December 2008 Archives



Tuesday, December 30, 20086:0PM
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
There was no doubt Gait would make news in '08 -- it's the how that came as somewhat of a surprise.
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from ESPN:
Yeatman originally told Notre Dame that he wanted to transfer to North Carolina to continue his football and lacrosse careers. But it is believed that Notre Dame had refused to grant Yeatman's release to the Tar Heels because UNC is on Notre Dame's 2009 lacrosse schedule.
from NLL Insider:
After a slow start to last season, kicking off the year with a rough 1-4 record, the New York Titans came together mid-season for a second half that vaulted them into that insane four way knot-up for first in the East.
from TeachWNY.com:
Salary/Pay Scale: Salary per CCEA Contract
from Washington University, St. Louis:
Rosanne Naunheim, M.D. of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis discusses the damage created when having a concussion and a simple one page test coaches can use for a quick diagnosis.
Monday, December 29, 200811:30AM
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
He's one of the key reasons why the Bears could successfully defend their NCAA Division II men's lacrosse title in 2009.
Sunday, December 28, 20084:45PM
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from LoHud.com:
Number of regular season games cut, too.
Saturday, December 27, 20089:15AM
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from NLL Insider:
The Rochester Knighthawks are on the tail-end of an off-season that made even Amy Winehouse look semi-sane.
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
Paul is reunited with his twin brother, Gary, who came out of retirement to play for Rochester this past October.
Thursday, December 25, 200811:45AM
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from the LaxPower Forums:
Colorado among the five states sending teams
from Lacrosse Magazine:
LM pits lacrosse superstar against Father Christmas in unlikely one-on-one
Wednesday, December 24, 20087:15PM
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from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle:
“Paul resigned but it wasn’t a complete surprise,” Knighthawks general manager Regy Thorpe said today. "We both felt it was best for the team."
from the Baltimore Sun:
Boston is surrounded by lacrosse communities and they supported the games last year. Baltimore is a sure thing, with so many college fan bases within a 150-mile radius of the venue.
Tuesday, December 23, 200810:30PM
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from the Buffalo News:
from the Army Athletics:
Head coach Joe Alberici and the Black Knights will be on hand on Sunday, Jan. 25, inside the Foley Center at West Point and invite players to join them in their preparations for the 2009 season.
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
Fans will receive ballots as they enter the arena. All contestants must include their name, email address, and/or phone number on their ballots to be eligible. Once completed, the entry forms can be dropped off at the guest services booth in the upper atrium of the arena. There is no purchase necessary.
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
Play-by-play broadcaster Craig Rybczynski returns for his eighth season behind the microphone. Lacrosse radio veteran Brendan McDaniels and Knighthawks star forward John Grant will also provide color commentary on select broadcasts.
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from the Boiardi Foundation:
The Mario St. George Boiardi Foundation was established in 2007 to honor, celebrate, and memorialize the life, legacy, and dreams of Mario St. George Boiardi.
from Lacrosse Magazine:
He's actually an Ivy-educated native of Sleepy Hollow, N.Y. (then North Tarrytown) - located in Westchester County and a stone's throw from Manhattan - who played lacrosse for the legendary Richie Moran at Cornell.
from ILTV:
Lacrosse star Brett Queener shows us his collection of Vinyl records.
from NLL Insider:
Day 1 of the new National Lacrosse League season is nearly upon us and it got me to thinking … what part of the box lacrosse game is it that I like best? There are so many aspects beyond the offense and defense. Is it the goal in transition? The shut-down defender swinging his lumber? How about the shooter that rips it from 20 yards out?
Monday, December 22, 20084:45PM
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from the Rochester Knighthawks:
With season-ending injuries to perennial All-Pro John Grant and high-scoring Scott Evans, the Knighthawks made numerous moves to shore up their offense. This season, the team welcomes newcomers like NLL Hall of Famer Gary Gait, six-year NLL veteran Aaron Wilson and Major League Lacrosse star Joe Walters.
