Chaos Lacrosse Club

The Chaos Lacrosse Club is a professional men's field lacrosse team in Premier Lacrosse League (PLL). The Chaos are one of the six founding members of the PLL for the 2019 season. Notable players include Miles Thompson, Connor Fields, Blaze Riorden, Deemer Class, Josh Byrne, and Jared Neumann.

Chaos
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Full nameChaos Lacrosse Club
Founded2019
LeaguePremier Lacrosse League
Colors       
Head coachAndy Towers
ChampionshipsNone
WebsiteChaos LC

RosterEdit

2020 Chaos Lacrosse Club
No. Name Nation­ality Position Height Weight College Grad Year High School Hometown Ref.
0 Blaze Riorden   Goalie 6 ft 3 in 215 lbs Albany 2016 Fairport Fairport, New York

[1]

2 Miles Thompson   Attack 5 ft 10 in 190 lbs Albany 2016 Lafayette Onondaga, New York

[2]

4 Eric Scott   Midfield 5 ft 11 in 190 lbs Yale 2017 Ridge Basking Ridge, New Jersey

[3]

5 Connor Fields   Attack 5 ft 11 in 160 lbs Albany 2018 Bishop Timon – St. Jude East Amherst, New York

[4]

10 Deemer Class   Midfield 5 ft 11 in 200 lbs Duke 2016 Loyola Blakefield Baltimore, Maryland

[5]

16 Mark Glicini   Midfield 6 ft 1 in 195 lbs Yale 2016 Deerfield Mahwah, New Jersey

[6]

17 Austin Henningsen*   Faceoff 6 ft 1 in 205 lbs Maryland 2019 Northport Northport, New York
18 Johnny Surdick   Defense 6 ft 4 in 215 lbs Army 2019 DeMatha Odenton, Maryland

[7]

22 Josh Byrne   Attack 6 ft 3 in 200 lbs Hofstra 2017 New Westminster New Westminster, British Columbia

[8]

24 Thomas Kelly   Faceoff 6 ft 0 in 215 lbs Virginia 2011 Rocky Point Rocky Point, New York

[9]

27 Kevin Buchanan   Midfield 5 ft 10 in 185 lbs Ohio State 2008 Calvert Hall Cockeysville, Maryland

[10]

34 Patrick Resch   Midfield 6 ft 3 in 205 lbs Dartmouth 2015 La Salle Flourtown, Pennsylvania

[11]

37 Dillon Ward   Goalie 6 ft 5 in 195 lbs Bellarmine 2013 The Hill Academy Orangeville, Ontario
44 Matt Rees   LSM 6 ft 4 in 220 lbs Navy 2017 Boys' Latin Sykesville, Maryland

[12]

45 Jason Noble*   Defense 5 ft 10 in 165 lbs Cornell 2013 The Hill Academy Orangeville, Ontario
48 Sergio Salcido   Midfield 5 ft 7 in 170 lbs Syracuse 2017 Winter Park Winter Park, Florida
54 Jake Froccaro   Midfield 6 ft 1 in 195 lbs Villanova 2017 Paul D. Schreiber Sands Point, New York

[13]

57 Dan Coates*   Defense 6 ft 0 in 190 lbs Canisius 2011 West Park St. Catharines, Ontario

[14]

71 Curtis Dickson   Attack 6 ft 2 in 205 lbs Delaware 2010 Riverside Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

[15]

77 Troy Reh   LSM 5 ft 11 in 185 lbs Albany 2018 Rocky Point Rocky Point, New York

[16]

83 Austin Staats   Attack 6 ft 0 in 200 lbs Onondaga 2018 Assumption Six Nations, Ontario

[17]

88 Jarrod Neumann   Defense 6 ft 4 in 220 lbs Providence 2017 Bridgton Academy Northampton, Massachusetts

[18]

92 Dhane Smith   Midfield 6 ft 3 in 195 lbs Conestoga College N/A Kitchener–Waterloo Kitchener, Ontario

[19]

94 Tyson Bell   Defense 6 ft 2 in 200 lbs Onondaga 2015 Denis Morris St.Catharines, Ontario

[20]

99 Jack Rowlett   Defense 6 ft 1 in 195 lbs North Carolina 2019 Robinson Burke, Virginia

[21]

*Indicates member of restricted roster

Source:[22]

Coaching staffEdit

  • Head Coach - Andy Towers
  • Assistant Coach - Ryan Curtis
  • Assistant Coach - Matt Panetta

All-time Draft selectionsEdit

2019

Rnd. Pick # Player Pos. College Conf. 2019 Accolades
1 6 Johnny Surdick Defense Army Patriot League Schmeisser Award Winner (National Defenseman of the Year), First-Team All-American, Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team Patriot League
2 7 Jack Rowlett Defense North Carolina Atlantic Coast Conference Third-Team All-American, First-Team ACC
3 18 Greyson Torain Midfield Navy Patriot League First-Team Patriot League
4 19 Austin Henningsen Faceoff Maryland Big Ten Conference


2020 Entry Draft

The 2020 player entry draft occurred on March 16 for teams to select players arriving from rival Major League Lacrosse. On March 4, Paul Burmeister and NBCSN hosted an entry draft lottery for selection order. Out of 100 balls to select from, Waterdogs had 40, Chrome had 25, Atlas had 15, Archers had 10, Chaos had 6, Redwoods had 3, and the champion Whipsnakes had 1.

