NickNick Lattimore

Born and raised in Auburn, New York; Nick spent his childhood with a lacrosse stick in hand. Nick was a D1 midfielder at Fairfield University in Connecticut. Nick has been in New York City for 5 years and is in pursuit of his dream of growing the sport of lacrosse so it receives the recognition, following and continued growth it deserves.

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Billy Dreyer (’17 Goalie) Commits to Connecticut College

Congratulations to Billy Dreyer of Loomis Chaffee on his commitment to DIII program Connecticut College! Why did you choose this college? Conn. College has everything to offer in a school with great academics and an outstanding lacrosse coaching staff and program. Looking forward to helping Coach Cornell and the team win NESCAC Championships. What other colleges did you
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Frank Campanale (’17 Attack) Commits to Messiah College

Congratulations to Frank Campanale of The Shipley School on his commitment to DIII program Messiah College! Why did you choose this college? The religious affiliation, as well as the education and lacrosse team. What other colleges did you consider? High Point, Wesley, Rhodes, Lebanon Valley and Arcadia.
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Tyler Iriondo (’17 FaceOff) Commits to Christopher Newport University

Congratulations to Tyler Iriondo of Robinson Secondary School on his commitment to DIII program Christopher Newport University! Why did you choose this college? I chose CNU because of the strong business program and great campus vibe. From the moment I arrived at CNU, everyone was very friendly and welcoming. CNU’s lacrosse program has a great coaching staff and
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Joseph Poggio (’18 Attack) Commits to Mercy College

Congratulations to Joseph Poggio of Bethpage High School on his commitment to DII program Mercy College! Why did you choose this college? I chose Mercy College because it fits all my needs academically and has a great lacrosse program. What other colleges did you consider? Mount Saint Mary’s University Other (special thanks, etc.) I would like to
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Lance Crate (’18 Attack) Commits to Merrimack College

Congratulations to Lance Crate of Proctor Academy on his commitment to DII program Merrimack College! Why did you choose this college? Merrimack has great academics and lacrosse, both in a great location. Once I met with Coach Morgan and saw the campus I knew Merrimack was a place I wanted to be. What other colleges did
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Jordan Lee (’17 Attack) Commits to Christopher Newport University

Congratulations to Jordan Lee of Stone Bridge HS on his commitment to DIII program Christopher Newport University! Why did you choose this college? Great academic reputation, beautiful campus, small class sizes. What other colleges did you consider? High Point and Mt. St. Mary’s. Academic honors Member National Honor Society, Social Sciences and Math Honor Societies Other (special thanks, etc.)
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Andrew Johson (’17 Midfield) Commits to Virginia Wesleyan College

Congratulations to Andrew Johson of Landstown HS on his commitment to DIII program Virginia Wesleyan College! Why did you choose this college? Coach Stewart’s Run and Gun Style appealed to me, and the team seemed very close. What other colleges did you consider? Guilford, Wingate andRandolph. Lacrosse honors 1st Team All conference and US Lacrosse All-American Junior Year.
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Jack Parr (’17 Attack) Commits to Brown University

Congratulations to Jack Parr of McDonogh School on his commitment to the DI program Brown University! Why did you choose this college? Academics, Athletics, Location. What other colleges did you consider? Tufts, Cornell and Amherst. Lacrosse honors 2015 Adrenaline Black Card; ILPreps National Player of the Week – 3/11/2016. Academic honors 6X Deans List, Charm City Lacrosse
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Davis Sampere (’16 Faceoff) Commits to High Point University

Congratulations to Davis Sampere of Leesville Road High on his commitment to the DI program High Point University! Why did you choose this college? I decided on High Point University because I thought it was the best opportunity for me, due to the fact that it has everything that I wanted in a college.  Small classes, great professors
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Kelly Gouin (’17 Midfield) Commits to Mount St. Mary’s University

Congratulations to Kelly Gouin of King School on his commitment to the DI program Mount St. Mary’s University! Why did you choose this college? Academic fit, style of play. What other colleges did you consider? UMass. Lacrosse honors 2YR Starter Midfield 2x All-League, All-New England, BSK All-Star, Lax Evo All-Tournament Team and 2YR Starter SS Football – All-League
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Keen Griffin (’17 Midfield) Commits to Washington College

