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Interesting.....looks like a long island thay claims to be good passedon queen of the island ? Probably plauing in one of their weak "my lacrosse tournament"?

Success breeds jealousy!

Good one , by the way you would actually have to be successful. Nice try
dense statement. 91 Roar has never lost to a LI team. Every negative comment abt 91 is from a parent that kid can't make that team.

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Interesting.....looks like a long island thay claims to be good passedon queen of the island ? Probably plauing in one of their weak "my lacrosse tournament"?

Success breeds jealousy!

Good one , by the way you would actually have to be successful. Nice try
dense statement. 91 Roar has never lost to a LI team. Every negative comment abt 91 is from a parent that kid can't make that team.

Wrong again ...keep telling lies

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Both Suffolk Teams are Daddy ran.

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Tradition is underrated. They tie or nearly beat YJ Friedman every time they step on the field. They have an unstoppable middie and great coaching. Tradition lost by one goal to YJ yesterday at the queen of the Island yesterday and if the game went on another 30 seconds they would of tied. Kudos to YJ coach for stopping game play and cursing out all the coaches and refs.

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What are their names?

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Tradition is underrated. They tie or nearly beat YJ Friedman every time they step on the field. They have an unstoppable middie and great coaching. Tradition lost by one goal to YJ yesterday at the queen of the Island yesterday and if the game went on another 30 seconds they would of tied. Kudos to YJ coach for stopping game play and cursing out all the coaches and refs.
Tradition are well coached.

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YJ Friedman 3-0 at Lax for the Cure beating Top Guns, Monster and Eagle Stix. 6-0 this fall.

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I would suggest this order

YJA
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LegacyA
JestersA
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Your list is going to need some work. For starters, the following teams on your list are not competing in the highest pools this fall (or they don't exist): Legacy, Jesters, YJB, YJNassau, Legacy, Liberty, FLG. That makes no possible way that any of them can rank higher than the ones that are: YJA, TGA, Tradition, 91.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

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I would suggest this order

YJA
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Your list is going to need some work. For starters, the following teams on your list are not competing in the highest pools this fall (or they don't exist): Legacy, Jesters, YJB, YJNassau, Legacy, Liberty, FLG. That makes no possible way that any of them can rank higher than the ones that are: YJA, TGA, Tradition, 91.


Wrong....91 took another beatdown in Maryland. They can't beat the better teams so they're deserving of a low ranking . YJ Friedman at the top then everyone else , as the above piayer just said Friedman is 6-0 this fall .

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

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As much as you may have heard bad things about Duswalt. He is a pretty good coach. He's def a screamer. But what coach isn't. His teams every year get the short end of the stick cause the better players move to YJA. But he's 6-0 for the fall so far and he's been pretty successful in getting the B teams on a winning run year over year. You can say the same for the Howley teams too.

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As much as you may have heard bad things about Duswalt. He is a pretty good coach. He's def a screamer. But what coach isn't. His teams every year get the short end of the stick cause the better players move to YJA. But he's 6-0 for the fall so far and he's been pretty successful in getting the B teams on a winning run year over year. You can say the same for the Howley teams too.

Coach Duswalt, is that you writing about yourself again. It’s actually comical. How was your retention?

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

You just answered your own question. "High" is not the same as "Highest" which actually matters in the ranking system. So, that's what I mean by not competing in the highest pools.


You won't have to guess about this for much longer than a week. USClub Lax will update their rankings very soon and you'll be able to see exactly where you stand. But...not sure how you could think that YJB is better than Tradition. Tradition 29 is currently ranked number six in the nation. They spent the last month playing and beating out of state teams that are rated in the high 90's (let's note that YJA beat them recently though). Tradition played in a higher pool than YJB in Queen of Long Island. YJB's record and goal differential is great, but they're playing mostly teams that are rated in the low 80's.

Yes YJB are higher than Liberty, who seemingly do not have a 2029 team. Jesters does play in the highest pools of some out of state tournaments, though 2029 isn't their "flagship" year.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

When comparing this comment to reality, the answer is: neither.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

When comparing this comment to reality, the answer is: neither.

