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Reader’s Choice: Adrenaline Performance Of The Week

Ryan Compitello Stony Brook Lacrosse
Ryan Compitello against Brown. Pocket 34.

Think back about all the performances you witnessed over the weekend – a team winning a big game, an individual player having a HUGE day, or a coach winning an historic game – and nominate them in the comments section as your Adrenaline Performance Of The Week. Make sure to tell us WHY you picked them! It can be a HS, college or even Pro player, team or coach.  Or even a mascot!  If they do something great!

The LAS Reader with the winning comment (and the all important LAS seal of approval!) gets a free pair of GREY Adrenaline Rasta Socks that you can’t buy in stores. You have to know people to get these… and you know us!

Here’s an example of what a nomination might look like:

I’m nominating Ryan Compitello of Hartford for his 3 goal, 2 assist effort in the Hawks win, which secured them their first American East Chanpionship and NCAA bid.  Compitello also scored the game winner as he got laid out in the final seconds of the game.  Fantastic effort from the Happaugue boy back on the Island.  To top it off, his older brother, Tom Compitello plays for Stony Brook.  Must have been tough for the parents!

Ryan Compitello Stony Brook Lacrosse

Ryan Compitello against Brown. Pocket 34.

IMPORTANT: The comment with the most likes, replies (and that gets the all-important LAS stamp of approval!) will be declared the winner! This is a weekly recurring series here at LAS, so this won’t be your last chance to win free custom socks from Adrenaline!  Now, nominate away!


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Last week’s winner is Emmett Faricy for his nomination of Dominican University’s team for their win over NDNU.  West Coast lax, growing the game, and a good rivalry brewing.  Good call, readers!

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  • My vote goes to Peter Lawrence, head coach of Hartford. He has taken a program that in the past 6 years had 2 season of no wins and had never won more than 4 and is taking them into the NCAA tournament. Oh yeah, and the Hawks have their top 7 scorers returning so look for the Hawks to only improve in 2012.

  • A Chalk Nomination, for sure, but anytime that a player leads his team to victory in a league championship game, I think that deserves a nomination for the Adrenaline Performance of the Week.
    Robert Joseph Montgomery Pannell (as 412 calls him) dropped 1 goal and 5 assists to lead all scorers in the Ivy League Championship against Yale, which the Big Red of Cornell won 11-7. Yes, he only dropped one goal, and a couple teammates of his had 3 goals, but he dropped 5 assists! He saw that he was being “shut down” and decided to still lead the team to victory by feeding. This is why he is my choice for the POW, because he has been able to consistently drop dimes when needed. According to Cornell’s stats, he has 37g and 45a, both team leading stats! I’m excited to see what he does in the tournament.

  • I am nominating Kevin Kaminski from Delaware. While he is not the team’s leading scorer, the senior midfielder stepped up in the CAA tournament, scoring 2 goals in the semifinals to help defeat Hofstra as well as 3 more goals in the finals against UMass to secure a spot in the NCAA tournament.

  • I go with RIT’s team performance. Going into a tournament undefeated with a schedule like the one they played is impressive (Cortland, Stevens, Nazareth twice, Ithica twice) is one milestone, but the other goes to their 14 goal victory over Nazareth (an NCAA at large team) is a statement. Lots of questions were raised early on and RIT answered them pretty concretely for the top spot in the tournament. Both their coaches and their players should be Adrenaline Performance of the Week

  • my vote goes to Rob Bosco whom lead the Colgate Raiders to a 10-8 victory over Maryland for the first time ever! Bosco accumulated 4 points (2g 2a)

  • I am nominating the University of Hartford’s coach Peter Lawrence. I am nominating him because the Hartford Hawks have never won more than 8 games in a single season, and now they are heading to the NCAA Tournament after taking nationally ranked #13 Stony Brook in the America East Championship. That’s why I’m nominating Hartford head coach Peter Lawrence.

  • I nominate the WHOLE 361LAX Mens Team. 1st year playing together, coming together to help launch the Flour Bluff Lacrosse Club’s High School team, and now we are the 2011 Gulf Coast Lacrosse Association champs!!! Some might be tired of hearing about lacrosse in Corpus Christi, TX… but what a year it has been! Performance of the Week… maybe even Performance of the Year!!! @fblax:disqus @damightymescan:disqus @chewyfrdabluff:disqus @laxallstars:disqus @bigpoppancc:disqus

  • If there was one person to nominate from the whole team, I would nominate our goalie Stephen Charlebois. Yes, our attackmen and middies combined for almost 40 points over the course of the GCLA championship weekend…. BUT less then 9 got by Stephen in three games, with two of those games being back to back. AND in the Championship game he even felt the wrath of Ismael @damightymescan Sanchez.. who was on his own team!

  • Tony Seaman – Former Towson head coach and a Balitmore lacrosse Hall of Famer who resigned this week after an enormously successful career with the Tigers. Seaman has laid foundations for several prominent college programs including Johns Hopkins, Penn and Towson. With over 250 wins to his name and nearly 20 Division 1 tournament appearances, Seaman deserves to be recognized for his collective performance over many years. With his resignation this week I think it only right that he be nominated.

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