COLUMBUS, Ohio – Former Ohio State defenseman Greg Bice, who now plays for the Chicago Machine, has been named to the 2010 MLL All-Star Game roster, Major League Lacrosse announced Thursday. Bice joins Buckeye alums Anthony Kelly and Kevin Buchanan as MLL all-stars for the 2010 event. The game, which features the MLL squad facing off against the U.S. National Team, will be played at 7 p.m. July 8 at Harvard Stadium in Boston and will be televised live on EPSN2 and ESPN3.com.
This marks Bice’s second appearance after playing in the 2007 contest. In seven games this season he has contributed three goals and two points and picked up 13 groundballs for the Machine. He has played professionally since completing his Buckeye career and was the 2007 New Balance MLL Sportsman of the Year. He is in his second year with Chicago and played in 11 games last year after spending the three previous campaigns with Los Angeles.
Bice, a Buckeye from 2001-04, was the 2004 Great Western Lacrosse League co-Player of the Year and was a three-time first team all-league selection. He earned second team All-America honors as a senior, the first Buckeye named to the first or second team in more than 30 years, and was an honorable mention All-America pick in 2003. He played in the North/South All-Star Game and served as team captain in 2004 when the Buckeyes played in the NCAA tournament for the second-consecutive season.