Chrome Lacrosse Club

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Chrome
Chrome lc logo.png
Full nameChrome Lacrosse Club
Founded2019
LeaguePremier Lacrosse League
Colors     
Head coachTim Soudan
ChampionshipsNone
WebsiteChrome LC

The Chrome Lacrosse Club is a professional men's field lacrosse team in Premier Lacrosse League (PLL). The Chrome are one of the six founding members of the PLL for the 2019 season. Notable players include Jordan Wolf, Will Haus, and Justin Guterding.

Roster[edit]

2020 Chrome Lacrosse Club
No. Name Nation­ality Position Height Weight College Grad Year High School Hometown Ref.
2 Foster Huggins* United States Defense 5 ft 10 in 180 lbs Loyola 2018 Episcopal School of Dallas Dallas, Texas

[1]

3 Eli Salama Canada LSM 6 ft 2 in 205 lbs RIT 2018 Dr. Charles Best Coquitlam, British Columbia
4 Greg Coholan* United States Midfield 6 ft 1 in 195 lbs Virginia 2016 Irondequoit Rochester, New York
5 Sam Duggan United States Midfield 6 ft 3 in 185 lbs Cornell 2020 Skaneateles Skaneateles, New York
6 Will Haus United States Midfield 6 ft 0 in 190 lbs Duke 2015 Palmyra Palmyra, Pennsylvania

[2]

9 Reece Eddy United States Defense 6 ft 0 in 163 lbs Boston University 2020 Skaneateles Skaneateles, New York
12 Justin Turri United States Midfield 6 ft 3 in 205 lbs Duke 2012 West Islip West Islip, New York
14 Justin Guterding United States Attack 6 ft 0 in 190 lbs Duke 2018 Garden City Garden City, New York

[3]

15 John Galloway United States Goalie 6 ft 0 in 175 lbs Syracuse 2011 West Genesee Syracuse, New York

[4]

19 Jesse King Canada Attack 6 ft 3 in 220 lbs Ohio State 2015 Claremont Victoria, British Columbia
22 Ned Crotty United States Attack 6 ft 2 in 190 lbs Duke 2010 Delbarton New Vernon, New Jersey

[5]

23 Brett Queener United States Goalie 5 ft 10 in 190 lbs Albany 2008 Penn Yan Academy Penn Yan, New York

[6]

25 Connor Farrell United States Faceoff 6 ft 2 in 240 lbs LIU Post 2019 Sachem East Holtsville, New York

[7]

27 Brendan Kavanagh United States Attack 5 ft 8 in 160 lbs Hofstra 2018 Kellenberg Rockville Centre, New York
28 James Barclay Canada Defense 5 ft 11 in 190 lbs Providence 2018 The Hill Academy Toronto, Ontario
29 Jordan MacIntosh Canada Midfield 6 ft 2 in 200 lbs RIT 2011 Holy Trinity Oakville, Ontario

[8]

31 John Ranagan United States Midfield 6 ft 3 in 215 lbs Johns Hopkins 2013 Yorktown Yorktown, New York

[9]

33 Jordan Wolf United States Attack 5 ft 9 in 170 lbs Duke 2014 Lower Merion Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

[10]

34 Jacob Pulver United States Defense 6 ft 0 in 215 lbs Cornell 2018 Fayetteville–Manlius Manlius, New York
36 Jesse Bernhardt United States Defense 6 ft 1 in 210 lbs Maryland 2013 Lake Brantley Longwood, Florida
40 Michael Manley United States Defense 6 ft 2 in 225 lbs Duke 2012 Penn Yan Academy Penn Yan, New York

[11]

42 Ryan Flanagan United States LSM 6 ft 5 in 215 lbs North Carolina 2011 West Islip West Islip, New York

[12]

