This week’s Northeast notebook features Tucker Garrity who became Newtown’s program leader, the region’s second-longest winning streak ending and news from New York and Connecticut.
Darien (Conn.) extended its winning streak to 55 games behind the strong play of Tanner Strub and Brian Minicus, both of who earned spots on the Stylax Stat Leaders. Also today, players from New Jersey and New York make the list.
Under Armour announced today the rosters of boys who will represent the New England region at the 2017 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament. Players from both private and public schools in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York and even New Jersey and Pennsylvania made the team.
LaxRecords.com continues its Looking Ahead series with our Connecticut High School Lacrosse Midfielders and Face-off Men to Watch list. This is an early look at just some of the 2017 midfielders and face-off men who were among their team’s leading scorers or made All-State as juniors. TweetShare66ShareRedditEmail66 Shares
Under Armour announced today the Midwest boys’ who will represent the region at the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament. The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature boys teams and consist of two divisions of players from the graduating classes of 2017-2020.
Johns Hopkins commit, Matt Stagnitta, now has 300 career points (303) and needs just 10 assists to reach 200 for his career (190) after his Monday performance. Also in the afternoon update, Gill St. Bernard’s junior Nick Cooper notches his eighth game with at least 10 points.
Under Armour, with Corrigan Sports Enterprises and Inside Lacrosse, has announced Under Armour All-Americans second wave of men’s participants, who have been selected to compete in the 11th-annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game on July 2.
The 2015 Major League Lacrosse Draft took place in Baltimore, Md. on Friday, Jan. 23 at the US Lacrosse National Convention and LaxRecords.com is looking at the players’ personal performances during their high school and college careers. TweetShare4ShareRedditEmail4 Shares