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T3 Lacrosse Members Stand Out Amongst International Lacrosse Competition

The beginning of August was an exciting time for a handful of members in our T3 Elite family. From August 1st-10th, Lindsay Mazzucco (T3 North 2021 Black), Sarah Cedarstrand (T3 North 2018 Black and T3 Intern), Jula Tully (T3 Central 2019), Tiana Vazquez (T3 Cobra 2023 Assistant Coach), Jen Marrosu (Former T3 North Regional Director) and Gemini Fan (LGS Events Summer Tournament Assistant) participated in the 2019 U19 World Lacrosse Championships in Peterborough, Canada. Mazzucco, Cederstrand and Vasquz competed for the undefeated Puerto Rico squad, while Tully played for Ireland and Marrosu and Fan were on the coaching staff for Hong Kong.

Our ladies blew up the stat sheet:

Lindsay Mazzucco: 40 saves, 51% save percentage, 2 caused turnovers, 9 loose balls

Sarah Cedarstrand: 1 goal, 2 assists, 1 draw control, 3 caused turnovers, 10 loose balls and 1 clear

Tiana Vazquez: 10 goals, 4 assists, 10 draw controls, 4 caused turnovers, 7 loose balls

Jula Tully: 40 saves, 52% save percentage, 5 loose balls

Click here f0r more results and statistics

We spoke with our T3 Elite athletes to discuss their experience playing in the World Championships. Cedarstrand noted that it was incredible being able to “gain a new group of sisters and unforgettable memories”. She also gave us her favorite moment from the tournament. “My favorite moment of the tournament was beating the Haudenosaunee for the second time and going 8-0 to break a world record.” Mazzucco reflected on this opportunity to compete on the world stage. “It was an incredible feeling to be able to play with the players from all over the world. We felt so special to be able to represent Puerto Rico and the game that we love. It was a great learning experience to play at such a high level of talent. I certainly became a better teammate and athlete.”

Tully discussed the comradery amongst the competing countries. “I loved that after each game the countries we played still always had a level of respect for us and vice versa everywhere we went.” When discussing T3 Lacrosse, Cedarstrand and Mazzucco were on the same page. They both agreed that their experience with T3 helped them form tight bonds with their teammates and coaches, gave them a strong support system, and surrounded them with players who were committed to succeeding in lacrosse. 


Good luck to Vazquez and Tully in their first year playing for Hartford and Muhlenberg, as well as returning Sophomore, Cedarstand at Rutgers University!


T3 Lacrosse Announces Addition of Accomplished Coach Alison Fisher As Director of Coaching and Player Development

T3 Lacrosse is excited to welcome new Director of Coaching and Player Development, Alison Fisher. She will be a strong asset to the T3 staff with 18 years of collegiate Division I coaching experience, 11 years as a head coach and 7 as an assistant coach. 

Fisher was a 4 year starter in both lacrosse and field hockey at Lafayette College. She helped her lacrosse team win 3 Patriot League championships and her field hockey team win 1. She was also a 3 time Academic All-American and the Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Lafayette Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2001.

As the head coach at Lafayette College, Fisher transitioned the program from a non scholarship program to a fully funded scholarship program. During this time she brought her team to 2 Patriot League tournaments and had players with many honors including 4 Patriot League Players of the Year, 20 All Patriot League Selections, 6 Regional All Americans and 10 All Patriot League Academic Team Selections. Fisher has also chaired the IWLCA National All American Committee and the IWLCA Mid Atlantic Region All American Committee and acted as an NCAA Regional Representative for the Patriot League. 

Before becoming the head coach at Lafayette, Fisher was a graduate assistant at the University of Delaware and assistant coach at both Princeton University and LaSalle University. During her time at Princeton, under Hall of Fame Coach Chris Sailer, Fisher helped guide the Tigers to qualify for the NCAA Tournament each season and become NCAA Runner Up. As well, she lead her athletes to several honors including 8 All-Americans, 3 Ivy League Rookie of the Year selections and 3 Ivy League Player of the Year honorees. 

Fisher has extensive experience in program management, student athlete mentoring, recruiting, player development, event planning, on field coaching and game preparation at all levels. With a plethora of collegiate coaching and recruiting experience, Fisher knows what it takes to compete at that level and how to mentor athletes to achieve their goals. 

