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Mesa Lacrosse is the premier club lacrosse program in the country. It was founded and is run by lacrosse players – Bob Aitken, Travis Loving Mark Petrone, and John Nostrant. Your son or daughter can participate in Mesa Juniors (Pre-K to 2nd grade), play on a Mesa Futures team (3rd to 8th grade), compete on a Mesa High School team (9th to 12th grade), or play for the Mesa Alumni team who goes to Lake Placid and plays in a league each summer. Here is who we are We are a skills and development club and our emphasis will be focused here. We are a competitive travel club team that keeps smaller rosters. We will provide a program that fits the overall ability of the team. We will enter tournaments that are appropriate for the skill level and mission of each team. We are not an events centered club. We are coaches and mentors. We develop our curriculum with the goal of improving the individual player, not to win tournaments. We will provide a top notch staff of coaches who will transfer our philosophy to the field. Our practices are up tempo with very little standing around and is all about reps and touches. We will play everyone equally, if they demonstrate that they work equally as hard. We will ask players to play different positions on the younger teams.
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|Dylan Batche||Pottsgrove Senior High School||Pottstown, PA||Att, Mid|
|Patrick Gillin||The Haverford School||wayne, PA||Def, LSM|
|Damien Ramondo||Bryn Mawr, PA||Att, Mid|
|Matthew Riley||Salesianum School||West Chester, PA||Faceoff, Mid|
|Dominic Rottura||Salesianum School||Wilmington, DE||LSM, Def|
|Matthew Caccese||Malvern Preparatory School||West Chester, PA||Def|
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Men’s Lacrosse Introduces Class of 2024
Story LinksCAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Gerry Byrne, The Frisbie Family Head Coach For Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, announced the addition of the Class of 2024 to the program today. The men’s lacrosse program officially welcomes nine first-years to the Crimson roster, including George Alvarez, Collin Bergstrom, Logan Darrin, Andrew DeGennaro, Jaden Jernigan, Sam King, Thomas Martinson, Brennan McBride and Andrew O’Berry.
“We are excited about the depth of skill, athleticism and IQ that this group will be bringing to campus,” stated Byrne. “Hailing from some of the most prestigious secondary school academic institutions, as well as top lacrosse programs in the nation, we foresee this group as laying the foundation for the transformation of Harvard Lacrosse.”
Hailing from many of the top high school programs in the country, the Class of 2024 comes to Cambridge from Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Adding a strong group of first-years to the roster, George Alvarez and Sam King were both named to the 2020 Under Armour All-America Senior Lacrosse Game earlier this year.
Read below to learn more about the Class of 2024:
George Alvarez | Goalie | Bel Air, Md. | St. John’s College HS
Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at St. John’s … Captain senior year … 2020 Under Armour All-American … 2019 All-WCAC Second Team selection … Named a 2019 and 2018 Under Armour Underclass All-American … No. 2 ranked goalie recruit by Inside Lacrosse in the Class of 2020 … No. 37 ranked recruit by Inside Lacrosse in the Class of 2020 … Played club lacrosse for the Baltimore Crabs … Also played four years of football at St. John’s … 2019 All-WCAC First Team selection … Received Scholastic Achievement with Distinction in from 2018-2020 … Completed 90 hours of community service.
Collin Bergstrom | Defense | Winchester, Mass. | Roxbury Latin School
Four-year letterwinner and starter at Roxbury Latin … Captain senior year … No. 63 ranked recruit by Inside Lacrosse in Class of 2020 … 2020 U.S. Lacrosse Bob Scott Award recipient … 2019 Boston Lax Net All-American … Named to the All-League Second Team in 2019 … Named to the All-League Team in 2018 … Played club lacrosse for Boston Laxachusetts … Also played four years of football at Roxbury Latin … Captain of football team senior year … 2018 Boston Herald All-Star … Named to the All-League Team in 2019 … Three-time Class President … Received the 2020 Scholar Athlete Award.
Logan Darrin | Long Stick Mid/Defense | Greenwich, Conn. | Brunswick School
Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Brunswick … Captain senior year … Received the 2020 Durkin Award … Played club lacrosse for PrimeTime Lacrosse … Captain of JV ice hockey team in 2020 … Head of Fairfield, Conn. chapter for the Alzheimer’s Youth Alliance … Received second place Senior High Team Jackson Laboratory Life Sciences Award and Branning Family Life Sciences Award in 2019.
Andrew DeGennaro | Midfield/Face-Off | Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. | Cold Spring Harbor HS
Three-year letterwinner at Cold Spring Harbor … 2019 Nassau All-County selection … 2019 Academic All-County honoree … 2019 Nassau Country Face-Off Specialist of the Year … Named a 2020 Newsday’s Top 100 Long Island Boys Lacrosse Player … Two-time County champion … Played for the Igloo Lacrosse Club … Also played football and ran track at Cold Spring Harbor … Four-time Class Vice President.
Jaden Jernigan | Defense | Elmont, N.Y. | St. Anthony’s HS
Two-year letterwinner and starter at St. Anthony’s … Captain senior year … 2018 CHSAA champion … Played club lacrosse for Long Island Express … Also played football at St. Anthony’s … Captain and All-League selection senior year.
Sam King | Attack | Baltimore, Md. | Gilman School
Three-year letterwinner at Gilman … Caption senior year … Under Armour All-American … All-MIAA selection in 2019 … Named 2019 team most valuable player … Played for Looney’s Lacrosse Club … Also played four years of ice hockey at Gilman … Captain of ice hockey team senior year … MIAA ice hockey champion junior and senior year … All-MIAA selection junior and season year in ice hockey … Completed community service at Paul’s Place … Consultant at the writing center.
