Our “Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown for the Classes of 2011, ’12, ’13 and ’14” sure served us well.

But now, the Class of 2011 has spun off into its own universe — as college freshmen. For a last look at those commitments,click here.

With commitments for the Classes 2012, ’13, ’14 — and soon, very soon — ’15 being made at a fast and furious rate over the course of the next few weeks and months, be sure to bookmark and check this file each day for updates.

If you have a commitment to report, email us at info@laxlessons.com.

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Class of 2012

Commitments listed by high school/prep school

AVON OLD FARMS (CT) – 7

Jack Burke
College, position: Washington, attack

Liam Cardon
College, position:  Kenyon, defense

Dan Kinek
College, position: Michigan, midfield

Dan McDougall
College, position:  Delaware, defense

Kris Molinaro
College, position: Colby, midfield

Will Ryan
College, position: Johns Hopkins, goaltender

Derek Sganga
College, position: Marist, defense/long-stick midfield

BETHPAGE (NY) – 3

Paul Bitetti
College, position: Detroit-Mercy defense

Danny Chillianis
College, position: Mercy, defense

Nick Pombonyo
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

BREWSTER (NY) – 1

Harry Erickson
College, position: Albany, defense

BRUNSWICK (CT) – 6

John Baker
College, position: Colgate, defense

Nick Bartlett
College, position: Vermont, attack

Eddie Dedomenico
College, position: Lehigh, midfield

Billy Heidt
College, position: Dartmouth, midfield

John Kelly
College, position: Georgetown, midfield

Kip Werner
College, position: Penn, defense

BYRAM HILLS (NY) – 1

Andrew Larrabee
College, position: Notre Dame, goaltender

CHAMINADE (NY) – 12

Brendan Caputo
College, position: Brown, midfield

Joe Faria
College, position: Bates, goaltender

Casey Gibson
College, position: Brown, attack

Matt Graham
College, position: Michigan, midfield

Brendan Hammond
College, position:  Tampa, midfield

Sean Hanley
College, position:  Union, defense/longstick midfield

Kyle Irwin
College, position:  Union, midfield

Brian Porter
College, position: Marquette, defense

Michael Quinn
College, position: Yale, defense

Joe Reilly
College, position: Holy Cross, midfield

Greg Rhodes
College, position: Duke, midfield

Paul Urbank
College, position: Delaware, midfield

CLARKSTOWN SOUTH (NY) – 1

Kris Alleyne
College, position: Rutgers, goaltender

COLD SPRING HARBOR (NY) – 5

Sean Doyle
College, position: Bucknell, attack

Giovanni Girardi
College, position: Hofstra, midfield

Cam Lee
College, position: Dartmouth, midfield

Kevin Porzelt
College, position: UMass, midfield

Danny Simonetti
College, position: Navy, midfield

DARIEN (CT) – 6

Tony Britton
College, position: Cornell, defense

Corey Eppley
College, position: Lehigh, longstick midfield

Tommy Lyons
College, position: Mount St. Mary’s, defense

Case Matheis
College, position: Duke, attackman

Bobby Weaver
College, position: Princeton, midfield

Henry West
College, position: Cornell, midfield

DEERFIELD (MA) – 2

Ian Ardrey (Greenwich, CT resident)
College, position: Harvard, attackman

Brian Pickup, Deerfield (Rye)
College, position: Princeton, defense

DIVISION AVENUE SCHOOL (NY) – 2

Jake Gaspari
College, position: New York Tech, defense

Ryan Gaspari
College, position: New York Tech, goaltender

DOBBS FERRY (NY) – 2

Darien Bica
College, position: Manhattan, defense/longstick midfield

John Yozzo-Scaperrotta
College, position: Brown, midfield

EASTCHESTER (NY) – 4

Tom Cirillo
College, position: Salisbury, attack/midfield

Matthew Gendusa
College, position: Franklin & Marshall, midfield

Pat Guido
College, position: Manhattanville, defense

Nick Martino
College, position: Western Connecticut State, longstick midfield

FAIRFIELD PREP (CT) – 3

Matt Brophy
College, position: Princeton, attack (Deerfield Academy)