Doesn’t even make sense.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

When comparing this comment to reality, the answer is: neither.

Doesn’t even make sense.

Sure it does. The commenter is not sure of how YJB can't be ranked among the A teams, stating that these B teams are engaging in a high level of competition.
The respondent asks "which B team?" (Duswalt or Nassau)
The other respondent says that in reality neither team is engaging in the highest level of competition.
This is, in fact, true. While both YJB teams have great records, their competition is rated mostly in the 80's by USCL.

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dense statement. 91 Roar has never lost to a LI team. Every negative comment abt 91 is from a parent that kid can't make that team.[/quote]

It would be cool if they didn't avoid Long Island competition. No show at Queen of Long Island, Lax for the Cure, etc. Let's also not dismiss the fact that they've now begun losing to out-of-state teams that Long Island Teams have beaten (Monsters Elite (8-6) for example- beaten by both Tradition (9-8) and YJFriedmann (6-4)). 91 won't be the ones posting screenshots of the USCL leaderboard here next week, that's for sure.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

When comparing this comment to reality, the answer is: neither.

Doesn’t even make sense.

Sure it does. The commenter is not sure of how YJB can't be ranked among the A teams, stating that these B teams are engaging in a high level of competition.
The respondent asks "which B team?" (Duswalt or Nassau)
The other respondent says that in reality neither team is engaging in the highest level of competition.
This is, in fact, true. While both YJB teams have great records, their competition is rated mostly in the 80's by USCL.

Are we really talking about 6 grade girls rankings?! Pathetic.

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What do you mean by not competing in the highest pools? YJB plays in high pools out of state. Perhaps not as high as YJA, but certainly higher than the clubs that don't go to the better tournaments (Jesters, Traditions, Legacy, Liberty).

Which YJB team are you referring to, YJ Suffolk or JY Nassau?

When comparing this comment to reality, the answer is: neither.

Doesn’t even make sense.

Sure it does. The commenter is not sure of how YJB can't be ranked among the A teams, stating that these B teams are engaging in a high level of competition.
The respondent asks "which B team?" (Duswalt or Nassau)
The other respondent says that in reality neither team is engaging in the highest level of competition.
This is, in fact, true. While both YJB teams have great records, their competition is rated mostly in the 80's by USCL.

Are we really talking about 6 grade girls rankings?! Pathetic.

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USCL Rankings on how 2029 Long Island Teams rank nationally as of 11/18/22

#3: Yellow Jackets A (Friedman)
#10: Top Guns A (Black)
#12: Tradition
#30: Yellow Jackets B (Duswalt)
#85: FLG Blue Devils
#99: Top Guns B (Purple)
#102: Lax on Elite

No other Long Island teams appear in the rankings, typically due to not entering into enough ranked play.

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you'll be grateful to know that there are plenty of places where your kid can go play the width of the field for participation trophies. this is not that place. those who are good enough to be ranked care about ranking, and that's the expectation after paying several thousand dollars on lacrosse each season.

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USCL Rankings on how 2029 Long Island Teams rank nationally as of 11/18/22

#3: Yellow Jackets A (Friedman)
#10: Top Guns A (Black)
#12: Tradition
#30: Yellow Jackets B (Duswalt)
#85: FLG Blue Devils
#99: Top Guns B (Purple)
#102: Lax on Elite

No other Long Island teams appear in the rankings, typically due to not entering into enough ranked play.

Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

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Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

I do not think it is a horrible idea however USCL should just wait till the summer tournaments for rankings. At this age it gives teams, programs and parents an idea on where they stand in comparison to others since we are all spending time and money for our girls to be part of these teams. Maybe after spending the past 3 years or so in a program it might be time to tryout for a higher ranked team and see where your daughter stands. In the past, the most movement from program to program occurs after the 6th-8th grade seasons.

