Hey gang – There are a few big events remaining in the fall for high school age players, capped off on Nov. 22 by the Shoreham-Wading River Lax Fest.
College lacrosse teams are starting to finalize their 2010 schedules. As they are released, we will be posting them on this thread. So be sure to check back for newly added teams each day on the second page of this thread.
The New England Patriots improved to 5-2 today by picking up a 35-7 win against Tampa Bay. Success in football is nothing new to the Patriots’ Bill Belichick, who has coached three Super Bowl champions.
Teams from throughout the region will be flocking to Trinity College in Hartford on Sunday for the Capital City Carver Tournament.
During the varsity season, we present our Top 25 regional rankings each and every week. The 2010 season won’t start for another five months. But why wait? Previous “You make the call” topics
Derek Katchis, one of the top defensemen at the 2008 Empire State Games, will take his skills to Colgate. Derek Katchis emerged as one of the top defensemen in Section 1 during his career at Horace Greeley, which also included playing on the 2008 Empire State Games. Now, he’s ready to take his game to [...]
Two-time defending national champion Syracuse will be among the teams competing in the Konica Milota Big City Classic at the new Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Saturday, April 10. Your source for 2010 college lacrosse schedules
College fall-ball action winds to a close this weekend with a variety of events scheduled. As we told you late last month, the inaugural Connecticut Cup is set for Sunday (Oct. 18) at Yale.
Johns Hopkins-bound Jameson Pickel and John Jay will be hosting defending FCIAC champion Ridgefield next season. (File photo by Jim Stout/MaxPreps.com) There has been a lot of talk here as to why John Jay and Ridgefield don’t meet on a regular basis. Well, wait no more, gang.
This weekend marks the heart of the college fall-ball practice season with scrimmages and tournaments galore from sea to shining sea.
Three-time state champion West Islip is the No. 1 seed in Suffolk Division I as expected. Hey, gang. Suffolk Division I seedings for the 2010 season have been completed, and our friend Chris Kieser just passed them along.
Chaminade is among the eight teams in Division AA of the newly formed 16-team New York Catholic League. (File photo by Jim Stout/MaxPreps.com) There’s some pretty big news on the Catholic school front, folks. Yesterday, the lacrosse teams representing the New York Archdiocese approved a merger to form a 16-team league with those teams now [...]
John Jay’s Mike Daniello, one of the top junior recruits in the nation, has done some soul-searching after verbally committing to attend North Carolina on Sept. 28 and has decided to change his commitment and attend Johns Hopkins.
Manhasset players celebrate after beating Garden City in the annual Woodstick Classic this past season. Some have tradition and lots of it. Like Garden City vs. Manhasset. Others have become heated of late. Like Darien vs. Ridgefield. There are lots of great rivalries throughout the Hudson Valley, Long Island and Connecticut. Perhaps more than [...]
Bronxville attackman/midfielder Joe Wood committed last night to Division III power Washington and Lee. Joe Wood of Bronxville is a versatile player who can play both attack and midfield. And at this time next year, he will be playing for the Washington and Lee Generals.