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Carolyn Sumcizk-Morales enters her fifth year of coaching with FLG. She first began coaching following her collegiate lacrosse career at Marist, where she helped the red foxes to their first NCAA tounament. Now, she looks to continue with FLG’s 2027 Navy Team while doubling as Locust Valley High School’s varsity head coach.
Cold Spring Harbor senior, Will Spehr, has committed to play both football and lacrosse at Middlebury College next year. The midfielder from Lloyd Harbor, NY is a member of FLG’s 2021 team and plans to take his talents to Vermont in the fall.
FLG alum, Lauren Crotty a midfielder from Long Beach, NY graduated from Kellenberg High School in 2020. Now, she is preparing to play her first freshman spring season at the University of Scranton. But her freshman year experience has been under unique circumstances. Crotty tells more about what her last lacrosse season looked like and
Kathryn Ehrlinger, Island Trees senior, has committed to play women’s lacrosse at Dominican College next fall. Ehrlinger plays goalie for FLG’s 2021 girl’s team and for Island Trees varsity. She says the sport has taught her not only skill, but teamwork and respect. After her junior season was cut short due to coronavirus concerns, Ehrlinger
Chris Gray graduated from Shoreham Wading River high school in 2017 where he played varsity lacrosse and football. Just last year, Gray transferred from Boston University to the University of North Carolina for his junior season. Unfortunately, Gray’s junior season was prematurely cut short. Despite not being able to fully experience spring lacrosse as a
FLG’s Boys 2023 Coach Shawn Hennessey highlights the importance of teamwork on his sidelines. Doubling as the Shaker High School coach and a father, Shawn still finds time to coach FLG’s boys, which he says provides development and opportunities for all. He also explains how lacrosse and other sports provided opportunities that academics and personal
FLG Alumni Jack Tigh balances playing at the highest level of lacrosse and a day job as an investment banker for Barclays. If that’s not impressive enough, the 2019 Yale graduate and New York Lizard, still finds time to train the next generation of players and prioritize an active lifestyle. Tigh credits much of his
FLG Lacrosse Coach Daina Catanese takes her experience from New Haven women’s lacrosse to her own sidelines. Her journey from midfielder to defense in college helped Coach Catanese to stress the importance of adapting to her own players. When she’s not coaching, Catanese works as a graphic designer and spends time creating her art or
Locust Valley high school senior attackman, Luke Dellicicchi is taking his offensive talents to Brown University next fall. Growing up, Dellicicchi played ice hockey and reluctantly began playing in lacrosse in kindergarten. By translating his ice hockey skills to the turf and prioritizing his academics, Dellicicchi made his way to the Ivy League.
Matt Miller, Quinnipiac junior attacker, was just getting into a groove before his spring sophomore season was curtailed by Covid-19. As a sophomore in 2020, Miller played in all six games, starting in five of them. Before the season ended, he scored five goals, gathered four ground balls, and had four assists and caused turnovers.