Daily Archives: September 16, 2010

Lacrosse Charity Events: “PLAY FOR PARKINSONS LACROSSE SERIES” On October 9 To Feature Army, Georgetown, Virginia And Princeton And Will Raise Money For Parkinson’s Disease Foundation


ProjectSpark was established in 2009 by former Princeton lacrosse player (’95 – ’98) Christian Cook and his sister, Lauren. The “spark” was provided by their mother, Diane, who was diagnosed with early Parkinson’s in August 2008. Since that time, Diane has read over 50 books on the disease, been certified as a National Patient Advocate for the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, and established a support group network for other individuals recently diagnosed with this debilitating disease. Diane’s proactive and courageous approach to fighting this disease, and desire to help others struggling with their diagnoses, serve as an inspiration to entire Cook family.

 Game Schedule

8:00am — Gates Open
9:00am — Army / Georgetown
11:00am — Army / UVA
1:00pm — Princeton / Georgetown
3:00pm– Princeton / UVA


Hummel Bowl
Episcopal High School
1200 North Quaker Lane
Alexandria, VA 22302

MCLA Men’s Lacrosse Preview: Florida State Men’s Lacrosse Returns 17 Seniors And Should Advance Deep Into Playoffs

Florida State (14-4, MCLA Tourney)

Key Loss: Robert Lee. A playmaker out of the midfield, Lee scored 20 goals and set up 16 others to finish second on the team in scoring. The Seminoles’ balance should allow the team to fill the scoring hole, but Lee’s intangibles will be missed.
Key Returnee: John Goodrich. When the FSU goalie is on his game, the Seminoles are awfully tough to beat, so the Florida State staff will be looking for a bit more consistency out of the senior. If he can have a monster final season, the ‘Noles will be an extremely dangerous team in Denver.
Wild Card: Idle time. It became painfully clear at the end of last season that the Seminoles were not a productive team when they had time to kill. After hammering Florida in the regular season finale, 25-9, FSU went into a two-week stagnation period before the start of the SELC tournament and proceeded to score 14 fewer goals and lose, 11-9 in the first round to the same Gator team. Following a near-three-week dormancy, the ‘Noles managed to produce six goals against Simon Fraser – not exactly a lock-down defensive squad – in the first round of the MCLA tourney. The coaching staff needs to find a way to keep the edge late in the season.
Reality: One potential cause of the late-season collapse was due to the overall youth of the Seminoles. There were just four seniors on the team, as opposed to 27 freshmen and sophomores. This bodes well for the ’11 season. Not only will they have a 17-man senior class providing leadership, but the youngsters will be ready for the challenges that the conference and national tournaments provide. FSU should be the class of the SELC again.

For more:   http://www.laxmagazine.com/blogs/coyne/090810_midsummer_nights_ranking_mcla_div_one

NCAA Women’s Lacrosse: Syrucuse Women’s Lacrosse Tribute To 2010 Senior Class (Video)

A short video to introduce and thank the 2010 senior class of the SU Women’s Lacrosse team (shown on the Carrier Dome Jumbotron before the last SU Women’s Lacrosse home game of 2010 vs. Georgetown).