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Recent Laxachusetts 2022 Class News

Laxachusetts Dominates Local Primetime Shootout

By Sports Staff 06/18/2019, 11:15pm EDT

Primetime Shootout Recap

Congratulations to all of our Champions:
2027AA Laxachusetts Black Co - Champs
2027AA Laxachusetts Yellow Co - Champs 
2027A Laxachusetts White Co - Champs
2027A Laxachusetts Green Co - Champs 
2026AA Laxachusetts Black Champs 
2025AA Laxachusetts Black Champs 
2024AA Laxachusetts Black Champs 
2024A Laxachusetts White Co - Champs 
2024A Laxachusetts Green Co - Champs 
2023A Laxachusetts Navy Co - Champs
2023A Laxachusetts Green Co - Champs 
2023AA Laxachusetts Black Champs

Congratulations to all of our Finalists:
2025A Laxachusetts White (2nd place) 
2026A Laxachusetts White (2nd place)

Congratulations to all of our semi finalists:
2028AA Laxachusetts Black (playing up in 4th grade division) (3rd place) 
2026AA Laxachusetts Yellow (3rd place) 
2026A Laxachusetts Green (3rd place)
2025AA Laxachusetts Yellow (3rd place) 
2025A Laxachusetts Green (4th place) 
2024AA Laxachusetts Yellow (3rd place) 
2024A Laxachusetts Navy (3rd place) 
2023AA Laxachusetts Yellow (4th place) 
2023A Laxachusetts White (3rd place)

Great job by our 2028A Green and White teams as well. Did not play the playoff pool but watching them move the ball, switch hands, and the hustle was just awesome. We are so fortunate to have such a tremendous 2nd/3rd grade group of high level and competitive players in this grade.

Congratulations to every player who left it all out on the field!

Laxachusetts @ NLF Opening Weekend

By Sports Staff 06/13/2019, 10:30am EDT

Laxachusetts Parents, 

We had our AA Youth and High Schools teams travel to Long Island for the National Lacrosse Federation opening weekend. The event features the top clubs from New England, Long Island, Upstate New York, Philadelphia, Maryland, New Jersey, Georgia, Florida, Mid West and West Coast teams. 

The High School event had over 130 college coaches in attendance (List below). 

It is not easy going out for the first time as a team and competing against the top club programs from around the country but our boys competed and represented Boston with Pride. 

Our High School teams were missing most of the Public and Catholic school players since they are all still playing in the MIAA playoffs. Our teams still had great success and our players got a ton of exposure in front of college coaches.  

Our Youth teams also had great success. Our 5th grade black, 6th grade black, and 8th grade black all made the semi finals. Our 4th grade black, 7th grade black, 7th grade yellow and 8th grade yellow all competed against some of the best teams attending the tourney. 

All of these youth clubs play year round together and also compete in Club Spring Leagues in their regions. This was an amazing weekend for Massachusetts Lacrosse to compete at the highest level and have such tremendous success. 

In the end we teach our boys that this is a great motivator to keep working hard and showing them the level of lacrosse and athletes that are playing this game around the country. So incredible for our boys to compete and develop. We are confident all of our boys went home knowing what area's they need to work on.

This weekend all of our Youth teams will be competing at the Prime Time Tournament held locally. Looking forward to see our boys compete against the local clubs from New England this weekend. This weekend we are playing or New England Pride !!! 

This is a great weekend for our boys and teams to be working on all of the little things. Fundamentals, Fundamentals, Fundamentals.

