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BOTC MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 11:33 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Those invites are geared toward the clubs that believe 7th grade lax matters..... Even if my sons club got "invited" (asked to cut a check) we'd respectfully decline. There are more important issues to tend to and flying in the direction of where this virus is heading isnt one of them. Besides, there is no WSYL this year..face it...move on....


Asking for 350 per head. With even 20 per team that’s 7 k up front for a phantom event. Bank account by Jake!


I'll tell you what, give them $350 now, consider it a donation. If the event cancelled, you will not receive a full refund. Think hard about it.
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Yesterday at 10:47 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think more players will stay for their 5th year (or transfer to another program) than people are predicting.
If so, there will be major repercussions on playing play time and scholarships (after next year) for the college teammates behind them.

I think your wrong, The players who elect to transfer or stay at their existing school for a 5th year will have not much money left to be had and honestly the coaches who offer money to these 5th years will only be coaches of teams in position to win that year otherwise it was just a waste of resources . Further it will only be the real impact players that get offers , a coach would be foolish to offer money to a player who would only help them for one year only to lose out on a player that would help them the next 4.


At my daughters school the girls are being invited back with the same or larger scholarships than they had


You are a joke
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MARYLAND MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 08:56 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Can we please just call the spring season?!? It's highly doubtful they'll be able to play at all this spring

That would mean they would have to refund. Tuition at McDonough ain't cheap when you are paying full price.
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BOTC MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 07:45 PM
Credits wont work. Partial refund would be the right thing to do.
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MARYLAND MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 07:42 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
NAL already announced they are moving from June to July.


If we see a downward decline at the end of April that is a possibility and I am keeping my fingers crossed. I just don't see it thought. An abbreviated schedule by mid July or beginning of August is probably the most ideal situation vs. canceling the whole season. Kids lacrosse is very low on the priority list. So even we we get things going as a country by end of April it may 2-3 more months before everything else opens up.


At a minimum, state travel advisories may remain in effect through summer, so teams like 91 NY, Laxachusetts, etc. unlikely to travel even if local rec sports are permitted. Maybe directors could combine some of these events to create more localized tournaments.
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Yesterday at 06:53 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
NY SCHOOLS CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 15th .... NOT LOOKING GOOD FOR LACROSSE THIS YEAR


Why not? Are you suggesting good lacrosse can't be played in May/June? Many of us are still hopeful to salvage a portion of the season!



"Us" as in the kids who are playing or "Us" as in the nutjob parent who thinks lacrosse is little johnnys ticket to fame and fortune??


It is us. Our son, our family. Kids succeed because of a supportive family culture. My son is a senior headed to a big program next year, so yes lax was the golden ticket getting him into a school he would never have gotten into without. We (parents, siblings, and son) were exited to experience senior year and all that goes along with it. We are still hopeful that some games might be played. Otherwise we will look forward to the next level. Too bad you're such a nasty hammerhead.



LOL.... Walk around anywhere that is not a field during an active lacrosse tournament and ask 10 people to name 1 famous Lacrosse player. Good luck getting an answer. Golden ticket lol. Sending kids out to play contact sports in the next 6 months is the golden ticket to spreading Coronavirus. I believe that your kid would never have gotten into a school without Lacrosse as there seems to be no brains being passed down from the parents. Maybe we should get Cuomo to dedicate some of his daily news conferences to notIntelligent sports parents who want to start sending kids out to play sports. Please let me know when the golden child gets back from his spring break trip in Florida so I can come watch this stud doing his 3 hours of wallball homework.


