Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Video: Collision - a.k.a. "Lacrosse is a Contact Sport 2"

ESPNU Headlines ESPN's 2010 College Lacrosse Schedule

ESPNU Headlines ESPN's 2010 College Lacrosse Schedule: "ESPNU will lead ESPN's college lacrosse coverage with increased game coverage this season, including 40 men's and women's regular-season contests combined, in addition to one live ESPN2 and game. The networks will televise 57 games overall, including 42 regular-season contests (up from 30) and 15 NCAA Tournament games across ESPNU, ESPN, ESPN2 and Coverage will begin on ESPNU on Friday, Feb. 19, at 5:00 p.m. ET, when No. 6 Johns Hopkins hosts Manhattan."

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

U.S. Men's National Team - Fall 2009 Clinics

• Sunday, October 25 • Philadelphia, Pa.
at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School

Register Here U.S. Men's National Team - Fall 2009 Clinics

UConn Lacrosse 2010 Alumni game Helmet Cam View

A little dizzying, but a cool view of the game.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Lorne Smith Lacrosse Shooting—Time and Room

Princeton Men's Lacrosse To Help Open New Meadowlands Stadium

"The first event in the new stadium in the Meadowlands will feature the Princeton men’s lacrosse team. Well, maybe the third event. Either way, it’ll be a big day.

The opening game of the 2010 Princeton men’s lacrosse season, like every game from the 22 seasons before it, will feature a head coach named Tierney. The second game will not.

Chris Bates will open his first season as Princeton head coach on Feb. 27 at home against Hofstra and head coach Seth Tierney, whose uncle Bill Tierney left Princeton for Denver at the end of last season after spending 22 years with the Tigers"

Full Story Here :—The Official Web Site of Princeton University Athletics

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Thursday, October 15, 2009

RU Men's Lacrosse Set to Scrimmage Lafayette Sunday

RU Men's Lacrosse Set to Scrimmage Lafayette Sunday: "PISCATAWAY, N.J. (Oct. 15, 2009) – The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team is set to scrimmage Lafayette Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on Rutgers’ F-3 turf field in Piscataway, N.J.."

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Princeton To Host English Men's Lacrosse Team, Play At Delaware

M. Lacrosse - NEWS -—The Official Web Site of Princeton University Athletics: "Princeton To Host English Men's Lacrosse Team, Play At Delaware

10/13/09 - Princeton will play two fall events in three days, beginning Thursday night when it hosts the English national team at Class of 1952 Stadium in at 7 pm in a matchup that will be free and open to the public. Princeton will also play at Delaware Saturday, facing the host team at noon and then Loyola at 2:15 on a day that will also include Bucknell-Loyola at noon and Bucknell-Navy at 2:15"

Enlyten Electrolyte Strips

Friday, October 9, 2009

Rutgers Women's Basketball to Appear on Verizon FiOS

Rutgers Women's Basketball to Appear on Verizon FiOS: "In addition to three women’s basketball games, FiOS TV is also telecasting RU men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse action."

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Rutgers Men's Lacrosse Holds Annual Banquet

Rutgers Men's Lacrosse Holds Annual Banquet: "PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Saturday was a day of celebration for the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team as it began with its annual team banquet at the Busch Campus Faculty Dining Hall followed by a team intra-squad scrimmage and alumni scrimmage on Rutgers’ F-3 turf field."

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Lower Body Workout Video for Lacrosse

Excerpt from "Good to Great Goaltending"

Excerpt from Good to Great Goaltending

Lacrosse News: "In researching speed training for lacrosse goaltenders, a large variety of drills can actually be derived from the martial arts. The same skills used for making a goaltender save, hold true with the martial arts."

Book details are available at

Monday, September 14, 2009

Lacrosse News

Lacrosse News: "Richard Stockton College has named Kevin Zulauf as its new head lacrosse coach. Zulauf elevates to the top spot for the Stockton program after two years as the assistant coach for the Ospreys. His lacrosse background also includes stints as a player at Wagner College and Stockton as well as previous coaching experience for numerous camps and youth teams."

