Freshman Becomes Youngest Syracuse Commit Ever (Video)



The midfielder is the first freshman in the history of the school’s varsity program to give a Division I commitment, deciding on national power Syracuse University. Read More…

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HD Video: Team Israel Scrimmages Harvard and Boston University



The blue-and-white had several opportunities in the waning seconds but were unable to force overtime.
Offit (three goals, one assist) and Louis Dubick (three goals) led Israel in scoring, while Mike Stone (two goals) and Ari Sussman (two goals) also chipped in. Kyle Bergman (one goal, one assist) and Noah Miller (one goal) added singles, and Joel Derechinsky cracked the scoresheet with an assist. Read More…

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Cassese unveils 2015 Lehigh men’s lacrosse schedule



Lehigh will open its season by hosting Marquette on Feb. 7. The Mountain Hawks defeated the Golden Eagles in their home opener last season, 13-6, but Marquette bounced back to finish 4-2 in the Big East and advance to the conference semifinals. The following Saturday, Lehigh will travel to Furman for a second straight season before returning home for its Patriot League opener against Boston University on the 21st. Read More…

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Syracuse vs Bellarmine | 2014 Nicholas Colleluori Classic

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The Nicholas Colleluori Classic is held annually in October at Ridley High School in Folsom, PA. Dedicated to remembering the life and legacy of HEADstrong founder, Nicholas “HEAD” Colleluori, the NCC offers an enjoyable weekend of collegiate lacrosse while promoting the importance of community, brotherhood, and sportsmanship within the game. Read More…

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The Best Face Dodges and Toe Drags Compilation You Will Ever See

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Today, we are bringing you a compilation of face dodges, toe drags and other similar moves from the best players in the country. You’re going to love this video! Read More…

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Tripp Telesco: Growing through Lehigh

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Competing in athletics at Lehigh allows individuals to grow in all aspects of life. Lehigh men’s lacrosse junior Tripp Telesco is a perfect example. Only halfway through his collegiate career, the Ridgewood, New Jersey native has already developed into an All-American on the field. Off the field, he spent seven weeks overseas this past summer for an academic and professional opportunity which led to significant personal growth. Read More…

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The Best Shooting Coach You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

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Paul Rabil is considered the best lacrosse player on the planet. If you have ever wondered how he got so good, just ask Scott Pugh, his coach for three years at DeMatha Catholic High School and one of the men Rabil credits for winning championships in high school, college and as a professional. With resume boasts like this, Coach Pugh has become one of the most sought after private instructors in the DC-Metropolitan region. Just this past weekend, on Sat Oct 4th, Coach Pugh teamed up with former pupil Pat Harbeson (DeMatha ’10 / University of Virgina ’14) for a Shooting Clinic on the campus of Mater Dei School in Bethesda, MD. Players from the most prestigious schools in the area including Gonzaga, Georgetown Prep, DeMatha, The Heights, Landon, & Richard Montgomery came out to match their skills with the best in the area. Read More…

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Recruiting Insight: Roman Lao-Gosney of MLL’s Florida Launch

Recruiting Insight: Roman Lao-Gosney of MLL's Florida Launch


I played college lacrosse at Lehigh University and I will always be a proud Mountain Hawk alumni. I chose Lehigh for two main reasons. One being the arrival of head coach Kevin Cassese and the uprise of the program. Coach Cassese’s passion and determination was immediately felt when being recruited by him and one thing that stuck over other coaches at other programs is he did not give me a strict timeline to commit. He genuinely wanted me to make the right decision for myself in terms of school and lacrosse. This leads me to the second main reason why I chose Lehigh. It is a smaller private school where I felt I wanted to be, regardless of whether or not I was playing lacrosse there. Read More…

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Denver Men’s Lacrosse to Announce 2015 Schedule through Twitter Wednesday



Denver, coming off its third Championship Weekend appearance in the last four years, returns three of its four USILA All-Americans from a team that finished 16-3 a year ago, including seniors Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.) and Erik Adamson(Anaheim Hills, Calif.). DU’s sophomore class includes USILA Honorable Mention All-American Christian Burgdorf(Westfield, N.J.), Inside Lacrosse Freshman of the Year Zach Miller (Steamburg, N.Y.) and ACC Freshman of the Year and Maryland transfer Connor Cannizzaro (Cazenovia, N.Y.). 2014 BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year Ryan LaPlante (Fort Collins, Colo.) is also set to return for his senior season. Read More…

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Gambitsky, Jahelka and Mahon Named Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Captains

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Chris Wojcik ’96, The Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, has announced that Jake Gambitsky, Stephen Jahelka and Sean Mahon will serve as team captains for the upcoming season. Read More…

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