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Re: New 2024 Women’s DI-III Lacrosse baldbear 2 hours ago
DIVISION I


Co-Offensive Player of the Week

Erin Coykendall – Northwestern University

In a 19-10 victory over Ohio State, Coykendall showcased her playmaking ability by registering two goals and assisting on six others, tying her season-high for assists which she previously achieved against Central Michigan. She currently leads the team with 40 assists on the season and is third in total points (67).

Co-Offensive Player of the Week

Chase Boyle – Loyola University Maryland

In Loyola’s 21-11 victory against No. 17 Princeton, Boyle showcased her scoring prowess by netting a career-high eight goals. She continued her offensive contributions with three goals in another win against Boston University. In addition to her scoring ability, Boyle also demonstrated her proficiency in controlling possession by adding a total of 20 draw controls to her stat line throughout the week.

Co-Defensive Player of the Week

Mel Josephson – University of Virginia

In a thrilling 13-12 victory over No. 3 Boston College, Josephson recorded 10 saves while maintaining an impressive save percentage of .454 throughout the game. Josephson's impact was particularly significant in the first half, where she made six crucial stops, helping to build a five-goal lead for the Cavaliers. Her stellar play between the posts played a pivotal role in keeping Virginia competitive, especially when Boston College mounted a six-goal comeback. Josephson's efforts were instrumental in limiting BC’s high-scoring offense to just 12 goals, more than five goals below their season average of 17.64. This exceptional defensive performance contributed significantly to Virginia's first victory over Boston College since 2016 and their first win over a top-three opponent since 2015.

Co-Defensive Player of the Week

Fallon Vaughn – Yale University

In a pivotal matchup against No. 22 Harvard, Vaughn recroded a game-best five caused turnovers, tying for the most in a game by a Bulldog this season. Her disruptive presence on the field played a crucial role in Yale's impressive 16-8 victory, marking just the second time this season that Harvard has been held to fewer than 13 goals in a game. Harvard entered the game ranked fourth nationally in scoring offense, averaging 16.80 goals per game. Vaughn's exceptional defensive efforts were instrumental in limiting their scoring opportunities and contributing to the team's defensive success. In addition, Vaughn also made significant contributions in controlling possession by tallying four draw controls, tied for the team lead, and securing three ground balls.


DIVISION II


Offensive Player of the Week

Maeve Johnson – Bentley University

Johnson had another big offensive week to help the Falcons to two more wins. She had six goals and four assists in a win over Southern New Hampshire for her second-straight game with double-digit points. She then had four goals and two assists in Saturday's 15-6 win at No. 22 Saint Anselm. For the week, Johnson totaled 16 points - 10 goals and six assists.

Defensive Player of the Week

Alex Walling – University of Tampa

Walling played a pivotal role between the pipes in Tampa's victories over No. 13 Lynn University and No. 17 Rollins College. Against Lynn, Walling recorded 11 saves on 20 shots faced, allowing just nine goals to secure the away victory. Against Rollins, Walling made a season-high 15 saves on 26 shots faced, while allowing only 11 goals. In total, Walling accumulated an impressive 26 saves on 46 shots faced throughout the week.


DIVISION III


Offensive Player of the Week

Olivia Lai – Wesleyan University

Lai (Basking Ridge, N.J.) was at her best in a 3-0 week for the No. 7 Cardinals, recording 15 goals and one assist for 16 points (5.3 points per game) in the three games to go along with six ground balls. Lai, who is third all-time at Wesleyan in career goals, started the week with four goals and one assist to go along with a season-high four ground balls in a 16-12 win over No. 22 Trinity College. Lai then went for five goals on five shots in a 14-7 win over Hamilton on Saturday. The graduate student closed out the week with one of the best performances of her career, matching her career-high with six goals in a 13-10 win over No. 2 William Smith College at home to give the Cardinals their third win over a Top 5 ranked team this season.

