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NLF Success

06/12/2017 12:44 AM -

The National Lacrosse Federation focal point has always been on bringing the best of the best together to compete. They did not disapoint this past weekend starting off with the Power Of Will Showcase (Friday), Main Event (HS Teams), Super Series (Youth Teams). Between the two locations (youth side and the high school side) there were the best players in the nation playing for the championship title. 



The weekend kicked off the with Power Of Will Showcase. This event took place at Stony Brook University on Friday, June 9th. This was an individual showcase and it was maxed out with talented players. Teams were formed of 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 players from all over the nation. The sidelines were packed with college coaches, over 50 coaches checked in at the first ever Power Of Will Showcase. Team 91 was well represented, check out who attened the event below. 

Salvatore Locascio | 2018

Nicholas Meyer | 2018

Brandon Bestany | 2019

Nicholas Cannetti | 2019

James MacGilvray | 2019

Dylan Mack | 2019

Ryan Ott | 2019

Dylan Pepe | 2019

Nicholas Caccamo | 2020

Coln Hamilton | 2020

Caden Hawkinson | 2020

Christian Halloway | 2020

Trevor Marsala | 2020

Chris Cappelmann | 2021

Machado Rodriguez | 2021

Joey Spallina | 2021

Robbie Troyano | 2021

AJ Volkmann | 2021

Christopher Zara | 2021


Next up on the itinerary was the team event. Youth teams- Super Series (2025-2022) played at Sachem North High School, while the HS- Main Event (2021-2018) teams competed at Sachem Sports Complex. These event was again talent packed with the teams from the Federation along with other top tier programs. Each team was gaurenteed 3 pool play games before heading into a Championship bracket. The players were dialed in, the sidelines were electric, and the games had a big time feel to them.


Team 91 had 9 of our Long Island teams ranging over the 7 brackets. 

2025 Blast

2024 Wolfpack

2023 Bandits

2023 Warriors

2022 Marksberry

2022 Campbell

2021 Blaze

2019 Orange

2018 Extreme


Three teams took home championships, three teams made it to championship games, and two teams were seeded for play off games. Team 91 again showed our well skilled, extremely talented and composed players, coaches, and parents. This was an unbelivable start to the summer tournament tour. 


The Champs Are Here


Team 91 2024 Wolfpack

Off to a rocky start Wolfpack was defeated by one against the Bethesda LLC (5-4). The team rallyed for the second and final game on Saturday (6/10) with a huge win over Big 4/HHH (13-1). Heading into Sunday the Wolfpack boys knew what they needed to win and win big to earn a bid to play offs. They finished out their pool play defeating LI Express North (11-2) and Primetime (10-1). First round of playoffs they faced local friemies LI Express, and earned another W (7-4). The championship game was set. Team 91 2024 Wolfpack VS Bethesda LC. The same team that handed the Wolfpack their first loss of the season... Team 91 Wolfpack took the field and set the tone right away, controlling the pace of the game resulted in a huge win (5-2). This is their second championship of the summer season; Elite 8 & NLF Super Series. Congrats Team 91 2024 Wolfpack. 


Team 91 2020 Crush

It was pure dominace for 2020 Crush this weekend. Going 6-0 over the two day event. Starting out with a statement win over Laxachusetts (13-4). In the second game the score was within 2 goals, however the Crush remained on top with a vicory over LI Express North 2022 AA (11-9). Heading into day two Crush breezed through their first two games with huge wins over Big 4/HHH (11-4) and Sweetlax National (13-3). Heading into play offs Team 91 Crush was set to face the Baltimore Crabs who is a big time rivial. Crush took care of business and locked in their spot for the 2020 Championship defeating the Crabs (8-6). Crush took home the title against Leading Edge. Crush out scored their opponents 57-26.


Team 91 2019 Orange

The chemistry was flowing at in all time high for 2019 Orange. These boys were focused on playing their game coming off their training camp weekend. Day one (6/10) of the Main Event sent waves through the entire 2019 division as the Team 91 2019 Orange team went 3-0 with wins over Sweetlax National (12-4), Big 4/HHH (6-2), and Thunder (12-4). Heading into day two (6/11) the team knew they were in a good position to lock in the 1st place seed, however they needed to win their last pool play game of the event. This was the closes game the team faced all weekend, pulling out a win over Primetime (7-6). Playoffs were set and 2019 Orange played Laxachusetts in the heat of the day. Winning (11-7) with some room to spare the 2019 Orange team was headed to the championship game. This competitive and talented team took home the 2019 Championship over Leading Edge.




The following schools where in attendance at the Power Of Will Showcase and/or Main Event. 

Air Force, Binghamton, Boston University, Bryant, Colgate, Cornell, Denver, Duke, Fairfield, Georgetown, Hartford, Harvard, Hobart, Hofstra, Holy Cross, John Hopkins, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola, Manhattan, Maryland, Mount St. Mary's, Navy, NJIT, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Penn State, Princeton, Providence, Richmond, Rutgers, Sacred Heart, Siena, St. Johns, Towson, UMass, UMBC, UPenn, Vermont, Villanova, Virgina, Yale, Lincon Memorial, Adelphi, Florida Southern, LeMoyne, Lynn, Merrimack, NYIT, Amherst, Babson, Colby, DeSales, Farmingdale, Ithaca, Manhattanville, Misericordia, Mitchell, Montclair, Ohio Wesleyan, Stevens, Stevenson, Trinity, Ursinus, Vassar, Washington and Less, Wesley, and WNEC

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