NYSSWA 2019 boys lacrosse rankings
2019 Boys lacrosse (through April 13)Please do not copy/paste this material to other websites and/or social media portals such as Twitter or Facebook. The NYSSWA relies upon traffic to its site to generate the ad revenue that allows us to make access to NewYorkSportswriters.org free to our readers. Thank you.
The boys lacrosse rankings are compiled by NYSSWA editor Neil Kerr, who welcomes your feedback.
Class A 1. Ward Melville-11 8-0 2. Chaminade-CHSAA 5-0 3. Niskayuna-2 5-0 4. St. Anthony-CHSAA 5-1 5. Smithtown West-11 9-1 6. Massapequa-8 5-2 7. Mamaroneck-1 6-1 8. Syosset-8 8-1 9. St. Joe's Collegiate-MMAA 7-0 10.
West Islip-11 7-1 11. Corning-4 5-1 12. Fairport-5 4-1 13. Bay Shore-11 7-2 14. Baldwinsville-3 4-2 15. Farmingdale-8 6-2 16. Iona Prep-CHSAA 6-1 17. Riverhead-11 7-2 18. West Genesee-3 2-2 19. Orchard Park-6 8-1 20. Scarsdale-1 5-1 Honorable mention: Albany CBA 3-1, Bethlehem 5-1, Cicero-North Syracuse 4-2, Christopher Columbus-PSAL 6-0, Frederick Douglass-PSAL 6-1, Hilton 5-1, Hunter College High-PSAL 5-1, Ithaca 3-1, Lakeland/Panas 2-3, Lancaster 5-3, Liverpool 4-1, James Madison-PSAL 6-0, Mahopac 5-2, North Rockland 5-1, Pittsford 4-3, Sachem North 6-3, St. Joseph-by-the-Sea-PSAL 9-1, Syracuse Corcoran 4-2, Tottenville-PSAL 5-2. Class B 1. Garden City-8 8-0 2. Manhasset-8 6-1 3. Victor-5 6-1 4. Yorktown-1 6-2 5. Fayetteville-Manlius-3 3-1 6. Brighton-5 6-2 7. John Jay, Cross River-1 5-2 8. Canandaigua-5 5-1 9. Hamburg-6 6-1 10. Rockville Centre South Side-8 7-3 11. Harborfields-11 8-2 12. Calhoun-8 8-2 13. Williamsville East-6 8-0 14. Ballston Spa-2 4-1 15. Comsewogue-11 6-2 Hononrable mention: Auburn 4-2, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 4-3, Hewlett 6-3, Highland/Marlboro 6-1, Irondequoit 3-3, Queensbury 4-2, Rochester McQuaid 5-1, Roslyn 3-1, Sewanhaka 5-2, Valley 6-1, Warwick Valley 5-2,
Class C 1. Mount Sinai-11 10-0 2. Shoreham-Wading River-11 8-0 3. Jamesville-DeWitt-3 7-0 4. Cold Spring Harbor-8 6-1 5. Geneva-5 5-1 6. Syracuse CBA-3 5-1 7. Wantagh-8 7-1 8. Islip-11 7-3 9. East Aurora-6 6-1 10. East Syracuse Minoa-3 6-1 11. Hendrick Hudson-1 5-2 12. Westhill-3 5-2 13. Rye-1 3-3 14. Glens Falls-2 3-1 15. Hackley School-AIS 4-0 Honorable mention: Bayport-Blue Point 5-4, Clarke 6-1, Homer 4-2, Indian River 6-0, Lutheran-AIS 7-2, North Shore 6-3, Rye Country Day-AIS 3-1, Wayne 4-0. Class D 1.
|1||McDonogh (Md.)||12-0||1 ’23 McCabe Millon. The Eagles square off with Boys’ Latin (Md.) in the MIAA semifinals. "}”> Top-seeded McDonogh defeated St. Paul’s (Md.) in the MIAA A Conference quarterfinals, 8-6 on Saturday, thanks to a four-goal performance from NLF No. 1 ’23 McCabe Millon. The Eagles square off with Boys’ Latin (Md.) in the MIAA semifinals.|
|2||Deerfield (Mass.)||The top prep/private school program in Massachusetts has a big week with a matchup against Taft (Conn. ) on Thursday, followed by a nonleague game with No. 13 Belmont Hill on Saturday. NLFRankings.com will be there with coverage.|
|St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)||6-0|
|5||Brunswick (Conn.)||12-3||6||Archbishop Spalding (Md.)||11-2||7||Culver Academy (Ind.)||10-1||
A big win over IMG (FL.) last week keeps Culver rolling, with their lone loss coming at the hands of No. 4 Malvern Prep (Pa.)
