Former John Jay star Chris Daniello scored a career-high four goals as Syracuse pulled away for a 12-7 win over visiting Army in front of 4,432 fans at the Carrier Dome today. The game had been tied at 5-5 before the Orange went on a 4-0 third-quarter run.
Mike Kimmel’s extra-man goal with 49 seconds remaining lifted Johns Hopkins to an 8-7 win over upset-minded visitor Siena in a game today at Homewood Field in Baltimore in another game that demonstrates the increased parity in collegiate lacrosse Hopkins senior goalie Brent Herbst of Plainview had to come out of the game with just [...]
Freshman midfielder Jeff Froccaro of Port Washington (left) had three goals, including a crucial insurance goal with 2:09 remaining, as eighth-ranked host Princeton edged No. 11 Hofstra 17-14 today. The game marked the debut of first-year Princeton head coach Chris Bates, (pictured below right) a 1985 John Jay graduate who took over the Princeton program [...]
Ossining will be playing this season in a newly aligned league that is made up of eight teams from Northern Westchester and Putnam, including Hen Hud. How does Ossining look as we get set for the official start of varsity practice? We got the perspectives of junior defenseman Michael Zavarella, who is coming off a [...]
The Clarkstown South Vikings will be keeping it closer to home this season. The Vikings have been placed in a four-team league that also includes rivals Clarkstown North as well as North Rockland and Suffern. While those teams are all familiar, being minus Luke Haggerty isn’t. The goaltender, who was an all-American last season, has [...]
With all the wintry weather we’ve seen — and will see — this week in the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region, let’s take a trip to one of the area’s premier summer hot spots. East Hampton. Jake Beyer calls it home. The 5-foot-10 senior longstick midfielder, who is bound for the up-and-coming Division I program at [...]
John Jay lacrosse has started a new era. Tim Schurr, who has taken over the program, is just the third varsity head coach in the 31-year history of the program. The Indians, who saw their run of consecutive sectional titles end at four last year, welcome back a strong nucleus, and drew the No. 20 [...]
It’s been a busy few days for Johnny McGuigan. He’s been spending the last few weeks preparing for his senior season as starting goaltender at Mahopac. And this past weekend, he committed to Division II power New York Tech, where he will join teammate John Brandofino. Last week, Brandofino shared his thoughts on the upcoming [...]
Hey gang – I thought you might be interested in checking out one of the most thorough, well-written, interesting and graphically impressive college sports previews I’ve seen. And, perhaps most notably, it was done by a college newspaper.
Yorktown is hoping to win a sectional title for what would be the 29th time in the last 31 years this season. It’s certainly one of the more impressive streaks in high school sports. Anywhere. If they are to do it, the Huskers will have to get consistent play from a new-look defense that is [...]
Garden City will start the season as the No. 7 team in the nation, according to Inside Lacrosse’s Preseason Power Rankings. So you’ll be hearing a lot about the Trojans, who have 11 players who are planning to continue playing the sport in college. For an in-depth and thorough look at the Trojans, be sure [...]
Two of the top players from the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region, former Manhasset star Connor English (left) and former Ridgefield standout Matt White (below right), both made successful and memorable collegiate debuts today as freshmen at the University of Virginia. Both White and English scored goals as Virginia rallied for an 11-8 win at Drexel, [...]
As we get set for the official start of varsity practices, we’ve headed east, west, north and south and plenty of points in between to get the thoughts of players from throughout the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region in a first-of-its-kind feature, “Player’s perspective.” And we’re grateful to all the players for their amazing [...]
The commitments continue to roll in gang. As always, you can check out an archive of the recruiting updates we’ve posted here by clicking here Our updated recruiting review and commitment rundown is also available 24/7. Late tonight, I got word of yet another major junior class commitment. Sachem North’s Michael Andreassi, a junior attackman/midfielder, [...]
Both Johns Hopkins and Syracuse started the season tonight with impressive victories in games that marked the collegiate debuts of a pair of former two-time high school all-Americans from the Hudson Valley as well as a former Ridgefield star. Yorktown’s John Ranagan (left), a freshman midfielder for Hopkins, had three ground balls and four shots [...]