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Lacrosse – Duke vs Notre Dame – Duke by 5 (early line)

Duke ND Lax

Can this 2010 NCAA Lacrosse tournament be any more exciting?

The Duke – Virginia semi-final game was unbelievable.  (The hearts of these teams were unbelievable.) I’m so pumped for today’s Duke vs Notre Dame.  Hopefully it’s another great game.

Who will win? After spending an a hour reading articles and interviews from coaches, players, and lacrosse experts, I have come up with the determining factor for today’s game.


The Long Island FactorThe team with the most Long Islanders will win today.  We know Long Island is Lacrosse Country and that will be the dominant factor today.  Based upon this serious and detailed analysis, the outcome will be Duke by 5.  (Duke has 9 and ND  has 4 Long Islanders. Rosters below.) Sorry to all you Westchester and Maryland people. It is what it is…

(Another factor is we’re headed to a Dukee’s house for today’s Memorial Day BBQ… If I picked ND I would not get any of Duke-Head’s Beer Can Chicken.)

Go Duke! Go ND!  Here’s to a great game!

Duke University Men’s Lacrosse Roster (9)

Brandon Allen Bethesda, Md.  (Bullis)
Matt Anderson San Diego, Calif.  (Francis Parker)
* Ben Belmont Great Neck, N.Y.  (Great Neck South)
Mike Catalino Webster, N.Y.  (Webster Schroeder)
Tom Clute Potomac, Md.  (Bullis)
Bill Conners West Chester, Pa.  (Malvern Prep)
CJ Costabile New Fairfield, Conn.  (New Fairfield)
Stephen Coyle Kensington, Md.  (Georgetown Prep)
Ned Crotty New Vernon, N.J.  (Delbarton)
Greg DeLuca Boonton Township, N.J.  (Mountain Lakes)
James Goldberg Miami, Fla.  (Gulliver Prep)
* Zach Howell Huntington, N.Y.  (Huntington)
Michael Hutchings Durham, N.C.  (Durham Academy)
David Lawson Westford, Mass.  (Middlesex)
Jonathan Livadas Wilmington, Del.  (Dartmouth)
* Eddie Loftus Syosset, N.Y.  (Syosset)
Michael Manley Keuka Park, N.Y.  (Penn Yan)
Parker McKee Old Greenwich, Conn.  (Berkshire School)
Will McKee Old Greenwich, Conn.  (Gunnery School)
Henry Meyer Newton, Mass.  (Belmont Hill)
Scot Meyer Chapel Hill, N.C.  (East Chapel Hill)
* Terrence Molinari Manhasset, N.Y.  (Manhassett)
Tom Montelli Weston, Conn.  (Weston)
* Jimmy O’Neill Huntington, N.Y.  (Chaminade)
Josh Offit Bethesda, Md.  (Landon School)
Jason Orlando Sudbury, Mass.  (Sudbury)
Tommy Patterson Chatham, N.J.  (Delbarton)
Sam Payton Cos Cob, Conn.  (Brunswick)
Spencer Peterson Encinitas, Calif.  (La Costa Canyon)
Max Quinzani Duxbury, Mass.  (Duxbury)
* Mike Rock Bay Shore, N.Y.  (Bay Shore)
Robert Rotanz Westport, Conn.  (Fairfield Prep)
Andrew Rullan Pittsburgh, Pa.  (North Allegheny)
Tom Rynn Fairport, N.Y.  (Fairport)
Steve Schoeffel Charlottesville, Va.  (Covenant)
* Devon Sherwood Freeport, N.Y.  (Baldwin)
Sam Solie Durham, N.C.  (Middlesex)
Sam Spillane Darien, Conn.  (Darien)
Dan Theodoridis Norwalk, Conn.  (Norwalk)
Joe Tkac Gaithersburg, Md.  (Landon)
Jake Tripucka Boonton Township, N.J.  (Mountain Lakes)
* Justin Turri West Islip, N.Y.  (West Islip)
Tucker Virtue Rye, N.Y.  (Brunswick [Conn.])
Dan Wigrizer Villanova, Pa.  (Haverford)
Max Wygod San Diego, Calif.  (Francis Parker)
* Kevin Young Manhasset, N.Y.  (Chaminade)

Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse Roster (4)

