The Brine Lacrosse brand is synonymous strong standing tradition. Brine has been in the game for a long time and through the years they have produced some classic products that will be cherished by lacrosse players for generations. Listed below are a few collegiate programs that value Brine’s deep roots in the sport and have decided to partner with them to outfit their teams in Brine lacrosse equipment. Lacrosse All Stars has then take a look at these programs and have given us their predictions on their 2016 prowess.
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Virginia – The Cavaliers experienced an injury-plagued 2015 but look to be healthy and competitive again for the upcoming season. The team is littered with smart, athletic players, and a couple in each group standout. UVA’s attack might not get the respect it deserves right now, but they will. The defensive corps look extremely solid and as usual there is a good group of athletic, fundamental middies.
Salisbury (NCAA D3) – The Sea Gulls are one of the most legendary D3 programs of all-time. What used to be a Maryland-centric team has morphed to a nationwide lacrosse destination, and Salisbury has players from MD, NY, FL, ME, GA, OR, CA, CT, NJ, IL, DE, PA, VA, MA, and TX, as well as 2 Canadian provinces.
Le Moyne (NCAA D2) – The Dolphins had to fight and scrap for their 16-3 record and trip to the national title game, but you’d expect nothing less from this top level D2 program. Alex Krawec is a name you should know and he might just be one of the best goalies in the country, regardless of division.
Army – West Point has a solid group of senior leaders, and some exciting talent in the lower classes. Army has an athletic D with some standout potential, and a couple middies who can score and create. Their attack possesses the ability to score gritty goals and be disruptive and this could mean big things for a relentless group of athletes.
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