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Team W L G GA DIFF GPP Saint Anthony's 15 1 228 141 87 14.3 Lutheran 15 3 261 107 154 14.5 Chaminade 12 2 195 110 85 13.9 St. Mary's 10 5 134 132 2 8.9 Kellenberg Memorial 10 7 193 158 35 11.4 St. John the Baptist 8 6 148 124 24 10.6 St. Dominic 8 10 201 207 -6 11.2 Portledge School 7 7 116 128 -12 8.3 Holy Trinity 2 13 60 158 -98 4
Points Player School Total Average Rooney, Jack St. Dominic 75 5.36 Bonomi, Jake Saint Anthony's 53 4.42 Scandalios, Joe Portledge School 52 4.33 O'Neill, Brennan Saint Anthony's 50 4.17 Sluka, Matthew Kellenberg Memorial 49 3.5 Boll, Sean Kellenberg Memorial 49 3.77 Annitto, Chris St. John the Baptist 43 3.91 Rogan, Thomas Chaminade 42 3.5 Kellan, Luke Portledge School 41 3.73 Chernoff, Griffin Kellenberg Memorial 41 2.93 Goals Player School Total Average Rooney, Jack St. Dominic 45 3.21 Bonomi, Jake Saint Anthony's 43 3.58 O'Neill, Brennan Saint Anthony's 39 3.25 Scandalios, Joe Portledge School 38 3.17 Boll, Sean Kellenberg Memorial 32 2.46 Chernoff, Griffin Kellenberg Memorial 31 2.21 Annitto, Chris St. John the Baptist 30 2.73 Rogan, Thomas Chaminade 26 2.17 Angel, Jonathan St. Dominic 24 2.18 Sluka, Matthew Kellenberg Memorial 24 1.71 Assists Player School Total Average Rooney, Jack St. Dominic 30 2.14 Sluka, Matthew Kellenberg Memorial 25 1.79 Greene, Justin St. Dominic 22 1.83 Kellan, Luke Portledge School 20 1.82 Boll, Sean Kellenberg Memorial 17 1.31 Sand, Anthony St. Dominic 16 1.45 Rogan, Thomas Chaminade 16 1.33 O'Donoghue, Sean St. John the Baptist 16 1.23 McAdorey, Andrew Saint Anthony's 15 1.25 Pimental, Kevin Chaminade 14 1.17 Saves Player School Total Percentage Entenmann, Liam Chaminade 144 70% Escobar, John Holy Trinity 99 41% Pazienza, Alex Saint Anthony's 83 51% Malone, Colin St. John the Baptist 73 61% Sillat, Ethan Portledge School 69 53% Ligarzewski, William Kellenberg Memorial 65 54% English, Mike Portledge School 41 47% Plachinski, Joseph Kellenberg Memorial 37 60% Goldberg, Peter Kellenberg Memorial 23 45% Faceoffs Won Player School Total Percentage Naso, Jake Saint Anthony's 151 76% Nemeck, Robert Kellenberg Memorial 96 67% Kelly, Shawn Portledge School 55 46% Holder, Brian Holy Trinity 47 46% Cappelmann, Christopher Saint Anthony's 42 66% Ball, James Chaminade 32 86% Bamonte, Jack Holy Trinity 25 57% Mavlios, John St. Dominic 21 70% Scandalios, Joe Portledge School 21 38% Newbery, Michael Holy Trinity 19 44% Ground Balls Player School Total Average Kalimian, Daniel Holy Trinity 77 5.5 Holder, Brian Holy Trinity 76 5.43 Bamonte, Jack Holy Trinity 50 3.57 Campisi, Greg Saint Anthony's 35 3.18 Midura, Trent Portledge School 31 3.1 Pomerico, Kyle Holy Trinity 26 2 Escobar, John Holy Trinity 25 1.79 Nixon, Spencer Holy Trinity 24 2.67 Ramirez, Emilio Holy Trinity 23 1.64 Tobin, Elijah Holy Trinity 20 1.82 Caused Turnovers Player School Total Average Kalimian, Daniel Holy Trinity 30 2.14 Holder, Brian Holy Trinity 14 1 Porcaro, Chris Holy Trinity 7 0.54 Pomerico, Kyle Holy Trinity 6 0.46 Bamonte, Jack Holy Trinity 5 0.36 Ramirez, Emilio Holy Trinity 4 0.29 Tobin, Elijah Holy Trinity 3 0.27 Greene, Lucas Holy Trinity 3 0.75 Newbery, Michael Holy Trinity 3 0.3 Escobar, John Holy Trinity 2 0.14
