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LI Top 10 Parochial Girls

There is a tremendous amount of talent amongst the Parochial girls heading into the 2020 season. Here is who the LILJ has ranked has the top 10. 1 Katie DeSimone Attack St. Anthony’s 2 Hunter Roman Midfield St. Anthony’s 3 Natalie Smith Midfield St. Anthony’s 4 Kayla Martello Midfield Sacred Heart 5 Olivia Cruthers Attack

Long Island Committed Corner, Week of Nov 4th

Boys Aiden McCaffrey (2021, D, Comsewogue)- Delaware-  McCaffrey has a great stick and that includes his stick handling ability and getting his stick in the passing lanes to cause turnovers. He creates opportunities for the offense through transition, and he’s a good off-ball defender. Tough is the best word to describe defenseman coming from Coach

LI Top 10 Parochial Boys

The Parochial schools are loaded with talent. All these Parochial programs are historic programs and there have been great college and pro players that came from these respective  schools. Here are the top 10 Parochial boys presented by the LILJ:

Brennan O’Neill, Ready To Light Up 2020

Brennan O’Neill may be the best lacrosse player to have ever come through Long Island. The number one recruit in the nation had received scholarship offers as early as middle school, and was committed to Penn State in 8th grade. He has since switched his commitment and next year he along with fellow St. Anthony’s

Desmond Megna, From Hobby to Lifelong Passion

Desmond Megna has an impressive athletic background. A native Long Islander, Megna was a three sport standout at William Floyd High School. Staying active during college,  Desmond played both Soccer and Lacrosse at LIU Southampton. At LIU Megna turned in one of the most decorated careers in school history. An all conference player in both

Tim McCormack; Taking the Lead at ASU

Tim McCormack has spent his whole life in and around lacrosse. The Long Beach native played goalie at Long Beach High for his entire four year high school career. At Long Beach, McCormack accrued a long list of accolades including making the All-American team and a Nassau County Goalie of the Year.

Manhattan College, On The Rise.

Manhattan College Jaspers Head Coach: Drew Kelleher Assistant Coach: John Odiera, Dave Fabroni Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 2019 record: 6-8 (2-5 in conference) “Our guys had a really good fall and we’re all excited to get to work this spring. This is the closest team that we’ve had and these guys do a great


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