Thomas Martinson | Defense/Long Stick Mid | Towson, Md. | Gilman School
Two-year letterwinner at Gilman … Received the Smith Award and Tyler Campbell Lacrosse Cup at Gilman … Played club lacrosse for Team 91 MD … Also played soccer and football at Gilman … Three-year student leader with Gilman Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools Bible Study … Volunteered with Charm City Lacrosse … Completed 50 hours of community service.
Brennan McBride | Attack | Bryn Mawr, Pa. | Haverford School
Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at the Haverford School … Captain senior year … Played in the Under Armour Under Classmen Games in 2019 … 2017 Inter-Ac lacrosse champion … Played club lacrosse for Mesa Fresh … Also played three years of soccer at Haverford … 2018 Inter-Ac soccer champion … Four-year member of the Eldernet program … Member of the Speak Up organization for mental health.
Andrew O’Berry | Midfield/Face-Off | McLean, Va. | Gonzaga College HS
Three-year letterwinner and starter at Gonzaga … Captain senior year … 2019 All-Met Honorable Mention … Named to the 2019 WCAC All-Conference First Team … 2018 WCAC All-Conference Honorable Mention … Played for the Next Level Lacrosse Club … Three-year member and Vice President of National Honor Society senior year … Eight-time First Honors recipient … Clinic counselor with Prince George Pride Lacrosse … Volunteer and mentor at the Washington Jesuit Academy … Member of Best Buddies International.
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The Denver Elite had a unique opportunity in the summer of 2014 to not only face off against regional and national talent, but some teams even got to try their hand against international teams as well. Players and teams alike impressed the Denver Elite coaching staff with their hard work and dedication throughout the hot summer months. A total of seven different Denver Elite teams took the field and every one of them saw marked improvement as the weeks wore on.
The U11, U12, U13, and U15 teams all participated in the same four tournaments this summer. First up was the NSCLA tournament in Richmond, VA, followed by the Vail Shootout, the FIL World Championships, and finally the Adrenaline Middle School and Youth Shootout in Colorado Springs. In addition to these tournaments the U15 team traveled to Baltimore over the Fourth of July weekend to take part in the YounGunz tournament, one of the most competitive events in the nation for that age group. Meanwhile, the high school teams partook of a slightly different schedule. All three teams competed at the NSCLA tournament and the DU Team Camp. The 2015 and 2017 squads played in the Adrenaline Elite and High School Shootout, while the 2016 team traveled to Baltimore for the Under Armour Shootout.
When the dust settled the Denver Elite field teams a whole put together an impressive summer campaign. Both the U11 and U12 teams claimed championships in their age groups at the Adrenaline Shootout. The U13 team earned semi-final berths at Vail, the FIL tournament, and the Adrenaline Shootout, while the U15 team picked up a third place finish in Vail and a semi-final berth at the FIL World Championships. Denver Elite’s high school teams combined for four tournament championships throughout the summer, including two at the DU Team Camp where both 2016 and 2017 squads went undefeated; the 2015 team earned a semi-final berth at this tournament. The Adrenaline Shootout provided two more undefeated records en route to championship titles for the 2015s and 2017s. The 2017 team also earned a place in the semi-finals at the uber-competitive NSCLA tournament. Clearly it was a summer of highlights as every team finished at least one tournament with semi-final berth or better.
Jamie Shewchuk and Brian Wegner manned the benches for the U11 team. The NSCLA tournament provided a solid jumping off point for the team with game opening wins of 13-0 and 13-7, which went 3-3 over the course of the weekend. The travel allowed the team to cohere and grow closer. Back out West the team finished 4-4 at the Vail Shootout. Coaches and player alike gave it their all to achieve the best results and everyone had a great time at the picturesque mountain venue. A model of consistency back on the Front Range, the team once again finished with a 3-3 mark against some of the best U11 competition in the country at the World Championships. The U11s finally broke through the .500 barrier and put together a solid 7-0 campaign at the Adrenaline Shootout, capturing their first championship of the season. The team’s perseverance and hard work paid off in the championship final. They battled back from a 6-2 deficit to clinch the victory in an overtime thriller.
Denver Elite’s U12 team was guided by Denver Pioneers Mike Riis and Ryan LaPlante. According to the coaches, the summer’s events enabled the U12 team to mature as individual lacrosse players and as teammates. At the NSCLA tournament the U12’s finished with a 2-2 record. Fresh off of their east coast jaunt the team made the trip to Vail where they faced a new brand of competition playing up a division. Coaches Riis and LaPlante felt this was an excellent learning experience for the team because it forced them to play at a higher level. At the FIL World Championships this level of play continued and the coaches noted that the U12s on-field effort continued to display an increasing understanding of the Denver Elite system, demonstrated through solid team play. The team finished 2-2-1 at the tournament and they enjoyed their own overtime thriller coming out on top in their final game. Facing such stiff competition throughout the summer paid dividends for the U12s, too, because they won the championship in their age group at the Adrenaline Shootout, ending the season with a major highlight and reinforcing in each player that hard work and trusting their coaches pays dividends.
The NSCLA tournament provided a wake-up call for the U13 team. Current Denver Pioneers Christian Thomas and Colin Woolford reported that their team came out with a slow start at the tournament, dropping all three games on the first day. Despite these setbacks the team managed to bounce back and salvaged a disappointing start with a few wins by the end of the event. Although NSCLA didn’t go as well as anticipated, it allowed the team to develop some chemistry and to focus on how the Denver Elite offensive and defensive schemes work. In Vail the U13s began to click. Not only did individual players become comfortable in their roles on the team, the offensive and defensive units supported each other very well. A number of close games against stiff competition helped the team develop tenacity. Unfortunately, the team was derailed in the semi-finals by a team that built a lead too steep for the team to overcome and ultimately lost by two goals. Some of the U13’s best lacrosse of the summer was played at the World Championships. The contrast between the NSCLA team and the FIL team was stark as they evolved from a team that struggled to one that was dominant. The U13s won their first round playoff game over the number 1 seed before falling to the eventual champions in overtime in the semi-finals. Chemistry and resolve appeared once again for the U13s at the Adrenaline Shootout. Missing several key players, the team stumbled a bit initially, but managed to click and secured the third seed heading into the knockout round where they faced the number one seed. This semi-final match-up proved to be a competitive affair and ended regulation with the score tied. The U13s fell short in the extra stanza, and ended the tournament at 4th place overall.
