Abby LoCascio is a senior at St. Anthony’s High School and a star player for the women’s varsity lacrosse team. Last season she tallied sixteen goals, fifteen assists with twelve starts, helping her team win the NSCHSGAA championship. She hopes to bring home another trophy before starting her next chapter at Northwestern University, where she will play Division I lacrosse. Continue Reading
The LILJ saw so many talented players take the field this season in the class of 2023. Some of them got their first taste of playing on the varsity level after not getting the opportunity last year and certainly made the most of it. These girls were integral players to their team’s success this year and showed that both the present and the future is very bright as many of them will be recruited by top flight college lacrosse programs. We look forward to seeing these girls play for another two years in high school. Here are the first and second All-Long Island teams as well as the honorable mentions created by the LILJ! If any of these amazing players commit starting September 1st, be sure to update the LILJ so we can promote their accomplishments.
With the 2021 Spring/Summer season coming to a close, the LILJ saw a plethora of great players in the class of 2023. These players showed how important and valuable they are to their teams both now and over the remaining two years they will be playing at the varsity level. Many of them will be recruited to play collegiately at some of the best lacrosse programs in the country. With all of the talent that was seen this season, we at the LILJ created the first and second Goat Teams as well as the players who were honorable mentions. Here are all of the players that made each of the teams! As September comes, and these top players commit, please be sure to update the LILJ on your college commitment so we can promote your accomplishment!
It was so great seeing the 2021 class back on the fields this past Spring. After losing so much of their High School varsity playing career, this years seniors stepped up and put on a show for the Long Island Lacrosse community. Seeing so many of these players in action this past season, the LILJ put together a first and second team of the top seniors on Long Island as well as the players were in the running until the very end to make the prestigious first and second LILJ All-Long Island teams. Check out all of the players that made each of the teams, as well as our honorable mention list by clicking below. Lastly, if you see anyone’s college commitment is missing or needs to be updated, kindly comment on the article below so we can update our records. Thanks in advance!
After missing out on their entire junior season, the class of 2021 came back and showed the supreme level of talent and skills that this class has to offer. With their high school careers coming to an end, many of these players will be taking their game to the next level where they will be playing collegiately at some of the best lacrosse programs in the country. The LILJ saw many of these players in person throughout the season, and put together a first and second LILJ All-Long Island teams. Lastly, if you see anyone’s college commitment is missing or needs to be updated, kindly comment on the article below so we can update our records. Thanks in advance!
As lacrosse grows in popularity, different manufacturers are looking to improve equipment technology. We at the LILJ are proud to be partnered with the premier lacrosse manufacturing company in the country, Epoch Lacrosse. Some of the best lacrosse players in the country swear by Epoch’s patented technology like Advanced Carbon Layering (A.C.L) which allows shafts to bend, but retain their firmness and strength. In this article, we will look at new products offered by Epoch, as well as some of the technology that makes Epoch one of the best manufacturers out there.
Located in the middle of Long Island, GLE Performance was built by lacrosse players to help train the next generation. GLE uses their state-of-the-art training facility in Hauppauge to host summer camps, private trainings, and can be rented out for teams to use. In this article, we will look at GLE’s summer camp schedule and anything else coming up in the summer.
After the championship games were postponed last week due to rain, the final night of the Men’s Collegiate League will be held on August 4th. Ahead of this epic night of college lacrosse players battling for the championship, we will take a look at each game and who has been performing for their team. There are two semi-final games and then a championship game so let’s get into this preview.
After another successful year of lacrosse from the FLG girls select teams, it is time for a new wave of players to tryout for the premier lacrosse club in the town Huntington. Next Monday, August 2nd, girls from all ages will tryout for FLG at Manor Field Park. In this article, we will look at the age groups trying out, what is included if your daughter makes the team, and much more!
Before the boy’s All-American game, the best girl’s lacrosse players in the country will battle for bragging rights. The players will be separated into two teams called North and South. Six of the seven Long Islanders play for the North team while one is on the South, so let’s take a look at these studs!