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  1. Team W L G GA DIFF GPP
    Babylon 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Bay Shore 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Bayport Blue Point 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Bellport 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Brentwood 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Center Moriches 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Commack 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Comsewogue 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Connetquot 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Copiague 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Deer Park 0 0 0 0 0 0
    East Hampton 0 0 0 0 0 0
    East Islip 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Eastport South Manor 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Elwood/John Glenn 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Half Hollow Hills 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Hampton Bays 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Harborfields 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Hauppauge 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Huntington 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Islip 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Kings Park 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Lindenhurst 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Longwood 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mattituck 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Middle Country 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Miller Place 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Mount Sinai 0 0 0 0 0 0
    North Babylon 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Northport 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Patchogue Medford 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Port Jefferson 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Riverhead 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Rocky Point 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sachem East 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sachem North 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sayville 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Shoreham Wading River 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Smithtown East 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Smithtown West 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Walt Whitman 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Ward Melville 0 0 0 0 0 0
    West Babylon 0 0 0 0 0 0
    West Islip 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Westhampton 0 0 0 0 0 0
    William Floyd 0 0 0 0 0 0
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  4. LILJ Top Collegiate Sophomore Girls from Long Island

    This is the time where these girls take the next step at the college level. After getting used to the game as a freshman, these girls have hit the ground running their sophomore season, having a big impact for their respective teams. Here are the top college sophomores in a list put together by the

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    Al Bertolone on Coaching Success (BYG)

    Al Bertolone is a legend of Long Island Lacrosse. In the last decade, his leadership of the Mount Sinai Girls Team has been recognized on a national level. The team has won four state championships along with countless Long Island, Suffolk County, and Division 2 championship victories. The coach once again continued this streak with

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    Freshman Kate Timarky on Middle Country’s Success

    Kate Timarky is simply one of Long Island’s best up and coming stars. As an 8th grader, The midfielder put together a tremendous campaign in 2019 by scoring 42 goals and 43 assists. Timarky also ended Top 5 in points and played a crucial role in many of the teams 2019 victories. Following the departures

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    Coach Dan Spallina’s Take On Coaching and Coming Season

    The Miller Place Girls fell under .500 during the 2019 season. With a new era at hand, the team looks to Coach Dan Spallina to make things happen. The Long Island Native has grown up around the world of lacrosse with a playing career that includes two county championships for Rocky Point High School. He

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    Ava Fernandes; A Great Athlete and a Great Teammate

    Junior midfielder Ava Fernandes is an absolute force on the offensive side of the ball. She comes from a family of great athletes including two sisters that she loves playing with. After previously playing for the Comsewogue Warriors, she is now ready to begin her new journey as a Longwood Lion. Since the beginning of

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    Ashley Gonzalez; A Future Gator Hoping For One Last Run in 2020

    After being part of Half Hollow Hills’ varsity team for five years, senior midfielder Ashley Gonzalez will soon begin her new journey down in Florida as a gator. Ashley is an electrifying offensive player that can score on anyone while also getting her teammates involved. As a captain, she has learned strong leadership skills that

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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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    The Passing of Sayville Native Madison Mergl and Teammate Ann Wray 

    Long Island – The lacrosse community received devastating news on March 13th 2020 regarding the passing of Madison Mergl and Ann Wray. The Mount Olive Lacrosse Players were in a jeep with six others when they were struck and killed by an oncoming vehicle. The loss is shocking, sudden, and unbelievable to those who knew

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    LILJ Top Collegiate Freshman Women from Long Island

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    Katie Goodale; Looking to Finish Her High School Career on Top

    The Riverhead Blue Waves have continued to rise over the past few years and are now one of the top teams on Long Island. Senior defender Katie Goodale is one of the leaders of the Blue Waves defense and has high hopes of finishing her high school career on top. She has been on the

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    Jackie Amato; Helping Lead Westhampton to Greatness

    This season,  junior defender Jackie Amato looks to help take the Westhampton Hurricanes to the next level. Amato will look to take on a leadership role for Hurricanes defense and help the new defenders coming up to the team continue the success that they had last year. While the talent is clearly there, she knows

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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 Girls Player Countdown: 25 to No. 1

