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Duke in Major League Lacrosse Update
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 06/25/2013
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DURHAM, N.C.—Nine former Blue Devils players and two assistant coaches are suiting up for teams in Major League Lacrosse this season. Three former Duke players – Ned Crotty, Zack Greer and Michael Manley – recently were voted to the MLL All-Star Team.

Justin Turri and Greer both have helped lead the Denver Outlaws to a perfect 8-0 record to sit atop the standings, while three other Blue Devils are keeping the Charlotte Hounds in the playoff hunt. Here is an overall breakdown of how the Blue Devils have fared in the first half of the MLL season.

Joe Cinosky- Charlotte
- Has picked up 10 ground balls and one goal in six games played

CJ Costabile- New York
- Has played in seven games, scoring two goals and two assists for four points
- Tied for fourth on the team with 17 ground balls

Matt Danowski- Attack- Charlotte Hounds
- Owns 18 goals, including three two-point goals, and four assists for 25 points in just six games
- Ranks sixth in scoring in the MLL with his 25 points and is third among all attackmen
- Leads his team to fourth in the MLL standings at 4-4
- Named MLL Warrior Offensive Player of the Week after notching four goals and seven points overall  in an overtime win over Chesapeake

John Galloway – Goaltender – Rochester
- Is 3-4 between the pipes with a 12.60 goals against average and a .548 save percentage
- Team is 3-5 and seventh in the MLL standings

Zack Greer- Denver
- Has 13 goals and six assists for 19 points in just five games played
- Has helped guide Denver to atop the standings with an 8-0 record
- Owns two game-winning goals in his five outings and six ground balls

David Lawson- Rochester
- Made his debut in MLL with the Rattlers June 15
- Scored a goal in his first game and has two overall in his two outings

Michael Manley- Defense- Rochester
- Has grabbed 7 ground balls and one goal in his seven outings with the Rattlers.
- Team is 3-5 and seventh in the MLL standings

Tom Montelli- Rochester
- Played in seven games and picked up 18 ground balls
- Owns one goal in his seven outings

Jake Tripucka- Charlotte
- Made his debut with the Hounds June 15
- Scored his first MLL goal in the overtime win over Chesapeake

Justin Turri- Denver
- Has registered eight goals, including two two-point tallies, and four assists for 14 points
- The 14 points are a career best after he had nine in his rookie season with Charlotte
- Has guided squad to a perfect 8-0 mark to top the standings