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LILJ Interview with Arizona State University Commit Taylor Hoss

Taylor Hoss will be furthering her academic and athletic career as a Sun Devil starting in the fall of 2023. She has two more seasons with Sayville lacrosse before she will take her talents to Arizona State University and compete at the Division I level.

LILJ Interview with Lafayette College Commit: George Urich

Chaminade High School junior George Urich is dedicated when it comes to lacrosse. He has been playing for most of his life and has gotten better due to all his hard work. Over the course of his lacrosse journey, he has played for multiple teams, and this has helped him become one of the best

LILJ Interview with Loyola University Maryland Commit Brianna Wendling

Brianna Wendling will become a Loyola University Maryland Greyhound and play Division I lacrosse starting in the fall of 2023. Before she continues her academic and athletic career down in Baltimore, she has a few more seasons with Bethpage girls lacrosse and with her Long Island Jesters club team.

LILJ Interview with University of Massachusetts Lowell Commit Alexa Kuhn

Alexa Kuhn has committed to her new home, University of Massachusetts Lowell, where she will further her academic and athletic career. Before she becomes a Riverhawk in the fall of 2023, she has the opportunity to lead her team in net for two more seasons at Rocky Point.

LILJ Interview with United States Naval Academy Commit: Aidan Lough

Going to a great high school can be the gateway to attending an amazing college. This is the case especially when it comes to sports due to the amazing coaches that help you reach the college level. For Chaminade High School junior Aidan Lough, playing lacrosse for one of the top high schools on Long

LILJ Interview with Providence College Commit: Joey Forchelli

When it comes to learning sports, we are always tempted to try it out when we see someone else doing it. Trying out a new sport can be a one-day trial run, or it could be a sport that you want to play for the rest of your life. For MacArthur High School junior Joey

LILJ Interview with University of Delaware Commit Emma McLam

Emma McLam has officially committed to further her academic and athletic career at University of Delaware. Before she joins the Blue Hens family, she will have two more opportunities to make another run at the State Championship with the Northport tigers.

 

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