The. Rhinos followed a tough 14-7 loss to rival Brunswick (Conn.) with a 24-8 win over Albany Academy (N.Y) this weekend. NLF No. 34 ’21 Jeffery Ricciardelli and Isaac Korus each scored twice vs. the Bruins. A battle with Deerfield (Mass.) on Thursday should be a good one.
|9||9-1||The Hoyas defeated St. Stephens/St. Agnes 20-11 on Saturday to conclude their IAC regular-season championship run. The IAC conference playoffs are up next up, and the Hoyas have drawn the No. 1 seed while outscoring their opponents by an average of seven goals on the year. Preps’ dominance has been fueled by NLF No. 31 ’21 Will Angrick, Mike Ridgway ’21 and Zach Whittier ’21 and NLF No. 8 ’22 Mac Eldridge.|
|11||Belmont Hill (Mass.)||9-0||12||Bullis (Md.)||7-3||13||Mount Sinai (N.Y.)||5-0||The Mustangs have been rolling to start 2021, including a 10-7 win over rival Comsewogue. NLF No. 1 ’22 Joey Spallina has 29 points in five games and his brother, No. 28 ’23 Jake Spallina, has been dominant at the faceoff X to go along with seven points.|
Army commit Cal Lambert scored eight goals in head coach Dan Stone’s first game as head coach of Victor, in a 13-8 win over Hilton (N.Y.). Three more since then and a Monday date with Webster Schroeder looms.
|15||St. John’s (D.C.)||5-0||16||Chaminade (N.Y.)||5-1|
|17||Boys’ Latin (Md. )||7-4||21 Gavin McClernan had a timely goal to kickstart No. 5 seed Boys’ Latin’s 8-7 comeback win over Loyola Blakefield (Md.) in the MIAA quarterfinals. NLF No. 46 ’21 Ben Smith had three goals and an assist and NLF No. 10 ’23 Jacob Pacheco scored the game-winner to set up a rematch with top-seeded McDonogh in the semis.|
|19||St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.)||8-0||
After defeating Novato 21-6 on Sunday, the Wildcats face rival Sacred Heart Prep for the third time this season – on Thursday.
Lawrenceville is on a tear, winning its last seven games. The Big Red hammered rivals Hun, 15-2, and Hill School (Pa.) 12-5 to take home the MAPL title under first-year head coach Jon Posner.
|21||Upper Arlington (Ohio)||15-1||22||Summit (N.J.)||8-0||23||Calvert Hall (Md.)||8-4||
NLF No. 34 ’21 Ethan Long and Jordan Wray each scored twice and Tommy Lubin made six saves as the Cardinals upset No. 3 seed St. Mary’s, 8-3, to land in the MIAA semis against Archbishop Spalding (Md.)
|25||St. Sebastian’s (Mass.)||5-3||2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York $41,892
Avg Tuition & Fees*65%
Avg 4-Year Grad Rate*|
With all of the options student athletes have for higher education today, it can be tough to choose which direction to take. College Factual has developed its Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking as one item you can use to help make this decision.
We analyzed 16 colleges and universities across New York to determine which were the best for D1 Women’s Lacrosse athletes in New York. Our ranking is based on several objective factors, including the school’s overall quality and the athletic competitiveness of the school. We steer clear of subjective measures since they don’t give a clear picture when determining how one school compares to another. So, even if a school has a great team, it won’t place well if it is also considered a low quality college or university.
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Our analysis found Syracuse University to be the best school for D1 Women’s Lacrosse athletes in New York in this year’s ranking. Syracuse is a private not-for-profit institution located in Syracuse, New York. The school has a large population, and it awarded 4,101 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
On the financial side of things, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Syracuse made $1,353,314 in revenue. The great academic progress rate of 990 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
With a freshman retention rate of 91%, the school does an excellent job of retaining its students. Syracuse excels when it comes to quality. It’s ranked in the top 10% of all schools on our overall quality list.
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You’ll be in good company if you decide to attend Stony Brook University. It ranked #2 on our 2021 Best Colleges for D1 Women’s Lacrosse athletes in New York list. SUNY Stony Brook is located in Stony Brook, New York and, has a large student population. In 2018-2019, this school awarded 4,945 bachelor’s degrees to qualified undergraduates.
SUNY Stony Brook brought in $1,256,145 while tallying up $1,011,326 in expenses for its D1 Women’s Lacrosse team. Happily, this means that the team turned a profit of $244,819. The great academic progress rate of 993 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
With a freshman retention rate of 90%, the school does an excellent job of retaining its students. On top of its placing in this ranking, SUNY Stony Brook also did well on our overall quality list. It’s in the top 20% of all schools reviewed in this analysis.
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Out of the 16 schools in New York that were part of this year’s ranking, Hofstra University landed the #3 spot on the list. This fairly large private not-for-profit school is located in Hempstead, New York, and it awarded 1,745 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
On the financial side of things, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Hofstra made $1,291,887 in revenue. The great academic progress rate of 988 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
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A rank of #4 on our list means Colgate University is a great place for D1 Women’s Lacrosse athletes in New York working on their bachelor’s degree. Colgate is a private not-for-profit institution located in Hamilton, New York. The school has a small population, and it awarded 894 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Colgate brought home $1,227,307 in revenue in a single year. The team has a respectable academic progress rate of 974.