T3 Lacrosse prides ourselves on having a strong dedicated staff with the experience and knowhow to take our players to the next level.
Explore how else T3 Lacrosse is going the extra mile for their athletes


Introducing New T3 United Regional Director Patra Acquaviva

T3 Lacrosse is excited to welcome Patra Acquaviva to the T3 family as the T3 United Regional Director.   Patra comes from a strong coaching background as well as an educational background in sports science. After graduating from Rutgers University with her Bachelors in Exercise Science and Psychology, she completed her Masters in Exercise Science with a focus in Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement. While at Rutgers University, Patra played Division I lacrosse for the Scarlet Knights.  Patra has over 13 years of club coaching experience and 6 years of High School Varsity coaching experience.  She was most recently the Director of Lacrosse at Mad Dog. As the head coach at Freehold Township High School, she was voted the 2017 Shore Conference coach of the year and 2018 A-North Divison coach of the year. Patra is the owner and operator of the strength and conditioning and lacrosse training program, Limitless. She is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist with over ten years of training experience. Using both her strength and conditioning and lacrosse backgrounds, Patra runs programs that are geared towards developing the athlete as a whole and taking their play to the next level.

For more information regarding T3 United please visit our regional website at https://t3lacrosse.com/elite-teams/t3-united/.


Dozens Of Post Season Honors For T3 Elite Lacrosse Members

Our T3 Elite Lacrosse players have taken numorous high school post-season honors this season.  We are so proud of all of our players! Good luck to our seniors moving on to compete in the NCAA next year! Check out our 2019 commitments here.  Find the list of all of our award winners below and congratulations!


All State Honors

Second Team:

Lauren Kaye (North)

Tai Jankowski (North)

Third Team:

Mackenzie Boyle (Shore)

Janie Cowley (Shore)

Grace Jamin (Shore)

All Group Honors

Group 1

First Team:

Olivia Lai (N 2019 Black)

Second Team:

Ryan Malfa (Shore)

Cathleen Parker (N 2019 Black)

Meghan Decker (N 2019 Black)

Olivia Genovese (N 2020 Black)

Third Team:

Kaitlyn Cumiskey (N 2020 Black)

Kate Carolonza (Shore)

Group 2

First Team:

Lauren Kaye (North)

Janie Cowley (Shore)

Mackenzie Boyle (Shore)

Grace Jamin (Shore)

Jula Tully (Central)

Second Team:

Chase Boyle (Shore)

Lindsay Mazzucco (Shore)

Jenna Harms (Shore)

Avery O’Connell (Shore)

Third Team:

Cassie James (Shore)

Jordan Johnson (Shore)

Abi George (Shore)

Morgan Bartlett (Shore)

Maddy Stoddard (Shore)

Group 3

Third Team:

Meghan Murray (Shore)

Nicole Burney (Shore)

Group 4

First Team:

Tai Jankowski (North)

Danielle Livornese (Central)

Third Team:

Kalie Moore (North)

Lizzy Escudero (North)

All Conference Honors

Skyland Conference

Player of the Year: Tai Jankowski (North)

First Team:

Meghan Pedrani (North)

Delaware Division

Hunterdon County Player of the Year: Danielle Livornese (Central)

First Team:

Tai Jankowski (North)

Lizzy Escudero (North)

Danielle Livornese (Central)

Olivia Lai (North)

Cathleen Parker (North)

Kya Risher, Hillsborough (North)

Lisa Ross, Hillsborough (North)

Second Team:

Bella Steer (Central)

Madison Bray (North)

Kalie Moore (North)

Lauren Sullivan (North)

Elizabeth Stevenson (Central)

Raritan Division

First Team:

Bailey Aaron(North)

Olivia Pikiell, (North)

Abby Cawley, (North)

Annie Thomas, (North)

Bridget Cawley, (North)

Katie Fullowan, (North)

Meghan Decker, (North)

Second Team:

Emily Schmitt (North)

Kate Pesarchick (North)

Olivia Genovese (North)

Kate Ducoff (North)

Jenna McHale (North)

Kelsey Klein (North)

Anna Gonella (North)

Valley Division

First Team:

Gigi Cascio (North)

Gillian Cascio (North)

Meghan Pedrani (North)

Lauren Garcia (North)

Lexi Yates (North)

Kellyn Bucceri (North)

Emma Evanko (North)

Cate Evanko (North)

Second Team:

Hayley Armstrong, Gill St. Bernard’s

Lila Mortensen (Central)

Freedom Conference

Player of the Year: Lauren Kaye (North)

North Division

First Team

Sarah Miller, West Morris

Kaylen Summer, Mount Olive

Madison Maguire, Pope John

Second Team

Madison Palumbo, Mount Olive

Emma Philip, West Morris

Shore Conference

Player of the Year: Janie Cowley (Shore)

