For 19 consecutive seasons Tom Rotanz has been the Head Boys Lacrosse Coach at Shoreham-Wading River High School on Long Island. An SWR school board meeting on Tuesday night revealed that Rotanz would not retain his job as the coach of the team, and what had been an ugly situation set to brew, is quickly becoming a steaming hot pot of disaster for people on both sides of the debate.
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Onondaga Community College and Nassau Community College absolutely went at it yesterday out on Long Island for the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse national championship. OCC ended up with the 15-11 win, and their fifth straight title, and we were roundly impressed with the talent on both teams.
Welcome to another Lacrosse Video Explosion. It’s Friday, it’s pouring in NYC, and lacrosse season is in full swing. What more could you ask for? Here’s to hoping that the weather is better in your neck of the woods!
In this week’s ‘Who Does It Better?’, we pit two hotbeds against each other to see who has the better accent!
The first annual Empire State Cup lacrosse tournament is underway in New York State. Ryan Connors is here to break down each team and give you a quick preview of the tournament, plus his pick to win it all.
People have always called Baltimore and Long Island “The Meccas of Lacrosse,” and a few other cities have worked their way into the conversation. But which city will be the NEXT to truly break through?
Joe Vitale, an all-american midfielder from Adelphi (NCAA D2) on Long Island, is covering LI box lacrosse in his first post. The game is growing, and this modified version is definitely helping keep Long Island at the top of the lax ladder.
Our newest Fireside Chat is an unreal interview with the Bratton brothers. They’re names are Shamel and Rhamel, and they’ve got a lot to say. Get to know the Brattons a little better and see what’s in store for the future!
Barry Marenberg, a longtime reader and friend of LAS, stops by to talk about the issues surrounding lacrosse combines, athletic testing, and how it can help you get recruited. Are combines the future?
Connetquot High School’s lacrosse community comes together every May to honor three former teammates with an Alumni game. But it doesn’t end there. See what these Connetquot grads are doing to make sure that future laxers in their community have it even better!
The MLL is back for another Summer of high-quality lacrosse! The league has made improvements, but it’s not perfect. Let’s take a deeper look at what they are doing, and what they could be doing!
David Palacios is back with some thoughts on the entire Division 2 NCAA Lacrosse season. The games are over but the opinion, rumors and video highlights just keep coming. Congrats to Mercyhurst again for their first National Title!
You want even more Lacrosse? The Lacrosse Drop has you covered! Old photos, NEW video, news and a couple of music recommendations to keep the Holiday Lax Season rolling!
The Lacrosse Drop is back but this time we’re going Christmas Special Edition. That means MORE photos, MORE news and WAY MORE VIDEO (over ten videos to be MORE precise). LAS loves the game of lacrosse so we’re dropping it on you hard.
Video. Custom Helmets (Now THREE!) Photos. News. Growing the Game! It’s all inside and more. So much drop. So much Lacrosse.
One conversation and your mind just starts racing. The MLL is always an interesting subject and this time, I’ve got it all figured out. I think.
Connor Wilson recounts his experience with the Southampton Brewery LC at the recent Long Island War on the Shore tournament. Last year they took home the inaugural championship, click through to see if they repeated.
Interesting case in Long Island, NY, plus news & notes as always.
Conner Wilson has a rundown of the latest and greatest going on in the world of lacrosse every Saturday. This week: big signings up at Albany, news from LXM PRO, Greer in Minnesota, and even a rumor of some sick see-through helmets. Lax links are a go.
Long Island is a hot bed area for lacrosse. Always has been and always will be. However, what always struck me as weird was the lack of quality lacrosse tournaments over the summer on “the Island”.