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Never lose the appreciation for those who came before you. It’s learning the generation before you. It’s that appreciation and attention that will all you to see further, get better, be greater.
Camp starts Tuesday – don’t miss the boat on a great week of lax and camp life! Kindergarten thru 8th Grade boys and girls When: July 5- July 8 Where: St Pauls School, Garden City NY What: great week of lax, sun, color war activities! Contact: 516.750.6500
4 days until the #BigX tournament at LIU Post! There will be 1 champ in each grade. There are 4 age divisions competing this weekend. Which class are you getting ready to dominate?
We all know that most parents, at some point, attended summer camp. Today, kids don’t tend to get that same experience. Families are so consumed with their organized summer travel schedule that young kids don’t get the summer camp experience. During July 4th week, FLG Lacrosse offers a unique summer camp experience for Kindergarten through
FLG uncommitted 2018, Kevin Winkoff, scores hatrick in semi-final win. Kevin leads Cold Spring Harbor to the Class C Nassau County Championships.
BU is a hot topic right now in Men’s NCAA Division I, and so is their gear. Check out BU’s fresh gear, compliments of FLG great Allen Winkoff @air28
Baltimore Convention Center: Fan Fest – Saturday, Jan 24th from 11AM – 5PM US Lacrosse will be hosting the largest and most comprehensive educational and networking event in the world for lacrosse coaches, officials and administrators, and to open the sport’s largest exposition hall to lacrosse fans of all ages at the annual Fan Fest.
Friday, December 19th – 6:30PM Check in LIU Post Brookville, Hillwood Commons FLG Recruiting night is an educational evening for FLG players and their parents to have an opportunity to learn more about the college recruiting process and experience from the FLG Alumni as well as its directors. FLG Boys & Girls Alumni Panel:
Strength, grit and pure athleticism, the ever-evolving face-off position is not reserved for the weak at heart. Gone are the days when coaches selected a player at random; the face-off position has become increasingly popular and highly-specialized, so much so that college coaches are taking it into serious consideration when recruiting an athlete. As the