs and a shot on goal during Ohio's 13-11 victory over Rochester on June 15. Godoi has seen action in seven contests as a defenseman, scooping up six groundballs in the process.
Kevin Leveille (2000-03) produced a multi-goal game with two tallies at Hamilton during Rochester's 17-11 loss on June 22. Leveille has at least one point in four of the last five appearances he has made, earning nine total during the span. On the season, Leveille has 11 points on eight goals and three assists to go with nine groundballs during eight appearances.
Will Manny (2010-13), the reigning MLL Rookie of the Week, recorded a goal and four assists for five points during Boston's 16-12 win over New York on June 21. Manny's strong outing comes one week after a two-goal game at Charlotte during a 15-13 victory for the Cannons. During Boston's current two-game win streak, Manny has helped lead the offense with seven points on a trio of goals and four assists.
Jack Reid (2003-06) saw time at Boston during the New York Lizards' 16-12 loss on June 21 after scooping up a pair of groundballs on defense during a 12-10 win over Hamilton on June 13. Reid has played in eight games on the year for New York.
Manny spent four seasons on attack for the Minutemen, securing 201 points on 107 goals and 94 assists over 55 games, including 47 starts. Manny earned USILA First Team All-America, NEILA Player of the Year, CAA Player of the Year and Tewaaraton Award Finalist status as a junior in 2012, and battled through injury in 2013 to appear on the All-CAA listing for the fourth time and secure All-NEILA honors for the third straight season.
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FLORHAM PARK -- Kelly Tripucka didn't think about his children becoming professional athletes. No matter that Tripucka was a two-time NBA All-Star, and his father, Frank Tripucka, had his No. 18 retired as the Denver Broncos' quarterback in the 1960s.Read the full article here.
Now Kelly and Janice Tripucka's sons are following the family tradition.Jake Tripucka was scheduled to debut with the Charlotte Hounds in Major League Lacrosse on Saturday night, just a couple of weeks after winning his second NCAA title at Duke. Travis Tripucka, who played both football and lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts, is trying to catch on with the New York Jets as a long snapper.
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The Atlantic 10 may have lost brand names like Xavier, Butler, + Temple, but the league is still just as deep. Every program got better.-- Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) June 12, 2013
Check out the full Blogging With Bomben update, and all previous entries, here.
Kevin Leveille (2000-03) produced four points on two goals and a pair of assists to go with a pair of groundballs during Rochester's victory over the Ohio Machine. Leveille now owns eight points on five goals and three assists this season in five appearances with the club. The MLL veteran with nine years in the league bumped his career totals to 321 points on 248 goals (including a pair of two-point goals) and 71 assists spread over 96 appearances.
Will Manny (2009-12), playing in his first professional contest, earned one goal for the Boston Cannons against Denver while scooping up a pair of groundballs.
Jim Connolly (2006-09) secured one assist for the Machine in their contest against Rochester, also chipping in a pair of groundballs. Connolly has four points on a trio of goals and one assist in four appearances on the year, his third playing in the MLL.
Diogo Godoi (2006-10) helped out the Ohio defensive effort against Rochester with a two groundballs scooped up. Godoi has totaled four groundballs in five appearances this season, his fourth in the MLL since graduating for UMass.
Other Minutemen competing in Major League Lacrosse this season include Anthony Biscardi (2009-12), Tom Celentani (2009-12), Brett Garber (2004-07), Tim McCormack (2008-12), Mark Millon (1990-93), Jack Reid (2003-06) and Jake Smith (2010-13).
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