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Lacrosse News

Lacrosse News: "Lacrosse at the high school level has grown over 100% just since 2001. While it may still not challenge the top 10 sports in terms of sponsorship, it is continuing to expand rapidly while most other sports are not. In fact, lacrosse remains among the top three fastest growing sport among those that are in the top 15 in popularity."

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Lacrosse News

Lacrosse News: "The 3rd Annual Nick Colleluori Classic will be held at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pennsylvania. The tournament takes place on Saturday October 10th beginning at 9:00 am, when it will feature 10 Division I college lacrosse teams, and on Sunday October 11th, when eight Division III teams will play."

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Friday, September 4, 2009

NFHS | 2010 Major Rules Changes and Editorial Changes

NFHS | 2010 Major Rules Changes and Editorial Changes: "2010 Major Rules Changes and Editorial Changes"

2010 Major Rules Changes

2-1-1 This revision defines a procedure and penalty should a team fail to have a legally equipped goalkeeper at the beginning of the game.

4-3-4 This revision defines how players must grasp the stick on a faceoff. With the addition of the term wrapped around, the rule specifies that all of a face-off player’s fingers must be wrapped around his stick.

4-16 This revision specifies that a player receiving a pass cannot be checked unless the ball is within five yards of that player.

6-3-2f This revision makes it explicit that a player “locking down” with his arm or any other part of his body over an opponent’s stick is illegal.

6-5-2t This revision stipulates that it is illegal procedure should a team fail to have a properly equipped goalkeeper on the field of play at any time during the game and prescribes a procedure for handling goalie-penalty situations.

Monday, August 31, 2009

Westfield Patch - Westfield Dominated NJ Lacrosse in 1986

Westfield Patch - Westfield Dominated NJ Lacrosse in 1986: "Westfield Dominated NJ Lacrosse in 1986"

Following a 1985 season, where the team finished as the fifth top in the state, Westfield lacrosse enjoyed one of its finest seasons in 1986, winning their first state championship and continuing to break to records and earn recognition.

Westfield posted 17 wins in 1986, including a win in the Bristol Cup against Summit and State Championship win over rival Bridgewater East, the team that defeated Westfield in the finals the year before. In this game Westfield cruised to victory and following their win over Bridgewater East they were named the Star Ledger’s #1 team in New Jersey.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Philly Lacrosse Showcase Should Be Major Recruiting Event

Philly Lacrosse Showcase Should Be Major Recruiting Event

By Chris Goldberg,

Episcopal Academy in suburban Philadelphia will serve as the host site November 21 for the inaugural Philly Lacrosse Showcase, a major recruiting event that will feature 210 of the top scholastic boys' lacrosse players in the Mid-Atlantic Region and beyond.

The event – which is being sponsored by – was developed by Andy Hayes, Episcopal Academy head coach and Eastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association (EPSLA) president. Hayes also co-directed the inaugural EPSLA Showcase in June.

That event brought more than 50 Division I coaches to Philadelphia to watch two All-Star Games and has helped lead to numerous scholarship opportunities for Philly players in the current senior and junior classes.

The overwhelming success of the Showcase caused Hayes to create the Philly Lacrosse Showcase in hopes of further promoting players in the Philadelphia region, while also opening it to players from other areas. This event will feature open registration for any sophomore, junior and senior in the country aspiring to play at the major college level.

The registration process (web site is will open Sept. 1 and close after 70 players, evenly distributed by position, have signed up in each class. Registration costs $130. The players will be guaranteed to compete in three morning games in front of college coaches. The tournament committee will choose the players to compete in the “Fab Forty” All-Star Game for each class in the afternoon.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

TV Coverage for the MLL Semifinals and Championship

TV Coverage for the MLL Semifinals and Championship: "Boston, Mass. - Following an exciting final weekend of regular season play in Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the fourth and final team qualified for the 2009 New Balance MLL Championship Weekend and the pairings have now been determined. The Denver Outlaws (9-3), Toronto Nationals (7-5), Long Island Lizards (6-6), and Boston Cannons (6-6) will travel to Annapolis and take the field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on August 22 and 23."

