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  1. Team W L G GA DIFF GPP
    Baldwin 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Bethpage 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Calhoun 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Carey 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Clarke 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Cold Spring Harbor 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Division 0 0 0 0 0 0
    East Meadow 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Elmont 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Farmingdale 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Floral Park 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Freeport 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Friends Academy 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Garden City 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Glen Cove 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Great Neck North 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Great Neck South 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Hempstead 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Herricks 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Hewlett 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Hicksville 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Island Trees 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Jericho 0 0 0 0 0 0
    JFK-Bellmore 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Lawrence 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Locust Valley 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Long Beach 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Lynbrook 0 0 0 0 0 0
    MacArthur 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Malverne/East Rockaway 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Manhasset 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Massapequa 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mineola 0 0 0 0 0 0
    New Hyde Park 0 0 0 0 0 0
    North Shore 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Oceanside 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Oyster Bay 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Plainedge 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Plainview-Old Bethpage 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Port Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Roosevelt 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Roslyn 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Seaford 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Seton Hall Prep (NJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sewanhaka 0 0 0 0 0 0
    South Side 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Syosset 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Uniondale 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Valley Stream 0 0 0 0 0 0
    W.C. Mepham 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Wantagh 0 0 0 0 0 0
    West Hempstead 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Wheatley/Carle Place 0 0 0 0 0 0
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  4. 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 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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    LILJ’s Top Long Island Boys College Transfers

    The cancellation of the 2020 lacrosse season means changes for so many college players. With seniors seeing their final season get cut short, they are exercising their right to play for a fifth year which was granted by the NCAA. Many of Long Island’s talented players will be transferring to different schools to play their

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    Furman Lacrosse Forced to Shutdown due to Financial Concerns

    Furman University has announced that they will be discontinuing their men’s lacrosse and baseball program due to impact that COVID-19 has caused financially. The South Carolina based school is the first Division I school to shut down their men’s lacrosse program since Presbyterian back in 2011. In an email by the school Athletic Director Jason

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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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    Manhasset Boys moving from Conference B to Conference C

    Throughout this week, we have heard rumblings and rumors that the defending Conference B Long Island Champion, Manhasset Indians were moving down to conference C.  The LILJ reached out to Section 8 coordinator and Manhasset Athletic Director, Jim Amen, to see if these rumors were true, and Amen did confirm that the Manhasset boys will

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    2020 PLL College Draft Recap

    Last night marked the beginning for 14 individuals who heard their name called in the 2020 PLL College Draft. The Archers Lacrosse Club drafted attackman Grant Ament out of Penn State with the first overall pick. Ament was expected go No. 1 after he announced he was not going to return to Penn State for

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    Brady West; A Key Part of South Side’s Bright Future

    South Side’s Brady West is a two sport athlete, making a name for himself on both the football field and the lacrosse field. On the lacrosse field, he posted 10 goals and 7 assists as a freshman last year. Lacrosse is a sport that requires a high IQ, in addition to the physical skill set,

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    2020 PLL College Draft Preview

    After postponing the original date of the The Premier Lacrosse League College Draft due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are now less than one day away. The 2020 draft will be tomorrow, May 13th at 7PM on NBC Sports Network. Due to to the uncertainty surrounding this years draft class, the PLL has reduced the

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    Longtime West Islip Assistant Coach Bill Turri Joins BYG

    Bill Turri has been a fixture in West Islip’s lacrosse program. He has been on the coaching staff as an assistant for the past 34 years and announced before the season that the 2020 season would be his last. After investing so much of his life into the game he won’t get the opportunity to

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    LILJ’s All Decade Boys Team (2010-2019).

    The 2010s era of Long Island Lacrosse officially came to a close last June, ending an incredible run that saw the rise of so many talented players who went on to do great things. To close this chapter in Long Island lacrosse history, the LILJ has created an All-Decade team to recognize the greats of

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    Long Islander’s Going Pro

    Every athlete dreams that one day they will go pro. The hard work and the dedication that takes to reach the highest level is unlike any other. Major League Lacrosse began play in 2001 and is comprised of six teams. These six team are the Boston Cannons, Chesapeake Bayhawks, Connecticut Hammerheads, Denver Outlaws, New York

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    LILJ’s 21 Male Players to Watch for the 2021 Season

    What sucks about the 2020 season getting cancelled is the fact that Long Island Lacrosse fans were robbed of seeing some great talent, especially seniors. It’s unfortunate that we are not going to be able to see some of these Seniors finish what they started in their high school careers, but the positive impact they

