2012 Chesapeake Bayhawks season

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2012 Chesapeake Bayhawks
2012 record 3–1
Home record 1–1
Road record 2–0
Coach Brendan Kelly
Arena Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Team leaders

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The 2012 Chesapeake Bayhawks season is the 12th season for the Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse.[1] The Bayhawks are looking to rebound after a semifinal loss in the 2011 MLL playoffs to Boston.

Off-season[edit]

Draft[edit]

The first Chesapeake Bayhawk to be drafted in 2012 was long-stick midfielder C.J. Costabile. He was the 5th overall pick, and netted 15 goals and 16 assists for 31 points in 3 years at Duke.[2] The Bayhawks drafted 9 total men from the draft.

Round Pick Name Position College
1 5 C.J. Costabile Midfielder Duke
2 10 Tyler Fiorito Goalie Princeton
3 22 Jimmy Dunster Midfielder North Carolina
4 26 Matt Mackrides Attack Penn State
4 27 Grant Kaleikau Attack Delaware
5 38 Matt Gibson Attack Yale
6 45 Drew Snider Midfield Maryland
7 53 Brent Adams Midfield Fairfield
8 61 John Austin Midfield Delaware

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Regular Season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Stadium Result Attendance Record
April 28 @ Long Island James M. Shuart Stadium 13–11 1,100 1-0
May 5 Ohio Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 23–11 10,162 2-0
May 12 Rochester Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 12-8 7,853 2-1
May 18 @ Hamilton Ron Joyce Stadium 20-7 3,751 3-1
June 2 @ Denver Sports Authority Field at Mile High 18-16 3,125 4-1
June 9 Charlotte Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 7-15 8,192 5-1
June 16 Hamilton Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 15-16 9,832 6-1
June 23 Boston Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 13-14 10,126 7-1
July 7 @ Charlotte American Legion Memorial Stadium 12-13 5,013 7-2
July 14 @ Rochester Sahlen's Stadium 13-7 3,221 8-2
July 21 @ Ohio Selby Field 11-7 2,168 9-2
July 28 @ Boston Harvard Stadium 13-16 9,117 9-3
August 4 Long Island Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 6-13 10,083 10-3
August 11 Denver Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 15-13 10,420 10-4

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References[edit]

External links[edit]

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