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  • The Colorado Mammoth scored their first goal just over five minutes into the game and never looked back as they went on to a 14-11 win over the San Jose Stealth at the HP Pavilion March 14.  It is the third straight loss for the Stealth, who fall to 3-7 on the year. After giving up the first two goals of the game, Stealth rookie standout Rhys Duch scored midway through the opening quarter to jumpstart the Stealth offense.  Cam Sedgwick scored twenty seconds later to tie the score, but a three-

  • The San Jose Stealth are back from the National Lacrosse League All-Star break and ready to square off with West Division rival Colorado on March 14 at the HP Pavilion.  It is the second meeting between the teams this season; the Stealth handed the Mammoth a 14-9 loss at the HP Pavilion on February 21. This week’s matchup with Colorado has big implications in the West Division Standings.  The Mammoth currently sit in third place with a 4-4 record.  They are just two games behind the Calgary

  • The Stealth are returning to San Jose for a three week home-stand to start the second half of the season. Something the team should be celebrating. At 0-5 on the road this season, the Stealth find themselves struggling in unfriendly territory. For the returning players, the winless streak on the road puts the Stealth atop an unfamiliar category, most road losses. Last season the Stealth were the road dogs of the West, actually the league. San Jose led the NLL in road wins with a record of 5-3 in

  • This Saturday, March 14 from 11:00am to 12:30pm, The Play Lacrosse interactive zone will be at HP Pavilion Parking Lot and is free to the general public.  Brought to you by the National Lacrosse League and Reebok Lacrosse, Play Lacrosse is an fan friendly area which is aimed at encouraging kids to play lacrosse and test their lacrosse skills.Play Lacrosse is comprised of three different touch points for participants to try out: 4 X 4 Lacrosse Cage: Here players can learn to play the game of la

  • Colin Doyle is more determined than ever to help the Stealth enjoy better times. The team’s 3-6 record puts a bad taste in the mouth of San Jose’s captain. How ticked off is he? ``It’s the highest it’s ever been in my tenure in San Jose, that’s for sure,’’ Doyle replies when asked to gauge his level of frustration. ``We all think we’re underachieving.’’ A favorable schedule in the coming weeks can help turn things around, and it’s clear in talking to Doyle that he’s convi

  • Three members of the San Jose Stealth, Paul Rabil, Eric Martin and Nick O’Hara were selected by US Lacrosse to try out for the 2010 US Men’s Team that will compete in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships.  84 players were selected in all for the tryouts on June 7-10, 2009 at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I.The 2010 FIL World Championships will be played July 10-24, 2010 in Manchester, England.   Rabil, Martin and O’Hara will be competing to make the US

  • Sunday, March 1, 2009 3:00am – We’re still in Boston, trying to get a good night’s sleep before we fly to New York. Hockeye’s phone rings waking both of us up in the middle of the night. It’s not great news. Our flight has been cancelled and we need to reschedule for an hour earlier. Now we need to alert the 30 guys on the trip that the bus leaves to the airport at 6am instead of 7am. Ah, life on the road. 6:00am – Everybody got word that the bus was leaving early and 30 tired, batte

  • Colin Doyle scored seven goals to lead a San Jose comeback from a five-goal deficit, but the Stealth ultimately lost 15-14 to the New York Titans at the Prudential Center on March 1.  It is the second loss in as many days for the Stealth, who drop to 3-6 on the season and into fifth place in the West Division standings. Stealth rookies Paul Rabil and Rhys Duch scored in the first quarter as San Jose fell behind 3-2 after one.  After Steve McKinlay scored his first career NLL goal to open the s

  • Saturday, February 28, 2009 The morning arrives and the team gathers for some breakfast in the hotel. It is the most important meal of the day after all. They then break for team meetings; Coach Dowling and his offensive coordinator Chris Hall go over the offensive strategies, and then assistants Art Webster and Joe Romano meet with the defense. After the meetings are over the guys go for lunch on their own. Some break off into groups and go to local eateries; some find a meal to bring back to t

  • After a first quarter dominated by the San Jose Stealth, the Boston Blazers scored five unanswered goals to take a 6-4 lead in the second. They never trailed from that point forward on their way to a 16-10 victory in the TD Banknorth Garden on February 28. After Boston scored the first goal of the game just three minutes in, the Stealth went on a 4-0 run to take an early lead with three minutes left in the opening frame. The Blazers cut the Stealth advantage to two leading into the second, and t

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