In 2006, Virginia men’s lacrosse did what had only been done three times since 1992: win a national championship with a perfect record. The 2006 Cavaliers defeated Massachusetts, 15-7, in the national championship to complete a 17-0 season with the ultimate prize. It was the first and only time a team has done so in […]
This is John Danowski’s Hofstra versus an ECAC dominant Massachusetts program in the 2006 NCAA Quarterfinals. With the game being played at “neutral site” Stony Brook, Long Island was an absolute madhouse for Hofstra in this game. But, as it turns out, it was the Minutemen outlasting the Pride in overtime, 13-12, to move on. […]
Earlier this week we put up a video from 2010, featuring a Japan Hidden Ball Trick. The announcers called it the first successful hidden ball trick, but we knew that couldn’t be true. Thanks to Kentaro Shimizu, we now KNOW that the statement was false, because we’ve got video evidence from 2006!
Each MLL Championship Game, and Championship Weekend presented by Smartlink, is different. Some result in physical brawls where teams trade goals and hits. That’s intense! Other finals have showcased some of the best lacrosse plays we’ve ever seen, and still others feature shooting the likes of which we rarely see. Major League Lacrosse’s 2006 title game was one of the latter.