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Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

I do not think it is a horrible idea however USCL should just wait till the summer tournaments for rankings. At this age it gives teams, programs and parents an idea on where they stand in comparison to others since we are all spending time and money for our girls to be part of these teams. Maybe after spending the past 3 years or so in a program it might be time to tryout for a higher ranked team and see where your daughter stands. In the past, the most movement from program to program occurs after the 6th-8th grade seasons.

I liked it better when we ranked our teams on ponytail length and scream volume like the last four pages on this forum.

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Too funny lol......team 91 does it with their boys too. If they lose they don't report the scores to uscl so then their not ranked and get embarrassed. It's not good for the brand . Unreal

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I’d like to thank 2029 91 for annihilating my daughter’s “beginner” 2028 team this weekend rather than registering for ranked tournaments against girls of appropriate age level and ability. Blowing out more than one team by more than 12 points, with no threat of it affecting your ranking is a real bragging point and learning experience for everyone involved. Bravo. Not a single team in the top 150 in this tournament. Like shooting fish in a barrel, but you get to brag that you beat older girls.

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What tournament was this?

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What tournament was this?

Fall Lacrosse Classic in Tourney Machine.

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Classic 91 style . They need something to post on Instagram....it's a business lol

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My wife was at the Tournament down in Delaware yesterday with my 11 year old daughter. There was a 26 windchill. Girls freezing & crying. At what point do we say enough is enough? Greed is the root of all evil. Oh and there were no scholarships given out yesterday.

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My wife was at the Tournament down in Delaware yesterday with my 11 year old daughter. There was a 26 windchill. Girls freezing & crying. At what point do we say enough is enough? Greed is the root of all evil. Oh and there were no scholarships given out yesterday.

Esports. Check it out. You can play them within the comfort of your own home. I hear there are scholarships there, but I don't know. You seem to be looking further ahead than most of us.

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Why didn’t you leave them? You felt your daughter was at risk of frost bite or her crying was too much then why did you stay? Stop coming on here and complaining when you are a main part of the problem. No one was forcing your kid to play that day except you. Either pull your kid off the field or stop whining about it.

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Why didn’t you leave them? You felt your daughter was at risk of frost bite or her crying was too much then why did you stay? Stop coming on here and complaining when you are a main part of the problem. No one was forcing your kid to play that day except you. Either pull your kid off the field or stop whining about it.

Slight overaction?! You obviously don't have the bandwidth to understand what he was saying.

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Why didn’t you leave them? You felt your daughter was at risk of frost bite or her crying was too much then why did you stay? Stop coming on here and complaining when you are a main part of the problem. No one was forcing your kid to play that day except you. Either pull your kid off the field or stop whining about it.

Slight overaction?! You obviously don't have the bandwidth to understand what he was saying.

Oh please. He wasn’t saying anything particularly insightful. He’s the only one talking about scholarships here and is putting his kid in a situation that he considers in harm’s way, but for the benefit of his pipe dream (that he’s spun into being all of our pipe dream). The respondent’s reply holds up. Shame on us greedy greedy lacrosse parents and directors (even the ones that were smart enough to enroll in the 1/2 dozen warm weather fall tournaments rather than drive into the arctic weather of Delaware). Indoor dance is currently enrolling in a strip mall near you.

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Why didn’t you leave them? You felt your daughter was at risk of frost bite or her crying was too much then why did you stay? Stop coming on here and complaining when you are a main part of the problem. No one was forcing your kid to play that day except you. Either pull your kid off the field or stop whining about it.

Slight overaction?! You obviously don't have the bandwidth to understand what he was saying.

Oh please. He wasn’t saying anything particularly insightful. He’s the only one talking about scholarships here and is putting his kid in a situation that he considers in harm’s way, but for the benefit of his pipe dream (that he’s spun into being all of our pipe dream). The respondent’s reply holds up. Shame on us greedy greedy lacrosse parents and directors (even the ones that were smart enough to enroll in the 1/2 dozen warm weather fall tournaments rather than drive into the arctic weather of Delaware). Indoor dance is currently enrolling in a strip mall near you.

