LaxLessons launches women’s playbooks, partners with Epoch Lacrosse

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LaxLessons, home of the premier lacrosse coaching instruction website and mobile app, is pleased to announce the launch of LaxLessons Women and a partnership with Epoch Lacrosse. The new partners will provide a free Epoch Dragonfly shaft to the first 100 coaches to sign up for an annual playbook subscription. LaxLessons Women builds upon LaxLessons’ […]

One of Long Island’s top girls players, 2016 midfielder Miller, makes USC her choice

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Kerrigan Miller had her pick of many of the nation’s top Division I women’s lacrosse programs. But when it came down to it, the mix of academics and athletics were her main determining factors. “Sun and 80-degree weather doesn’t hurt either,” the Bayport-Blue Point High School (N.Y.) 2016 standout said. Not at all. Miller will […]

Yorktown (NY) 2015 standout Concialdi is latest recruiting coup for USC’s new women’s program

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The USC women’s lacrosse program is in just its second year. Which makes the Trojans’ efforts on the recruiting scene all the more impressive. USC has already emerged as one of the leading destinations for the premier girls high school players in the country. Chalk up another one for the Trojans. Class of 2015 midfielder […]

Syracuse-bound Niskayuna (NY) Class of 2016 standout Goldstock will follow cousin Luke’s D-I path

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Lacrosse fans will recognize the last name. After all, attackman Luke Goldstock wrapped up his varsity career at Niskayuna High School this past spring by leading the Silver Warriors to an unbeaten record through the New York state semifinals and as a consensus Top 5 player at his position nationally by high school lacrosse experts […]

University of Dayton to launch D-I women’s lacrosse program

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The University of Dayton will add women’s lacrosse as an intercollegiate sport and begin competition in spring of 2016. The addition of women’s lacrosse, the fastest-growing team sport in the U.S., according to the most recent research by Sports Marketing Surveys USA, gives Dayton 18 intercollegiate sports. “Lacrosse is enjoying unprecedented growth,” University of Dayton  […]

Syosset’s Rosen becomes latest member of her family to play at college level

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Emily Rosen is joining the club. It’s also happens to be a family-run one. The junior defender at Syosset High School (N.Y.) has verbally committed to George Washington University, making her the latest member of her family to play at the Division I level. Rosen’s father, Michael, got it all started when he played hockey […]

Long Island boys, girls teams for Under Armour Underclass Tournaments

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Long Island teams that will compete in the 2013 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic Underclass Tournament at Towson University in Maryland July3-5 have been selected. Boys Craig Berge, 2014, midfield, Massapequa Liam Blohm, 2014, longstick midfield, Syosset Sam Bonafede, 2014, midfield, Chaminade Brian Cannon, 2014, attack, Northport Nicholas Capuana, 2014, defense, Massapequa J.t. Caputo, 2014, […]

Guilderland sophomore Quimby selects Syracuse women’s lacrosse

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The Syracuse University women’s lacrosse team is ranked fifth in the latest IWLCA Division I coaches’ poll. And the Orange are also making their mark when it comes to recruiting. Earlier this month, we told you Syracuse landed a commitment from sophomore midfielder Mary Rahal of Queensbury High School (N.Y.). Today, we have news of another […]

Niskayuna speedy sophomore Picardi commits to Colgate

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Last week at this time, we told you about a sophomore commitment from upstate New York power Nisakyuna with Bri Sacks’ decision to attend UMass. Sacks is not the only Silver Warriors 10th-grader bound for the Division I ranks. Anna Picardi, a center/mid, has given a verbal commitment to Colgate University. Picardi has four goals […]

Niskayuna (NY) standout Sacks (UMass) joins girls sophomore commit trend

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High school sophomores making verbal commitments to Division I college programs has been a trend in the men’s lacrosse for two years. Now, it’s making its way to the women’s game. We told you about St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) midfielder Ella Bonafede, who decided on Duke, and Queensbury (N.Y.) and Queensbury (N.Y.) midfielder Mary Rahal, who […]

News & Notes: Girls lacrosse safety under microscope; lacrosse sticks now allowed as carry-on luggage; more headlines

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A bill that would have required helmets be worn by girls lacrosse players that was proposed for the state of Maryland wound up being withdrawn, but according to Athletic Business, the proposal has sparked a conversation about safety in the girls game. In an interesting development earlier this week, lacrosse sticks are now being allowed […]

News & notes: Growth of D-I women’s game explored; more headlines

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Women’s lacrosse is growing at a rapid pace at the Division I level, with no signs of stopping. That’s subject of a feature story published Feb. 6 in the Baltimore Sun. In other headlines from this past week: * Game times set for men’s championship games * Sacred Heart University employs hidden-ball trick * HS […]

Maverik Showtime Lacrosse Spotlight will now be getting girls national attention, too

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The Maverik Showtime National Recruiting Spotlight has emerged as one of the major events on the summer calendar during its five-year history. Beginning next summer, girls players will also be in the spotlight. Maverik Showtime Lacrosse has announced the launch of the inaugural invitation-only “Girls National Recruiting Spotlight” on June 24-27, 2013 at Western Connecticut […]

Here are your 2012 New York, Connecticut state champions; New Jersey Tournament of Champions winners

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BOYS State championships Connecticut  at Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk Class L Fairfield Prep 8, Ridgefield 6 Class M Darien 11, New Canaan 5 Class S Joel Barlow 15, Somers 2 New York at Faller Field, Middletown High School  Class A West Islip  12, Ithaca 7 Class B Garden City 11, Irondequoit 5 Class C […]

Darien sophomore standout Stein set on Northwestern

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High school sophomores making verbal commitments to colleges has become more and more prevalent in men’s lacrosse for more than a year. Is the trend coming to the women’s game? Northwestern University, which has won six national titles the last seven years, recently landed a commitment from one of the nation’s top 10th-graders. Emily Stein […]

Schedules scanner: College men’s/women’s, HS boys/girls rundown

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College schedules are, of course, up and running. High school slates are being finalized. But let’s take a look at how things stand now, as the start of the high school season rapidly approaches. Here are links from LaxPower.com to access the  websites with college schedules for the conferences and teams you’re interested in: MEN’S […]