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2019 LAXABUNGA Indoor Lacrosse Tournament

February 23 - 24 / Milton, NY
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Girls & Adults play on Saturday, February 23rd - Girls 1/2 • Girls 3/4 • Girls 5/6 • Girls 7/8 • JV Girls • HS Girls

Boys play on Sunday, February 24th - Boys 1/2• Boys 3/4 • Boys 5/6 • Boys 7/8 • JV Boys • HS Boys

2019 SPRING FLING Indoor Lacrosse Tournament

Saturday, March 23, 2019/ Milton, NY
Tournament Information

Divisions: Boys & Girls Grades: 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 JV High School

2019 Heath Baker Memorial Tournament

May 11 / Midlakes Campus, Clifton Springs, NY

2019 Bandits Brawl Shootout

May 18 / Maine Memorial School, Maine, NY
Tournament Homepage

Divisions: K/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, & JV
A & B Divisions for each level
A -Travel, club and scholastic teams who choose to play in more competitive division. B - Scholastic teams only

2019 Upstate Lacrosse Festival

May 19 / Fayetteville-Manlius HS
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Boys Lacrosse
2023-2024 Gold & Silver Divisions
2025-2026 Gold & Silver Divisions
2027-2028 Gold & Silver Divisions
2029-2030 Division

8 Teams per division/ 3 games played.

2019 Fairport Classic Tounament

May 19 / Fairport HS, Fairport NY
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Early bird pricing if registered before April 1st.

Boys & Girls divisions for grades 1/2, 3/4, and 5/6 (No elite, club, or travel teams)

2019 Indian River Lacrosse Festival

June 1, Indian River High School, Philadelphia NY
Geneva Youth Lacrosse Homepage

Boy's K/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, JV Divisions
Girl's 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 Divisions

2019 Battle On the Seneca

June 1 & 2, Geneva High School, Geneva NY

2019 E.R. Lacrosse Dick's Sporting Goods Lax Jamboree - Girls

June 1 - 2 / CNY Family Sports Center, Baldwinsville/Syracuse, NY
Tournament Homepage

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

June 1 - 2 / Keuka College Athletic Fields Complex / Penn Yan, NY
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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
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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 Girls of Summer Classic

Youth - Saturday, June 8 / Varsity and JV - Sunday, June 9 / Tully NY

2019 Orange CRUSH College Recruiting Showcase

Sunday, June 9 / F-M High School Manlius NY
Showcase Homepage

INVITATION ONLY - High School or Club Coaches Recommendation
Top Upstate New York High School Players In The Classes of 2020, 2021, & 2022

2019 Irondequoit Invitational Lacrosse Tournament

June 15 - 16 / Irondequoit, NY

2019 Sweetlax Summer Invitational & Summer Showdown

June 22 - 23 / Pittsford NY

2019 Lax In The Woods Tournament

June 23 / Honeoye High School NY

2019 Northstar Capital City Classic

June 29 - 30 / SUNY Albany NY
Girls Tournament

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2019 High Peaks Summit Classic

June 29 - 30 / Lake Placid NY
Men's Tournament

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2019 Baldwinsville Star Spangled Tournament

June 29 - June 30
Saturday, June 29 for Club Teams - Sunday, June 30 for School Teams Tournament Home

2019 Lake Placid Summit Youth Lacrosse Classic


July 1 - 3 / Lake Placid NY

2019 Saratoga Springs Lacrosse Shootout

July 5 - July 7 / Saratoga Springs NY
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Tournament Details

Boy’s Only
10U: 2027/2028
12U: 2025/2026 Gold & Silver
14U: 2023/2024 Gold & Silver
16U: 2021/2022

2019 - 1812 Shootout Tournament - First Weekend

July 6 - 7 / Sackets Harbor NY
July 7 - Boys, Grades 5-6, 7-8
July 8 - Boys, Grades 1-2, 3-4, and JV

2019 - 1812 Shootout Tournament - Second Weekend

July 13 - 14 / Sackets Harbor NY
July 14 - Girls Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, JV
July 15 - Boys Varsity, Girls Varsity

2019 Lake George Invitational

July 13 - 14 / Golden Goal Sports Park. Lake George, NY
For 2027, 2026, 2025, 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021, and 2020 classes.