With a student-to-faculty ratio of 9 to 1, it’s easy to see that the school is committed to helping their undergraduates succeed. Colgate also made our overall quality list, coming in at #3.
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The excellent sports programs at Cornell University helped the school earn the #5 place on this year’s ranking of the best schools for D1 Women’s Lacrosse athletes in New York. Cornell is a large private not-for-profit school situated in Ithaca, New York. It awarded 4,145 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Cornell brought home $612,746 in revenue in a single year. The great academic progress rate of 996 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
The impressive student-to-faculty ratio of 9 to 1 means that students may have more opportunities to work more closely with their professors than they would at other schools. Cornell did well in our overall quality rankings, too. It placed #1 on our overall quality list.
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Canisius College did quite well in the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking, coming in at #6. Canisius College is a small private not-for-profit school located in Buffalo, New York that handed out 721 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Canisius brought home $499,856 in revenue in a single year. The team had a perfect academic progress rate of 1000.
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University at Albany landed the #7 spot on the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking. University at Albany is a fairly large public school located in Albany, New York that handed out 3,525 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The team at UAlbany took home $797,099 in revenue and paid out $655,896 in expenses in recent times. That boils down to a yearly profit of $141,203 for the sports team.
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With a ranking of #8, Marist College did quite well on the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking. Located in Poughkeepsie, New York, the medium-sized private not-for-profit school awarded 1,353 diplomas to qualified bachelor’s degree students in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Marist brought home $715,365 in revenue in a single year. The team members aren’t slouches in the classroom either, since the team academic progress rate is an excellent 993.
The school has an excellent freshman retention rate of 89%, which means students like the school well enough to return for a second year. On top of its placing in this ranking, Marist also did well on our overall quality list. It’s in the top 20% of all schools reviewed in this analysis.
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Columbia University in the City of New York ranked #9 on this year’s Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York list. Columbia is a private not-for-profit institution located in New York, New York. The school has a large population, and it awarded 2,702 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Columbia brought home $392,263 in revenue in a single year. Sports aren’t the only thing that the team excels at – they had a perfect academic progress rate of 1000.
With a student-to-faculty ratio of 6 to 1, it’s easy to see that the school is committed to helping their undergraduates succeed. Columbia did well in our overall quality rankings, too. It placed #4 on our overall quality list.
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Niagara University did quite well in the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking, coming in at #10. Niagara University, New York is the setting for this small institution of higher learning. The private not-for-profit school handed out bachelor’s degrees to 823 students in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Niagara brought home $702,822 in revenue in a single year. The team has a great academic progress rate of 998, signifying that team members care about their grades.
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Binghamton University ranked #11 on this year’s Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York list. Binghamton University is a public institution located in Vestal, New York. The school has a fairly large population, and it awarded 3,888 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
Speaking financially, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Binghamton University took home $531,306 in revenue. The great academic progress rate of 996 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
With a freshman retention rate of 91%, the school does an excellent job of retaining its students. On top of its placing in this ranking, Binghamton University also did well on our overall quality list. It’s in the top 15% of all schools reviewed in this analysis.
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Wagner College came in at #12 in this year’s edition of the Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking. Wagner is located in Staten Island, New York and, has a small student population. In 2018-2019, this school awarded 457 bachelor’s degrees to qualified undergraduates.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Wagner brought home $677,338 in revenue in a single year. The team has a great academic progress rate of 998, signifying that team members care about their grades.
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Manhattan College did quite well in the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking, coming in at #13. Manhattan is a small private not-for-profit school situated in Riverdale, New York. It awarded 956 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
The D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Manhattan brought home $819,187 in revenue in a single year. The great academic progress rate of 995 shows that team members perform well in the classroom, too.
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Siena College ranked #14 on this year’s Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York list. Siena is a private not-for-profit institution located in Loudonville, New York. The school has a small population, and it awarded 794 bachelor’s degrees in 2018-2019.
Speaking financially, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Siena took home $673,452 in revenue. The team has a great academic progress rate of 988, signifying that team members care about their grades.
Students who start out at the school are likely to stick around. The freshman retention rate is 88%.
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With a ranking of #15, St. Bonaventure University did quite well on the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking. Located in Saint Bonaventure, New York, the small private not-for-profit school awarded 393 diplomas to qualified bachelor’s degree students in 2018-2019.
Speaking financially, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at St. Bonaventure took home $524,934 in revenue. The team had a perfect academic progress rate of 1000.
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With a ranking of #16, Iona College did quite well on the 2021 Best Colleges for Division I Women’s Lacrosse in New York ranking. New Rochelle, New York is the setting for this small institution of higher learning. The private not-for-profit school handed out bachelor’s degrees to 579 students in 2018-2019.
