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Immaculata University Men’s Lacrosse Program Information
This is the Immaculata University Men’s Lacrosse scholarship and program details page. Here you’ll have access to specifics on the school and details on their Men’s Lacrosse program like who to contact about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are presented and how to start the recruiting process.
Immaculata University Men’s lacrosse Program Coaching & Recruiting Personnel
For anyone who is looking to get recruited it is critical to understand who to build a relationship with – and NCSA has got the details you need. The Head Coach of the Immaculata University Men’s Lacrosse program is Matt Justice. Additional key staff are:
If you’re interested in becoming a part of the Immaculata University Men’s Lacrosse program they are the people you must contact. It’s possible to choose to contact them through email utilizing the link above or call the college to get more information about the college and Men’s Lacrosse program before determining if it is a suitable fit for you personally.
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Centenary University Athletics Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata UniversityMen’s Lacrosse History > Immaculata University
Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata University from Mar 28, 2007 -
Feb 27, 2019
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Longest Win Streak
Longest Losing Streak
4/10/2010 – 4/25/2011
Last 10 Matchups
|February 27, 2019 2/27/2019||2019||
Home Hackettstown, N. J.
L 7 - 9
|April 21, 2018 4/21/2018||2018||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 12 - 11
|April 19, 2017 4/19/2017||2017||
Home Hackettstown, N. J.
W 7 - 4
|April 7, 2016 4/7/2016||2016||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 10 - 8
|April 15, 2015 4/15/2015||2015||
Home Hackettstown, N. J.
W 14 - 3
|April 2, 2014 4/2/2014||2014||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 12 - 8
|April 13, 2013 4/13/2013||2013||
Home Hackettstown, N. J.
W 18 - 6
|March 24, 2012 3/24/2012||2012||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 11 - 9
|April 25, 2011 4/25/2011||2011||
L 9 - 13
|April 10, 2010 4/10/2010||2010||
Away Immaculata, PA
L 7 - 16
|April 18, 2009 4/18/2009||2009-10||
W 15 - 11
|April 5, 2008 4/5/2008||2008-09||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 12 - 11
|March 28, 2007 3/28/2007||2006-2007||
Home Hackettstown, N. J.
W 7 - 6
Immaculata University Men’s D3
Degrees offered by popularity. Type = Bachelor.
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General (49%)
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse (36%)
Business Administration and Management, General (7%)
Parks, Recreation & Fitness Stu. (7%)
Kinesiology and Exercise Science (7%)
Psychology, General (4%)
Fashion Merchandising (4%)
Health/Health Care Administration/Management (3%)
Music Therapy/Therapist (3%)
Social Sciences (2%)
Human Resources Management and Services, Other (2%)
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions, Other (2%)
Communication & Journalism (2%)
Criminal Justice & Law Enforce (2%)
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other (2%)
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth (2%)
Criminal Justice/Safety Studies (2%)
Biology/Biological Sciences, General (1%)
Finance, General (1%)
Biological & Biomedical Sciences (1%)
Athletic Training/Trainer (1%)
Computer & Information Sciences (1%)
Visual & Performing Arts (1%)
Music, General (1%)
Information Science/Studies (1%)
Music Teacher Education (0%)
Crisis/Emergency/Disaster Management (0%)
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, General (0%)
Social Studies Teacher Education (0%)
English Language & Literature (0%)
Physical Sciences (0%)
Marketing/Marketing Management, General (0%)
English Language and Literature, General (0%)
Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General (0%)
Chemistry, General (0%)
Theology/Theological Studies (0%)
Finance and Financial Management Services, Other (0%)
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies (0%)
Spanish Language and Literature (0%)
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other (0%)
Family and Consumer Sciences/Home Economics Teacher Education (0%)
International Relations and Affairs (0%)
Foreign Languages (0%)
Liberal Arts & Sciences (0%)
Mathematics Teacher Education
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design
Business Teacher Education
Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Mathematics & Statistics
Biology Teacher Education
Chemistry Teacher Education
Spanish Language Teacher Education
Management Information Systems, General
Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing
Mathematics and Computer Science
Arcadia University Athletics Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata UniversityMen’s Lacrosse History > Immaculata University
Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata University from Feb 23, 2013 - Feb 26, 2014
Longest Win Streak
2/26/2014 – 2/26/2014
Longest Losing Streak
2/23/2013 – 2/23/2013
Last 2 Matchups
|February 26, 2014 2/26/2014||2014||
Home Glenside, Pa.
W 13 - 6
|February 23, 2013 2/23/2013||2013||
Away Immaculata, PA
L 8 - 10
Alvernia University Athletics Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata UniversityMen’s Lacrosse History > Immaculata University
Men’s Lacrosse History vs Immaculata University from Apr 14, 2007 - Mar 14, 2018
Longest Win Streak
3/11/2015 – 3/11/2015
Longest Losing Streak
4/12/2008 – 3/20/2010
Last 7 Matchups
|March 14, 2018 3/14/2018||2018||
Home Reading, Pa.
L 6 - 15
|March 19, 2016 3/19/2016||2016||
Home Reading, Pa.
L 10 - 14
|March 11, 2015 3/11/2015||2015||
Away Immaculata, PA
W 8 - 7
|March 20, 2010 3/20/2010||2010||
Home Reading, PA
L 3 - 10
|April 6, 2009 4/6/2009||2009||
Away Immaculata, PA
L 6 - 10
|April 12, 2008 4/12/2008||2008||
Away Immaculata, PA
L 7 - 10
|April 14, 2007 4/14/2007||2007||
Away Immaculata, Pa.
W 13 - 7
Immaculata University Athletics Programs – College Factual
Before making a decision to attend Immaculata University, student athletes should take a look at the information presented here on the sports team they are interested in as well as the general athletics program.
The Immaculata University Athletics Program
Immaculata University Sports Participants
There are 307 athletes who take part in at least one sport at the school, 149 men and 158 women.
Immaculata University Coaches
The sports at Immaculata are led by 23 head coaches, 11 of whom coach male teams and 12 of whom spearhead women’s teams. The average salary of the men’s team head coaches is $43,893, while the head coaches of women’s team make, on average, $44,193 per year.
