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Template:Infobox Lacrosse Player/American Singer-Songwriter Michael "Mikey" Powell (born October 29, 1982) is one of the most decorated lacrosse players in NCAA history in the last decade. A four-time First Team All-American at Syracuse University, Powell is the only player to win the Jack Turnbull Award as the top attackman in Division I lacrosse four consecutive times. Powell was also a four-time finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy, the lacrosse equivalent of the Heisman Trophy, and is the only player to win the award twice.[1] He led Syracuse to two national championships and holds the school record for most career points. Contents 1 High school career 2 College career 2.1 2001 season 2.2 2002 season 2.3 2003 season 2.4 2004 season 3 Post-collegiate lacrosse career 4 Personal 5 Statistics 5.1 NCAA 5.2 MLL 6 Awards 7 References 8 See also 9 External links // High school career Powell attended Carthage Senior High School in Carthage, New York, where he was a high school All-American.[2] He set the New York State high school records for most points in a season with 194 points in 2000, most points in a game with 15 points in 2000, and most assists in a season with 120 assists in 1999 and 115 in 2000.[3] College career Powell enrolled at Syracuse in the fall of 2000 as one of the most anticipated recruits in college lacrosse history. He wore the #22 Syracuse jersey, the same number previously worn by both of his older brothers Casey Powell and Ryan Powell, and by lacrosse legends Gary Gait and Charlie Lockwood.[4] 2001 season In his freshman season, Powell tallied 30 goals, 40 assists, and 69 groundballs while leading Syracuse to the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship title game against Princeton University. In the championship game, he scored an unassisted goal with just 16 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime, but Syracuse ultimately lost to Princeton on a B.J. Prager goal. Powell became the first player in Syracuse lacrosse history to be named a First Team All-American as a freshman. He was also awarded the Jack Turnbull Award as the nation's top attackman, and was a finalist for the inaugural Tewaaraton Trophy[5]. 2002 season In 2002, Powell tallied 42 goals and 42 assists en route to leading Syracuse to a national championship. With four goals and three assists in the championship game, he was named the NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player and won his first Tewaaraton Trophy. 2003 season Powell missed the fall 2002 semester and fall practice at Syracuse but was able to regain academic eligibility before the 2003 lacrosse season. Despite the aggressive defenses that targeted him during the season,[6] he helped lead Syracuse to the Final Four for the 21st consecutive time, where Syracuse eventually fell to Johns Hopkins University 19-8 in the semifinals. 2004 season Michael Powell scores for Syracuse As a senior, Powell led the Orange to their ninth NCAA championship. In the NCAA tournament, Syracuse defeated top-seeded Johns Hopkins in the semifinal round 15-9 and then beat second-seeded Navy in the championship game 14-13. On the season, Powell scored 89 points, surpassing the Syracuse record shared by his two older brothers to become the all-time leading scorer at Syracuse with 307 points. That number ties him for fourth all-time in NCAA history. Powell was again selected as a First Team All-American, becoming just the fourth lacrosse player to earn that recognition four times, and won his second Tewaaraton Trophy.[7] Post-collegiate lacrosse career Following his graduation, Powell surprised many in the lacrosse community when he chose not to play professional lacrosse for Major League Lacrosse in the 2004 season. Instead, he pursued a career as a professional musician. Powell, along with his two older brothers, also signed an endorsement contract with lacrosse equipment manufacturer Brine, Corp., with Mike working out of Brine's west coast office. Casey and Ryan had previously been employed by Warrior Lacrosse. In 2005, Powell joined the MLL and was drafted by the Baltimore Bayhawks, where he and teammate Gary Gait led the Bayhawks to the league championship. Powell also played in the MLL All-Star Game, where he was selected as MVP. He sat out the 2006 MLL season. On March 21, 2007, Powell, along with Ben DeFelice and a 2008 conditional draft choice, was traded from the Baltimore Bayhawks to the Boston Cannons in exchange for Ryan Curtis and Conor Gill.[8] Powell was a member of U.S. World Team in the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship, where he was the U.S.'s leading scorer and was selected to the All-World Team. The U.S. team fell to Canada in the championship game, 15-10, marking the second time the Americans had lost to the Canadians in 14 contests. Personal Powell is a traveling musician and a prolific writer with over two hundred songs in his holster.[9] As authentic as a performer can be. He has traveled the country for the past three years playing in every folk house, honky-tonk, and coffee shop he can find. Heavily influenced by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, John Prine, and Townes Van Zandt. He has released two albums since becoming a solo performer, "Replevin" in 2009 and "The Night The Date Was Tied" in 2010. In October of 2010 he will release his third album. In addition to his older brothers, Casey and Ryan, Mike also has a younger brother, Mason. Statistics NCAA     Regular Season   Season Team GP G A Pts 2001 Syracuse 16 30 40 70 2002 Syracuse 17 42 42 84 2003 Syracuse 16 31 33 64 2004 Syracuse 17 47 42 89 NCAA Totals 66 150 157 307 MLL     Regular Season   Playoffs Season Team GP G 2ptG A Pts LB PIM GP G 2ptG A Pts LB PIM 2005 Baltimore 11 27 0 17 44 25 0.5 2 6 0 3 9 3 0 2007 Boston 12 27 0 21 48 17 6.5 - - - - - - - 2008 Boston 8 18 0 15 33 21 6.5 - - - - - - - MLL Totals 31 72 0 53 125 63 14 2 6 0 3 9 3 0 Awards Preceded by Doug Shanahan Men's Tewaaraton Trophy 2002 Succeeded by Chris Rotelli Preceded by Chris Rotelli Men's Tewaaraton Trophy 2004 Succeeded by Kyle Harrison Preceded by Ryan Powell Jack Turnbull Award 2001, 2002, 2003, & 2004 Succeeded by Matt Danowski Preceded by Gary Gait Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game MVP 2005 Succeeded by Kevin Cassese References ^ Lacrosse: E-Lacrosse's The Latest Spin with Mike Spinner ^ http://www.insidelacrosse.com/page.cfm?PageRID=131028 ^ http://www.nysphsaa.org/records/b_lax.asp ^ Syracuse.com's Printer-Friendly Page ^ SU Athletics - Michael Powell Named Attackman of the Year ^ For the fourth year, all eyes are on Michael Powell - and that's just the way he likes it - 2004 Lacrosse Guide ^ SU Athletics - Powell Wins Tewaaraton Trophy for Second Time in His Career ^ majorleaguelacrosse.com: Press Releases ^ http://www.politerebel.com See also Casey Powell Ryan Powell NCAA Men's Division I Lacrosse Records Syracuse Orange men's lacrosse External links Official website Persondata Name Powell, Michael Alternative names Short description Lacrosse player Date of birth October 29, 1982 Place of birth Watertown, New York Date of death Place of death