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
The Rochester Knighthawks will begin their 50 stop season ticket delivery promotion at 3:00 p.m. today as General Manager/defenseman Regy Thorpe and forward Shawn Evans will drop off tickets and posters to fans in Webster, Henrietta and downtown Rochester.
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
Rochester ends its scrimmages with a 1-2 record, having beaten Minnesota on November 30th, but then dropping a 14-13 decision to the rival Toronto Rock 14-13 on December 7th. Joe Walters, who did not play tonight, has led the team with five goals and two assists.
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
The rankings, compiled by Lacrosse Magazine staff after consultations with coaches, predict Northwestern to win its fifth straight NCAA Division I women's championship. Virginia has been tabbed as the preseason favorite to capture the NCAA Division I men's championship.
from Inside Lacrosse:
Defending NCAA champion Salisbury was led by player of the year Kylor Berkman on first team, but Gettysburg and Middlebury each had two selections to the top squad. Stevens, Cabrini, Stevenson, St. Mary’s, Ithaca, Wesleyan and Endicott also had first-team selections.
Sunday, December 21, 200811:45AM
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from NLL Insider:
As many of you likely saw last night on the league’s free webcast, the San Jose Stealth and Colorado Mammoth battled to overtime where SJ rookie Rhys Duch grabbed a feed from Cam Sedgwick to bury the game-winner 32 seconds in and seal the 12-11 victory.
from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
The Syracuse University men's lacrosse team will open preseason camp on Jan. 8, according to head coach John Desko. It is the same date the Orange opened last season, when it rebounded from a 5-8 mark in 2007 to win its 10th national championship. The date is a few weeks earlier than what had been the standard for SU prior to last season.
Saturday, December 20, 20082:00PM
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from Inside Lacrosse:
Defending NCAA champion NYIT earned three selections on first team, while Le Moyne, Mercyhurst and C.W. Post each earned two nods apiece. Rounding out the first team with one athlete each are Merrimack, Adelphi, Molloy and Dowling.
from Inside Lacrosse:
A year ago, coach Chuck Wilbur’s Onondaga squad watched as Nassau – which had eliminated the Lazers in the semifinals – took home NJCAA title No. 21 for the school in Garden City. But with the return of All Americans Ed Prevost, Vinnie Alexander and ‘07 first team All AA middie Jerome Thompson – not to mention a sparkling recruiting class – the Lazers are looking like the early team to beat once more in 2009.
from Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook:
Face-Off Yearbook: Top D-I Units for 2009
Friday, December 19, 20086:30AM
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
The Rochester Knighthawks went from a Champion's Cup in 2007 to missing the National Lacrosse League playoffs for the first time in franchise history in 2008.
from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
The Liverpool High School girls' lacrosse team will host an Applebee's Flapjack fundraiser breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. Sunday at the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar on Route 31, Clay.
from Hofstra Athletics:
Last season, the 5-9 midfielder was named First-Team All-League and also was selected to the All-Greater Rochester team. Maier led Honeoye Falls-Lima High School to New York State's Class C Lacrosse semifinal round.
from Lacrosse Magazine:
Thursday, December 18, 20086:45AM
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from US Lacrosse:
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), the organization that writes rules for high school sports (including boys’ lacrosse), has not adopted any revisions in stick specifications for boys’ lacrosse.
from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium: Add a new concession building, storage area and bathrooms, and reconstruct the parking lot so it's more accessible. Cost: $1.32 million.
from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
Town board members said Wednesday night the proposed project does not fit the development plan for the Route 92 corridor. The plan adopted in 2001 aims to keep the area primarily residential, limit commercial development and control traffic growth.
Wednesday, December 17, 20083:45PM
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from Brown Athletics:
A midfielder, Vitkus was a Second Team All-Ivy selection this past spring, leading the Bears scoring efforts with 40 points, 31 goals, and nine assists.
from LoHud.com:
Since the latest enrollment figures placed Yorktown in Class B for the 2009 season, the ‘Huskers had to formally petition to remain in Class A. Yesterday, that request was granted.
from Canisius Athletics:
Mearns, a two-time graduate of the College, led the Golden Griffin men’s lacrosse program to its first MAAC Championship in 2008, advancing to the NCAA Tournament to face No. 3 Syracuse.
from LaxPower:
" . . . when Yeatman mentioned his No. 1 hopeful target was North Carolina — the school Weis and Yeatman's father, Dennis, talked him out of going to three years ago — Weis wished him well."
