June 1 - 2 / CNY Family Sports Center, Baldwinsville/Syracuse, NY
Saturday - Grades 3/4 & 7/8 (A&B Divisions) as of '16/'17 school year.
Sunday - Grades K-2 & 5/6 (A&B Divisions) as of '16/'17 school year.
A Divisions - Open to elite, club, and competitive scholastic teams.
B Divisions - No Elite, club, travel teams allowed. Scholastic teams only.
2019 Lax By the Lake - Keuka
June 1 - 2 / Keuka College Athletic Fields Complex / Penn Yan, NY
Girls - Saturday, June 1st K - 8th
Boys - Sunday, June 2nd K - 8th
Keuka College Jephson, Athletic Complex, 3101 Skyline Drive, Penn Yan, NY 14527
2019 E.R. Lacrosse Dick's Sporting Goods Lax Jamboree - Boys
June 8 - 9 / CNY Family Sports Center, Baldwinsville/Syracuse, NY
Saturday - Grades 3/4 & 7/8 (A&B Divisions) as of '16/'17 school year.
Sunday - Grades K-2 & 5/6 (A&B Divisions) as of '16/'17 school year.
A Divisions - Open to elite, club, and competitive scholastic teams.
B Divisions - No Elite, club, travel teams allowed. Scholastic teams only.
2019 Lax by the Lake - Oswego
June 8 - 9 / Oswego High School / Oswego, NY
Saturday - Grades K/2, 5/6, and Varsity.
Sunday - Grades 3/4, 7/8, JV.
Part of the proceeds are going to the More Than a Game Foundation.
2019 Girls of Summer Classic
Youth - Saturday, June 8 / Varsity and JV - Sunday, June 9 / Tully NY
July 27 - 28 / Town of Hamburg Revreational Facility / Hamburg NY
Grad Year: 2020 = Varsity
Grad Year: 2021/2022= JV
Grad Year 2023/2024 = Modified
Grad Year 2025/2026= 5 & 6 grades
Grad Year 2027/2028 - 3 & 4 grades
Grad Year 2029/2030 = 1 & 2 grades
Instructional/ Grad Year 2031 = Current Grade K & 1st year players through grade 2 (Grad Year 2029)
2019 Wildcat Pepper Tournament
July 27 - 28 / West Genesee High School / Camillus NY
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – After earning more than 500 collegiate victories and affecting the lives of hundreds of student-athletes on and off the field, Union College head men's lacrosse coach Paul Wehrum has announced his retirement, Union Director of Athletics Jim McLaughlin '93 announced on Tuesday.
"The 13 years spent at Union have been some of the greatest years of my life," Wehrum said. "My daughter [Lyndsay '09] went here, my godson went here and it's been a great run, but it's time. I want to enjoy my years of healthy living with my wife and we are going to enjoy it together. It was a family decision, not just mine."
Central Square, N.Y. -- Sophomore goalie Jamison MacLachlan had a big night in front of the net, and the Jamesville-DeWitt Red Rams did just enough to hold off rival East Syracuse Minoa, 10-8, in a boys Class C lacrosse sectional semifinal tonight at Paul V. Moore High School.
Caden LaPietro had five goals and an assist, and Ty McHerron added four goals and an assist Tuesday as Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake edged Queensbury 13-12 in the Section II Class B boys’ lacrosse tournament semifinals.
May 21, 2019 - Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were quarter finals for Classes A and C today and most were mismatches. Penfield was the exception where is took overtime for the Patriots to earn their place in the final four on Friday where they will play Fairport.
This season, Quarter Finals for B/D were played tonight. Seven of the Eight games were won by the higher seed with only fifth seeded Waterloo defeating fourth seeded Marcus Whitman breaking the bracket.
Much like its new partner, the Premier Lacrosse League, the WPLL decided to drop the geographical tags from specific team names. Teams like the New England Command will now play as the WPLL Command.