    Last week, we shared our next set of picks for the Top 100 Girls Players on Long Island. After weeks of deliberation, the wait is finally over. Here are our selections for the best 25 athletes to look out for in 2020. Did you favorite player make the cut? Click in the link below to

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    LILJ Pre-season Top 10 Girls Teams on Long Island

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    Ailish Kelly; Stanford Commit Reflects on her Career as a Phantom

    Senior attacker Ailish Kelly is set to begin her final season for the Bayport Blue Point Lady Phantoms. The Stanford commit is wrapping up a stellar high school career before she takes her talents to the west coast. She was introduced to the game of lacrosse at a young age and comes from a family

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    Florida’s Emily Heller on a Lacrosse Journey

    Florida’s Emily Heller has come a long way since her time playing lacrosse on Long Island. She attended West Babylon High School, where she played catalyst in many of the team’s wins. In her senior year with the school, Heller led her team to a 14-4 record while finishing Top 5 in all major offensive

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    Long Island Girls Pre-Season Top 20 – 10 Teams

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    Kailyn Hart: Stonybrook’s Next One Up

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    Top 100 Girls Players on Long Island ’74-51′

    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.

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    JM3’s Jamie Munro Visits Beyond The Game

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    Garrett Gibbons: LI Lacrosse Star Begins New Chapter at UMD

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    Top 100 to 75 Girls Players on Long Island

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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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    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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    Jenny Markey; Showing How Hard Work Pays Off

    Jenny Markey is the definition of the ultimate workhorse. The 2x Under Armor All American is getting ready for her final season as a Mount Sinai Mustang before taking her talents upstate to Syracuse. Markey is coming off of a phenomenal 2019 season which saw her rack up 27 goals. Markey reflected on her time

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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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    Ashley Schandel; Building a Perennial Powerhouse in Riverhead

    Ashley Schandel has been around sports her entire life. After becoming the head coach for the Riverhead Blue Waves in 2013, she has been at the forefront of what is becoming a perennial contender in Suffolk County. Riverhead was never a hot bed for lacrosse. It wasn’t until as recently as 2011 that saw the

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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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    Joe Spallina Visits Beyond The Game

         After securing their seventh consecutive America-East Title in 2019, Joe Spallina has once again proven his profound impact on the Stony Brook Women’s Lacrosse program. The Head Coach joined the Seawolves in 2012 following a successful run with the Adelphi Women’s team, which included three consecutive Division II national championships. 

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    Robyn Pastuch; Building Something Special

    Last season was one to remember for coach Robyn Pastuch and the Wantagh Warriors. In her first season as the head coach, Robyn led the Warriors all the way to the County Championship game where they fell just short in a tightly contested game against Cold Spring Harbor. This year, coach Pastuch and the Warriors

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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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    Top 25 Girl Midfielders on Long Island, 2020 Season

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    Alexa Gentile; Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop.

    It’s comeback season for Northport’s Alexa Gentile. The highly coveted senior attacker who verbally committed to UNC four years ago is back after missing the 2019 season with a torn ACL. The Tigers are coming off a State Championship season and have their sights set on repeating. For Alexa, she is ready to get back

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    Top 15 Recruiting Classes for the 2020 Girls

    Each year, top college programs compete to get the Island’s best. 2020 was no exception. After sitting down to discuss who recruited Long Island the best, all signs pointed to the Orangewomen. Syracuse is bringing in four studs hailing from four different schools. Markey at Sinai, Ward at Baylon, Goodale from Riverhead, and Smith from

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    Nittany Lion Kayla Kielbasa Reflects on her time Playing for Riverhead

    After playing for the Riverhead Blue Waves for five years, midfielder Kayla Kielbasa is now a freshman at Penn State University and is ready to begin her career as a Nittany Lion. As Kayla now starts a new chapter in her life she is looking forward to playing both with and against some of the

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    One Last Ride at Bay Shore High School for Ali Susskind

    Senior attack Ali Susskind is set to begin her final season at Bay Shore High School before she continues her lacrosse career at the University of Richmond next fall. Susskind chose Richmond not just because of their academic excellence but because she also feels its where she belongs and wants to be part of a

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    LILJ Top 10 Girls Attackers

    Speed, great stick work, and a high IQ. These are some of the things that takes to be an elite attacker. In order to a successful team it is critical to have a great offense to win those 13-12 shootouts. Some players are flashy while others do it with finesse. The LILJ compiled a list