Co-Defensive Player of the Week

Molly Green – Rowan University

Also named New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Defensive Player of the Week, Green showcased her versatility and defensive strength in a 1-1 week for the Profs. In the 19-9 win over Kean, Green tied her career-high with five goals, contributing significantly to Rowan's win as they snapped a five-game losing streak and won their NJAC opener. Additionally, she amassed 11 ground balls, seven caused turnovers, and 11 draw controls in this game, showcasing her impact on both ends of the field. Earlier in the week, despite falling to No. 3 Franklin & Marshall, Green continued her stellar play, recording a team-high four goals and added one assist, along with six ground balls, four caused turnovers, and seven draw controls.

Co-Defensive Player of the Week

Caroline Wise – Ithaca College

Wise once again dominated the draw circle in Ithaca's two wins last week as she won a total of 28, including a career-high 17 in IC's upset of No. 2 William Smith, 16-3. Wise then won 11 draws in a 20-5 win over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Wise reached 500 career draws win this week as well. She would also score three goals with two assists, to go along with five ground balls.


NAIA


Offensive Player of the Week

Madison Andrews – Keiser University

Leading the Seahawks to two crucial wins, Andrews’ 12 points and seven assists led the team in both categories. After missing the first four games of the season and slowly making her way back to the starting lineup, Andrews is up to second on the team in points and is tied for the lead with 22 assists.

Defensive Player of the Week

Jocelyn Vander Zwaag – Lawrence Technological University

Zwaag accounted for eight total goals in a 3-0 week for the Blue Devils. In an all-around performance, Zwaag recorded four draw controls, caused 12 turnovers and collected 13 ground balls. She added eight goals to her stat line as well. Leading the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, the Blue Devils finished the regular season 12-1 on the season, 8-0 in conference play and look towards the WHAC Tournament set to begin on Thursday, April 18 inside Blue Devils Stadium.
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Re: Boys 2032-4th Grade Fall 2023/Summer 2024 Anonymous 3 hours ago
If the kid left 91, then likely they weren’t wanted for one reason or the other, likely the parent.
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Re: Boys 2029 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region Anonymous 3 hours ago
Nothing will ever be enough. June isn't enough, it should be Sept, if it was Sept, it would not be enough. Instead of working with their kids to get better, they would rather troll sites like this to justify the "victimization". Besides, if a kid is born in Aug and it was a Sept cut off, they would still complain as if that whole month made a world of difference (given families are on vacation and taking a break before school and fall lacrosse).
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Re: Main Forum Philadelphia & Vicinity Anonymous 4 hours ago
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PC will keep that game relatively close; I’ll take the spread all day!
SCH 13 PC 8

FO will decide the score IMO.

SCH will win by a wide margin
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Re: Girls High School Anonymous 4 hours ago
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Rule 3 of NFHS rulebook states. "Twelve players constitute a full team. Any number up to 12 players of each team may be on the field of play at the same time. One of the 12 players on each team may be a goalkeeper."
If you have another citation from NFHS or another source please post since not all leagues follow NFHS and have their own rules they apply.

Hey genius, it says "may be", not "must be"... thanks for proving our point.
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Re: High School Boys Lacrosse - New Jersey Anonymous 4 hours ago
Any big socking news out of high school lacrosse is Westfield for real or SHP down? Did anyone think Mr Lyght, and yes we should call him Mr, was going to be that good at ND?
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Re: Boys High School Anonymous 5 hours ago
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Spalding pulls out a close one today.

not a McD fan but absolutely no way AS pulls out anything. McD by 10
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Re: MD Girls 2028 Anonymous 5 hours ago
Do what is best for you, your child and family. Don’t worry about what others are doing. Either way if you as a parent are engaged in their life they should be fine. I have kids at both private and public schools as well as college. All are doing great. One doesn’t guarantee anything over the other. Lacrosse is supposed to be fun for the kids so just remember that. Now let’s move on to the Lacrosse. After a couple weeks it’s been pretty exciting and can’t wait to see who ends up winning it all.
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Re: Boys High School Lax Anonymous 5 hours ago
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Pretty sad a school district hired a daddy coach that coaches a club team. Conflict ?