2019 Albany Power - RPI Summer Shootout

July 19 - 21 / RPI Campus / Rensselaer NY
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Divisions - U13, U15, U18

2019 Northstar Girls Invitational

July 29 - August 1 / Lake Placid

2019 Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic


2019 Lake Placid Summit Sevens Tournament (Girls)


August 7 - 8 / Lake Placid, NY
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Divisions: Boys 2018-21, Girls 2018-21, Girls 2022-23 Girls Divisions



10:15AM
from Colgate Athletics
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Colgate fans should be hard-pressed to show too much disappointment with the 11-6 loss to No. 3 Maryland here Tuesday night.

Three games into the 2019 season, the No. 16 Raiders continue to open eyes and impress the experts throughout the lacrosse world.

from Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
Thompson, who was the target of ignorant remarks about his hairstyle at Wells Fargo Arena in January, reflects on the incident and how it may have advanced the conversation concerning Native American lacrosse players. He also touches on his joy of being a father.

from Canisius Athletics
Furman used a big third quarter to take control of the contest and held off a fourth-quarter rally from Canisius to record a 12-10 victory in collegiate men's lacrosse action Tuesday at Paladin Stadium in Greenville, S.C.

from Canisius Athletics
Wednesday's contest will be the 11th meeting all-time between Canisius and Robert Morris and first since March 24, 2014. The Golden Griffins have a 10-0 record all-time against the Colonials, including a 5-0 mark in Joe Walton Stadium.

from Syracuse.com
Syracuse, N.Y. -- As naturally and thoroughly as Syracuse lacrosse short-stick middie Peter Dearth thumps his opponents, it’s easy to forget that wasn’t always his primary responsibility on the field.

Dearth used to score goals, and lots of them. That can be an addicting sensation.

from Oswego County News
“We’ve got eight teams signed up right now, including the Laker men’s lacrosse team, Oswego Minor Hockey, the Hibernians, and, of course, the Bearded Brethren,” said Volunteer Event Organizer Dan Witmer, who has had a hand in all 13 fundraisers, “and I’m hearing conversations about new ones getting in on the fun. It’s not too late to get involved; that’s for sure!”

from The Daily Orange
As Morgan Widner sprung into the air to catch her third-straight uncontested draw, Coastal Carolina’s head coach Kristen Selvage simultaneously jumped with her. But for a different reason.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
The Rochester Knighthawks will battle their oldest rival, the Buffalo Bandits, on a night where the organization throws it back to the first year of Knighthawks’ lacrosse.

On Party Like it’s 1995 Night, fans can celebrate the freshest decade of all as they enjoy musical hits from the ‘90s and other special themed promotions. The organization will also bring back members of the 1995 team. Faceoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena.

from the Buffalo Bandits
Are you ready for this? The Bandits have put themselves right at the top of the National Lacrosse League, riding a four-game winning streak TO a solid 8-2 record.

from LaxAllStars.com
We are quickly moving towards the first real NJCAA men’s lacrosse action of the 2019 season so our spring preview rolls on with an official Top 10 preseason poll from the NJCAA, more team by team previews, and more info on the Junior College lacrosse world. Dive right in, the water is only getting warmer!

12:15AM
from Army West Point Athletics
WEST POINT, N.Y. – Ahead just 3-2 at halftime, the No. 13/15 Army West Point men's lacrosse team produced a strong second half on both ends of the field to defeat Hudson Valley rival Marist, 10-4, on Tuesday evening.

from The NJCAA
Onondaga #1, Genesee #3, Monroe #9.

from Syracuse Athletics
Sunday's men's lacrosse game not only features another top-15 test in the Dome, but it'll also be Military Appreciation Day.