In addition to the head coaches of Immaculata sports, there are 12 assistant coaches of men’s teams and 13 assitant coaches of women’s teams. The average salary is $26,931 a year for assistant coaches of men’s teams and $27,069 for assistant coaches of women’s teams. Note, the individual salary of coaches is often dependent on the team they coach.
Did the Immaculata Athletics Program Make Money?
Immaculata sports teams made $795,115 in revenue, but they did have to spend $743,236 for expenses. This means the team turned a profit of $51,879, which is great since many schools have to declare a loss.
The net profit or loss can vary with each sport. For example, sports like basketball and football are often moneymakers for a school while other sports could be operating at a deficit. The chart below compares the amount of money made (or lost) for each of the men’s sports offered at Immaculata.
Likewise, money made for women’s athletics can vary quite a bit by sport. Here’s what the comparison looks like for women’s sports at Immaculata.
A Note About Immaculata Sports Rankings
Along with the other data we present for each sport below, we also include the sport’s ranking on our Best Schools for the Sport list when applicable. The top spots on College Factual’s sports rankings are reserved for those schools that excel in both athletics and academics. This ensures that while you’re participating in sports programs at the school, you’ll also be getting a solid education.
Popular Sports at Immaculata University
Immaculata Men’s Baseball
The 30-member men’s baseball team at Immaculata is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach. Our Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Baseball] ranking placed Immaculata# 124 out of the 348 schools in its division.
Immaculata brought in $73,135 in revenue from its baseball program while paying out $66,345 in expenses. This equates to a net profit of $6,790 for the program. That’s definitely a big plus.
Immaculata Women’s Basketball
The head coach and 2 assistant coaches train and lead the 17 players of the Immaculata women’s basketball team. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Basketball analysis, Immaculata ranked #287 out of 387 colleges and universities.
The Immaculata women’s basketball program paid out $74,102 in expenses while making $74,085 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-17.
Immaculata Cross Country
Immaculata Men’s Cross County
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 6 players of the Immaculata men’s cross country team.
In terms of financials, the Immaculata men’s cross country program paid out $16,289 in expenses and made $16,876 in total revenue. On the plus side, this means that the program made $587 in net profit for the school. That’s much better than a loss.
Immaculata Women’s Cross Country
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 8 players of the Immaculata women’s cross country team.
The women’s cross country program at Immaculata made $19,605 in revenue and spent $18,010 in expenses. That is, the program raked in a net profit of $1,595 for the school. Not all college sports teams can say that.
Immaculata Women’s Field Hockey
There are 17 players on the Immaculata women’s field hockey team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. In College Factual’s most recent Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Field Hockey analysis, Immaculata ranked #112 out of 150 colleges and universities.
The women’s field hockey program at Immaculata made $34,002 in revenue and spend $31,002 in expenses. On the plus side, this means that the program made $3,000 in net profit for the school. That’s much better than a loss.
Immaculata Men’s Golf
The 6 players of the Immaculata men’s golf team are led by a head coach and an assistant coach.
Immaculata brought in $18,473 in revenue from its men’s golf program while paying out $19,031 in expenses. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-558.
Immaculata Women’s Golf
The 1-member women’s golf team at Immaculata is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach.
The women’s golf program at Immaculata made $1,100 in revenue and spent $1,500 in expenses. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-400.
Immaculata Indoor Track
Immaculata Men’s Indoor Track
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 7 players of the Immaculata men’s indoor track team.
In terms of financials, the Immaculata men’s indoor track program paid out $13,697 in expenses and made $14,365 in total revenue. On the plus side, this means that the program made $668 in net profit for the school. That’s much better than a loss.
Immaculata Women’s Indoor Track
The Immaculata women’s indoor track team is made up of 12 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and an assistant coach.
The Immaculata women’s indoor track program paid out $16,216 in expenses while making $14,851 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-1,365.
Immaculata Men’s Lacrosse
The 19 players of the Immaculata men’s lacrosse team are led by a head coach and 2 assistant coaches. According to College Factual’s Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Lacrosse analysis, Immaculata was ranked #162 out of the 207 schools in its division.
On the money side of things, the Immaculata men’s lacrosse program brought home $43,224 in revenue and paid out $50,899 in total expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-7,675.
Immaculata Women’s Lacrosse
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 17 players of the Immaculata women’slacrosse team. Immaculata landed the #130 spot in our Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Lacrosse out of the 240 colleges and universities that were included in the analysis.
The Immaculata women’s lacrosse program paid out $52,349 in expenses while making $43,995 in total revenue. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-8,354.
Immaculata Outdoor Track
Immaculata Men’s Outdoor Track
There are 9 players on the Immaculata men’s indoor track team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach.
On the money side of things, the Immaculata men’s outdoor track program brought home $10,021 in revenue and paid out $9,521 in total expenses. On the plus side, this means that the program made $500 in net profit for the school. That’s much better than a loss.
Immaculata Women’s Outdoor Track
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 13 players of the Immaculata women’s outdoor track team.
The women’s outdoor track program at Immaculata made $10,621 in revenue and spent $11,002 in expenses. This is a bit of a downer since it means that the program lost money, $-381 to be exact.
Immaculata Men’s Soccer
There are 27 players on the Immaculata men’s soccer team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. Immaculata was given a rank of 147 out of the 375 schools in its division in our most recent Best Colleges for Division III Men’s Soccer report.
The men’s soccer program at Immaculata made $48,261 in revenue and spent $49,756 in expenses. Unfortunately, that means the program lost money, racking up a net loss of $-1,495.
Immaculata Women’s Soccer
The 25-member women’s soccer team at Immaculata is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach. Our Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Soccer ranking placed Immaculata# 252 out of the 383 schools in its division.
The women’s soccer program at Immaculata made $50,957 in revenue and spent $50,602 in expenses. That is, the program raked in a net profit of $355 for the school. Not all college sports teams can say that.
Immaculata Women’s Softball
There are 21 players on the Immaculata women’s softball team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach. Immaculata was given a rank of 154 out of the 365 schools in its division in our most recent Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Softball report.
The women’s softball program at Immaculata made $43,501 in revenue and spend $39,176 in expenses. So, the program was a moneymaker for the school, bringing in $4,325 in net profit. Mark this down as a good thing.