Denver Elite’s U15 team was lead by coaches Kenny Crowley and Denver Pioneer Eric Adamson. The coaches had the fortunate opportunity to coach an extremely talented group of young men that left an impression at every tournament they competed in this summer. The NSCLA tournament imparted a number of lessons on the team. Looking fresh in the first game of the tourney, the team came alive in the second half, outscoring their opponent, before falling short in the end. Undeterred by the loss, the team refocused and finished the day with a convincing 14-6 victory. Day two at the NSCLA featured a raging contest between the U15s and a team from New Jersey. In a close and physical game, the U15s ultimately dropped the contest, but strong play up and down the roster provided a confidence boost as the team headed to Vail the following day. There was no rest for the weary, and on the opening day of Vail the U15 team struggled, losing the first game, but quickly returned to form, making a run on the remaining teams in the field to earn a spot in the semi-finals. Fatigued by a week of non-stop tournament play, the U15s dropped their semi-final match up. Nevertheless, the team exited Vail on a high note. Spurred by an 8-0 second half run in the consolation game, the U15s scooped up third place and proved to themselves that when firing on all cylinders, they can play with the best in the country. That confidence accompanied the team to Baltimore for the YoungGunz tournament, where the best teams across the country assembled to compete. Although the team went 0-5 at the tournament, their record does not tell the whole story. The team lost three of their games by one goal, and registered the lowest point differential of the tournament against eventual champions, the Baltimore Crabs. Notably in the first half, the U15s kept pace with the Crabs in a dogfight that put the team from Maryland up by a score of 4-3 at the midway point. In the second half, the Crabs managed to pull away to secure the win. Despite what the team’s record said, the effort put forth by the players demonstrated that they were capable of winning every game they played. Proof of this came quickly, and the U15s took the field at the FIL World Championships. When the team committed to their teammates and the Denver Elite system it proved to be a veritable force. As evidence, the team ran the table in pool play, boasting a +10 goal differential heading into the semi-finals. Similar to the U12 team, the U15s drew an opponent older by a year. Despite losing to their high school aged opponent, the coaches observed a U15 team that began to exhibit its true potential by playing as a fearless, focused, resilient, and graceful team up-and-down the roster and throughout the game. A different U15 team took the field at the Adrenaline Shootout, as several players from earlier tournaments were absent, and their spots filled by a new group of young men from California, USBOXLA players, and others. With so many fresh faces the U15s struggled to find synchronicity on the field but remained competitive throughout the tournament. The U15s registered a 5th place finish in the tournament, and coaches once again caught glimpses of graceful play and physical toughness from many players on the team. The team’s maturation over the summer left the coaches excited for the future as the team plans to re-assemble for the fall season.
Denver Elite’s high school teams engaged in a few different events from their younger counterparts. The 2017 team, coached by Walter Rooney and Mike Babb, opened their summer with a loss to the Baltimore Crabs at the NSCLA. However, the team rebounded to finish the tournament with a 4-2 record. Hampered by the absence of several players in the semifinals the team fell by a single goal. Back on home turf at the DU Team Camp, the 2017s ran the table with a 6-0 record and a championship. According to the coaches the team was clicking on all cylinders at the DU Team Camp. Yet, the tournament that impressed the coaches the most was the Adrenaline Shootout in Colorado Springs. Once again the 2017s went undefeated with another pristine 6-0 record, and even defeated a very solid group of 2015s to take the gold for the tournament. Coach Rooney saw significant improvements up and down the roster throughout the summer not only as individuals, but also as a team and in their ability to make adjustments in-game. Featuring a perfect balance of standout and role players alike, Coach Rooney claimed the sky was the limit for this team.
For the 2016 team, the NSCLA tournament stood as a metaphor for the entire summer. Under the tutelage of Chace Calkin and Bryce Parietti, the team started out a bit slow, and despite having a game or two cut short because of flights, they managed to play right around .500 ball in Richmond. Much like the 2017s, when the 2016 squad got back to the Front Range they dominated at the DU Team Camp in their age bracket, going undefeated and claiming a championship of their own. The final showcase of the summer was the Under Armour Shootout in Baltimore, MD. Facing high school powerhouses like Gonzaga and Loyola-Blakefield, the 2016s played hard but fell short against such stiff competition. Although the team finished the tournament with a 2-4 record, the coaches noted that athletically the 2016s were more than capable of keeping up with other teams. The 2016 team proved to be workman-like in that they scrapped for every win, earning victories the hard way.
High school seniors in the upcoming school year occupied the roster of Denver Elite’s 2015 team, which was mentored by current Denver Pioneers Sean Cannizzaro and Garret Holst. According to the coaches, one of the team’s most impressive performances came at the beginning of the summer at the NSCLA tournament. Undoubtedly, the best game of the tournament pitted Denver Elite against one of the top club teams in the country: the Baltimore Crabs. An intense contest with several lead changes throughout, the 2015s kept it close until the Crabs pulled ahead in the waning minutes of the game to secure the win. Despite the loss, the 2015s quickly learned that they were on a par with the best teams in the country. At the DU Team Camp the team battled to a 2-3 record, falling to the Seattle Starz in the semi-finals. The 2015s made their final appearance this summer at the Adrenaline Shootout. Here the team swept through the competition en route to an undefeated record and a tournament championship, an impressive feat for any summer tournament! Over the course of the summer the team greatly improved in some of the advanced schematic aspects of the game. On defense, the team developed better off-ball team defense, executing proper slides and recoveries. On the other side of the field, the offense progressed in their ability to anticipate the play and with off-ball positioning. Players and coaches alike recognized how far the team progressed in playing together as a cohesive unit. Many of the 2015s had played together on Denver Elite teams in the past, so their ability to seamlessly work new players into the fold reinforced their commitment to the team. More than anything else, the coaches noted that the team consistently played hard. Capping the summer with a tournament championship demonstrated what a team can do when they have chemistry, execute a game plan, and play as a team.
