GageGage Mersereau

An Indiana native, Gage learned lacrosse spending his summers on the East Coast. Gage played high school lacrosse in Indianapolis before continuing his play on the Indiana University club team. ConnectLAX was hatched in the winter of 2011 with Nick. After leaving his career in finance the following summer, Gage launched an online custom clothier Imparali.com before moving onto his passion of ConnectLAX and aim of connecting the lacrosse community.

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Bradley Baker (’17 Mid) commits to Holy Cross

Congrats to Bradley Baker of St. Dominic High School and LI Outlaws on committing to Division I Holy Cross. Why did you choose this college? I was looking for a college that was excellent academically and has a great network after graduation. I also wanted to be in a competitive lacrosse league. The Patriot league was
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Recruiting Insight From Coach Cantabene of Stevenson

College recruiting is a challenge for even the best player’s; finding the right fit on campus and on the field is no easy task. Doing so from outside the traditional lacrosse hubs is even harder given there are not as many footsteps to follow. However, with passion and a plan, you can identify and get
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DIII Recruiting with Nat St. Laurent of Ohio Northern

We spoke with head coach Nat St. Laurent of Ohio Northern, who affirmed that college is a 40 year, not a 4 year decision and to consider job placement rates alongside athletic facilities. It is important to impress coaches with your abilities and your character. Coaches want to hear what your coaches, teachers and counselors have
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Inside Recruiting with Kyle Hofstaedter of Calvin College

We spoke with Calvin College head coach Kyle Hofstaedter and assistant Graham Bergsma about the DIII recruiting scene and how high school recruits should go about target these schools. DIII is a different game because without athletic scholarships to offer, college coaches do not face the same restrictions on communication with recruits. What that means is learn
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