Charles Keady
College, position: Michigan, defense/long-stick midfielder

Mike Seelye
College, position: Gettysburg, goaltender

FARMINGDALE (NY) – 1

Frank DeLuca
College, position: Wagner, goaltender

FORDHAM PREP (NY) – 2

Ben Andreycak
College, position: Tufts, attackman

Jon Lazar
College, position: Roger Williams, longstick midfield

FOX LANE (NY) – 2

Anthony Grasso
College, position: Stevens Tech, defense

Nick Grasso
College, position: Montclair State, midfield

GARDEN CITY (NY) – 12

Eugene Berkery
College, position: Middlebury, defense

Patric Berkery
College, position: Penn, midfield

Michael Comiskey
College, position: Lafayette, attack/midfield

Devin Dwyer
College, position: Harvard, attack

Elias Georgas
College, position: Union, defense

Liam Kennedy
College, position: Deerfield Academy, attack

Michael Lofrese
College, position: Trinity, attack/midfield

Skye Macleod
College, position: Skidmore, attack/midfield

Dan Marino
College, position: Virginia, goaltender

Connor McDonnell
College, position: Marquette, midfield

Pat Niebler
College, position: Scranton, defense

Rob Savage
College, position: Penn, midfield

Andre Stone
College, position: Skidmore, defense

GUNNERY (CT) – 1

Parrish Young
College, position: Delaware, midfield

HACKLEY (NY) – 1

Jibran Ahmad
College, position: Dartmouth, midfield

HAUPPAUGE (NY) – 1

Sam Llinares
College, position: Hofstra, attack/midfield

HARBORFIELDS (NY) – 1

Joe Guidarelli
College, position: Fairfield, midfield

HEWLETT (NY) – 2

Sam Matorella
College, position: Michigan, midfield

Mark Rizzo
College, position: North Carolina, defense

HICKSVILLE (NY) – 2

Shane Sweeney
College, position: Hofstra, defense

Ryan Tarzia
College, position: Detroit-Mercy, midfield

HORACE GREELEY (NY) – 1

Alex Scott
College, position: Swarthmore, attack

HUNTINGTON (NY) – 1

James Neary
College, position: Washington College, longstick midfield

IONA PREP (NY) – 2

Shane Fee
College, position: Bucknell, attack

Luke Wooters
College, position: Nazareth, attack/midfield

ISLIP (NY) – 2

Terence Foley
College, position: Villanova, attack/midfield

Jeremy Koch
College, position: Pace, attack/midfield

JOEL BARLOW (CT) – 1

Nolan Stauffer
College, position: Union, attack

JOHN GLENN (NY) – 1

Tommy Forsberg
College, position: Maryland, attack

JOHN JAY (NY) – 5

Tom Branca
College, position: Fairfield, goaltender

Danny Caiola
College, position: Union, defense

Steven Cola
College, position: Drew, midfield/defensive midfield

Matt Ferentini
College, position: Stevens Tech, attack

Brandon Lew
College, position: Hamilton, midfielder

KELLENBERG (NY) – 1

Joe Amato
College, position: VMI, midfield

KENNEDY CATHOLIC (NY) – 1

Andrew Rodriguez
College, position: Tampa, attack

LAKELAND/PANAS (NY) – 3

Nick Kostik
College, position: Misericordia, defense

Tony Laguerre
College, position: Springfield, lacrosse

Chris Monteferante
College, position: Army, midfield

LONG BEACH (NY) – 1

Joe Radin
College, position: Marist, attackman

Connor Sofield
College, position: Holy Cross, attackman

LYNBROOK (NY) – 1

Anthony Rainone
College, position: Adelphi, attack

MAHOPAC (NY) – 2

Anthony Berardis
College, position: Stony Brook, midfield

Matt Fetzer
College, position: Oneonta State, defense

MAMARONECK (NY) – 1

Jake Danehy
College, position: Colgate, goaltender

MANHASSET (NY) – 9

Frank Borgognone
College, position: Fairfield, defense

Bobby Duvnjak
College, position: Harvard, defense

Kevin Katzmann
College, position: Washington & Lee, attack

Ryan Matthews
College, position: Hopkins, midfield

Evan Molloy
College, position: Syracuse, goaltender

Quinn Moroney
College, position: Amherst, attack

Stefan Pate
College, position: Harvard, defense

Tom Wenk
College, position: Franklin & Marshall, attack

Christian Zanetis
College, position: Washington & Lee, midfield

MASSAPEQUA (NY) – 2

Brandon Gleason
College, position: Stevenson, attack

Ryan Kirby
College, position: Towson, attack

Daniel Muller
College, position: UMass, midfield

MERCERSBERG (PA) – 1

Brendan Supple (Avon, Conn., resident)
College, position: Le Moyne, goaltender

MILLBROOK SCHOOL (NY) – 4

Tyler Albrecht
College, position: Cornell, midfield

Will Gabrielson
College, position: Drexel, goaltender

Aaron Moroney
College, position: Towson, defense

TJ Sanders
College, position: Penn State, attack

NEW CANAAN (CT) – 5

John Brainard
College, position: UMass, midfield

Matt Blasco
College, position: St. Joseph’s, attack/midfield

Tom Carey
College, position: Bryant, goaltender

Peter Kraus
College, position:  Michigan, attack/midfield

Kevin McDonough
College, position: Penn, defense (will enroll in 2013-14 after a year at prep school)