Immaculata Men’s Swimming
The 5 players of the Immaculata men’s swimming team are led by a head coach and an assistant coach.
In terms of financials, the Immaculata men’s swimming program paid out $7,625 in expenses and made $7,658 in total revenue. That is, the program raked in a net profit of $33 for the school. Not all college sports teams can say that.
Immaculata Women’s Swimming
The 6-member women’s swimming team at Immaculata is kept in shape by one head coach and one assistant coach.
The women’s swimming program at Immaculata made $9,654 in revenue and spent $8,562 in expenses. So, the program was a moneymaker for the school, bringing in $1,092 in net profit. Mark this down as a good thing.
Immaculata Men’s Tennis
There are 15 players on the Immaculata men’s tennis team, and they are led by one head coach and one assistant coach.
The men’s tennis program at Immaculata made $19,012 in revenue and spent $18,010 in expenses. On the plus side, this means that the program made $1,002 in net profit for the school. That’s much better than a loss.
Immaculata Women’s Tennis
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 8 players of the Immaculata women’s tennis team.
On the money side of things, the Immaculata women’s tennis program brought home $20,215 in revenue and paid out $20,205 in total expenses. This equates to a net profit of $10 for the program. That’s definitely a big plus.
Immaculata Men’s Volleyball
The head coach and assistant coach train and lead the 10 players of the Immaculata men’s volleyball team.
Immaculata brought in $19,362 in revenue from its men’s volleyball program while paying out $21,962 in expenses. That’s not such good news since it means the program lost money to the tune of $-2,600.
Immaculata Women’s Volleyball
The Immaculata women’s volleyball team is made up of 13 players who, in turn, are trained and guided by a head coach and an assistant coach. Our Best Colleges for Division III Women’s Volleyball ranking placed Immaculata# 270 out of the 375 schools in its division.
The Immaculata women’s volleyball program paid out $24,715 in expenses while making $25,251 in total revenue. This means the program turned a profit, making $536 for the school. This is great since many college sports programs lose money.
Notes & References
In case you’re wondering why certain sports that Immaculata University offers aren’t listed above, it’s because we have no data on those sports.
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Exton Native Takes Reins of Immaculata’s Women’s Lacrosse Program
By Mark Hostutler
Image of Nicole Barretta via Temple University.
Immaculata University has named Exton native and Downingtown East High School graduate Nicole Barretta as head coach of its women’s lacrosse program.
Barretta spent last season as an assistant coach at Stockton University in Galloway, N.J. As a player, she starred at Temple and perennial power Stony Brook.
“I would like to thank Athletic Director Paul Murphy and the Immaculata Athletic Department for its belief in me during the selection process,” said Barretta. “The Athletic Department’s drive and passion for success was something that really drew me to the school. I cannot wait to hit the ground running this fall.”
During her playing career at Temple, Barretta registered 56 goals and 17 assists in 46 games. As a junior, she contributed 21 goals and six assists.
At Stony Brook, Barretta appeared in 17 games, making six starts, and scored 26 goals to help lead the Seawolves to their seventh consecutive America East Conference championship. She scored the game-winner in overtime against James Madison in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
“We are extremely excited to have Nicole join the department as the newest member of our athletics family,” said Murphy. “Her playing experience and access to strong coaching mentors should serve our student-athletes well.”
Barretta earned a bachelor’s degree in Sport and Recreation Management from Temple and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Stony Brook.
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While everyone is waiting for the start of the new regular season, NHL.com presents the 10 best moments of the 2019-20 season. Today we are talking about the fourth place, where we put spectacular goals in lacrosse-style performed by the Russian forward “Carolina Hurricanes” Andrey Svechnikov.
The Russian scored many beautiful goals this season, but one of them went down in history. Last season, Svechnikov became the first player in NHL history to score in lacrosse style.On October 29, in a match against Calgary (2: 1) at that time, another 19-year-old striker (he turned 20 on March 26) raised the puck on the hook and, standing behind the endline, brought it into the net of the goal, which was defended by David Rittich . .. That goal became one of the most talked about and beautiful in the regular season and deservedly got into our hit parade of the best moments.
Video: KGI-KAR: Svechnikov showed a real trick
It would seem that a dream has come true, you can calm down. But this is not about Svechnikov, who already on December 17 in a duel against Winnipeg (6: 3) successfully performed his trick again, upset the future owner of Vezina Connor Hellebuck and at an important moment of the meeting brought Carolina ahead, making the score 3: 2.Then the Hurricanes hit the gates of the discouraged Jets two more times and secured a comfortable advantage, which they carried to the victorious end. And the Russian striker received well-deserved compliments from partners and the head coach of the team, Rod Brindamore.
“Incredible,” exclaimed Carolina forward Sebastian Aho, speaking of Svechnikov’s goal. “No one has ever done this before him.
“He was given the green light to do anything in the wrong zone with the puck,” the Hurricanes mentor said after the Winnipeg match. – It’s very cool to see this. That goal turned out to be very important. Andrey is a special player. You saw it for the first time about a month ago. But we see this in training for a year and a half. So this is not luck. Because he trains it all the time. ”
Video: Andrey Svechnikov talks about the“ lacrosse ”goal
Svechnikov said that he first saw such a goal (like all of us) performed by Finland’s striker Mikael Granlund in a match against the Russian team at the 2011 World Cup.Then his brother – Detroit forward Evgeny Svechnikov – managed to repeat the trick in training, and Andrey asked him to teach. In an interview with Izvestia this summer, Konstantin Barulin, who defended the gates of the Russian national team in that memorable match, spoke out loudly enough this summer, saying that the Finn was just lucky, since the puck lay on his hook, and Svechnikov “does everything deliberately, he raises the puck on the hook himself. and brings it into the gate. ”
The Russian forward made the goalkeepers think, who will now always prepare for such a trick. Calgary goalkeeper Cam Talbot, who watched the first ever lacrosse goal from the bench, said that he will now always think about this scenario: Attention this possibility. It might make sense to press your head against the bar, but in general I’m not going to change my style just because he is on the court. However, if he goes outside the goal, then it is worth thinking about it. ”
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Svechnikov from childhood was and still remains a diligent and hardworking player who is always trying to improve his game.The Russian striker comes to the rink before everyone else, and leaves the last, practicing the throws. It was not for nothing that the partners themselves, at the end of the last regular season, recognized him as the best player in the team and presented him with the Steve Chasson prize. This award is presented annually to the Carolina player who stands out as the best personification of dedication and dedication and inspires partners by example.
