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FLG Recruiting Feature: Class of 2022 Boys Defenders and Goalies

This is an interview feature with some of the best defensemen in the 2022 class off Long Island. Each interview includes the players name, position, high school, intended major, what makes these players unique, and highlight videos.

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BYG Episode 1, Girls Recruiting Hangout

Beyond The Game is officially going LIVE on Tuesday, January 8th at 7:30PM. Our first official episode will bring in three of America’s top Head Coaches from the Women’s College game to discuss recruiting. This episode is open to anyone! (Access the show by visiting our facebook page here.) Be sure to learn all about our special guests

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Top Division I Coaches Coming to FLG’s 2018 Legit Showcase

Albany (16-3) – The Great Danes ranked No. 2 in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse RPI, finished the season as America East champions, made their first NCAA Final Four appearance, and had a Tewaaraton finalist, Connor Fields. Coach Derrick Eccles is the volunteer assistant and former two-time Albany team captain who will be in attendance looking for

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FLG ’18 Boys Premier Showcase – Top 10 Premier Players

The FLG Boys Premier Showcase was loaded with the tri-state areas most competitive uncommitted High School lacrosse players. The day included a college coach training session, 3 competitive games, and an all-star game for the top 40 2022/21 & top 40 2020/19 athletes. There were over 85 college coaches in attendance and 55 college coaches

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Public Vs. Private

With both teams recording win streaks to start off their seasons, Massapequa will face off on their home turf against parochial powerhouse Chaminade on Wednesday April 4th. A Public vs. Private match up, these two programs are arguably the best in their league. While they both have started off their seasons on the right foot,

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Scoring Academy Session II RECAP

FLG Scoring Academy Participants, Last night was another great session at our Scoring Academy in Northsport. We started the session with a quick recap of proper fundamentals for shooting on the run. We emphasized the big four: arms out and up, head of your stick above your head, establish pivot foot and kick the can

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The Inner You

Starting at a young age it is extremely important to have the right mindset and work ethic about everything you do. I am lucky enough to have 2 parents who constantly preach it so I am consistent with it. Growing up there was a kid I played with who was good enough to be the

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ANALYSIS – Laxin’ For Autism

Following the first day of the “Lax For Autism,” the games were back and forth, the crowds were energetic, and there was a huge increase in awareness for autism.  Before each game, shirts that correlated with every team playing were sold, food and drinks were provided, and raffle tickets were distributed for the chance to

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Kids: Speak For Yourself

Check out an article I wrote for iSport360. Enjoy! Kids: Speak For Yourself To learn what iSport360 is all about, click here!

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The Why?

  Coach: It’s important to move the ball up the field. Player: Why move upfield? Coach: It brings the ball and your team closer to your opponent’s goal. Player: Why get closer to your opponent’s goal? Coach: Getting closer to your opponent’s goal gives your team a better chance to score.   I encourage players

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