They Made Lacrosse Mainstream | ARTICLE FROM THE WALL STREET
By MARK YOST
June 5, 2008; Page D9
It's 208 miles from Garden City, N.Y., to Foxboro, Mass., but it took Bob Stevenson and a carload of his high-school lacrosse buddies about 35 years to get here. Click Here to read more
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Harvard freshman attacker Dean Gibbons (Garden City, N.Y.) tallied five goals and collected three assists in the Crimson's two games last week. In the 8-7 loss at No. 14 Brown, Gibbons scored a team-best four goals, establishing a new career-high. Gibbons began his scoring attack with 3:54 remaining in the first to tie the game, 1-1. He scored again midway through the second to give Harvard a 3-2 leaad, and then tied the game once again, 4-4, in the third. With Harvard down 8-6 late in the fourth, Gibbons kept the upset hope alive with a tally with 11 seconds remaining in the game. Click Here for Article at www.ivyleaguesports.com
“Top 10 face-off men for 2008”
Garden City HS Graduate Justin Lynch was written up in a article from Inside lacrosse magazine as being the 3 rated Face-off middie in Division 1 as a returning sophamore at University of Pennsylvania.
Excerpt from the Article at InsideLacrosse.com:
3. Justin Lynch (UPenn) - With the top win percentage among all returning players in Division I (.614), which he posted as just a freshman in 2007, the Quakers appear to be set at X for the next three seasons with the dependable Lynch on the draw.
The entire article “Top 10 face-off men for 2008” can be read at InsideLacrosse.com or the direct link is Click Here for Article