Best friends Chloe Jones of Ursuline Academy and Superia Clark of Dover High School committed to the Syracuse University lacrosse program within a week of each other. The two juniors hope to bring their strong bond and joint success with them to the Orange.
The No. 1-ranked midfielder in the Class of 2020, Isabelle Smith is ready for her opportunity at the next level after leaving a historic legacy at Westhampton Beach High School.
After the COVID-19 pandemic cut her sophomore season short, Nicole Corriveau is set to lead the Nor’easters women’s lacrosse team into 2021.
Former Essex High School and University of Notre Dame midfielder, Brendan Gleason, was able to get his first chance playing professional lacrosse with the Redwoods of the Premier Lacrosse League this summer.
Bennie Williams III, better known as Tre, was one of the leaders of his lacrosse program at Hampden-Sydney College where he helped lead the team to a conference championship in 2017. Following years in the college’s ROTC program, Williams is now an Army Ranger following the completion of ranger school this summer.
Chazz Woodson, a longtime MLL and former Brown lacrosse player, will take over as the head lacrosse coach at Hampton University near his hometown. Woodson hopes to bring the young program to new heights while inspiring others as the head man at the only HBCU Division I program.
The sport of lacrosse continues to emerge across the country. Predominantly played on the East Coast in the past, the sport continues to increase in popularity to the west. Indiana is one midwestern state seeing growth in the sport, and many hope lacrosse becoming an IHSAA sanctioned competition is not far off.
With the second season of the Premier Lacrosse League back in action, a plethora of New York talent has made an impact in the league early on.
Mason Rickens has had outstanding youth and prep careers in the sport of lacrosse. Despite suffering from trace cerebral palsy on his right side, Rickens has become a star in the sport while at St. Francis DeSales High School, and will play college lacrosse at Rutgers University over the next four years.
Jared Bernhardt will use his final year of eligibility to play football for the first time in five years at Ferris State in part to honor his late father.