What are you even talking about?? You do realize you're on a HS lacrosse forum? This is a place where people discuss the LI HS lacrosse season. A person says that they hope some games can be played, especially for the seniors and you bug out? Having played in college myself, and have two sons playing in college, one still in HS, I can tell you that playing a Division 1, 2, or 3 sport in college is a privilege that opens many doors and builds a ton of character. Many college programs have very strong alumni networks which help tremendously in securing a good job. The discipline these boys must exhibit to succeed in college sports requires mental toughness. As far kids getting into schools they may not have because of lacrosse, that's the ultimate goal as far as I'm concerned. You do realize that kids with perfect SATs and 4.0 gpa's are turned away from highly selective schools. These days, you can't get into a top school for just being smart. You also need a special and unique talent, that's the part lacrosse provides. I hope I have been able to enlighten you. So yes, lacrosse can provide a golden ticket.
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MARYLAND MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 06:33 PM
Repeat after me. Lacrosse is a low priority non-revenue sport with no real profession.
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Yesterday at 04:28 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If being a D1 athlete means taking a crappy major, no is the answer, if being a D1 athlete means sacrificing career goals, no thank you. College is not about sacrificing your career options and education at the alter of athletics. Its about the balance between the body and the mind the Greeks heralded. If you want real foundational fortitude, make a Seal, Marine Recon or SF team. Sorry, too many Lax Programs have strayed away from the Greek ideal.


Im 100% certain Coaches Pietramala, Desko, Danowski, Tierney, Tillman, Tiffany, Myers, Tambroni, Corrigan, and many others would take exception with your comment. So would the 100s of firms that hire their graduated athletes. Its a network that often is unrivaled. You hire the athlete not the degree.


Your living in the past. This advantage only applies to the lacrosse players from the best schools with great majors and a GPA above 3.5. That's a small subset of this larger group. HR folks at Companies run the process now and you don't get interviewed unless you meet all three of these criteria. The sports grit advantage only applies to once you're on board.


You really are clueless. Very clueless.
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BOTC MAIN FORUM
Yesterday at 02:12 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Bandits are still #1 until I see another program on Long Island consistently beat them. Express is a close second...


You won't see them this year, and knowing the Express kids well, I'd say they are better going forward.
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03/31/20 11:41 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Regardless of the good, the bad or the ugly, reclassification is here to stay about to get a whole lot worse. Due to recent events there is going to be alot of reclassifying and PG years.


Yeah, but hush schoolers, juniors and lower, can’t reclass now that have entered 9th grade, unless they sit out of year. I think that’s the way it works.

That is not true for some areas as these Freshman have not played an official varsity season or even a game. Enforcement will be lax and kids can move between public and private with no impact. There will be an increase in re-class for the 2023 grade to the 2024 grade.


I thought the 4 year clock starts in 9th grade. The question is, does this spring season count as one of the years? Because the season officially started.
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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/31/20 04:23 PM
@CBLaxers Girls' Recruit: Berks Catholic High School (PA) 2021 Midfield, Attack MacKenzie Partsch of Phantastix Lacrosse Club has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Presbyterian College.

High School: Berks Catholic High School (Reading, PA)
Grad Year: 2021
Positions: Midfield, Attack
College Committed to: Presbyterian College
Club Team: Phantastix Lacrosse Club
Lacrosse Honors: All Berks Team
Academic Honors: Honor Roll National Honor Society Saint Ambassadors
Expected Major: Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Why did you choose Presbyterian College, Women's D1? "I loved the campus and the team was so welcoming. I can’t wait to play with them in a year!"
Is there anything else you would like to share? "Thank you to all of my coaches for years and years of leading practices and the many many games. And thank you to my family for driving me to all of my tournaments and games. Lastly thank you to all of my teammates for making me the player I am today."



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BOTC MAIN FORUM
03/31/20 03:56 PM
Love the BOTC all YJ team.
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COLLEGE LACROSSE
03/31/20 01:31 PM
The Division I Council on Monday voted to allow schools to provide spring-sport student-athletes an additional season of competition and an extension of their period of eligibility one week after the Division II council approved last week.

