ASA College will launch a men’s lacrosse team next spring, becoming the first junior college program located in New York CIty.

The Avengers, who will compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association, will offer athletic scholarships to qualified student-athletes as well as provide housing in athletic dorms.

Former Hofstra University player Vince Daniels is the program’s first head coach. Daniels had been coaching on NYU’s club team the last 10 years, including five years as the Violets’ head coach.

ASA has an enrollment of 5,000 with campuses located in midtown Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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One Response to “ASA becomes first junior college in tristate to field a lacrosse team”

  1. smoothtalker says:

    i heard Longo will be attending there, is that true?

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