The No. 17 Orange will host No. 15 Army West Point at 4 p.m. on Sunday. The day will feature numerous promotions to honor those who are and have served in the military, but the highlight is discounted tickets for military members. Syracuse is offering a $2 ticket opportunity for all active and retired military members (Limit of 4 per military ID). This ticket is only available to purchase when gates open on Sunday for the men's game starting at 2:30 p.m. at the outside ticket booths of the Carrier Dome at Gate A, B, C, and E.

from JustLacrosse Upstate

Tuesday February 19, 2019 10:15AM
from Hobart Athletics
Hobart College senior Matthew Pedicine and first-year Jason Knox were honored by the Northeast Conference for their play last week. Pedicine was named the NEC Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week while Knox earned the Rookie of the Week award.

In addition to conference honors, Pedicine was also named the Warrior/US Lacrosse National Player of the Week.

Taylor VanThof - Livonia / Loyola University
from Loyola Athletics

from Syracuse Athletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- No. 8/7 Syracuse once again jumped out to a big lead in the first half and defeated Coastal Carolina, 18-5, in the Carrier Dome. Twelve different players scored at least one goal for the Orange as they equaled their highest output of the season.

from Syracuse Athletics
A career day from Bradley Voigt headlined the Orange's win over #14 Albany, earning him ACC Offensive Player of the Week. Voigt, who scored six goals and chipped in an assist, tripled his previous career high in goals. The senior from Penn Yan, N.Y. single-handedly outscored Albany in 'Cuse's 13-5 win.

from Canisius Athletics
Canisius men's lacrosse juniors Mathieu Boissonneault and Holden Garlent and freshman Jacob Buck (Churchville-Chili)were all recognized as the trio swept the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference's weekly awards on Monday.

from The Daily Orange
On the net closest to Syracuse’s bench, white jerseys grouped in four lines and tossed a ball between them. Shots whipped into twine as SU prepped for its season opener. Feeders flicked passes to shooters, and all movement was directed toward four multi-colored square patches placed in the corners of the cage. It would be the last time the Orange routinely found the back of the net on Feb. 8.

from Colgate Athletics
Two top 10 teams, on the road, in the first three games? Colgate completes that challenge with Tuesday's trip to No. 3 Maryland. The Raiders and Terrapins are meeting for the 11th time and first since 2013. Colgate this week inched up to 16th in InsideLacrosse.com Media Poll and 17th in the USILA Coaches Poll. Matt Karweck has begun his head coaching career with two victories in two attempts, including a 12-9 triumph at then No. 10 Syracuse in his coaching debut. Nicky Petkevich was included on last week's USILA Team of the Week. (Video BTNPlus)

from US Lacrosse
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has announced the names of 55 individuals that will serve in on- and off-field officiating capacities at the 2019 FIL U19 Women’s World Championship in Peterborough, Ontario. The group includes 17 officials from the United States.

from US Lacrosse
SPARKS, Md. — The time is drawing near for the next crop of the nation’s top players to chase their dreams of suiting up for the United States. US Lacrosse has announced the selection process for the team that will represent the country in the Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s U19 World Championship in Limerick, Ireland from July 9-18, 2020.

Applications will go live on the US Lacrosse web site on Monday, March 11. All applicants must be active US Lacrosse members and per FIL age requirements, their birthdate must fall between Sept. 1, 2000 (under-19 as of Aug. 31 in the year preceding the championship) and July 8, 2004 (at least 16 on the day prior to the championship beginning).

Monday February 18, 2019 10:15AM
from Inside Lacrosse
Cornell #4, Army West Point #13, Colgatee #16, Syracuse #17.

from NLL.com
The Buffalo Bandits snagged a come from behind win over the visiting Calgary Roughnecks 12-10 Saturday night at the Key Bank Center. While the Bandits certainly were never out of the contest, they were down 8-6 at halftime, and it was clear at that point that the Roughnecks controlled the tempo of the game. A strong all-around performance in the second half boosted the orange and black to get the win.