NORTH BABYLON (NY) – 1

Michael Shires
College, position: Limestone, longstick midfield/defense

NORTHPORT (NY) – 1

Ryan Napolitano
College, position: Roanoke, attack

OCEANSIDE (NY) – 1

Andrew Failla
College, position: Tampa, goaltender

PELHAM (NY) – 1

Matt Landis
College, position: Notre Dame, defense

PLAINEDGE (NY) – 1

Joe Persico
College, position: Mercy, defense

PORT WASHINGTON (NY) – 1

Jake Froccaro
College, position: Princeton, attack/midfielder

RIDGEFIELD (CT) – 6

Brendan Bossidy
College, position: Williams, defense

Neil Gollogy
College, position: Siena, midfield

Timmy Kelly
College, position: Roger Williams, attack

Eric Scala
College, position: Albany, attack/midfield

Sean Riley
College, position: Vermont, attack

Sean Wilkinson
College, position: Holy Cross, attack

ROCKY POINT (NY) – 2

Vincent Loscalzo
College, position:  Belmont Abbey, midfield

Ryan Palasek
College, position: Syracuse, defense

Nick Strano
College, position: Manhattan, midfield

SACHEM NORTH (NY) – 10

Paulie Coppola
College, position: Adelphi, defense/LSM

Zach Dellecave
College, position: Dowling, defense/LSM

Corey Gamblin
College, position: NYIT, attack/midfield

Jack Gannon
College, position: UMBC, midfield

Shawn Murphy
College, position:  NYIT, attack

Tyler Novak
College, position: Florida Southern, midfield

Cody Petillo
College, position: Rutgers, midfield

Kyle Rhatigan
College, position: Limestone, attack

Danny Schaeffer
College, position: Dowling, attack/midfield

Eric Talbot
College, position: NYIT, attack/midfield

ST. ANTHONY’S (NY) – 16

Connor Billings
College, position: Endicott, Long-stick midfield

Kieran Burke
College, position: North Carolina, goaltender

Eric Caliendo
College, position: Haverford, goaltender

Matt Chanenchuk
College, position: Navy, attack/midfield

Brendan Conroy
College, position: Army, midfield

George Deignan
College, position: Binghamton, defense

Richie Doktor
College, position: Navy, midfield

Chris Hughes
College, position: St. John’s, attack/midfield

Brendon Hurley
College, position: Binghamton, midfield

John Lynott
College, position: Stony Brook, defense

Sean McDonagh
College, position: Harvard, attack

Hunter Senter
College, position: Haverford, attack/midfield

Brian Sherlock
College, position: North Carolina, midfield

Tim Stackpole
College, position: Army, defense

Keith Vita
College, position: Scranton, longstick midfielder/defense

Sal Vitale
College, position: Marquette, defense

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST (NY) – 1

Donald Millang
College, position: RPI, attack

SALISBURY (CT) – 14

Tyler Aunon
College, position: Georgetown, midfield

Brad Burnam
College, position: Siena, attack

Tyler Burnam
College, position: Siena, defense

AJ Carfora
College, position: Penn State, defense

Jack Clippinger
College, position: Denver, midfield

Ryan Hamilton
College, position: Williams, defense

Myles Jones
College, position: Duke, midfield

Thomas Labadini
College, position: Loyola, midfield

Wes Middendorf
College, position: St. Lawrence, attack

Mike Morris
College, position: Johns Hopkins, attack/midfield

John O’Connor
College, position: Delaware, midfield

Tanner Scales
College, position: Virginia, defense

Charles Shugrue
College, position: Roanoke, defense

Brian Teague
College, position: Wheaton, defense

SAYVILLE (NY) – 1

Pat Fleming
College, position: New York Tech, goaltender

SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER (NY) – 3

Trevor Brosco
College, position: Notre Dame, midfield

Tyler Lutgen
College, position: Siena, goaltender

Chris Mahoney
College, position: Ohio State, defense

SMITHTOWN WEST (NY) – 5

Ryan Adler
College, position: Towson, goaltender

Alex Dodge
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

Craig Madarasz
College, position: Johns Hopkins,  midfield

James Pannell
College, position: Virginia, attackman

Matt Schultz
College, position:  Stony Brook, attack

SOMERS (NY) – 5

Anthony Carpenter
College, position: Kean, attack

Chris Cousin
College, position: Holy Cross, goaltender

Kevin Cousin
College, position: Siena, attack

Ryan Kearney
College, position: Becker College, LSM

Kevin Schurr
College, position: Army, defense

SUFFERN (NY) – 1

Kevin McNally
College, position: Albany, midfield

SUFFIELD (CT) – 1

Reed Barbe
College, position: Denver, attack/midfield

SYOSSET (NY) – 1

Ryan Hunter
College, position: Ohio State, attack

TAFT SCHOOL (CT) – 1

Chase Murphy
College, position: Colorado College, goaltender

TAPPAN ZEE (NY) – 2

Tyler Doran
College, position:  York College, midfielder

Ben Katzen
College, position: Endicott, defense

TRINITY PAWLING (NY) – 2

Jimmy Joe Granito
College, position: Loyola, goaltender

Dalton Lundy
College, position: Hartford, attack

Taylor Miller
College, position: RPI, LSM/defense

VERMONT ACADEMY (VT) – 1

Josh Oliver
College, position: Jacksonville, attack

WALT WHITMAN (NY) – 1

Evan Zakow
College, position: Jacksonville, attack

WANTAGH (NY) – 6

Matt Balzano
College, position: UMass, midfield

Stephen Beckwith
College, position: Adelphi, midfield

Joe Giardina
College, position: Adelphi, defense

Matt Kaufmann
College, position: Adelphi, defense

Cory Stavis
College, position: Adelphi, attack/midfield

Brian von Bargen
College, position: Hofstra, midfield

WARD MELVILLE (NY) – 5

Ryan Buckley
College, position: Marquette, attack

Jimmy Coughlan
College, position: Brown, midfield

Johnny Edmonds
College, position: Cornell, attack/midfield

Ryan Kellerman
College, position: New York Tech, defense

Frank Lucatuorto
College, position: Stony Brook, midfield

WARWICK (NY) – 1

James Kolesar
College, position: Western New England, attack

WEST ISLIP (NY) – 8

Mike Aniboli
College, position:  Tampa, midfield

Matt Bellucci
