The East Coast’s Best Uncommitted Players Will Showcase Their Game This Weekend

The East Coast's Best Uncommitted Players Will Showcase Their Game This Weekend


Many of the regions best players still looking for their college home will be competing in this elite showcase. 120 uncommitted boys will play 3 games and the top 40 will be selected for al All-Star Game. Games will be played on the side by side (to allow for the most efficient college coaches scouting) on gorgeous Bermuda grass fields at Landon School. Read More…

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Win the Ultimate Recruit Package from ConnectLAX

Win the Ultimate Recruit Package from ConnectLAX


Your free recruit package includes everything you need to train harder and showcase your game. You also get our sunglass croakies and “Lacrosse, America’s First Sport” koozies for relaxing after a long training day. Read More…

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Highlight Video Showdown! Win A Free ConnectLAX Profile

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Save over $200 and showcase your game to every college coach with a mobile recruiting profile from ConnectLAX. Track which coaches are opening your emails and viewing your profile, list your profile in our Recruit Finder database, bookmark target colleges and more. Read More…

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Recruit Feature: Collier Echols

Recruit Feature: Collier Echols


I am looking for a school that has high academics, a good lacrosse program, and which provides a chance to enjoy the overall “college experience”. I really enjoy following all championship-level college sports and look forward to plugging into the campus life of the school. 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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ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Ian DeValliere

ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Ian DeValliere


First and foremost is a quality education. I am looking for a school that can challenge me academically and prepare me for my future in the medical field. In a lacrosse program, I am looking for goalie coaches that would be able to help me grow as a player and a head coach that is able to get the best out of his players. Read More…

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ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal

ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal


I am looking for a college program that is competitive. I am looking for a program that has competition within the team for starting spots and is very up-tempo in practice as well as games. I am looking for a program that will help me grow as a person and player. I am also looking for a college program that is very close. A program that acts as a family. Read More…

Posted in: Coverage, High School

Want To Know Which Coaches Are Interested In You?

Want To Know Which Coaches Are Interested In You?


College coaches receive hundreds of inbound emails from players. As a player, knowing which coaches are opening your emails and viewing your information can help you focus your efforts and save time. Read More…

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ConnectLax Recruit Feature: Davis Sampere

Davis Sampere


What I look for in a college lacrosse program is an opportunity to grow as a person. Coming together as a team will expose me to different experiences such as a family type of environment that can only be reached by hard work and dedication. Read More…

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Peyton Smith is a 2016 Faceoff player from North Carolina who plays for Athens Drive H.S. and Tar Heel Lacrosse

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I see myself contributing to a college team not just by winning faceoffs and running off the field, but by winning faceoffs and running right to the cage and being a momentum shifter and momentum starter for my team. I am a firm believer that being a “FOGO” will not get you a successful career in college lacrosse. Read More…

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