12:15AM
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
So there I was, at Lake Highland Prep School in Orlando on Saturday, soaking in the sun, watching my first live men’s college lacrosse game of 2019. The campus was buzzing, as there were two high school scrimmages earlier, as well as an all-day-long water polo tournament. That’s right – high school water polo. Outside, no less (I tell you; Florida is a different world!).

from Le Moyne Athletics
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. – Ryan Gibbons registered 19 saves and Bobby Chillianis recorded five points to lead 15th-ranked Mercy College to a 10-7 upset win over the second-ranked Le Moyne College men's lacrosse team on Sunday afternoon in non-conference action at Mercy Field.

from Syracuse Athletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Two days after hosting No. 1 Boston College, No. 15/11 Syracuse returns to the field to take on Coastal Carolina on Monday, Feb. 18. Opening draw is set for 5 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. Admission and parking are free. Fans can watch the game on ACC Network Extra and the Watch ESPN app. Live audio will also be available on WJPZ 89.1FM in Syracuse.

from Niagara University Athletics
VESTAL, N.Y. – In their first road game of the season, the Niagara University women's lacrosse team came away victorious following a nail-biting 11-9 win at Binghamton. The Purple Eagles (2-0, 0-0 MAAC) tied the game on five separate occasions before taking their first lead with 11 minutes left, then staved off two tying goals from the Bearcats (0-2, 0-0 America East) by reclaiming the lead for good with 1:48 to go.

from RIT Athletics
DELAWARE, OH -- The No. 3 RIT (1-0) men's lacrosse team began the 2019 season with a convincing 19-9 win at No. 11 Ohio Wesleyan (0-1) Sunday afternoon. Six different Tigers tallied two or more goals as the Tigers won their sixth straight season opener.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
Coach Rowan: “It’s such a great feeling to get the win today. I’m so proud of the girls’ effort, they’ve been working so hard and I’m so happy for them. We were making some better decisions overall in the second half and putting our shots away. We were getting our chances in the first have but we weren’t taking that extra second to finish our shots. It says so much about the players as people and their character that they were able to finish and play the full 60 minutes and never stop to the end. I’m really proud of their composure.”

from Army West Point
The Black Knights pick up their third straight win of the season


Sunday February 17, 2019 10:50AM
from Hobart Athletics
LOUDONVILLE, N.Y.—The Hobart College lacrosse team improved to 2-0 with a 22-12 win at Siena College this afternoon. The Statesmen broke team, conference and national records against the Saints.

from Syracuse.com
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Syracuse goalie Drake Porter was hit by the lacrosse equivalent of a truck on Saturday. Not once, but twice. And he lived to laugh about it.

from Cornell Athletics
VILLANOVA, Pa. – Junior captain Caroline Allen tallied a career-high five goals, but the Cornell women's lacrosse comeback bid came up just short in its season-opener Saturday afternoon at Villanova Stadium. The Big Red fell to Villanova by a final score of 13-12.

from the Buffalo Bandits
It’s very rare this season to find a game in which the Buffalo Bandits went down early and trailed most of the way. That was the case on Saturday night against the visiting Calgary Roughnecks, but Buffalo used a second-half rally to defeat Calgary 12-10 at KeyBank Center.

from Mercy College Athletics
Live video of the game should be available at the link above.

12:15AM
from Army West Point Athletics
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Thanks to a four-goal run in the first two quarters, the #19 Army West Point men's lacrosse team came out on top of #8/10 Rutgers, 10-9.

