With three goals and one assist in a 10-9 win over Valor Christian (Colo.), Pure became the first player in Colorado history to score 400 points in a career. Among today’s Honorable Mentions are players from St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), Severn (Md.), Centennial (Ga.), Ward Melville (N.Y.), Gonzaga (D.C.), Manhasset (N.Y.), Wando (S.C.), Notre Dame Prep (Ariz.) and Penn Charter (Pa.).
Three-Peat Wando (Mt. Pleasant, S.C.) did something no boys’ lacrosse team from South Carolina has done before. With the 19–9 win over Nation Ford (S.C.) in the state championship game, the Warriors became the the boys program in state history to win three consecutive titles. “We are certainly proud of the tradition that we have… Read More
During 2017, LaxRecords.com will name a Player of the Week each Tuesday. Submit players statistics to LaxRecords.com for consideration in future Player’s of the Week. You can follow the link above or use LaxRecords.com/player to make submissions. Player of the Week winners do not need to fall into the minimum categories that determine the Best… Read More
It’s PI Day, so LaxRecords is celebrating by looking back at the best known performances that have occurred on March 14. So far, five players and one team have earned spots on the Best Known Stat Leaders list on this day. The oldest one occurred in 2012 and the most recent happened in 2016. Goals… Read More
LaxRecords continues its summer feature, Looking Ahead: South Carolina with underclassmen to watch, possible milestones and more for 2017.
Today, LaxRecords.com looks back at the 2016 boys’ lacrosse season with Season Rewind: South Carolina, highlighting teams and players. July will kick off our first-ever Looking Ahead features with an in-depth look at underclassmen to watch, what milestones could be reached and the teams to watch in 2017.
As team’s win the various championships around the country, LaxRecords.com will post the entire list of 2016 champions, including runners-up and scores. New this year, there is also lacrosse championship recaps.
Among today’s highlights in the weekly notebook, St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale) became the first team not named St. Andrew’s (Boca Raton) or Lake Highland Prep (Orlando) to win the FHSAA state championship since 2002. Also today, South Carolina gets a champion, Lambert (Ga.) dominates and two new lists make their appearance.
St. Brendan (Fla.) senior Carlos Clavijo’s season-long assault on the best known Florida record for the most goals scored in a season came to its end on April 1 when he scored five goals in his final varsity game. Also included in today’s roundup is Stonewall Jackson (Ga.) scoring big, Lambert (Ga.) ended the longest active win streak and more.
This week’s Stat Stars lists the Top 3 players and teams in each category from the past week. Want to catch up on who led the nation for the most points, goals, assists, saves? This is the place to do it. It was an exciting week as several players topped the 11-point and eight goals marks this week. Also, another long winning streak came to an end and teams on the West Coast put up big goal numbers.