Tuesday, December 16, 20083:45PM
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from Hobart Athletics:
"It gives me great pleasure to announce our captains for the 2009 season,” Johnson said. “Being a captain for one of the oldest programs in the country requires character, responsibility, and work ethic and I commend their teammates for their selections. As a first-year head coach at Hobart, I could not have asked for a better group of leaders."
from LoudounTimes.com:
In the early part of this decade, the local youth league encompassed the entire county, and college offerings to high school players were rare. Now, the Loudoun Youth Lacrosse League comprises four branches -- Algonkian, Ashburn, Dulles South and Western -- and Loudoun talent is starting to percolate to the highest heights of the collegiate ranks.
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
Matt offers advice on designing a wall for your program
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from Inside Lacrosse:
The ace up ’Cuse’s sleeve is Onondaga Community College transfer Cody Jamieson, who is likely to immediately step into the starting lineup despite not practicing with the Orange in the fall.
from Albany Athletics:
UAlbany heads to the west coast to start its schedule with games against Saint Mary’s, Calif, Stanford and California. All three schools compete in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.
from NLL Insider:
It was unofficially announced during the Power-Play sports radio show on WSYL 1040 earlier this evening that Rochester Knighthawks power forward, Scott Evans, will be missing the upcoming 2009 NLL season due to a knee injury, with sources telling NLL Insider that the injury is ACL related.
Monday, December 15, 20088:00PM
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from the Chicago Tribune:
Where Yeatman heads now -- and which sport he plays -- is unclear. Corrigan said there is a "one-time transfer exception" in lacrosse which, if granted, would allow Yeatman to play immediately at another school.
from Hofstra Athletics:
Tickets and parking passes to the 2009 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals at Hofstra University are now on sale. The Quarterfinals will return to Long Island on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at James M. Shuart Stadium. Game times are noon and 3 PM.
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from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
Sphere . . . would create a clubhouse and grass ball field for soccer, lacrosse and Pop Warner football, Wendler said. The field and clubhouse would cost an estimated $400,000.
from Lebanon Valley College Athletics:
Both men's and women's lacrosse teams will begin competition in 2010. Haus, who will also carry the title of director of lacrosse, will begin to coordinate the start of both programs on Jan. 5. A search will be conducted for a women's head coach to be hired in the summer of 2009.
from the Santa Clarita Valley (Ca) Signal:
Slowly but surely, the area is catching up to other parts of California, which boasts the third-largest amount of varsity programs in the country behind New York and Maryland. San Diego and Northern California have had lacrosse for many years, and Orange County started to pick up on the sport shortly before it came to Los Angeles around the turn of the century.
Sunday, December 14, 200811:30AM
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from Inside Lacrosse:
Matt Kerwick, Cornell goailies, Army's revenge.
from the Denver Post:
Among the selling points, the league-leading and record-setting attendance marks of the Mammoth and Outlaws and the growth of the youth game, as evidenced by 30 Colorado prep players recruited by Division I schools in the past two years.
Saturday, December 13, 20081:15PM
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from the Elmira Star-Gazette:
"They're an up-and-coming team, and they're a bunch of great guys and coaches, and I just can't wait to get there."
from the Rochester Knighthawks:
The Knighthawks will open the season at home on Saturday, January 10th against the rival Philadelphia Wings . . .
from NLL.com:
The Boston Blazers selected goaltender Anthony Cosmo with the first selection in a dispersal draft held by the National Lacrosse League . . .
from Lacrosse Magazine:
A year after labor turmoil forced the folding of the Arizona Sting, which was just two years removed from an appearance in the National Lacrosse League's Champion's Cup finals, the league announced on Friday evening that the Chicago Shamrox would suspend operations immediately.
from NLL.com:
The revised schedule includes a return of lacrosse legend Gary Gait to Colorado, when the Mammoth host the Rochester Knighthawks on April 3.
from Colgate Athletics:
Colgate's first four opponents each reached the NCAA tournament last season including Canisius who the Raiders kick off the season with at home on Feb. 13.