Top Uncommitted 2021 Boys on Long Island
It’s been a little over 2 months since the Junior Class could be contacted by College Coaches and a lot of good 21’s have been locked up. There is still a lot of talented uncommitted Long Island lacrosse players out on the market. The LILJ has listed the top uncommitted 2021 boys that college coaches
Ithaca College Bombers Men’s Lacrosse
Jeff Long has been at the helm of the Ithaca program for more than 30 years. During his three plus decade tenure at Ithaca, he received more than a fair share of accolades. In 2010 he was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame, a year earlier he was voted Empire Eight Coach of the
Touchdown Teresky Tears Up Gridiron
Touchdown Teresky! Nick Teresky just wrapped up a phenomenal senior season on the football field. The Wantagh running back rushed for over 1,000 yards and scored a whopping 15 TDs. The one pass Nick threw went for a 19 yard. Wantagh went 7-3 and qualified for the Nassau Conference III playoffs. Nick embodied the spirit
John Calabria, Leading the Way
John Calabria has taken Syosset and turned into a town that’s known for very good lacrosse. With five county championships and 2 long islands under his built, the Braves of Syosset have become one of Long Island’ top programs. Year after year, Coach Calabria gets the most out of his players with his tireless effort,
Jared Paquette Wears Stars & Stripes
Jared Paquette is a brick wall in net. The star goalie posted remarkable numbers during his junior season at West Islip. An outstanding .590 save percentage guided the Lions to 11 wins on the year. Paquette’s excellence was rewarded he was named to the All-Suffolk county team and All-division. He was also named team MVP,
Committed Corner Week of 11/11
Girls Jordan Forte (2021, M, Huntington)- Stony Brook: Forte is one of the most tenacious players between the thirties in Suffolk. Coach Spallina continues his trend of recruiting gritty, hard-working, athletes in his county. Forte has the potential to become a dominant force in the midfield in years to come. Her circle play, defense and
The Rich get Richer as Duke snags Jake Wilson
This week, the Duke Blue Devils scooped up another top player in the country as Shoreham Wading River Junior Defenseman Jake Wilson decided to take his talents to Durham. Wilson is one of the best cover guys in the country and he has all the tools and the makeup of a great defensemen. The LILJ
Schwarz Brothers take their talents to Chapel Hill
This week, two of the top players in the country for the 2021 class, Tyler and Johnny Schwarz decided to take their talents to Chapel Hill. UNC already has a ton of talent from Shoreham Wading River as in the spring of 2021, Xavier Arline will be joining the Tar Heels, and another former Shoreham
Christian Sullivan; GC Two Sport Studlete
Christian Sullivan is a multisport star at Garden City High School. The Senior is a standout member of the record setting football team. A team that has seen not one, not two, but three Nassau Class II championships in Sullivan’s first three seasons at the school. Garden City recently saw their unprecedented 42 game win
Nick Woll; Coach & Mentor!
