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Washington Wave

The Washington Wave was an American lacrosse team. They were a member of the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League and the Major Indoor Lacrosse League from 1987 to 1989. They were based in Washington, D.C. and played in the Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland. The team's first coach, Bud Beardmore, was the respected former coach who won two national titles with the Maryland Terrapins. Also playing for this early NLL team were well-known players Brad Kotz and Frank Urso.[1]

All time record

Season Division W-L Finish Home Road GF GA Coach Playoffs
1987   2-4 3rd 1-2 1-2 83 97 Bud Beardmore Lost Championship
1988   6-2 1st 4-0 2-2 121 119 Glen Little Lost Championship
1989   1-7 6th 0-4 1-3 80 102 Glen Little Missed playoffs
Total 3 seasons 9-13   5-6 4-7 284 318    

Playoff results

Season Game Visiting Home
1987 Semifinals Washington 20 Philadelphia 15
Championship Baltimore 11 Washington 10
1988 Championship New Jersey 17 Washington 16

References

  1. ^ "BOX LACROSSE". The Washington Post. 2004. 


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