Congratulations to Keen Griffin of Woodberry Forest on his commitment to the DIII program Washington College! Why did you choose this college? Good fit academically and lacrosse wise What other colleges did you consider? Stevenson, Gettysburg, and Salisbury. Lacrosse honors All prep, Team MVP, Maverik Showtime Other (special thanks, etc.) I want to say thank you to my
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Gareth Gacetta (’17 Attack) Commits to Connecticut College

Congratulations to Gareth Gacetta of Fairfield Warde on his commitment to the DIII program Connecticut College! Why did you choose this college? Excellent academics, great lacrosse program and coaches, and beautiful campus. What other colleges did you consider? Middlebury, Tufts, and Lafayette. Lacrosse honors 2016 All FCIAC Conference East. 2016 Fairfield Warde Offensive MVP. 2016 Connecticut Post Player of
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Eric Ellis (’16 Midfield) Commits to Salisbury University

Congratulations to Eric Ellis of Eastern Regional High School on his commitment to the DIII program Salisbury University! Why did you choose this college? Salisbury is a great Lacrosse program, but also is very supportive of my academic goals. What other colleges did you consider? Penn State, Maryland, Hofstra and Rutgers.  
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Amber Bustard (’19 Goalie) Commits to Loyola University MD

Congratulations to Amber Bustard of Roland Park Country School on her commitment to the DI program Loyola University MD! Why did you choose this college? The coaching staff is phenomenal. Not only do they push you to be the best player on the field but they support your successes in the classroom which I adore. Loyola is
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National 175 Liberty Bell Challenge Announcement!

We are pleased to introduce the 2nd annual Liberty Bell Challenge individual showcase TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY, JULY 8TH FROM 10am-5pm, at PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH HS IN PHILLY (same facility as the Liberty Bell Challenge tournament being held on Saturday andSunday.   ATTENTION ALL PLAYERS SEEKING TO PLAY AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL THAT ARE NOT YET COMMITTED IN GRAD YEARS
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Jake Schneider (’17 Defenseman) Commits to Salisbury University


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National 175 Individual Summer Showcase is Almost Full

A few spots are still available for specific positions. The showcase is in it’s 5th year and nationally recognized by college coaches for it’s talent level year in and out. 70 college coaches attended last year and even more have already committed this year, headlined by Harvard – Ben DeLuca, Virginia – Marc Van Arsdale,
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Colton Krasinski (’16 Defender) Commits to Merrimack College

Congratulations to Colton Krasinski of Bedford High School on his commitment to the DII program Merrimack College! Why did you choose this college? Merrimack College offers a great lacrosse program lead by Coach Michael Morgan, with a strong emphasis on academics and the ability to stay in New England. What other colleges did you consider? A couple of
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Jordan Dondoyano (’16 Goalie) Commits to Bellarmine University

Congratulations to Jordan Dondoyano of Issaquah High School on his commitment to the DI program Bellarmine University Why did you choose this college? I chose it because of the coaches, its great academics, the campus, and the school’s commitment to help one succeed during and after college. It’s a great fit for me. What other colleges did you consider?
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Adrian Brown (’16 Attackman) Commits to Tusculum College

Congratulations to Adrian Brown of Leesville Road High School on his commitment to the DII program Tusculum College! Why did you choose this college? I chose Tusculum College based on the fact that as soon as I touched the campus I immediately fell in love with the campus, the classroom size, the educational aspects, and the student friendly atmosphere. More
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Bailey Premo (’16 Attackman) Commits to Muskingum University

Congratulations to Bailey Premo of Brunswick High School on his commitment to the DIII program Muskingum University! Why did you choose this college? Loved the campus and excelled in the academic program of my choosing; also Coach Gallagher is building a great program I would love to be a part of. What other colleges did you consider? Messiah College,
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Michael Christiansen (’18 Defenseman) Commits to Hobart W. Smith Colleges

Congratulations to Michael Christiansen of Roxbury Gaels on his commitment to the DI program Hobart W. Smith Colleges! Why did you choose this college? I felt it was the perfect fit for me.  It has great academics and lacrosse What other colleges did you consider? Villanova, Rutgers, Bryant and Binghamton Lacrosse honors NJLL Allstar, Brine National Academy, 3D Blue
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Trey Carney (’16 Faceoff) Commits to Tusculum College