Nick Woll has spent a lifetime in and around lacrosse. He starred at Walt Whitman High School, he has been inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame. He started all four years. Three times he was named to the Suffolk All-County team. His on field success led him to Duke University where he played varsity
Conor Calderone; Faceoff Wizard
When Conor Calderone is on the field faceoffs are a forgone conclusion; he will win. The long time Smithtown West star is one of the best faceoff players Long Island has ever seen. During his time as a Bull Calderone was routinely acknowledged as an elite player. Three times he was All-County, three times he
Mercy College Men 2020 Preview
Mercy College Mavericks Head Coach: Jordan Levine Assistant Coach: Joe Corace, Chris Martinez Conference: East Coast Conference 2019 record: 18-2 (6-0 in conference) “With the loss of Ryan MacSpayden and Max Littleton, two All-Americans at both ends of the field, will be tough but we return a good core that will be essential to the
Long Island Committed Corner, Week of Nov 4th
Boys Aiden McCaffrey (2021, D, Comsewogue)- Delaware- McCaffrey has a great stick and that includes his stick handling ability and getting his stick in the passing lanes to cause turnovers. He creates opportunities for the offense through transition, and he’s a good off-ball defender. Tough is the best word to describe defenseman coming from Coach
LI Top 10 Parochial Boys
The Parochial schools are loaded with talent. All these Parochial programs are historic programs and there have been great college and pro players that came from these respective schools. Here are the top 10 Parochial boys presented by the LILJ:
Brennan O’Neill, Ready To Light Up 2020
Brennan O’Neill may be the best lacrosse player to have ever come through Long Island. The number one recruit in the nation had received scholarship offers as early as middle school, and was committed to Penn State in 8th grade. He has since switched his commitment and next year he along with fellow St. Anthony’s
Desmond Megna, From Hobby to Lifelong Passion
Desmond Megna has an impressive athletic background. A native Long Islander, Megna was a three sport standout at William Floyd High School. Staying active during college, Desmond played both Soccer and Lacrosse at LIU Southampton. At LIU Megna turned in one of the most decorated careers in school history. An all conference player in both
Tim McCormack; Taking the Lead at ASU
Tim McCormack has spent his whole life in and around lacrosse. The Long Beach native played goalie at Long Beach High for his entire four year high school career. At Long Beach, McCormack accrued a long list of accolades including making the All-American team and a Nassau County Goalie of the Year.
Manhattan College, On The Rise.
Manhattan College Jaspers Head Coach: Drew Kelleher Assistant Coach: John Odiera, Dave Fabroni Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference 2019 record: 6-8 (2-5 in conference) “Our guys had a really good fall and we’re all excited to get to work this spring. This is the closest team that we’ve had and these guys do a great
Kenny Brower; Defense and Determination
Kenny Brower’s high school career was one filled with highs and lows. As a Sophomore he played in the Parochial league for Kellenberg, this is when he committed to play his college lacrosse @ Duke. Though he had a real good experience playing for Coach Mike Schwalje @ Kellenberg, Kenny decided to transfer back to
Joe Riscica; Blue Collar Laxer
Joe Riscica was raised on lacrosse, but that’s not the road he took. The Half Hollow Hills native began playing lacrosse in the second grade, and played up until in his senior year of high school. Joe was considering a multitude of universities but the college route was not right for him.
Committed Corner Week of 11/1
Boys Stephen Markowski (2021, A, Harborfields)- Providence: Markowski is a slippery attackmen who posses a high lacrosse IQ. He also creates opportunities on offense for him and his teammates. Andrew McAdorey (2021, M, St. Anthony’s)- Duke: McAdorey is an unbelievable talent. His quickness is phenomenal, his shoot is beautiful, and he is a hell of
Stony Brook 2020 Preview
Stony Brook Seawolves Head Coach: Anthony Gilardi Assistant Coach: J.P. Brazel, Mike Chanenchuk Conference: America East Conference 2019 record: 9-6 (5-1 in conference)
Joe Juengerkes; Three Sport Star
Joe Juengerkes is a three sport star from Suffolk county. The Islip native is currently in the midst of his senior football season. Juengerkes plays quarterback for the Buccaneers, and despite missing some time this season he is putting up great numbers for a 3-4 Islip squad.
