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Denver Outlaws Lose 13-11 to Chesapeake BayHawks in Final Game of the Regular Season

September 20, 2019 - Major League Lacrosse (MLL) - Denver Outlaws News Release

DENVER - The Denver Outlaws (9-7) lost 13-11 to the Chesapeake Bayhawks (10-6) on Friday night in Annapolis, Md., in the team's final game of the regular season. Denver will enter the postseason as either the No. 2 or No. 3 seed depending on results from tomorrow's games around the league.

MLL Championship Weekend will be hosted in Denver this season for the first time in the league's 19-year history. The two semifinals games will be played on Friday, Oct. 4, at the University of Denver's Peter Barton Stadium, and the championship game will be played on Sunday, Oct. 6, at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. All three games will be nationally televised live on ESPN2.

Denver led 3-1 early in Friday's game but would not hold another lead after the 2:19 mark of the first quarter. The Bayhawks held a 6-5 lead at the half, and opened the third quarter with a 4-0 scoring run to open up a 10-5 advantage. The Outlaws used a pair of two-point goals in the fourth quarter to make it a two-point game, but ultimately saw their comeback fall short.

Making his first career start, second-year goalie Christian Knight recorded eight saves on 20 shots. Rookie attackman Kyle Marr led the Outlaws with five points (3 goals, 1 2pt. goal, 1 assist) and defenseman Andrew Newbold totaled four points (2 goals, 1 2pt. goal, 1 assist). In his MLL debut, first-year attackman Kohta Kurashima became the first ever Japanese-born player to score a goal in an MLL game.

Photos from Friday's game are available for media use at majorleaguelacrosse.com with the password MLL2019.

Denver Outlaws Year-by-Year Results

Year Record Result

2006* 10-2 Lost Championship

2007* 7-5 Lost Semifinal

2008* 8-4 Lost Championship

2009* 9-3 Lost Championship

2010* 8-4 Lost Semifinal

2011* 7-5 Lost Semifinal

2012* 11-3 Lost Championship

2013* 14-0 Lost Semifinal

2014* 9-5 Won Championship

2015 7-7 Missed Playoffs

2016* 8-6 Won Championship

2017* 9-5 Lost Championship

2018* 8-6 Won Championship

2019* 9-7 TBD

*denotes postseason berth


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