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What is the North Shore Conference?

The North Shore Conference was created for the 1985-86 school year. It prides itself on being one of Wisconsin’s premier high school conferences for athletics, activities and academics. It is comprised of ten high schools located north and northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin with student enrollments ranging from 750 to 1368.

What are the different D2 lacrosse conferences?

D2 lacrosse schools are organized into eight conferences: CACC, Conference Carolinas, ECC, GLVC, GMAC, Independents, Northeast-10 Conference, RMAC, SAC and SSC. Athletics is just one aspect of the college selection process that student-athletes take into consideration when picking their perfect fit.

When is Southern Regional boys lacrosse playing CBA?

Southern Regional boys lacrosse team meets with the officials before the game against CBA on May 12, 2022

What type of scholarships are available for D2 lacrosse?

Partial scholarships are offered at the D2 level, with the option to combination athletics scholarships, academic aid, need-based grants and/or employment earnings. D2 lacrosse programs are offered at over 70 four-year colleges across 45 US states and Canada.


Sunday, June 12

Wednesday, June 8

Saturday, June 4

  • Tournament of Champions Quarterfinals Round (4) Bridgewater-Raritan 15, (5) Scotch Plains-Fanwood 8 GAME STORY:Boys Lacrosse: Bridgewater-Raritan advances to the TOC semifinals fueled by big first half (3) Mountain Lakes 11, (6) Rutgers Prep 4

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Friday, June 3

  • State Final At Rumson-Fair Haven Rumson-Fair Haven 9, Summit 5 GAME STORY:’That fourth quarter was electric’, how Rumson boys lacrosse used that to win a state title

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Wednesday, June 1

  • State Finals At Shore Regional Group 4 – Bridgewater-Raritan 8, Southern 6 (FINAL) Southern drops NJSIAA Group 4 Final to Bridgewater-Raritan WEST LONG BRANCH – As one of the most successful boys lacrosse programs in Shore Conference history, Southern Regional was seeking an exclamation point to add to the team’s rich history. The Rams have 10 Clas…

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A Tough Ending For Southern

  • “We had a couple bad clears in the last five minutes, which really hurt us. That little minute and a half stretch to close the third quarter, up by two goals with a lot of momentum and we let them get two goals in that last minute and a half to get the momentum back,” Southern Regional coach John Pampalone said. “And we started the fourth quarter with a really long possession. And we …

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A Rally That Led to A Championship

  • But Bridgewater-Raritan started a furious rally, which resulted in a game-breaking, four-goal run. UNSUNG HEROES:These Shore Conference lacrosse players have a vital role in their programs FANTASTIC FRESHMEN:22 Fantastic Freshmen: Shore Conference lacrosse players carving out a role this season Panthers junior midfielder Colin Kurdyla (two goals, three assists) started the ra…

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Senior Leadership Elevated Southern Again

  • Southern’s senior class brought the program back into the postseason headlines with a 46-13 record over the last four years and with back-to-back NJSIAA South Group 4 titles. WHAT TRANSPIRED IN THE SCT:Boys lacrosse: 2022 Shore Conference Tournament scoreboard, seeds, schedule “It is a shame that their (the seniors) careers were cut short by a year. They really brou…

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Box Score

  • Bridgewater-Raritan 8, Southern 6 Southern (16-4)2-1-3-0 = 6 Bridgewater-Raritan (17-3)2-2-2-2 = 8 Goals:(S) Ryan Sininsky 3, Jack Kolbe 2, Zach Washco; (BR) Colin Kurdyla 2, Tom Tremarco 2, Alex Delierre 2, Daine Kostes, Brady Kurdyla. Assists:(S) Ryan Sininsky, Jake Washco; (BR) Colin Kurdyla 3, Brady Kurdyla, Matt Maciolek. Saves:(S) Tyler Sininsky 10; (BR) Will Kasica 6 -Sherlon …

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Saturday, May 28

  • Sectional Final South Group 4 (1) Southern 7, (3) Lenape 4 The top-seeded Rams (16-3) won their second straight sectional title after emerging from a 2-2 halftime tie with the No. 3 seed Indians (9-9). It is also Southern’s fourth sectional title in school history with previous sectional titles coming in 2013, 2014 and 2021. Zach Washco (two goals) scored one in each half and he put S…

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