The @prowomenslax unveils the new logos for its 5 teams. A major upgrade to the previous logos that should help ignite fan interest as the league enters its second season this summer. pic.twitter.com/G2PwujpID4
NEDROW, N.Y. — A cinder-brick barn lies at the bottom of a hill, off a dirt road in the heart of the Onondaga Nation Reservation just south of Syracuse. Down the road from the local smoke shop, inside the barn, the air smells of wood. A bundle of several dozen wooden lacrosse sticks leans against the back wall, each ready to be carved, straightened, balanced, cut, drilled, sanded, shellacked, netted, inscribed — then, finally, sent across the reservation and beyond.
Grace Paliwodzinski scored four goals, and McKenzie Ballard backed her up with three goals and an assist to propel Shenendehowa to a 10-9 victory over Guilderland in the girls’ Section II Tournament Class A lacrosse semifinals Monday. Amanda Nieham had six goals for Guilderland.
BURNT HILLS — A talented, but youthful, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake girls’ lacrosse squad made the most of its many offensive options in Monday’s Section II Class C semifinals. An up-tempo approach helped make that possible, as Burnt Hills cruised past Glens Falls 21-3 to put itself in position to defend its area crown.
Bethlehem boys' lacrosse coach Dave Rounds watches brothers Declan and Liam Ferris on a daily basis strive to excel in what they do. He already knew that about them as they were growing up, and Rounds often receives reminders even when the brothers are off school grounds.
Monday: DAY IN REVIEW: There were out bracket games for Classes B and D as the 2019 Section Five Tournament began with six games and all but one was a mismatch. All the top seeded teams won, except for Bath (#9) who beat Gananda (#8).
I tried to watch my first-ever episode of Game of Thrones last night; figured I might as well be able to say I watched the series finale.
Instead, my son Brian kept yelling, “Dad! Go to bed! You’re snoring.”
But, truth be told, Brian and I did do our share of binge-watching this past weekend, but we watched ESPNU, not HBO or Netflix.
Gene McCabe, president of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA), announced Brian Brecht, Tom Mariano, Keith Bugbee and Jason Childs have been selected to serve as head coaches for the 2019 USILA Senior All-Star Games slated for Friday, May 24. Tierney Field at the US Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md. will serve as the backdrop for both contests with the Div. III game kicking things off at 5:00 pm, followed by the Div. I/II contest at 7:30 pm. Admission is free and Lax Sports Network will stream both contests.
“It’s kinda the same. It’s different. Last year, the outcome wasn’t what I wanted,” he said — flanked by three of the players who eliminated his Great Danes in the NCAA Semifinals in 2018.
“Sorry,” senior midfielder John Daniggelis said slyly, causing Ierlan, Jack Tigh, Jackson Morrill to burst out laughing and Ierlan to joke that he was going to go cry in the locker room.
SPARKS, Md. — The 2019 U.S. Men’s Indoor Lacrosse Team will hold a training camp in Baltimore from May 21-23, highlighted by a Blue-White exhibition on Wednesday, May 22 at 5 p.m. at the Coppermine DuBurns Arena in Canton. The exhibition is open to the public and free of charge.
In his 89 years Onondaga Faithkeeper Oren Lyons has a legacy of lifetime achievements including being a world renown activist for Indigenous rights, a lacrosse All-American and founder of the Iroquois Nationals, a retired professor of American history from the University of Buffalo. He is also a published author and a celebrated Native American artist.
SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: For the 2nd time in six days, Guilderland and Shenendehowa girl's lacrosse will meet on the field but this one has extra meaning. Winner of Monday's battle is off the the Class A Section II Finals and Guilderland says they are up to the challenge.
There were Thirty-four games played last week as the regular season ended with one game on Friday. There were seventy-two out of section games played this year. Section Five won forty (56%) and the out of section teams have won thirty-two.
EVANSTON, Ill. -- After trailing by as many as seven in the second half, No. 5 Syracuse cut the deficit to two but could get no closer in an 18-14 loss to No. 4 Northwestern in the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament quarterfinals. The Orange end the season with a 16-5 record.