Members also adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to carry more members on scholarship to account for incoming recruits and student-athletes who had been in their last year of eligibility who decide to stay. In a nod to the financial uncertainty faced by higher education, the Council vote also provided schools with the flexibility to give students the opportunity to return for 2020-21 without requiring that athletics aid be provided at the same level awarded for 2019-20. This flexibility applies only to student-athletes who would have exhausted eligibility in 2019-20.
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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/30/20 03:24 PM
@CBLaxers Boys' Recruit: Seaford High School (NY) 2020 Midfield Andrew Searing of Long Island Hitmen has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Stevenson University.

High School: Seaford High School (Seaford, NY)
Grad Year: 2020
Position: Midfield
College Committed to: Stevenson University
Club Team: Long Island Hitmen
Lacrosse Honors: 2020 Nassau Team NYSRC, Blue Chip 225 All-Star
Expected Major: Computer & Information Sciences



CB Laxers, the official college commitments sponsor for BackOfTheCAGE.com congratulates Andrew Searing on his commitment to Stevenson University. CB Laxers runs events for players aspiring to play at the college level & future college-bound players with small, boutique recruiting showcases for players in grades 8th-11th to provide players with a platform to get maximum exposure. For seniors signed to play at the next level, pre-college strength & conditioning training and the 'committed games' are offered which emulate the NCAA training regimen to help the top 10% of athletes get prepared for the next level. Visit CBLaxers.com for more info.
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MARYLAND MAIN FORUM
03/30/20 02:15 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Subject: GHCLC Spring Season - POSTPONED



Club Directors and Administrators,



We will be extending the GHCLC start date to AT LEAST the weekend of April 24th.



We're going to explore different avenues (i.e shortened season, multi-weekend tournament, etc.) as we work through this tough time. The league and it's Board of Directors will continue to discuss contingency plans. We also understand that many of our clubs/organizations fall under several different jurisdictions and must adhere to those regulations.



Please visit https://www.howardcountymd.gov/Departments/Recreation-and-Parks for more detailed information



Thank you for your patience during this time. As always, please reach out with any pressing questions.


No chance this season happens...


I'm with ya. Summer has to be iffy at this point

Summer lacrosse is very iffy. Best case scenario might require a little creativity. I think tournaments are out. Perhaps a few scheduled games between local teams could work if new precautions were taken. Parents may watch from cars or distanced spaces. I think travel will be ruled out so if some fields are allowed to be used, it will be not until July and August at which time the events will have all been re-scheduled. A few local "play day" type formats are probably the best we can hope for.
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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/29/20 08:29 PM
@CBLaxers Girls' Recruit: Ravenwood High School (TN) 2020 Midfield, Attack Julianna Iovine of Dodgers Lacrosse has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Manhattan College.

High School: Ravenwood High School (Brentwood, TN)
Grad Year: 2020
Positions: Midfield, Attack
College Committed to: Manhattan College
Club Team: Dodgers Lacrosse
Lacrosse Honors: Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Field Hockey, Ravenwood Field Hockey, Super Juniors CT, Team Connecticut 2017/2018, 2018 Connecticut All Conference Member, Team Tennessee 2019, Tennessee State Champion 2019, MVP of Champion Weekend, Tennessee High School Girls Lacrosse All Region & All State, Tennessean Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year Nominee
Academic Honors: Distinguished Honor Roll, Scholar Athlete, Sports Panel, Ravenwood Girls Cotillion
Expected Major: Business
What other colleges did you consider? "Bucknell, American, Lafayette & Butler"



CB Laxers, the official college commitments sponsor for BackOfTheCAGE.com congratulates Julianna Iovine on her commitment to Manhattan College. CB Laxers runs events for players aspiring to play at the college level & future college-bound players with small, boutique recruiting showcases for players in grades 8th-11th to provide players with a platform to get maximum exposure. For seniors signed to play at the next level, pre-college strength & conditioning training and the 'committed games' are offered which emulate the NCAA training regimen to help the top 10% of athletes get prepared for the next level. Visit CBLaxers.com for more info.
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PROFESSIONAL LACROSSE
03/29/20 02:08 AM
Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) co-founder Paul Rabil has signed with CAA Sports for representation.