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    Al Bertolone, One of the Most Successful Coaches on Long Island

    Al Bertolone is one of the most decorated lacrosse coaches on Long Island in recent years. Bertolone and the Mount Sinai girls have won four state championships since 2013. Since 2011, the Mustangs have also won five Long Island Championships, six Suffolk County Championships and seven Division 2 Championships. So what is it like coaching

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    Suffolk Girls Games to Watch in 2020

    The amount of competitive teams that Suffolk County has this year means that we’ll have a lot of tightly contested and well played games. Some will be offensive shootouts while others will be defensive battles. We’ve created a list featuring the key games to watch in 2020. To see the entire list of Suffolk girls

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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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    Alyssa Levy, Last Ride at E.I.

    Alyssa Levy has one last year prior to taking her talents to Rhode Island. Her school of choice was Brown University during her recruiting process. One of the best schools, with one a growing program, will soon get one of the brighter stars in Suffolk. Learn about Levy’s journey through a successful Fall and into

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    Carol Rose, Back & Better Than Ever.

    There are figures in every sport who can be defined as leaders. They create opportunity. They move the needle. They don’t follow the crowd. In girls lacrosse, that leader is Carol Rose. Coach Rose is one of Long Island’s most notable and recognized coaches. Coming off a Class A NYS Championship, the Northport girls lacrosse

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    Melissa Sconone; No ‘I’ in ‘Heels’

    The University of North Carolina girls lacrosse team is going into the 2020 season as the #1 ranked team the country. With six top Long Islander’s on the roster, it’s no surprise this team is one of the best. With notable names like Jamie Ortega and Katie Hoeg, the heels have LI natives emerging into

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    Colleen Kilgus; More Than Just a Lacrosse Coach.

    The Heller sisters and Kayla Downey have shipped off to college. Those three studletes pushed West Babylon to a near upset win in the 2019 Suffolk County Finals. Almost tying the game with seconds remaining, the Eagles fell short to eventual State Champs ESM by just a goal. With the big three gone, a new

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    Caitlin Dellecave; On The Rise.

    For years, Caitlin Dellecave has flown under the radar. Since she was in seventh grade, this multi-sport studlete has been playing varsity lacrosse, quietly going about her business. Fast-forward six years to 2020, Caitlin Dellecave is collecting school records in volleyball, competing for the red, white, and blue U-17 USA team, and pursuing her dream

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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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    Chloe Hoschel Pursuing Her Dream at ‘The Brook’

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    20 Players LILJ is Excited to Watch in 2020

    2019 was an incredible year for high school lacrosse on Long Island. Some players really started to emerge onto the scene, In 2020, they will work to make a name for themselves on the island and make big time contributions to their teams. This upcoming Spring, the LILJ is excited to cover more High School

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    Mackenzie Hoeg; Back-To-Back ‘To Back?!’

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    Becky Thorn’s Rise in the Game She Loves.

    Eastport South Manor girls lacrosse is on top. The rise of this program started when Becky Thorn made the move from Cold Spring Harbor, out east to the south manor aka ESM. 2019 was a season for the books, with ESM capturing a NYS Class B State Championship. While this championship run was one to

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    Committed Corner 12/14-12/27

    Ben Bonafede (2021, Midfield, Chaminade)- Bucknell – A midfielder who gets up and down the field with the best of ’em, Bonafede – who made Chaminade’s stacked varsity team as a sophomore – projects as a standout two-way midfielder at the next level. -NLF National Championship AA Preview 

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    Joe Nicolosi, One Team. One Mission.

    West Islip girls lacrosse is on the rise. A big part of their upward trajectory is Coach Joe Nicolosi. Nicolosi grew up in the community. Legendary Coach Scotty Craig mentored Joe and offered a lot of wisdom that he still uses today. As the Head Coach of West Islip Girls Lacrosse for 16 seasons, Coach

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    Abby Maichin, A Bitter-Sweet Senior Year

    In Abby Maichin’s Senior year she has been keeping herself occupied. A rising star in Long Island High School lacrosse, Maichin has one last year of HS before she ascends to new heights and plays for storied DI program, Notre Dame. To Abby’s credit, she’s taking her High School experience one season at a time.

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    Looking Back: Girls Suffolk Accolades from 2019 Season.

