PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field." />
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  • PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

    PISCATAWAY, NJ – Keith Cromwell, the all-time leading scorer in Rutgers men’s lacrosse history, added a Major League Lacrosse Championship to his already-impressive resume. Cromwell and the Philadelphia Barrage defeated the Boston Cannons, 13-11, on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Boston’s Nickerson Field.

    The MLL title is the first for Philadelphia, a charter member of the league four years ago. In the championship game, Cromwell had three points (two assists, one goal) and finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer with 53 points (27 goals, two two-point goals, 24 assists). He was sixth in the league in points and tied for fourth in assists.

    At Rutgers, Cromwell, a native of Hicksville, NY, was a scoring sensation from the first day he stepped on the field. His named is painted throughout the RU record books, as he is among the top five in six all-time offensive categories, including total points (first, 266), goals (first, 152), assists (third, 114) and single-season goals (fourth, 44, 1999).

    A three-time USILA All-America selection, Cromwell finished his career “on the Banks” in 2001 and was the seventh overall pick in the inaugural MLL draft. He also plays indoor lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings.

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