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Monthly Meeting May 15th 8pm
05/09/2018
  GYLA - Monthly Meeting Tuesday May 15th, 2018...
Charlie Molloy, former GYLA and GHS player excels at next level!
05/09/2018
PAWTUCKET, R.I. - The Keene State men's lacrosse team swept...
 
Monthly Meeting May 15th 8pm

 

GYLA - Monthly Meeting

Tuesday May 15th, 2018 at 8pm - Community Center - Faulkner Room

This a great opportunity for parents and coaches to ask questions and to have questions answered about the upcoming Guilford Youth Lacrosse season. 

  • Tuesday May 15th at 8pm
  • Community Center - Faulkner Room 

Thank you!


by posted 05/09/2018
Charlie Molloy, former GYLA and GHS player excels at next level!

PAWTUCKET, R.I. - The Keene State men's lacrosse team swept the Little East Conference (LEC) weekly awards, the league office announced today, as senior Jon Nassif, junior Charles Molloy IV, senior Mathew Howe, and freshman Matthew Lemke collected honors for their outstanding performances. Over the weekend, the Owls won their fifth straight LEC title and earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse Championship Tournament. 

Nassif earned the title of LEC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring 13 goals over two games to lead the Owls to their fifth straight LEC tournament championship. From Hanover, Mass., Nassif found the back of the net a career-high eight times, the third highest single game goals scored total in KSC history, in a 14-10 semifinal win over Plymouth State before totaling five goals with one assist in a 24-8 title game win over Eastern Connecticut State.

Molloy was named LEC Defensive Player of the Week for the third straight week after totaling nine ground balls and eight caused turnovers to lead the Owls to their fifth straight LEC tournament championship. A native of Guilford, Conn., the LEC Championship Tournament's Most Outstanding Player picked up eight ground balls and caused five turnovers in Keene State's 24-8 championship game win over Eastern Connecticut. This is the fourth weekly honor for Molloy. 

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by posted 05/09/2018
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