It’s been quite a week for travel lacrosse in the tristate. Two of the top and most established travel programs have made some big changes. SuperStar and coach Roy Colsey have joined Prime Time and Express North has hired one of the nation’s most well-known and successful coaches, Jeff Brameier, from the Connecticut Chargers. Colsey, […]

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With the summer travel season now one for the books, we’ve been sharing our notes with our thoughts on tristate players who impressed. Here are five more Class of 2019 standouts: Macklin Fitzpatrick, Avon Old Farms (CT), A: The powerful finisher is an ambidextrous offensive force with a quick release and extremely accurate shot. Mason […]

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When former Princeton coach Bill Tierney left to take over at Denver in 2009, the impact was immediate in terms of tristate recruits. Not to mention college lacrosse overall. After all, Tierney became the first college lacrosse coach to win an NCAA Division I championship west of the Eastern Time Zone. It remains to be […]

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We presented updates on Class of 2019 summer travel standouts — and have more to come. But first, we want to get the Class of 2020 (rising sophomores) in on the action. We have several separate reports on players who’ve impressed the last couple of months. Yes, we made a list, and we’re checking it […]

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Our daily dose of new 2018 verbals takes us to all three states in NY/NJ/CT. We start in Connecticut, where Division III power Ithaca just picked up a big commitment from one of the top rising senior defenders in the FCIAC. Chris D’Entrone of Ridgefield HS is a rare three-sport athlete with a tremendous upside. […]

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The big shakeup in the White House on Friday has a Long Island lacrosse connection. Newly named communications director Anthony Scarmucci is a Port Washington native who is the father of recent Manhasset HS grad Anthony Scaramucci Jr., a longstick midfielder who will play at Sacred Heart University. Anthony Sr., a 53-year-old entrepreneur, financier and author, […]

A trio of new Division I rising senior commitments start with a defending champion. We start with defending Tournament of Champions winner Delbarton where goaltender Miles Lenin has committed to Yale’s admission’s process. Lenin is a strong stopper with good clearing and communication skills. He’s Delbarton’s fifth 2018 commitment, joining the following: Chet Comizio, Villanova, midfield; […]

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Let’s get right to our newest Class of 2018 commitments, with both coming from Connecticut, before we bring you a 2018 verbal after a decommitment from a Long Island standout. Attackman Connor Galante of prep power Loomis Chaffee will stay in state to play his college lax, committing to Trinity College.to @Trinity_MLax. Lefty with ideal size […]

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We have a fresh batch of Class of 2018 commitments — and news of a Hudson Valley varsity coaching appointment — in this update. We start with one of the top defenders in Section 1 (NY), which includes high schools in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Dutchess counties. Isaiah Rust of Section 1 Class B finalist John […]

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We’ve been sharing our thoughts on players who stood out during the summer travel season the next few weeks in all the high school classes. If you have tips, thoughts and nominations, email us at info@laxlessons.com. Here’s our latest 2019 standout watch. Christian Barnard, Brunswick (CT), G: Barnard is an outstanding stopper, first and foremost. He’s especially strong […]

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We have a pair of new 2018 commitments to bring you now — one from upstate New York and the other from Long Island. Let’s start upstate where one of the top defenders on Class A state finalist Pittsford has just committed to one of the nation’s top Division III programs.D/LSM Trevar Hall to @TuftsLacrosse. […]

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One of the top Class of 2018 defensemen in the Hudson Valley will be staying in state to play his college lacrosse. Cullen Dell of three-time Section 1 (NY) Class C champ Pleasantville has decided on Division III Ithaca College. Dell is a big pickup for the Bombers. Literally. He’s 6-foot-3, 190 pounds. He’s also […]

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We will be sharing our thoughts on players who have stood out during the summer travel season the next few weeks in all the high school classes. If you have tips, thoughts and nominations, email us at info@laxlessons.com. This is our first 2019 standout watch. Sean Derby, St. Anthony’s (NY), D: The Army commit is […]

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