TEAM 91 DIRECTORS
Most MLL Championships won by a single player with six.
Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame.
Hofstra University: Graduated in 2000
Been a part of Major League Lacrosse since its inaugural season in 2001. Spallina was drafted 70th overall by the Long Island Lizards in the Inaugural Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.
LI Lizards for the 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010, and 2011 seasons.
Philadelphia Barrage from 2004 – 2008.
Chesapeake Bayhawks 2012-2015.
2010 Brine Coach of the Year MLL.
East Meadow Athletic Hall of Fame.
St. John’s University: Selected to the Division 1 North/South game in his senior year.
Philadelphia Barrage: The Long Island native was a second-round draft pick (No. 12 overall) in the MLL Inaugural Draft and was the starting goalie for the Barrage for much of the 2001 and 2002 seasons. Mule played 20 games in his career and finished with a 15.63 goals against average and 289 saves. Following his retirement as a player in 2002 he joined the Barrage coaching staff and helped turn the team around from a perennial basement team to MLL champions in 2004.
Long Island Lizards: Head Coach. 2010 Coach of the Year.
US Lacrosse: Starting goalie on the team that defeated Canada two games to none in the 1999 World Cup of Lacrosse.
U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
NLL Hall of Fame.
University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Record most saves by any NCAA goalie in 1987, with 271 saves.
Four Time All-American.
UMass Athletic Hall of Fame.
Long Island Hofstra: Won four USCLA championships in the 1990s, and was awarded Player of the Year honors in 1995.
New York Saints: Starting goaltender from 1990 to 2000. All-pro five times, in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1997.
US Lacrosse: Won three gold medals in the World Lacrosse Championship in 1990, 1994, and 1998.
In 2000, LoCascio took part in the inaugural Major League Lacrosse draft. He was drafted 1st overall by the Bridgeport Barrage, but his rights were subsequently traded to the Long Island Lizards (Now the New York Lizards) so he could finish his career with a hometown team. Even though LoCascio only played one full season with the Lizards, LoCascio performed well, and led the team to the inaugural Steinfeld Cup in 2001, defeating the Baltimore Bayhawks.
Bridgeport Barrage: Was named the head coach of the Bridgeport Barrage of Major League Lacrosse. He remained with the team even after it moved to Philadelphia, and won the Major-League Lacrosse Steinfeld Cup and the Major-League Lacrosse Coach of the Year Award in 2004.