* Ryan Alexander Hempstead, NY/Hotchkiss
Tyler Andersen Wayne, PA/Radnor
Ben Ashenburg Fayetteville, NY/CBA
Sam Barnes Branford, CT/Branford
Nicholas Beattie Columbus, OH/Worthington Kilbourne
Tim Bemer Strafford, PA/Malvern Prep
Jake Brems Kensington, MD/Georgetown Prep
* Zach Brenneman East Hampton, NY/East Hampton
Matt Ciambella Orchard Park, NY/Orchard Park
Tom Connor Greenwich, CT/Brunswick School
Pat Cotter Olney, MD/Georgetown Prep
Mike Creighton Malvern, PA/Malvern Prep
Quinn Cully Duxbury, MA/Duxbury
Devon Dobson New Milford, CT/New Milford
David Earl Simsbury, CT/Westminster School
Adam Felicetti Doylestown, PA/Central Bucks East
Ryan Foley Glen Ridge, NJ/Delbarton
Andrew Gleason Roswell, GA/Roswell High School
Neal Hicks Atlanta, GA/Lovett School
Brant Howell Mercer Island, WA/Mercer Island
Colin Igoe Columbus, OH/Worthington Kilbourne
Andrew Irving McLean, VA/The Hotchkiss School (CT)
John Kemp Potomac, MD/Georgetown Prep
Eric Keppeler Baldwin, MD/Dulaney
Tyler Kimball Phoenix, MD/Gilman
Grant Krebs Annapolis, MD/St. Mary’s
Chip Lanser Parkton, MD/Dulaney
Billy Maloney Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep
Patrick Maloney Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep
Jake Marmul Livonia, MI/Detroit Catholic Central
Kelly McKenna Penfield, NY/Penfield
Matt Miller Warrenton, VA/Notre Dame Academy
Brendan Moore Charlotte, NC/Providence
* Steve Murphy Shirley, NY/William Floyd
Max Pfeifer Crozet, VA/Western Albemarle
Colt Power Dallas, TX/Episcopal School of Dallas
Kevin Randall Penfield, NY/Penfield
Kevin Ridgway Kensington, MD/Georgetown Prep
* Scott Rodgers Wantagh, NY/MacArthur
Michael Rogers Annapolis, MD/DeMatha
* Sean Rogers New Hyde Park, NY/Holy Trinity
Dan Schmitt Palatine, IL/Fremd
Trever Sipperly Greenwich, NY/Greenwich
Bobby Smith Woodbine, NJ/Lawrenceville School
Taylor Tripucka Mountain Lakes, NJ/Mountain Lakes
Jim Walters East Hanover, NJ/Delbarton
Andy Will Olney, MD/Bullis












Good Luck to Matt Kerwick and the University of Jacksonville’s Mens Lacrosse Program

Coach Matt Kerwick is putting together the Men’s Lacrosse Team at the University of Jacksonville.  We wish him the best of luck developing the program.

He has been successful recruiting some players from here  on Long Island (Robert Moore (A) – West Islip High School, West Islip, N.Y, and Kyle Rebman (A) – Baldwin High School, Baldwin, N.Y.) and All-American Peter Deluca (Goalie) – Penn Manor High School, Philadelphia, Pa.

JU starts this year (February 6, 2010) against UNC.

Go for it Coach.  Here is his recruiting video.

If you are looking to play D1 Lax, it’s worth taking a look. You can help build a winner.

Want to play College Lacrosse? Lax Scholarship information

You play lacrosse in high school. Everyone dreams of playing high D1 college lacrosse at Syracuse, Johns Hopkins, UVA, UNC, Hofstra, Princeton, Maryland, or other top schools.

Is it realistic? Sometimes. Usually not.lacrosse money scholarships college

Per the National Collegiate Scouting Association (, there are 287 colleges offering Men’s Lacrosse and 356 colleges offering Women’s Lacrosse. That’s a lot of schools of varying “Divisions”, sizes, and qualities of programs. But it is a lot of schools so there is opportunity to play. You may not end up starting at UVA, but you can continue playing the sport you love after high school.

To get money and scholarships you need exposure. Participate in camps and programs. Get out there. Write letters. Get good grades. Network. Speak to your coach. Improve your skills.

Many of the Division III schools offer merit, academic, and need-base scholarships.

There is a lot of useful information on the web. A good place to start is

Go for it!