Last weekend Bryn Harley participated in the UPenn winter camp. Bryn and 50 other girls were invited to the camp based on there performances over the summer for there receptive travel teams. While at one of her tournaments Bryn was spotted by one of the assistant coaches of UPenn’s Women Lacrosse team and invited to the camp. Once Bryn and the rest of the girls arrived at the camp they were divided into teams in order to compete and train over the weekend. After the first day of the camp Bryn and two other girls were grabbed by an assistant coach and showed around the campus. While they were being shown around they were invited to have lunch with the Athletic director and the rest of the coaching staff. After lunch they all went to visit with an academic counselor to talk about a future major they may be interested in. Bryn who is a sophomore at St. Anthony’s High School and a girls lacrosse player, says that the entire experience was great and very exciting. Finally the girls returned to the rest of the camp and on the last day played games for four straight hours. Before leaving the camp the assistant coach informed Bryn that they would be sending a coach to come see her play in the upcoming spring lacrosse season. Bryn has been training with us for over four years now and we are all so excited to see her get the recognition she deserves. Keep training and playing hard and good things will come. Check out Bryn in one of our many client commercials.
AFTLI athlete Meaghan Graham commits to Fairfield University to play Girls Lacrosse. Meg is a great person and a tremendous worker here at AFTLI.
We are always very proud when we hear our athletes are going to move on to the “next level” for any sport. Meg currently plays for the girls varsity lacrosse team at St. Anthony’s and is a top player on her Express travel team. We are excited for Meaghan to take her talents on to Fairfield University. We know you will do great!
Keep training hard!
Davien Kuinlan was voted to the 1st Team All-Long Island football team over the weekend. Davien is a junior Quarterback for Plainedge High school and helped lead the Red Devils to the conference 3 title game. During the season Kuinlan rushed for 2,304 yards and 31 touchdowns and also passed for over 1,200 yards and had 11 touchdowns. He was the work horse for Plainedge the entire year, making people miss with his shifty moves while also over powering people with his size. Congratulations Davien, Keep up the HARD work.
Congrats to Shannon Lowney who took second on the balance beam in her first competition ever! Great job kid! Keep up the great work!
Congratulation to Shannon Wren on being named All County and All State last night at the Nassau County Volleyball dinner. Shannon is a junior out side hitter and captian for Lynbrook high school varsity volleyball team. Shannon lead the Lynbrook Owls to a 15-1 regular season record and in the playoffs helped lead her team to the Nassau County Championship. Shannon has been training with us for a little over a year now and it is great to see all the hard work she has put in pay off. Shannon has really worked hard on becoming a complete player both on the offensive and defensive end. We are all very proud of Shannon and all the awards and titles she has won this year. Keep up the hard work Shannon and you will continue to grow on and off the court.
Heres a great picture of our very own Nick Bigilin and the rest of the University of Kentucky Wild Cats as they prepare for Thursdays Home NCAA Fist Round Tournament Game. Good luck Wild Cats!
Congratulations to Shannon Wren and the Lynbrook girls varsity volleyball team on winning the Nassua County conference B title last night over Mineola. Lynbrook had only one loss on the season,which came at the hands of Mineola. Shannon helped lead Lynbrook to the title by leading the team in kills while also playing great defense and racking up the blocks. Lynbrooke won the title by a score of 3-1 27-29, 25-12, 25-14, 25-19 . After the girls lost the first game of the match they completely shut down Mineola and went on to win the next three games. Shannon has been training with us for over a year now and has really turned her self into a fantastic volleyball player. Shannons speed and power have improved so much and it really showed out on the court this year. Great job Shannon we are all very proud of you. Keep up the HARD work!
Congratulations to Laura Marques and the Massapeuqa girls varsity field hockey team on winning there 6th straight Nassau class A title. Massapequa beat East Meadow 3-2 Sunday night. Laura Marques is the starting goalie for Massapequa and helped the team hold on in the last minutes of the game as East Meadow had one last shot on net with just a few minutes left. Laura is also a starting defender on the girls lacrosse team in the spring and hopes to bring them a title as well. Laura has been training with us for over 3 years now for both field hockey and lacrosse. Laura has been improving since day one and continues to grow every time she trains. We are very proud of Laura and all that she has and will accomplish on and off the field. Great job Laura keep up the hard work.
Congrats to Shannon Wren and the Lynbrook girls varsity volleyball team on getting the number one seed in the playoff’s. Shannon helped captain her team to a 16-1 record during the regular season and they are poised to make a deep run into the playoff’s. Shannon has been training with you for a year now and has transformed her self into a great volleyball player. Shannon’s speed and agility has gone through the roof wile her power is helping her be one of the best out side hitter in the county. Keep up the great work Shannon and good luck in the playoffs!
On September 9th we started a 10-Week Soccer Training Program for ages 9-18. Tonight will be be the 4th session at Field of Dreams in Massapequa. The feedback that we have been getting from the community is great. The kids and parents are learning, working hard and having a great time in the process. Our program includes strength training, speed, agility, plyometrics, running mechanics, and conditioning. There are 7 weeks left and new comers are welcome. If you are signing up late your price will be pro-rated. We look forward to seeing you all there and for the kids, KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW OF CLIPS FROM WEEKS 1 – 3.