The PLL launched in October of 2018 and completed its inaugural season in 2019. Rabil, along with his brother and fellow co-founder Mike Rabil, signed an exclusive media rights deal with NBC Sports Group for PLL in late 2018. This marked the first time professional lacrosse had secured a major network rights deal. PLL games are now shown on NBC, NBCSN, and NBC Sports Gold. CAA is an investor in the league along with The Raine Group, Joe Tsai Sports, Chernin Group, and Brett Jefferson among others.

In addition to managing the day-to-day operations for the league, Rabil also plays for PLL team Atlas LC. He led the Johns Hopkins University Men’s Lacrosse team to two National Championships in 2005 and 2007, and was drafted first overall in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) draft. He is a two-time MLL MVP and is also a two-time gold medalist for Team USA in the World Lacrosse Championships.

Rabil is currently shopping a PLL-produced documentary titled “Rabil: The Fate of Sport,” which chronicles the rise of the league and charts his journey from athlete to sports executive.


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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/29/20 12:57 AM
@CBLaxers Girls' Recruit: Patriot High School (VA) 2021 Midfield, Defense Sophia Browning of Rattlers Girls Lacrosse has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Belmont Abbey College.

High School: Patriot High School (Nokesville, VA)
Grad Year: 2021
Positions: Midfield, Defense
College Committed to: Belmont Abbey College
Club Team: Rattlers Girls Lacrosse
Lacrosse Honors: 2nd Team All District Cedar Run
Expected Major: Health Professions
Why did you choose Belmont Abbey College, Women's D2? "I decided I wanted to experience going away to a different state for college. Belmont Abbey checked all the boxes. I instantly fell in love with the campus. Everyone is friendly and welcoming!"
Is there anything else you would like to share? "I’d like to thank all my coaches, teammates and my family for all your support."
What other colleges did you consider? "Shenandoah University & UVA at Wise"



CB Laxers, the official college commitments sponsor for BackOfTheCAGE.com congratulates Sophia Browning on her commitment to Belmont Abbey College. CB Laxers runs events for players aspiring to play at the college level & future college-bound players with small, boutique recruiting showcases for players in grades 8th-11th to provide players with a platform to get maximum exposure. For seniors signed to play at the next level, pre-college strength & conditioning training and the 'committed games' are offered which emulate the NCAA training regimen to help the top 10% of athletes get prepared for the next level. Visit CBLaxers.com for more info.
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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT
03/27/20 07:12 PM
This week, Back Of The CAGE caught up with the #8 ranked senior on Long Island and the Preseason 1st Team All Back of the Cage selection from Mattituck High School, Mackenzie Hoeg for our weekly Senior Spotlight series interviewing a new senior each week.

Since Mackenzie Hoeg got called up to play on Varsity as a seventh grader alongside her two sisters, she has been the catalyst for the Tuckers and a major contributor for their consistent improvement and success that includes winning three Long Island Championships and two consecutive NY State titles. Hoeg has contributed 322 points (223g, 99a) ever since her arrival and has garnered a plethora of accolades for her dynamic play on offense, defense, and at the draw circle. Mackenzie exemplifies what it is to be a team player with the team first mentality and although the season is still to be determined due to the covid-19 outbreak, Hoeg is training hard to get one more chance to cap off her career where she has been dominating for 6 years with friends and family before departing to the University of Virginia.

See below to get a closer look at the returning All American selection:


Q&A w/ Mackenzie Hoeg

Back Of The CAGE (BOTC): You have played a phenomenal role in helping your Tuckers' win 3 consecutive Long Island Championships and back-to-back NY State Championships in which you earned All State & All American honors respectively for your efforts. How does it feel to be apart of the only 2 NY State Championships in the history of Mattituck and to be dubbed as one of the best players in the entire country after receiving All American honors?
Mackenzie Hoeg (MH): There is no greater feeling than finishing the season with a win. Being part of a program that every year seems to be getting stronger has been an awesome experience. A big part of our teams success comes from the dedication that Coach Maloney has shown to the program both in season and out of season. While it is an honor being recognized with some of these accolades it is not something that I pay much attention to as the most important thing to me are winning championships and that is done as a team.