For the second week in a row, the Black Knights took down a ranked opponent and are now 2-0 to start the 2019 season.

from Army West Point Athletics
WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army West Point women's lacrosse team set a program record with 22 goals on Saturday in its triumph over Hartford.

from The Daily Orange
By beating No. 15 Albany (0-1), 13-5, No. 20 Syracuse (1-1) avoided starting its season with two-straight losses for the first time since 1974. The defense clamped down and the offense flourished, led by Bradley Voigt’s six goals. And by fixing the things that went wrong in the season-opening loss to Colgate — clears, faceoffs and ground balls — the Orange avenged 2018’s 15-3 drubbing from the Great Danes.

from Syracuse Athletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- No. 15/11 Syracuse jumped out to an early lead, but No. 1/1 Boston College mounted a comeback and held on for a 14-12 victory in the Carrier Dome. The game was the ACC opener for both teams.

from Colgate Athletics
VESTAL, N.Y. – No. 18 Colgate avoided a letdown, fought through an early deficit and posted a comfortable 16-10 victory over Binghamton.

from Canisius Athletics
Canisius scored six times in the fourth quarter to erase a two-goal deficit and defeat Mercer, 13-10, in collegiate men's lacrosse action Saturday at Five Star Stadium in Macon, Ga.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
Another Saturday marked by upsets and down-to-the-wire finishes has left Division I men’s lacrosse in a state of blissful chaos.

Parity? Yes, indeed.

from Syracuse Athletics
The Syracuse lacrosse team (1-1) was dominant in every fashion against No. 14 Albany (0-1), bouncing back in impressive fashion from their season-opening loss, with a 13-5 dominant win over No. 14 Albany in the Dome.

Saturday February 16, 2019 9:45AM
from Syracuse Athletics
After a disappointing opener, Syracuse looks to rebound by welcoming their first ranked opponent of 2019 to the Carrier Dome. The game will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra with Noah Eagle and Ryan Powell on air. Brian Higgins and Kyle Fetterly will call the action on TK99/105, Cuse.com and the TuneIn App, while WAER will also carry the game.

SYRACUSE vs. #14 ALBANY
Game Details Saturday, February 16 | Carrier Dome  | 4 p.m.
Game Coverage Live Coverage: Stats
Watch:  ACC Network Extra
Listen: Cuse.com | Tk99/105 | Syracuse Sports Network from Learfield IMG College 
             TuneIn | WAER
Tickets: Season Tickets Single-game Tickets | Walk-ups welcome!
Twitter: @CuseMLAX
Instagram: @CuseMLAX
Facebook: /CuseMLAX
Syracuse Links News | Roster Schedule  | Game Notes (PDF)
Albany Links News Roster | Schedule  | Game Notes (PDF)

 

from SUNY Albany Athletics
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The most anticipated season in University at Albany men’s lacrosse history begins Saturday, Feb. 16, when the No. 14-ranked Great Danes face Syracuse at the Carrier Dome. Faceoff is set for 4 p.m.

from Canisius Athletics
The Golden Griffins continue their season-opening road swing Saturday with a 1 p.m. contest against Southern Conference opponent Mercer. Canisius concludes its three-game trek Feb. 19 with a 7 p.m. matchup against SoCon member Furman.

from Cornell Athletics
ITHACA, N.Y. – For the fourth straight season, the Cornell women's lacrosse team opens its season against Villanova. The Big Red and Wildcats square off at 1 p.m. Saturday on at Villanova Stadium.

from Syracuse Athletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- No. 15/11 Syracuse welcomes No. 1/1 Boston College to the Carrier Dome on Saturday, Feb. 16. Opening draw is set for 12 p.m. Admission and parking are free of charge. Fans can watch the game on ACC Network Extra and on the Watch ESPN app or listen to all the action on WJPZ 89.1FM in the Syracuse area.

from Niagara Athletics
NIAGARA UNIV., N.Y. – Using a steady combination of unrelenting offense and stifling defense, the Niagara women's lacrosse team made a statement in its first game of the 2019 season by defeating Saint Bonaventure, 17-2. Rachel MacCheyne led all scorers with five goals while freshman Maren Geiger made six saves and earned the win in her first collegiate game.

from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
Story LinksVESTAL, N.Y. - With a new season of lacrosse right around the corner, the Binghamton men's lacrosse team is also ready for a completely new game. With a rule change that focuses around the addition of an 80 second shot clock, the speed and mindset of men's lacrosse will have to shift. Although it will present some adversity early in the season, head coach Kevin McKeown and his squad are ready to take on the new challenge.

from Premier Lacrosse League
FOXBOROUGH, MA (February 15, 2019) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that he first three games of its inaugural season will be played at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 as part of the league’s opening weekend.