Men’s Lacrosse Announces Class of 2025
ITHACA, N.Y. – Connor Buczek ’15, The Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse, has announced the addition of eight student-athletes to the Cornell men’s lacrosse program for the 2022 season. The talented group of newcomers includes US Lacrosse High School All-Americans, High School National Champions, and all-state performers, among many other accolades that the class brings with them to East Hill.
“We are excited about the eight newcomers coming to campus this fall,” said Buczek. “They are a geographically diverse group that brings an impressive skill set and a strong desire to be great to our program. They will fit well in the Cornell Lacrosse culture as we build towards a return to the field this spring.”
Four of the eight newcomers will join the Big Red’s core of midfielders, adding great depth to the position. The remainder of the class features valuable additions at multiple positions, including one attackman, one long stick midfielder, one defenseman, and one goalie. The incoming class hails from six different states, including a pair of student-athletes from New York and Vermont and one from Florida, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Virginia.
When combined with the 12 additions that were due to make their collegiate debuts in 2021, the Big Red will have 20 new faces to watch this season. Cornell is anxiously awaiting its return to play for the first time since 2020 when the pandemic struck, stopping the season dead in its tracks. The Big Red was off to a 5-0 start and a No. 2 ranking in both the Inside Lacrosse/Maverik Media Poll and the USILA Coaches’ Poll that season before COVID-19 hit.Meet the Class of 2025
Michael Bozzi – Midfield – 5-11 – 175
Newtown Square, Pa. (The Haverford School)
Prior to Cornell
• Earned USA Lacrosse All-Academic honors in 2021.
• Received All-Inter-Academic Athletic League (Inter-Ac) distinction at The Haverford School.
• Elected captain of his Haverford team during senior campaign.
• Played club lacrosse for Mesa Fresh.
• Also a two-time all-conference golfer at The Haverford School, including First Team All-Inter-AC accolades in 2021.
• Served as team captain of Haverford’s golf team in 2021.
Danny Caddigan – Attack – 5-9 – 170
Smithtown, N.Y. (Smithtown West HS)
Prior to Cornell
• Two-time All-Long Island selection.
• Had a breakout sophomore season at Smithtown West HS, netting 75 goals and adding 12 assists for a total of 87 points.
• His 75 goals led the Smithtown West team.
• Scored eight goals in a win over Commack on April 3, 2019, tying Smithtown West’s school record that was set in 2012.
• Named the Warrior Lacrosse/US Lacrosse Magazine Northeast Player of the Month for April 2019.
• Four-year letterman on Smithtown West’s lacrosse and football teams, being elected team captain of both squads in his senior year.
• Competed on the club circuit for Team 91 Long Island.
Christopher Davis – Midfield – 6-3 – 210
Essex Junction, Vt. (Essex HS)
Prior to Cornell
• Named a 2021 US Lacrosse High School All-American.
• Two-time first team all-state selection at Essex HS (2019, 2021).
• Finished his high school career with over 150 career points in just three seasons of play, scoring over 70 as a senior and 60 as a sophomore.
• Two-time first team All-Metro honoree (2019, 2021).
• Helped guide Essex to three-consecutive Vermont State Semifinal appearances in 2018, 2019, and 2021.
• Played club lacrosse for the 802 Lacrosse Club.
• Earned a spot on the 2020 Under Armour Underclass All-America New England Team.
• Also a standout on the gridiron at Essex, being named MaxPreps’ Top Vermont football player in 2019.
• Two-time first team all-state selection at wide receiver (2018, 2019).
• Twice earned first team all-league honors at wide receiver (2018, 2019).
• Named Essex football’s team offensive MVP in back-to-back years in 2018 and 2019.
Sean Fox – Long Stick Midfielder – 6-0 – 165
Shoreham, Vt. (The Taft School)
Prior to Cornell
• Helped The Taft School to the 2021 Geico Lacrosse National Championship.
• Played his freshman and sophomore seasons (2018, 2019) at Fairfield College Preparatory School before transferring to The Taft School.
• Two-time first team all-conference at Fairfield Prep.
• Guided Fairfield Prep to back-to-back SCC Conference Championships in 2017-18 and 2018-19.
Alex Holmes – Midfield/Attack – 6-3 – 185
McLean, Va. (The Potomac School)
Prior to Cornell
• Led the Potomac School in both goals in assists in three of the four seasons in which he played (2019, 2020, 2021).
• Three-time all-conference honoree as a dual-threat at midfield and attack (2019, 2020, 2021).
• Served as a two-time captain of The Potomac School’s team in 2020 and 2021.
• Competed on the club circuit for Madlax Capital 2021.
• Earned a spot on the 2020 Washington D.C. Under Armour Underclass team.
• Also played four years of basketball and two years of soccer at The Potomac School.
• Three-year letterman on the hardwood, being elected team captain as a senior.
Wyatt Knust – Goalie – 5-10 – 160
Tampa, Fla. (H.B. Plant HS)
Prior to Cornell
• Two-time US Lacrosse High School All-American (2019, 2021).
