Yorktown’s moving down. (From Class A.) Rye’s moving up. (From Class C.) John Jay and Somers are still there. The result: A class that is as stacked as Section 1 has ever seen. Who do you think is the team to beat in Class B?
Manhasset regularly churns out as many college-bound players as any program in the country. One of the reasons for this is not only the Indians’ proud tradition of success, but its tradition of family ties. Case in point, rising senior John Maimone-Medwick, a defenseman headed to Division III power Williams. Maimone-Medwick’s brother, James, was a [...]
Folks, it takes a lot to impress me. And this game did and still does. In fact, it may be the most dramatic and memorable high school games I’ve ever seen. It happened back in June 2003 at Hofstra University.
A 1-4-1 set play, with one side of the field setting picks and slips and the backside looking to attack opposite.
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It’s always interesting to get Inside Lacrosse’s take on who the top high school and incoming collegiate players in the country are. And that’s precisely what we got this week. As you would expect, the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region, the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lax, was well represented.
A set play out of a basic 2-2-2 that has screens/pops and allows for your playmakers to attack the unbalanced backside.
Back in late June, we told you about an NCAA proposal that could mean the end of early verbal commitments. The proposal, which would ban Division I recruits from verbally committing to a college prior to July 1 before their senior year, picked up support earlier this year after a 13-year-old middle-school student verbally committed [...]
Former West Islip star Nicky Galasso graces the cover of the recruiting issue of Inside Lacrosse, which will be out on the stands and in mailboxes this week. It will include national rankings of rising seniors and juniors in high school. It also ranks the top incoming college freshmen. To no one’s surprise, Galasso is [...]
It pays to be a good student — and a good student of the game. Rye rising senior Matt McReddie parlayed both those attributes into an opportunity to play lacrosse at the next level. The 6-foot, 188-pound midfielder will be playing at Bates College in Maine after considering several other prestigious programs. McReddie, a two-sport [...]
As an attackman at Yorktown High School, Jake Thorp is part of one of the most established varsity lacrosse programs in the nation. At the next level, Thorp will get to experience an interesting change. He will be helping the College of Saint Rose in Albany build its program from the very start.
It’s early. Very early. And there are plenty of contenders. Among them: * Five-time Class M Connecticut state champion Darien, which returns attackman Case Matheis, arguably the No. 1 rising junior in the nation. * Two-time Class C New York state champ Manhasset. * West Islip, which has won four Class A New York state [...]
It may be the dog days of August, but the recruiting commitments continue to come in from throughout the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region. You can learn about them as they’re made by checking out the “Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown” thread each day. One of them was just made by a player who is [...]
It was quite a week of lacrosse up in Lake Placid, N.Y., site of the 21st annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic. And action in the most followed division, Masters, ended just as it did last year with Rusty Red outlasting a “Dream Team” of former Syracuse stars known as the Burnt Orange 14-13 in [...]
Last year, the Ridgefield Tigers had a talent-filled roster that included four Division I recruits as they won the FCIAC championship for the first time in school history. The Tigers’ hopes of repeating as champions ended with an 8-5 loss to Greenwich in the FCIAC quarterfinals. But next season, Ridgefield will once again have a [...]