Rob Pannell was announced to be transferring to the PLL on March 9, followed by 15 other players the following day, which comprised the selection pool for the entry draft. A total of 14 players were selected in the entry draft with remaining new players entering the league player pool.

Draft results
Rnd. Pick # PLL Team Player Pos. College
1 7 Chaos Dillon Ward Goalie Bellarmine
2 14 Chaos Jason Noble Midfield Cornell

2020 College Draft

Rnd. Pick # PLL Team Player Pos. College Conference Notes
1 5 Chaos Matt Gaudet Attack Yale Ivy League
2 12 Chaos Jeff Teat Attack Cornell Ivy League

Season resultsEdit

2019
Week Location Date Opponent Result
1 Boston, Massachusetts June 2, 2019 Whipsnakes L 14-15 (OT)
2 New York, New York June 9, 2019 Atlas W 18–13
3 Chicago, Illinois June 15, 2019 Redwoods W 12–11 (OT)
4 Baltimore, Maryland June 23, 2019 Archers W 14–13
5 Atlanta, Georgia June 29, 2019 Chrome W 15–14 (OT)
6 Washington, DC July 7, 2019 Chrome L 11-19
All-Star Break Los Angeles, California July 21, 2019 All-Star Game N/A
7 Denver, Colorado July 27, 2019 Whipsnakes W 13-12
8 San Jose, California August 10, 2019 Redwoods W 13–10
9 Hamilton, Ontario August 17, 2019 Archers W 11-10 (OT)
10 Albany, New York August 25, 2019 Atlas L 9-12
Playoffs Round 1 Columbus, Ohio September 6–7, 2019 Whipsnakes L 7-15
Playoffs Round 2 New York, New York September 14, 2019 Redwoods L 7-10
2020
Game Location Date Opponent Result
1 Herriman, Utah July 25, 2020 Chrome L 9–13
2 Herriman, Utah July 29, 2020 Redwoods L 7–8
3 Herriman, Utah July 31, 2020 Whipsnakes L 7–12
4 Herriman, Utah August 1, 2020 Waterdogs L 9–10
5 (Elimination) Herriman, Utah August 4, 2020 Chrome W 19–14
6 (Semifinal) Herriman, Utah August 6, 2020 Archers W 13–9
7 (PLL Championship) Herriman, Utah August 9, 2020 Whipsnakes L 6–12

PLL Award WinnersEdit

Dave Pietramala Defensive Player of the Year

  • Jarrod Neumann: 2019

Oren Lyons Goalie of the Year

Dick Edell Coach of the Year

Jimmy Regan Teammate of the Year

Head coachesEdit

# Name Term Regular Season Playoffs
GP W L Pct GP W L Pct
1 Andy Towers 2019- 14 7 7 .500 5 2 3 .400

All-time record vs. PLL ClubsEdit

Opponent Won Lost Percentage Streak
Archers 3 0 1.000 Won 3
Atlas 1 1 .500 Lost 1
Cannons 0 0 -
Chrome 2 2 .500 Won 1
Redwoods 2 2 .500 Lost 2
Waterdogs 0 1 .000 Lost 1
Whipsnakes 1 4 .200 Lost 3
Totals 9 10 .474


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/blaze-riorden
  2. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/miles-thompson
  3. ^ http://www.yalebulldogs.com/sports/m-lacros/2016-17/bios/scott_eric_nu8o?view=bio
  4. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/connor-fields
  5. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/deemer-class
  6. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/mark-glicini
  7. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/johnny29052019235623
  8. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/josh-byrne
  9. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/thomas-kelly
  10. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/kevin-buchanan
  11. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/patrick-resch
  12. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/matt-rees
  13. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/jake-froccaro
  14. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/dan-coates
  15. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/curtis-dickson
  16. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/troy-reh
  17. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/austin-staats
  18. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/chaos
  19. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/dhane-smith
  20. ^ https://www.premierlacrosseleague.com/person/tyson-bell
  21. ^ https://goheels.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=15999
  22. ^ "https://twitter.com/pllchaos/status/1278723867175862272". Twitter. Retrieved 2020-07-03. External link in |title= (help)