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 nearly 300 athletes who participate annually in FCA Northeast’s Lacrosse Program, the time-commitment is not insignificant. In a 52-week year, the coaches and staff are in contact with the players for 33 of those weeks. “Our FCA program is invested in bringing our athletes through not only the year, but …

NCAA Placement

FCA Ramps Up Efforts on Player Recruiting and NCAA Placement Each year, FCA Northeast 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. …

Our Coaches

For FCA Lacrosse Coaches, Sport is Just Part of the Picture If these words of 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 country. FCA’s …

As Program Grows, FCA Lacrosse Focus Remains Unchanged

Our focus is on spiritual, personal, and athletic growth. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Northeast lacrosse program is getting bigger, yet its focus remains the same: developing the player and working through coaches. This year’s program, which includes 16 travel teams of 300 players spanning ten graduation years, reflects nearly a 20% increase in the number of players, plus two …

FCA Northeast Lacrosse Program Announces Boys Fall 2017/Summer 2018 Tryouts

Building off of the momentum of the excellent success from this summer’s lacrosse program, FCA announces the upcoming July tryouts to take place at Roberts Wesleyan College and Veterans Memorial Park . The 2016 tryouts included 400 participants. “Last year was the strongest turnout to date, with nine grades trying out the same weekend. We had made significant changes to …

Join Us for the Second Annual AR4 Event July 22, 2017

FCA will be holding its second annual AR4 Legacy event to honor the legacy and life of Andrew Rohloff. The event, which will take place at Roberts Wesleyan College on July 22, 2017, will consistent of a clinic, lunch banquet and day of lacrosse. This event is open to any boys graduating classes 2026-28. As we introduce this grade level …

College of St. Rose recruits FCA Goalie Matt Gill

When Matt Gill first started playing lacrosse at age seven he often played in and out of the goal. “Early on while I was playing in the youth league, I didn’t like to run and I knew that if I played goalie, I wouldn’t have to. At that age, everyone wanted to try goalie, but as we got higher up …

FCA’s 2017 attackman Evan Kelly will play lacrosse at LeMoyne College

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced today that Evan Kelly will be playing NCAA Division II lacrosse at LeMoyne College in Fall 2017. Kelly, who plans to study business at LeMoyne has high hopes for his college years: “I am looking forward to college in general. I wanted to attend LeMoyne because Coach Sheehan has a reputation for being tough, …