The goal of most travel programs is to improve players’ skills and get them exposure so that they have opportunities to play at the next level.

That’s something the directors and coaches at Predators Lacrosse know something about.

All of them have played lacrosse at the Division I college level.

Now, their mission is to pool their collective expertise and knowledge for the benefit of its growing group of players from Westchester County in New York, Fairfield County in Connecticut and the entire New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate region.

The Predators’ main point of emphasis is on providing the finest team and individual instruction in the area.  As evidenced by the recent success their players enjoyed this spring, it’s clear that the program’s grass-roots campaign has helped shape the career path of some of the area’s most elite players.

The Predators 2017 club team was recognized as one of the top teams in the country over the past few summers as it rarely ever had a loss.  That particular team has set the bar extremely high for others to follow.
The amount of recruits that have emerged from the Predators Lacrosse Club is certainly impressive as many of them will be competing at the highest level next spring.

predatorsTake a look at some of the most recent success stories:

Ara Atayan – M – Bronxville – UNC (pictured above)

Davis Allen – M/A – Pelham – Notre Dame (pictured below)

Ryan Kirkpatrick – A – Rye – Undecided

Will Hynson – M – Rye – High Point

Brendan Dugan – A – Rye

Zack Samberg – A – Rye – Duke

Chris Kovacs – M – Rye – Undecided
James Swartz – G – Bronxville – Harvard
Jerry Frost – A – Bronxville – Undecided
Matt McLaughlin – A – Harrison – Lehigh
James Murray – M – Bronxville – Undecided
Thomas Chai – A – RCDS – UPenn – Undecided
Ryan Blume – Eastchester – LSM – CW Post
Chuck Conway – Pelham  – D – West Point
Matt McCleary – Endicott – A – Tappan Zee
Alex Miller – Skidmore – LSM – Scarsdale
Will Cabrera – A – Yale
Isaac Newland –  Sleepy Hollow – M – High Point
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