Monday, August 17, 2009

Friday, August 14, 2009

Former Hobart Players Sentenced in Warren Kimber Case

Former Hobart Players Sentenced in Warren Kimber Case: "Two former Hobart lacrosse players (now Hobart graduates) Matthew Smalley (Cumberland, R.I./Avon Old Farms, Conn.) and Bradley Hester (Woodbridge, Va./Woodbridge) were sentenced to 50 hours of community service for their role in the death of Warren Kimber IV. Hester Smalley must also obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation as well as pay a $200 surcharge."

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Gene Peluso Hired as Head Lacrosse Coach at Stevens

Gene Peluso Hired as Head Lacrosse Coach at Stevens: "HOBOKEN, N.J. (August 10, 2009) - On Monday morning, Stevens Institute of Technology Director of Athletics Russell Rogers (Branchburg, N.J.) announced that Gene Peluso (Rochester, N.Y.) will take over as the 19th men's lacrosse coach in the 125-year history of the program. Peluso, who began coaching in 1992 after a decorated playing career at Nazareth College, was the head coach at Rochester Institute of Technology for the past eight seasons."

Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes 11 Prep Standouts

Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes 11 Prep Standouts: "PISCATAWAY, N.J. – The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team has brought in 11 prep standouts for the 2010 season, head coach Jim Stagnitta announced Wednesday."

Monday, August 10, 2009

Kettlebell Training for Lacrosse

Thursday, August 6, 2009

New York pro lacrosse team negotiating move to Orlando

The New York Titans of the National Lacrosse League are having ongoing discussions with Orlando city officials about a lease agreement that would ensure the team would move to Central Florida.

If the Titans and the city reach a deal, the team would play its 2010 season at Amway Arena and its subsequent seasons at Amway Center.

"We're still in discussions with them, and things are progressing nicely," Allen Johnson, the city's venues director, said Wednesday. "Hopefully, in the next week or so there will be more to come."

Titans officials did not return phone messages left by the Orlando Sentinel on Wednesday.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Lacrosse on the Today Show

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

David Metzbower To Leave Princeton Men's Lacrosse Program

Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

David Metzbower has turned down an offer to become the head men’s lacrosse coach at Princeton and will be leaving the University.

Metzbower has been the top assistant at Princeton for the last 20 years under Bill Tierney and has spent the last seven with the title of Associate Head Coach. Tierney left Princeton earlier this month to become the head coach at Denver.

“The reason I’m leaving is because of the fact that I’m always on the road and have very little time to spend with my family,” Metzbower says. “I feel like I’m at an important juncture of my life. When Bill decided to leave, it shocked me so much, it made me take stock in my life and take a look at what I was or wasn’t able to do for my family. I don’t know my kids’ teachers. I don’t know what they do. I’ve been to about three of their sporting events. I hear other people talk about time they spend with their family, and I get jealous. I feel like I was putting Princeton lacrosse in front of my family.”

Metzbower helped Princeton to a 230-63 record, as well as six NCAA championships and 14 Ivy League championships.

“I want to thank all of the alumni and past and present players,” Metzbower says. “That’s been the hardest part for me, to walk away from Princeton after all the great support I’ve gotten the last few days.”

Princeton was 13-3 and reached the NCAA quarterfinals this past year. The Tigers return six starters, including three All-Americas, though eight seniors who all contributed in huge roles have graduated.

The search for Tierney’s successor will resume immediately.

“Sometimes when you are faced with a tough decision, it focuses your mind,” says Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters. “Metz was given the opportunity to succeed Bill and made the decision not to do so for personal and family reasons, and we respect him for that. We’re dedicated to finding the coach who will continue the tradition of Princeton lacrosse that Bill Tierney and David Metzbower did such a great job of sustaining.”

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Garden State Challenge Schedule


North: Tues, Wed June 16th and 17th 4:00-7:00pm at Madison HS (two fields)

Game 1 4pm to 4:45pm

Game 2 4:55 to 5:40pm

Game 3 5:50 to 6:35pm

South: Tues, Wed June 16th and 17th 4:00-7:00pm at RV Athletic Complex in Easthampton, NJ.