Syracuse, N.Y. – Christian Thomas scored his fourth goal of the game 29 seconds into overtime to give seventh-ranked and sixth-seeded Merrimack College a 15-14 overtime win over second-ranked and top-seeded Le Moyne College in the NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse Championships semifinals on Saturday afternoon at Ted Grant Field.
The Dolphins finish the season with a 16-3 record after winning a share of their 17th Northeast-10 Conference regular season championship and 14th NE10 Tournament championship.
The Warriors, who advance to their third straight NCAA title game, scored the game's first four goals over the initial 3:26. Charlie Bertrand (B'ville), last year's USILA Attackman and Co-Player of the Year, started the scoring just 32 seconds into the contest after taking a pass from Sean Black.
It was a historic day for the PLL, as all six teams, for the first time ever, took to the practice field at the IMG Academy in pursuit of being named the league’s first-ever champion. So, how’s everyone looking? Here are the news and notes from around the league.
EVANSTON, Illinois – Looking to make its fourth Final Four in seven years, the Syracuse women’s lacrosse team fought valiantly against Northwestern but 18-14 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.
(SYRACUSE N.Y. - WSYR) - Just 17 seconds separated second-ranked Le Moyne from its first trip to the Division II NCAA championship game since 2016, but instead its season comes to an end in the NCAA semifinals.
Some twelve of the thirteen higher seeds all advanced after taking part in boys and girls quarterfinal lacrosse games on Saturday. The lone higher seed to fall was No. 4 Watertown. The Cyclones were handily defeated by No. 5 East Syracuse Minoa, 15-8. Here is a recap of today’s action.
Cicero, N.Y. -- No. 4 Cicero-North Syracuse is moving on to the Class A sectional semifinals, as the Northstars defeated No. 5 Syracuse 12-7 on Saturday evening.
The Onondaga Lazers run out the clock and will move on for a rematch of last year's championship game to face the Nassau Lions! Final score 16-13 Onondaga over Harford. #NJCAALacrossepic.twitter.com/MLtkDiSoVT
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Gemma Guy, Brooke Malchak and Alison Carr combined for 12 goals to lead Tully to a 17-13 win Watertown IHC. The Black Knights advance to play Westhill on Tuesday.
JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown boys lacrosse team earned the second seed for the Section II Class D Tournament. The Sir Bills will host third-seeded Greenwich on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Knox Field.
Section 2 Boys seedings.
Two wins down and two more to go. The Buffalo Bandits are just a pair of victories away from capturing the franchise’s fifth title and first since 2008. After taking down the New England Black Wolves in the first round and then the Toronto Rock in the East Division Final, the Bandits now find themselves in the NLL Finals against an opponent they haven’t seen in three months.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The opening games of the Section III boys lacrosse playoffs begins tonight, but before the real action kicks off Saturday, we’d like to give our take on what we think will happen on Saturday.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The post-season is here, and the Section III playoffs begin with three Class D first-round games today.
Playoff brackets don’t get really busy until Tuesday’s quarterfinal rounds in Class C and D, and the large schools start with semifinal contests on Thursday night.
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Top five teams collide when No. 5 Syracuse takes on No. 4 Northwestern in the 2019 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament quarterfinals on Saturday, May 18. Opening draw in Evanston, Ill. is set for 2 p.m. Eastern time. Fans can watch the game on BTNPlus and BTN2Go or listen to the live broadcast on WJPZ 89.1FM in the Syracuse area. Tickets for the game are $8 for adults and $5 for you.
Last time they played: In one of Syracuse’s most exciting games this season, the Orange took a 12-9 lead against Northwestern in the second half of their game on Feb. 24. The Wildcats went on to score five consecutive goals to take a 14-12 lead, but SU finished the game on a 3-0 run — sending the game into overtime and eventually winning, 15-14.
SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse has invited 105 of the nation’s top young men’s lacrosse players to try out for the 2020 U.S. U19 team. The final team selected after the tryout process concludes will compete in the World Lacrosse Men’s U19 Championship from July 9-18, 2020 in Limerick, Ireland.
Five upstaters receive invitations.
“I didn’t know if I was going to get fired. I had no idea what might happen after two losing seasons, when I was a part of it,” Kilgour said this week. “Chugger told me if you’ll accept, it’s going to be you and JT as two head coaches. I was kind of hoping to get the job, and I’m sure he was a little bit. And after I thought about it for two seconds, I was like, ‘You know what? That’s perfect.’ ”
Seeds, pairings and the schedule for the 23-team Section II boys' lacrosse tournament were released Friday. The top seeds are Niskayuna (Class A), Ballston Spa (Class B), La Salle (Class C) and Schuylerville (Class D), and all of them but La Salle are defending champions. La Salle won its last area title in 2004. Here are a few more things to know.
Elmira High School senior Tess Arnold could feel the emotions start to hit her Tuesday night. This wasn't a sectional final or state tournament game, like she had become accustomed to playing with Elmira's powerhouse girls basketball team, but it was still a historic and significant moment for Arnold, her teammates and the school. In a win or don't-make-history scenario, Elmira beat Binghamton Seton Catholic Central, 16-15, to secure the program's first berth into the Section 4 tournament.
Syracuse coach Gary Gait spoke before the spring began about the potential of his defense, nearly a full year removed from a disappointing season on that end of the field.
He spoke — glowingly — about incoming freshman Sarah Cooper. She hasn’t disappointed.
The IWLCA has honored 128 student-athletes in Division II with a selection to one of the All-Region teams for 2019. These student-athletes are now eligible to be named to a national IWLCA All-American team. The IWLCA will celebrate the 2019 All-Americans during Divisional All-American Specials, which will be aired on Lax Sports Network in mid-June.
Syracuse made the trek west on Thursday for this weekend's NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. The squad flew to Chicago and practiced in nearby Winnetka, Ill. in preparation for its showdown against Northwestern on Saturday at 2 p.m. Eastern time.
(Scroll to Girls Lacrosse) Abby Esperti scored five goals, and Julia Carroll made 13 saves and posted a first-half shutout to lift No. 3 Scotia-Glenville over No. 6 Emma Willard 15-2 in a Section II Class C quarterfinal game.
The Empire North Lacrosse Association (formerly the Adirondack Chapter of US Lacrosse) will be holding its 2019 Hall of Fame ceremony on June 19 to celebrate the induction of Carrie Britt, Bill Dollard, and Marco Tomaso.
HIGH POINT, N.C. – Limestone College junior Larson Sundown (Akron) has been named the 2019 Conference Carolinas Men's Lacrosse Co-Offensive Player of the Year and head coach J.B. Clarke was voted as the Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year as announced by the league on Friday, April 26.
To honor Mr. Brown’s ever-lasting influence on lacrosse, the PLL will name its Most Valuable Player award after the former Syracuse star. The inaugural award will be distributed to the league’s Most Valuable Player during PLL Championship Weekend at Talen Energy Stadium in Philadelphia on September 21.
Skaneateles, N.Y. -- After every goal and every touchdown, before he celebrates with teammates, Pat Hackler points to his family in the bleachers.
Then the Skaneateles senior points to the sky to honor his father, Tom, who died from a heart attack while Pat was in the seventh grade.
Here are the games highlighted in the video: A 17-2 South Jefferson win over Watertown in a girls' Frontier League lacrosse contest. A non-league girls' lacrosse game that ended in a 17-4 Immaculate Heart win over OFA. Plus Section 10 Boys scores.
Whitesboro girls lacrosse believes they left victories on the table in 2019.
The Warriors entered their final two regular season games with a record of 6-8, but they finished strong with victories over New Hartford and CVA to even up their record at 8-8.
