Author Archives: Corey Winkoff
On an island where lacrosse is a way of life, a space has come onto the scene that was designed for that very culture. Built for lacrosse players, by lacrosse players, Goal Line Extended Performance is a brand new indoor, lacrosse specific training complex designed with all the bells and whistles, while maintaining the structure
Hope. Anticipation. Nerves. Words to describe the state of so many Long Island High School laxers prior to last week’s disappointing news. Today, the Long Island air is filled with sighs of defeat. When High School Spring sports got officially cancelled, the local lacrosse community read this news as “lacrosse season has been taken, my
Coach Wink has seen countless players play, teams compete, and coaches coach. His analysis of the game is genuine. Pulling from his experience watching, studying, analyzing, and critiquing, there are certain personalities in the game who have developed the entire package. In his mind, these people tend to stand out amongst the rest.
July 1st, 2019, Harvard announces Gerry Byrnes as the next Frisbie Family Head Coach for the Men’s Lacrosse Program. Stoic. Enthusiastic. Proven. If there is one man this school could hire to make Harvard Men’s Lacrosse a national power, it’s Long Island native Gerry Byrne. Tonight on BYG, we bring Gerry on to talk life
You ever followed someone on twitter because every time they post something you say to yourself, “that’s an awesome piece of advice!” For me, that person is Jon Beck of PureSweat, which is a basketball training company. Jon also works with youth, high school, college, and professional athletes. Jon’s goal is to develop great habits,
This past July of 2019, Ryan Wellner joined the Notre Dame staff after a successful eight-year stint at the Naval Academy. He spent the last three seasons as the associate head coach after five years of being an assistant. Wellner is widely regarded as one of the top defensive coaches in the sport and he
During his freshman year of High School, Connor Kelly was cut from his hockey team. That motivated him to pursue a life-long mission in the sport of lacrosse, becoming the best he could possibly be. After getting dropped by big times schools like UVA and Carolina during his recruiting process, Connor soon graduated from the
2019 marked another successful season for Long Island High School lacrosse. A plethora of talent ran up and down the fields throughout the season. Some were recognized amongst the rest as stand-outs. Before we look forward to 2020, let’s take a quick look back and recognize the dozens of athletes who earned accolades from the
Girls Emma LoPinto (2021, Attack, Manhasset)- Florida, the Number 1 ranked junior to come off the island, Lopinto does it all. The Gators of Florida are recruiting the island heavily and they are succeeding at scooping up the best of the best. Lopinto is a do-it-all attacker. No job is beneath her on the field.
For the first time since 2014, the Huntington boys varsity lacrosse team hosted a first round playoff game. Yesterday, Blue Devil’s Stadium was rocking! Dozens of students filled the stands in preparation to watch their boys varsity lacrosse team take on Sachem East in round one of the Suffolk Class A Playoffs. The first half