#22 - Ryan Powell
Position: A
Hometown: Carthage, N.Y.
College: Syracuse '00

U.S. Team

  • Playing on second U.S. team (2006, 2010)
  • Was Team USA's second-leading scorer with 28 points (17g, 11a) at the 2006 world championship
  • Had five goals in a win over England and two goals and five assists in a win over Australia
  • Two goals and two assists in the championship game against Canada
  • Third member of his family to play for two U.S. teams as he was teammates with brothers Casey (1998) and Michael (2002) on the 2006 team.


  • Six-time MLL All-Star
  • Named 2006 MLL MVP and 2006 MLL Offensive Player of the Year with the San Francisco Dragons, the only player to do so in the same season and the first player to be named MLL MVP twice (also named in 2001)
  • All-time leading scorer in goals and assists for the Rochester Rattlers (2001-2005)
  • Through eight seasons in the MLL he had 190 career goals and 180 career assists
  • Career-high 34 goals with San Francisco in 2006 and career-high 63 points with Rochester in 2001
  • Two-time NLL All-Star (2007, 2008) with the Portland LumberJax and is in his second year with the Edmonton Rush 
  • Finished the 2009 NLL season with 51 points, his fourth consecutive 50-point plus season
  • Had a career-high 44 assists in 2009 with Portland and a career-high 64 points in 2008
  • Has 140 career goals and 237 career assists in the NLL


  • Earned All-American honors all four years (1st team in 1999 and 2000, 3rd team in 1998 and honorable mention in 1997) at Syracuse and named to the NCAA All-Tournament team three of his four seasons
  • Named NCAA Division I Attackman of the Year and NCAA Division I National Player of the Year as Syracuse won the national championship during his senior year in 2000 when he had 96 points (45g, 51a)
  • Compiled a 49-12 career record with the Orangemen in four seasons
  • Finished his career tied with his brother, Casey, as Syracuse's all-time leading scorer with 287 points (137g, 150). Younger brother, Michael, later broke the record

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