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Peter Baum

All Fight No Flight Moment : Sticking to your guns and doing what you think is right in the face of all the doubters, criticizers and skeptics. My AFNF moments are defined by taking the road less traveled, by making unconventional choices, and working hard to justify them.

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Hometown: Portland Current City: San Diego, CA Title: Adrenaline Marketing Producer, Adrenaline Athlete, STX Athlete College: Colgate University

Accolades:2012 Tewaaraton Trophy Winner - 3x USILA All American - 2012 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year - 2012 USILA First Team All American - 2012 Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award Winner - 4x First Team All Patriot League - #1 Pick 2013 MLL Draft - LXM Pro Team STX

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Joe Walters

All Fight No Flight Moment : Want to know what my AFNF moment is? Well it's to long to fit in this section so look below to find my complete All Fight No Flight Moment.

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My All Fight No Flight moment is from the 2014 NLL Championship. Down 1-0 in the series, we returned home needing to win game 2 then the deciding 10 minute mini-game. We won the game handily, but went down 2-0 in the mini-game with under 3 minutes to play. Our team was beginning to lose hope, and in need of something to spark us. I hit a teammate with a pass from the midline to get us on the board, and although it sounds cliche, I got lost in the game; scoring the tying goal and assisting on the championship winning goal. When I watch the replay I get goosebumps every time, as we won our 3rd straight title.

 

 My Essential Item:

*White Mamba Socks (comfortable and go with everything)

*So Nice Crewneck

 

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 His career at Maryland was nothing short of remarkable, as he became UMD’s all-time leader in goals and points with 153 and 227, respectively. His senior year performance earned him his second First Team All-American selection, first ACC Player of the Year award, and the prestigious Turnball Award (best attackman in the country). He was considered the top shooter in the sport of lacrosse and developed into one of the top feeders in the game, all while still playing at the collegiate level.  The summer before his senior season Walters was selected as the only collegiate player to the US Men’s National team. 

         At the pro level, Walters has been a MLL All-Star in seven out of eight seasons for three different squads; Rochester Rattlers, Hamilton Nationals, and more recently the Chesapeake Bayhawks. He is a two-time MLL champion and led the Rochester Rattlers to their first championship as a franchise in 2008. Walters is also a three-time NLL champion with the Rochester Knighthawks. Their latest and most recent championship can be accredited to Walters’ toughness in the final minutes of the game, as he had the last three points (1,2) to bring his team back from behind, win the ‘ship and the game’s MVP. Walters has honed his indoor craft and worked his way to the top of the game as, arguably, one of the top five American offensive players in the NLL today.

Accolades: All Time Leading Point Scorer, U of Maryland. - 2006 USA Team - #1 Draft Pick, MLL - NLL 3x Champs - 2x NCAA 1st Team All American - 2x NCAA Tewaaraton Trophy Semifinalist - ACC Player of the Year - ACC Tournament MVP

 

Ty Thompson

All Fight No Flight Moment : Coming Soon

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My Adrenaline Essential Item has got to be the Adrenaline Performance Tank in Black. You can check it out here

Bio :

Ty Thompson’s Native American name - DAYODAGONAY, meaning- “He Carries the Fire”, seems to fit him perfectly as he has proven the significance in passing the torch to the next generation of lacrosse players.

He was acquired 28th overall in the 2014 Collegiate Draft and is looking to make an impact on a very talented Rochester Rattlers squad that sits at 7-3, with 5 games left in the regular season.

Finished the 2014 NCAA Season at the University of Albany with 41 goals and 12 assists for 53 points, adding 19 ground balls. Completed his career at the Univeristy of Albany with 154 goals, ranked 4th all time in UAlbany history.

Accolades: 2x All-American Honorable Mention - 2x All-American East Second Team Attackman - 2011 America East Conference All-Rookie Team

 

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