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

Anthony DeLuca
College, position: CW Post, attack

Jack Kelly
College, position: Brown, goaltender

Tom Moore
College, position: Denver, attack

Jon Reese
College, position: Yale, midfield

Paul Riportella
College, position: Marquette, midfield

Branden Smith
College, position: Marquette, attack

YORKTOWN – 12

Eric Cooley
College, position: Rutgers, defense

Frankie Fusco
College, position: Drexel, attack/midfield

Conor Gately
College, position: Marquette, attack

Fzim Lazqi
College, position: Mercy, midfield

Gzim Lazqi
College, position: Mercy, defense/longstick midfield

Michael Marone
College, position: Western New England, attack

Vin Mcliverty
College, position: Springfield, midfield

Hunter Palancia
College, position: Keene State, faceoff midfield

Joey Raniolo
College, position: Springfield, midfield

Andrew Rohle
College, position: St. Leo’s, defense

Joey Sialiano
College, position: Keene State, midfield

Brian Quigley
College, position: Cortland State, midfield

Class of 2013

Commitments listed by high school/prep school

ARLINGTON (NY) – 2

JD Colarusso
College, position: Albany, goaltender

Dan Hanson
College, position: Albany, midfield

AVON OLD FARMS (CT) – 2

A.J. Rocco
College, position: Yale, attack

Austin Rocco
College, position: Yale, attack

BAYPORT-BLUE POINT (NY) – 1

Brian Ward
College, position: Ohio State, attack

BRIEN McMAHON (CT) – 1

Zach Bartolo
College, position: Notre Dame, attack

BRONXVILLE (NY) – 2

Jack Grass
College, position: Hopkins, attack

Brewster Warble
College, position: Brown, midfield

CHAMINADE (NY) – 7

Kris Clarke
College, position: Hofstr, midfield

Brian Dunne
College, position: Duke, defense

Joe Faria
College, position: Bates, goaltender

Danny Fowler
College, position: Duke, goaltender

Ryan Lukacovic
College, position: Virginia, attack

Brian Pratt
College, position: Yale, midfield

Tom Zenker
College, position: Duke, midfield

COLD SPRING HARBOR (NY) – 2

Jake Gennosa
College, posotion: Drexel, longstick midfield

Allen Winkoff
College, position: Ohio State, midfield

DARIEN (CT) – 1

Sean Foley
College, position: Lehigh, midfield

EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR (NY) – 1

Matt Prokesch
College, position: Delaware, midfield

FAIRFIELD PREP (CT) – 5

Strecker Backe
College, position: Colgate, defense

Connor Barr
College, position: Drexel, defense

Kevin Brown
College, position: Penn, attack

Andrew Hatton
College, position: Michigan, defense

James Marusi
College, position: UMass, defense

FORDHAM PREP (NY) – 1

Logan Williamson
College, position: Fairfield, defense

GARDEN CITY (NY) – 4

Eddie Blatz
College, position: Georgetown, defense

Scott D’Antonio
College, position: Cornell, defense

Justin Guterding
College, position: Duke, attack

Kyle Skramko
College, position: St. John’s, defense

GREENWICH (CT) – 1

Alex Moeser
College, position: Hofstra, midfield

HALF HOLLOW HILLS EAST (NY) – 2

Jesse Parker
College, position: Binghamton, attack

Anthony Ramaizel
College, position: Lehigh, attack

HASTINGS (NY) – 1

Luke Pearson
College, position: Binghamton, midfield

HEN HUD (NY) – 1

Matt Ledwin
College, position: Johns Hopkins, midfield

IONA PREP (NY) – 1

Ross Schnitzer
College, position: Loyola, defense

JERICHO (NY) – 1

Chandler Kirby
College, position: Cornell, defense

JOHN JAY (NY) – 3

Tommy Beck
College, position: Rutgers, midfield

Jack Lambert
College, position: North Carolina, defense

Mike Skluth
College, position: Albany, defense

LONG BEACH (NY) – 1

James Forkin
College, position: Syracuse, midfield

LOOMIS CHAFFEE (CT) – 1

Chris Pauzer
College, position:  Georgetown, midfield

MacARTHUR (NY) – 1

Gerard Cunningham
College, position: Stony Brook, midfield

MAMARONECK (NY) – 1

Pete Conley
College, position: Georgetown, attack/midfield

MANHASSET (NY) – 1

Dino Lavalle
College, position: Brown, attack

NEW CANAAN (CT) – 2

Eric Persky
College, position: Penn, defense

John Rhudy
College, position: Army, defense

NORTHPORT (NY) – 2

Sean Gilroy
College, position: Binghamton, attack

John Glancy
College, position: Albany, midfield

PORT WASHINGTON (NY) – 1

John Crawley
College, position: Johns Hopkins, attack/midfield

PUTNAM VALLEY (NY) – 1

John van de Veerdonk
College, position: Georgetown, attack

RIDGEFIELD (CT) – 1

Sam Gravitte
College, position: Princeton, midfield

SACHEM EAST (NY) – 2

Tom Engelken
College, position: Delaware, midfield

John Vigh
College, position: Marist, attack

ST. ANTHONY’S (NY) – 4

Connor Keneally
College, position: Binghamton, defense

Matt Koerner
College, position: High Point, attack

Brandon Cortazar
College, position:  Fairfield, midfield

Dylan Molloy
College, position: Brown, attack

ST. DOMINIC’S (NY) – 1

Jake Kiernan
College, position: Drexel, defense

SACHEM NORTH (NY) – 1

Tyler Andreassi
College, position: UMass, defense

SALISBURY (CT) – 2

Nick Nesbitt
College, position: Cornell, goaltender

Shane Simpson
College, position: North Carolina, midfield

SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER (NY) – 1

Tim Rotanz
College, position: Maryland, attack/midfield

SMITHTOWN  EAST (NY) – 3

Brian Balkam
College, position: North Carolina, goaltender

Jimmy Tenbrink
College, position: Army, attack/midfield

Scotty Scannell
College, position: St. John’s, midfield

SMITHTOWN WEST (NY) – 2

Dylan Gruder
College, position: UMass, midfield

Brian Masi
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

Joe Varello
College, position: Navy, midfield

SOMERS (NY) – 1

Alex Carpolongo
College, position: Stony Brook, midfield

SYOSSET (NY) – 2

Ryan Feit
College, position: Hopkins, goaltender

Andrew Keith
College, position: Cornell, midfield

TAFT SCHOOL (CT) – 1

John Rhudy
College, position: Virginia, midfield