College Coaches in Attendance at the NLF Opening Weekend 


First Name Last Name School Division Position
Dan Carson Air Force I AC
Bill Wilson Air Force I HC
Merrick Thomson Albany I AC
Kevin McKeown Binghamton I HC
Ryan Polley Boston U HC
Mike Silipo Boston U I AC
John Svec Brown I AC
Casey Brodersen Bryant I AC
Travis Harrington Bryant I AC
Ryan Danehy Bucknell I AC
Matt Dugan Bucknell I AC
Derek Marks Canisius I AC
Chris  Cooper Colgate I AC
John Crawley Colgate I AC
Connor Buczek Cornell I AC
Jordan Stevens Cornell I AC
Brendan Callahan Dartmouth I HC
Joe Conner Dartmouth I AC
Nate Norbo Dartmouth I AC
Noah Fossner Delaware I AC
Bill Tierney Denver I HC
John Danowski Duke I HC
Andrew Athens Furman I AC
Richie Meade Furman I HC
Mike Phipps Georgetown I AC
Tim Cimini Hartford I AC
Kyle Turri Hobart I AC
JP Brazel Hofstra I AC
John Gorman Hofstra I AC
Seth Tierney Hofstra I HC
Shayne  Lynch Holy Cross I AC
John Galloway Jacksonville I HC
Bobby Benson Johns Hopkins I AC
Dave Pietramala Johns Hopkins I HC
Scott Bieda Lafayette I AC
Tom Compitello Lehigh I AC
Casey Eidenshink Lehigh I AC
Jimmy Montana LIU-Post I AC
Eric Wolf LIU-Post I HC
Drew Kelleher Manhattan I HC
JD Recor Marist I AC
Jake Richard Marquette I AC
John Tillman Maryland I HC
Chad Surman Mercer I AC
Mike Morgan Merrimack I HC
Jim Rogalski Michigan I AC
Justin Turri Michigan I AC
Daniel Lawrence Monmouth I AC
Erik Holt Mount St. Mary's I AC
Ryan Wellner Navy I AC
Joe Breschi North Carolina I HC
Kevin Unterstein North Carolina I AC
Gerry Byrne Notre Dame I AC
Brad Ross Ohio State I AC
Mike Abbott Penn I AC
John  Haus Penn State I AC
Jeff Tambroni Penn State I HC
Jeremy Hirsch Princeton I AC
Chris Gabrielli Providence I HC
Alex Zomerfeld Quinnipiac I AC
Alex Zomerfeld Quinnipiac I AC
Brian Brecht Rutgers I HC
Jon Basti Sacred Heart I HC
Mike Chanenchuk Sacred Heart I AC
Erich Skelly Sacred Heart I AC
Charles Giunta Saint Joseph's I AC
Scott Meehan Saint Joseph's I AC
Liam Gleason Siena I HC
Jason Miller St. John's I HC
Dan Paccione St. John's I AC
Larry Kline Stony Brook I AC
Anthony Gilardi Towson I AC
Greg Canella UMass I HC
Craig McDonald UMass I AC
Doc Schneider UMass I AC
Kevin Gould UMass Lowell I AC
Albert Mitchell UMass Lowell I AC
Will  Manny Utah I AC
Mike Corrado Villanova I HC
Lars Tiffany Virginia I HC
Kip Turner Virginia I AC
Jon Birsner VMI I HC
David Drozjock Wagner I AC
Bill McCutchen Wagner I HC
Andrew Stimmel Yale I AC 
Andrew Whitley   I  
Brendan Barrett Assumption II AC
Guy Bourdon Assumption II HC
Mike Gongas Belmont Abbey II AC
Greg Paradine Lenoir-Rhyne II HC
Jeremy Frosch Lindenwood II AC
Greg Taylor Molloy II AC
Tim Tuttle NYIT II AC
Tom Mariano Pace II HC
Alex Skvarch Walsh II HC
Joe Turner Wingate II AC
Quinn Moroney Amherst III AC
Jon Thompson Amherst III HC
Brian Praetorius Bard III HC
Andrew Deane Bates III AC
Mark Miller Bowdoin III AC
Steven Beville Cortland III HC
Kevin Kohout Delaware Valley III HC
Matt Brancaccio DeSales III HC
Pete Donley Dickinson III AC
Luke Harding Fairleigh Dickinson III AC
George Breres Farmingdale State III AC
Brendan Chamberlain Farmingdale State III AC
Sean Chamberlain Farmingdale State III HC
Dave Alyanakian Franklin & Marshall III AC
Nick Fiorentino Geneseo III HC
Nick Hautau Manhattanville III AC
Bob Leary Marian III HC
Gus Brakeley Middlebury III AC
Kyle Hayes Misericordia III AC
Rich Petillo Mitchell III HC
Kevin McDonough Ohio Wesleyan III AC
Jake Coon RIT III HC
Vinny Biancardi RPI III AC
Joe Martin Skidmore III HC
Kevin Stockel Stevens III AC
John Carroll Trinity III AC
John Savage Nassau JUCO HC

The Laxachusetts Youth Fall Ball program is an optional program where about 50% of our players participate because the other 50% are too busy with fall sport (football, hockey and soccer). 

Its a great opportunity for players to get plenty of coaching, development and playing time with smaller size rosters at the events. 

The main focus on our Fall Ball season is about playing the game with toughness, grit and outworking your opponents. At our skill sessions the main focus is on passing / catching with strict detail on mechanics. This game is much easier to have success when you can pass and catch with both hands. 

We wrapped up our Fall Ball season last weekend at Devens, MA where we participated in the Primetime Fall Classic hosted by the PrimeTime Penguins. A great event with strong clubs from MA, RI, NH and CT. 

Our Laxachusetts teams won 6 of the 7 Championships. 

  • 2027 White lost in Championship Game 
  • 2027 Navy and 2026 Navy Co Champs in the 2026 Division (2027 Navy playing up a year)
  • 2025 White lost in Semi Finals 
  • 2025 Navy won the 2025 Championship
  • 2024 Green and White Co Champs in the 2024 A Division 
  • 2024 Navy Champs in the 2024 AA Division 
  • 2023 Green and White Co Champs in the 2023 A Division 
  • 2023 Navy Champs in the 2023 AA Division 

Overall our teams went a combined 40 wins and 6 losses at the PrimeTime Fall Classic. 

We participated in (2) Local Tourneys this Fall with the Scarecrow Tourney hosted by NH Tomahawks and Primetime Fall Classic hosted by PT Penguins. 
After the two tourneys we had a combined record of 74 wins, 10 losses and 2 ties winning 10 out of 12 Championships. 

We are very happy for the success of our players and teams but more importantly, we are proud of how hard our boys played. 

We do not judge success by wins and losses alone. We just success on how those wins and losses happen. 

We look forward to our favorite part of the program year. Our indoor skills training from November to March. This is where the real work begins and how our players separate themselves from the pack. 

There may be people that have more talent than you, but there's no excuse for anyone to work harder than you - Derek Jeter 

We look forward to getting to work over the next few months. 

Boston Pride 

LXC Staff