2010 Toronto Nationals season

2010 Toronto Nationals season
Head coach David Huntley
Home field Lamport Stadium
Results
Record 3-9
Division place 6th MLL
Playoff finish Did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season Next season
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The 2010 Toronto Nationals season was the second for the franchise. After playing their 2009 season at BMO Field, the Nationals moved their home games to Lamport Stadium for their second season.[1] Coming off a Steinfeld Cup victory in 2009,[2] the Nationals were unable to repeat this achievement. They finished last in the league in 2010 and failed to qualify for the playoffs with a 3-9 record.[3] Brodie Merrill won the Major League Lacrosse Defensive player of the Year Award[4] and was named to the All-MLL team as a defenseman.[5]

Standings

W = Wins, L = Losses, PCT = Winning Percentage, GB = Games Back of first place, GF = Goals For, 2ptGF = 2 point Goals For, GA = Goals Against, 2ptGA = 2 point Goals Against

Qualified for playoffs
Team W L PCT GB GF 2ptGF GA 2ptGA
Boston Cannons 8 4 .667 - 174 15 141 10
Denver Outlaws 8 4 .667 - 158 9 148 10
Long Island Lizards 7 5 .583 1 141 9 139 12
Chesapeake Bayhawks 6 6 .500 2 161 18 158 8
Chicago Machine 4 8 .333 4 157 4 171 11
Toronto Nationals 3 9 .250 5 132 8 166 12

Boston finished ahead of Denver based on a head to head record of 3-0.

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Schedule

Week Date Opponent Field Result Attendance Record
1 May 16 @ Machine WakeMed Soccer Park 16-9 2,011 0-1
2 May 22 Bayhawks Lamport Stadium 25-12 3,921 0-2
3 May 29 @ Outlaws Invesco Field at Mile High 15-12 6,123 0-3
4 June 5 Machine Lamport Stadium 14-13 2,100 0-4
5 June 12 Bayhawks Lamport Stadium 10-9 2,145 0-5
6 June 19 @ Lizards James M. Shuart Stadium 11-9 3,076 1-5
7 June 24 @ Bayhawks Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 17-14 3,588 2-5
8 July 1 Cannons Lamport Stadium 15-13 2,963 3-5
9 July 10 Outlaws Lamport Stadium 15-14 (OT) 2,834 3-6
11 July 24 @ Cannons Harvard Stadium 18-10 7,477 3-7
12 July 31 @ Lizards James M. Shuart Stadium 16-11 3,803 3-8
13 August 7 Lizards Lamport Stadium 13-7 4,516 3-9

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Playoffs

The Nationals did not qualify for the 2010 Steinfeld Cup playoffs[8] after winning the championship in 2009.

References

  1. ^ "Lamport a hit, Nats were not".  
  2. ^ "Major League Lacrosse Announces 2010 Schedule". Lax Power. 2010-01-05. Retrieved 2011-05-06. 
  3. ^ "Hamilton lands pro lacrosse franchise".  
  4. ^ "Merrill Wins MLL Defensive POY for 5th Straight Year". Lax Power. 2010-08-18. Retrieved 2011-05-06. 
  5. ^ "2010 Great Atlantic All-MLL Team Announced".  
  6. ^ "MLL Standings". Pointstreak. Retrieved 2011-04-23. 
  7. ^ "Toronto Nationals - Summer 2010". Pointstreak. Retrieved 2011-05-06. 
  8. ^ "Goettelmann Breaks Scoring Mark in Lizards' Win". Lax Power. 2010-08-01. Retrieved 2011-04-23. 

External links

  • "2010 Toronto Nationals season". Pointstreak. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 


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