“Every day he comes into the arena with the right attitude,” said Hurricanes forward Warren Vogel.- The guys who give their best, command respect. Even after matches, he works out the shots. He just wants to get better. The presence of such a player in the team pushes you too. “
In 68 regular season matches, Svechnikov scored 61 (24 + 37) points, which was the third result in club history (after moving from Hartford in 1997) among players who spent their second season in In addition, last season, the second-pick Russian in 2018 had an 11-game streak (February 2-25), which became the Hurricanes’ longest teenage streak in history.
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“It’s very simple – everyone loves him,” Brindamore commented on the award of the best player of the season to Svechnikov. what you can ask a young player. Forget how he plays, this is just the tip of the iceberg. He is a really great guy. Everyone around him is respected. ”
Svechnikov did not stop only at the regular season and continued to sparkle in the playoffs.In a series of Stanley Cup qualifying rounds in the second match against Rangers (4: 1), the Russian striker scored a hat-trick that became the first in Carolina’s cup history. In total, the forward scored four goals in Toronto and became the team’s best scorer in the playoffs. He also scored three assists and had the Hurricanes’ best utility (plus-7).
Video: The first hat-trick of Svechnikov in the playoffs in the history of the club
“I think everyone will have the same opinion about this player,” said Brindamore after the hat-trick, who never spares kind words about Svechnikov.- He’s a genius on the ice and a very good person in the locker room. A special guy, and what is important, he is adding every day. Our team is very lucky to have such a player. We see how he gains experience. He understands better what needs to be done for the team to succeed. I repeat: we are just lucky that we have such a player. “
We will never know how the series of the first round with Boston (1-4) would have developed for Carolina, if Svechnikov had not received an offensive injury before goal in a series 3 match after a collision with Bruins defender Zdeno Hara.Fortunately, the survey did not reveal anything serious. Just a stretch, which, according to Svechnikov himself, he would have coped with by the second round. But the Hurricanes did not get there and are now preparing for the new season.
Svechnikov himself is also preparing for the new season. The 20-year-old striker has the final year of his three-year rookie contract, which he signed on July 1, 2018. Upon expiration, he will become a Restricted Free Agent. As both sides have already reported, the negotiations began a long time ago.There is no doubt that Svechnikov will remain at Carolina, but for how many years and on what terms? We can find out the answers soon.
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Lacrosse for women Georgetown Hoyas – Georgetown Hoyas women’s lacrosse
|Lacrosse For Women Georgetown Hoyas|
|Head coach||Ricky Freed (since 2005 season)|
|Stadium|| Multisport Field
(capacity: 2500 people)
|Colors|| Blue and Gray
|NCAA Tournament Finalist|
|NCAA Four Tournament Final|
|2001, 2002, 2004|
|NCAA Tournament Appearances|
|1998, 1999 , 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2018, 2019|
|Conference Championship Tournament|
|Championship regular season conferences|
|2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015|
Georgetown Hoyas women lacrosse competes teams in the Greater Eastern Conference, in the NCAA Division I conferences. The first team was formed in 1977.
|Years of Lacrosse||42|
|Big East Games|
|WL Big East Season Record (since 2001)||104-18|
|Titles of the Greater East||11|
|Big East Tournament Titles||1|
|NCAA WL Record||14-15|
|NCAA National Championship||0|
* Statistics for the 2018 season
The current head coach is Ricky Freed, who took over after Kim Simons retired after the 2004 season. Freed previously served as assistant coach from 2002 to 2003 and assistant coach from 2003 to 2004, both under Simons.
The current assistant coaches are Erin Wellner-Helmold and Michie Ellers. Helmold played for Fried at Johns Hopkins University. Ellers played under Simons with Freed as an assistant coach at Georgetown from 2002 to 2004.
The Georgetown Women’s Lacrosse Team qualified for two national championship games in 2001 and 2002. The team competed in 9 consecutive NCAA tournaments from 1998 to 2006 and made it to 3 games in the four NCAA finals in 2001, 2002 and 2004. The team had an unbeaten record in the Big East in 2001-2006, earning them 6 consecutive Conference championships. In 2007, the women’s lacrosse team lost to Syracuse University in the first-ever Grand Oriental Women’s Lacrosse Tournament.However, Hoya had previously been crowned champions of the Greater East of the regular season.
In 2006, Georgetown’s women’s lacrosse team continued to be a household name in the national arena. The team started the 2006 season at number 10/12 in the national polls and climbed to the end to earn number 3 in their ninth consecutive NCAA event. Key regular season victories over Princeton, North Carolina, Maryland and Notre Dame have continued to build a solid reputation for Hoya as women’s play grows across the country.Hoyas posted a 14-4 all-time record, won his sixth straight Big East Conference Championship, and made his eighth consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals. The Hoyas Defense is second in the country, allowing only 7.0 goals per game. During the 2006 season, the team set a 4-1 record in the program with five extra games. In addition, the team had a 5-2 record in single-goal games.
New to the coaching staff in 2006 was assistant coach Michie Ellers, a former Georgetown player from 2000 to 2004.The team was led by captains Stephanie Zodtner and Coco Stanwick.
After advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament after beating Towson University 15-14, Hoya fell to Dartmouth College 13-3. The game marked Georgetown’s seventh consecutive NCAA quarterfinal appearance and the team’s eighth consecutive NCAA appearance. Georgetown finished the 2005 season with an overall record of 13-5 and an ideal 5-0 in the Greater East. The team earned their fifth consecutive Big East Championship, continuing their unbeaten conference record.It was Ricky Fried’s first year as the team’s head coach and Bowen Holden’s first year as an assistant coach. This was Erin Wellner’s first year as an assistant coach. The team was led by captains Lauryn Bernier, Allison Chambers and Sarah Olyphant.
