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  • (May 26, 2017)… David Grieco will celebrate his 21st season as a Rochester Knighthawks fan in 2018. A lot has changed in the National Lacrosse League and with Grieco since he started coming to games in 1998.First off, the Knighthawks have won three more championships since then. Secondly, David met and married Sheryle Reynolds, a devout Philadelphia Wings fan, and relocated from Rochester to Lafayette Hill, Pa. But more on his lacrosse union later in the story.Now living and working in the Ph

  • (May 25, 2017)… The Rochester Knighthawks Charitable Foundation presented Veterans Outreach Center (VOC) with a check today for $17,500. The record amount was raised at the Knighthawks’ annual Military Appreciation Night on March 25.The event, which was supported by Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning, generated funds for the VOC through a jersey auction and from the sale of exclusive Military Night merchandise. This year’s total shattered the previous mark of $7,460.31, which was raised

  • (May 24, 2017)… The Rochester Knighthawks named team Athlete Performance Coach Dan Noble the 2017 winner of the Seventh Man award. In his first year in Rochester, he went above and beyond the call of duty, taking the Knighthawks’ offseason training and in-season workouts to a new level.“I definitely never expected it,” said Noble about receiving the recognition. “I put my heart into everything I do. It means a lot to me that the players could see that and see how much I cared about the

  • (May 23, 2017)… The Rochester Knighthawks recognized three players today for their service to the Rochester community during the 2017 season. Brad Gillies, Dan Lomas and Luke Laszkiewicz were named the co-winners of the Diamond Packaging Community Service Award. The players were rewarded for their commitment to growing the game in the Rochester area, and for their countless hours spent doing community outreach programs. Visiting dozens of schools throughout the year, Gillies, Lomas and Laszkie

  • (May 23, 2017)… The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame announced today that former Rochester Knighthawks forward Casey Powell has been named one of nine members of the Class of 2017. The official induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, Sept. 23, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md. Read the official US Lacrosse press release. “Casey is one of the best to ever play this game,” said Knighthawks forward Dan Dawson. “He is a true competitor and great ambassador for the sport.” Powel

  • (May 22, 2017)… The Rochester Knighthawks announced the 2017 winner of the team’s Wolf Pack award, which recognizes heart and dedication to the team. This year, the honor was bestowed upon Knighthawks transition man Andrew Suitor. “He is the ultimate team guy and will do whatever it takes to win,” said Knighthawks defenseman Paul Dawson. In 2017, Suitor posted one goal, two assists and 43 loose balls in his first season in Rochester. The 28-year-old also played in 12 games, which doubled

  • (May 19, 2017)... Melanie Childers loves watching the action of professional indoor lacrosse from her front-row seats at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. The longtime season ticket holder has cheered for her favorite team, the Rochester Knighthawks, ever since she first walked into the downtown rink for a game back in 1999. Along with her husband, Jason, the Childers are definitely among the most loyal and devoted fans. On game nights, Melanie is often dressed in her Pat O’

  • (May 17, 2017)… The Rochester Knighthawks announced today that Graeme Hossack has been named the 2017 winner of the team’s Best Defenseman award. “There are a lot of good defensemen on the Knighthawks, so it’s awesome to be named the winner in only my second year,” he said. “I wasn’t really expecting it, but I am honored.” In 2017, the Port Perry, Ontario native led the Knighthawks with 125 loose balls and 29 forced turnovers. He capped off the year by scoring the empty-net game-

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