Speaking financially, the D1 Women’s Lacrosse team at Iona took home $437,025 in revenue. The team members aren’t slouches in the classroom either, since the team academic progress rate is an excellent 992.
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The LILJ saw so many talented players take the field this season in the class of 2023. Some of them got their first taste of playing on the varsity level after not getting the opportunity last year and certainly made the most of it. These girls were integral players to their team’s success this year and showed that both the present and the future is very bright as many of them will be recruited by top flight college lacrosse programs. We look forward to seeing these girls play for another two years in high school. Here are the first and second All-Long Island teams as well as the honorable mentions created by the LILJ! If any of these amazing players commit starting September 1st, be sure to update the LILJ so we can promote their accomplishments.
With the 2021 Spring/Summer season coming to a close, the LILJ saw a plethora of great players in the class of 2023.These players showed how important and valuable they are to their teams both now and over the remaining two years they will be playing at the varsity level. Many of them will be recruited to play collegiately at some of the best lacrosse programs in the country. With all of the talent that was seen this season, we at the LILJ created the first and second Goat Teams as well as the players who were honorable mentions. Here are all of the players that made each of the teams! As September comes, and these top players commit, please be sure to update the LILJ on your college commitment so we can promote your accomplishment!
It was so great seeing the 2021 class back on the fields this past Spring. After losing so much of their High School varsity playing career, this years seniors stepped up and put on a show for the Long Island Lacrosse community.Seeing so many of these players in action this past season, the LILJ put together a first and second team of the top seniors on Long Island as well as the players were in the running until the very end to make the prestigious first and second LILJ All-Long Island teams. Check out all of the players that made each of the teams, as well as our honorable mention list by clicking below. Lastly, if you see anyone’s college commitment is missing or needs to be updated, kindly comment on the article below so we can update our records. Thanks in advance!
After missing out on their entire junior season, the class of 2021 came back and showed the supreme level of talent and skills that this class has to offer. With their high school careers coming to an end, many of these players will be taking their game to the next level where they will be playing collegiately at some of the best lacrosse programs in the country.The LILJ saw many of these players in person throughout the season, and put together a first and second LILJ All-Long Island teams. Lastly, if you see anyone’s college commitment is missing or needs to be updated, kindly comment on the article below so we can update our records. Thanks in advance!
As lacrosse grows in popularity, different manufacturers are looking to improve equipment technology. We at the LILJ are proud to be partnered with the premier lacrosse manufacturing company in the country, Epoch Lacrosse. Some of the best lacrosse players in the country swear by Epoch’s patented technology like Advanced Carbon Layering (A.C.L) which allows shafts to bend, but retain their firmness and strength. In this article, we will look at new products offered by Epoch, as well as some of the technology that makes Epoch one of the best manufacturers out there.
Located in the middle of Long Island, GLE Performance was built by lacrosse players to help train the next generation. GLE uses their state-of-the-art training facility in Hauppauge to host summer camps, private trainings, and can be rented out for teams to use. In this article, we will look at GLE’s summer camp schedule and anything else coming up in the summer.
It came a week later than expected due to rain, but a champion was decided last night as the LILJ wrapped up the men’s playoffs. The first semi-final game went down to the wire between the Firecats and Hot Boys Summer while Team Wave cruised to a victory over the Sharks. These two outcomes led to a championship game that saw Team Wave finish their season undefeated and take home the championship. Let’s jump into the recaps of how these three big games went down!
Afterthe championship games were postponed last week due to rain, the final night of the Men’s Collegiate League will be held on August 4th. Ahead of this epic night of college lacrosse players battling for the championship, we will take a look at each game and who has been performing for their team. There are two semi-final games and then a championship game so let’s get into this preview.
After another successful year of lacrosse from the FLG girls select teams, it is time for a new wave of players to tryout for the premier lacrosse club in the town Huntington. Next Monday, August 2nd, girls from all ages will tryout for FLG at Manor Field Park. In this article, we will look at the age groups trying out, what is included if your daughter makes the team, and much more!
Before the boy’s All-American game, the best girl’s lacrosse players in the country will battle for bragging rights. The players will be separated into two teams called North and South. Six of the seven Long Islanders play for the North team while one is on the South, so let’s take a look at these studs!
from Inside LacrosseLacrosse and Upstate New York have a long, intertwining history, as some of the games all-time greats hail from the vast area connecting the Hudson Valley north to the Canadian border and the states capital west towards Niagara Falls. In recent years, Monster Elite Lacrosse has emerged as the strongest club program north of New York City and its Monster Purple 23 team looks primed to etch its way into history books someday, too.
from Colgate Athletics
The weekend will begin with the inaugural fall banquet, honoring the classes of 2020 and 2021 for their hard work and dedication to Colgate women’s lacrosse during their time as student-athletes. This event is only open to these graduating classes as well as current women’s lacrosse players, and their parents.
