Long Island Liberty Lacrosse is an organization founded on the principles of commitment, competition, and sportsmanship. Liberty Lacrosse is ideal for any female, elementary school, middle school, or high school player wishing to improve her lacrosse skills.  We are a comprehensive development program that provides high-level coaching instruction in an atmosphere that generates a positive and competitive environment.  We are dedicated to teach commitment and

to develop the skill and talent level of players while encouraging a passion for the game of lacrosse.

Program Goals: Educate on the sport, motivate, invest in every player and player evolution.  Liberty Lacrosse offers a lacrosse education that promotes individual development en route to learning how to become a part of something bigger: a unified team! This strategy encourages each player to become a student of the game and enhance their skill.

Coaches: Players will have exposure to top-notch coaches, who have played and taught the game at the collegiate, elite and world cup levels. Liberty players will receive the maximum lacrosse experience, through rigorous practices and highly competitive tournaments, while continually having fun and

building upon their lacrosse education.

College Recruiting: At Liberty Lacrosse, we provide a foundation on and off the field to prepare players for college. Players will have exposure to college coaches at some of the best tournaments in the country. Each team will develop the necessary skill sets to play at the college level and engage in competition that will challenge and improve the athlete.

To assist with the college recruiting process, Black Diamond Lacrosse offers a college recruiting forum every fall.  Anyone interested in learning about the college recruiting process is welcome to attend. The Forum provides the opportunity for players and parents to understand the recruiting process better, what to expect, and how to navigate the process. Past Speakers have been Karin Corbett – UPENN, Lisa Miller – UMASS Lowell, Katy Dissenger – Trinity College, Denise Wescott – CAL Berkley, Tanya Kotowicz – Quinnipiac, Chris Sailer – Princeton University, and many more.