TRINITY PAWLING (NY) – 3

Gianni Bianchin
College, position: UMass, midfield

Bryce Jurk
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

Julian Garritano
College, position: Sacred Heart, midfield

WARD MELVILLE (NY) – 3

Jack Bruckner
College, position: Duke, midfield

Brendan Hegarty
College, position: UMass, attack

Christian Mazzone
College, position: Rutgers, midfield

WESTHAMPTON BEACH (NY) – 1

Brian Corrigan
College, position: Marist, goaltender

WEST ISLIP (NY) – 2

Nick Aponte
College, position: Penn State, midfield

Ryan Wieczorek
College, position: Delaware, midfield

WESTMINSTER (CT) – 1

Alec Dunn
College, position: Maryland, defense

YORKTOWN (NY) – 3

Trevor Koelsch
College, position: Hopkins, defense

Danny Manning
College, position: St. Joseph’s, midfield

Nick Mariano
College, position: UMass, attack

Class of 2014

CHAMINADE (NY) – 1

Sean Cerrone
College, position: Villanova, midfield

COLD SPRING HARBOR (NY) – 1

Jordan Walter
College, position: Notre Dame, midfield

GREENWICH (CT) – 1

Jack Harrington
College, position: Duke, defense

HEN HUD (NY) – 1

Eddie Gilman
College, position: North Carolina, goaltender

HICKSVILLE (NY) – 1

Patrick McCormick
College, position: North Carolina, attack

IONA PREP (NY) – 1

Mike Orefice
College, position: Loyola, faceoff midfield

MANHASSET (NY) – 1

Benny Borgognone
College, position: Fairfield, defense

MASSAPEQUA (NY) – 1

Ian Kirby
College, position: Towson, attack

NORTHPORT (NY) – 1

Brian Cannon
College, position: North Carolina, attack

SACHEM NORTH (NY) – 1

Michael Aronow
College, position: Penn State, defense

ST. ANTHONY’S (NY) – 1

Greg Galligan
College, position: Georgetown, midfield

SMITHTOWN WEST (NY) – 3

Ryan Keenan
College, position: Penn State, attack

Matthew Smidt
College, position, Ohio State, goaltender

Christian Zawadzki
College, position: Maryland, midfield

SYOSSET (NY) – 1

Liam Blohm
College, position: Ohio State, longstick midfielder

TAFT SCHOOL (CT) – 1

Tyler Breen
College, position: Virginia, attack

WESTON (CT) – 1

Grant Limone
College, position: Brown, goaltender

YORKTOWN (NY) – 1

Austin Fusco
College, position: Syracuse, longstick midfield, defense

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111 Responses to “Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown for Classes of 2012, ’13 and ’14”

  1. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Yorktown rising senior attackman Conor Gately, who has just committed to join coach Joe Amplo’s new program at Marquette.

  2. Joe Lombardi says:

    We have another D-I commitment, gang. Brewster rising senior defenseman Harry Erickson has verballed to Albany. He also was being recruited by UMass and Drexel, among others. Check back for more.

  3. slacrosse says:

    Hey just saw from Joe’s list that Brian Pickup, Rye High (Deerfield PG) has just committed to Princeton.

    Congrats to Brian. Real solid kid and great folks. Among the very best 3 sport (football, basketball) athletes to go thru Rye. Only been playing for two seasons and by the time he gets to Princeton in ’12, he will have continued to further develop his already strong abilities and lax IQ.

  4. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Clarkstown South rising senior goaltender Kris Alleyne, who informed me this morning that he’s given a verbal commitment to accept a scholarship offer from Rutgers. Be sure to check back for more on Kris’ commitment.

  5. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Yorktown rising senior attackman Frankie Fusco, who has just verbally committed to Drexel and be sure to check back for more on his commitment.

  6. justlaxin says:

    Congrats Frankie. Kid plays with such passion and energy. Good get for Drexel, great lefty shooter. Lot of Section 1 kids there now with Stockel, Trizano, Foley, Collins, ….Maybe more I dont know. Good luck to Frank.

  7. old school says:

    Yo Frankie Congrats glad u made that move Ytown Attack will b the real deal next yr.

  8. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Manhasset’s Quinn Moroney, who has committed to Amherst.

  9. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chaminade attackman Ryan Lukacovic, one of the nation’s top rising juniors, has just verbally committed to national champion Virginia.

  10. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Bronxville rising junior attackman Jack Grass has given a verbal commitment to Hopkins. Be sure to check back for Jack’s thoughts on his commitment.

  11. Joe Lombardi says:

    Garden City rising junior attackman Justin Guterding has committed to Duke, the alma mater of Trojans coach Steve Fennell. Be sure to check back for more,

  12. Joe Lombardi says:

    Rising junior middie Matt Prokesch of Eastport-South Manor has committed to Delaware. He also considered Hofstra and UMass. Check back for more.

  13. Trojan Horse says:

    Way to go Justin!

  14. Joe Lombardi says:

    We have a couple of rising senior commits from Connecticut Class L state champ Ridgefield. Attackman/midfielder Eric Scala has decided on Albany and defenseman Brendan Bossidy will be headed to Williams.

  15. Joe Lombardi says:

    Greeley all-section rising senior attackman Alex Scott has committed to Swarthmore. Scott had 40 goals and 30 assists this past season.

  16. Joe Lombardi says:

    Dobbs Ferry rising senior midfielder John Yozzo-Scaperrotta, who played for Prime Time’s 2012 team this summer, has committed to Brown. The athletic Yozzo-Scaperrotta, who was all-section honorable-mention in lacrosse this past spring, is also a football/basketball standout for Dobbs. Check back for more on this commitment.

  17. Eagle Eye says:

    Congrats John. Amazing for a kid from a 1 year old varsity team to go D-1!