On the second to last night of the season, all nine scheduled games were played. There are now only 3 games left in the season. Seeding is nearly completed. Much of the seeding appears stable, but we are watching a few key matchups that can make changes in the final seedings. We will publish them as soon as possible tomorrow night.
ROCHESTER, NY – The No. 1 RIT (20-2) men's lacrosse team was defeated 12-11 in double overtime by No. 5 Williams College (18-3) in the Quarterfinal of the 2019 NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship. Kevin Stump scored with 58 seconds in the second overtime to send the Ephs to the national semifinals for the first time in program history. Williams will take on Amherst College Sunday.
Seeds, pairings and the schedule for the Section II girls' lacrosse tournament were released Wednesday. The top seeds are Shenendehowa in Class A, Queensbury in Class B, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake in Class C and Johnstown in Class D. Queensbury and Burnt Hills are defending champions.
The Section III boys lacrosse brackets are out. The top four seeds in each class are listed in order: Class A: B'ville, West Genesee, Liverpool, C-NS Class B: F-M, Auburn, Oswego, Fulton Class C: J-D, CBA, Westhill, W'town Class D: Skaneateles, General Brown, Marcellus, Lafayette
As the regular season winds down this last week, prognosticators and amateur math wizards are working hard to figure out who will take the top seeds in each of the four tournaments that begin with the out-bracket round on Monday, May 20th.
“Coach Donahue’s been one of the main staples for the lacrosse program here for years,” West Genesee athletics director Mike Burns said. “It’s kind of still setting in, but it’s definitely going to leave a hole in the program."
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The importance of locking down your opponent was passed on to Syracuse women’s lacrosse defender Ally Trice from a voice of experience.
"My papa always said that defense wins games. So it’s fun to play some ‘D’ on really good girls and give our offense a chance to score,'' she said.
For the second time in four days Tuesday, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team picked up a close win over an out-of-Section opponent, edging out Penfield (Section V) at home, 9-7. With the win, the Bees will enter the Class A sectional playoffs with a 15-1 mark.
May 14, 2019 - Tuesday: DAY IN REVIEW: With only one more "big night" of games left in the regular season after today, there were many important games played today, which will have an impact of the tournament seeds at the end of the week. Hilton, Geneva, Pal-Mac and Canandaigua both locked up 75% records with wins today, but there will be more changes for other teams on Thursday and Friday.
May 14, 2019 - With five games played tonight we are now down to 12 games, including 9 tomorrow (Wednesday). Seeding was updated to tonight's games (HERE). Chairman Onze is watching those teams that still have games on Thursday, with hopes to get out seeding as soon as possible. We will publish the seedings here, as well as twitter, on Thursday night.
CARTHAGE — Brian Navarra’s Watertown boys lacrosse team peeled themselves off the dog pile in front of the net to shake hands with the Carthage players whose emotions couldn’t have been any more opposite that of the Cyclones.
In a Suburban Council girls’ lacrosse game, Grace Paliwodzinski scored six goals and had one assist, and McKenzie Ballard scored four goals and had three assists as Shenendehowa beat Guilderland 15-10 Tuesday. Amanda Nieman scored six goals, and Lauren Thompson added three for Guilderland.
Jim Maisano wasn't pleased when his West Seneca East boys lacrosse team gave up a shorthanded goal in the final minutes and trailed arch-rival West Seneca West by a goal – but also knew there was more to come.
Emily Hawryschuk has been feeling the love from both of her families.
Her parents, Nicholas and Melissa Hawryschuk, bring the Syracuse junior attack’s three younger siblings 70 miles from their Victor, N.Y. home to see her play home games, and they drive the family’s RV farther to make road games.
BATAVIA, NY… Six individuals that have been household names in the game of lacrosse will forever be known as Hall of Famers as the newest inductees in to the NJCAA Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Chuck Wilbur (CNS/Herkimer CC/Hobart), Rob Randall (Irondequoit/Herkimer CC/Nazareth), Tyson Bell (OCC), Vaughn Harris (OCC), Dan Garrett (Herkimer CC/Nazareth), and Peet Poillon (Hobart) will be inducted on Friday, May 17 at 6pm as part of the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships, hosted at Genesee Community College.
