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Author Archives: Brendan Capozzi

LILJ Interview with High Point University Commit: Jonathan Alfiero

As it pertains to lacrosse, Jonathan Alfiero has been playing it for a long time. He was introduced to the game at a very young age and has loved playing it ever since. Jonathan has become one of the top defenders on Long Island and this has made him a top recruit for the class

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LILJ Interview with United States Naval Academy Commit: Billy Francois

College coaches are looking for players that have what it takes to help the team win as soon as possible. Many high school athletes decide to commit to a university during their senior year of high school. However, there are many special athletes that make that decision to commit before then. For Longwood High School

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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

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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

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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

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LILJ Interview with United States Naval Academy Commit: Tristan Mullahey

Garden City High School junior Tristan Mullahey has loved playing lacrosse throughout his life. He has been playing for a long time and has enjoyed every second of the journey he is on right now. “I started playing lacrosse around second or third grade. None of my parents played lacrosse but since I grew up

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LILJ Interview with United States Military Academy Commit: Drew Miller

Being versatile is something that many people can do. In the sports world, it is important because having the ability to play multiple positions can make a coach’s job a lot easier. For Northport High School junior Drew Miller, he is a top player on his team due to his ability to play multiple positions.

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LILJ Interview with Fairfield University Commit: Lars Heimlich

Being an athlete is something that many people cherish. They work hard on the field to make sure they put their team in the best possible position to win. For Islip High School junior Lars Heimlich, he is taking the off-season very seriously in hopes of getting better before the season begins. “I love going

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LILJ Interview with Johns Hopkins University Commit: Luke Martin

At some point during our lives, we tend to learn sports from someone that we know. We can learn a sport from our coaches, friends, and family members. For St. Anthony’s High School junior Luke Martin, he learned the game from his family and has been able to gain a lot of knowledge from his

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LILJ Interview with Johns Hopkins University Commit: Nick Bruckner

To get better at a sport, you need to work hard during the season. In many athletes’ eyes, the off-season is more important because it is the time to get better in all aspects of the game. Ward Melville High School junior Nick Bruckner is taking that step by getting his body in the right

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