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Class A State Champions: Christian Brothers Academy 

Related stories on CBA's state title

CBA finishes perfect run to state lacrosse title By Phil Blackwell, Eagle Newspapers

CBA caps perfect season with state Class A title By Lindsay Kramer Syracuse.com

CBA girls lacrosse 2016


Section 3 All-Americans

Section 3 All-League

Congratulations to this year's all-stars!


Baldwinsville's Maggie Monnat, a Le Moyne College senior (left), was named 2016 Northeast-10 Conference Woman of the Year. Congratulations Maggie! Story 

Many more Section 3 players earned post-season honors at the college level including seniors who made the IWLCA North/South All-Star Game

 2016 College Post-Season Awards


Class A: CBA

Class B: Watertown

Class C: Skaneateles

The future of women's professional lacrosse is here!

The inaugural draft of the United Women's Lacrosse League took place April 13 and Central New York was well represented. Marcellus grad Nora Barry (Florida) was drafted in the seventh round (26th overall) by the Long Island Sound while Carthage grad Kaliah Kempney (Syracuse) was drafted in the seventh round (32nd overall) by the Boston Storm. Kara Cannizzaro ICazenovia) was the 4th round pick of the Boston Storm.

Michele Tumolo (third overall) led the long list of Syracuse University graduates who were drafted. 

Congrats to all the players with local ties who will help launch pro women's lacrosse!

Related Stories

Inside Lacrosse draft results

IWLCA members selected

UWLX teams and logos

DID YOU KNOW? There are more than 100 Section 3 players who are on Division I college lacrosse rosters this season. See College Connections 

HOT TOPIC: Early commitments: When is early too early?

A Florida eighth-grader recently verbally committed to Syracuse University. LaxMagazine.com took a look at the concerns that revolve around the increasing pace of recruiting.


This website was established by M.F.Piraino to be a resource for local women's and girls lacrosse.

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