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LILJ Ten 2024 FOGO’s to Watch

So many games are won or lost because of what happens at the face-off X and who comes away with more possessions. While some of these players are truly a face-off get-off, some of them defy the term FOGO and can stay on the field as a true midfielder and make winning plays beyond just

LILJ Committed Feature with Danny Aiello

The United States Naval Academy has their share of commits from the island. One of those commits is 2024 Bayport midfielder Danny Aiello. Aiello got the call from Navy Head Coach Joe Amplo on July 1st, and it wasn’t long after that before he announced his commitment. Making the decision to commit to Navy has

LILJ Ten 2024 Girls to Watch: Goalies

Recognizing the 2024 goalie class, the LILJ has seen a number of goalies that have had remarkable seasons and continued it throughout the summer. Some of them already have a couple of years under their belts as a full time starter, while others may have shared the goalie duties and can see their playing time

LILJ Ten 2024 Boys Players to Watch: Goalies

This week the LILJ highlights the last line of defense and the ones manning the pipes. Often times a goalie that’s confident and has momentum can carry a team a long way. Here are 10 goalies seen by the LILJ. Some are coming off of monster 2022 seasons, others may have seen time briefly but

LILJ Ten 2024 Players to Watch: Attack

Putting the spotlight on the 2024 attack class, there’s plenty of talent that is going to be must see in the 2023 season. The attributes and skills that they bring to the table were on display over the course of the spring season and throughout the summer. Many of them have already proven that they

LILJ Ten 2024 Players to Watch: Attack

This week we’re shifting the focus to the attack unit as our ten 2024s to watch continues. Between the impeccable stick work, accurate shooting, and precise passing, so many of them were primary focal points of their team’s offense and at times put the team on their back in some of the biggest games. Here

LILJ Committed Feature With Emma Hendry

Commack’s Emma Hendry will be taking her talents to Army West Point where she has committed to continue her lacrosse and academic career. Going back to her recruiting process Hendry recounts getting the call on July 1st from Head Coach Michelle Tumolo, describing her as one of the nicest people to talk to. Initially she


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