BOTC: With the 2020 season being up in the air due to the covid-19 outbreak, have you had time to reflect on your amazing career?
(MH): Honestly, it is not easy when you look forward to a lacrosse season for so long and right when you start playing with your team again, it gets suspended over something we have no control over. I haven't really looked back on my career as I tend to be a person who looks forward to the next challenge.

BOTC: What have you been doing to keep yourself in shape for when they hopefully allow Lacrosse to resume and how much will that mean to you to be able to take the field one last time as a Tucker?
(MH): My two sisters both had their college season cut short and since they have been home they have been really good workout partners and they have helped me stay busy. Having been on the varsity team since 7th grade lacrosse is such a big part of my life growing up. It would mean a lot to have one last season.

BOTC: What is your most memorable moment thus far throughout your illustrious career?
(MH): My favorite memory was winning states this past season. The entire process from pre season workouts to the in season games had the dedication of the entire team. We constantly reflected on the years prior to try and make that season the best one yet and I think we definitely accomplished that. The experience of going upstate with my best friends is something I will always remember.

BOTC: What is your favorite quote or saying from Coach Maloney?
(MH): My favorite saying from Coach Maloney is to not worry about the mistake you made and focus on not making the same mistake twice.

BOTC: Why did you choose the University of Virginia and what other colleges were you considering?
(MH): I chose the University of Virginia because it offers a great balance of a traditional competitive lacrosse program and a great education. As I was being recruited I felt a really strong connection with the coaches and knew they will help me in the transition from high school to college and they will help me become the best person and lacrosse player I can be. Also, My sister Riley was a freshmen on the girls lacrosse team this year which definitely made my decision a little easier. I was considering Maryland, Boston College, and Penn State as other options.

BOTC: Are you superstitious and do you have any pregame rituals?
(MH): Yes I am very superstitious. Before every game I would do my hair the same way and I would always have a yellow gatorade and water with me.

BOTC: What’s on your playlist before games?
(MH): I normally don't listen to a specific playlist before games, I just listen to whatever playlist my teammates made which is basically any song that is upbeat.

Rapid Fire Q & A's:
  • Favorite Food? Pineapple
  • Favorite Movie? Warrior
  • Favorite Sports Team? New York Yankees
  • Favorite Athlete? Aaron Judge

See some of Mackenzie's career athletic accomplishments below: #32 Ranked Player in the US (IL), Preseason 1st Team All-BOTC (2020), US Lacrosse All American (2019), 1st Team All-State & Varsity Captain (2019), 2nd Team All-BOTC (2019), 2nd Team All Long Island (Newsday - 2019), Suffolk Times HS Athlete of the Year (2019), 3rd Team All State (2018), MVP of the 2018 State Class D Tournament, 4x UA Underclass All American, 3x All County (2017-2019), 2x All Division (2015-2016), Suffolk County Rookie of the Year (2015)

Check BackOfTheCAGE.com to meet Hunter Roman from St. Anthony's.


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BOTC MAIN FORUM
03/27/20 04:24 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If things return to a new normal by Memorial Day, why would people expect a refund? Everyone will get practices and tourneys in. If things extend into June, ask then. The real sad thing is the HS season.


Well Express postponed the 3rd payment which was the right thing to do.

I would expect some kind of refund if I paid for a spring season. Not sure as we are paying the HS rate at Express.

Even if all is back to normal, I doubt the summer season will stay the same. all clubs are at the mercy of the tourney organizers. The organizers are at the mercy of the venues. Toss in liability issues, insurance, rescheduled college and HS graduations......it is not looking good. Neither are prospect days. Total mess.
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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/26/20 07:00 PM
@CBLaxers Boys' Recruit: Cheshire Academy/ PG (CT) 2020 Midfield Ryan Stefanik of LI Sting Elite has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at Monmouth University.