#Pittsford


Friday February 15, 2019 10:30AM
from the Georgia Swarm
Located in the East Gallery of the New York State Capitol’s second floor, the exhibit has six sections showcasing the diversity of the people of New York and explores specific themes past and present which contributed to shaping New York and the state’s population. It will be on display for a year and illustrate how New York’s diverse population began, spread and continues to form the New York identity.

from William Smith Athletics
The William Smith College lacrosse team was voted to finish second in the Liberty League in the 2019 preseason poll by the league's coaches. The Herons, who are three-time defending Liberty League champions, received 94 points and five first place votes.

from Syracuse.com
Syracuse, N.Y. -- While there weren’t many bright spots from a Syracuse perspective in the Orange’s season-opening 12-9 loss to Colgate on Friday, one potential spark buzzed about the field again.

SU sophomore long-stick middie Jared Fernandez was back, and from the looks of it Syracuse will need every drop of his bountiful supply of attitude and energy.

from Colgate Athletics
HAMILTON – The Colgate women's lacrosse program recently signed eight players to future rosters with National Letters of Intent.

from US Lacrosse Magazine
When Colgate returned to its on-campus locker room Friday night after its short trip home from a 12-9 victory at Syracuse, Matt Karweck did what so many other coaches would do in the same situation: He said he and his staff were proud of the Raiders.

He didn’t stop there.

from The Daily Gazette
ALBANY — Do faceoff specialists Anthony Altimari and Austin Jones feel any pressure ahead of Saturday’s season opener at Syracuse for the University at Albany men’s lacrosse team?

“None,” Jones said. “Not at all.” But those two sophomores will be closely watched Saturday, and throughout the Great Danes’ entire 2019 season, as they attempt to fill the void left from TD Ierlan’s offseason departure.

from the Watertown Daily Times
WATERTOWN — Two Watertown High School boys lacrosse standouts recently signed letters of intent to compete at noted NCAA Division II colleges.

from Inside Lacrosse
When Tehoka Nanticoke returned to the UAlbany lacrosse team to start the spring semester, he's done so with what he says is a renewed appreciation for the sport that’s given him so much, but has at times consumed his life.

from the Buffalo Bandits
The Bandits are set to start the second half of the season as they’ll return home on Saturday to face the Calgary Roughnecks. At 7-2, Buffalo is tied for first in not just the Eastern Division but the entire NLL.

Thursday February 14, 2019 10:45AM
from Syracuse.com
. . . But Powell’s at a stage in his life where he wants more stability, and as great as he’s been in the sport to this point in his life he knows he’s going to have to start near the end of the line to get it.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The 2018-19 SUNY Cortland Men's Lacrosse Community Service Week was a tremendous success. With 100 percent participation from the team, a great deal of good was done in the hometown communities of our student-athletes. Fifteen players volunteered throughout the week working with the elderly in assisted living and nursing homes. Some players spent time serving meals and interacting with residents, while others focused on entertainment, partaking in activities such as cards and games, even playing the piano during recreation times. A few other players dedicated time to local adult assistance programs, working on education programs and helping plan upcoming travel and organizing fundraising efforts.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The SUNY Cortland men's lacrosse Winter Prospect Camp previously scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 20, but had to be canceled due to inclement weather, is now scheduled for Sunday, March 10th. For information, go to RedDragonLaxCamps.com

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Syracuse sophomore midfielder Tucker Dordevic will sit out this season as a red-shirt while recovering from a foot injury. Orange coach John Desko confirmed the news on Wednesday afternoon.