44 Matt Gaudet Canada Attack 6 ft 1 in 220 lbs Yale 2020 Salisbury Hamilton, Ontario
80 Donny Moss United States Midfield 6 ft 2 in 200 lbs Adelphi 2009 Aquinas Institute Rochester, New York
88 Hunter Forbes United States Faceoff 5 ft 6 in 170 lbs Jacksonville 2018 Woodstock Woodstock, Georgia
91 Ty Thompson* Iroquois Attack 6 ft 0 in 200 lbs Albany 2014 Salisbury Onondaga, New York

[13]

*Indicates member of restricted roster

Source:[14]

Coaching staff[edit]

  • Head Coach - Tim Soudan
  • Assistant Coach - Nick Fiorentino
  • Assistant Coach - Jacques Monte

All-time Draft selections[edit]

2019

Rnd. Pick # Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 3 Zach Goodrich Midfield Towson Colonial Athletic Association McLaughlin Award Winner (Best Midfielder in College), First-Team All-American, First-Team CAA: *Note* (Goodrich chose to play in the MLL for the Boston Cannons who drafted him with the 3rd pick in the 2019 draft)
2 10 Chris Sabia Defense Penn State Big Ten Conference First-Team All-American, Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team Big Ten
3 15 Max Tuttle Midfield Sacred Heart Northeast Conference Third-Team All-American, First-Team Northeast Conference
4 22 Connor Farrell Faceoff Long Island Post East Coast Conference Division II First-Team All-American, USILA Division II Faceoff Player of the Year

2020 Entry Draft

The 2020 player entry draft occurred on March 16 for teams to select players arriving from rival Major League Lacrosse. On March 4, Paul Burmeister and NBCSN hosted an entry draft lottery for selection order. Out of 100 balls to select from, Waterdogs had 40, Chrome had 25, Atlas had 15, Archers had 10, Chaos had 6, Redwoods had 3, and the champion Whipsnakes had 1.

Rob Pannell was announced to be transferring to the PLL on March 9, followed by 15 other players the following day, which comprised the selection pool for the entry draft. A total of 14 players were selected in the entry draft with remaining new players entering the league player pool.

Draft results
Rnd. Pick # PLL Team Player Pos. College
1 2 Chrome Jesse Bernhardt Long Stick Midfield Maryland
2 9 Chrome Donny Moss Defense Adelphi

2020 College Draft

Rnd. Pick # PLL Team Player Pos. College Conference Notes
1 4 Chrome Tom Rigney Defense Army Patriot League *Note* Rigney chose to play in the MLL for the Denver Outlaws who drafted him with the 5th pick in the 2020 draft
2 9 Chrome Reece Eddy Defense Boston Patriot League

Season Results[edit]

2019
Week Location Date Opponent Result
1 Boston, Massachusetts June 1, 2019 Archers L 12-13 (OT)
2 New York, New York June 8, 2019 Whipsnakes L 11-12 (OT)
3 Chicago, Illinois June 16, 2019 Atlas L 12-13
4 Baltimore, Maryland June 22, 2019 Redwoods L 11-13
5 Atlanta, Georgia June 29, 2019 Chaos L 14-15 (OT)
6 Washington, DC July 7, 2019 Chaos W 19-11
All-Star Break Los Angeles, California July 21, 2019 Bye Bye
7 Denver, Colorado July 28, 2019 Archers L 7-9
8 San Jose, California August 10, 2019 Whipsnakes W 20-16
9 Hamilton, Ontario August 17, 2019 Atlas L 14-17
10 Albany, New York August 24, 2019 Redwoods L 18-7
Playoffs Round 1 Columbus, Ohio September 6–7, 2019 Atlas L 17-8
Playoffs Round 2 New York, New York September 14, 2019 Archers L 12-10

PLL Award Winners[edit]

Dave Huntley Sportsmanship Award

  • Connor Farrell: 2019

Head coaches[edit]

# Name Term Regular Season Playoffs
GP W L Pct GP W L Pct
1 Dom Starsia 2019 10 2 8 .200
2 Tim Soudan 2020- 4 3 1 .750 1 0 1 .000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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