BREAKING NEWS: 3-12-2014
NEMS brings on two new two incredible additions for the 2014 season. This summer, NEMS players will be able to work with the Blue Jays team strength & conditioning trainer, Bryan Woolson. NEMS goalies will be receive a focused training by Goalie Head Coach, Caity Coleman. Look for more news in the weeks to come, including opportunities for the players to meet Bryan and Caity.
NEMS President Adam Grzybowski made the announcement to the NEMS Board, Coaches and Team Assistants on March, 12, 2014, saying "We are dedicated to making the NEMS program better with a girl's first approach, and today, I am excited to announce that we have taken another step towards improving the program with the addition of two positions on the NEMS team . . . We are fortunate to bring these two talented individuals on board to improve our players skills and the program".
WELCOMING IN 2014
The NEMS Lacrosse Club would like to recognize all of the accomplishments of it's current college players (and NEMS alumni). Click on the read more links to read the articles, or click on the pictures below to see the player's college page including a bio and stats.
March 22, 2014 - Hokies dominate Coastal Carolina, 18-9
Will, Thon combine for 14 points
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Behind a high-intensity offensive effort led by Megan Will and Jessi Thon, the Virginia Tech lacrosse team took down Coastal Carolina, 18-9, at Thompson Field Saturday afternoon. Will put away four goals and assisted four more in the victory, while Thon added a career-best three and three to spark the Hokie attack. Leading the Chanticleers was Sara Nolan with three goals and an assist.
March 2014 - Baltimore Magazine Ranks Lacrosse's Rising Stars
So maybe our 14 high school picks for 2014 aren't legends yet, but it's only a matter of time. [Read more]
Maggie Gallagher, 18, senior, midfield, C. Milton Wright High School
February 2014 - Reese Sends UMBC Women’s Lacrosse to Dramatic 11-10 Second Overtime Win over American
BALTIMORE – UMBC freshman attack Mackenzie Reese (Bel Air, Md./John Carroll) scored off a feed from sophomore Rachel Benzing (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) with 13 seconds remaining in the second overtime period to give the Retrievers women's lacrosse team a thrilling 11-10 win over American, Saturday evening at UMBC Stadium. [Read more]
March 18 2014 - The American Lacrosse Conference Announces Players of the Week
The American Lacrosse Conference has honored three players and their teams for their play last week as the league announced its sixth weekly player honors for 2014.
Penn State’s Abby Smucker
picked up her second consecutive Rookie of the Week award while her teammate Kelly Lechner was named the Offensive Player of the Week.
Johns Hopkins’ Liz Johnson
earned the Blue Jays’ second weekly honor as she was named the Defensive Player of the Week.
March 12, 2014
Smucker Named ALC Rookie
of the Week
Penn State | Midfield
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
Following a four-goal week, freshman midfielder Abby Smucker (Bel Air, Md.) of the No. 11/12 Penn State women's lacrosse team has been named the American Lacrosse Conference Rookie of the Week, the league announced. [Read more]
NEMS Board announces the clubs participation in Shootout for Soldiers June 19th - 20th
NEMS 2014 SCHEDULE
The 2014 Tournament Schedule has been released and can be found on the Events + Dates page or you can download a PDF by clicking the button below.
COLLEGE COACH CONNECTION
College coaches - NEMS thanks you for your interest in our players. To talk to a NEMS Coach or the NEMS Recruitment Advisory team, simply click the button below.
10 BENEFITS OF BEING A COLLEGIATE STUDENT ATHLETE
POSTED BY KERRY BROWN
ON OCT 23, 2013
IN BEYOND ATHLETICS
Recently the NCAA added a page to their website about the value of being a collegiate athlete- and NCSA couldn’t agree with their list more. NCSA truly believes that college athletics is not just a way to continue playing the sport you love. Check out the benefits posted by clicking on the the blue button below!
Benefits to college
The advantages of competing in college sports are both immediate and lifelong. This list outlines the many benefits student-athletes receive by playing their chosen sport while pursuing a college degree. . .
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