Jack Monfort; Doing It All
“Playing here is another level. Every lift is focused around your needs. It’s cool because you’re playing with kids who are the best in the country and everyone was an All-American. Your high school accolades don’t mean anything here, that’s why you have to work even harder to make new ones. In high school not
Connor Kelly; Welcome to Long Island
Connor Kelly, a native of Easton, Connecticut played a gambit of sports as a kid. Connor played tennis, basketball, hockey, and soccer growing up, his diverse sports background helped him excel on the lacrosse field later in life. Lacrosse didn’t always come easy for Connor, he was cut from the varsity team as a freshman
Liam Entenmann; Goalie Chaminade to Notre Dame
Liam Entenmann was one of the best goalies on Long Island during his tenure at Chaminade. During his junior season Entenmann and the Flyers won the CHSAA Class AA championship with a thrilling victory over St. Anthony’s. When Liam returned for his senior year he was an undisputed leader of a team hungry to defend
St. Josephs Young and Hungry
The Golden Eagles roster is comprised of solely Long Island raised players. A combination of some of the best players from both Nassau and Suffolk team up to make this team special. Chris Neilsen (Miller Place) and Declan Canevari (Lake Grove) both made the Skyline All-Conference second teams last year. Now as seniors the duo
Committed Corner Week of 10/25
Boys Jake Deacy (2021, Attack, Comsewogue)- Marist, Deacy is a gun-slinging south-paw for the Warriors of Comsewogue. Jake will take command of an up-and-coming Comsewogue team in 2020. If he can step-up and quarterback this offense, they could be Championship contenders. Girls Grace Gately (2021, Attack, Manhasset)- Villanova, Gately is a dynamic, goal scoring attacker for the
Brandon Childs; York College
Brandon Childs was a fantastic lacrosse player in his day. Childs attended Lynchburg College and flourished as a member of the school’s lacrosse team. During his tenure at Lynchburg, Childs compiled 193 points, he netted 91 goals and added a school record 102 assists. Upon graduation Brandon stayed with the program becoming an assistant coach
Nick LiCalzi; Electric
Nick LiCalzi is simply electric on the football field. The senior wideout is leading a Southside team that has never had expectations this high.
Suffolk Boys Top 25
This week as the weather starts to turn, and lacrosse season is that much closer to starting we at LILJ are giving our first bit of preview content. Here we take a look at the Top 25 Boys in Suffolk County. A wide range of talents and schools, should lead to a very exciting season
Greg Campisi; Friar Country to Haaavard
Greg Campisi had a remarkable high school career, culminating in a senior season for the ages. Even before getting on the lacrosse field, Campisi quarterbacked the St. Anthony’s football team. He threw for over 1,000 yards and only threw one interception during his senior season. He led the team to a 7-2 record, but ended
Committed Corner, Week of October 14th
Catch-up with the latest commits in this week’s committed corner.
Lacrosse World Converges in MD this Weekend for the USA Lacrosse Fall Classic
This weekend USA Lacrosse is hosting the biggest lacrosse event of the fall. This year’s Fall Classic consists of Team USA U15 and U17 select boys and select girls teams, the USA mens and women’s team, the Canadian mens and women’s teams, and the defending NCAA champions Virgina and Maryland (they won mens and women’s
Hugh Kelleher is Running Wild this Fall
Hugh Kelleher is currently in the midst of an undefeated (5-0) football season for Macarthur High School. Hugh is running wild over the competition, with 11 TDs and nearly 1,000 yards through his team’s first five games. Kelleher’s prowess out of the backfield has been a catalyst for a much improved Generals squad. The team
LILJ is Growing! Who’s Behind it All?!
This fall, the LILJ has expanded its team to include five aspiring young professionals pursuing a career in the world of sports. Read below to learn more about who’s behind the content, the stories, the media, and expanding coverage of Long Island lacrosse!
Jojo Todaro Switches Color from Orange to Hopkins Blue
This week, the #2 ranked player in the class of 2021, Jojo Todaro (2021, D/LSM, Carey) decided to switch his verbal commitment from Syracuse to Johns Hopkins.
Committed Corner: Week of October 4th
Girls Emma LoPinto (2021, Attack, Manhasset)- Florida, the Number 1 ranked junior to come off the island, Lopinto does it all. The Gators of Florida are recruiting the island heavily and they are succeeding at scooping up the best of the best. Lopinto is a do-it-all attacker. No job is beneath her on the field.
Jezayd Hall Q&A, The Rising Star from Mastic
Jezayd Hall of William Floyd High School is more than just a rising star on the lacrosse field. Hall is a native of Mastic Beach and studlete in the class of 2021. Jezayd is currently in the midst of a football season where he is running all over Suffolk county. Through the first four games
The Spirit of the Stick.