"He brings an edge and is a high character young man," said Quirk. "Nate had an outstanding career and particularly an amazing senior season. He was a prolific goal scorer and initiated a lot of offense for Syracuse."
Syracuse, N.Y. -- The high school boys lacrosse playoff season is here, and teams are poised to start playing for trips for sectionals and beyond.
Wednesday's seedings meeting will award tournament berths to teams who have won 40 percent of their games, either overall, in league play or against same-class competition.
Syracuse, N.Y. -- It’s nearly time for the 2019 Section III girls lacrosse playoffs. Brackets will be determined on Thursday morning and play will begin on Saturday with first-round games, probably all of them in Class D.
After adding two expansion teams for the second year in a row, with the New York Riptide and the new Rochester Knighthawks franchise, the National Lacrosse League has officially set the ceremonial expansion coin toss for Game 1 of the NLL Finals in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, May 18. The coin toss will determine which team will claim the first selection of the Expansion Draft to be held in July 2019.
Baldwinsville will enter the upcoming Class A sectional playoffs as one of, if not the hottest team in Section III, as the Bees wrapped up their regular season with a 12-9 home victory against Vestal on Monday. Baldwinsville is riding a nine-game winning streak and has a 13-3 record.
The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest and most successful lacrosse property in the world, today announced two combine locations in advance of the 2019 NLL Draft. These combines will be held on both sides of North America to find the next great box lacrosse players.
EDEN – The Springville girls lacrosse team played three games in about a week’s span with a loss at Eden on April 30, followed by home losses to Gowanda on May 2 and Williamsville East on May 7.
Of the three games, the matchup against Gowanda will be the team’s last after a pattern of bad sportsmanship hit a three-season apex this past week.
Erica Evans has been an important piece of Maryland’s offense in her first season as a graduate student after playing three years for Canisius — where she set the school’s all-time goal scoring record. She has scored in every one of the Terps’ games this season and now sits in a tie with Jen Giles with a team-high 53 goals.
GAFFNEY, S.C. — When a coach or an athlete accomplishes a big milestone in their career, it’s a feeling of satisfaction and hard work paying dividends.
For Oswego native Scott Tucker, his recent momentous 300th coaching victory with the Limestone College women’s lacrosse team —a 12-9 Saints’ win over Mount Olive in the Conference Carolinas Championship — came as a surprise to him until shortly after capturing the conference title.
CANTON — Aiden Knight scored three goals to lead the Canton boys lacrosse team to a 10-6 win over Ogdensburg Free Academy on Monday, clinching the Northern Athletic Conference championship for the Golden Bears (10-3 overall, 9-2 division).
Just a couple of days following an impressive road win against Fayetteville-Manlius, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team picked up another big victory Monday evening at home, knocking off perennial powerhouse Victor (Section V), 12-9.
Georgetown senior attack Taylor Gebhardt, the group’s featured lacrosse attraction for so many years and especially now in a NCAA Tournament game at Syracuse, stood idle many yards away from the action. It was an afternoon she had waited for all her life, and when it finally came she had a good view of how it all unfolded.
ROCHESTER, NY -- Three members of the RIT men's lacrosse team were honored by the Liberty League on Monday afternoon. Ryan Barnable (Whitby, Ontario/Donald A. Wilson) was named Liberty League Offensive Performer of the Week, Walker Hare (Libertyville, IL/Libertyville) earned Defensive Performer of the week honors and freshman Spencer Bell (Fairport) was named Rookie of the Week by the league for the week ending May 12, 2019.
The Onondaga men's lacrosse team defeated Mercer County Community College in the first round of the NJCAA National Tournament, 32-3 on Saturday. With the win the Lazers advanced to championship weekend fourteenth consecutive year.
