Alfred University recruits FCA’s Justin Mosher

A few weeks ago, attackman Justin Mosher (Hilton HS) announced his commitment to play at Alfred University next year. We caught up with Justin and asked him a few questions regarding the FCA and him choosing Alfred University. We also asked Justin if he had any advice for juniors and seniors during the recruiting process. Here are Justin’s answers below: …

McGuire Craig

Stony Brook University recruits FCA’s McGuire Craig

A few months back, defenseman McGuire Craig (Irondequoit HS) announced his commitment to play at Stony Brook University next year. We caught up with McGuire and asked him a few questions regarding the FCA and him choosing Stony Brook University. We also asked McGuire if he had any advice for juniors and seniors during the recruiting process. Find McGuire’s answers …

Ryan Butts

Clarkson University recruits FCA’s Ryan Butts

A few weeks ago, midfielder Ryan Butts (Hilton HS) announced his commitment to play at Clarkson University next year. We caught up with Ryan and asked him a few questions regarding the FCA and him selecting Clarkson University. Find Ryan’s answers below: 1. Why did you and your family choose to play for FCA? My family and I chose to …

Roberts Wesleyan recruits FCA’s Reid Jackowski

Last week, attackman / midfielder Reid Jackowski (LaFayette HS) announced his commitment to play at Roberts Wesleyan next year. We caught up with Reid and his family, we asked them a few questions regarding the FCA and him choosing Roberts. We also asked Reid if he had any advice for juniors and seniors during the recruiting process. 1. Why did …

Oswego State recruits FCA’s Ethan Mann

Earlier this month, defenseman Ethan Mann (Hilton HS) announced his commitment to play at Oswego State next year. We caught up with Ethan and asked him a few questions regarding the FCA and him choosing Oswego State. We also asked Ethan if he had any advice for juniors and seniors during the recruiting process. Here are Ethan’s answers below: Q. …

Our Coaches

For FCA Lacrosse Coaches, Sport is Just Part of the Picture If these words of the late Dr. Billy Graham hold true: “One coach will impact more young people in one year than the average person does in a lifetime,” then FCA’s lacrosse coaches are having a huge impact on a lot of youth in the Northeast Region of our …

What Makes FCA Distinct?

What makes FCA different? There is a reason that FCA has continued to grow so significantly since it was started in 1954. FCA takes the athletic aspect of the program as serious as every other club, and conducts the sports component with a high level of excellence, yet what makes FCA different – and clearly desirable — is the integration …

Year-round Training

FCA’s Year-Round Training Enhances Competitiveness and Fosters Relationship-Building For the 300+ athletes who participate annually in FCA Upstate Lacrosse Program, the time-commitment is not insignificant. In a 52-week year, the coaches and staff are in contact with the players for at least 33 of those weeks. “Our FCA program is invested in coaching our athletes throughout the year. With a …

NCAA Placement

FCA Ramps Up Efforts on Player Recruiting and NCAA Placement Each year, FCA Upstate Lacrosse continues to place kids into the right colleges where they have achieved success. More than ever this summer, FCA is able to allocate more focus and effort into assisting their players and their parents in the process of deciding where they want to attend college. …

As Program Grows, FCA Lacrosse Focus Remains Unchanged

Our focus is on spiritual, personal, and athletic growth. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Upstate lacrosse program grows every year, yet its focus remains the same: developing the player and working through coaches. This year’s program, which includes 17 travel teams of 300 players spanning ten graduation years, reflects nearly a 20% increase in the number of players, plus two …