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    LILJ’s Class of 2023 Boys Watch List

    This year’s freshman class features some of the most touted athletes on Long Island. Many have already celebrated fantastic seasons with their varsity teams and aim to have as many great moments for years to come. Following the cancellation of the 2020 season, this group is working harder than ever to make a statement in

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    LILJ Epoch Madden Game of The Week Preview between the Manhasset Indians and the Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks

    Here we are again!  After a statement win by Manhasset’s  Marco “GR8 WITE FALCON” Falcone on the 17th, he returns for another LILJ EPOCH Madden Game of The Week this Friday, May 1st, 2020 @7 p.m on LoveTheGameMedia’s Twitch account. It is here that two lacrosse heavyweights will go head to head, bringing their talents

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    BYG Hosts A Long Island High School Lacrosse Tribute

    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

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    LILJ’s NCAA All Long Island Division 1 Boys Team

    Over the years, Long Island has supplied the lacrosse world with some of the greatest talent in the country. As a hotbed for the sport, the community continues to influence the growth and production of these young athletes. As of late, we are seeing this talent only increasing, especially at the division 1 level. Long

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    Matt Perfetto Plans On Taking Manhasset Lacrosse To Next Level

    Matt Perfetto can play. The sophomore has made a name for himself as an elite young talent in Long Island Lacrosse despite only being on JV in 2019. Throughout his short high school lacrosse career,  Perfetto demonstrated an impressive playing IQ and ability to score in close quarters. At a young age, he has shown

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    Will Spehr; Fueled to Come Back Next Year Even Stronger

    Cold Spring Harbor’s Will Spehr was looking forward to having a major impact this season both offensively and defensively for team that had their sights set on winning the state championship. As a multi-sport athlete playing both football and lacrosse, Will has been part of many successful teams, and hopes to continue that trend next

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    LILJ’s Class of 2022 Boy’s Watch List

    The Class of 2022 is a prime example of how strong the Long Island Lacrosse community has become. With many already having impressive track records, this sea of young talent is currently being looked at by some of the best colleges in the country. Their dedication to the sport has made a clear impact on

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    LILJ Top Collegiate Senior Boys from Long Island

    It’s senior year which means that this is the time for these athletes to go out in style. With all of the hard work that they’ve put in throughout their four years in school, this was their last opportunity to put on that uniform and showcase what makes them so great. These players aren’t just

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    Legendary Duke Coach John Danowski Talks With BYG

    For over a decade, John Danowski has been a household name in the college lacrosse. His coaching of the Blue Devils Men’s team has helped the school retain their D1 powerhouse status.

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    LILJ Epoch Madden Game of the Week

    LILJ EPOCH  Madden Game of The Week  Manhasset Indians vs. Mount Sinai Mustangs  Live On Zoom and Twitch  April 17, 2020 @ 7 p.m. As we move forward in this unprecedented quarantine, two Long Island Lacrosse heavyweights will take their play from the field to the console. On April 17 at 7pm, Mount Sinai’s Brandon

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    LILJ Top Collegiate Junior Boys from Long Island

    Junior year is generally a big year for college athletes. As an upperclassman and a leader on the team, this is when many athletes take a huge step forward and have breakout seasons. Here are the top college male juniors in a list created by the LILJ. 

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    South Side Coach Steve DiPietro on New Season

    South Side’s success is nothing out of the ordinary. In fact, Head Coach Steve DiPietro has carried this success over his 20 years of coaching. Since his debut in 1998, he has been praised for his work along side with the likes of Brian Spallina and Steve Mutz. His passion for the game is shown

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    LILJ All Long Island Boys Preseason Team

    Over the last few years, Long Island has seen long list of generational talent. Their stellar play has only increased the island’s love of lacrosse and has set a new standard for the game. After much deliberation, the LILJ has created a preseason list of the best boys that Long Island has to offer. These

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    2020 LILJ All Nassau County Boys Preseason Team

    One of the things that makes lacrosse such a great game is that there’s so many different ways to define a great player. While some players are great at scoring, others make a name for themselves because of what they can do on the defensive end. From the North Shore to the South Shore and

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    LILJ All Long Island Class of 2020 Boys Preseason Team

    As we wait for the 2020 lacrosse season to resume, it is hard to ignore the special level of talent of this year’s senior class.  These players have had incredible high school tenures and will only build on their decorated resumes this year. After much deliberation, the LILJ has put together a preseason team that

