It’s not like Black Monday in the NFL, but since the 2019 boys high school lacrosse season ended there has been a number of head coaching changes around the country.
The Northeast Notebook dives into the latest news from the last week. New Canaan (Conn.) wins the FCIAC, Geneva (N.Y.) moves on to the finals without its coaches, Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.) is back on top and a program record in Connecticut highlight this week.
It’s been quite the season for many head coaches around the country and below you’ll find a summary of 19 coaches who hit milestones over the last month.
Among today’s Stylax Stat Leaders, Churchill head coach Jeff Fritz wins his 250th game, in the playoffs. Also, a pair of players turn it up to 11, Trevor Patschorke scores 10 in playoffs and a New Jersey goalie makes 30 saves. Read More »
LaxRecords.com continues its Looking Ahead series with our Connecticut High School Lacrosse Underclassmen to Watch. This is an early look at just some of the 2017 attackmen who were among their…
Moorestown Friends (N.J.) goalie Joshua Murdy topped Thursday’s performances with a 32 save game. Players from Jamesville-Dewitt (N.Y.), Cheshire (Conn.), Rockhurst Jesuit (Mo.), Westlake (Calif.), Upper Dublin (Pa.) and more are also among today’s leaders.
The following is a list of boys’ high school lacrosse athletes had the most saves in a single season with a minimum of 300.
Justin Anderson has the second-most career goals in high school lacrosse history. Photo courtesy: UNC Athletics Larson Sundown from Akron (N.Y.) scored 202 points as a senior. Photo by: Onondaga…
Haverford School (Pa.) head coach John Nostrant. Photo by: Carliss Million Garnet Valley (Pa.) head coach Frank Urso. Photo by Mike Loveday The Woodlands (Texas) head coach Keith Tintle. Photo…