Game 1 4pm to 4:45pm

Game 2 4:55 to 5:40pm

Game 3 5:50 to 6:35pm

Seeding games will be two 20 minute halves with 5 minute half time


Thurs June 18th from 4:00-8:00pm at North Hunterdon HS (two fields)

4:00pm: 5th seed North vs 5th seed South and 4th vs 4th

5:15pm: 3rd vs 3rd and 2nd vs 2nd

6:30pm: 1st vs 1st

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

TOC Final on Fox College Sports

The 2009 NJ Boys Lacrosse Tournament of Champions will air on Fox College Sports on June 11, 16, and 18. For those of you with Comcast - check in the 700's on your channel line up. I found the game on Channel 720 airing from 8a-10a on 6/11.

I'm not sure where to look on other cable systems. Someone on mentioned Channel 300, but I'm not sure what cable system he was referring to.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Bill Tierney Leaves Princeton To Become Head Men's Lacrosse Coach At Denver

Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Bill Tierney, who came to Central Jersey more than two decades ago and built a forgotten program into a six-time NCAA champion and 14-time Ivy League champion, is leaving Princeton University to become the head men’s lacrosse coach at the University of Denver.

“I don’t leave Princeton unfulfilled, unhappy, or disappointed in any way,” Tierney says. “I leave Princeton for an opportunity that I never thought would come my way. I give my deepest thanks to Princeton, to [University President] Shirley Tilghman and to [Director of Athletics] Gary Walters. I thank all of the wonderful players I’ve had here. I thank all of the great men who’ve coached with me, especially David Metzbower and Bryce Chase. I have all the confidence in the world that Princeton will choose the right leadership to follow in my path.”

Tierney went 238-86 as Tiger head coach, including 13-3 in 2009, the last of his 22 seasons at Princeton. Including his three seasons as RIT, Tierney is 272-93 as a college head coach.

His resume also includes leading the United States team to the 1998 World Championship. He is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

In addition to six NCAA championships, Tierney took Princeton to eight NCAA finals, 10 NCAA Final Fours and 16 quarterfinal appearances, including one in 2009. Princeton had never reached the NCAA tournament prior to his arrival.

While at Denver, Tierney will coach with his son Trevor, an All-America goalie at Princeton who played on the 1998 and 2001 NCAA championships teams, who will be an assistant coach with the Pioneers. Tierney and his wife Helen will also be closer to his youngest daughter Brianne, who is an assistant coach under former Princeton great Theresa Sherry with California’s women’s lacrosse program, and youngest son Brendan, who lives and works in Seattle. His other daughter Courtney will continue to coach at the Pennington School near Princeton.

“The University and the athletic department obviously have bittersweet feelings about Bill's decision to take the head coaching position at Denver,” Walters says. “We understand his interest in being closer to members of his family and working with his son Trevor, while simultaneously taking on the challenge of spreading the lacrosse Gospel to the Western states. We also recognize the extraordinary contributions he has made to Princeton University and the education of our student-athletes for 22 years.”

Tierney inherited a team that won five Ivy League games in the four years prior to his arrival combined. Princeton had not won an Ivy League championship in the 20 years prior to his arrival, in the summer of 1987.

He told his first class of Princeton recruits that they would win a national championship together and then went out and made that happen with a 10-9 double overtime win over Syracuse on Memorial Day 1992.

Princeton followed with NCAA titles in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2001. In all, Tierney went 30-12 in NCAA tournament games, making him and Roy Simmons Jr. of Syracuse (with 34) the only coaches with at least 30 Division I NCAA tournament wins. Of Tierney’s six NCAA championships, four were won in overtime.

“Bill has been a great leader of the Princeton lacrosse program and a great ambassador for the athletic department and the game of lacrosse itself,” Walters says. “At the same time, Princeton remains committed to the high quality of its men's lacrosse program, and as such we will now conduct a national search in as timely a manner as possible.”

