Over the years, the LI Lax Fest has grown into one of the largest tournaments in the nation. Teams from all regions of North America come to play in a festive and competitive atmosphere over the course of two days. It’s hosted every year by LeagueApps Lax partner George Breres and My Lacrosse Tournaments.
College coaches have also taken note of the abundant amount of talent that takes the field annually as the LI Lax Fest hosts an average of well over 100 college coaches to check out potential future college athletes.
The LeagueApps Lax team was on-site to share the experience with our partners.
About 300 boys and girls teams participated in this year’s tournament. Several of LeagueApps Lax partners made the trek out to LI Lax Fest, including Team 91 Lacrosse, HGR, Long Island Express, and Long Island Empire, among others. The entire event was powered and hosted by LeagueApps.
— Kimberly Brusnahan (@Craazzymom) June 18, 2017
— Paul Verdi (@paul_verdi) June 18, 2017
LI Laxfest Express Champs
— LI Express Lacrosse (@ExpressLacrosse) June 19, 2017
Team 91 Texas 2022 takes the LI LAXFEST championship! Way to go boys!! pic.twitter.com/0OOvmxDYQz
— Team 91 Texas (@Team91Texas) June 19, 2017
After Saturday’s games wound down, the LeagueApps team made the short trek to Hofstra University for a Major League Lacrosse game that pitted Director of Lacrosse Ned Crotty and investor Paul Rabil. Rabil’s New York Lizards won in a thrilling 13-12 game over Rochester.
— Brian Litvack (@twittyhoops) June 18, 2017