First Team

Morgan Barltett – Ocean

Jordan Johnson – RFH

Jenna Harms – Manasquan

Janie Cowley – Manasquan

Chase Boyle – RFH

Kate Montalto – Manasquan

Cassie James – RFH

Lyndsey Mazzucco – RBC

Mack Boyle – RBC

Gracie Garguilo – RBC

Meghan Murray – Red Bank Regional

A- Central Division

First Team

Mackenzie Boyle (Shore)

Janie Cowley, Manasquan

Lindsday Mazzucco (Shore)

Second Team

Ryan Malfa (Shore)


First Team

Selena Carrington, Toms River North


First Team

Sophia Passalaqua, Rumson-Fair Haven

Chase Boyle, Rumson-Fair Haven

Grace Jamin, Rumson-Fair Haven

Second Team

Ava Poupard, Rumson-Fair Haven

Greater Middlesex Conference

First Team

Alexis Rich (North)

Katherine Manley (North)

Independence Conference

South Division

Second Team

Erica Schug

Hailey Kinard

Morris County

First Team

Jula Tully (Central)





Tournament Season Is Here, Are You Ready?

Summertime and the Laxin’ is Easy! Tournament season has arrived and will fly by before you know it.  In order to make the most of your time on and off the field, T3 Lacrosse Recruiting Coordinator Suzie Friedrich has put together her tips and tricks for a successful summer season.
1. Get those emails written at the beginning of the week so you’re not doing it last minute. College coaches appreciate emails early so they can plan their weekend (which fields to go to and who they’re watching).  As the week goes on, your focus should be on your game and not in the fact that your procrastination is looming over your head!
2. Socks. Extra socks. You will play better if your feet are comfortable.  You never know what the weather is going to do or what condition the fields might be in. If you have a pair dry socks to put on for each game, your feet will thank you later!  If your shoes are wet, shove a few newspaper pages into each one and leave them over night. The newspaper draws the water out and you’ll be good to go in the morning.
3. Get out of your comfort zone and meet some new people. When you walk onto the field, introduce yourself to your opponent. Maybe ask her where she goes to school, what colleges she’s interested in, etc. The lacrosse world is small…you might end up seeing her at a camp, playing against her in another tournament, realize you have mutual friends, or maybe even play together in college someday! You will also know her name so when her teammates say it, you’ll be ready to defend her!
4. Learn something interesting about each person on your team. Now don’t try to do this all in the first weekend! During your off time, spend it with someone on your team you don’t know all that well. Ask fun questions. The team that knows each other well and has great chemistry will usually win. (Hint…put your phones away every now and then and just enjoy the moments)
5. Shake it off and move on to the next play. You might feel like you’re under pressure to be perfect in front of college coaches.  NEWS FLASH! You’re not perfect! If something doesn’t go your way, let it go and move on to the next play. Coaches like to see how you react after a bad call or a mistake. If you can move on and attack the next moment, you’ll get bonus points.
6. Say thank you. Thank those who are giving you this awesome opportunity. Your parents, your coaches, a sibling that got dragged kicking and screaming to your games.  An attitude of gratitude!
7. Have fun! Nothing better than laxin’ with your friends all summer. Work hard, play hard!

Meet The Author- Suzie Friedrich

Suzie Friedrich spent her collegiate lacrosse career at Penn State.  She then went on to play for the US Lacrosse Team for 2 years. Suzie taught health and physical education for 15 years in Collingswood and Morristown, New Jersey and also in Baltimore, MD.  After that, she was the head soccer and lacrosse coach at Washington College for 5 years.  For the next 8 years she went on to be the first assistant and defensive coordinator at Cornell University. In 2016 Suzie was named the IWLCA Division 1 Assistant Coach of the Year.  Suzie is now one of T3 Lacrosse’s Recruiting Coordinators, working with our North region to place T3 Elite athletes in the NCAA.


65 T3 Alumni Competed In The NCAA This Season

The NCAA season is all said and done.  Congratulations to our 65 T3 Alumni that competed this year across divisions I, II and III!  We would like to recognize 12 players and 1 coach who have received outstanding honors from the NCAA.  Great job ladies and congratulations to all of our seniors who have graduated!

See who is committed for next season on our website!

