2011 Denver Outlaws season

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2011 Denver Outlaws season
Head coach Tom Slate
Home field Invesco Field at Mile High
Record 0-0
Division place TBD
Playoff finish TBD

The 2011 Denver Outlaws season will be the sixth season for the team. They will attempt to improve their 8-4 record from 2010 and avenge a semifinal playoff loss to the Long Island Lizards, in search for their first championship game win.


In mid-January, Brian Reese stepped down as head coach and general manager. It was later announced that associate head coach and defensive coordinator, Tom Slate, would be named the team's new coach. Reese left with a record of 32-17, a .653 winning percentage.[1]

2011 Draft[edit]

The following are the eight picks made by the Outlaws in the 2011 MLL Draft.[2]

Round Pick Name Position Height Weight College Hometown
1 3 Billy Bitter Attackman 6'0" 170 lbs. North Carolina Manhasset, New York
2 9 Steve Serling Midfielder 6'0" 180 lbs. Hofstra Rockville Centre, New York
3 15 Brett Schmidt Defenseman 6'0" 175 lbs. Maryland Maple Glen, Pennsylvania
4 21 Grant Catalino Attackman 6'5" 225 lbs. Maryland Webster, New York
5 27 Jack McBride Attackman 5'10" 195 lbs. Princeton Madison, New Jersey
6 33 Andrew Irving Midfielder 5'9" 185 lbs. Notre Dame McLean, Virginia
7 39 Andrew Lay Midfielder 6'3" 200 lbs. Denver Denver, Colorado
8 45 Adam Ghitelman Goalie 5'9" 186 lbs. Virginia Syosset, New York