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Empire State Cup: NYC Tryouts

The inaugural Empire State Cup will be played in Syracuse, New York from July 26-29 2012. The Empire State Cup has been designed to give lacrosse players another opportunity to be seen and recruited playing at the highest level of competition possible in the state of New York. This weekend tryouts took place for NYC players. Read More…

The inaugural Empire State Cup will be played in Syracuse, New York from July 26-29 2012. The Empire State Cup has been designed to give lacrosse players another opportunity to be seen and recruited playing at the highest level of competition possible in the state of New York. This weekend tryouts took place for NYC players. Below are a few laxers who stood out. (Photo Credit: Coyotemagic)

Jake Margolis from Riverdale Country School shooting on goal

Jake Schneider First Team All Ivy Fieldston School‏

Will Pasik Hotchkiss School driving on Jonathan Sadeh New Dorp Staten Island

Devin Salmon Curtis HS Staten Island drives on Justin Landis Fieldston School

For more info on the Empire State Cup click here.

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Ddamon6
Ddamon6
9 years ago

This all seems like a sham.  My son tried out for the team, paid $75 and now the roster has several kids on it who have already been accepted to college.  What’s the point?  I thought this was for athletes who were looking to get recruited?  

Ddamon6
Ddamon6
9 years ago

This all seems like a sham.  My son tried out for the team, paid $75 and now the roster has several kids on it who have already been accepted to college.  What’s the point?  I thought this was for athletes who were looking to get recruited?  

Ddamon6
Ddamon6
9 years ago

This all seems like a sham.  My son tried out for the team, paid $75 and now the roster has several kids on it who have already been accepted to college.  What’s the point?  I thought this was for athletes who were looking to get recruited?  

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