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Syracuse, N.Y. –The biggest carrot in the Syracuse lacrosse universe is up for grabs.

The fabled No. 22 is on the shelf and the chase is on to see who earns it.

And that is exactly the way it should be.

If no one on the Syracuse University men’s lacrosse roster can claim it for the upcoming 2018 season, the No. 22 will sit unused for the first time since 2006 with Dan Hardy, Cody Jamieson, JoJo Marasco and Jordan Evans having kept the flame lit.

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Former Syracuse University lacrosse star Ryan Powell admits the art of brewing beer is “a little over my head.”

“A brewer explaining the technical side of making beer to me would be like me discussing with him how to string a lacrosse stick,” Powell said.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – One of the most anticipated features of the annual NFCA Convention program is the diverse array of speakers that cover topics from both inside and outside softball. With the continued growth of our membership and convention attendees, the NFCA is “doubling down in Vegas.” With more Convention features than ever before, the NFCA has added four speaker sessions for 2017 and currently have 52 individual speakers scheduled over a four-day period.

Headlining this year’s event over Dec. 6-9 at Bally’s Las Vegas is keynote speaker Jessica Mendoza. You will also hear from 42-year veteran and eight-time national champion Mike Candrea (HOF ’96) of Arizona, a panel of national championship head coaches, nine NFCA Hall of Famers and both pitching coaches from the 2017 Women’s College World Series as well as some of the greatest minds in the game.

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Inside Lacrosse is proud to announce the 2017 Young Gun Sophomore Rankings from the Recruiting Issue.

The issue is available digitally. Subscribe to Inside Lacrosse here for print and digital options.

Topping the list of top sophomores is Brennan O’Neill, an attackman from St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) who is committed to Penn State.

On March 18, 2016, Brennan O’Neill’s commitment to Penn State went public. His was the first eighth grade commitment in men’s lacrosse. A little more than a year later, the NCAA had implemented rule changes intended to eliminate the possibility of a player ever committing that early again. O’Neill represents both sides of the early recruiting debate. On one hand, news about his commitment spread quickly. O’Neill had already made a name for himself with his performance at the 2015 Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse, in which he led Team 91 Crush to a championship, and so lacrosse fans were excited to find out where he’d continue his career. Critics of early recruiting were alarmed by the accelerating pace of young commitments.

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Being able to represent Hong Kong in the 2017 World Cup this summer was a dream come true. It was a priceless opportunity to reconnect to my hometown, while playing alongside some of the best lacrosse players in the world.

My first exposure to lacrosse was through my dad, who played in college. Lacrosse was and still is a family affair. My dad and my two little brothers play, and it’s a sport that unifies us.

I still remember playing lacrosse in Hong Kong at the youth level. My dad and I played catch in the backyard after school. I spent my weekends out on the field, coached by parent volunteers in the stifling 90% humidity. There was only one youth league; no schools in Hong Kong actually fielded any lacrosse teams. Fortunately, the sport was already gaining popularity. When I was in 8th grade, I played in the Hong Kong women’s league, my first real exposure to competitive lacrosse.

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Authorities have released details in the death of Lafayette lacrosse player McCrae Williams. Williams, 19 and a freshman goalie who recently arrived on campus, died last week.

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli released details of Williams’ death. From the Allentown Morning Call: “Based on interviews with about a dozen students, authorities believe the 19-year-old freshman lacrosse recruit from Weston, Mass., fell in his dorm room at Ruef Hall after a day of drinking on Sept. 9, Morganelli said. A day later, as the afternoon wore on and Williams didn’t want to get out of bed, his friends grew concerned and called for help. They carried him outside with the intention of driving him to a hospital, Morganelli said, but then called 911.”

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Inside Lacrosse is proud to unveil the Top 40 Attackmen rankings from the 2017 Recruiting Issue. The position rankings feed into the Power 100 rankings of the top incoming freshmen.

The digital edition can be purchased here.

The top attackmen list has Co-No. 1s. Tehoka Nanticoke, IL’s overall No. 1 incoming freshman bound for Albany, and Bubba Fairman, who hails from Utah and is going to Maryland.


Inside Lacrosse is proud to unveil the Top 40 Midfielder rankings from the 2017 Recruiting Issue. The position rankings feed into the Power 100 rankings of the top incoming freshmen.

The digital edition can be purchased here.

Virginia midfielder Matt Moore, from Garnet Valley (Pa.), is this year’s top midfield recruit. He’s part of a strong list of midfielders in this year’s Power 100. 


Inside Lacrosse is pleased to announce the 2017 Top 40 Incoming Defensemen from the Recruiting Issue, which can be purchased digitally.

Whether it’s the recruiting trail, picking All-Americans or drafting in MLL, evaluating defensemen is a more subjective process than evaluating any other position. Sometimes, though, a defenseive player comes along who just stands out. For the Class of 2017, that is Arden Cohen.

Cohen attended the Gunnery School through his junior season and played club lacrosse for PrimeTime. He committed to Notre Dame at the end of his sophomore summer, and transferred to Darien (Conn.) for his senior season. At every stop, it seemed like his team’s defense simply played better when he was on the field.

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The American Jewish Historical Society has opened an interactive exhibit in New York City entitled “1917: How One Year Changed the World.”

It examines how three momentous events of that year – U.S. entry into World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Balfour Declaration in which Great Britain expressed support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine – set in motion widespread changes that led to the rise of America as a world power. Part of the showcase includes artifacts from the life of war hero William Shemin, who played lacrosse and football at Syracuse.

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