Horace Greeley (NY) standout Grossman eager to help Boston University build a winner.
One of Jack Grossman’s main strengths as a lacrosse player is his good vision. That quality came in handy when it came time to decide on a college. The senior attackman/midfielder at Horace Greeley High School (N.Y.) wanted a large school that combined a strong lacrosse program with outstanding academics. He found what he was […]
Homire, leading scorer among middies on St. Anthony’s (NY) JV team, gives BU its first 2015 tristate commit
Boston University’s first Class of 2015 tristate commit is in the book and it comes by way of national power St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington, N.Y. Attackman/midfielder Brendan Homire has verballed to coach Ryan Polley’s Terriers, according to Joe Lombardi on LaxLessons.com’s Lacrosse Insider special coverage section. The 5-foot-11, 160-pound Homire led all […]
Rye grad Mike Benincasa decides on Delaware
Mike Benincasa’s athletic ability is evident as soon as he steps foot on the lacrosse field. The recent Rye High School (N.Y.) graduate was a four-year varsity standout as a center on the Garnets’ hockey team. Benincasa will be playing both sports this coming school year at the Westminster School (Conn.). After that, Benincasa will […]
Harborfields 6-foot-4 middie Schwartz hopes to make a big impact in college
Zach Schwartz should make a big impact at the next level. Literally. The Harborfields (N.Y.) senior midfielder is 6-foot-4. But size isn’t his only attribute. “I also consider my speed and lacrosse IQ some of my strengths as a midfielder,” Schwartz said. Those talents will be on display in his final varsity season with the […]