  18. Joe Lombardi says:

    Chaminade rising junior goalie Danny Fowler of the Long Island Raiders has verbally committed to Duke.

  19. BIG BOY says:

    Tom Engelken, Sachem East middie, Class of 2013 commits to Delaware.

  20. laxer says:

    monty from lakelandpanas is headed to army

    • Joe Lombardi says:

      Congratulations are in order, laxer. Lakeland/Panas rising senior middie and faceoff specialist Chris Monteferante has committed to join coach Joe Alberici’s program at Army.

      • slacrosse says:

        Congrats. Real strong blue-collar player–leaves it ALL on the field.

        • Bobcat Blues?? says:

          The BH Bobcats are in need of a new boys head coach, this would be a good time to try to take the program to a new level with a coach outside the program. Many underclassmen stayed around to play on travel summer teams this summer unlike teams/classes in the past so the future looks bright.

          • jj fan says:

            Wow the Savastano Brothers should be the first guys called by the Byram athletic director.

          • racer says:

            Yes. The coach has left the school district and will be no longer coaching or teaching in the district.

  21. Joe Lombardi says:

    Goaltender Brendan Supple of Avon, Conn., who attends Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy, has committed to D-II power Le Moyne.

  22. slacrosse says:

    One other positive draw for a coach to BH is the rabid enthusiasm shown by the kids and parents in support not only of lax but in all sports that I’ve seen BH play.

  23. Joe Lombardi says:

    Midfielder Tom Zenker has become the third member of Chaminade’s Class of 2013 to commit to Duke.

    Be sure to check back for more.

  24. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to Fox Lane rising senior defenseman Anthony Grasso, who has committed to Division III power Stevens Tech, the alma mater of Prime Time director Nick Daniello.

  25. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ward Melville’s Jack Bruckner, one of the top midfielders in the Class of 2013, has has given a verbal to Duke.

    Bruckner has been a member of the varsity team since ninth grade and started last year as a 10th-grader.

    He is a versatile player who excels on both offense and faceoffs.

    Check back for more.

  26. Joe Lombardi says:

    John Jay rising senior midfielder Brandon Lew informed me earlier this afternoon that he’s committed to Hamilton. Be sure to check back for more.

  27. Joe Lombardi says:

    Lakeland/Panas senior defenseman Nick Kostik has committed to Albertus Magnus College, which will be launching a Division III program in 2013. Former Fairfield University assistant Darryl Delia will serve as Albertus’ head coach.

  28. Inside says:

    Westrock Lax bringing back the Sunday Box League. This was AWESOME!!!!. Great way to get your skills down playing in the rink like the native americans and the canadiens. Get your team in there LOADS of fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  29. Joe Lombardi says:

    Congrats to St. Anthony’s rising junior attackman Dylan Molloy, who will be playing his college lacrosse at Brown.

  30. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown has its third senior college commit. Midfielder Brian Quigley has verballed to Cortland State.

  31. laxer says:

    Stern from rye commits to play club at richmond?

    • slacrosse says:

      Heard the same. In 2010 the Club team was elevated to “Varsity Club” status as was Michigan’s Club team before going D1.

  32. BigBadBear says:

    anyone want to speculate on who wins the ACC lax crown, with ‘Cuse moving in?

  33. Joe Lombardi says:

    Three seniors from the Millbrook (NY) School are D-I bound: TJ Sanders (attack, Penn State); Aaron Moroney (defense, Towson) and Will Gabrielsen (goaltender, Drexel). Be sure to check back for more.

  34. Joe Lombardi says:

    Just in: Cold Spring Harbor junior midfielder Allen Winkoff has verbally committed to Ohio State.

  35. Joe Lombardi says:

    We have another D-I commit, folks. Arlington junior midfielder Danny Hanson has verballed committed to Albany.

  36. Now a college parent says:

    I still don’t get it. How do players commit to go to a college to play a sport before they have applied academically? What if they don’t get in? Don’t academics come into play at all? And once “committed” and accepted, what guarantee is there that they will be on the team? Most coaches over recruit, don’t they? My son was recruited- he’s one of 60 guys going for 45 spots on the roster, and then there are walk-ons hoping for a chance. ???

  37. SirLaxalot says:

    Yes, every commitment is contingent on acceptance. A commitment is simply a public declaration of the INTENTION to play at a particular school.

    I chuckle when some young reporters write about Ivy League commitments being “contingent upon the admission process” as if it’s any different at other schools. It’s not. But during the recruiting process, coaches obtain grade/SAT info and pretty much know if a recruit will be committed.

    I guess a good question to ask is when freshmen going into soph year commit. That’s too early to know for sure how the grades will be come admission time. Again, though, a commitment is just that – a commitment by both the player and college, but subject to change before it’s finalized by signing the letter of intent.

    • Now a college parent says:

      Thanks for answering. Not only are the grades of a freshman not known, but how do they know what they want to do? My son completely changed his major and type of school he was interested in after his junior year.

  38. NYmike says:

    My two cents on recruiting: After a very successful summer recruiting circuit season my son and I sat down and made a list of the 20 schools he might be interested in (geography, size, lax program, majors). We began recruiting the schools, rather than they recruiting him while interest was developing in the coaching circles. The first place we went to was collegeboard.com. We focused on SAT and admissions, in-state out-of-state acceptance rates, tuition, number of students. When a few letters and phone calls from the Tufts and the Browns came in he straight up about SATs and ACTs and grades, and schools like that weren’t on his list of 20 anyway. If they are on your Sophomore or Junior’s list and the SATs are 1200 he needs to reassess from the Ivy’s and top academic D3s. We asked coaches straight up – how many kids dress, how many travel, do you allow walk-ons. On the school lax websites, how many kids at each position, more important for some positions than others. On laxpower.com under boys/recruiting what are the incoming classes looking like ahead of your kid. Are they heavy on middies or attack, what positions are graduating before your son gets there.