• Named to the 2021 Florida State Lacrosse Coaches Association All-State team.
• Guided H.B. Plant HS to the 2021 Florida State Semifinals, the team’s farthest run in program history.
• Tabbed the 2021 Hillsborough County Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year.
• Earned spots in the Tampa Lax Report and FSLCA Top 44 Senior All-Star Games in 2021.
• Twice named to the Tampa Lax Report All-Region Team (2019, 2021).
• Two-time First Team All-Western Conference selection (2019, 2021).
• Captained his H.B. Plant team during his junior and senior seasons in 2020 and 2021.
• Competed on the club circuit for Sweetlax Florida.
Jayson Singer – Defense – 6-1 – 215
Syosset, N.Y. (Syosset HS)
Prior to Cornell
• Tabbed a 2021 Newsday First Team All-Long Island selection.
• Earned a spot on Newsday’s Top 100 Boys Lacrosse list for 2021.
• Guided Syosset HS to the 2021 Nassau County Championship.
• Received Nassau County All-County honors in 2021.
• Named Nassau County All-Conference in 2019.
• Elected two-time captain of his Syosset team in 2020 and 2021.
• Played club lacrosse for Igloo Lacrosse.
• Also excelled on the football field at linebacker and running back at Syosset, earning First Team All-Long Island and Nassau County All-County honors in 2021.
• Named to the National Football Foundation’s “Golden 11” team for Nassau County, comprised of football’s best 11 student-athletes in Nassau County.
• Earned Syosset’s 2020-21 Football Scholar-Athlete Award, in addition to Academic All-Conference honors.
• Served as a two-time captain of Syosset’s football team as well (2019, 2020).
Antonio Topouzis – Midfield – 6-0 – 180
Warwick, R.I. (Deerfield Academy)
Prior to Cornell
• Helped Deerfield Academy secure Inside Lacrosse’s pick as the 2021 National Champions after posting a perfect 12-0 season.
• Previously attended La Salle Academy, helping the Rams to state titles in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
• Competed on the club circuit for Laxachusetts.
• Ranked 33rd individually in the 2019 National Lacrosse Federation (NLF) Rankings.
• Guided Laxachusetts Black to the 2019 NLF Championship semifinal.
Boys lacrosse: Spring-Ford junior defenseman Liam Hare commits to Jacksonville
By Chris Goldberg
Spring-Ford High School (PA) 2016 defenseman Liam Hare has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Jacksonville University.
Liam Hare ledger:
Liam Hare (right)
High School: Spring-Ford High School, PA
Graduation Year: 2016
College Choice: Jacksonville University (ConnectLAX college profile)
Club Affiliation: Mesa Fresh
Lacrosse Honors: Dicks TOC Champ, Tri-State National Lacrosse Tournament Champ, Adrenaline Black Card Showcase, MVP at UDel Champ, 1st Team All PAC-10, 1st Team All-Area
What will you major in/study? Biology
Why did you choose Jacksonville? “After visiting Jacksonville I knew it was a perfect fit for me. I loved the campus and being 10 minutes from the beach is a definite positive. Also, after meeting Coaches (Guy) Van Arsdale, (Alex) Lopes, and (Jacob) Baxter, I knew I wanted to be a part of the lacrosse program and big things to come in the schools future. The lacrosse program and university are making leaps and bounds towards becoming a top school and lacrosse program and I’m excited to join in on that.”
Outlook for 2015 HS season? “After winning our fourth straight PAC-10 title last year, we are looking to win another conference title and advance farther into districts. We are a young but very talented team that graduated a few key roles, which we hope will be filled by some younger guys. This year we really want to dominate our conference and make a run deep into state playoffs.”
Thank You: “I would like to first thank my Mesa Fresh coaches, Dave Sowers, Brian Wall, Dave Brumbaugh, and Adam Mueller in particular for helping me throughout the recruiting process and also helping to develop my game which is allowing me the opportunity to play in college.
“Next I’d like to thank my high school coaches Kevin Donnelly, Kevin Czapor, Dan Monzo, and Bryan Capone for helping me grow as a player so I may play at the next level.
“I’d also like to thank all of the people involved with the Collegeville Cougars youth program for growing my love of the game.
“Lastly I’d like to thank my family and friends, my parents especially, for guiding me through the process and taking the time out of there day to get me to each practice and game, and for always supporting me.”
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In July 2009, General Motors introduced a completely new type of Buick. The second generation LaCrosse is built on the mid-size Epsiolon II platform, which the car shares with its European cousins such as the Opel Insignia and Saab 9-5.Unlike the old model, the updated LaCrosse is equipped with a smaller 2.4-liter Ecotec, and the engine range will never feature the monsters of the V8, making the model quite fuel efficient.
For the 2012 model year, with the introduction of the so-called “mild hybrid” version, called eAssist, the LaCrosse is even more fuel efficient, with class-leading fuel consumption of 9.4 liters per 100 km in the city and 6.5 on the highway. Despite the good performance, something got in the way of this car.It was too simple, down to primitive design, giving the car the look of a livery sedan.
Buick corrected the bugs and enriched the design with a fair amount of LED lights and visual elements and lines. Buick LaCrosse 2014 is presented literally on the eve of the debut scheduled for the New York Auto Show. The car now looks much better, although it remains a very serious midsize sedan. The LaCrosse features a larger and sharper grille that merges with the bonnet line and a beautiful new curve that emphasizes the car’s midline.
Inside the LaCrosse 2014, a redesigned instrument panel, new seats and an elegant center console with simplified buttons.
Thanks to the widespread introduction of technical functions, the car is now much safer. The vehicle is now equipped with a range of video and radar sensors that enable safety systems such as side blind spot alerts, lane change alerts, lane crossing alerts, front collision alerts, rear cross traffic alerts, and automatic collision alert …
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Front Collision Warning System.
