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Trilogy Lacrosse coming to Northborough in August
07/02/2015
For the fifth year Trilogy Lacrosse will be running a lacrosse day...
Conor Healey named 2015 USILA All-American
05/17/2015
We are proud to announce that Conor Healey has just been named our...
N-S Named by Boston Cannons as Official Youth Partner
08/18/2013
The Boston Cannons of the Major League Lacrosse announced the charter...
Five Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know
06/01/2013
When Lacrosse Magazine embarked on an adventure to compile advice...
What is the Keeper of Lacrosse Project?
05/30/2013
The Keeper Project is a grassroots movement focused on protecting...
Where are they now?
05/25/2013
We wanted to let people know where some of our Alumni have gone,...
 
Trilogy Lacrosse coming to Northborough in August

For the fifth year Trilogy Lacrosse will be running a lacrosse day camp for boys in Northborough.

Trilogy is a great teaching camp and has gotten very positive reviews from parents and players in our program.

Interested people can click this link for more information and to register.

http://www.trilogylacrosse.com/New-England-Day-Camp-2015

 


by posted 07/02/2015
Conor Healey named 2015 USILA All-American

We are proud to announce that Conor Healey has just been named our program’s first collegiate All American!

NSYLA has their first Collegiate All-American.  Conor just received notification from the US Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) that he’s been named to the 2015 USILA Division III All-America Team.  He and the other AA selections will be honored at the USILA All-America Awards Ceremony in Philadelphia, on May 24, during the NCAA Championship weekend. Congratulations Conor!

Conor Healey Scores against number 1 ranked Rochester Institute of Technology    

(caption) Conor Healey (5) scores against Rochester Institute of Technology, the #1 ranked D3 team in the country

Founded in 1999 by Phil Lockwood, Greg Liposky, Stephen Rice, Marie Rice, Robert Flynn, Andi Lockwood and Brian Cooke, the Northborough-Southborough Youth Lacrosse Association (NSYLA) has had 2 High School Academic All-Americans, plus 10 High School All-Americans and now is proud to announce our first USILA Collegiate All American. Conor Healey of Southborough, Mass is an attackman for the St. Lawrence University Saints.

Earlier in the week Conor was named to the First Team All-Liberty League for the second straight year. Healey led the Saints with 70 points with 31 goals and 39 assists on the season. A 2014 First-Team selection as well, Conor led the Liberty League in assists and was second in the league standings for points last season.

The USILA is the longest standing source of college lacrosse history and recognition dating back to 1922 when they named the first All-America team. It is imperative that we enhance the recognition of our student-athletes as the interest of the game continues to grow. The 2015 USILA All-America Awards Ceremony will be held at the Hilton Philadelphia at Penns Landing, Philadelphia, PA on Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 10 am, during the NCAA Championship weekend.  

 

http://www.saintsathletics.com/index.aspx?path=mlax


by posted 05/17/2015
N-S Named by Boston Cannons as Official Youth Partner

The Boston Cannons of the Major League Lacrosse announced the charter members in 2013 of the new official Youth Lacrosse Partner Program.  http://bostoncannons.com/youth-partnership-program
 

 

2015 is our third year in the Boston Cannons Youth Partnership Program! 

Here is the list of the charter members:

  • ABINGTON YOUTH LACROSSE
  • AMHERST LACROSSE CLUB (NH)
  • BEDFORD YOUTH LACROSSE
  • COLCHESTER YOUTH LACROSSE
  • DOVER SHERBORN YOUTH LACROSSE
  • FALMOUTH YOUTH LACROSSE
  • FRANKLIN YOUTH LACROSSE
  • HANOVER YOUTH LACROSSE
  • HOLLISTON YOUTH LACROSSE
  • LYNNFIELD YOUTH LACROSSE
  • MARSHFIELD YOUTH LACROSSE
  • NASHUA YOUTH LACROSSE (NH)
  • NORTHBORO-SOUTHBORO YOUTH LACROSSE
  • NORTHBRIDGE YOUTH LACROSSE
  • PEABODY YOUTH LACROSSE
  • ROCKLAND YOUTH LACROSSE
  • SHARON YOUTH LACROSSE

 


by posted 08/18/2013
Five Big Things Every Lacrosse Parent Should Know
When Lacrosse Magazine embarked on an adventure to compile advice to help parents navigate the youth lacrosse experience by getting the opinions of more than a dozen influential figures across the game, we didn't know where it would take us. So what did we find?  Read More
by posted 06/01/2013
What is the Keeper of Lacrosse Project?
The Keeper Project is a grassroots movement focused on protecting and promoting the values of lacrosse. It is critical that each generation who played the sport own the responsibility of safeguarding the integrity and spirit of the game for future generations. The game is in your hands. Take good care of it.

by posted 05/30/2013
Where are they now?
We wanted to let people know where some of our Alumni have gone, particularly those who are playing at the college level, and we have some who have made careers out of the game as Coaches. Click Here to read more...
 

by posted 05/25/2013
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