Andrew Arcuri lit it up in the net in 2019 for Westhampton, as he had 156 saves. After a great career playing for Westhampton, he will be attending Siena College in the fall where he will be playing for the Saints. Andrew began playing goalie in the first grade and fell in love with the position. While still continuing to improve his game, he is hoping that his time at Siena will bring them a MACC Championship. Continue reading about Andrew down below in an interview with the LILJ.
Q. What were some of the deciding factors in choosing to play at Siena?
A. The deciding factors were the size of the school and the coaching staff.
Q. How have you been staying active during quarantine?
A. I have been working out, running, and goalie training during the quarantine to stay active.
Q. How did you get into playing the goalie position?
A. When I was in first grade, every player on the team had to play goalie at least once, so when I finally got my chance, I loved it , and have been playing goalie ever since.
Q. Are there any areas in your game where you still feel you can improve?
A. I feel I can improve on every part of my game.
Q. What are some memories that stand out for you while playing for Westhampton?
A. My favorite memory of Westhampton Beach Lacrosse has to be when we beat Islip, the defending state champs last year. We came back from a 2 goal deficit and won 10-7.
Q. What are some of the goals you are hoping to accomplish at Siena?
A. My goal at Siena is to win the MACC championship and help the program excel.