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La Crosse La Crosse Center hotels booking from RUR 7784 RUR
Which hotels are recommended near La Crosse Center?
If you cannot decide on the choice of a hotel, you might like Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront, The Charmant Hotel or Home2 Suites By Hilton La Crosse … These hotels have great reviews.Don’t forget to order in advance!
Which popular hotels near La Crosse Center have parking?
If you are planning to drive to La Crosse Center in La Crosse, why not stop at Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI or Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront ? All these hotels are equipped with parking facilities.
Which hotels near La Crosse Center are popular?
Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront Are some of the most popular hotels.
What are the best hotels for couples near La Crosse Center?
Holiday Inn & Suites Downtown La Crosse, an IHG Hotel popular with couples.
Which hotels near La Crosse Center have non-smoking rooms?
For many guests, one of the important indicators of the quality of rooms is clean and fresh air. Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront – popular hotels with non-smoking rooms.
What popular hotels near La Crosse Center have restaurants?
If you enjoy trying local cuisine while traveling, then this may be the right one for you. Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront … There are many restaurants near these hotels serving local cuisine.
Which cheap hotels near La Crosse Center are popular?
Whether you are traveling on business or on a long-awaited vacation, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI, Quality Inn La Crosse and Candlewood Suites La Crosse N, an IHG Hotel Is a popular choice at a great price.
What popular hotels near La Crosse Center have pools?
Summer is a great time to go on a family trip or a trip with children to La Crosse near La Crosse Center. Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront equipped with swimming pools and are popular with travelers.
Which hotels for disabled guests are located near La Crosse Center?
Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront popular with disabled guests.
How much does it cost to stay at hotels near La Crosse Center this weekend?
According to Trip.com, the average cost of accommodation in La Crosse hotels near La Crosse Center on weekdays is RUB 15,056. The information is given for reference only, as room rates are constantly changing.
Which hotels near La Crosse Center have a gym?
Many travelers prefer to keep fit, so it’s no surprise that many hotels are equipped with gyms.Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront – here are some popular hotels with a gym.
How much does it cost to stay per night in hotels near La Crosse Center?
According to Trip.com, the average cost of accommodation in hotels in La Crosse near La Crosse Center is RUB 15,674. The information is given for reference only, as room rates are constantly changing.
Which hotels near La Crosse Center have free Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi is essential whether you are staying at a hotel for work or leisure. Radisson Hotel La Crosse, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, La Crosse, WI and Courtyard La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront – popular hotels with free Wi-Fi.
Which hotels near La Crosse Center offer breakfast?
A delicious breakfast is the perfect start to any day.If you are looking for a hotel with breakfast close to La Crosse Center in La Crosse then Quality Inn La Crosse, Super 8 by Wyndham La Crosse or Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott La Crosse Downtown … These hotels are popular, don’t forget to book in advance!
Wow! The Severstal player threw in a luxurious lacrosse goal for Spartak
The Severstal player threw in a luxurious lacrosse goal for Spartak The winning puck we deserve
The winning puck we deserve.
Right now Severstal is the sixth team in the West with three wins in a row. And one of these victories is over Avangard. Razin naturally works wonders with a small budget and a modest line-up. The team’s top scorer is Alexander Petunin, who was a grayish role-player in Dynamo Moscow. At the gate – not less than the average Podyapolsky, and the names of the legionnaires an ordinary fan will have to google.Lukashenko named the condition under which he will become the eternal president Georgian Ombudsman Lomjaria reported that Saakashvili went on a hunger strike for Lukashenko: in case of aggression, Belarus will become a single military base with Russia
At the same time, Razin’s team is systemic and very fast.This allows Severstal to regularly bite the tops – at the start of the regular season, Ak Bars suffered, and yet Magnitka, Jokerit and Dynamo Moscow suffered.
And today Razin removed Oleg Znark’s Spartak in a thrilling shootout – 4: 3, but here the winning goal of Cherepovets is more important. Madness, fantastic, call it what you want – Daniil Vovchenko scores a lacrosse goal! pic.twitter.com/LrxrWo7Av5— KHL (@khl) December 11, 2020 Powerful performance in the style of Svechnikov and Shumakov – Daniil Vovchenko definitely earned the title of “master” for this episode.Well, special attention is paid to the reaction of Andrei Razin. headtopics.com
Important context: Vovchenko was born, raised and has been playing in Cherepovets all his life. He made his way to the KHL through the youth teams of Severstal, traveled from his native team to the Glinka Memorial, and now put in a magnificent goal. claims for the playoffs, and Daniil is one of the leaders of the club.
“I never thought of leaving Cherepovets somewhere.I’ve always wanted to play at home. All relatives and friends are here. In the summer there were conversations – to leave or stay. The coaches summoned them and presented arguments. They discussed my role, playing time, partners. As a result, we agreed on a new contract. In principle, the team and my troika are doing well. To gain more points. Sometimes there are problems with the implementation of chances, ”Vovchenko said in an interview.
As you can see from the match against Spartak, the realization came very on time and gave one of the best goals of the season.Read more: Sports.ru “
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This summary shows the previous weather for North La Crosse, including the weather history for March 1979. It presents all the available series of historical weather data, including the North La Crosse temperature data for March 1979. You can navigate from year to month and even to the day level by clicking on the charts.
Temperature history in North La Crosse in March 1979
Daily range of reported temperatures (gray bars) and 24-hour highs (red bars) and lows (blue bars), placed above daily average temperature highs (light red line) and lows (light blue line), ranging from the 25th 75th and 10th to 90th percentile.
Hourly temperature in March 1979 in North La Crosse
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Hourly reported temperature with color-coded ranges.Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.