High School: Cheshire Academy/ PG (Cheshire, CT)
Grad Year: 2020
Position: Midfield
College Committed to: Monmouth University
Club Team: LI Sting Elite
Why did you choose Monmouth University, Men's D1? "Growing up down the shore. The ability to stay home and play in front of my family."



CB Laxers, the official college commitments sponsor for BackOfTheCAGE.com congratulates Ryan Stefanik on his commitment to Monmouth University. CB Laxers runs events for players aspiring to play at the college level & future college-bound players with small, boutique recruiting showcases for players in grades 8th-11th to provide players with a platform to get maximum exposure. For seniors signed to play at the next level, pre-college strength & conditioning training and the 'committed games' are offered which emulate the NCAA training regimen to help the top 10% of athletes get prepared for the next level. Visit CBLaxers.com for more info.
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PLAYERS TRIBUNE
03/26/20 02:34 PM
@CBLaxers Girls' Recruit: Chattahoochee (GA) 2021 Midfield, Attack Madisyn Norris of Georgia Outlaws Lacrosse has made a verbal commitment to play lacrosse at St. Bonaventure University.

High School: Chattahoochee (Duluth, GA)
Grad Year: 2021
Positions: Midfield, Attack
College Committed to: St. Bonaventure University
Club Team: Georgia Outlaws Lacrosse
Lacrosse Honors: All Star Team Maryland, Duke Super Elite All Star
Academic Honors: Honor Roll Spring 2019
Expected Major: Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Why did you choose St. Bonaventure University, Women's D1? "It made me feel at home. I knew once I walked on campus it was the school for me! I loved the campus and the team!"
Is there anything else you would like to share? "[Thanks to] my coaches, family and friends."
What other colleges did you consider? "Winthrop, George Mason, & Young Harris"



CB Laxers, the official college commitments sponsor for BackOfTheCAGE.com congratulates Madisyn Norris on her commitment to St. Bonaventure University. CB Laxers runs events for players aspiring to play at the college level & future college-bound players with small, boutique recruiting showcases for players in grades 8th-11th to provide players with a platform to get maximum exposure. For seniors signed to play at the next level, pre-college strength & conditioning training and the 'committed games' are offered which emulate the NCAA training regimen to help the top 10% of athletes get prepared for the next level. Visit CBLaxers.com for more info.
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BOTC MAIN FORUM
03/25/20 05:48 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Does anyone know of a legitimate box lacrosse Boys program on long island ?


From what I know, there are really only 2 box programs on Long Island. Island Box or NOTB.....Neither legitimate though
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COLLEGE LACROSSE
03/25/20 03:58 PM
The NCAA has limited all in-person recruiting activity through April 15th. Families can learn more here.

This means no in-person meetings, practices and attending of games (dead period); but keep in mind, recruits can still message college coaches. A dead period = no face to face contact or evaluations, and no campus visits. College coaches may still contact recruits by phone, messaging and video chat (ex. FaceTime).

Going forward, we may see further guidance after the NCAA meets again on March 30. While these restrictions are for DI and DII; DIII, NAIA, NJCAA has generally followed suit.

Families can monitor testing dates on the ACT and College Board websites. Tests on June 13 (ACT) and June 6 (SAT) are currently scheduled.

Existing restrictions for Division I and II coaches around June 15 (select sports) and September 1 (lacrosse) contact remain. So 2022 recruits still cannot be contacted by DI and DII coaches. Recruits can always message college coaches at any time in the process. Check out virtual tours and social embeds on our partners (ConnectLax) college profiles (free to access).

Concerning extended eligibility for DI spring athletes and its impact on current recruits, this discussion is only conjecture at this time. We recommend recruits invest in their self and control what they can. It’s hard to imagine many seniors deferring their careers considering the financial implications of returning.
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BOTC MAIN FORUM
03/25/20 11:46 AM
3 days a week plus a game? or 2 practices plus a game?
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