Boys Lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

Boys Lacrosse Fall to Rivers Despite Early Lead

Building off of Andover Boys Lacrosse’s momentum from Saturday’s comeback win against Hotchkiss, Jon Krikorian ’21 posed a tenacious threat on offense, contributing one-third of the team’s points against Rivers on Wednesday. Despite a strong effort from him and others, Andover came up short in a close 11-6 game, leaving the team’s record at 2-1….

Boys Lacrosse, Player Profiles

Player to Watch: Andrew Antonucci ’18

Andrew Antonucci ’18 shows promise for a successful final season as a member of Andover Boys Lacrosse. In addition to his speed and dexterity as a midfielder, Antonucci also poses a strong scoring threat in the attacking end. “Nooch has always been one of the team’s best players. His speed and elusiveness helps him dominate…

Boys Lacrosse

Boys Lacrosse Beats Middlesex in Season Opener

Andover Boys Lacrosse scored its first goal of the game within ten seconds after winning its first face-off on Wednesday. The team would go on to defeat Middlesex 7-5, beginning its season with a record of one win and zero losses. “I couldn’t think of a better way to start the season, and [the play]…

Alumni Profiles, Boys Lacrosse, Sports, Spring Sports

Min Jae Yoo ’12 Carries the Olympic Torch, Advocates for Lacrosse Awareness in Korea

On January 31 in Heongseong, South Korea, Min Jae Yoo ’12 raised the Olympic torch on day 92 of the 2018 Winter Olympics torch relay to represent his native country and show support for the Korean athletes competing at the Olympics. From learning how to carry the torch to hearing the cheers of the local…

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