from The Daily Orange
When Syracuse’s season came to an end in double-overtime against Princeton in the NCAA tournament last year, starting goalkeeper Asa Goldstock was on the bench. She’d been pulled from the goal midway through the first half by SU head coach Gary Gait after stopping just four of the Tigers’ 11 shots.

from Colgate Athletics
HAMILTON – The Colgate women's lacrosse program kicks off the 2019 campaign on Saturday, Feb. 16 when the Raiders host Vermont. First draw for the nonconference matchup takes place at noon on Beyer-Small '76 Field.

from Cornell Athletics
ITHACA, N.Y. – The Cornell women's lacrosse 2019 campaign kicks off Saturday with non-conference bout on the road with Villanova at 1 p.m. The Big Red, which finished the 2018 season with an overall record of 7-8 and Ivy League mark of 2-5, has its sights set on returning to the Ivy League Tournament held in New York City this season. The Big Red also looks to make it back to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years.

from Cornell Athletics
ITHACA, N.Y. – Fans of the Big Red men's and women's lacrosse teams that missed any of Monday's Social Media Day can relive the action with the links below …

from US Lacrosse Magazine
Le Moyne’s senior attacker Bryanna Fazio has a lot of labels that define her as a lacrosse player. All-American, All-Region, All-Conference, and Most Outstanding -- just to name a few.

As lofty as those may be, her favorite moniker may be something far more basic: student of the game.

from US Lacrosse
Officials

Matt Davis – Grasonville, Md.
William Hardy – Tully, N.Y.
Justin Kitashima – Glendale, Colo.
Dan Miles – Fallsington, Pa.
Paul Quill – Weymouth, Maass.
Ty Wilkinson – Centerville, Ohio

from WBNG.com
VESTAL (WBNG) — A new 80-second shot clock has been instituted to men’s lacrosse college for the 2019 season. In addition, there’s a 20-second clearing count where players must advance the ball across the midfield line or it’s now a violation. As the Binghamton men’s lacrosse team prepares to kick off 2019, head coach Kevin McKeown told 12 Sports on Wednesday, it took a little bit but he’s in favor of the new rules. (Video 1:13)

from 1045theteam.com
Personally, I believe if Syracuse does not come to UAlbany for a match up, I see no more benefit for the game for UAlbany. The Great Danes are establishing themselves as a top ten program in the country. Does an early season win over Syracuse change the national narrative enough in 2019? Plus why would a Final Four qualifying program play a non conference opponent on the road every year for potentially twenty plus seasons? Plus that opponent that has not qualified for the sports' Final Four since 2013.

from Inside Lacrosse
Last month, STX and Inside Lacrosse announced “The Season 2019,” a five-chapter multi-platform video and digital content series that will spotlight two of the sport’s most interesting programs: the historic Cornell Big Red men’s team, and the hard-charging Florida Gators’ women’s team.

from the Buffalo Bandits
Wow! What a performance by the Bandits last Saturday with their 19-9 victory over Georgia. This is a very exciting team to watch. With that huge victory, the team crosses the half-way mark with a 7-2 record, tied with Toronto for first place heading into this weekend’s games.

Wednesday February 13, 2019 10:15AM
from The Daily Orange
Sam Swart jabbed left, then right, mirroring the ball in Olivia Batista’s stick. Everywhere the Binghamton midfielder went, Swart went too. But then, Swart went off script. She guessed where Batista was going before the Bearcat got there herself and hit the ball out of her stick.

from SUNY Binghamton Athletics
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Binghamton women's lacrosse team dropped it's season opener 15-5 at No. 15 Syracuse Tuesday evening. Junior goalie Taylor Passuello made 13 saves in the net holding the Orange to only six goals in the second half of the game.

from Colgate Athletics
HAMILTON – Four goals and a big win over No. 10 Syracuse helped land Colgate's Nicky Petkevich on the USILA Team of the Week

from The Daily Orange
Julie Cross (above), Asa Goldstock and Emily Hawryschuk answer rapid-fire questions about their teammates.

from the Iroquois Nationals
With most NCAA lacrosse programs kicking off their regular seasons this past week, the Albany Great Danes are still waiting. Albany will finally start its quest for a second consecutive America East Championship when it takes on the Syracuse Orange on Saturday, Feb. 16. Albany junior Mitch Laffin noted that all eyes are focused on 2019, despite winning the conference championship last year.

from WSYR-TV / Bridge Street
Lacrosse player turned singer/songwriter, Mike Powell opens up about writing music.