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    LILJ All Long Island Class of 2021 Boys Preseason Team

    Lacrosse continues to be a growing game all across Long Island. Boys lacrosse has a large amount of skilled players in the class of 2021, that made putting this team together very difficult. While these players are eager to get back on the field and show off their talent in their junior season, their greatness

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    LILJ Top Collegiate Sophomore Boys from Long Island

    After getting adjusted to the college game as a freshman, sophomore year is usually the time when players take the next step. Although still being an underclassman, being in year two tends to give more opportunity to have an impact on the game. Here is the list of the top college sophomore boys created by

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    George Panagopolous; Physical, Tenacious, and Fundamentally Sound

    Friends Academy junior defender, George Panagopolous is all about working hard to continue to get better as a player. Even though the 2020 lacrosse season is in jeopardy of being canceled, it still won’t stop him from putting in the work and developing his skills. Lacrosse is a game that doesn’t just require physical skills,

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    Lax Journal Podcast: Kyle Hayes’s Reflects on Career and Talks Babson Lacrosse 

    Ever since accidentally attending his middle school’s lacrosse signup meeting, Kyle Hayes has devoted his life to lacrosse. His career as a player sent him everywhere from Plattsburgh to Ole Miss. This journey has made a clear impact on his life; when he returned to Long Island after graduation, Hayes was determined to pursue coaching. Since then, Hayes has garnered experience and knowledge from A-List group of collegiate and

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    Pat Colleluori of HEADstrong Foundation Visits BYG

    It has been almost a decade since the creation of the HEADstrong Foundation. They were created by and in honor of Nicholas Colleluori, a Hofstra University lacrosse player who was diagnosed with terminal cancer during his sophomore year. Since then, his family has devoted their efforts into providing mentorship, family support, and grants hospitality services

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    LILJ Top Collegiate Freshmen from Long Island

    The College level is filled with so much talent across various teams. While many tend to view the juniors and seniors as the ones who lead a team, every team has a freshman that can show their talents with the upperclassmen. Long Island is well represented with talent in this year’s freshman class. These freshmen

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    Lorenzo Ramos; The Sky is The Limit For Farmingdale

    Junior long stick midfielder and defender Lorenzo Ramos is a major part of Farmingdale’s success. He is still undecided about where he will continue his lacrosse career in college, but is focused on the task at hand which is helping Farmingdale reach their ultimate goal. The Dalers have high expectations this season and Ramos believes

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    The Gino Macchio Foundation

    The Gino Macchio Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the late Gino Macchio. Gino’s life was tragically cut short in a motorcycle accident on May 4th, 2018 at the age of 25. He was someone who focused on preserving Long Island’s greatest resource, The Great South Bay, as he worked in the

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    Harlem Lacrosse, Aiming High

    Harlem Lacrosse is an organization that is meant to help children academically who are struggling in school and are on the verge of dropping out because they don’t have the adequate resources that they need in order to succeed. It was founded in 2009 by Simon Cataldo, one of the co-founders who was a Special

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    Top 100 Boys Player Countdown: 25 to No. 1

    After weeks of sharing our picks for the Top 100 Boys Players on Long Island, the wait is finally over. LILJ now presents the Top 25 players we believe will dominate the 2020 season. Did your favorite player make the cut? Click on the link below to see the full list!

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    LILJ Pre-season Top 10 Boys Teams on Long Island

    While the 2020 lacrosse season is still in question, it’s interesting to compare long island’s top programs and see who would come out on top. Below is the LILJ pre-season top 10. Learn all you need to know about each program by clicking the button below and purchasing the LILJ Digital High School Preview 2020

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    GLE’s Cody Swing and Ryan Dance Visit BYG

    In a world of competitive Long Island Lacrosse, Cody Swing and Ryan Dance help take athletes to the next level. The two are the founders of GLE (Goal Line Extended) Performance, a training service that uses the latest technology and techniques to maximize a player’s potential.

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    Long Island Boys Pre-Season Top 20 – 10 Teams

    As the 2020 season is right around the corner, there are plenty of talented boys teams to be on the lookout for all across Long Island. These teams have high expectations this season and are going to put on a show. Here are some of the top 20 teams going into this season. Go check

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    Top 100 Boys Player Countdown: 50-26

    Last week, we released #74-51 in our the Top 100 Boys Player Countdown. Now, we present our picks for the next group of athletes. Did your favorite player make the list? Click in the link below to find out!

