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One of Major League Lacrosse’s original six franchises, and also one the league’s most successful, the Boston Cannons have twice played for the Steinfeld Cup, winning it all in 2011. Established in 2001, the team qualified for the MLL playoffs in 2001-2006, 2009-2011 and 2015, winning the 2004 and 2005 American Division championships. Catch all the fast-moving, hard-hitting action at historic Harvard Stadium; grab your Boston Cannons tickets at StubHub.
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Despite the addition of the Trevor Baptiste, who set new faceoff standards at the University of Denver and was the top overall pick in the MLL Draft, Boston struggled through a 5-9 campaign in 2018. Head coach Sean Quirk hopes a strong finish — the Cannon topped the Charlotte Hounds and Ohio Machine in their final two games of the season — will carry over into 2019. The young core of Baptiste, Cody O’Donell and Will Sands now have a year of experience under their collective belt and should help position the team for a postseason run. Sands, who registered 17 points in just five games before suffering a season-ending injury, returns to the lineup at 100 percent.
Boston Cannons History
Originally playing their home games at Cawley Memorial Stadium in Lowell, Mass., the Cannons moved to Boston University in 2004, playing at Nickerson Field though the 2006 season. In 2007, they settled into their new digs at Harvard. Boston has qualified for the MLL playoffs in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2015. The franchise won the 2004 and 2005 American Division championships. The Cannons captured their first MLL Championship in 2011, defeating the Hamilton Nationals, 10-9.
Boston Cannons Trivia
Three Boston Cannons have been named MLL MVP, including Paul Rabil, who won the award twice (2009 and 2011). In a 2007 trade with the Bayhawks the Cannons acquired former Syracuse superstar Mikey Powell, who then left professional lacrosse after the 2008 season to pursue a musical career with his jam band Mikey Powell and the Villains Trust.
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