from Coldbrook Lacrosse
For information, contact Director CJ Nye, 315-378-5754, or email [email protected]
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse UpstateI’ve been down this road before. For the past two-plus years, Ive been listening to a lot of John Prine. I was aware of him and his music for decades, but a certain convergence of consequences brought him to the forefront of my musical playlist.
from USA Lacrosse Magazine
The lineup includes the reigning gold and silver medalists from the most recent mens and womens World Lacrosse championships, the reigning NCAA Division I champions in mens and womens lacrosse and some of the worlds best high school-aged players participating in the Brogden Cup.
from the Oneida Nation
Oneida youth lacrosse players Jamison Quiver, Daniel Stevens, Jonas Johnson, and Micah Good Eagle joined the Iroquois Nationals for the World Series of Youth Lacrosse in July. The acts of support and solidarity they received during their journey will stay with them for a long time.
from Canisius Athletics
A three-time team captain, Lucarelli (Lancaster) takes on her new role with the Golden Griffins after spending the previous five seasons (2017-2021) as a defensive anchor for the program. In 71 appearances, Lucarelli contributed 91 ground balls, 43 caused turnovers, and 39 draw controls. She was a two-time All-MAAC honoree, including a first-team selection in 2021.
from the Rome Sentiel
Leary, of Oneonta, is a 1985 Herkimer College graduate, earning his associates degree in social science before continuing his education at SUNY Oneonta. He comes to the college from Marian University in Wisconsin, where he served as an academic success liaison for athletics and head mens lacrosse coach.
from Denver AthleticsDENVER University of Denver Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Liza Kelly announced on Tuesday that Brice Queener has been promoted to Associate Head Coach of the program. Queener, 38, is entering his third season on Kelly’s staff after joining the Pioneers prior to the 2020 campaign. Queener will continue to serve as the team’s offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator.
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse UpstateReferences to Field of Dreams might be popular these days, what with the recent Yankees/White Sox game played in the idyllic cornfields of Iowa, but, like protagonist Ray Kinsella, Harry Queener probably heard voices, too. Build it and he will come.
Can the Haudenosaunee Confederacy become the first Indigenous nation to secure an Olympic berth?
from USA Lacrosse Magazine
Details regarding timing and location are still being discussed, Patricof said, but that information should become clear in the coming months. This summers five-week season was held in the D.C. metro area in Boyds, Md.
from the Premier Lacrosse League
At the forefront, along with veterans like Thompson and Rabil, is Rehfuss, and the unique bounce he has while dodging that Rabil called a changeup for defenders. Hes a nominee for the leagues Rookie of the Year award, sits third in the PLL with 43 assist opportunities and has carried over the success from his strong senior year at Syracuse where he scored a career-high 26 goals and 56 points into a role that keeps expanding with the Cannons.
from the Premier Lacrosse League
When it comes to Blaze Riorden we are watching a once in a generation talent in the present day
from Cornell Athletics
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.
The last time the Cornell Big Red took the field was March 8th, 2020 when they defeated Penn State, 18-17, in the Crown Lacrosse Classic in Charlotte, N.C.
from Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse
The fifth and final weekend of the inaugural season of Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse commences tonight with a pair of matchups. Team Cummings faces Team Ohlmiller at 5 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network, followed by Team Glynn vs. Team Waters at 8 p.m. on FS2.
Coming into 2022, Loyola is the likely favorite to win the Patriot League, and the typical names like Lehigh and Army follow them. However, after a strong showing to end the season and with as much talent back as the Raiders return, they look to have all the tools in place to possibly be the party crashers of the conference this spring.
from US Lacrosse Magazine
Whipsnakes midfielder Matt Abbott was a junior during their first season at Cuse. The year before Galloway and White arrived, the Orange went 5-8 and missed the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1982. He gave Galloway and White a lot of credit for the programs turnaround.
from Powell LacrosseWhen I saw the first airplane rising over the North Elba fields with the mountains and Olympic ski jumps in the background, I finally felt why Lake Placid is such a special place for the lacrosse community. With John Zulberti Lake Placid Memorial video, and the 2021 Legends of Placid Lax Ceremony video.
from Limestone Athletics
Storrier (LaFayette), who served as the head coach at Mars Hill University the last three years, spent eight seasons as an assistant coach with the Saints during a dominating run that featured three NCAA Division II National Championships (2014, 2015, 2017) and five national title game appearances overall. He was Limestone’s recruiting coordinator starting in 2011 before taking the offensive coordinator role in 2014.
from Canisius Athletics
The Golden Griffins’ all-time scoring leader with 259 career points (157g, 102a), Roemer was an integral part of Canisius’ back-to-back Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship teams in 2016 and 2017.