    We weighed all these things. When the top school on the list said they were already good at that position he followed up with an email to the assistant coach thanking him for being up-front, wishing them luck in the upcoming season – always positive.. Two months later, imagine that, there was de-commit and there he is.

    If you can approach it as your son recruiting the colleges and not them recruiting him it is to your advantage. Lastly, don’t go to a school for the coach. What is it like to commit to a school and still have two years to play in high school, who knows what the staff or the program will be like when you get there in 3 years? And who knows how much better (or not) an athlete can become over those seasons. Kudos to those kids who can answer those questions from lacrosse perspective so early – but what about the college and academic perspective, and life after lacrosse.

  39. Joe Lombardi says:

    Senior midfielder Neil Gollogly from defending Connecticut Class L state champion Ridgefield has committed to Siena.

  40. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown star attackman Nick Mariano has made his choice. The junior has verbally committed to UMass.

  41. Joe Lombardi says:

    Arlington has another D-I commit. Goalie JD Colarusso has decided he’ll join teammate and middie Danny Hanson at Albany. Both JD and Danny are juniors.

  42. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown 6-3, 235-pound defenseman Eric Cooley has verbally committed to Rutgers, giving the Huskers four senior commits. Cooley is also a football standout for the Huskers and drew recruiting interest in that sport as well.

  43. Joe Lombardi says:

    Sachem North junior defenseman Tyler Andreassi committed today to UMass. Tyler is also a football standout for the Flaming Arrows.

  44. Joe Lombardi says:

    I was just informed by Mamaroneck coach Jeff Barnard that Tigers junior attackman/midfielder Peter Conley has verbally committed to Georgetown. Be sure to check back for more.

  45. Joe Lombardi says:

    Commitments continue: Taft School (CT) sophomore attackman Tyler Breen selects Virginia. Somers attackman Anthony Carpenter picks Kean University in NJ. Be sure to check back for more.

  46. slacrosse says:

    Congrats and good luck to Breen. Assuming he ends up going there in 3 yrs, great school and program.

    But there we go again! UVA taking a commitment (albeit only verbal) from a 15 yr old to play for them 3 years from now!!

    I dont care what a “verbal” means or doesn’t mean–it’s WRONG on the part of UVA, UNC, etc to take, encourage ANY type of commitment from these young kids–leave them alone!!

    UVA, UNC, etc don’t need to try and “lock-up” 15 yr olds. They already have an embarrassment of incoming talent from pools of Juniors,Seniors, transfers, post-grad, etc. At UNC for example Gallasso and their large “stable” of AA’s already on the team (with some ending up not playing or much) are not enough: This season they’ll also have great player transfer Emala from Georgetown and 5th yr great player McBride from Princeton!!

    The NCAA needs to act and ban ANY type of recruiting for at least Sophomores. Of course the schools could take unilateral action and stop on their own—–nah—nah—that’s not gonna happen–they’re worried their programs would fall apart if they couldn’t get “verbals” from 15 yr olds.

    • laxer says:

      completely agree with you, 100 percent. its a distraction and nothing but a reason to become complacent. I’m currently playing college lacrosse and I worked incredibly hard in order to play at the level I’m at… and for my year I was considered relatively early when i committed at the beginning of august going into my senior year. I didn’t even know what I really wanted with school when I started my sophomore year. There is no way that committing to a school when you are so young is good for anyone.

  47. Joe Lombardi says:

    Two of the region’s leading attackmen have made their college choices. Shoreham-Wading River junior Tim Rotanz has decided on Maryland. Warwick senior James Kolesar has committed to Western New England.

  48. Joe Lombardi says:

    Fairfield Prep junior LSM/D James Marusi has decided on UMass. Check back for more.

  49. Joe Lombardi says:

    Senior midfielder Patrick Wood of Guilderland HS just informed me he’s committed to Stony Brook.

  50. ron j. says:

    Forrest Walter from JJ did not make the Colgate team according to my friend from jj.

  51. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown senior co-captain Joey Raniolo, a midfielder, has committed to Springfield College.

  52. Joe Lombardi says:

    Senior D/LSM Zach Dellecave has verballed to Dowling, giving Sachem North nine senior commits.

  53. Joe Lombardi says:

    The twin brother junior attack combo of A.J. and Austin Rocco of Avon Old Farms (CT) have decided on Yale. The duo received considerable D-I interest. Check back for more.

  54. Joe Lombardi says:

    West Islip keeps churning out D-I recruits. Midfielder Nick Aponte becomes the Lions’ first junior commit, picking Penn State. Be sure to check back for Nick’s thoughts on his choice.

  55. Joe Lombardi says:

    A couple more commitments today, gang: New Canaan defenseman John Rhudy verbals to Army; Lakeland/Panas midfielder Tony Laguerre selects Springfield. Check back for thoughts from both John and Tony.

  56. Joe Lombardi says:

    Sachem North now has 10 senior college commits with middie Tyler Novak verballing today to Florida Southern.

  57. JB says:

    Joe,
    Curt Townshend committed to Tufts and Michael McQuiston is committed to Trinity. Both go to Brunswick.

  58. DG says:

    Connnor Billiings from St. Anthony’s committed to Endicott….