Tierney inherits a Denver team one year removed from the NCAA tournament. The Pioneers went 7-8 in 2009, their final in the Great Western Lacrosse League as they move to, ironically, the ECAC for 2010.

“The expansion of the game to the West is exciting,” Tierney says. “If we are truly going to make lacrosse a nationwide sport, we need for some programs out there to become great. I think I can help Colorado lacrosse become the launching pad for that movement. Denver University has had a short, ten-year Division I existence.

“I am proud of what we were able to do together at Princeton. This has not been an easy decision for me. I am confident that Princeton lacrosse is in a great position moving forward, and that is extremely important to me.”

Saturday, May 30, 2009

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NJ Tournament of Champions Schedule for 6/1/09


Date & TimeSiteHomeAway


6/1/2009 Mon 5:00 PM BridgewaterKinnelon Bridgewater


6/1/2009 Mon 7:00 PM BridgewaterRidgewood Immaculata

NJ Boys Lacrosee State Finals: Kinnelon defeats Chatham Video Highlights

2009 NJ Lax: Bridgewater-Raritan vs. Cherokee- 1st Qtr Video

2009 NJ Lax: Bridgewater-Raritan vs. Cherokee- 2nd Qtr. Video

2009 NJ Lax: Bridgewater-Raritan vs. Cherokee- 3rd Qtr. Video

2009 NJ Lax: Bridgewater-Raritan vs. Cherokee- 4th Qtr. Video

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

NJ Boys Lacrosse State Tournament: Shawnee tops West Windsor South

Boys Lacrosse State Tournament: Shawnee tops West Windsor South

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

NJ Group Finals Schedule

Non Public A Livingston HS 3:00 pm

Non Public B. Watchung Hills HS 3:00 pm

Group I Livingston HS 5:00 pm

Group II Ridge HS 5:00 pm

Group III Ridge HS 3:00 pm

Group IV Watchung Hills HS 5:00 pm

Video: Syracuse vs. Cornell - 2009 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Game Final Minutes

Sunday, May 24, 2009

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New Jersey Boys Lacrosse Playoff Schedule 5/26/09

Check out the new flavors of XS Energy Drink


Date & TimeHomeAway


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM West Deptford Paul VI


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Glen Rock Wallkill Valley


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Immaculata Pope John (Sparta)


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Pingry Morristown-Beard


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Mountain Lakes Kinnelon


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Delbarton Bergen Catholic


5/26/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Summit Mendham


5/26/2009 Tue 4:15 PM Ridgewood Montgomery


5/26/2009 Tue 4:30 PM West Windsor South Shawnee


5/26/2009 Tue 4:30 PM Chatham Madison


5/26/2009 Tue 4:30 PM West Morris Moorestown


5/26/2009 Tue 4:30 PM Bridgewater Randolph


5/26/2009 Tue 6:00 PM St. Augustine St. Josephs (Metuc...


5/26/2009 Tue 7:30 PM Cherokee Montclair


5/26/2009 Tue 8:00 PM Washington Twp. Clearview

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/22/09

Date & Time

5/22/2009 Fri 4:00 PM

Seton Hall Prep

5/22/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Nutley St. Josephs (Montv...

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/21/09

Date & Time

5/21/2009 Thu 4:00 PM


5/21/2009 Thu 4:00 PM Ocean City Paul VI
5/21/2009 Thu 4:00 PM New Providence Lenape Valley
5/21/2009 Thu 4:30 PM Fair Lawn Wayne Hills

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Monday, May 18, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/20/09

Date & Time

5/20/2009 Wed 3:45 PM

Cherry Hill West

Paul VI
5/20/2009 Wed 3:45 PM Winslow Mainland
5/20/2009 Wed 4:00 PM Manasquan Red Bank Regional
5/20/2009 Wed 7:00 PM Randolph North Hunterdon