Friday, December 12, 20086:30AM
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from the Auburn Citizen:
While the Jordan-Elbridge Central School District can now move forward in its plans to give each of its buildings a facelift, upgrades to athletic fields will have to wait for another time.
from the Baltimore Sun:
On two out of the next five weekends, you may notice a whole lot more people wearing lacrosse jackets and all other types of logo wear identifying folks as belonging to lacrosse programs from all over the nation. The reason for this is that the IMLCA Coaches Clinic and US Lacrosse Coaches Convention are both being held in Baltimore this year.
Thursday, December 11, 20084:00PM
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from Inside Lacrosse:
Joe Sofio, one of the doc’s executive producers and the head of Built Entertainment, which is distributing the film, is interviewd by Inside Lacrosse.
from RPI Athletics:
He will serve the team as it prepares for and competes in the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship in Manchester, England.
from the Baltimore Sun:
Baltimore is among the final four contenders in trying to land the NCAA men's lacrosse championship tournament for the years 2010 through 2012.
from Lacrosse Magazine:
It's time to break the NCAC's stranglehold on Pool B
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from Inside Lacrosse:
From Lacrosse.com, a teaser for the upcoming CP Legend line of equipment from Brine.
from Major League Lacrosse:
On Monday, MLL announced that the Chicago Machine would forfeit the first overall pick due to a training camp violation which took place prior to the 2008 season. Therefore, the San Francisco Dragons made the first pick in this year’s Supplemental Draft and selected defenseman Sean McCarthy.
from Albany Athletics:
UAlbany begins its tenth season at the NCAA Division I level on Saturday, Feb. 21 against Denver, one of four NCAA participants from last year on the schedule. The Pioneers will be the first opponent to play at the enhanced John Fallon Field, a facility that now has permanent seating for 2,000 with upgraded press box and media areas.
from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle:
When PAETEC Holding Corp. initially signed a 12-year, $23 million deal for the naming rights to Rochester's to-be-built downtown soccer stadium, it was an 18-month-old telecommunications firm trying to build its name.
Wednesday, December 10, 20085:45AM
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
NCAA's all-time leading draw specialist sheds secrets to her success
from Major League Lacrosse:
The Supplemental Draft consists of seven (7) rounds with each round containing ten (10) picks.
from US Lacrosse:
The tryout camp is by invitation only. To be considered for a tryout invitation, players must submit an on-line application (see below) and pay the $50 application fee by Friday, January 30. In addition, you must be a current member of US Lacrosse.
Tuesday, December 9, 20086:30AM
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from Inside Lacrosse:
The 2008 IMLCA Convention will be taking place this weekend (December 11-12) at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriot in the city's 'Harbor East' neighborhood just east of downtown.
from NLL Insider:
NLL Insider has learned from several sources that the current Chicago Shamrox’s ownership group, headed by Kevin Loughery Jr., is currently in the midst of trying to sell the franchise with an apparent deadline of this coming Wednesday.
from Cnylink.com:
Come February, voters in the Liverpool Central School District will get another chance to decide if the high school stadium, track and field will be repaired.
Monday, December 8, 20087:30PM
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from the Rochester Knighthawks:
The Knighthawks were led by five points from Joe Walters (3+2) and three points from Shawn Evans (2+1) and two goals from Aaron Wilson. Toronto got three goals from Luke Wiles and two goals each from Jason Crosbie, John Gignac.
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from Marist Athletics:
"We are extremely excited about this class and feel that we have a very talented group of players coming in," Nelson said. "This class will help our overall athleticism as a program and is balanced with skilled players at each position. Although we had a late start, the success that we have had with this class shows what a great opportunity Marist College and our lacrosse program present to student-athletes."
from Inside Lacrosse:
Pro lacrosse goalie Brett Queener shows you Penn Yan, NY and shoots around with friends.
