The 2018 Penguins got off to a great start to this summer by taking home the 2018 championship at the PrimeTime Shootout at Babson College. In Game 1 on Saturday, the Penguins took down the RI Bulldogs 12-8, but then fell to Team Central 8-1 in their second game of the day. Although Saturday ended on a poor[…]
It was a great start to the summer for the 2019s, as both teams took home championships at the PrimeTime Shootout at Babson College. In the AA division on Saturday, the Penguins picked up a 9-2 win over NH Tomahawks, tied Buzzards 6-6, and then beat Team Central 8-4. Sunday were the playoffs and the Penguins took[…]
Congrats to Justin Spencer, who is a member of the 2019 Penguins team for winning the Rhode Island state championship with LaSalle Academy! Spencer plays Attack. LaSalle beat Moses Brown 15-0 in the championship game.
Some current Penguins players are getting some big time recognition! Three members of the 2017 Penguins squad were named All-Americans. Attackman Jake Hurley and midfielder Owen Hunter, both who play at Walpole high school, were both named 2017 Eastern Massachusetts Lacrosse Coaches Association second team All-Americans. In addition, Connor Chambers, who attends Xavarian, was an academic[…]
Congratulations to Medfield Lacrosse 7A and 2022 Penguins Ryan McNeil, Brian Borteck, Connor Nee, and Jack Sokol on winning the EMASS Youth Championship this past weekend! MedLax had wins over Duxbury, Cohasset, Hingham, and Team Maine! Keep up the good work, and good luck the rest of the way!
Penguins Lacrosse is very proud to announce that Penguins Select Lacrosse Long Stick Midfielder Adrian Enchill (2017) has been named to the 2017 Under Armour All-American game. Adrian had been a very big contributor to the Penguins program over the last three seasons, and we are very proud of everything that he has accomplished. Adrian will[…]
Penguins Select Lacrosse 2019 Justin Spencer Fall ’16 Highlight Tape 2019 Attackman from La Salle Academy in Rhode Island
Penguins Select Lacrosse Hidden Ball Trick Penguins 2019 Team pulls off Hidden Ball Trick at Harvard Crimson Classic, Cambridge, MA