Lacrosse is the oldest sport in America. The game originated in the 1100s when the Mohawk Tribe started the medicine game across the lands by Lake Ontario . The game started as a form of entertainment, it resembled a battle. There could have been hundreds of men on either team throwing the ball through the
Louis Perfetto Q&A, Shippin’ Up to Boston
Louis Perfetto graduated Manhasset High School in 2019, and he had a truly exceptional senior season. Louis led the Manhasset Indians to a 17-3 record including going undefeated in conference play. Perfetto played remarkably well putting in 40 goals to go with 23 assists and leading his team to the state semifinals. A heartbreaking loss
Boys Top 50 College Freshmen from Long Island
The Top 50 boys from the class of 2019 started a new journey last month. After leaving an impact on their respective high schools, they are now onto the next level in their lives and lacrosse careers. The LILJ staff ranked the 50 boys who we think will have the biggest impact in their freshman
NY College Preview: LIU Sharks Men’s Lacrosse
“We’re focused on development and hard work. Doing things the right way, consistently on a day in, day out basis. I would hope when someone would describe our guys and our program they would describe us as hard working and tough because that’s what we identify with as a group.” – Eric Wolf
Jake Naso; Duke Bound!
This week, St. Anthony’s FOGO, Jake Naso sent shockwaves through the high school lacrosse world as he flipped his commitment from the University of Virginia to the University of Duke. Naso, who is regarded as the top face-off guy in the country for the class of 2020 sat down with our LILJ staff to talk
Recent Long Island College Commitments
For the week of 09/30/2019 here are 8 Long Island High School stand-outs who made their college commitments.
Regy Thorpe Growing Box Lacrosse in America
Regy Thorpe is one of the most respected names in lacrosse. He played college lacrosse at Syracuse where he captained the 1993 championship team during his All-American season. Upon graduating Thorpe played professionally, in the NLL. For 15 seasons he was a member of the Rochester Knighthawks, he played in Rochester from 1995-2010 and was
Thomas Liantonio; Overcomes. Inspires. Excels.
One of the most inspirational stories of the 2020 lacrosse season will be taking place at LIU Post. 5th year senior Thomas Liantonio is so much more than a lacrosse story. In 2017, he was diagnosed with myocarditis, a rare heart disease resulting in an inflammation of the heart. The diagnosis was devastating and for
Joe Spallina Jr. What’s Next for LI’s Freshman Phenom?
Joe Spallina Jr. has lacrosse in his blood. He is the son of New York Lizards GM and head coach of the women’s lacrosse team at Stony Brook University, Joe Spallina. Joey, the Mount Sinai sophomore, has already outgrown his dad’s shadow. During his freshman campaign he led the mustangs to an unbelievable regular season,
NY School Preview: Siena College
Siena Saints Head Coach: Liam Gleason Assistant Coaches: Tim Cox, Derrick Eccles, Kevin Prunty (Undergraduate Assistant) 2019 Record: 6-7 (6th in MAA conference) Long Island Representation: Colin Gleason/Freshman/ Massapequa Dylan Pape/Freshman/West Islip Brandon Meir/Sophomore/Smithtown West Thomas Rooney/Sophomore/St. Dominic 2020 recruits Andrew Arcuri, Westhampton Jack Erb, Shoreham Wading River Jack Cavaioli, Farmingdale We are really excited
Matthew Borges – from Garden City to the Pros
“With the 63rd pick in the 2019 National Lacrosse League draft the New York Riptide Select; FLG alumni Matthew Borges.” No, those were not the exact words of NLL commissioner Nick Sakiewicz, but it doesn’t make them any less true. 2015 Garden City graduate Matthew Borges is indeed heading to the Riptide. An illustrustrious
Q&A w/ Jacob Bruno – Dominating Season to Season
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
Q&A w/ Eric Mueller – Getting Going for the Diplomats
“Saved by Mueller” became an all too familiar cry during the past four seasons throughout Nassau County. Eric Mueller, the former Garden City goalie was a special player. During his junior season he led the Trojans to the state championship. A resounding semifinal win over John Jay before Mueller and the team won a thrilling one
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
2019 NLL Draft Recap
The 2019 National Lacrosse League draft took place on September 17, 2019 and the New York Riptide took Canadian Tyson with the first overall selection. Long Island had a strong representation in the draft as Stony Brook products Ryland Rees and Derek Lloyd were each taken (2nd and 52nd respectively). Three Long Island natives saw
Xavier Arline-Multi Sport Phenom