    2019 marked another successful season for Long Island High School lacrosse. A plethora of talent ran up and down the fields throughout the season. Some were recognized amongst the rest as stand-outs. Before we look forward to 2020, let’s take a quick look back and recognize the dozens of athletes who earned accolades from the

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    Committed Corner: 12/7-12/13

    Five girls and two boys committed from Long Island this past week. Learn about where they are going and more on our latest edition of Committed Corner.

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    Mary Bergmann: Hurricane Mentor!

    Mary Bergmann has been instilling an All or Nothing mentality amongst her Westhampton girls since Day 1. This has paid dividends as her Westhampton program has steadily risen towards the top of Suffolk County Class C. Being a Championship contender and knowing how to win it all certainly isn’t something Mary is a stranger of.

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    Kelly Bergeson; Looking to Repeat

    Kelly Bergeson is in the midst of her senior year at Farmingdale High School, and right now she is starring on the basketball court for the Dalers. The Daler point guard is leading the team a season removed from a very impressive 13-8 record. Bergeson has gotten Farmingdale off to an excellent start thus far

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    Kerrin Heuser Never Stops Scoring

    Goal, goal, goal, goal, and goal! That’s five, one for each year Kerrin Heuser played varsity lacrosse at Hicksville High School. The star midfielder is the school record holder with a whopping 225 career goals, peaking with 63 during her senior year. Heuser is a truly gifted offensive player her ability to score at will

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    Hofstra Women’s 2020 Preview

    Hofstra Pride Head Coach: Shannon Smith Assistant Coach: Amanda Johansen, Chris LaMonica, Torin Varn Conference: Colonial Athletic Conference 2019 record: 12-7 (4-2 in conference)   Hofstra Pride are holding their collective heads up high after a very successful 2019 season. Head Coach Shannon Smith has been in charge of the team since July of 2012,

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    Morgan O’Connor; Coaching Back Home

    Who better to coach at a school than one of the players that defined the program? Hear from Morgan O’Connor head coach at Sacred Heart Academy. She talks about her lax life, the parochial system, and what it’s like coaching at her alma matter.

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    Committed Corner 11/25- 12/6

    Boys T.J. Sheehan (2021, Attack, South Side) – Denver: Sheehan is a sneaky good attackman from South Side. His elite skill and IQ = serious production on the offensive half of the field. Sheehan’s craftiness exists when he’s on and off the ball. Let him get a step on you and he’s gone. Look away

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    Stony Brook Women’s Preview 2020

    “It was a dream come true being able to compete amongst 30 of my best friends for 4 years while playing at Stony Brook. We made the best memories & I was fortunate enough to develop into a lacrosse player I could have only dreamed of being with the guidance of my coaches and the

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    Maria Themelis; No Time Off

    Not one, not two but three sports for Manhasset’s Maria Themelis. The senior studlete shines as a soccer, basketball, and lacrosse star for Manhasset high school. Recently she concluded an excellent career on the soccer field. The Indians went 7-10 on the season and Themelis played her heart out for the team, her final goal

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    Emma Tyrell; Orange Crush

    Emma Tyrell joined one of Suffolk county’s best lacrosse programs as a freshman four years ago. The Mount Sinai Mustangs proved their worth during the 2016 season, going up to Cortland for the State championships. The Mustangs won the title during Emma’s first season, and that got the ball rolling towards an excellent career for

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    Top Uncommitted 2021 Girls on Long Island

    It’s been a little over 2 months since September 1st where the Junior class can be contacted by college coaches, and a lot of good 21’s have been locked up, but there is still a lot of talented uncommitted girls out on the market. The LILJ listed the top uncommitted 2021 girls that college coaches

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    Long Island Committed Corner Week of 11/18

    Boys Jack McDonald (2020, D, South Side) – Stony Brook: Jack had a tremendous Junior Year receiving Honorable Mention All County. He’s an athletic defenseman that can play both close and LSM. He can also transition from D to O very well. He will play a vital role on this year’s South Side team. 

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    Biscardi Twins; A Dynamic Duo

    The Biscardi twins are great talents, their skill sets are different and that is exactly what makes them such a potent duo. Missy plays midfield and she flies all over the field. There isn’t much she can’t do. She put in 27 goals and added 8 assists during her senior year at Sacred Heart. The

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