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  • San Jose Stealth stars Colin Doyle and Paul Rabil held a clinic for the Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, Calif., on January 30. They gave instruction to the 35 members of the boy’s varsity lacrosse team, and showed off a few tricks in the process. The session began with Doyle and Rabil going through their day-to-day practice routine, stressing that even at the highest level, players must continue to work on the basics. “It was great to hear Paul and Colin talk about their work eth

  • Stealth Fans… Hope everyone had a happy Super Bowl. I know, the 49er’s didn’t even make the playoffs, or the Raiders for that matter…but then again, neither did the Redskins. So I am joining you in a big, fat I don’t really care whether the Steelers or Cardinals hoist the trophy. What a game though, huh? That's two years in a row where we've been treated to an awesome game...All of these polls are out comparing the two best catches in Super Bowl history now with Santonio Holmes enterin

  • The San Jose Stealth never trailed on their way to a 16-6 win over the Edmonton Rush at the HP Pavilion on January 31. Fourteen players registered a point and Matt Roik remained solid in goal to propel the Stealth to their second win of the season. The Stealth got out to an early lead, scoring the only three goals of the first quarter and the first five goals of the game. Tom Johnson tallied his first of the night on assists from Colin Doyle and Paul Rabil just 28 seconds into the game. Edmonton

  • Week two to week three has been very different in many ways… The biggest difference however, was dipping from 75 degrees Fahrenheit…to –24 degrees Celsius! Yikes, you know it’s cold out there when it hurts to breathe…Born and raised on the East Coast, I’m no stranger to the cold air (ah, as I can remember the blizzard of ’96. 24 inches of snow and two straight weeks of cancelled school)…Apparently, this happens in Canada pretty often, and the cab driver told me it even happened u

  • Cam Sedgwick is the type of versatile, consistently good and team-first player every club covets. He’s in his fifth year with the Stealth and in his eighth in the National Lacrosse League. Only Eric Martin and Curtis Hodgson have been with the team as long as Sedgwick, who turns 31 on Valentine’s Day. ``Cam is a part of our leadership group on the Stealth and, while he is not a fire-and-brimstone type of guy, the other players respect him and listen when he has something to say,’’ says c

  • Calgary, Alberta – For the second time against the Calgary Roughnecks this season, the San Jose Stealth failed to comeback from a five goal deficit. The Roughnecks never trailed in the game, ultimately handing the Stealth their third loss of the season by a score of 16-13. Calgary (4-0) jumped out to a quick three-goal lead less than two minutes into the first quarter. Tom Johnson scored the first of his three goals on the night to stop the early run, but the Roughnecks scored four of the next

  • What’s up San Jose?!! I’m beginning to realize more and more why you say the West Coast is the Best Coast…come on, 75 degrees on January 18th?!…I landed in Washington Dulles on Monday morning and it was 16 degrees! I flew back in a nice button down and shorts and when I landed and stepped outside I felt like my legs were in an ice bath back in the locker room…I could get used to the winter heat. How about this weekend? We’re pretty pumped to get the first “W” under our belts. The

  • Jeff Zywicki spends his winters in California and his summers in Canada and, wherever he is, he always seems to have a lacrosse stick in his hands. ``It’s a sport that I love,’’ he says ``It gives me a lot. ``I give thanks every day that I can put a lacrosse stick in my hands.’’ Zywicki, 27, who is in his fourth year with the Stealth, is that most precious of National Lacrosse League talents. He’s a money-in-the-bank finisher, as he displayed in scoring five goals in San Jose’s fir

  • Matt Roik made 38 saves in goal and Jeff Zywicki led all players with six points as the San Jose Stealth picked up their first win of the season against the Rochester Knighthawks on January 18. After scoring just 17 goals in the first two games of the season, the Stealth nearly equaled that total with a 16-6 victory over the Knighthawks at the HP Pavilion. In each of the two losses for the Stealth this season, they found themselves trailing by at least five goals and were forced to attempt a dra

  • The San Jose Stealth’s Paul Rabil was spotted at Santa Clara University on January 8th working out with the Men’s Club Lacrosse team. Head coach Gary Podesta had set up this clinic with Rabil in hopes of it getting his team serious about the upcoming season. “We asked what it takes to on an individual basis for a college program to go to the next level and who better at that than Paul with all that he has accomplished over the last four years at John Hopkins,” Podesta said. This is Rabil

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