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    Tuesday
    Jun022009

    NJCAA Lacrosse Men’s Coaches Association Announces End of The Year Awards 

    Delhi, NY: The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association is pleased to announce the end of the season awards for the 2009 season.

    The Glen Gerrato Award recognizing the top Offensive player in NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse is given to Onondaga Community College’s Sophomore Attackman Jerome Thompson (LaFayette). Jerome led the nation in scoring with 65 goals and 56 assists en route to capturing his second National Championship as a player. Thompson’s 121 points on the season is second all time at Onondaga Community College history.

    The Ed Devine Award recognizing the the top defensive player in the NJCAA is presented to Onondaga Community College’s Sophomore Goalie Jon Fiorillo (Corning West). Jon anchored the stingiest defense in the country as Onondaga allowed an average of 5 goals per game. Fiorillo had a 71% save percentage on the season.

    The Scott D. Livie Award is presented to the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year. This year’s award will be presented to Chuck Wilbur (CNS) of Onondaga Community College. Wilbur led the Lazers to an undefeated season and a National Championship. The Award will be presented at the Intercollegiate Mens Lacrosse Coaches Association Awards Banquet at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in December.

     


    NJCAA All-Americans, First Team
    A Jerome Thompson Onondaga Community College
    A Michael Colonell CCBC-Essex
    A Peter Boucher Nassau Community College
    M Jeremy Thompson Onondaga Community College
    M Ron Irving Nassau Community College
    M Reed Phillips CCBC-Essex
    M Ed Prevost Onondaga Community College
    M JP Finn Herkimer County Community College
    D Thomas Sullivan Anne Arundel Community College
    D Pete Mumford Onondaga Community College
    D David Stock CCBC-Essex
    D Kevin Zichelli Anne Arundel Community College
    G Jon Fiorillo Onondaga Community College







    NJCAA All-Americans, Second Team
    A Dom Scalzo Onondaga Community College
    A Doug Hoch Herkimer County Community College
    A Zach Cummings Anne Arundel Community College
    M Corbin Voelker Anne Arundel Community College
    M Patrick Hayes Suffolk County Community College-MJG
    M Joseph Herman Nassau Community College
    M Brock Weisenberg CCBC-Essex
    M Jordan Jacques Hudson Valley Community College
    D Ian Nash Monroe Community College
    D Bob Schnibbe Onondaga Community College
    D Travis Atwell Anne Arundel Community College
    D Matt Hoffman CCBC-Essex
    G Dan Solazzo Herkimer County Community College
    Tuesday
    May262009

    Section 4 Girls Playoff Seedings

    Class A

    May 29 final
    Quantcast

    2-Binghamton at 1-Ithaca, time TBA

    Class B

    May 27 semifinals

    1-Vestal 12, Maine-Endwell 10

    2-Union-Endicott 18, 3-Horseheads 9

    May 29 final

    At highest remaining, seed, time TBA

    Class C

    May 26 first round

    6-Chenango Forks at 3-Johnson City, 4:30 p.m.

    5-Seton Catholic Central at 4-Owego, 4:30 p.m.

    May 28 semifinals

    SCC/Owego winner at 1-Corning East, 5 p.m.

    CF/JC winner at 2-Corning West, 7 p.m.

    May 30 final

    At highest remaining seed, time TBA

    Tuesday
    May262009

    Section 4 Boys Playoff Seedings

    Class A

    May 29 semifinals

    4-Vestal at 1-Ithaca, 7 p.m.

    3-Corning West at 2-Binghamton, 7 p.m.

    June 2 final

    at highest remaining seed, time TBA

    Class B

    May 27 first round

    Johnson City 8, 6-Union-Endicott 5

    5-Horseheads 8, 4-Maine-Endwell 5

    May 29 semifinals

    Horseheads at 2-Chenango Forks, 4:30 p.m.

    Johnson City at 1-Corning East, 7 p.m.

    June 2 final

    At highest remaining seed, TBA

    Class C

    May 27 first round

    Whitney Point 9, Owego 8 OT

    May 29 semifinals

    Whitney Point at 1-Chenango Valley, 4:30 p.m.

    3-Elmira Notre Dame at 2-Seton Catholic Central, 4:30 p.m.

    June 2 final

    At highest remaining seed, TBA

    Monday
    May182009

    The Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League prepares for Summer 2009

    The Upstate Outdoor Lacrosse League, UOLL, is currently seeking teams and players for their 2009 summer season. In its 6th season the UOLL has grown to include two mens open collegiate divisions, Masters, Grandmasters and Women's Open Division. Over the past two summers the league has grown to 40+ teams and has included over 46 Division I, 18 Division II, 58 Division III and 13 NJCAA programs.

    New for 2009:

    Grand Masters - The Grand Masters Division, ages 45+, is for those players looking to get back into the game. No physical contact permitted and all games will be played on a shorter field. The UOLL will assign players/groups of players to teams. Those interested should register and contact the Director at info@uoll.org.

    Women's College Prep - This division is for girls who are interested in playing college lacrosse. The UOLL will supply local college coaches with player information, schedules and a venue for the coaches to watch players throughout the summer. This division is for serious players who have interest in playing college lacrosse. Minimum age 16 years and/or a current varsity player and/or graduated senior. The UOLL will place individuals or groups together to make teams. Those interested should register and contact the Director at info@uoll.org.

    The 2009 season will begin on Sunday, June 7th for Masters, Grand Masters and Women's, and Thursday, June 11th for Men's Open running an 8-week schedule through Thursday, July 30th. Teams with qualifying records will engage in playoff and championship games on the first weekend of August.

    Those interested in playing in the 2009 season can obtain more information on the League Format page. Please direct any questions to info@uoll.org.

    We're looking forward to another incredible season this summer!
    See you on the field!

    Tuesday
    May052009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 for May 5th

    This week's CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 has a fresh look after the top three teams from last week lost along with several upsets in Conference Tournaments. Stevenson reclaims the top spot with Salisbury close behind, followed by last week's leader Roanoke. Gettysburg, Cortland, and Washington & Lee all climb with huge wins, as do Western New England and Wesleyan. And Nazareth re-enters the Top 20 with their Conference Titla and automatic bid.

    Middlebury, Ithaca, and Geneseo all fell after losses, as did Haverford and Tufts.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.

    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last
    1
    Stevenson(VJ) 74 3 4t
    2
    Salisbury 72
    4t
    3
    Roanoke 70
    1
    4
    Gettysburg 68 1 6
    5
    Cortland 67
    7
    6
    Middlebury 59
    2
    7
    Wash. & Lee 57
    12t
    8
    Ithaca 52
    3
    9
    W New England 44
    12t
    10
    Geneseo 41
    8
    11
    Cabrini 39
    11
    12
    Wesleyan 37
    15
    13
    Haverford 33
    9
    14
    Tufts 29
    10
    15
    Denison 28
    14
    16
    St. Lawrence 23
    17
    17
    Lynchburg 10
    16
    18
    Bowdoin 8
    18t
    19
    Endicott 8
    18t
    20
    Nazareth 6
    n/a

     

    Others receiving votes: Eastern Conn., OWU, St. John Fisher, Williams, RIT, Stevens.