2011 Chesapeake Bayhawks season

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2011 Chesapeake Bayhawks
2011 record 6-6
Home record 2-4
Road record 4-2
Coach Brendan Kelly
Arena Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Team leaders
Goals Danny Glading (23)
Assists Danny Glading (15)
Points Danny Glading (38)
Penalties in minutes Ben Rubeor (5)
Wins Brian Phipps (4)
Goals against average Chris Garrity (11.38)

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The 2011 Chesapeake Bayhawks season was the 11th season for the Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse.[1] The defending Steinfeld Cup champions fell in the playoffs to the Boston Cannons in the 2011 MLL semifinals.

Off season[edit]

Draft[edit]

The Bayhawks acquired only 5 men from the 2011 MLL Draft.[2]

Round Pick Name Position College
4 24 Barney Ehrmann Defenseman Georgetown
5 30 Steve DeNapoli Defenseman Hofstra
6 36 Michael Burns Midfielder North Carolina
7 42 Dan Hostetler Defenseman Georgetown
8 48 John Austin Midfielder Delaware

Regular Season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Stadium Result Attendance Record
May 14 Rochester Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 14-10 7,916 1-0
May 19 @ Hamilton Ron Joyce Stadium 14-10 1,207 2-0
June 4 @ Boston Harvard Stadium 17-13 10,727 2-1
June 4 @ Denver Invesco Field 16-15 (OT) 12,548 3-1
June 16 @ Long Island James M. Shuart Stadium 14-11 3,612 3-2
June 25 Boston Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 17-10 8,370 3-3
July 2 Rochester Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 13-11 8,410 4-3
July 16 @ Hamilton Robert Joyce Stadium 12-11 1,103 5-3
July 23 Long Island Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 15-8 7,793 5-4
July 30 Hamilton Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 16-6 7,962 5-5
August 6 @ Rochester Sahlen's Stadium 13-11 3,875 6-5
August 13 Denver Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 15-9 8,517 6-6

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Postseason[edit]

The 2011 MLL playoffs were held at the Bayhawk's own Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on August 27 and 28. Despite having the home field advantage, 4-seeded Chesapeake fell to #1 Boston 14-13. It was a rematch of last year's semifinal game, which Chesapeake won 13-9.

Playoff Bracket[edit]

Semifinals Steinfeld Cup Final
           
1 Boston 14
4 Chesapeake 13
1 Boston 10
3 Hamilton 9
2 Denver 9
3 Hamilton 11

Semifinal: Boston[edit]

Chesapeake Bayhawks vs. Boston Cannons
1 2 3 4 Total
Chesapeake 3 3 2 5 13
Boston 1 4 4 5 14

at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

  • Date: August 27, 2011
  • Game time: Noon
  • Referee: Matt Palumb & Rich Tamberrino
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