Tuesday February 12, 2019 2:50PM
from Albany Student Press
From his love for the Grateful Dead to his unique coaching style, an inside look at what makes UAlbany's men's lacrosse coach unlike any other.

from Colgate Athletics
“This is a place, where I want to continue to build my career. When this opportunity came up, it was extremely exciting for me. I knew I could potentially come here and do some damage in the Patriot League. I respect all the coaches, who have coached here before. I’ve heard nothing but good things about this place. I’m really excited about it.”

from US Lacrosse Magazine
Bill Tierney’s name has been intertwined with the game of lacrosse since the 1970s, when he got his start as a player for then-Cortland State. He made his mark during his 21 seasons at Princeton, winning six NCAA championships.

from The Daily Orange
Sam Swart couldn’t take it anymore. She had spent four years waiting to play Syracuse lacrosse, and 2017’s fall ball would be her first opportunity in Orange. But that was ripped away from her and the rest of SU. She couldn’t play lacrosse, swipe into team facilities and had limited contact with her teammates.

from Inside Lacrosse
You step on to the field as an athlete in any sport and the proposition really is this simple: You either win, or you lose. It’s a challenge athletes understand and accept, and TD Ierlan is no exception.

from Siena Athletics
Hear from new head coach Liam Gleason, senior attacker Mike Reilly, and sophomore midfielder Nick Pepe as they meet with the press for the first time for the 2018-19 season.

from Premier Lacrosse League
LOS ANGELES (February 12, 2019) – Today, the Premier Lacrosse League (“PLL”) announced that it has closed an additional round of funding. The financing is led by investors J Tsai Sports, Brett Jefferson, and return investor, The Raine Group. The capital from the growth round will be used to fund future league operations, team and player-focused original programming, and executive team expansion.

from Niagara University Athletics
The Niagara University women's lacrosse team is set to open the 2019 season at home against area rival Saint Bonaventure on Wednesday afternoon. The veteran-laden squad is hoping to have a breakout year with several notable seniors leading the attack up front.

12:15AM
from The Daily Gazette
That’s been the guiding mentality for freshmen Tanner Hay and Corey Yunker ahead of Saturday’s season-opening game for the University at Albany men’s lacrosse team.

So far, it has served them well.

from The Patriot League
CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Army West Point and Lafayette each claimed two of the five Patriot League Women’s Lacrosse weekly awards with Navy taking home one when the first round of women’s lacrosse weekly honors were announced by the League office on Monday.

from The Patriot League
Rookie of the Week: Brendan Nichtern, Army West Point, Fr., A, Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa

* The rookie scored the game-winning goal just 26 seconds into extra time.
* Nichtern’s four goals on five shots was good for a .800 shot percentage, as Army West Point defeated UMass for the fifth year in a row.

from Inside Lacrosse
Cornell #5; Albany #15; Colgate #18; Syracuse #20.

from USILA.org
Cornell #6; Albany #14; Army West Point #19; Colgate #20.


The Season 2019 Chapter 1: Great Expectations
PRE-SEASON CHAPTER 1 -
GREAT EXPECTATIONS

The Season is back! The Cornell Big Red and Florida Gators prepare for a season of Great Expectations and we get to know some of the things that make their coaches, athletes and programs unique in their own way.

Watch Chapter 1 here.
Upstate Lacrosse Foundation's Lacrosse Coaches Clinic
February 24th at the Henninger Athletics Center at Le Moyne College. Find more information here.

You can purchase tickets here.
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