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Re: Long Island Express Lacrosse
Anonymous #330866 05/18/21 08:41 PM
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Chuks is the '28 AA team

Are they the ones that went to Delaware in March?

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Re: Long Island Express Lacrosse
Anonymous #330872 05/18/21 09:28 PM
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Lost its luster? I officiate in Delaware, When I ref tournaments I will say when the top teams show up to play Express is always there. Express North Long Island Express and Jersey Express. They might not win every game or tournament but they are there getting better. I don't see that many Long Island teams coming down like Express. Just my opinion from someone completely outside of Long Island Lax.

Thanks Express guy

He's not wrong though. Even if it's an express person. Look at the tournaments they play in, all weak ones. Just this Sunday the 2026 "top team" played in what can easily be considered a B tournament/division.
24's and 23's play in NAL,NLF, Millon and IL. Not sure what tournaments have better lines ups then those and pretty sure the younger teams are also at NAL and NLF. I know facts are not preferred and pretend referees should be considered but thought i would put it out there anyway.

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Re: Long Island Express Lacrosse
Anonymous #332531 06/01/21 05:09 PM
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Chucks 2028 is AA team? What does that mean in the LI circuit? How many 28 teams are better?

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Anonymous #332739 06/03/21 10:29 AM
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Chucks 2028 is AA team? What does that mean in the LI circuit? How many 28 teams are better?

It means it’s the Express top team and they are very good. They play Venom and Laxachusettes this weekend.

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Anonymous #332750 06/03/21 11:21 AM
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Chucks 2028 is AA team? What does that mean in the LI circuit? How many 28 teams are better?

It means it’s the Express top team and they are very good. They play Venom and Laxachusettes this weekend.

We are talking about 5th graders right?

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Re: Long Island Express Lacrosse
Anonymous #343260 08/01/21 01:39 PM
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My kid just asked about possibly playing for 91 next season. Never wanted to before now. I’ll let him tryout and see what he thinks.He may change his mind by tryout time. I’m not going to pick his team for him. Let him see what is out there and decide from what he thinks. May not make a move, but I would consider it if he wanted to. Could be a different landscape next season. Possibly a bunch of player moves. WSYL will be done with. Things should be a bit more normal school and sports and overall. We’ll see.

What grade?

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Anonymous #343271 08/01/21 02:29 PM
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My kid just asked about possibly playing for 91 next season. Never wanted to before now. I’ll let him tryout and see what he thinks.He may change his mind by tryout time. I’m not going to pick his team for him. Let him see what is out there and decide from what he thinks. May not make a move, but I would consider it if he wanted to. Could be a different landscape next season. Possibly a bunch of player moves. WSYL will be done with. Things should be a bit more normal school and sports and overall. We’ll see.

What grade?

Normal? Don't fool yourself.

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Re: Long Island Express Lacrosse
BoardLord #343343 08/01/21 07:33 PM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

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Anonymous #343419 08/02/21 07:35 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

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Anonymous #343439 08/02/21 08:50 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

Call the coach? Big clubs don't even tell you who will be coaching your son. They will also tell you want you want to hear. It is a business, as unfortunate as that is. Better to ask older players and their parents what their experience was with that coach or team.

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Anonymous #343464 08/02/21 10:13 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

Call the coach? Big clubs don't even tell you who will be coaching your son. They will also tell you want you want to hear. It is a business, as unfortunate as that is. Better to ask older players and their parents what their experience was with that coach or team.

Honestly, What would club would send an invite without the coaching staff attached to it?

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Anonymous #343480 08/02/21 11:25 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

Call the coach? Big clubs don't even tell you who will be coaching your son. They will also tell you want you want to hear. It is a business, as unfortunate as that is. Better to ask older players and their parents what their experience was with that coach or team.

Honestly, What would club would send an invite without the coaching staff attached to it?

Just look at the title of this thread, for starters. Notorious for swapping out coaches and using misleading names for its teams.

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Anonymous #344982 08/11/21 09:41 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

Call the coach? Big clubs don't even tell you who will be coaching your son. They will also tell you want you want to hear. It is a business, as unfortunate as that is. Better to ask older players and their parents what their experience was with that coach or team.

Honestly, What would club would send an invite without the coaching staff attached to it?

Just look at the title of this thread, for starters. Notorious for swapping out coaches and using misleading names for its teams.

Wait until your son gets to high school and all the directors from Express don't do ANYTHING for recruiting for any of the kids on the team - double whammy for those who have one of the directors as your Varsity or JV coach. Good times.

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Anonymous #344985 08/11/21 09:49 AM
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Find a coach that cares about your son and wants him to improve and succeed. Not easy to that these days!!!

Just do your research and call the coach and talk to them upon receiving an invite. It’s not that hard.

Call the coach? Big clubs don't even tell you who will be coaching your son. They will also tell you want you want to hear. It is a business, as unfortunate as that is. Better to ask older players and their parents what their experience was with that coach or team.

Honestly, What would club would send an invite without the coaching staff attached to it?

Just look at the title of this thread, for starters. Notorious for swapping out coaches and using misleading names for its teams.

Wait until your son gets to high school and all the directors from Express don't do ANYTHING for recruiting for any of the kids on the team - double whammy for those who have one of the directors as your Varsity or JV coach. Good times.

I have 1 son that graduated from one of their schools a few years ago and another soon to graduate and I can say with 100% confidence that you're wrong.

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BoardLord #344992 08/11/21 10:47 AM
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I agree. My son would not be committed without the Express. The second the school showed interest, the Director reached out immediately and helped tremendously.

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