One of Long Islands finest lacrosse and football players is UNC bound Xavier Arline. An absolute nightmare for defenses to cover, he seems to be able to score at will. He boasted a robust 61 goals and 59 assist accumulating a total 120 points. In football he rushed for a gaudy 904 yard on
Steven Grabher-Swiss ARMY Knife
Stephen Grabher is a North Shore graduate currently attending Army. Stephen is a versatile midfielder with the skill to play in multiple areas on the field. He’s a Swiss army knife of sorts with great offensive ability and a strong defensive pedigree. We wanted to know why Stephen chose Army and what has his experience
LI’s Tyler Warner Shines on Lacrosse’s Biggest Stage
Tyler Warner, #13 LC Midfielder Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club Baldwin, New York SSDM All American at Yale National Champion at Yale 2019 George Boiardi Hard Hat nominee
Long Island PLL Players- Redwoods
REDWOODS Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Redwoods under coach Nat St. Laurent (Keuka ’04)
Long Island PLL Players – Whipsnakes
WHIPSNAKES Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Whipsnakes under coach Jim Stagnitta (Penn ’84).
Long Island PLL Players – Archers
ARCHERS Featured are all of the Long Island born and raised players in the Premier Lacrosse League, playing for the Archers under coach Chris Bates (Dartmouth ’90).
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).
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).
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).
Top 60 Senior Boys
The class of 2020 is fully loaded with talent. When these kids graduate, they will be missed tremendously by their respective high school programs. Here are the top 60 boys for the class of 2020 presented by the LILJ:
Long Island Top 50 Phenom’s from the Class of 2021
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
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
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
Top 10 Weekly Performers – Week 11
Top Performers from this week coming from the Championship games. Check it out right here!
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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!
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 9
Rolling into the next round of the playoffs and some championship games in the Parochial division’s, LILJ highlights Top 10 Week Performers.
NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 9 – Jack Gibbons, Mepham, Mercy
Jack Gibbons had a stellar first year for the Mavericks. The Mepham alumni had 53 points on the year for Mercy and played a pivitol role all season long!
Junior GOAT Boys Watch List
LILJ announces the 2020 Goat Watch List. These players are at the top of the junior class in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Check out to see who made the list.
St. Anthony’s beats Chaminade in Instant Classic for 2019 Parochial AA Championship
This game was an instant classic between two of the biggest rivals in high school lacrosse. This game had a friday night lights high school football type of atmosphere. The stands were packed and everybody was on their feet for the entire game to see two of the best high school programs in the country.
Kellenberg Beats St. John the Baptist in Parochial A Championship
On 5/14, the Parochial AA Championship was on the line, and judging by the intensity and drive both these teams showed on the field, you can tell that both teams gave everything they had in the tank to call themselves champions. This game was tough, physical, and it was a straight up battle. There was
All-Long Island Exceptional Senior Game Watchlist (Boys)
LILJ is Proud to announce Nassau and Suffolk County Senior Exceptional All- Star Game Watch list. Selection process for this games includes a nomination from your HS Coach as well as input from the LILJ Selection Committee. Congratulations to all that made the watch list. Additions can be made to this list. Final Top 25 GOAT
LILJ Post- Season Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams
With the regular season at a close, LILJ presents an updated Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams on Long Island. Check out the new list right here.
LILJ Post- Season Top 10 Girls Varsity Lacrosse Teams
With the regular season at a close, LILJ presents an updated Top 10 Girls Varsity Lacrosse Teams on Long Island. Check out the new list right here.
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 8
Every week, LILJ will be keeping our viewers updated on Long Island Top High School Lacrosse Performers. Check out this past weeks Top 10
NCAA Men’s Division 1 Quarter Finals 5/18 – Preview
The stage is set. With UMBC notching Marist with a big second half surge. The match- ups for the first round will be underway this weekend. Hofstra University is once again holding the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Quarter Finals at Shuart Stadium.