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Depending on your terminology, the 32nd annual Lake Placid Summit Classic came to an end sometime last weekend. Compared to Summit Classics past, this one seemed to end with more of a limp, perfunctory fist-bump than a hugging embrace but maybe thats only fitting for these strange times.
from Inside Lacrosse
After providing elite-level defensive and transition play together for almost 15 years, its only right that they exit the pro game side by side.
from The Daily Gazette
ALBANY The Premier Lacrosse League delivered an entertaining weekend at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium for the second time in as many trips, and Connor Fields made sure fans headed home on a high note.
The Youth Lacrosse League (The YLL) starts this Fall of 2021. Each team plays 5 local/regional games in the Fall and 5 local/regional games in the late Spring/Early Summer.
Gary Gait (M. Lacrosse), Felisha Legette-Jack (W. Basketball), Anna Goodale (W. Rowing) and Katie Rowan Thomson (W. Lacrosse) will be the next alumni honored in the Carrier Dome. This will be the first time that a Syracuse womens athlete will be recognized in this manner.
from The Daily GazetteIerlan, one of several PLL players with connections to the Capital Region, will play Friday and Sunday. During his college career, which ended this past spring with a season played for Denver, Ierlan rewrote large portions of the NCAA Division I mens lacrosses record book with all the faceoffs he won and ground balls he secured.
from Platform Lacrosse Academy
Platform Lacrosse Academy will be holding tryouts for our Men’s teams on August 15th at Onondaga Community College.
from USA Lacrosse Magazine
In 2017, (then head coach at Canisius) Teeter led Canada to silver medals in the FIL World Cup, held in England, and the World Games held in Poland.
from Inside Lacrosse
John Galloway and Joel White have been connected to one another since 2007, and Sunday afternoon announced that they’ll be retiring together at the end of the 2021 PLL season, which could come as early as next Saturday night in Albany.
from Aces Girls Lacrosse
Aces Girls Lacrosse is a Western, NY Girls Lacrosse Club centered around developing exceptional student-athletes who share a love for the game, teamwork, and leading on and off the field.
from Alfred University AthleticsALFRED, N.Y. Alfred University women’s lacrosse head coach Rebecca Streeten has added Katelyn McCabe to her coaching staff for the upcoming 2021-22 season. McCabe, a native of Lindenhurst, N.Y., will assist Streeten with game and practice planning, recruiting, and player development. “Katelyn brings great playing and coaching experience from her time at SUNY Plattsburgh,” said Streeten, who is entering her second season as head coach. “I am looking forward to having her join our program for this upcoming year.”
from Upstate Lacrosse Foundation
Seven lacrosse legends will be inducted October 17 at Traditions at the Links in East Syracuse.
from Cornell Athletics
ITHACA, N.Y. The Cornell women’s lacrosse team will welcome 10 newcomers for the upcoming 2022 campaign. The group will attempt to help head coach Jenny Graap’s squad earn the program’s third Ivy League regular season title and qualify for the conference tournament for the ninth time in the last 10 seasons this coming spring.
from The Day
New London Coast Guard Academy announced the hiring of Sue Behme as its women’s lacrosse coach on Thursday. Behme, who will begin her new duties on Aug. 16, spent the last 10 seasons as head coach at the University of Rochester.
from LSN.com/YouTubeUpstate downs Mass for 2022 championship. Upstate roster is here.
from USA LacrosseSPARKS, Md. USA Lacrosse has invited nearly 140 of the nation’s top high school men’s lacrosse players to compete in the National Team Development Program Combine Aug. 17-19 at its headquarters in Sparks, Md. The players represent high schools from 22 states. Four Upstate boys included, from Shaker, Niskayuna, Fairport, and Baldwinsville. Carlie Desimone (Baldwinsville/Salt City Snipers) invited to girl’s tryouts.
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Im probably preaching to the choir no need to tell Upstate New Yorkers about how very awesome the Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic is but I feel like I owe my Utah, Florida, and Massachusetts readers at least one more narrative. Like photos of the Grand Canyon, my words cannot possibly do the LPSC any justice and yet still we try.
Kirk Ventiquattro recalls when John Zulberti used to visit the north country, especially his visits to Carthages lacrosse team.
from USA Lacrosse
SPARKS, Md. USA Lacrosse has developed an online course aimed at middle school-aged children to help educate them on the importance of diversity and inclusion as an essential part of the lacrosse experience. The course is titled ULEAD Inclusion and Advocacy.
from Marist Athletics
POUGHKEEPSIE, New York – The Marist men’s lacrosse team has added 11 newcomers to its roster ahead of the upcoming 2022 season, the program made official late Wednesday afternoon.
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Yes, it was a split decision. In a light-heavyweight bout (hows that for an oxymoron!), that unlucky deer standing in the right lane of the New York State Thruway on Saturday night managed to do some considerable damage to my Nissan.
from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Kelsey Van Alstyne has been named the women’s lacrosse head coach at SUNY Cortland, according to director of athletics Mike Urtz. She replaces Kelly Orr, who coached the Red Dragons since 2015.