The Hoyas continued to be undefeated by the Big East with a flawless conference record of 6-0 in 2004. As the Big East Conference Champion, the team automatically received an entry to the NCAA tournament.Hoyas advanced to the semi-finals before losing to Virginia 12-9. The team was led by Head Coach Kim Simons, Assistant Coach, Ricky Fried, Assistant Coach, Bowen Holden, and captains Anouk Peters, Michie Ellers and Gloria Lozano.
Individual career records
|Drawing Controls||223||Gloria Lozano||2001-04|
|Calls generated||204||Michie Ellers||2001-04|
Individual records in one season
|Balls||81 years||Chris Lindsay||1996|
|Drawing Controls||113||Coco Stanwick||2006|
|Calls generated||66||Michie Ellers||2004|
|Save%||0. 720||Chris Lindsay||1996|
|NCAA Division I (independent) (1983-2000)|
|1998||Kim Simons||9-7||NCAA First Round|
|1999||Kim Simons||11-6||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2000||Kim Simons||12-5||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|NCAA Division I (Big East Conference) (2001-present)|
|2001||Kim Simons||17-3||6-0||1st||NCAA Runner-up|
|2002||Kim Simons||17-2||6-0||1st||NCAA Runner-up|
|2003||Kim Simons||13-4||6-0||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2004||Kim Simons||13-5||6-0||1st||NCAA Semi-Finals|
|2005||Ricky Freed||13-5||5-0||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2006||Ricky Freed||14-4||5-0||1st||NCAA Quarterfinals|
|2008||Ricky Freed||12-7||3-2||3rd||NCAA First Round|
|2009||Ricky Freed||13-6||6-1||T-1st||NCAA First Round|
|2010||Ricky Freed||13-6||8-0||1st||NCAA First Round|
|2013||Ricky Freed||13-6||6-2||T-2nd||NCAA Second Round|
|2014||Ricky Freed||11-9||6-1||2nd||NCAA Second Round|
|2018||Ricky Freed||12-7||8-1||2nd||NCAA First Round|
|Total:||350-262-3 (0. 572)|
Postseason Invitational Champion regular season conferences conference regular season champion and tournament champion divisions regular season division regular season champions conferences Champion conference tournaments
Hoya participated in 15 NCAA tournaments.Their postseason record is 14-15.
|1998||–||First round||Princeton||L, 11-12 (from)|
|1999||–|| First round,
# 1 Maryland
| W, 7-6
|2000||–|| First round,
# 1 Maryland
| W, 11-10
D, 6-7 (from)
|2001||# 3|| First round
| # 14 Hofstra
# 6 North Carolina
# 7 Loyola (Maryland)
# 1 Maryland
| W, 20-5
L, 13-14 (3ot)
|2002||# 1|| First round
# 4 Cornell
# 2 Princeton
| W, 20-9
W, 12-10 (2ot)
|2003||–|| First round,
# 3 Virginia
| W, 9-5
|2004||–|| First round,
# 3 Maryland
# 2 Virginia
| W, 13-12 (from)
|2005||# 5|| First round,
# 4 Dartmouth
| W, 15-14
|2006||# 3|| First round,
# 6 Notre Dame
| W, 18-2
|2008||No. 6||First round||Duke||L, 8-10|
|2009||–||First round||# 8 Princeton||L, 9-15|
|2010||# 4||First round||Syracuse||L, 8-15|
|2013||No. 6||Second round||Virginia||L, 8-10|
|2014||–|| First round
# 3 North Carolina
| W, 9-8 (from)
|2018||–||First round||Virginia Institute of Technology||L, 10-13|
Technoline charger (La Crosse) BC-700 – “Smart charging saves you money”
In everyday life, we are surrounded by a gigantic number of things powered by “finger” and “little finger” batteries. Cameras, navigators, flashlights, clocks, remotes, children’s toys, etc. etc. Constantly buying new batteries is ruin. Output – NiCd and NiMH accumulators of the same standard sizes. But here, too, everything is not so simple: cheap chargers, sold on every corner, do not treat batteries very kindly. It is impossible to control the charging current and charge level in them, most of them do not even know how to identify a faulty battery, which, being inserted into the device, begins to actively add workers.As a result, the batteries do not fulfill their declared 1000 charge cycles at all, and most of them lose most of their declared capacity in the first year of operation.
Technoline BC700 (analogue of La-crosse) with Sanyo eneloop XXXbatteries
chargers with GP size AA and Duracell size AAA
All these problems can be avoided by purchasing the so-called “smart” charging, which individually controls the charge level of each of the 4 batteries inserted into it, which has protection against reverse polarity and overheating , the charging current of which can be adjusted at your discretion (200 mA – for “gentle” charging in normal mode, 700 mA – for fast express charging). Experience dictates that a maximum current of 700 mA is usually sufficient for fast charging, while devices with higher charging currents will reduce battery life or even damage them altogether.
La-crosse chargers have been around for a long time. Technoline BC700 – a complete analogue of a similar device from La-crosse, was sold in a specialized online store for a reasonable price. Just shortly before that, I bought Sanyo batteries from the famous Eneloop series – one of the best in their class (in the first photo).I didn’t want to spoil such cool and expensive batteries with cheap and stupid charging, so I decided to buy quickly.
The device turned out to be really smart. It is able to determine the real (not approximate or marketing) capacity of the battery in TEST mode. It is significant that cheap and mass-produced batteries in this mode show a huge variation in capacity that differs from the declared one in one direction or the other, while good, high-quality and expensive ones demonstrate values that are very close to the figures stated on their shiny cases.
In addition, the charger can to some extent recover old or long-term batteries that have lost their original capacity. For this, the REFRESH mode is provided – several consecutive discharge and charge cycles until the battery capacity stops increasing. However, this can take quite a long time (several days).
In addition, smart charging helps to sort the batteries according to their actual capacity, to reject non-working ones in time (with the inscription “null” on the display).But even such a battery, which is determined by the charger as dead (critically low charge level), if left in the switched on device, can after a while “come to life” and start charging. That is, the device in trickle charging mode tries to charge even dead batteries, which then you can try to restore by REFRESH mode.