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Cloudy in March 1979 at North La Crosse
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Snow depth in March 1979 at North La Crosse
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Observed weather in March 1979 in North La Crosse
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Hourly observed weather, color coded by category (in order of severity).If there are multiple reports, the code for the most severe weather is displayed.
Daylight and dusk hours in March 1979 at North La Crosse
The number of hours the sun is visible (black line). Bottom (most yellow) up (grayest) color bars represent full daylight, twilight (civil, maritime, and astronomical), and full night.
Sunrise and sunset with dusk in March 1979 at North La Crosse
A sunny day throughout March 1979. From bottom to top, black lines represent the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset and next solar midnight. Day, twilight (civil, nautical and astronomical) and night are indicated by colored bands ranging from yellow to gray.
Moonrise, sunset and moon phases in March 1979 at North La Crosse
The time the Moon is above the horizon (blue area), indicating the new moon (dark gray lines) and full moon (blue lines).Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.
Humidity Comfort Levels March 1979 at North La Crosse
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Hourly reported humidity comfort level, classified by dew point.Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.
Wind speed in March 1979 at North La Crosse
Daily range of reported wind speeds (gray bars) with maximum gust speeds (red bars).
Hourly wind speed in March 1979 at North La Crosse
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Hourly reported wind speed with color-coded Beaufort ranges.Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.
Hourly wind direction in 1979 at North La Crosse
calm north east south west
Hourly reported wind direction, color coded to cardinal points. Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.
Atmospheric pressure in March 1979 at North La Crosse
The daily range of atmospheric pressure (gray bars), measured at the altimeter setting specified, for example, in the METAR.
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Evgeny Kuznetsov told how he will help Ovechkin break Gretzky’s record – October 1, 2021
Washington Center Forward Evgeny Kuznetsov not in vain sees this season as an opportunity to make a fresh start in his career and leave behind all the failures of the past.Good conversation with the head coach of the team Peter Laviolette and good communication with journalists lifted the Chelyabinsk citizen’s spirits, and, by his own admission, one of the main tasks for the upcoming championship is to return a smile to his face.
A minority player?
As for the relationship with Laviolette, everything seems to be working out here. Dissatisfaction with Kuznetsov, who provoked a lot of rumors about a possible exchange, gradually disappeared.And the exchange of a hockey player, who receives almost $ 8 million a year, turned out to be impossible, and there was no desire to part with the Russian at any cost either. In addition, Nicklas Backstrom’s injury pushed Evgeny’s stock to a high level – in a recent test match against New Jersey, he even got short-handed playing time, which was not the case before.
“Creative guys can read the moment in the minority, so we are considering this option as well. The roster may vary throughout the season, so we’re just looking at the options.Of course, we are sure that Kuzi can “kill” the minority ”, – said Laviolett, giving the Chelyabinsk player 2 minutes and 36 seconds of a four-player game against five. This was the second best in the team among the attackers.
However, before the 2018/2019 season, Capitals General Manager Brian McLellan had already hinted to the then head coach of Todd Rearden that it would be nice to try Kuznetsov in the minority special brigade. Evgeny himself spoke about this.
“Why do I want to play in the minority? Because I just want to go out on the ice in any situation.Sometimes you sit on the bench for five minutes. And I want to participate ”, – simply said Kuznetsov. But then the experiment quickly ended, and it is possible that the main reason for this was the low efficiency of actions on the face-offs (38.7%).
Since then, Kuznetsov’s play on the “dot” has grown somewhat. In the 2019/2020 season, it was 43.3%, and last year – 41.4%. But still, Evgeny’s main weapon is not destruction, but creation, because at the beginning of the season he will have to “serve” the captain and the best sniper of the team, Alexander Ovechkin, with passes.
“I will remember this sitting in the yard”
Ovechkin and his potential breakthrough to break Wayne Gretzky’s “eternal” sniper record was devoted to a significant part of Kuznetsov’s communication with the press. Why the journalists turned to Yevgeny with this topic is understandable – the dispatcher will determine the effectiveness of Ovi in hitting someone else’s gates.
“How does it feel to be part of this historic pursuit? I want to be in the picture when Ovechkin breaks Gretzky’s record.You see, if Ovi reached some milestones, then there were some other guys next to him. Even when I was on the ice, he did not place such photos anywhere. I waited for him to get to the 700 goals mark to be there, but it never happened. So I will answer that I want to be in the frame ”, – said Kuznetsov.
There is definitely some truth in Eugene’s words. In most of the anniversary photos, Ovechkin is captured with other partners – Backstrom, Oshi, Carlson and even Braden Holtby.
And Alexander marked his goal number 700 with a photo alone.
“What matters to me is not the specific day when he will receive an entry in the record book. The process itself is important, every game, every month and every day. I hope that later, when I sit on the bench in the yard, I will think about it and remember those glorious days. You can’t buy memory. Anything can be bought, but not memories. This is of immense value. Well, photos of course, too. I definitely won’t buy them ”, – Kuznetsov said with a laugh.
Apparently, Washington will start the regular season with the Ovechkin – Kuznetsov – Anthony Manta troika, which was acquired by the team on the deadline.
“It’s important for me to start playing right away, from the preseason. You need to prepare quickly, not just “get your legs back”. The season is coming soon, we must immediately start our game “, – summed up Kuznetsov.90,000 Top 10 Restaurants in La Crosse, Wisconsin
La Crosse is a center for technology and medicine along the Mississippi River and is highly rated in health, quality of life and education rankings.The city is known for its beer and cottage cheese delicacy in Wisconsin, so you can bet it’s a city full of great food. Take a look at the 10 best restaurants in La Crosse and start planning your next trip.