South Side has a daddy coach. There are quite a few parents and club coaches working in districts across LI. Shouldn’t be allowed.

Yea, but South Side is always over achieving .......

Please explain your logic

Seriously. SS hasn’t won a championship since 2004. How the coach has survived this long is insanity.

Neither have 98% of the other teams in nassau county. At least SS has stayed consistent.
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Re: Boys 2031-5th Grade Fall 2023/Summer 2024 Anonymous 6 hours ago
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Don’t count 91 out. Things will change fast in this group.

The 31 team has the same problem as the 29’s. They’ll both be looking outside of Long Island to fill the roster by 9th grade.

Is the problem ...... Too Many Daddy Coaches?
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Re: Westchester NY Youth Lacrosse Anonymous 7 hours ago
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Yorktown cannot touch a team like Darien, its at least a 10 goal spread. Darien is elite in all positions, Yorktown is barely elite in a talentless section1. Yorktown should stay in their lane
You seem fun.


it will be a beat down no doubt - #99 going to make swiss cheese out of that goalie
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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region Anonymous 7 hours ago
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it will be close Clippers - Express Orange in AAA or Clippers Team Maryland. One of those three teams, will come out on top. this weekend Express Orange looked good but couldn't stop 11 on Clippers. should be good battle in AAA

It was a bummer how that game ended. Express Defender came in to stop an Clippers Attack and the Attack slipped and the Defender hit his helmet. Then Clippers won with a man down. But sometimes that is just the way it goes. Express Orange was definitely a different team from the prior week.
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Re: Boys 2030-6th Grade Fall 2023/Summer 2024 Anonymous 7 hours ago
From a look at their IG account supreme_elite_lacrosse and the kids helmets, it seems to made of players from Rebels, 91 and Admirals.
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Re: Girls 2030-6th Grade Fall 2023/Summer 2024 Anonymous 8 hours ago
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It’s really too bad YJ and TG don’t play. Shows the selfish nature of their owners I suppose. Full participation by all the teams would be so good for Long Island and all the girls.

YJ will not enter any teams in the NGLL because it is run by a competing company.
TG is not practicing to let the girls focus on school and PAL lacrosse.

The reason the league works so well in Maryland is that they do not have a PAL type of league. The Maryland teams have a winter league and then the NGLL spring league. They are at an advantage when the summer tournaments start as they have been playing together for so much longer.

Pretty silly not to enter if the reason is that it’s run by a competing company. YJ goes to summer genesis and lax for the cure, and Maryland cup and those are run by a competing company. Anyway, not our problems, other teams will just catch up.

YJ still sittting at 6 games at this age group. As a comparison:

M&D- 15 games
Primetime- 12 games
Jesters Black -18 EIGHTEEN! This organization will pass YJ

Jesters black barely beat legacy at ngll last week and then lost by 4 to igoo…. Who are they passing?


The idea that more games means better organization- can you explain that logic? My thoughts are that it is more important how much teams are practicing and developing players at a developmental age.

Practices at game speed are minimal at this age group which is why actual game experience supersede practices
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Re: Boys 2030 Midatlantic Anonymous 11 hours ago
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Which parents are more insufferable? Gotta be the Hawks Dads/Mom right? I might drive down from PA…


Hawks staring at a 1-6 season, a demotion to AAA, and major departures from their team after the season. It's safe to say they are easily the most uneducated (lacrosse wise), delusional fan base. Also, an embarrassment to the once great Hawks organization. The coach they promised and posted all over social media about never showed up. They are poorly coached by wannabe dads. Not a single kid on that team recruitable for high school after next year. Kinda sad if you think about it....

What Coach are you referring too?

Didn't they announce some old Bayhawks player? Is he coaching?
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Re: Girls High School Lax Anonymous 17 hours ago
Winks want to make money. That’s it
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