• Stealth Vice President and Assistant General Manager Doug Locker returned to his alma mater on Valentine’s Day for the dedication of a new lacrosse locker room in his honor. Locker was the Head Coach of the Poet’s men’s lacrosse team for 21 seasons (1981-2002) and compiled a 293-72 overall record. He won 10 Western Lacrosse League Championships and led Whittier to the NCAA Tournament in 2002. In October of 2008, Locker was inducted into the Whittier College Athletic Hall of Fame. He was al

  • Stealth Captain Colin Doyle was named to his eighth National Lacrosse League All-Star game this week. He will be starting at forward on the West Division squad alongside Calgary’s Josh Sanderson and Edmonton’s Dan Teat. All-Star Weekend is scheduled for March 6 and 7 in Denver, Colo. Doyle is currently tied for fourth in assists (26) and seventh in points (35) in the NLL. He leads the Stealth in both categories. Doyle’s eight All-Star game appearances are the most among the starters from b

  • Stealth star Paul Rabil will be taking part in a new interactive podcast feature for Inside Lacrosse. Starting February 17, Rabil will be joining Jon Brand to talk everything lacrosse with fans. You can email questions for #81 to and visit this link - - To tune in at 3:00pm (EST).

  • How many Kolaches can you eat? Better yet, do you know what a Kolache is? I don’t, but I can tell you that Joey “Jaws” Chestnut set the World Record by eating 56 Kolaches at the World Kolache Eating Championship in Houston, Tex., in 2007. It is one of 18 World Records that Chestnut holds in the realm of competitive eating. On February 21 – at halftime of the Stealth’s match up with the Colorado Mammoth at the HP Pavilion - he looks to set his 19th World Record by consuming a grotesque

  • Eric Martin is the kind of athlete who can master any sport. He played soccer and was involved in water sports including sailing while growing up near the Atlantic Ocean in Virginia, and now he plays lacrosse and surfs in the Pacific while living in hilly San Francisco, where his road bike comes in especially handy. If he were handed a baseball bat, he’d probably hit a home run on his first swing. ``It’s busy,’’ he replies when asked to describe his lifestyle. Martin, Cam Sedgwick and Cu

  • Hey Stealth Fans – How do ya do? …Me?…I’m kinda buggin’ out right now being it our bye week and already Game 7 of the season approaching…yikes, time really flies by when you’re in lax season, ha! But seriously, I always felt that Spring always came and went faster than any other season because we get so caught up from game to game, that we lose track of what goes on in between. The NLL season is even longer than college, but it sure as heck doesn’t feel like it. So I wanted to ta

  • With the scored tied at three after one quarter of play, the Portland Lumberjax went on a 5-0 run to open the second from which the San Jose Stealth could not recover. The Lumberjax went on to win 16-13 in front of 6,943 fans at the Rose Garden Arena. Colin Doyle started the scoring thirty seconds into the game. Jeff Zywicki scored twice in the opening frame as the teams headed into the second quarter tied at three. The second belonged to the Jax, as they scored five unanswered to start the quar

  • The third installment of Stealth Lacrosse Insider takes place on Saturday, February 7 at 3:00pm on NBC Bay Area (Check Local Listings). The show features game highlights from the Stealth and around the NLL, behind the scenes footage with Stealth stars, interviews with the coaching staff, “Lacrosse 101” and much more. This week’s edition of SLI features interviews with Stealth forward Tom Johnson, Assistant Coach Joe Romano and world eating champion Joey Chestnut. Chestnut takes on Johnson

  • Will Dalton’s faceoff talents have quickly made him an important player for the San Jose Stealth. After all, a team can’t score goals unless it has possession of the ball, and that battle begins at faceoffs. Stealth coach Jeff Dowling relies on Dalton for faceoffs in most game situations and early-season NLL statistics show that the big rookie already is among the best in the business. Here’s the scoop on players who have taken at least 75 faceoffs going into Feb. 6-7 games: 1. Geoff Snide

  • San Jose Stealth Assistant Captain Curtis Hodgson was named the National Lacrosse League’s Transition Player of the Week today after his performance in the Stealth’s 16-6 win over the Edmonton Rush January 31. It was an important win for the Stealth, who improved to 2-3 on the year. Hodgson finished with two goals and two assists against the Rush. He also picked up eight loose balls and won the only face-off he took. His first tally of the game came midway through the second quarter to put t

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