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Last week, we released #100 to #75 on our Top 100 Players list. Now, we present the next wave of this year’s star athletes. To check out where your favorite athlete ranks, check it out below.
We kicked off last week by naming #100 to #75 on our Top 100 list. Now, we release our picks for the next wave of star athletes. To check out where your favorite athlete ranks, click the link below!
With the 2020 lacrosse season right around the corner, we’re getting ready to see so many talented players take the field once again. After thoroughly evaluating each player, we compiled a list of the Top 100 Players going into this season. Here are the rankings from 100 to 75 down below.
Xavier Arline sent shockwaves through the sports community after decommitting to North Carolina’s highly touted lacrosse program. The Attackman made the decision to instead attend The United States Naval Academy earlier this week, where he will be playing both lacrosse and football. After making the decision, Arline talked with LILJ’s Ryan Myers about reasons for
After a stellar high school career, Sophia Taglich is now playing for an outstanding lacrosse program at Boston College. The 2019 All-American defender is looking to become even better while playing for BC. Sophia started playing lacrosse at a young age and it has helped turn her into the person she is today. Read more
With a lifelong commitment to the game of lacrosse, Head Coach Jay Mauro has made a profound impact in the world of Long Island Lacrosse. As the new season approaches, he is prepared to once again coach his Sachem North team. In an interview with LILJ’s Ryan Myers, Mauro discusses his coaching philosophies and goals
After a spectacular four years, Faceoff Midfielder James Ball is prepared to take the next step in his lacrosse career. The Chaminade Senior, who has made clear his athletic and academic prowess, recently committed to Yale University. Following the big decision, Ball talked with LILJ’s Ryan Myers about off-season training and plans for the future.
As the new season approaches, Long Island Lacrosse is coming back in full swing. While Chaminade vs. St. Anthony’s (Epoch Game of the Week) is set to once again make a splash, the Parochial Conference will see some incredible matchups league-wide going into 2020. After much debate, we’ve decided on the BEST games to look
Speed, quickness, balance, and strength. Face-off specialists must possess it all if they want to be considered elite. As the position has become more specialized, it has also evolved. The young men who grind out possessions at the X must have the composure, IQ, and skill to allow their team to attack. On Long Island,
Playing the game he loves, Colton Teitelbaum has gone from HS star to aspiring one. Colton had a big Fall Ball season, competing against upperclassmen for real minutes. Playing one of the most difficult positions in the sport, Teitelbaum is on a mission to help the hounds any way he can. The Loyola Greyhounds are