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/19/09

Date & Time

5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM

Oratory Prep

5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Mainland Lenape
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Paramus Catholic Ranney
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Jefferson Mendham
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Cranford Delaware Valley
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Rumson-Fair Haven Toms River South
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Immaculata Somerville
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Columbia Morristown
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM St. Rose (Belmar) Wall
5/19/2009 Tue 4:00 PM Morris Knolls Seton Hall Prep
5/19/2009 Tue 4:15 PM Wayne Hills Pascack Valley
5/19/2009 Tue 4:30 PM Demarest Old Tappan
5/19/2009 Tue 5:00 PM Morris Hills Chatham
5/19/2009 Tue 7:00 PM Indian Hills Mahwah
5/19/2009 Tue 7:00 PM West Essex Caldwell
5/19/2009 Tue 7:00 PM Ramapo Fair Lawn

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/18/09

Date & Time

5/18/2009 Mon 3:45 PM


Cherry Hill West
5/18/2009 Mon 3:45 PM Neptune Brick Memorial
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Randolph West Morris
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Montclair Kimberle... Verona
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Hopewell Valley Montclair
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Delbarton Northern Highlands
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Millburn Wayne Valley
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Middle Township Winslow
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Lower Cape May Kingsway
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Livingston Nutley
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM New Providence Morris Catholic
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Dwight-Englewood St. Josephs (Montv...
5/18/2009 Mon 4:00 PM Lenape Valley Oratory Prep
5/18/2009 Mon 4:30 PM Union City Demarest
5/18/2009 Mon 5:30 PM Hillsborough Notre Dame
5/18/2009 Mon 6:00 PM Moorestown Cherokee
5/18/2009 Mon 6:00 PM Paul VI Camden Catholic
5/18/2009 Mon 6:30 PM North Warren North Hunterdon
5/18/2009 Mon 7:00 PM Montville Mount Olive
5/18/2009 Mon 7:00 PM Toms River North Manasquan

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/16/09

Date & Time

5/16/2009 Sat 10:00 AM

River Dell

Old Tappan
5/16/2009 Sat 10:00 AM Hanover Park Nutley
5/16/2009 Sat 10:00 AM Montclair Kimberle... DePaul
5/16/2009 Sat 10:00 AM Cherokee Holy Cross
5/16/2009 Sat 10:00 AM Cherry Hill West Camden Catholic
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM East Side Edison
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM St. Peters (JC) Bernards
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM North Warren Vernon
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM Chatham West Morris
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM Morris Hills Roxbury
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM Kingsway Mainland
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM Sparta Fair Lawn
5/16/2009 Sat 11:00 AM Ocean City Southern Regional
5/16/2009 Sat 1:00 PM Montville Blair
5/16/2009 Sat 1:00 PM Delbarton Chaminade
5/16/2009 Sat 1:00 PM Don Bosco Montclair
5/16/2009 Sat 2:00 PM Kinnelon Ridgewood
5/16/2009 Sat 2:00 PM Mendham West Essex
5/16/2009 Sat 7:00 PM Wayne Hills Wayne Valley

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

NJ Boys Varsity Lacrosse Schedule for 5/15/09

Date & Time

5/15/2009 Fri 3:30 PM


Glen Ridge
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Pope John (Sparta) Boonton
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Verona Governor Livingsto...
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Seton Hall Prep Morristown
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Newark Academy Cranford
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Red Bank Catholic Colts Neck
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Ewing Ocean Township
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Glen Rock Wallkill Valley
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Oakcrest Lower Cape May
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Clifton Jefferson
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Notre Dame Rancocas Valley
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Middle Township Cherry Hill East
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Immaculata Bergen Catholic
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM Morris Catholic Dwight-Englewood
5/15/2009 Fri 4:00 PM J-P Stevens Hamilton West
5/15/2009 Fri 4:15 PM Ridgewood Kinnelon
5/15/2009 Fri 4:30 PM Montgomery Shawnee
5/15/2009 Fri 4:30 PM North Hunterdon Somerville
5/15/2009 Fri 4:30 PM Madison Randolph
5/15/2009 Fri 4:30 PM Union City Paramus

Game times and locations are subject to change. Check with the host school for the latest updates.