No project of this magnitude is possible without the help of others from around the country. The following is an alphabetical list of contributors who have added to the depth and completeness LaxRecords’ boys’ high school lacrosse project. Included are the state or school in which they contributed. This list is updated as new information is submitted. It should be noted, some individuals wished to remain anonymous, yet their contributions remain significant.
To all, I thank you!
George Baldassarre, Connecticut
Keith Campbell, Massachusetts
Chris Goldberg, PhillyLacrosse.com, Pennsylvania
John Isaf, Massachusetts
Mac Kennedy, Boys’ Latin & MIAA
Bruch Lerch, Massachusetts
Brian McLaughlin, Massachusetts
George Reynolds, Scituate (Mass.)
Jamal Roberston, Cranbrook School & Michigan
Jim Schiltz, Daily Gazette, New York
Longmeadow Lacrosse, Longmeadow (Mass.)
Andrew Stanley, Collegiate School & Virginia
Brian Vona, Massachusetts
And various parents and former players
Keep tabs on all the best known high school boys’ lacrosse performances that are added each day with the daily Best Known Lacrosse Performances list. Each day as players, teams and coaches earn a spot on the overall list, LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
What I Do
LaxRecords.com aims to compile the best known records in high school lacrosse. Among the lists are the most career wins by a high school lacrosse coach. Also included are most career points, goals, assists and saves by a high school lacrosse player. Team performances for most state sanctioned championships and consecutive wins are also tracked.
Some records are incomplete. I solicit help from the lacrosse community to fill the missing gaps. If there is a performance or player missing, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a Tweet at @LaxRecords.
According to US Lacrosse, lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the nation. Just under 300,000 players competed on varsity, junior varsity, freshman and club teams. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, from 2009 to 2014, a total of 551 schools added boys’ programs, resulting in a growth rate of 27.8 percent for boys’ lacrosse. US Lacrosse produces a participation report annually since 2001, and over that time span the number of players has grown 204 percent, from 253,901 to 772,772. This survey counts only play on organized teams, and does not count leisure-time play of the sport.