Joey Froccaro will be third brother to play at Princeton
There may be no name as synonymous with a college lacrosse program right now than the name Froccaro and Princeton lacrosse. For good reason. Jeff Frocarro wrapped up his college career this past spring as an All-Ivy League standout and four-year starter. Jake Frocarro ended his freshman year by earning Ivy League rookie of the […]
Player’s perspective: Princeton-bound Froccaro, one of nation’s top seniors, welcomes new coach
Jake Froccaro is a talented player whose highlight reel is as impressive as his No. 12 national ranking among current high school seniors by Inside Lacrosse. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Port Washington attackman/midfielder also has some strong bloodlines. His older brother, Jeff, is a standout at Princeton, who was a second-team All-Ivy League selection as a freshman […]
Froccaro helps Bates win Princeton debut 17-14 over Hofstra; Dartmouth upsets Colgate; notes on other games
Freshman midfielder Jeff Froccaro of Port Washington (left) had three goals, including a crucial insurance goal with 2:09 remaining, as eighth-ranked host Princeton edged No. 11 Hofstra 17-14 today. The game marked the debut of first-year Princeton head coach Chris Bates, (pictured below right) a 1985 John Jay graduate who took over the Princeton program […]
Here is your 2009 LaxLessons.com all-region team
Well, here we are. Almost. This week, we are conducting our balloting for LaxLessons.com regional coach of the year. That voting lasts till midnight on Saturday. Then, we will open voting for our regional player of the year, which will conclude July 19. Now though, here is the 2009 LaxLessons.com all-region team. Be sure to […]
LaxLessons.com all-region team: Whos the best midfielder?
Before we get set to start Week 2 of our LaxLessons.com all-region team voting and the midfield position, let’s check out the final vote tally for the attack position.