Syracuse, N.Y. — John Zulberti, widely acclaimed as one of the most dominant players to ever take the field for lacrosse powerhouses at West Genesee and Syracuse University, has died at age 54.
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Ive been waiting a long, long time to write this . . . In case you didnt know, the annual Lake Placid Summit Classic opens up on Monday morning, but in reality, the games have already started.
from Oswego County News Now
Oswego High School grads Nate Schultzkie and Brian Witmer lead their No. 1-seeded Salt City Eels into championship weekend for the Interstate Box Lacrosse Association (IBLA) Empire North division title today. Theyll face the upset-minded Utica Yeti, the No. 2 seed, featuring Fulton grad Alex Cook as one of their top scorers.
from the Buffalo News
Selected by area coaches; senior unless noted otherwise.
from Bob Chavez / The Daily Messenger
Dont get me wrong. All four Shootout for Soldiers events in Canandaigua have been special. But this one? This one will be tough to top.
Brian Lab Phillips, 57, of Syracuse, died Wednesday, July 21, at Upstate Hospital.
from USA Lacrosse Magazine
SPARKS, Md. USA Lacrosse has named the mens and womens players that will participate in evaluation camps for the new World Lacrosse Sixes discipline during the Lake Placid (N.Y.) Summit Classic from Aug. 2-4.
from NNY360.comOSWEGO Robert Doc Nelson recently took pause noticing his youth boys lacrosse summer team was comprised half of players from the Oswego High School program with the rest from Fulton, signifying the bond between the rivals and partners that remains strong after 37 years. The neighboring districts will celebrate that connection on Saturday, July 31, by facing off in their mens lacrosse alumni rivalry game at noon at Chase Road in Oswego.
Victor has No. 2 athletic program in Section V
Victor fans have one more reason to be proud of the Blue Devils’ athletic program.
It’s hard enough for any school to win a state championship in any sport, but Victor came close to winning five state championships in the 2017-18 academic year, which has earned the district lofty status in one report.
The Blue Devils captured state championships in ice hockey and softball and reached the state championship game in boys lacrosse and girls volleyball.
That success led Victor to land at No. 2 in New York state in Niche.com’s 2019 best school rankings.
Rankings from the yearly study are mostly based on data collected from the U.S. Department of Education and millions of questionnaire reviews by students and parents from New York and states across the nation.
The biggest factor in the rankings are input from parent/student surveys on sports, followed by total school enrollment, number of sports offered and boys and girls participation in sports, the website said.
“We rigorously analyze dozens of public data sets and over 100 million reviews and survey responses to help you understand what a place is really like,” according to the website.
Victor wasn’t the only athletic program to receive high marks from Niche; nine more Section V programs landed in the top 60. Here’s a look at the programs with major accomplishments from last year.
Rochester’s Isaiah Stewart, Gerald Drumgoole lead way at La Lumiere
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Stevie Johnson, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
No. 2 Victor
Overall Niche grade: A+
Accomplishments: NYS Division I ice hockey state champions, NYS Class AA softball state champions, NYS Class B boys lacrosse state finalist, NYS girls volleyball state semifinalist, Section V Class AA baseball champions, cheerleading NYS grand champions.
More: Big Blue wrecking crew: Victor athletic program becomes dominant force
Achievements: Class AA Section V champions in football; NYS Class B co-champions in girls soccer.
Achievements: NYS Class A state champions, Section V Class A champions in girls soccer.
Achievements: NYS Class A girls lacrosse state finalists, Section V Class A boys lacrosse champions, Section V Division I ice hockey finalist.
39. Webster Schroeder
Achievements: 2018 Section V Class AA champions in girls soccer.
No. 47 Honeoye Falls-Lima
Achievements: Section V Class C champions in girls lacrosse, Section V champions in boys Nordic skiing.
No. 48 Palmyra-Macedon
Achievements: Section V Class D champions in girls lacrosse, NYS Class D state semifinalists.
No. 49 McQuaid Jesuit
Achievements: NYS Class AA boys soccer state champions, Section V Class AA boys soccer champions, NYS boys golf state champions and Section V Class AA baseball finalist.
No. 59 Pittsford Mendon
Achievements: Section V Class A girls basketball champions, Section V Nordic skiing championship.
No. 60 Greece Athena
Achievements: 2018 Section V Class A1 boys basketball finalists.
Others ranked in the top 100: Rush-Henrietta (83), Geneva (85), Fairport (92), Newark (96) and Mercy (97).
University at Albany
University at Albany (UAlbany) is a public institution that offers more than 59005 0 undergraduate specialties and about 120 master’s programs, including in the fields of education and business. The total number of students in the college is about 13,000. The University of Albany is ranked in the TOP-200 of the best national universities in the country (US News and World Report 2020).
