High School Zone: Beyond the Northeast

* Scoreboard Central: Finals, box scores from Saturday’s action * Box score From press release COSTA MESA, Calif. – On a perfect California day it was an imperfect result for the University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team as the sixth-ranked Fighting Irish fell to No. 12 Denver, 10-7, in the inaugural Pacific Coast Shootout […]

Air Force has been flying high when it comes to landing commitments from standouts in the nation’s No. 1 hotspot for lacrosse, the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut region. The latest commitment for the Falcons comes not only from beyond the tristate, but beyond the Northeast well. It comes from athletic midfielder Cole Haverty of Westminster Schools […]

Like many youngsters, Ian Miller played a wide variety of sports. “I started off between the ages of 5-9 being a gymnast and playing soccer,” he said. “I then dropped both of those sports and started playing football until I was introduced to lacrosse in the sixth grade.” That’s when everything changed for Miller, who […]

Considering the fact that he’s a Jacksonville, Fla., native, it should come as no surprise that Anthony Teixeira grew up playing football. But that all changed when Teixeira was in the fifth grade. “A few kids in my neighborhood were talking about trying out lacrosse and I thought it sounded fun, so I signed up […]

When Blake Tyndall first started playing lacrosse as a third-grader, it wasn’t nearly as popular in his home state of Texas then as it is now. And his friends let him know it. “Being from Texas, I’ve caught some grief over the years for having my lacrosse stick with me so much,” he said. But […]

It didn’t take William Hudson long to establish his potential as a Division I recruit. For the junior goaltender at Westminster Schools in Georgia, it happened after his freshman year when he made the rising sophomore all-star game at the Maverick Showtime National Lacrosse Recruiting Spotlight. Hudson cemented his D-I future when he verbally committed […]

For the latest Class of 2016 commitment, we head down to the Sunshine State. Eric Simon, goalie at Martin County High School (Fla.) and Blue Devil Elite club team, verbally committed to Delaware last week, a commitment first reported by Joe Lombardi on LaxLessons.com’s Lacrosse Insider premium coverage section. A 6-foot-1,  170-pound goalie righty, Simon […]

Sometimes, an athlete’s name is a perfect fit. Meet Will Rock. One of the most highly regarded 2017 long-stick players, the McLean, Va., native is an aggressive, strong and rangy player with good stick skills, speed. Couple that with his ideal size (6-foot-3, 185 pounds), and, well, the University of Virginia will be getting a […]

Caelahn Bullen is an impact player in lacrosse, whether he’s playing indoors or outdoors. The sophomore goalie at Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.) will be playing the field game exclusively at the next level, verbally committing to the admissions process at Cornell University. A Calgary, Alberta native, Bullen competed this past summer for the West Coast Starz, while […]

For our latest Class of 2015 commitment, we travel beyond the tristate, and in fact, beyond the Northeast, and all the way down to Tallahassee, Fla., where MacLay School attackman Stephen Chase has made his choice after drawing interest from many of the nation’s premier programs. Chase has verbally committed to Notre Dame. A two-time […]

Midfielder Christian Zawadzki of Smithtown West High School (N.Y.), who committed to Maryland as a sophomore, signs his National Letter of Intent. Goaltender Matt Smidt, also of Smithtown West High School (N.Y.), who is bound for Ohio State, with Bulls head coach Bob Moltisanti Jr. and assistant coach Mark Rotella after signing his NLI. Here […]

Senior commits from New York Class C state finalist Bronxville: Matt Behrens (Georgetown, left) and Will Duncan (Providence) flank head coach Tim Horgan. Commits from the Minnesota Elite girls lacrosse club team Anne Slusser (Duke), Lydia Sutton (USC) and Lauren Kelly (Louisville), along with their coaches Laura Mark and Linda Hokr. Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.) has 12 […]

Ara Atayan of New York Class C state finalist Bronxville became the first Class of 2017 commit when he verballed to the University of North Carolina on Sept. 29. Now, we have another, and this one, comes from far beyond the tristate region. Christian Marshall, a two-way midfielder from Las Vegas, had no shortage of […]

If you’ve been following our updates from the newsroom of our Lacrosse Insider premium coverage section, you know by now that Lafayette College has emerged as a presence in the world of Division I recruiting. Most of those verbals have come from standouts in the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lacrosse, the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut […]

The role lacrosse has played in Parker Widhelm’s family spans generations. Widhelm’s grandather, Gus Widhelm, a product of the Gilman School in Baltimore, was an All-America defender at Johns Hopkins in 1959. “I have grown up with him talking about his time playing,” Widhelm. One day, Parker, who also plays defense, may have a similar […]