Get ready, gang. It’s time for the Sound Shore League to crown its champions. For the uninitiated, the Sound Shore League includes a 31-year-old men’s league made up of teams from Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Fairfield counties, as well as a high school league.
With the Empire State Games ending this past Sunday, and the Battle of the Hotbeds ending today, the next few weeks should be very busy as far as player commitments are concerned. Last night, Rye’s Michael Collins, a rising senior defenseman who was a member of the Hudson Valley Empire State Games team, verbally committed […]
Today’s Day 3 action of the Battle of the Hotbeds Lacrosse Camp at the University of Delaware will be highlighted by tonight’s senior and junior all-star games. The Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region is well-represented.
It marks the unofficial end of the July Division I evaluation period. Its the Battle of the Hotbeds at the University of Delaware, and action is heating up in the event, which started yesterday and ends on Wednesday.
Hicksville’s Brandon Gamblin scored four goals as Long Island won its fifth straight Empire State Games gold medal by edging Central 7-6 today at Canisius College in Buffalo.
Can Long Island make it five Empire State Games scholastic men’s lacrosse gold medals? To do it, Long Island will have to beat a Central team it fell to 8-7 in overtime on Friday. That’s the major lax-related story line as the 32nd annual event wraps up in Buffalo.
Several players from Long Island and Connecticut were among 96 standouts who competed in the 2010 Champion Boys High School Showcase held this past week in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The players were divided into four teams, two of which, Team Spirit and Team Freedom, met for the championship, with Team Spirit winning 15-12 as […]
Ned Crotty scored on a back-handed shot with 5:46 remaining in the fourth quarter as the United States team outlasted Canada 12-10 today for the championship of the Federation of International Lacrosse World Games in Manchester, England.
We’re just a day away from the gold-medal game at the 32nd annual Empire State Games in Buffalo and we’re headed for what could be a classic rematch if the two teams who battled it out in yesterday’s nightcap meet again for the championship. Central pulled out a dramatic 8-7 overtime win over four-time defending […]
The United States will face Canada for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Games championship for the fourth straight time. The teams’ latest battle for the title will be on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Manchester, England. The game will be broadcast live on ESPNU.
Long Island has not only jumped out to a 2-0 start heading into today’s Day 2 action at the 32nd annual Empire State Games, but has looked good — make that, very good — in doing so. Is LI a lock for the gold – what would be its fifth straight? We’ll have a better […]
Here we go, gang. The Empire State Games are ready for Day 1. And it will be quite a day of action, indeed. There are no less than six scholastic men’s lacrosse games on tap for today at Canisus College in Buffalo, with teams from each of the six regions — Hudson Valley, Long Island, […]
Yorktown’s first two Division I commitments for the Class of 2011 came about just the last few days. And the two players who made those college choices, Ty Schuldt and Justin Mabus, are very familiar with each other, having played football, lacrosse and basketball together since childhood. But after one more year with the Huskers, […]
It was an upset heard ’round the lacrosse world. The West Islip Lions, who entered and ended this past season ranked No. 1 in the nation, started the season with a stunning 13-12 overtime loss to Sachem North. But when you consider the Flaming Arrows had eight players who were committed to play in college, […]
Thailand National Lacrosse Team shows us how they warm up their goalie before practice with a simple wall ball drill.
The Empire State Games get under way tonight with opening ceremonies at 7 p.m. at the University at Buffalo Stadium. Just as that 32nd annual event ends on Sunday, another extravaganza will be starting. It marks the end of the July evaluation period for Division I college programs. It’s the Battle of the Hotbeds at […]
Ty Schuldt became the first Yorktown Husker in the Class of 2011 to commit to a college last week when he gave a verbal commitment to accept a scholarship offer from the University of Hartford. Today, we conducted a Q&A with Ty on his college choice.
Starting on Wednesday and ending Sunday, New York state’s premier annual athletic showcase, the Empire State Games, will be held in Buffalo. But this year’s Games are unlike any other.
Next week, the most tradition-rich summer lacrosse recruiting showcase, the Empire State Games, gets under way in Buffalo. But there are some other big events beforehand. Yale and Hofstra are both hosting major tournaments on Saturday and Sunday.
The Sound Shore League, which includes four men’s adult and one high school division of teams from the Hudson Valley/Connecticut region has finalized its championship game schedule. Five championships will be awarded Aug. 1 and Aug. 2.
All the way from Thailand, former Hofstra Pride and LI Lizard faceoff specialist Joe Mascaretti shows us the keys to getting into a faceoff stance.
It’s mid-July and the recruiting scene is reaching its peak throughout the nation — and the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region. One of the nation’s premier recruiting events, the third annual Maverik Showtime Lacrosse National Recruiting Spotlight, gets under way today right here in our region, at Western Connecticut State University’s Westside Campus in Danbury.
The Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region is well-represented at the Mid-Summer Classic at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
It didn’t take long for Fox Lane rising senior Cameron Stephens to decide Ohio State was the right fit for him. Stephens, a 6-foot-5 goaltender and member of the Hudson Valley Empire State Games team, told me early last night by phone that he has given a verbal commitment to accept a scholarship offer from […]
Well, gang. The 2010 season in the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region has been over for three weeks. Now that we’ve had some time to let it sink in, we have one simple question. What was the season’s biggest story?
The Federation of International Lacrosse World Games are fast approaching, and the U.S. men’s national team that will be competing in Manchester, England July 15-24 has a big test this week leading up to that. A record 30 nations will be competing.
The temperature is not the only thing heating up, folks. So too are things on the recruiting scene. We’ve been providing reports from various showcase events the last few weeks. Next up: the 17th annual New England Top 150 in Portsmouth, R.I.
West Islip stars Nicky Galasso and Andrew Hodgson each had one goal and one assist tonight to help the North team defeat the South 17-12 in the fifth annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic at Towson Universitys Johnny Unitas Stadium. For the Towson-bound Hodgson, the game provided an opportunity to play on his future home […]
Summer travel teams from throughout the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut area will be among those competing today at the eighth annual Long Island Pride Fest at Hofstra University in Hempstead.
Here are rosters for the Long Island and Hudson Valley scholastic men’s lacrosse teams that will be competing at the Empire State Games July 21-25 in the Buffalo/Niagara region. The HV team is made up of 20 players and 10 alternates. Long Island lists all players on its roster.