Congratulations to Trey Carney of Lexington Catholic High School on his commitment to the DII program Tusculum College! Watch his highlight videos at hudl.com. Why did you choose this college? Small classroom size and coach Carrington knows how to win and treats the players like sons. What other colleges did you consider? Thiel College, Hood College, and Northland
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Eric Fitz (’16 Midfielder) Commits to Queens Univ. of Charlotte

Congratulations to Eric Fitz of Leesville Road High School on his commitment to the DII program Queens Univ. of Charlotte! Why did you choose this college? Great location, fit in well with everyone on the team. What other colleges did you consider? Stevenson and Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse honors 2nd Team All-Conference Offensive MVP Academic honors Academic All-Conference x3
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Matt Vavonese (’17 Goalie) Commits to Canisius College

Congratulations to Matt Vavonese of Christian Brothers Academy on his commitment to the DI program Canisius College! Why did you choose this college? Love the coaches and really liked the campus. Great family tradition and not too far from home. What other colleges did you consider? Hobart, Sacred Heart, Siena and Hartford. Lacrosse honors legacy tournament all star, all league sophomore
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Richard Russo (’16 Attackman) Commits to Lincoln Memorial University

Congratulations to Richard Russo of Wantagh High School on his commitment to the DII program Lincoln Memorial University! Why did you choose this college? Academics came first of course, then as soon as I arrived on campus I knew this was the school I will be attending for the next 4 years. They have an excellent business
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Noah Alvarez (’16 LSM) Commits to Lincoln Memorial University

Congratulations to Noah Alvarez of Bryan Station High School on his commitment to the DII program Lincoln Memorial University! Why did you choose this college? They gave me a lot of scholarship money. What other colleges did you consider? Tusculum, Ancilla and Lourdes.  
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Devin Gilligan (’18 Defenseman) Commits to University of Michigan

Congratulations to Devin Gillian of The Shipley School (PA) on his commitment to the DI program University of Michigan! Why did you choose this college? When I got on campus I knew that Michigan was perfect for me. It just felt like the right fit, Ann Arbor felt like home away from home. I really enjoyed the
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Chris Gomes (’16 Midfielder) Commits to New York Institute of Technology

Congratulations to Chris Gomes of Commack on his commitment to the DII program New York Institute of Technology Why did you choose this college? It was the perfect fit for me. The coaches and the players were very welcoming and I loved the school. What other colleges did you consider? Geneseo and Lycoming. Academic honors High Honor
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Joe Artiste (’16 Goalie) Commits to Aurora University

Congratulations to Joe Artiste of Rocky River High School on his commitment to the DIII program Aurora University! Why did you choose this college? I chose Aurora University because I felt right at home on my visit. Both Coach Berkman and Coach Dodson were very nice and welcoming. I also chose it because it is just
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Cristian Edwards (’16 Def) Commits to Syracuse University

Congratulations to Cristian Edwards of Winston Churchill on his commitment to the DI program Syracuse University! Why did you choose this college?: High standing academically and athletically; strong rapport with coaching staff especially defensive coach Lelan Rogers What other colleges did you consider?: Maryland, Colgate, Tufts
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Recruiting Insight with Kean University Head Coach Shelley Sheiner

The world of recruiting is a very serious competition amongst many quality athletes.  However, throughout the process it can be easy to lose sight of the importance of not only the decision one may make, but also the experience that follows.  Shelley Sheiner, Head Coach of Kean University is one who understands the benefits of
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Recruiting Insight with Drew University Head Coach Thomas Leanos

Lacrosse might be an up and coming sport, but there is still room for continued success.  When you think of continued success, Tom Leanos out of Drew University is a name that comes to mind.  Drew University’s all-time leader in wins has served as head coach for over four decades. Since Coach Leanos joined the
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MADLAX East coast Summer Showcase Team MVP Brian Wilmans 2019

Poolesville, MD – Brian Wilmans was awarded Team MVP at this year’s MADLAX East coast Summer Showcase, a tournament littered with 225 top-notch players representing 22 states and Canada along with over 20 college coaches. Brian, a face-off midfielder with 20 wins over 3 games, felt that his choice to be smart with the ball helped lead him
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MADLAX East coast Summer Showcase All-Star MVP David Dorsett 2018