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from Shutout Goalie Academy:
Informational flyer in pdf format.
from The Boston Globe:
Duxbury's Hakeem Lecky has four catches for 88 yards and a touchdown in victory.
from Laxidazical’ Ramblings:
A nice highlight of the weekend was running into Mikey Powell down at the UT fields. Mrs. Jman and I were headed back from lunch (check out Mandola’s if you are ever down by ‘The Triangle’), and she saw Mikey hanging out by the entrance gate.
from Inside Lacrosse:
Team Rochester made adjustments in game two improving their offense and defense. Leading by a 3 goal margin at halftime, it seemed that Rochester was poised to set-up an exciting third game rubber-match.
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from Inside Lacrosse:
Senior attackman and Georgetown commit Zac Guy has moved on to Tully, but brothers Miles and Lyle Thompson have rejoined the team after spending the last three year in Canada.
Sunday, December 7, 20081:15PM
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from Le Moyne Athletics:
January 2-3, two grade levels limited to 50 kids each.
from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle:
Youth lacrosse and hockey players seeking lessons from professionals in their favorite sports can receive one-on-one and group instruction later this month from members of the Rochester Americans and Knighthawks.
from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle:
Fall isn't normally the peak lacrosse time, but for nearly 1,500 youths ages 6-to-17, November was the perfect month to showcase their lacrosse skills.
from Syracuse.com:
Congratulations!
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from Submission:
Rochester falls to Ontario in Brogden Cup
Team Rochester lost to Ontario in the the adidas Brogden Cup Lacrosse Series, a best two-out-of-three series 15-11 and 17-16.
Saturday, December 6, 20086:30AM
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from the Baltimore Sun:
. . . But peering over the madras of fields, each lined with woolen bundled coaches who’ve carried portable lawn chairs, clipboards and tournament roster notebooks from field to field all day, I wondered how they knew who they wanted to see, where to go, whether they could see enough in this format to make good decisions and many more questions. So I asked.
Friday, December 5, 20083:30PM
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from Lacrosse Magazine:
It's been nearly four years since Hall of Famer Gary Gait played the last of his 174 National Lacrosse League regular season games. Ironically, it came in Rochester as a member of the Colorado Mammoth - in the same Blue Cross Arena, in fact, where the 41-year-old has decided to come back as an active player with the Knighthawks this winter.
from the Cedar Rapids Gazette:
Flanagan is headed to hometown St. Lawrence University in upstate New York next year to play hockey. But there always was a part of him that thought lacrosse, which is kind of hockey on grass, was the way to go.
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from Inside Lacrosse:
STX announced this week that Steven Brooks, the standout Syracuse University midfielder and 6th overall pick in 2008 collegiate draft, has joined the Baltimore-based lacrosse equipment manufacturer.
from ILTV:
Steven Brooks throws his hat in the ring for the '09 Laxie for 'Personality of the Year.' (1:26)
from the The Chronicle-Express:
The Mustang Laxer duo will be attending Jacksonville University in Florida next fall. They will be part of the 2010 Jacksonville University D-I Lacrosse team, the first Florida school to field a Division I lacrosse team. Jacksonville is coached by former Hobart College Head Coach Matt Kerwick.
Thursday, December 4, 20083:15PM
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from Syracuse Athletics:
Six games against participants in last year’s NCAA Tournament, including four-time defending national champion Northwestern, highlight the Syracuse women’s lacrosse 2009 schedule. The Orange will host seven games in the Carrier Dome, three of which will be against BIG EAST Conference opponents.
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from Inside Lacrosse:
The 2008 Brogden Cup will be played at The First Academy, Payne Stewart Athletic Complex and Stadium in Orlando, Florida on Friday, December 5 and Saturday, December 6. Both team rosters list some of the best high school lacrosse talent and top college recruits in North America.
from Inside Lacrosse:
Today, we’ll assess the early returns. Below is a list of fall ’08 junior verbal commitments. Now, I’m sure there could be more verbal commitments that have been made, but these have been confirmed by a reliable source or by a published report (you can peruse the Recruiting Roundup archives for more details.)
from Inside Lacrosse:
Typically, coaches work with an athletic department “Admissions liaison” that can assist them in requesting “early reads” for prospects. If families have cultivated a strong relationship with the coach, this request will likely be honored and could be a real time saver by providing recruits with an accurate idea of their chances in admissions. Below are some important points to consider regarding pre-reads . . .
from Inside Lacrosse:
The Mercer Island varsity will be returning to New York state in 2009 for their annual spring trip. In addition to playing traditional powerhouses Corning East (Sec.4), Lakeland/Panas (Sec.1) & Guilderland (Sec.2), they will also be playing West Genesee high school (Sec.3), the defending New York state champions.
