2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout – Day 9

2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout – Day 9

2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout – Day 9

Photos from previous days at Vail

Results for Sunday 7/7

The last day of 41st Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the Men’s and Women’s Elite Champions crowned on Ford Field.

In the day’s first championship heavily favored Team STX got out to a quick lead and never looked back and won their first Vail Lacrosse Shootout Women’s Elite Championship.

The Men’s Championship will go down as one of the all-time best finals in tournament history. After trailing by a wide margin, Colorado-based All Out, clawed their way back and won its first Vail Lacrosse Shootout Championship in double overtime

2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout – Day 9

Men’s Elite:
Championship Bracket
1:00pm - Ford Field - All Out 16, Lacrossewear 15 (2 OT)
Lacrossewear got out of the gates hot and was leading 7-2 midway through the second quarter. All Out was able to stop the bleeding as they narrowed the gap to 8-5 by halftime. The teams traded goals in the third quarter, but with four seconds left before the end of the period, All Out converted on a fast break to further narrow the lead to 11-9.

All Out would use the momentum of the late goal and came out firing in the fourth tying the game when Tournament MVP Nick Ossello (Notre Dame ’15) won a faceoff and scored a two point goal on the ensuing fast break. All Out took their first lead with under three minutes left in the fourth quarter and tried to kill the clock for the remaining few minutes. After an exciting defensive series to get the ball back, Lacrossewear’s Kieran McArdel (St. John’s ’14) tied the game with 44 seconds left in regulation.

In the first overtime (non-sudden-death), All Out looked like it would be the victor after Billy Ward (Syracuse ’14) scored first, but Lacrossewear’s Reilly O’Connor (Georgetown ’15) put home a game- tying goal with less than two seconds left to stay alive. In the second overtime (sudden-death), All Out’s Billy Ward scored the game winning goal just twenty seconds in after Nick Ossello won the faceoff.

3rd Place
11:30am - Ford Field - Brine Elite 12, Big Green Herd 5
Brine won over BGH by possessing the ball and taking the lead early with five goals to BGH’s two. Brine kept their lead by scoring seven goals in the second half.

5th Place
10:00am – Edwards Turf - Adrenaline Tropics 13, Rocky Mountain Oysters 7
Robby Grabher of the Tropics dominated the face offs the entire game. The Oysters did manage to score a behind-the-back goal in the last seconds of the game.

2013 Vail Lacrosse Shootout – Day 9

7th Place
11:30am - Edwards Turf - Millennium Lacrosse 9, Denver City Lax / StyLax 8
Millennium started off slow, but picked up the pace in the second half just enough to get the win. Tills of Millennium played goalie, won the face off and scored a goal.

Consolation Bracket
8:30am - Ford Field - FCA 15, LOFers 6

11rd Place
11:30am – Edwards 4 – Jammin’ Salmon 15, Southern Combat 2

13th Place
10:00am – Edwards 4 - True Lacrosse 7, Crease Beavers 6

15th Place
1:00pm - Edwards Turf - Team TAMA 14, Warrior X 4
Team TAMA dominated in this great game. There were some interesting face offs. Warrior had some excellent team face offs but just couldn’t catch up with Team TAMA.

Other Games
8:30am – Edwards Turf – Team Gutman 10, Colorado Mavs 5
8:30am – Edwards 4 – Minnesota Chill 11, Prestige Lacrosse 5

Final Standings
1st: All Out
2nd: Lacrossewear
3rd: Brine Elite
4th: Big Green Herd
5th: Adrenaline Tropics
6th: Rocky Mountain Oysters
7th: Millennium Lacrosse
8th: Denver City Lax / StyLax
9th: FCA
10th: LOFers
11th: Jammin’ Salmon
12th: Southern Combat
13th: True Lacrosse
14th: Crease Beavers
15th: Team TAMA
16th: Warrior X
17th: Gutman
18th: Minnesota Chill
19th: Prestige Lacrosse
20th: Colorado Mavs

All-Tournament Team
Offensive MVP - Nick Ossello - All Out
Defensive MVP - Bobby Tait - All Out
High Scorer - Colin Reegan - Lacrossewear

Kieran McArdle - Lacrossewear
Grant Whiteway - Brine Elite
Todd Heritage - Big Green Herd
Billy Ward - All Out

Colin Dunster - Lacrossewear
Nick Ossello - All Out
Ryan Danehy - Brine Elite
Rob Guida - Lacrossewear

Ryder Henery - Adrenaline Tropics
Austin Konkel - All Out
Goran Murray - Lacrossewear

Kevin Massa - Lacrossewear

Mike Pelligrino - Lacrossewear

Mike Novosel - Big Green Herd

US Lacrosse – Keeper of Lacrosse Award
Jim Carboneau

Women’s Elite:
Championship Game - Ford Field
10:00am - STX 13, Harrow Honeybadgers 3
Sparks flew in this championship game as soon as the first ball went into the air. Honeybadgers were not intimidated and combated the fast pace of Team STX. Although the score at half was 7-1 in favor of Team STX, Maggie Tamasitis, Tournament MVP from STX, had assisted four first half goals for her team. Molly Pais of Honeybadgers scored the first goal of the second half but Kitty Cullen responded with 2 goals of her own; one being a behind the back shot. Honeybadgers aggressiveness never dwindled as the game played came to an end.
3rd Place Game -
CRSLAX.com 1, Gang Green 0 (forfeit)
Edwards 2
8:00am - Run Around Sue 9, LOFers 5
9:15am - Pappy’s 11, #1 Stunner of the Month 9
Edwards 3
9:15am - The Laxatives 13, CWLA 6
Colorado Lacrosse Club 1, Team Wild 0 (forfeit)

Final Standings
1st: Team STX
2nd: Harrow Honeybadgers
3rd: CRSLax.com
4th: Gang Green
5th: Run Around Sue
6th: LOFers
7th: Colorado Lacrosse Club
8th: Team Wild
9th: Pappy’s
10th: #1 Stunner of the Month
11th: Laxatives
12th: CWLA

All-Tournament Team
Beth Calder - Colorado Lacrosse Club
Emma-Lazaroff - Run Around Sue
Sonorah Vineyard - LOFers
Rachel Culp - CRSLAX.com
Cassie Ancarrow - Harrow Honeybadgers
Mary Zulty - Harrow Honeybadgers
Lauren Bobzin - Harrow Honeybadgers
Kitty Cullen - Team STX
Lauren Schmidt - Team STX
Sam Farrell - Team STX
Julie Gardner - Team STX
Kendall McBrearty - LOFers
Maggie Tamasitis - Team STX

Coach/Team Rep-
Nancy Baruch & Don Sherman - LOFers

US Lacrosse – Keeper of Lacrosse Award
Nancy Baruch - LOFers

Photo Captions
Photos by Clark Bell
Team STX was able to win the championship game thanks to strong offense and quick scoring. - Photo by Clark Bell

Team STX won the Women’s Elite championship game over the Harrow Honeybadgers. - Photo by Clark Bell

All Out won in double overtime in an intense and close Men’s Elite championship. - Photo by Clark Bell

Newcomers to the tournament All Out won the Men’s Elite championship. - Photo by Clark Bell

The Vail Lacrosse Shootout would not be possible if it weren’t for the hard work of all of the volunteer staff. - Photo by Clark Bell

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