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The FLG Premier Showcase

With the Spring Season underway, it is important to begin to look forward to the summer. Long Island being a hot bed for lacrosse, a large number of players have aspirations of playing in college. But how do you separate yourself from the competition? Attending the right events is important to ensure that you gain

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Going Pro

Two standout FLG Alumni, John Crawley (2013) and Tyler Warner (2014), are taking on the real world by storm. Check out their note worthy answers to some tough questions and get the insight on how their journey with the game of lacrosse not only prepared them for game day on the field, but also prepared

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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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Cold Spring Harbor vs. North Shore PREVIEW

On May 7th, the Seahawks over at Cold Spring Harbor High School will travel to North Shore to battle the Lady Vikings. This game will prove to be a thriller as both teams are strong competitors in Nassau Power Conference 1. Picking up yet another victory against Port Washington, the lady laxers of Cold Spring

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In the Netflix Documentary, Magnus, Director Benjamin Ree follows the life of a childhood chess prodigy – Magnus Carlsen. This film captures Magnus Carlsen’s road from childhood prodigy to chess world champion. As Magnus dedicates his life to becoming the greatest Chess player in the world, the support of his family becomes a vital part

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Evaluating What’s Best For Your Athletes

Every February break, the FLG Directors meet with each boy/girl recruitable athlete in the FLG Select Program. In our meetings, it’s all about the athlete. We use this time to get to know our athletes on a deeper level. We like to say, “Lacrosse is why you’re sitting here today. That being said, it’s your

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FLG in 3d Fall Shootout PROMO by Lax.com

Featuring over 80 teams from across the United States and several from Canada, the FLG in 3D Fall Shootout was held in Middletown, Delaware at Appoquinimink High School. Played in front of coaches from the top DI, DII, and DIII schools, the two-day long event was one of the most highly anticipated recruiting events of

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How to Impress College Lacrosse Coaches at a Showcase?

When players from our lacrosse club, FLG ‘For the Love of the Game’, approach showcase season, we always stress the importance of playing the right way. This concept is definitely easier said than done. Showcases are tremendous opportunities and can be stages that propel athletes from one level to the next. These events can give players a chance to

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Take “the Other” to Lunch

Elizabeth Lesser, a best selling author and founder of the Omega Institute, looks to move away from demonizing or criticizing those with different views from your own. Elizabeth says, “instead of talking about someone you might consider “the Other,” talk to that person.” Lesser’s idea of taking “the Other” to lunch means having an elevated

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A story of one man’s life on the surface is all about football. Relentless, heroic, NFL linebacker who has it all. Steven Gleason is responsible for one of the most dramatic punt blocks in NFL history. His play ignited what is known as re-birth of an entire city. After that same man is diagnosed with ALS,

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