In other words, such a smart charger, in combination with high-quality batteries, allows you to significantly save on energy costs and significantly extend the life of the batteries, thereby justifying their high cost.
The disadvantages of this device include the lack of display backlighting. But this is not too critical and is easily compensated for by the flawless operation of the device and the pleasure of knowing that now the battery charging is under my complete control.
Ball trolley | Hockey equipment
High quality steel ball trolley with mesh can be used for a wide range of sports balls
Store all your balls in one place and never waste another minute getting ready for your upcoming workout.The sturdy steel ball trolley with net is ideal for storing them in a spotless manner and transporting them wherever you need them, both during matches and in training. The cart can be used for tennis or ice hockey balls as well as lacrosse balls.
- A high-strength steel frame guarantees maximum reliability for this trolley.
- Premium quality 48mm mesh holds approximately 300 standard baseballs.
- Powder-coated frame and UV and rot-resistant mesh make this trolley fully weather-resistant and extremely robust.
- Pneumatic anti-puncture wheels guarantee a smooth ride.
- Efficient delivery of large quantities of balls from storage to training area.
Our trolley will last a long time. A heavy-duty steel frame and high-quality 48mm mesh are all you need to use it on your training ground. The steel frame is powder coated to resist scratches and corrosion.Matching the sturdy frame, the high quality 48mm mesh is UV and rot resistant, making the entire structure weatherproof all year round.
Premium weather resistant net suitable for storing balls of various sports such as tennis, hockey, cricket, baseball, lacrosse, and any other balls of similar size.
Conduct large-scale training, effortlessly, delivering large quantities of balls to and from the training area is no longer a problem.The net can hold 300 standard baseballs, and the puncture-resistant wheels ensure a smoother ride, making your inventory trips faster and more efficient!
|age:||14-19 years old|
|minimum age for foreign students:||14+|
|language of instruction:||English|
|school type:||private school|
|program type:||high school, high school|
|number of students:||430|
|Composition of students:||33% – foreign students from 31 countries|
|teacher / student ratio:||1: 8|
|type of accommodation:||boarding house, other|
|duration:||1+ weeks, academic semester, 1+ years|
|school website:||https: // www. cushing.org/|
The American School of Cushing was founded by philanthropist Thomas Parkman Cushing, whose name it now bears in 1865. It is one of the oldest mixed boarding schools in the United States.
Education at school is aimed at building character, developing critical thinking and creativity in solving problems. Each student is provided with the necessary support, and is also encouraged to actively participate in all activities carried out by the school.The school has a rather challenging college preparatory curriculum that develops the necessary skills for further education and adulthood.
- The school is a member of the New England Athletic Council Preparatory School
- large number of graduates became professional athletes
- strong art program
- strong athletic performance
National ratings: in the top 100 among the best schools in the United States
High school program: AP American High School Diploma
90,026 Academic Achievements: 90,118 90,027 90,118 Students GPA in 2020: 45% – 3. 99, 24% – 3.4
50% of students passed the SAT in 2019 in the following ranges: EBRW 500 – 640, Math 510 – 730, Combined 1020 – 1340
- Boston University
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Chapman University
- Dalhousie University (Canada)
- Emerson College
- Imperial College London (UK)
- McGill University (Canada)
- New York University
- Northeastern University
- Pace University, New York City
- Pennsylvania State University
- Pratt Institute
- Purdue University
- Stanford University
- Syracuse University
- Tufts University
- University of British Columbia (Canada)
- Erika Lawler – Ice Hockey Player, 2010 Winter Olympics Silver Champion
- John Lilley – ice hockey player, US Olympic team
- Meghan Duggan – ice hockey player, silver champion of the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics, gold medal in 2018
- Paul Thomas Anderson – Producer, Director and Screenwriter of Films, Winner of 8 Oscar Nominations
- Bett Davis – American actress
- Nate Berkus – media personality, TV presenter and writer
- John Cena – actor and wrestler
- Mike Evans is professional soccer player
- Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck – King of Bhutan
- Honors and Advanced courses.high school grades 9-12. The program includes the study of: classical and modern languages, computer science, english, history and social science, mathematics, art, science
- summer camps for boys and girls 11-18 years old. 3 week program: June 28 – July 18 or July 11 – July 31
- ESL program. Designed for intermediate to advanced English learners, it prepares to study in the United States. The school offers the following ESL courses:
- Advanced Intermediate Level (Writing and Grammar, Reading II, Listening and Speaking)
- Advanced Level (Grammar and Composition, and Literary Studies)
- TOEFL Review (afternoon activity option)
in the boarding house under the round-the-clock supervision of teachers who monitor discipline and order.Bedrooms with personal amenities are equipped with telephone and internet access, study area and closets for storing personal belongings. Most of the rooms are designed for two people, there are also single rooms. In the second year of study, students can choose their own neighbor.Technical equipment:
Library, video studio, training laboratories, carpentry workshops, art studio, theater studio, gym.
Physical development, strength and endurance are considered some of the oldest traditions of Cushing Academy students.Teams compete throughout New England, the United States, and travel overseas to international tournaments. The school pays considerable attention to the creative development of children, they can engage in visual or theater arts, choreography and music
Tuition, accommodation and meals per year: 65 950 USD
Scholarships: yes90,000 Pretty little liars. Impeccable – 8. Even Exemplary Rosewood Guys Are Not Alien To Self-Digging
On Tuesday afternoon, on her way back from school, Aria drove past a lacrosse field and recognized the lone figure of a player running around with a stick in the goal area.He constantly changed the direction of the blows and glided over the wet muddy grass. Ominous gray clouds covered the sky, drizzling rain.
Aria pulled up to the edge of the field.
She hasn't seen her brother since yesterday, since he escaped from Victory. Towards evening, he called home and said that he would have dinner with his friend Theo. And even later he called back and warned that he would stay overnight with him.
Mike looked up and frowned.
- Come here.
Mike trudged reluctantly across the neat green carpet of the lawn.
"Sit down," Aria commanded.
- I'm training.
- You can't avoid me forever. We need to talk.
- About what?
She raised a perfectly arched eyebrow.
- Hmm, about what we saw yesterday. In the bar.
