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Author Archives: Kenneth Tse

UNC Star Attackman Chris Gray’s Tips For Success

UNC Lacrosse Star Chris Gray didn’t achieve his D1 dominance overnight. As a Long Island lacrosse prodigy, the college junior spent years mastering his craft at Shoreham Wading River high school. The lethal attack man won multiple awards during this tenure, a status equally matched by his ability on the football field. He would later

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5 Training Tips From Adelphi Lacrosse Star Kerrin Heuser

Women's Lacrosse star Kerrin Heuser knows a thing or two about training. The two time All-American had tremendous career at Hicksville High School, where she currently holds the record with 225 goals. After five years with the team, the midfielder chose to attend the powerhouse Stony Brook University, but in the fall, she is starting

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Hugh Kelleher and Nick LiCalzi receive the Inaugural Tom Flatley Award

Earlier this month, the first Inaugural Tom Flatley Award was given to two members of the Long Island Lacrosse community. The award, named after the legendary Garden City coach who passed away in May, will be given to male football and lacrosse student athletes who have shown strength and leadership on and off the field.

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LILJ’s NCAA All Long Island Division 3 Girls Team

After fantastic high school tenures, lacrosse players all throughout Long Island are taking the next step in their playing careers. They have simply taken their game to a whole new level, paving the way for future generations. These athletes have shown the dedication that it takes to succeed in the sport and lend to the

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Garden City Coach Tom Flatley Passes Away At 80

Tom Flatley, the legendary former Head Coach of Garden City’s lacrosse and football teams, passed away Tuesday following his battle with pancreatic cancer. The coach spearheaded the two sports programs for three decades, both of which remain Nassau County giants. Flatley’s selfless nature will always be a defining characteristic of the coach, who is undoubtedly

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LILJ’s NCAA All Long Island Division 3 Boys Team

After fantastic high school tenures, lacrosse players all throughout Long Island are taking the next step in their playing careers. They have simply taken their game to a whole new level, paving the way for future generations. These athletes have shown the dedication that it takes to succeed in the sport and lend to the

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LILJ’s NCAA All Long Island Division 2 Girls Team

Long Island has provided some great talent to the NCAA in recent years. After stellar high school careers comprised of leadership and storied playoff runs, these players have taken their game to the next level. They are a part of the fabric of the Long Island Lacrosse community and have made it stronger through their

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LILJ’s NCAA All Long Island Division 2 Boys Team

Long Island has provided some great talent to the NCAA in recent years. After stellar high school career comprised of leadership and storied playoff runs, these players have taken their game to the next level. They are a part of the fabric of the Long Island Lacrosse community and have made it stronger through their

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Legendary Lacrosse Coach Diane ‘Chappy’ Chapman To Retire After 29 Years

Head Coach Diane Chapman announced her retirement, Monday, following a brilliant career with Garden City Girls Lacrosse. Known for her passion and knowledge for the game, she has been paramount in the lives of so many up-and-coming female athletes. Since her start nearly three decades ago, Chapman sports an impeccable resume with 787 wins in

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Delaware’s Matt Deluca: The PLL’s Newest Star Goalie

Following four prosperous years at the University of Delaware, Matt DeLuca is now taking the next big step in his lacrosse career. The Farmingdale native was captain of his high school team and was a two time All-American and All-County Selection. He continued with success with the Blue Hens, starting for three years and earning

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