• (May 30, 2016)… New York Yankees great Mariano Rivera will headline the Rochester Press-Radio Club’s 67th Day of Champions on Tuesday, May 31st at the Joseph Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center. Prior to the festivities and awards, sports fans can meet Rochester Knighthawks forward Joe Walters and Knighthawks Hall of Famer Jody Gage at the VIP Reception. The duo will sign autographs and meet fans from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The dinner begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. This past season, Walt

  • (May 27, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks players will get back to work as Major Series Lacrosse opens its season with eight games next week. In all, 21 Knighthawks will play in the MSL this summer as they battle for the coveted Mann Cup. “I am really looking forward to this season,” said Scott Self. “We fell short of our goal last year, but we have our core group back and some talented rookies. We'd love nothing more than to win a Mann Cup in Peterborough. It won't be easy as every team

  • (May 25, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks presented the Veterans Outreach Center (VOC) with a check today for nearly $7,500. The money was raised at the Knighthawks’ annual Military Appreciation Night, which was brought to you by Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning. The game on April 16th was one of the highlights of the 2016 season. “To give back to our troops, our veterans and those who are serving is something we take great pride in,” said Knighthawks forward Joe Walters. “I am a b

  • (May 24, 2016)… The 2016 season was one that featured numerous milestones as Rochester Knighthawks players garnered team and league recognition for their accomplishments. Dan Dawson made the biggest splash as he became only the fifth player in National Lacrosse League history to eclipse 1,200 points. His biggest feat, however, occurred on April 23rd when he played in his 231st straight game to pass Shawn Williams as the league’s Ironman. Cody Jamieson, who led the team with 99 points, also

  • (May 20, 2016)… Ever since they were young boys growing up in Six Nations, Cody Jamieson and Sid Smith have always played together. They have traveled the same path to the Rochester Knighthawks, playing on the same minor, junior, senior, and university teams. It was only fitting then that on May 13th, Jamieson and Smith were both inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Hall of Fame. The Knighthawks stars were honored, along with three other former Onondaga Community Coll

  • (May 17, 2016)… It didn’t take Stephen Keogh long to get a feel for the outdoor game. In his return to Major League Lacrosse, he scored four times to lead the Charlotte Hounds to a 12-10 victory over the Florida Launch. “It was a great win for us on Saturday. We came out a little bit flat in the first half, but battled back in the second half,” he said. “Our defense played great and we started clicking offensively in the second half. Hopefully, it continues heading into this weekend.

  • By Mitch Courtney – Derek Searle’s time with the Rochester Knighthawks has certainly been a thrill to him, although he is no stranger to professional sports. His father, Tom, played professional hockey and spent the majority of his career in Austria. In 19 career games with the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League, Derek’s father tallied two goals and four assists. However, his fortunes changed when he made the switch to play in Austria in 1993. In 435 games, the elder Searle s