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    Tyler Cordes: Navy Commit Talks to LILJ

    Tyler Cordes is ready to lead his Connetquot team in 2020. The midfielder steps into a huge leadership role following last year’s departures. The team went 8-8 last season, a record that Cordes plans to change going into his final season at the school. After his recent committal to Navy, the LILJ talked to him

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    Coach Wink’s ‘It Factor’ Top 10 Boys & Girls on Long Island

    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.

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    Top 100 Boys Player Countdown 74-51

    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!

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    JM3’s Jamie Munro Visits Beyond The Game

    Jamie Munro is one of the most respected names in the lacrosse world. The Founder of JM3 sports spent 20 years as the Assistant Coach for Yale and Head Coach for The University of Denver.

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    Sammy Filippi: Princeton Commit Speaks with The LILJ

    Eastport South Manor’s Sammy Fillipi is set to take 2020 by storm. The senior helped her team to an incredible 19-1 record and takes on a major leadership role going into the new season. The Princeton commit will be a key scorer on this year’s roster and looks to led Eastport South Manor to another great playoff run. Before the start of the season, Fillipi spoke

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    Garrett Gibbons: LI Lacrosse Star Begins New Chapter at UMD

    For years, Garrett Gibbons has been a household name on Long Island Lacrosse scene. During his senior year, the Midfielder led his Massapequa team to a stunning 18-2 regular season record along with a 2020 State Championship win. It is no surprise that the Maryland freshman remains as one of the most talked about prospects

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    Top 100 to 75 Boys Players on Long Island

    As the highly anticipated lacrosse season makes its return, it is clear that 2020 will feature much of the Long Island’s top talent. After much debate and analysis, we have decided on the Top 100 Players to look for in the new year. Check out our rankings from 100 down to 75 by clicking on

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    Xavier Arline Talks to LILJ About His Recent Commitment to Navy

    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

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    Matt Wheeler: SportsRecruits Co-Founder Visits Beyond the Game

    What a journey it has been for Chris Meade and Matt Wheeler. Since starting their company in the basement of Wheeler’s Connecticut home, the duo has found great success in the sports recruitment world.

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    LILJ Top 10 FOGO’s

    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,

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    Colton Teitelbaum, Contributing to the Hounds

    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

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    College Advisor Andy Lockwood Visits BYG

         Andy Lockwood has been a proven catalyst in college prep success for over a decade. He and his wife, Pearl, are the co-founders of Lockwood College Prep, which aids in the often-overwhelming processes of test preparation and financial aid forms.

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    35th Annual Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame Ceremony Recap

    On January 25th, Long Island lacrosse legends gathered up and came together for the 35th annual Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame Ceremony. The Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame was started in 1985. The goal of this great foundation is to keep spreading the heritage of this great game and

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    LILJ Top 10 Boys Goalies

    They are the last line of defense and have the most pressure on them each and every game. We’re talking about the goalies. Sometimes the difference between having a championship caliber team as opposed to an average team is who is playing in the net. Long Island is filled with so many talented goalies, but

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    2020 Nassau Boys Games to Watch

    Nassau County is stacked with talented teams this season. As we get closer and closer to the start of the 2020 season there’s plenty of key matchups to look forward to. We’ve put together a list of the marquee games that are on the schedule. To see the full list of Nassau County boys games

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    Kobe’s Legacy: The Mamba Mentality

         Kobe said many things in his lifetime. His words urge us to fight our fears, earn our successes, and to expand our horizons. He showed his heart through basketball, resilience through hardship, and wisdom through experience. In the light of his passing, it has become increasingly difficult to accept or even perceive that a man who once seemed invincible, is now gone.  

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    Mike Hungerford; A Daler For Life

    “A Quiet Confidence.” That’s one of the ways Farmingdale head coach Mike Hungerford would describe his team heading into the 2020 season. Coach Hungerford has been a part of Farmingdale’s storied program as a player and now as a head coach. Being a coach for almost 30 years means that Hungerford knows what it takes

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    Thomas Sangiovanni; Finding his Niche as a Saint

    Freshman midfielder Thomas Sangiovanni is set to begin his first season as a Siena Saint. Thomas played high school lax at Harborfields where he led the team in goals and assists in his senior year. As Thomas begins his journey as a college athlete, he is hoping to contribute in any way he can this

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    Team USA U19 Studletes from Long Island

    Following the Spring Premiere in San Antonio earlier this month, Myers and the U.S. team staff narrowed the training roster to 24 players. (According to US Lacrosse Magazine). Included in those 24, are 8 from the island. The U19 team won both of its games in San Antonio, beating Team Premiere 17-3 and Japan 14-2.

