March 9 will be here before you know it, gang. That’s when lax teams from throughout the LoHud start official preseason practices. Not long after that, The Journal News and LoHud.com will be presenting our annual preseason players to watch, But why wait.
It was exactly eight months ago — on May 26 — that the Syracuse Orange defeated 2007 national champion Johns Hopkins 13-10 to win the NCAA Division I championship. “Here’s the link to our story.”:http://boyslacrosse.lohudblogs.com/2008/05/26/now-they-have-their-title/ As we prepare for the start of another college lax season, one thing to watch… Read More →
Scott Nelson, who has yet to coach a game at Marist, has reeled in another one, folks. I just received word moments ago that Zach Badalucco, an all-America defenseman for Brewster last season, has transferred to Marist after spending last semester at defending national champion Syracuse, of course.
One of the area’s top juniors, Jameson Pickel, a converted defenseman who plays for John Jay, has given an oral commitment to Johns Hopkins.
The latest possible victim of the economic crisis could be a 31-year tradition — and one which is especially vital for varsity lacrosse players hoping to impress college scouts — namely, the Empire State Games. At this point, it seems the best-case scenario might be implementation of a pay-for-play system… Read More →
Never mind the bone-chilling temperatures and snow. It’s time for lax, gang. At least at the college level.