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Via Mark Dixon (ESPN Lacrosse, Inside Lacrosse, Big Ten Networks):   What Happened: Albany 14, Yale 13 OT Takeaway: At this time of year we often talk about Denver and how it seems to ‘go away’ in

Guys, UA has been to the quarterfinals the last 2 years and are currently ranked #7. I'm pretty sure that qualifies as a power program.

That was one of the worst feeds I've seen in a long time.The herky jerky was pretty bad but the camera man needs to understand that lacrosse is not a game where you can fully zoom in on the player wit

Any details; and where are you getting this from? Thanks.

 

https://twitter.com/lolcooljew

 

Looks like he has trained with the Face Off Academy & Greg Gurenlian

 

Looks like was originally committed to Merrimack back in 2013

http://www.laxlessons.com/2013/10/19/zack-ornstein/

 

 

MVP Honors for NJ North-South All Starr Game

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Also the hard part about recruiting in lacrosse is you are recruiting against the elite of elites academics wise. Just look at the schools lol. As much fun it looks to play for Albany, why would you ever turn down an opportunity to go to an IVY/Duke/UVA/JHU. No offense to UA, but UA can't even touch the feet of those schools academically. There is a reason why the coaches son is going to Hopkins instead of playing for his dad.

 

The ability to get Miles/Lyle/Fields was a huge get as they were all Under Armour All-Americans.

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Another: Chaunce Hill

 

The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the recipients of the ninth annual Tewaaraton Native American Scholarships, presented by US Lacrosse. Awarded to one male and one female student each year, the scholarship honors high school students of Haudenosaunee / Iroquois heritage who exemplify high character, leadership, and academics both on and off the lacrosse field. Applicants are asked to submit an essay describing what the sport of lacrosse means to them as a Native American, as well as two letters of recommendation and a high school transcript.

 

Chaunce Hill hails from Tonawanda Seneca and will graduate from Akron (N.Y.) High School with a 3.7 GPA in June 2015. Before his senior year, Chaunce took part in the Two Row Wampum canoe trip down the Hudson River from Upstate New York to Manhattan to honor the ongoing significance of the Two Row Wampum Treaty of 1613. Chaunce was also captain of his varsity basketball and lacrosse teams during his senior year. After high school, he will go on to play lacrosse at University of Albany. Chaunce is a dedicated part of his community and an outstanding student who exemplifies all that the Foundation and US Lacrosse strive to honor with this scholarship.

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The Wed. May 20th issue of USA TODAY had a large front page sports section article about undefeated Akron, NY Lacrosse team and spoke of Chaunce Hill. He'll be a real good one. Akron is a class C school in most sports but plays mostly A & B schools in lacrosse.

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New York State 2015 Championship Standouts

 

TD Ierlan, FO/Midfield, Victor, Jr. – Albany

When the dust settled after the wild New York State tournament, Ierlan was arguably the most important of New York State’s many talented and Division I-bound face-off specialists. He was 19 of 22 against Jamesville-DeWitt, and then followed that up with a 20-of-28 performance against Manhasset, with 13 of those wins coming against Tyler Dunn, who was himself dominant at times against Long Island and Downstate competition on the way to the title game. Ierlan added a goal in the win over the Indians. He finished the season with a face-off percentage of 80.6 percent, according to SportsFive.net, winning 312 draws and losing only 76. He collected 212 groundballs along the way. If Victor has a chance to repeat next season, Ierlan will be instrumental in that success.

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