Daily Archives: August 26, 2010

NCAA Women’s Lacrosse: Boston University Women’s Lacrosse Announces Seven Recruits Including Kameryn Downing (Cherry Creek, CO)


 

Kameryn Downing (A • 5’8″ • Cherry Hills Village, Colo. • Cherry Creek)

Served as team captain for Cherry Creek High School as a senior … Helped lead the team to the state championship in 2007, 2008 and 2010 … Named a US Lacrosse First Team All-American and Academic All-American as a senior … Garnered team MVP honors and was a finalist for school’s athlete of the year … Two-time first-team all-state member (2009, 2010) and three-time All-Centennial League First Team member (2008-10) … Received US Lacrosse All-America honorable mention accolades as a junior.

Robertshaw on Downing: “Kameryn is a smart attacker who is a good goal scorer. She sees the game very well and is a natural fit for our system.” 

The Boston University lacrosse team will welcome seven newcomers to the squad’s 2011 roster, head coach Liz Robertshaw announced. The Class of 2014 joins 16 returning letter winners who helped the Terriers capture their sixth straight America East title in 2010.

The additions include attackers Kameryn Downing and Elizabeth Morse; midfielders Becca Church and Sydney Godett; defenders Shannon Gilroy and Christie Hart; and goalkeeper Christina Sheridan.

“The Class of 2014 is a good, hard-working group of student-athletes,” said Robertshaw. “They have championship experience and will help the team reach the next level. It’s a strong class at each position and they’re a group that will do the things we believe in here at BU.”

For more:   http://www.goterriers.com/sports/w-lacros/spec-rel/082510aah.html

Western High School Boys Lacrosse Recruiting: 8th Annual Adrenaline “High Rollers” Scheduled For Nov. 20-21 In Coronado, CA


The 8th annual High Rollers program will take place November 20th-21st.  Once again, the Clinic Directors will be Notre Dame Coaches and NCAA runners up Kevin Corrigan & Gerry Byrne.  Whittier Head Coach Brian Kelly will serve as program director. 

Coronado has long been known for its top ranked beaches, picturesque sunsets and warm and welcoming community flavor.  This small “Island” is only 7.5 square miles and 2 miles across the bay from downtown San Diego.  After years of development, Coronado has more recently become one of the epicenters of western lacrosse. 

The 2009 Islanders Varsity team finished ranked #1 in the West and #24 in the country.  Mitts have been replaced by sticks, fields are riddled with lacrosse goals with tattered nets and if you look in any bush in the neighborhood you are likely to find a lacrosse ball.  This “Lacrosse Island” provides for a perfect setting for the next Adrenaline Primetime Recruiting Event, the coveted High Rollers program.

As per usual, this event will see the top players from every pocket of lacrosse in the West gather in one place to compete for 2 days in front of 40-50 NCAA & MCLA recruiters.  While the Adrenaline Showcase, the first part of the two part Adrenaline Premier Recruiting Event Series, which takes place in July at Sonoma State University, is the most exclusive event in the west, High Rollers comes in at a close second. 

This exclusive program has players whom are invited based off of college and high school coaches’ recommendations.  Players hail from; Western Canada, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Minnesota, Colorado, Nevada, California, Texas, Missouri & Arizona.

For more:   http://www.adrenalinelacrosse.com/2009/index.php

Major League Lacrosse (MLL): 2010 Championship Game Highlights And Analysis (Video)


Major League Lacrosse Championship Wrap Up with everyone favorites, Joe and Quint. Watch LaxUnited.Com MajorLeagueLacrosse.Com