Poolesville, MD – David Dorsett took home both Team MVP and All-Star MVP honors at this year’s MADLAX East coast Summer Showcase, a tournament littered with 225 top-notch players representing 22 states and Canada along with over 20 college coaches. What was David’s (who just started playing lacrosse competitively) secret sauce for claiming the crown of All-Star MVP?
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Recruiting Insight with SUNY Purchase College Head Coach Mike Bocklet

A team average of 8.3 goals per game, an 18-2 record, first ever undefeated regular season national champions and a proud member of the Denver Outlaws, all of these accomplishments come compliments of Coach Mike Bocklet, head coach of the SUNY Purchase Men’s DIII lacrosse program. We were fortunate enough to get the inside scoop
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Recruiting Insight with Boston College Head Coach Peter Sessa

Being able to build a network of alumni, friendship that lasts a lifetime, being able to play the sport that you love in a competitive arena, all of which are a part of playing lacrosse in college. We had the chance to speak with head coach of the Boston College Men’s Lacrosse team Peter Sessa
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Madison Lyon (2015 Attack) commits to SUNY College at Cortland

Congrats to Madison Lyon of Tully High School / Outlaw Ladies on committing to Division III SUNY College at Cortland. Why did you choose this college? I chose Cortland for its excellent education program and outstanding lacrosse program.  I also chose Cortland because it’s close to my home and my family will be able to watch me play.
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Recruiting Insight with Sacred Heart Head Coach Jon Basti

Lacrosse being both the most attractive aspect of college and also one of the most misunderstood, Sacred Heart’s Coach Jon Basti weighs in on the demands and realities of playing for a Division I college program. Coach Jon Basti is in his second season as the Sacred Heart men’s lacrosse head coach. In his first
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Recruiting Insight from Coach Blair of CSU-Pueblo

The art of recruiting is just that, and art. It takes a special kind of artist to build a lacrosse program from scratch and at CSU-Pueblo, Coach Blair is doing just that. With having a brand new program, the approach to recruiting is a little different than seasoned programs where in a new program, finding
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Recruiting Insight from Coach Tierney of Hofstra

Choosing a college and corresponding lacrosse program is no easy task for players and families. If you base your decision on the fact that you look good in the school’s orange and blue colors or the fact that your girlfriend or boyfriend are attending that school, then you’re doomed. There are many more important factors
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Ladies Recruiting Advice from Katie Rhodes of Colgate

We had a chance to catch up with Coach Rhodes of Colgate University, a strong liberal arts school in Hamilton, NY. Coach Katie Rhodes is entering her first season as assistant coach for the Colgate women’s lacrosse program. This year she begins her career at Colgate after two years at the University of Detroit Mercy
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Recruiting Advice From Carl Festa of D3 Wooster

We had a chance to catch up with Coach Festa of the College of Wooster, a strong liberal arts school in Ohio with a program that is up and coming under his leadership. Coach Festa took over the head coaching position in the summer of 2011 after one year as the interim coach. Now in
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Recruiting Interview with Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Andy Copelan

As we are all aware by now, lacrosse is no longer just the fastest game on two feet; it is also the fastest growing sport in the US. With that said, it is much more competitive to find a college roster spot than it was in the past, but with the right plan, drive, and
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Stache You Next Season: Movember

Though this is the last week of Movember, part of me still feels that we won’t have to wait until next Movember to see another string of mustaches.  “Championship staches,” are amongst the many superstitious means in which teams try and continue their win streaks, so keep your social media devouring eyes open for the resurrection
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Movember Week 2: Class is in session

Now that we are officially six days into the month of Movember, mustaches are a’plenty. It’s great to see so many people participating and we’ve even already raised $125! This being our first year, we did not anticipate the mustache competition we would encounter; there are staches of such authority that they could earn the
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ConnectLAX Movember: The Stache

To most, November is just another month of cornucopias, turkey, fallen leaves of yellow, orange and red contrasted against trendy fall jackets.  But in the most recent years, an old symbol of strength, wisdom and ferocity has begun to rise from the ashes, that thing being…the MOUSTACHE! November has cleverly been coined MOVEMBER, a month in
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How To Grow Your Game Outside of Practice

Dedication to a sport is not as simple as showing up for practice and games; it is more complex than that.  The players you see that rise above and stand out from the group are the players that put in extra work outside of their required duties; they are the people that go “above and
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