LILJ Late- Season Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams UPDATED
Approaching the last week of the season, LILJ presents and updated Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams on Long Island, as of 5/3. Check out the new list right here.
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 7
Every week, LILJ will be keeping our viewers updated on Long Island Top High School Lacrosse Performers. Check out this past weeks Top 10
Defending Manhattan. The Rise of Manhattan Men’s Lacrosse.
Manhattan College has adopted the personality of its city. Never sleeping, always grinding, and producing countless success stories, Manhattan is no-longer that unknown college ‘in the city.’
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 6
Every week, LILJ will be keeping our viewers updated on Long Island Top High School Lacrosse Performers. Check out this past weeks Top 10
LILJ Late- Season Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams
Approaching the ladder half of the season, LILJ presents and updated Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams on Long Island. Check out the new list right here.
Young Goat Watch List – Boys 22/23
Playing against competition, some of which is 3 or 4 years older than them , and they are holding their own. The Young Goat List is growing! Check out our current list for the Top 22’s and 23’s on LI. If there is anyone we missed, please reach out to us
The Super Sophomores Boys – Updated List
Approaching the ladder half of the season, some great 2021’s are emerging, showing that they are the best of the best in their class on Long Island. Check out our NEW Super Sophs! Think we missed someone? please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Break Analysis – Huntington & Sachem North Boys | Islip & Mattituck Girls
4/23: Huntington vs. Sachem North In the first half of this game, it was a very tough battle between two teams in Suffolk County trying to make a playoff push. It was 5-5 at half, and in the second half it was anyone’s game for the taking. Sachem North would take control though, scoring 3
Geico Lacrosse Showcase
March 6, 2018 Inaugural GEICO High School Lacrosse Showcase Available on ESPNU and ESPN3, April 27-28 Long Island, N.Y. (March 5, 2018) – In its continued commitment to high school sports, ESPN will now be the home of the GEICO High School Lacrosse Showcase. This inaugural event will allow six of the nation’s top high
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 5
NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 5
Hannah Dorney, the Comsewogue Native is making significant contributions in her first year for the Fighting Irish. Named to the Inside Lacrosse Rising Senior Watch during her season season, a News Day Top 100 selection, as well as All- County player, a five year starter for Comsewogue HS, Dorney had much experience on the playing
LILJ Mid- Season Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams (Update)
We are mid- way through the season! LILJ has been coming at you live all across Long Island, covering the game in Nassau and Suffolk County, as well as for our Parochial Schools. With much thought and input. LILJ believes that this list is a well represented Top 10 Boys Varsity Lacrosse Teams throughout all
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 4
Midway through the season already! However the action has not stopped. Every week, LILJ will be keeping our viewers updated on Long Island Top High School Lacrosse Performers. Check out this past weeks Top 10:
Lt. Ray Enners Award: Mid-Season Watch List presented by Connect Lax
The Lt. Ray Enners Award is an annual award, given to the most valuable high school lacrosse player in Suffolk County, NY. Presented by the Suffolk County Boys Lacrosse Coaches Association, criteria for this prestigious award includes a player who is tough, willing to do anything for his teammates, possess exceptional leadership skills as well
NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 4
Army West Point Freshman Brendan Nichtern is absolutely RIPPING it up for the Black Knights. A Massapequa native, Nichtern is averaging just about 4.5 points per game with 49 points in 11 games.
Wogue vs. Sinai SKGOTW Analysis
Comsewogue hosted one of the most epic environments for a regular season lacrosse game. The student section was roaring with :40 minutes prior to the coin toss. Comsewogue students were hooting, hollering, and looking to get inside the heads of the Mt. Sinai Mustangs. The crowd for the Stangs was equally as rowdy. Fans traveled
String King Game of the Week – The Place Where Many Paths Meet
Comsewogue, which translates to “The Place Where Many Paths Meeting,” will house a battle between two power house programs in Suffolk County. The Mustangs will ride like the wind to Comsewogue High School on April 10th at 7:00pm to take on the Warriors. An LILJ String King Game of the Week, preseason Rank #6, Comsewogue
Patriots in Secatogue County Analysis
The wind was howling in Bay Shore, NY on Wednesday afternoon. The blistering winds created a sort of calm, quiet atmosphere for the second String King Game of the Week. Mother nature muted fans, coaches calls, and refs whistles. As a result, players were left on their own out between the lines.