Located in Albany, New York, this university is at the center of new opportunities and dating. International students will take only 10 minutes by car or about 1 hour by bus to get from Albany International Airport – Albany’s international airport to University at Albany. The location of the university provides with unlimited internship opportunities, through which students gain experience, test their skills and prepare for a successful career.
The institution began operations as a regular New York State school on May 7, 1844, by voting. state legislature. Starting with 29 students and four faculty members in an abandoned train depot on State Street in the city center. This school was the first institution of higher education in New York State. Originally dedicated to preparing New York students as school teachers and administrators, by the early 1890s “School” became the College of New York at Albany and, with a revised four-year curriculum in 1905, became the first public higher education institution in New York to qualify for a bachelor’s degree.In 1948, Albany College became part of SUNY , the largest comprehensive university system in the United States, with 64 educational institutions.
Today UAlbany prepares students for careers in a wide range of professions and admission to higher, law or medical schools. The university also offers prospective students programs in the areas of Accounting and Law, Art and Art History, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences, Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Policy, Management and Behavior, Information Science, Management, Marketing, Public Administration and Policy, Theater, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and others.
The University of Albany prides itself on its commitment to creating a diverse and welcoming environment for students from over 100 countries. Requirements for international students at the time of admission:
The total cost of tuition at University at Albany is $ 43,913.88 per year for international students.This figure includes tuition, room, meals and fees. Off-campus students must pay $ 29,678.88 per year. This figure does not include living expenses.
The university has three campuses: the main campus, The Uptown Campus, The Downtown Campus, and The Health Sciences Campus (located in Renseller and home to health sciences). These campuses have educational buildings, research laboratories, gyms, libraries, tennis courts and stadiums, health centers and dormitories.
To truly enjoy and experience life on an American university campus, undergraduate students must live on campus for the first two years. The dorms at Uptown and Downtown campuses are adjacent to classrooms and restaurants and provide a community where students can study with other students in a safe environment.
Transfer students may choose to stay in off-campus apartments. They can also choose the homestay option, which means they live in a local family’s home.This allows students to improve their English and experience true American family life and culture.
Students UAlbany have the opportunity to attend over 200 clubs , including several fraternities, clubs and sports clubs. Student athletes can choose from nearly 20 men’s and women’s professional varsity teams: baseball, basketball, cross-country, American football, lacrosse, soccer. For more creative students in University at Albany there are such clubs: literary skills (poetry, prose, journalism, criticism, screenwriting), theater arts, acting, cinema, painting, drawing, dance, music directions.
Also, the university often hosts many extracurricular activities , which help students to relax, broaden their horizons, help adapt: festivals and holidays, master classes, talent shows, meetings with experts, theater performances, fashion shows, excursions around the city and the surrounding area , visits to the offices of companies and organizations, tourist trips, theaters and cinemas, museums and galleries, shops, shopping centers and shopping.90,000 media learned about Prokhorov’s plans to close the Nassau Coliseum arena in New York :: Others :: RBC Sport
The stadium, which hosts hockey matches and rock concerts, will be suspended indefinitely
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The company of Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov Onexim Sports and Entertainment plans to close the Nassau Coliseum stadium in New York in the near future, Bloomberg reports.The arena will stop working for an indefinite period, during which the search for an investor willing to take over the operating activities, as well as the remaining debt for the building will be conducted.
The interlocutor of the publication, who wished to remain anonymous, claims that Onexim will offer a lease agreement for the stadium to potential investors who will be willing to pay about $ 100 million in arrears.
RBC sent a request to Onexim Sports and Entertainment.
The Nassau Coliseum has not hosted any events since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in New York.Onexim stressed that the situation with the spread of the disease had a devastating impact on the arena’s operations and its financial condition.Prokhorov called “Brooklyn Nets” the fastest return on investment
Arena Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum was opened in 1972.The stadium was originally home to the New York Islanders hockey team. In 2015, the arena was closed for a two-year renovation, after which it hosted 200 events a year, including concerts, as well as basketball and lacrosse competitions.
New York University in Prague – directions and faculties, tuition fees, features
University of New York in Pragu
Since 1998 UNYP has been offering the best higher education in English in Central Europe.The university teaches in partnership with prestigious international universities in the United States and Europe.
The university specializes in education in the field of business administration, communications, finance, IT management, marketing, international economic relations, English language and literature, psychology.www.unyp.cz
American Undergraduate ProgramsUNYP, in partnership with State University of New York, Empire State College , provides accredited 4-year undergraduate programs.Students can receive a Czech UNYP diploma and an American diploma from State University of New York, Empire State College (double-degree).
New York University studies only in English programs
European undergraduate programsUNYP is a partner of a number of prestigious international universities in Europe.Joint training is conducted on the following programs:
MBATraining is conducted in the following business administration programs:
Tuition feesThe cost of training is made up of the cost of credits.