Mike fiddled with the leather strap on his golf club. Raindrops bounced off the canvas of the Brown baseball cap.
- I don't understand what you mean.
- What? Aria narrowed her eyes, but Mike didn't even look at her.- Okay. She put it in reverse. - Remain a rag.
Mike grabbed the window frame with his hand.
“I… I don’t know what to do,” he said quietly.
Aria pressed the brake pedal.
- What do you mean?
“If they divorce, I don’t know what I’ll do,” Mike repeated. A suffering, embarrassed expression appeared on his face, which made him look like a ten-year-old boy. - I'll blow myself up, I guess.
Tears welled up in Aria's eyes.
“It won't happen,” she said in a trembling voice.- I promise.
Mike sniffed. She held out her hand to him, but he jumped away from the car and ran across the field.
Aria decided to leave him alone and drove slowly down the winding wet road. She loved rain. He reminded her of the happy, rainy days of distant childhood. As a nine-year-old girl, she stealthily made her way onto a neighboring sailboat moored, climbed under the tarp and, sheltering in the corner of the deck, listened to the sounds of the rain and wrote down her thoughts in her diary.
She thought best of all in the rain, and now there was definitely something to think about.She would have dealt with E's threat to tell Ella about Meredith if it had all been in the past. Parents could agree on everything themselves, Byron would have sworn that this would not happen again - and so on. But now that Meredith is back in his life, everything has changed. Yesterday my father never came home for supper - hmm, he checked the tests - and Aria and her mother sat on the couch with bowls of soup on their knees and stupidly watched the game show “Take a Risk!” . Both were silent. Worst of all, Aria herself did not know what she would do if her parents divorced.
Climbing a steep hill, she gave in to the gas - on the climbs the Subaru always needed an extra push. But, instead of rushing forward, the car blinked lights on the dashboard and slowly rolled down.
"Damn," Aria whispered, hitting the emergency brake. She tried to start the engine again, but the car stalled.
The girl looked around the deserted two-lane country road. Thunder was already rumbled in the sky, the rain noticeably intensified. Aria reached into her bag for her phone, realizing that she needed to call a tow truck or her parents, but after rummaging through all the pockets, she realized that she had left her cell phone at home.The windows in the car were fogged up, you couldn't see a single zig.
"Oh my god," Aria muttered, feeling a fit of claustrophobia approaching. Dark spots appeared before my eyes.
Aria knew this unsettling sensation, a harbinger of panic. This has happened before, and more than once. After Jenna's disaster, then after Eli disappeared and one day when she was walking down Logavegur Street in downtown Reykjavik, she saw a portrait of a girl on a billboard, a copy of Meredith.
Calm down, she said to herself."It's just rain." She took a couple of deep, cleansing breaths, covered her ears, and began humming "Brother Jacques" in French - for some reason this children's French song was a relief. After three verses, it cleared up before my eyes. The hurricane wind died down, but it rained like a bucket. Aria understood that she needed to return to the farm left behind and ask permission to call. She opened the car door, pulled her uniform blazer over her head, and ran. A gust of wind lifted her miniskirt, her feet sinking into deep muddy puddles.The straps of the sandals proved to be useless protection.
"Damn it," she swore.
The farm was only a hundred paces away when a dark blue Audi drove past. The car poured mud on Aria and stopped at the stalled Subaru, then slowly backed up until it caught up with Aria. The driver's glass crawled down.
- Are you okay?
Aria narrowed her eyes. Raindrops dripped from the tip of her nose. Her classmate Sean Eckard was looking out of the window. Exemplary Rosewood guy: fresh polo shirt, clear skin, American smile, expensive car.Only he played football, not lacrosse. In short, not at all the type who could help her now.
- I'm fine! She shouted.
- You're soaked through and through. Give me a ride?
Aria is really wet to the skin, and her face is probably already wrinkled from the water. Sean's car looked dry and comfortable. She slid into the passenger seat and slammed the door.
Sean suggested that she throw her wet blazer back, then reached out and turned on the stove.
- Where to take?
Aria brushed her bangs off her forehead.
- If you will, I'll just call from your phone, and you can go about your business.
- Okay. - Sean rummaged in his backpack in search of a cell phone.
Aria leaned back in her seat and looked around. Sean didn’t put rock band stickers on his car, as many guys did, and the cabin didn’t smell like masculine sweat. Instead, it smelled like bread and a freshly washed dog. In the pocket of the passenger door were two books: Zen and the Art of Caring for a Motorcycle  and The Tao of Winnie the Pooh .
- Are you interested in philosophy? - Aria moved over so as not to wet the books.
Sean lowered his head.
“Well, yes,” he said, embarrassed.
“I've read them too,” Aria said. - And this summer, while I was in Iceland, I was imbued with French philosophy. She paused. Perhaps for the first time she had a heart-to-heart talk with Sean. Before leaving for Iceland, the Rosewood boys had instilled fear in her, which was partly why she hated them. - I lived in Iceland for a while. Dad was taking a sabbatical.
"I know," Sean chuckled.
Aria stares at her hands.
- Oh! There was an awkward silence. The rain could be heard drumming and the windshield wipers rhythmically rubbing against the windshield.
- So you read Camus and all that? Sean asked. When Aria nodded, he grinned. “I read The Outsider in the summer.
- Seriously? Aria threw her chin forward, confident that he still didn't understand. Is deep philosophy in the teeth of a Rosewood boy? If at the final exam they were asked to give examples of paradoxes, one could write: "Rosewood guy - reads French philosophers" and "American tourists in Iceland - eat anywhere but at McDonald's."This was simply impossible by definition.
Sean didn't answer and she dialed her home number on his cell phone. The phone kept ringing and ringing without switching to voicemail - they hadn't installed an answering machine yet. Aria called her father in college - it was about five o'clock, and as far as she remembered, at home on the refrigerator her father posted his schedule: "In the office: 3.30-5.30." But no one picked up the phone there either.
Spots again blurred before her eyes, as soon as she thought about where he could have disappeared or with whom.She leaned forward, buried in her bare knees, trying to breathe deeply and silently humming "Brother Jacques."
- Hey! - Sean's voice sounded far away.