The Super Sophomore Boys: Mid-Season List
LILJ presents, “The Super Sophomore’s,” or the Top 2021, sophomore Varsity lacrosse players on Long Island. These guys are excelling at the Varsity Level on some of the best teams on the Island. If you think we missed someone, please email us email@example.com
Top 10 Songs for Your Squads Pre- Game Mix
LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE! LILJ Presents, 2019 Top 10 Pre- game songs. Every squad has got their mix to get them ready to play. Here is ours! Feel free to add any of these songs to your schools playlist. Some oldies, some newbies, but always the goodies.
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 3
The season is heating up! As conference play is either underway and or right around the corner, there are definitely a ton of players out there on the Island that are playing their best lacrosse, going into the games where it really matters the most. Here is LILJs Top 10 Performers from this past week
NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 3
Pj Clementi, from Huntington NY, Harborfields High School is making major contributions for Amherst College in his first year as a Mammoth. The offensive middie is showing that he is ready for the collegiate level, having four multiple point game contests, and 22 points on the year.
St. A’s vs. Set ‘Private vs. Public’ Recap & Analysis
Last night set the stage for a star to emerge and for fans to gaze at a star. Anytime Brennan O’Neill suits up: stands fill, camera’s flash, and videos click record. To no surprise, O’Neill did not disappoint.
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 2
Every week, LILJ will be keeping our viewers updated on Long Island Top High School Lacrosse Performers. Check out Week 2 Top 10 Performers.
NCAA Highlighted First Year- Week 2
With much success on the year thus far, a 6-2 overall record, defensive efforts have been a common theme for Jacksonville Women’s Lacrosse, and it all starts with Dayna Martinetto.
LILJ Top 10 Performers – Week 1
The season is under way! LILJ will be highlighting 10 players on a weekly basis who are absolutely ripping it up on Long Island. Good Luck to all teams in the season openers and we look forward to covering all teams and their top student athletes this spring! To see the list…
The FLG Premier Showcase
With the Spring Season underway, it is important to begin to look forward to the summer. Long Island being a hot bed for lacrosse, a large number of players have aspirations of playing in college. But how do you separate yourself from the competition? Attending the right events is important to ensure that you gain
The Founders Cup
The Founders Cup is presented annually by the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation (LIMLF) to the Most Outstanding Boys and Girls Varsity Lacrosse team in three sections: New York City, Nassau, and Suffolk. Catholic and private schools are included in the section in which they are located.
Legend Club with Jim Kasper
When you are talking about Long Island Lacrosse, there may be some names that come to mind. Whether you’re thinking of players or coaches, these are guys who paved the way and had an influential part on what Long Island Lacrosse now is. Jim Kasper, current Varsity Head Coach at Locust Valley High School is
Athletes Nationwide Are Going Lime To Assist HEADstrong This Season
(PHILADELPHIA, PA) Goals, assists, face-offs, draws, ground balls and saves are just a few of the statistics that athletes are using to help families overcome by cancer this season. Go Lime For Cancer™ is a digital fundraising campaign in support of the HEADstrong Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to improving lives affected by the disease
NCAA Division 2 Men’s Top Lacrosse Players from Long Island
Concentrated within a few big name schools, here is the list for the best players from Long Island playing Division 2 College Lacrosse. LILJ looked at numerous criteria to select the players on this list. From stats and accolades, to academics and consistency, the players on this list have demonstrated all the qualities as to
NCAA Division 3 Men’s Top Lacrosse Players from Long Island
A large talent pool, here is the Top Players from Long Island playing Division 3 College Lacrosse. A difficult list to pick as there are so many incredible school that have Division 3 programs. LILJ looked at numerous criteria to select the players on this list. From stats and accolades, to academics and consistency, the
NCAA Division 1 Men’s Top Lacrosse Players from Long Island
Talent. That is literally the only word to describe this list. A difficult one to select, here is LILJs Top 25 Current Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Players from Long Island. LILJ looked at numerous criteria to select the players on this list. From stats and accolades, to academics and consistency, the players on this list