Wednesday, December 3, 20083:45PM
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from US Lacrosse:
US Lacrosse is conducting a tryout to select players to the team to represent the United States at the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Manchester, England. The 2010 Men’s Senior team tryouts will take place starting with check-in on Sunday, June 7, 2009 through check-out on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI (Providence).
from ILTV:
Follow the life of Mikey Powell as cameras capture his past year on and off the field. (MikeyPowellDVD.com) (3:19)
from US Lacrosse:
The event, sponsored by Champion® Athleticwear, will include the U.S. women’s national team program, Japan’s women’s national team, Duke University, University of Virginia, University of Maryland’s women’s lacrosse teams and Rollins College and University of Florida’s WDIA club team.
from Coach B's Lacrosse Blog:
#6 and #11 are tough, but most of the rest of what he wishes for can be found right here in upstate NY.
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from The News & Observer:
Athletes in sports such as football, lacrosse and soccer have baseline assessments done before the start of the season as an aid in evaluating students who later have concussions.
from Our Sports Central:
"The organization is extremely excited to have Marshall back for one more year," said Thorpe. "We feel Marshall is a very big part of our puzzle as we move forward for the Champion's Cup. He still is one of the premier defenders in the league and I look forward to battling with him this year."
from NLL Insider:
Playing in a Nation’s Cup game this summer, Bucktooth was knocked to the ground and his arm was trapped awkwardly underneath him. A later MRI revealed a complete tear in the rotator cuff, so Bucktooth’s gonna be busy with rehab.
from US Lacrosse:
The "full ride" is one of many myths that student-athletes and their parents may encounter when navigating the NCAA athletic scholarship maze during the recruiting process. Time to shed some light on that and several other commonly held misconceptions.
Tuesday, December 2, 20083:00PM
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from US Lacrosse:
The University of Detroit Mercy first spotted me at a recruiting tournament over the summer. We had been in contact via e-mail and, after July 1, on the phone. The coaches had asked me to consider taking a visit to see the campus during my senior year. So on Oct. 24, I began an official visit to a Division I school.
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from Inside Lacrosse TV:
Lacrosse star Brett Queener shows you a Queener Thanksgiving complete with car ride and football game. (6:36)
from Inside Lacrosse:
FCA Lacrosse, one of nine national sport ministries of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is excited to announce the 5th Annual Rochester All-Nighter taking place this Friday, December 5th from 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Rochester Rattler Joe Walters headlines a great staff of college coaches and players who will provide top level instruction for players of all positions, experience, and skill level.
from Major League Lacrosse:
The 2009 Supplemental Draft will take place on Wednesday, December 10 at 2 PM ET via conference call.
from LaxPower:
“We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to educate and train lacrosse officials and provide them with the best tools and services,” said Nathaniel Badder, US Lacrosse’s manager of officials education and training. “Knowledgeable officials are crucial to growing the sport of lacrosse responsibly. NASO has been - and will continue to be - a great resource for US Lacrosse while we further develop our officials’ education and training programs.”
from the Syracuse Post-Standard:
Kenneally has 35 years of lacrosse coaching experience, with the last 15 years as head coach at F-M. His own playing experience began at West Genesee High School, followed by State University College at Brockport and club teams.
Monday, December 1, 200812:30PM
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from Inside Lacrosse TV:
Highlights from the Second Annual Fall Lacrosse Classic at Shoreham-Wading River, November 23rd. Sixteen teams involved in the tournament and between them have won over 30 state titles.



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