With their victory over the Toronto Rock, the Buffalo Bandits have advanced to the National Lacrosse League Finals and will face off against the Calgary Roughnecks. This marks the first time that the Bandits have advanced to the NLL Finals since 2016. They are seeking their fifth NLL title in franchise history and first since 2008.
There were forty-six games played last week and lots of exciting ones. At the moment there are seventy-two out of section games scheduled and sixy-eight have been played. Section Five has won thirty-eight and the out of section teams have won thirty.
It was a weekend of high-powered offense, as only two of the 16 teams failed to score in double-digits. Penn State was especially impressive, scoring at a pace that appeared to be approaching the 30-goal mark.
But as I watched (and watched, and watched, and watched…), I saw a lot of familiar faces on my high-def, flat-screen TV. Faces I could name, and people I’ve known for years. In fact, I even received a text from a reader who said that seven of the 16 head coaches originally hailed from CNY… Well, for the record, I believe there were eight, but I guess it comes down to one’s definition of CNY.
After debuting its inaugural Media All-Americans at the end of the 2017 regular season, Inside Lacrosse is back with its third-annual survey of more than 20 people who cover lacrosse regularly and are tasked with honoring the highest performers this spring.
FO-TD Ierlan, Jr., Yale (Victor), D-Johnny Surdick, Sr., Army earn first-team status.
SUNY Cortland 13th-year head coach Steve Beville (West Genesee) has been chosen as the 2019 State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Paul Rose Men's Lacrosse Coach of the Year and freshman goalie Marc Esposito (West Babylon) has been named the league's Rookie of the Year in a vote of the league's coaches.
The final girls lacrosse games of the regular season are tonight, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sectional playoff seedings will be made Thursday morning.
Here's how we see the Top 10 teams in the area after last weekend:
Kyla Sears tallied three goals and four assists to lead the Princeton women’s lacrosse team over Loyola, 17-13, in the second round of the NCAA Division I tournament Sunday afternoon. Sears, a sophomore from Skaneateles, added one ground ball and one caused turnover.
Minnesota State High School League leaders won’t call it a shortage of game officials, but coaches and athletes in various sports have experienced frustration when availability of officials comes up short.
A new league-sponsored event designed to entice more young people to don a striped shirt and whistle takes place Tuesday. “College Student Official’s Night,” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Tartan High School in Oakdale, is aimed at recruiting high school seniors and current college students. Representatives from various sport officiating associations will answer questions for prospective officials.
Syracuse, N.Y. – Kole Pollock scored with 4.6 seconds left in the first half of the second overtime period to give fourth-ranked and third-seeded Adelphi University a 12-11 double-overtime win over the top-ranked and top-seeded Le Moyne College women's lacrosse team in the NCAA Championships East Region final on Sunday afternoon at Ted Grant Field. The Dolphins conclude the season with a 20-2 record, the second-most wins in the program's history.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Junior Emily Hawryschuk (Victor) scored five goals to lead No. 5/5 Syracuse to a 14-8 victory against No. 20/-- Georgetown in the second round of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament at the SU Soccer Stadium. The Orange advance to the quarterfinals where they will play at No. 4/4 Northwestern on Saturday, May 18.
GENEVA, N.Y.-The 13th-ranked William Smith College lacrosse team was defeated by No. 14 Bowdoin, 13-5, in a NCAA second round game on Boswell Field at David J Urick Stadium this afternoon. The Herons conclude their 2019 campaign with a 17-3 overall record. The 17 wins this season are second most in program history.
Syracuse, N.Y -- Even historically great women’s college lacrosse programs have to re-focus on smaller steps to success.
That’s where the Syracuse women’s lacrosse team finds itself now, and it slogged through a driving rain to keep moving ahead on Sunday.
The Onondaga Community College women’s lacrosse team defeated Monroe Community College 15-7 to win the NJCAA Region III championship title on Sunday on their own Charles R. Wilbur Field.
The Lazers (10-1) advance to the NJCAA national championship semifinal on Saturday in Arnold MD.