Hey Popeye, take it down a couple notches. I’ve got no skin in the game here but you seem to be completely overreacting.

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Why didn’t you leave them? You felt your daughter was at risk of frost bite or her crying was too much then why did you stay? Stop coming on here and complaining when you are a main part of the problem. No one was forcing your kid to play that day except you. Either pull your kid off the field or stop whining about it.

Slight overaction?! You obviously don't have the bandwidth to understand what he was saying.

Oh please. He wasn’t saying anything particularly insightful. He’s the only one talking about scholarships here and is putting his kid in a situation that he considers in harm’s way, but for the benefit of his pipe dream (that he’s spun into being all of our pipe dream). The respondent’s reply holds up. Shame on us greedy greedy lacrosse parents and directors (even the ones that were smart enough to enroll in the 1/2 dozen warm weather fall tournaments rather than drive into the arctic weather of Delaware). Indoor dance is currently enrolling in a strip mall near you.

Hey Popeye, take it down a couple notches. I’ve got no skin in the game here but you seem to be completely overreacting.


What are you, my dad? Not for telling me how to respond to something...but for the Popeye reference? Still had some swimmers for a 2029 kid? Weird.

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Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

I do not think it is a horrible idea however USCL should just wait till the summer tournaments for rankings. At this age it gives teams, programs and parents an idea on where they stand in comparison to others since we are all spending time and money for our girls to be part of these teams. Maybe after spending the past 3 years or so in a program it might be time to tryout for a higher ranked team and see where your daughter stands. In the past, the most movement from program to program occurs after the 6th-8th grade seasons.

I liked it better when we ranked our teams on ponytail length and scream volume like the last four pages on this forum.


YJ Freidman ranked #3 in the country for 2029....where is 91. Oh, they must have forgotten to report their scores because they didn't win one game in Maryland lol

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Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

I do not think it is a horrible idea however USCL should just wait till the summer tournaments for rankings. At this age it gives teams, programs and parents an idea on where they stand in comparison to others since we are all spending time and money for our girls to be part of these teams. Maybe after spending the past 3 years or so in a program it might be time to tryout for a higher ranked team and see where your daughter stands. In the past, the most movement from program to program occurs after the 6th-8th grade seasons.

I liked it better when we ranked our teams on ponytail length and scream volume like the last four pages on this forum.


YJ Freidman ranked #3 in the country for 2029....where is 91. Oh, they must have forgotten to report their scores because they didn't win one game in Maryland lol


You need to play minimum of 6 games to be ranked. They only played 5. Games against another grade, such as the 2028 bracket they played in at Fall Classic do not count. Go to rankings, check alphabetical and scroll down. All their games are reported, including the losses you say are not.

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Ranking these young ladies so early is a horrible idea. Please tell me I'm not the only one who thinks this?

I do not think it is a horrible idea however USCL should just wait till the summer tournaments for rankings. At this age it gives teams, programs and parents an idea on where they stand in comparison to others since we are all spending time and money for our girls to be part of these teams. Maybe after spending the past 3 years or so in a program it might be time to tryout for a higher ranked team and see where your daughter stands. In the past, the most movement from program to program occurs after the 6th-8th grade seasons.

I liked it better when we ranked our teams on ponytail length and scream volume like the last four pages on this forum.


YJ Freidman ranked #3 in the country for 2029....where is 91. Oh, they must have forgotten to report their scores because they didn't win one game in Maryland lol


You need to play minimum of 6 games to be ranked. They only played 5. Games against another grade, such as the 2028 bracket they played in at Fall Classic do not count. Go to rankings, check alphabetical and scroll down. All their games are reported, including the losses you say are not.

91 has been notably absent from direct ‘29 competition and losing when present. I’m wondering if playing B/C level 28 girls is indicative of the 29 team being short on players or something and needed to add some 28’s to the roster. Otherwise it’s odd. Dodge A level teams at Queen of Li, Live Love Lax, and Delaware but enroll in low level 28 tournaments?

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