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    Top 25 Boys Midfielders on Long Island, 2020 Season

    Gritty. Powerful. Multi-dimensional. Midfielders must possess all three traits to be considered great. On Long Island, top midfielders carry an even heavier load. With difficult schedules, the rise of various programs, and the explosion of players picking up sticks at the youth; it has become increasingly difficult to stand out amongst the rest. This list

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    Gerry Byrne, LI Native & Harvard Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Live on BYG 7:30PM Tonight!

    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

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    Trevor Yeboah-Kodie. From the Trojans to the Bears.

    It’s been a little under eight months since Trevor Yeboah-Kodie last suited up for the Garden City Trojans. Trevor was a multi sport athlete for the Trojans playing both football and lacrosse and is now a freshman at Brown University.  He is hoping that the success he had playing for the Trojans will carry over

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    LILJ Top 10 Attackmen

    To be an attackman it takes quickness, elite change of direction, great stick work with both hands and the ability to always be one step ahead of your defender. In order to be a championship contender you have to have elite players on the offensive side of the ball. The LILJ put together a list

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    New York Riptide Theme Nights Announced!

    The Riptides are here for their inaugural season. It’s not too late to see the New York Riptides in action as they still have plenty of games remaining at Nassau Coliseum. Each game has a different theme so check them out below and make sure to grab your tickets. Come support the team all season

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    Lax Journal Podcast #13: Jon Beck, Elite Hoops Trainer and Life Coach

    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,

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    GuardLab, Revolutionized the Mouthguard in Lacrosse

    GuardLab is a sports technology brand, based in Farmingdale, Long Island. This creative and innovative company uses 3D technology and 3D printing to create premium mouthguards that are accurate and comfortable, while being the most scientifically advanced.

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    Marc Psyllos, X Marcs the Spot

    It’s one last ride for Psyllos and the boys. A strong Senior class, with an army of young talent, Manhasset will aim to shoot their arrows though the hearts of top conference opponents as they ride towards a Class B State Title. Hear from one of the Indians leaders in a recent interview with LILJ.

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    Top 10 Public Long-pole Defensemen on The Island

    Intelligent. Tough. Selfless. Unappreciated at times. The key to winning championships. Defensemen don’t have the most glorious jobs in lacrosse. Typically assigned with the most difficult task. Required to undergo the most preparation, thinking, and visualizing. This category of athlete has to take their job seriously and assume tremendous responsibility to be successful. Reason being,

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    Dennis Bonn, Doing The Little Things.

    Earning a tough ground ball. Knowing your match-ups weakness. Reading the defense. Substituting at full speed. At Cold Spring Harbor, they always strive to take care of the little things. This mindset comes from the top down. For Cold Spring Harbor, Coach Bonn has instilled this mindset since he took over the program. To date,

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    Ryan Wellner, LI Native & Notre Dame Men’s Assistant Coach, Live on BYG 7:30PM Tonight!

    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

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    Who Recruited Long Island Boys The Best?! Top 20 Recruiting Classes for the 2020s.

    Long Island is one of the the largest hotbeds for lacrosse at the High School level. Each year, the Island produces top talent who elevate their lacrosse careers to top collegiate lacrosse programs. The 2020 class is no exception. After sitting down to discuss all the top 20’s from around the Island, we decided to

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    Richie Striano; Preparing as Hard as He Can.

    Cold Spring Harbor High School has produced some greats. Dating back to the turn of the century, you had studs like Jay Jalbert, the Peyser Brothers, John Orsen, and Adam Ghitelman to name a few. Of late, the Seahawks have continued to fly high and generate star studded Seniors. After a crippling loss to Islip

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    Top 10 Games LILJ Covered in 2019

    Last Spring, the LILJ covered dozens of Long Island High School lacrosse games. From western Nassau spanning to the Hamptons, LILJ covered more ground than ever before. Of all the games we witnessed, there were a few that stood out amongst the rest. After discussing some of our favorite match-ups during the regular and post-season,

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    20 Players LILJ is Excited to Watch in 2020

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    Joe Riscica; Blue Collar Laxer

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    Liam Entenmann; Goalie Chaminade to Notre Dame

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    Jacob Bruno, is a three sport studlete at Cold Spring Harbor High School. During the fall he is tearing it up on the Football field. The starting running back has led the Seahawks  to 2-0 start this season, seemingly scoring at will, Bruno uses his strength to run over every defender in his path. This

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    The Milkman is Coming Home – Connor Farrell Signs with NLL LI Franchise

    Connor Farrell graduated from Sachem East High School in 2015, and with that his lacrosse days appeared to be far behind him. The freshman linebacker was fully committed to playing football at LIU Post, he spent years developing his game and he had put in countless hours of work on the football field. Engaged in

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    Long Island PLL Players – Chrome

    CHROME Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Chrome under coach Dom Starsia(Brown ’74).