  59. Joe Lombardi says:

    Former New Canaan standout goalie Jimmy Joe Granito, now PGing at Trinity Pawling, signed with Loyola (Md.). Trinity Pawling teammate Dalton Lundy, an attackman from Whitby, Ontario, has signed with Hartford.

  60. Joe Lombardi says:

    The commitments continue, folks. Iona Prep senior attackman/midfielder Luke Wooters just informed me that he’s decided on Division III power Nazareth.

  61. Joe Lombardi says:

    Senior midfielder Alex Dodge of Smithtown West just signed his NLI to attend Sacred Heart University. He was also recruited by UMBC, Marist, Manhatten and Hobart – among others.

  62. Joe Lombardi says:

    New commitments so far today: Northport attackman Brian Cannon, one of the nation’s top sophomores, has verballed to UNC; Fox Lane senior midfielder Nick Grasso has decided on Montclair State.

    Be sure to check back for more.

  63. Joe Lombardi says:

    Here’s a commitment from beyond the region, but of note. One of the top players in the Philly area, midfielder Grayson Helm, a junior at Wyomissing (Pa.) High School, has committed to Bucknell.

  64. Joe Lombardi says:

    John Jay junior defender Mike Skluth, who enjoyed a strong summer for Prime Time 2013, has verbally committed to Albany. Check back for more.

    • Superstar says:

      Great news for Mike, But I think Mike played for Superstar the last few summers. He will be playing for Primetime 2013 this coming fall.

  65. Jaybird says:

    Way to go, Mike! Congrats!!

  66. Joe Lombardi says:

    Darien continues to churn out D-I recruits. Junior middie Sean Foley has verbally committed to Lehigh. Check back for more.

  67. Joe Lombardi says:

    New Canaan junior defenseman Eric Persky has given a verbal to Penn. We will be posting Eric’s Q&A on his commitment soon, so be sure to check back.

  68. wizard2 says:

    Joe where can I find the schedule for the section 1 tourn. and state tourn.?

  69. Tiger Town says:

    Congrats to all the Ridgefield commits and to Sam for his choice of Princeton. Sam you da man!

  70. Townie says:

    What awesome news!!! Congrats Austin!

  71. Domer says:

    Syracuse’s gain is Maryland’s loss. Congrats to Austin and Yorktown.

  72. CT Lax says:

    Would be interesting to know how Michigan discovered a kid from New Hampshire. … Not exactly a lax hotbed – and wonder what travel team or summer tournaments the kid could have played on/in to get that kind of notice.

  73. SirLaxalot says:

    WOW. This is awesome news. When was the last time – if ever – Hen Hud had two major D-I recruits. Congrats Eddie and Hen Hud.

  74. Laximus says:

    Can Hen Hud possibly be the favorite to win the sectional title now that they will be playing in Class C this season?

  75. Sailors Fan says:

    Congrats Eddie! Job well done! There is still more D1 quality talent on this squad including junior attackman Kevin McDermott and junior LSM/D Joe Fraietta, and several returning seniors. Go Sailors!

    • newshound says:

      Absolutely right. Fraietta will be scooped up soon and McDermott has got to be on on someone’s radar. He’s going to score a ton of goals for some D-1 program. A hidden gem at this point.

  76. slacrosse says:

    Great for these kids, Suffern and Section 1

  77. Star Power says:

    Both Gilman and Ledwin (Hop) played for SuperStar which has been churning out D-1 recruits like no other travel team in the tristate of late.

    • newshound says:

      Roy Colsey has put together a great program. Terrific coaches, good kids, and, surprise, a nice bunch of lax parents.

  78. Blue White says:

    Yeh Eddie you beast. Congratsss big dog

  79. Lax n stuff says:

    Wow – big news in Section 1 the last week with Fusco/Manning/Gilman commitments.

  80. laxer932 says:

    Joe, Yorktown has a number of college commitments thus far. Have you ever seen so many commitments on one team like this?

  81. 495 Lax says:

    C’mon now Westchester laxer932. You should have thought to look at programs like GC, Nade and St A’s before touting Yorktown’s # of college recruits as the highest ever.

  82. Joe Lombardi says:

    Two other Trinity Pawling jr. middies from Ontario — Bryce Jurk and Julian Garritano — are also D-I bound. They’ve committed to Sacred Heart.

  83. Laxtime says:

    Joe’s Twitter has been getting quite a workout the last few weeks with all these sophomore commitments. Love getting the news there first then coming here to find out more in depth info.

  84. Lax n stuff says:

    There really has been a boom in Canadian players with great stick skills from box lacrosse coming to US prep schools and landing D-I scholarships. Interesting trend for sure.,

  85. Laxtime says:

    Used to be vey rare to see commitments made this time of year, just prior to season starting. No more.

  86. Tiger Pause says:

    Sean has good athleticism and a good shot and will only continue to improve. Great “get” for Coach Nelson.

  87. laxbra says:

    at a boy kiven

  88. Beach Lax says:

    Tremendous news Chris! Congrats!!

  89. Elephant Man says:

    Good job Chris. Congrats man.

  90. Gael Wins says:

    Congrats Mike! That’s awesome news dude!!!

  91. LaxLessons.com says:

    Senior defenseman Pat Guido, a three-year starter at Eastchester, has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Manhattanville College.

  92. LaxLessons.com says:

    We’ve updated the rundown to include the commitment of the HS lax player known as “A-Rod,” Kennedy Catholic senior attackman Andrew Rodriguez, who has committed to the Division II program at the University of Tampa.

  93. LaxLessons.com says:

    Eastchester senior Nico Martino, a four-year starting longstick midfielder, has made a verbal committment to play at Western Connecticut State University.

  94. Laxerrr says:

    Congrats on UNC Kyle…

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