Editor’s Note: Trilogy Lacrosse, a Lacrosse All Stars partner, released a new series titled “Trilogy Lacrosse Theatre” to take a look back at memorable lacrosse moments caught on film that feature different members of the Trilogy crew. Episode 1 starts with Ryan Boyle breaking down his performance in the 2004 NCAA Quarterfinals. Enjoy.
Who is Ryan Boyle?
These days you’ll find Boyle deep in the trenches at Trilogy as a Co-Founder and CEO and when lacrosse is back on TV, you’ll see his mug on
They put him in the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame last year, but if that’s not enough, here’s a little more about Ryan Boyle:
- Princeton University 2001 – 2004
- MLL 2004 – 2011
- NLL 2005 – 2011
- Team USA Gold Medal 2002 & 2010, Silver in 2006
- US Lacrosse National Hall of Fame Class of 2019
- 4X All-American at Princeton University
- 2X Ivy League Player of the Year
- 3x MLL Champion – 2004, 2006, 2007
- 1st All-time in Assists in MLL History
- MLL Rookie of the Year 2004
- NLL Rookie of the Year 2005
- NLL Champions Cup Finalist – 2009
What’s on the Tube?
Join Mitch Belisle and Ryan Boyle as they dive through Boyle’s 2004 NCAA Quarterfinals highlight tape, recently added by @LacrosseFilmStudy. Boyle and the No. 6 seed Princeton Tigers were facing off with the No. 3 seed Maryland Terrapins after rolling Rutgers in the first round 12-4. Finishing the 2004 regular season at 9-3, the season marked the 14th-straight Ivy League title for Bill Tierney and the Tigers.
This one turned out to be an overtime thriller. We should just let Boyle break it down for you.
Ryan Boyle Talks 2004 Quarterfinals, Princeton vs. Maryland
The full episode is over 21 minutes on the Trilogy YouTube page. Here’s a few “highlights” of the highlights to see if the water is right for you.
Now it’s time to watch the full thing. You’ll have to give Trilogy your views for that one. While you’re there, like, comment and subscribe to their channel for more awesome content like this.