Archive for August 2018

’20 Crush Fall Overview

The class of 2020 is officially on the clock again. As of midnight on Sept. 1, college coaches will be allowed to contact the class of 2020 for the first time since the NCAA enacted legislation that prevents any contact before Sept. 1 of their junior year. More than 50 2020s already committed prior to the…

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’20 Orange Fall Overview

The class of 2020 is officially on the clock again. As of midnight on Sept. 1, college coaches will be allowed to contact the class of 2020 for the first time since the NCAA enacted legislation that prevents any contact before Sept. 1 of their junior year. More than 50 2020s already committed prior to the…

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’19 White Alex Keener Commits to Saint Joseph’s

Alex Keener’s first visit to Saint Joseph’s went a long way in showing him what he needed to do to become a Division I player. Then playing for another club, the Team 91 ’19 White and Bethpage defenseman made his first trek to Philly last fall for SJU’s prospect day on Hawk Hill, and it was there that…

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NYSSWA All-Stars

The 2018 New York State Sportswriter Association All-State List is out, and you can find Team 91 all over it.  Led by large school first-team selections Christian Mule, Sean Kuttin and Angelo Petrakis, as well as small-school first-team selections Xavier Arline, Ethan Rall and Teddy McLoughlin, a whopping 18 Team 91 players earned a spot on one of the 13 teams.  Congratulations to…

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No. 1 In the Country

Team 91 is atop the club lacrosse world. That’s according to U.S. Club Lax, which put together a ranking system based off the 2018 summer. Team 91’s boatload of championships helped, but we also earned that ranking due to the overall strength of all of our teams. “It’s awesome to see Team 91 recognized as…

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’19 White Kyle Craig Commits to Franklin & Marshall

When Kyle Craig showed up to his first Team 91 tryout, the then-fifth grader was trying to leave an impression by filling up the back of the net. The then-attackman was talented enough to make the team, but as the year went on, he found himself continuously moving further away from the opponent’s net and closer to his. “They…

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