- I'm fine. Aria heard her muffled scream. “I just need to…
Sean fumbled around. The next moment, he shoved her a Burger King paper bag.
- Breathe into it. Looks like there were fries in there. Sorry.
Aria pressed the paper bag to her face and breathed slowly, puffing and deflating. She felt Sean's warm hand on her back.The dizziness gradually receded. She looked up to see Sean looking at her with concern.
- Panic attacks? - he asked. - My stepmother happens. A paper bag always helps.
Aria crumpled the bag in her lap.
- Thank you.
- Is something bothering you?
Aria shook her head quickly.
- No, it's okay.
“Come on,” Sean said. “I don’t know why there are panic attacks?”
Aria purses her lips.
“It's hard to explain.- Besides, since when are the Rosewood boys interested in girly weirdness?
- You were friends with Alison DiLaurentis, weren't you?
- Strange story, isn't it?
- Yes. She cleared her throat. “Although… um… not so strange when you think about it. That is, is strange, of course, but not in that sense.
- Which one?
Aria fidgets in her seat; my body itched from wet underwear. Today at school it seemed to her that everyone was talking to her in half a whisper.Did you really think that from a loud voice, Aria would get hysterical?
“I just want to be left alone,” she babbled. - Like last week.
Sean turned on the air freshener suspended from the rearview mirror, and it swirled, spraying the pine scent.
- I understand what you mean. When my mother died, everyone thought that if I stayed alone for even a moment, I would definitely lose it.
Aria straightened up:
- Is your mother dead?
Sean looked at her.
- Yes.It was a long time ago. Back in fourth grade.
- O. - Aria tried to remember Sean in fourth grade. Shorter than anyone else, he played on her kickball team , but nothing else remains in memory. She felt ashamed of her forgetfulness. - I'm sorry.
There was a silence. Aria twisted nervously with her bare feet. The cabin smelled of wet wool.
“It was hard,” Sean said. - Father changed girlfriends like gloves. At first, I didn't like my stepmother at all. But then I got used to it.
Aria felt her eyes fill with tears. I didn't want to get used to the changes in my family. She sniffed loudly.
Sean leaned over to her.
- Are you sure you can't talk about this?
Everything must remain a secret.
- Come on like this. Will you tell me your secret, and I'll tell you mine?
"Okay," Aria agreed quickly. In truth, she was bursting with the desire to talk about everything. She would have confessed to her former friends, but they were too strict about their own secrets, and Aria did not want to be a black sheep.“But you have to keep your mouth shut.
And then Aria told Sean about Byron and Ella, about Meredith and what she and Mike saw at the bar yesterday. Words poured out of her.
“I don’t know what to do,” she finished. “But I feel that only I can hold them together.
Sean was silent, and Aria was afraid that he had stopped listening to her. But then he raised his head:
- Your father shouldn't have set you up like that.
- I agree.
Aria glanced at Sean.Aside from the tucked-in shirt and khaki shorts, he was quite attractive. Plump pink lips, long thin fingers. The chest, covered with a polo shirt, betrayed him as a cool football player. Aria suddenly felt uneasy.
“It's easy to talk to you,” she said shyly, her eyes on her bare knees. A few hairs ruined the picture of perfectly smooth skin. It usually didn't matter, but for some reason it seemed important now. “So… thank you.
- Not at all. - When Sean smiled, his eyes drowned in the rays of wrinkles, radiating warmth.
“I never thought I'd spend the day like that,” added Aria. Rain poured down the windshield, but it got quite warm in the car as they talked.
- Me too. Sean looked out the window. The storm seemed to be abating. - But I do not know. Sounds cool, right?
Aria shrugged and suddenly remembered:
- Hey, you promised to tell your secret! It is better that he be more fun than mine.
- Well, I don't know how funny he is . - Sean leaned over to Aria and she moved closer. For some crazy moment, she thought they could kiss.
“So, I'm in the D Club,” Sean whispered. He smelled like mints. - Do you know what it is?
- I think so. Aria tried to hold back a smile. - No sex before marriage, right?
- I guessed it. Sean leaned back in the seat. “So I'm ... a virgin. Only now ... I don't know if I want to stay
La Crosse airport (Municipal) IATA codes: LSE ICAO: KLSE city: La Crosse country: United States (United States)
La Crosse Airport (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE (in the United States)
Located in the United States near La Crosse (Municipal), La Crosse (Municipal) airport IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE serves people in the vicinity and visitors to the state.Here planes of various models land and rise into the sky. Their flights connect different cities and continents. Also in La Crosse air harbor (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE there are rented jets.
Why Choose La Crosse Air Harbor (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE La Crosse (Municipal)
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From La Crosse Airport (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE you can easily get information on civil flights, taxi companies operating in the city, restaurants and hotels nearby. You can see all the information you need about the operating mode of the airfield and the service companies closest to it on special signs. You can also go to the information department of the air harbor.
For maximum convenience in finding the La Crosse air port (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE on the Web or ordering an aircraft through an aerial broker, a unique international IATA code has been developed.From now on, it is enough to have it, without bothering with the accuracy of pronouncing the name of the air port, province and state where it is located.
Foreigners and indigenous people are the main customers of La Crosse (Municipal) terminal IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE. However, often they can choose exclusively flights with transfers, because there are no direct flights from the air harbor to the city or state they need. There is another option – charter aircraft from the intermediary company AVIAV TM, exactly from the La Crosse (Municipal) air harbor IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE.
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It is possible to communicate with the employees of the aviation broker AVIAV TM (Cofrance SARL) in Russian, since it is the main language for most of them. You just need to tell the unique IATA code of the La Crosse airport (Municipal) IATA: LSE ICAO: KLSE (or its name and location) and voice your wishes regarding the leased jet and flight – and the order will be fulfilled.
Long-term partnerships with airlines from the city of La Crosa (Municipal) enable the aviation broker AVIAV TM (Cofrance SARL) to provide an air taxi for a wealthy customer in the shortest possible time.Rarely, this can be unrealistic due to obstacles beyond the control of the broker (insufficiently long runway, very large parameters of a business jet, weather events, etc.). In this case, the VIP passenger will be transported by ground transportation to a suitable airport in the United States, where the charter can take off.