Mavs Black at The Chill

 Mavs Black Chillin'

Fall Foliage Tournament

 ORANGE MAVS Fall Foliage Action


Spring into Summer Tournament
Mavs White made it to the finals and lost 5-4


Spring into Summer Tournament Update:


In a tough bracket, Green went 3-1 on the day and narrowly missed the playoffs.


Team Orange had an outstanding day.  They went 4-0 in round robin play and found their way into the finals against Mass Elite.  Although they came up short, their Runner-up effort is outstanding.  We are hoping this finish will build confidence as they go for the gold this Saturday in the MGLL Championship!  Congrats to Lisa and Jess on a great day!


With the MIAA tournament still in full swing, the Maverick high school rosters were somewhat depleted. However, both teams still managed good outings.  White went 2-2 in round robin action.  This was good for a Final invitation.  They fought back from an early deficit to fall short by 1.  Congrats to EJ and Paul on their Tournament runner-up success!


Ashley and Meg’s Yellow team were flying high on Sunday.  They faired extremely well in 3 of their games on the day.  A tough private school team from the Rhode Island was their only hiccup.  They finished 3-1 and were happy about the effort put forth especially in a tough bracket.


Dan and Jill’s Black team along with Kristin’s Blue teams competed in all 4 games.  They both finished the day 2-2 respectively.


MM Red also drew a tough road in their round robin action.  Congrats to Coach Katelyn and her red players on mustering a solid victory in game 2 and a tie in game 3.  They worked hard from start to finish and the team improved throughout the day.


MM Silver had a successful day as well.  They went 4-0 through the first 4 teams.  They held off a charging Mass Elite team by 1 goal in the finals to capture the Spring Into Summer Championship!


Thanks to all of the families who put on a terrific spread at the Maverick Tournament Home Base.


WINTER BLAST Tournament - A HUGE Success
The Second Annual Winter Blast, held at The Edge, Bedford Ma proves to be great fun and great lacrosse!

With many close games, the second annual WINTER BLAST tournament proved to be a great experience for all who participated. Held on January 21st, the all day event was full of hot competition inspite of the frigid winter temperatures outside.  To view more action from the day, please click HERE. 

Mavericks Dominate at TURKEY RUN TOURNEY

       What has become a day after Thanksgiving tradition for Mass Mavericks, Turkey Run 2012 proved to be quite a success... 

A total of 5 Maverick teams earned spots in the finals for their separate divisions. Trailing by 1,  our Maverick WHITE hit the crossbar with 2 seconds in the final, narrowly missing the equalizer that would have sent them into championship overtime.  Although they came up one goal short, their runner-up efforts was certainly something to cheer!   Congratulations goes out also to our GREEN and SILVER teams as they took home the crown in the 5/6th and 7/8th grade divisions respectively.  It’s great to see hard paying off!


On October 21st, at THE CHILL tournament in Devens MA, Yellow Mavericks won the tournament championship for their age group.  

Congratulations to Coach Mabardy, Coach Ottolini and all the Yellow players on a great performance. 


WINTER BLAST... Second Annual Indoor Lacrosse Tournament




Sponsored by Mass Mavericks Girls Lacrosse Club.

Monday, January 21, 2013 

at “The EDGE”

191 Hartwell Ave. Bedford, MA 





While the players enjoyed meeting new friends and playing with different players, the coaches equally enjoyed working with athletes from other teams.  Although three teams wore crowned Winter Blast Champs from their respective divisions, all teams had found solid competition throughout the day.  Additionally, we hope all players met new friends and learned a bit more about their own game.  

The Chill Division pitted Below Zero against the undefeated Team Brisk.  The teams traded goals throughout the game.  With no time on the clock and their team trailing by 1, Below Zero's Nicole Kelly was awarded a free position with no time left on the clock.  Without hesitation she buried  the shot and sent her team into overtime.  The sudden victory overtime period did not disappoint.  Highlighted by 3 goalie saves in back and forth action, Brisk's Nicole Foster scored the game winner 90 seconds into extra time.  The goal granted victory to Brisk and capped off an undefeated 5-0 day.  
The 7th grade Cold Division hosted a nail biting semi-final and final.  After close semi-final games, Alaska and Siberia faced off in the Winter Blast Cold Division Championship game.  The teams had played to a 12-10 Siberia win during round robin action.  Their rematch proved to be just as close.  With fast transitions and solid ball movement by both teams, Alaska had a slight edge going into halftime.  But with only four minutes left in the game, Siberia came from behind to tie the game.  In just ticks after the equalizer, thanks to an Alaska triple team, Siberia turned the ball over.  Alaska capitalized and notched the game winner with under a minute in the game.  Siberia had one last chance but was denied.  Alaska, sitting on a 1 goal lead mustered a 45 minute stall to capture the crown!      

Only 1 goal separated the 5/6th grade divisional Championship.  After trailing by 3 goals at half, the 2nd seeded Popsicles roared back to a 1 goal win to ice the victory for the underdog.  Ice Ice Baby played well in the losing effort.  An excellent job was turned in by GK Lulu! Under coach Jamie Dolan, the runner-ups enjoyed a fun and eventful day!  Congrats to Coach Julie and Coach Liz and to the Champion Popsicles!  Both teams played an outstanding game!  
Congrats on a great day to all participants!    
Mavericks are excited to announce Kristin Igoe as Head Coach of MAVERICKS BLUE TEAM

Igoe, Boston College stand out player, USA TEAM player and nominee of prestigious Tewaaraton Award, named as MAVERICK HEAD COACH OF HIGH SCHOOL TEAM.

Graduate student Kristin Igoe was been named a 2012 Tewaaraton Award nominee. She is one of 10 ACC student-athletes that have been nominated for the prestigious award.  She is excited to now be taking on a more significant role with Mass Mavericks as Head Coach of Mavericks Blue Team.

Igoe, a native of Framingham, Mass., was recently named to the 2012 All-ACC Team, making Boston College and ACC history by earning the accolade for her fourth-consecutive year. 

First presented in 2001, the Tewaaraton Award is recognized as the preeminent lacrosse award, annually honoring the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. Endorsed by the Mohawk Nation Council of Elders and US Lacrosse, the Tewaaraton Award symbolizes lacrosse’s centuries-old roots in Native American heritage. The Tewaaraton Foundation ensures the integrity and advances the mission of this award.



Mavs Coach Jamie Dolan & Westchester Univeristy play in NCAA DII Finals
Division II Lacrosse Finals held May 19th

Although they didn’t take it all, Mavs Coach Jamie Dolan and 7th Ranked Westchester University were in the Division II FINALS.  Losing in a VERY CLOSE championship game 17 to 16 to CW Post, the Westchester team hung in their right until the end. CONGRATULATIONS TO COACH JAMIE for being in the NCAA Division II Lacrosse FINALS and for an incredibly successful season!!! 

Massachusetts Girls Lacrosse League: The Inaugural Season
MGLL has a successful first season.

MGLL:  Full Speed Sports & Mass Mavericks are excited to be sponsoring the MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS LACROSSE LEAGUE (MGLL).  This is the area’s first travel spring league. The 8 week season runs from April to June provides to be an opportunity for competitive lacrosse. The inaugural season of 2012 was a huge success.  

For more information about the league, the schedule, game results, team standings, directions to fields and more go to the the MGLL web page which can be found at FullSpeedSports.com or by clicking  HERE.

Or contact info@fullspeedsports.com if you are interested in participating in the league as a team or as a individual free agent.