Waterfront Restaurant & Tavern
This stylish restaurant, founded in 2006, offers a fine dining restaurant in La Crosse. Menus are full of modern American cuisine with seasonal ingredients, USDA beef and fresh seafood. The Waterfront Hotel features a No-Cocktail, Beer and Wine-No-Era restaurant and tavern, along with a tavern menu for lighter dishes.You can also sit outside on the patio overlooking the Mississippi River. The dinner menu includes options such as Alaskan King Crab or pork tenderloin stuffed with pear and pistachios.
The Waterfront Restaurant & Tavern, 328 Front St S, La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA, +1 608 782 5400
This upscale French establishment serves seasonal dishes as well as famous French delicacies such as escargot, moules frites, frog legs, foie gras and more.The restaurant aims to invite its guests to France with their authentic cuisine and drinks list, including products only from Europe. Located in Mons Anderson’s home, a historic mansion, Le Chateau feels like you’re in a different country. Try the Wellington fillet d’agneau ‘en croûte’ (Wellington lamb) or the authentic au confit de canard (duck cassulet topped with smoked duck breast), and don’t leave without butter cream and a glass of cognac.
Le Chateau, 410 Cass Street, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 782 6498
Greengrass Cafe opened in 2014 to bring a fantastic breakfast for students, faculty and neighbors at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.Typical dinner rates range from pancakes and eggs to sandwiches and burgers. Try the Count of Monte Cristo Sandwich, with ham, Swiss cheese, jelly and two eggs. Don the Hungry Man Platter for huge appetites only – the massive platter comes with six eggs, two slices of bacon, two slices of sausage, hash brown or breakfast potatoes, and toast or an English bun. Each dish is made with local ingredients, with as many scratches as possible.
Greengrass Café, 1904 Campbell Rd, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 519 2688
Dublin Square Irish Pub & Dining
This traditional Irish pub and restaurant is the place to enjoy delicious pub food and great drinks while you watch sports or live music. When the weather is fine, guests can enjoy the patio and watch the locals go by; Otherwise, the interior is quite atmospheric. Simple dishes showcase the finest Irish cuisine using fresh ingredients and classic recipes.Try tender corned beef and cabbage, juicy shepherd’s pie, or sauté-fried fish and chips with a hint of spice. Sandwiches, soups and salads are also offered. Not to mention, there is a whole list of drinks made with Guinness.
Dublin Square Irish Pub & Eatery, 103 3rd St North, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 519 2509
The Mint is a bar-restaurant and restaurant. The cuisine uses local ingredients to prepare their delicious meals and cocktails, and the small menu means that the chef values quality over quantity.To use the finest seasonal ingredients, the culinary staff constantly changes the menu. Taste dishes such as a salad made with watermelon, beetroot, cream cheese and toasted walnuts, or the Cubano sandwich made with braised pork and smoked ham and topped with Grand Cru Alpine cheese, served with major guasillo and pickled beetroot in a home-cooked bun … The menu also includes many inventive cocktails and local beers.
Mint, 1810 State St, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 519 5011
Buzzard Billy Stylized Carp Cafe
Buzzard Billy brought his excellent cuisine to La Crosse when he opened his second location on Pearl Street.This restaurant is located in a brick hotel from the 1860s, in the historic city center. This restaurant also features a 1950s-style cocktail lounge. The menu offers authentic New Orleans-style cuisine – for everything, try the Cajun combination served with blackened catfish fillets, jambala, seafood gumbo and hushpuppies. Red beans and rice with spicy Anduya and crayfish étouffée are also popular dishes.
Buzzard Billy Stylized Carp Cafe, 222 Pearl St, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 796 2277
The Root Note is an art café and music venue serving Kickapoo coffee, Rishi tea and local specialties including delicious pancakes, soups and salads.Try a savory cream like Baby Blue, made with paprika, spinach, green onions and garlic sauteed with Wisconsin white wine, crushed bleu cheese, and a fried egg. Many sweet pancakes include banana and nutella, berries and cream, and honey and lemon.
Root Note, 115 4th St. South, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 782 7668
One of the best places to look for steaks in La Crosse is the Freighthouse restaurant. Located in a historic building, the restaurant serves succulent steaks, including a 20oz Engineer Main Rib, a 14oz 150 Stainless Steel Pepper Steak, and a 12oz Terikaki.Each steak is made from high quality beef and is naturally aged and cut every day. The menu also features seafood, a fresh vegetable salad bar and daily specials. And if you’re not overly indulgent, try the Chocolate Halo Pie or Chocolate Mousse Quadruple Pie for a sweet meal.
Freighthouse Restaurant, 107 Vine Street, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 784 6211
Piggy’s Restaurant is located on the second floor of a historic building dating back to 1871.The restaurant has a smoker on site where all perfect rib, pork chop, swordfish and chicken are milked to perfection. The menu changes seasonally to accommodate fresh vegetables and seafood. Try chopped swordfish or shrimp and scallops. The restaurant has been in this location since 2004, and on the lower level guests can relax in the charming Blues Lounge. Every Friday and Saturday, a new blues orchestra plays in the lounge, making it a great place for a nightcap weekend.
Piggy’s, 501 Front St S, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 784 4877
Howie at La Crosse
This restaurant is a landmark in La Crosse.Gourmet burgers, sandwiches, homemade pizza and more are served in a relaxed atmosphere. Juicy burgers are some of the most popular options on the menu. Try the Howie Sandwich, which is made with two fresh patties topped with Swiss and Cheddar cheeses, apple tree bacon, and Howie’s Dynamite Sauce. Alternatively, dip your teeth into the Kansas City Crunch, which is topped with smoked pork, homemade salad, provolone cheese, barbecue sauce, and barbecue chips for a crispy finish.Fresh versions of simple, American classics are served without the fuss at Howie’s.
Howie’s on La Crosse, 1128 La Crosse St, La Crosse, WI, USA, +1 608 784 7400.