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    Long Island PLL Players – Chaos

    CHAOS Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Chaos under coach Andy Towers (Brown ’94).

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    Long Island PLL Players – Atlas

    ATLAS Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Atlas under coach John Paul (Michigan ’89).

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    Top 60 Senior Boys

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    College coaches are ready to click the send button at 12 am on September 1st. In the second year of the new recruiting rule, this is one of the most exciting times of the year for high school and college lacrosse fans. Here are the top 50 boys for the class of 2021 presented by

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    On July 12th through July 14th, the FLG in 3D Summer Shootout took place at the beautiful Maryland Soccerplex in Boyds, Maryland. With over 100 + college coaches in attendance, these boys participating in the Summer Shootout gave their all in trying to showcase their skills in front of college coaches.  Some teams stood out

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    NYSRC Impact Players

    On July 22nd through July 24th, the second annual New York State Regional Championship took place at Binghamton University. The best players from ADK, Central, Hudson Valley, Nassau, NYC, Parochial, Suffolk, and Western wanted to show why they are the best region in their respective grad year. All of these young adults showed why they

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    Shoreham-Wading River comes back from a 7 goal deficit to win their seventh LIC

    This game was an absolute thriller. The Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks jumped out to an 8-4 lead at halftime, and were up 11-6 with 3:09 left in the third. Shoreham-Wading River would not let their season end this way after a huge upset victory against Mount Sinai. This is where the fun began.

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    County Championship Winners

    With the 2019 season coming to a close on Long Island, it is awesome season to reflect back on, and look on with excitement to the teams that came out victorious within the counties, headed onto the LICs and eventually to States. There has been games won by large margins, teams making noise and hanging

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    FLG Summer Camp Info

    The FLG Summer Camp is a four-day camp held at the LIU Post – Brookville, NY, for boys and girls ages Kindergarten thru 8th grades.

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    Senior Exceptional Game Announcement

    LILJ would like to announce the Senior Exceptional All- Star Game. This game will feature the ALL- Long Island Goat Team Players from Nassau and the best seniors in Suffolk counties, Boys and Girls, going head to head in a All- Star game event, showing the lacrosse community why they are the GOATs of the

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    Massapequa gets over the hump to win their second LIC in program history

    The past two seasons, Ward Melville and Massapequa have battled in the LIC, and Ward Melville has defeated Massapequa the past two seasons. The third time was the charm for the Chiefs as they defeated Ward Melville 10-5 to win their first LIC since 2014, where they went on to win the State Championship.

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    Manhasset defeats Harborfields to win their first LIC since 2015

    As soon as the whistle blew on the first face off of the game, the Manhasset Indians dominated this game and never looked back. Manhasset was coming off a double overtime thrilling victory over Garden City, and the momentum they gained in that game continued in the LIC.

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    NCAA Division 1 Championship Weekend

    The Stage is set as the Virginia Cavaliers, Yale Bulldogs, Duke Blue Devils and Penn State Nittany Lions are all headed to Championship weekend. LILJ is highlighting the Top LI Talent for each team.

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    FLG Premier Showcase – Kick off the summer right!

    FLG Premier Showcase Description The FLG Premier Showcase is the 1st recruiting showcase of the 2019 summer season. This is a one-day showcase event held at LIU Post – Long Island University, Brookville, Long Island, for rising freshman, sophomore, junior and senior lacrosse players looking to play at the next level.

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    LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 10

    The playoffs are well underway! Big wins, upsets and thrillers, teams are moving into the finals of the County’s. If your team still in the race? Check out this past weeks top 10 performers, and who secured the victories for their squads.

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    LILJ All- Long Island Teams – ANNOUNCED

    Are you a GOAT? FLG Lacrosse and the Long Island Lacrosse Journal have announced the All- Long Island, First and Second Team GOAT Lists. Check out to see who made it!

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    LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 3

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    NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 3

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    NCAA Highlighted First Year – Week 1

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