Callie Dewitt- Bucknell
All-Patriot League Second Team
Academic All-Patriot League Team
Sophie Bass- Albright
All MAC Commonwealth First Team
All-ECAC Division III Women’s Lacrosse Second team
IWLCA Division III All-Star Game
Elizabeth Behrins- Denver
All Big East First Team
Emily Kitchin- Franklin & Marshall
IWCLA Division III First Team All-Metro Region Team
Bea Behrins- Denver
BIG EAST Tournament Team
Chelsea Orbin- Montclair
IWLCA Division III Boardwalk All-Region Second Team
All NJAC First Team
Megan Gianforte- Richmond
All A-10 Second Team
Michelle Pascrell-Stockton
NJAC Honorable Mention
Brittany Bruno- Villanova
BIG EAST All-Conference Second Team
Named to 2019 BIG EAST All-Tournament Team
Kathleen Jaeger-TCNJ
IWLCA Division III All-Star Game
All NJAC Second-Team
Paige Petty- Virginia Tech
Second consecutive All ACC First Team selection
IWLCA Division I All- South Region Second Team
West 2021 Coach Rachel Smith- Desales
MAC Freedom Women’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year
Lauren Britton-Bryant
All NEC Second Team

T3 Elite Players Named Top Freshmen and Sophomores Across NJ

You’ve heard about NJ Advance Media’s top performing juniors for the current 2019 season.  Now it’s the freshmen and sophomores’ time to shine! 21 T3 Elite players were noted as top performers in the state of New Jersey!  Good luck girls as you finish your 2019 season and looking forward to an exciting summer!  See the full list of T3 Elite players below.

T3 Elite is an organization of highly competitive girls teams for youth (4th-8th grade) and high school (9th-11th grade) players in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our Elite teams train and compete on a year-round basis while still allowing flexibility for multi-sport athletes. Our strategy is to lay the foundation of training to succeed as a way of life. Find out more about our T3 Elite programs and what makes T3 Lacrosse different here.

Top Freshmen of the 2019 Lacrosse Season

 Full Article Here

Caitlin Beahm Shore 2022 Black
Kate Ducoff North 2022 Black
Elyse Madigan North 2022 Black
Madison Maguire North 2022 Black
Gia Mitchell North 2022 Black
Meghan Pedrani North 2022 Black

Top Sophomores of the 2019 Lacrosse Season

 Full Article Here

Skyer Alpert North 2021 Black
Chase Boyle Shore 2021 Black
Elissa Byrne Shore 2021 Black
Paige Harms Shore 2021 Black
Madeline Kelly Shore 2021 Black
Kelsey Klein North 2021 Black
Ryan Malfa Shore 2021 Black
Lindsay Mazzucco North 2021 Black
Kate Montalto Shore 2021 Black
Avery Morgan Shore 2021 Black
Olivia Pikiell North 2021 Black
Alexis Rich North 2021 Black
Victoria Shenk Shore 2021 Black
Kaitlyn Tartaglione North 2021 Black
Kellie Russo Shore 2021 Black

T3 Players From 3 Regions Named To The EAC All Star Teams

A staggering 17 T3 Elite players were named to the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference All Star Team for the 2019 season.  Congratulations to all of these Lehigh Valley Area Players!  Please visit LehighValleyLive.com to view the full all-star team list.

T3 West: 1st Team T3 West: 2nd Team
Katie Flynn- Freedom Allie Drake- Easton
Morgan Hurd- Parkland Maddie Caffrey- Easton
Kenzie Roth- Parkland Grace Hall- Emmaus
Juliana Lopez- Pleasant Valley Emily Lieby- Parkland
Lauren Kolakowski- Nazareth Kaz Kennedy- Parkland
Brooke Veit- Liberty Caroline Garrett- Easton
Emma Telatovich- Freedom Kristyn Kleinhenz- Parkland
Chloe Gerhard- Emmaus
T3 North: 1st Team T3 Central: 2nd Team
Alexandra Bush- Pleasant Valley Lea Kreiger- Easton



T3 Alumni Advancing To The NCAA Tournament

This past Sunday, May 5, was the 2019 Selection Show for the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament.  34 alumni are moving on the the tournament and will compete for the chance to become NCAA champions.  Congratulations to all of our alumni and good luck! Check out our full alumni stat sheet here

Division College First Name Last Name Grad Year High School Goals Assists GB CTO DC Saves
1 James Madison Brittany Bill 2018 Hunterdon Central
1 James Madison Kelsey Reed 2016 Watchung Hills 17 6 22 14 28
1 Denver Beatrice Behrins 2017 Ridge 41 4 9 2 3
1 Denver Elizabeth Behrins 2015 Ridge 15 5 35 23 2
1 Denver Abby Buczek 2018 DePaul Catholic
1 Florida Emily Petillo 2016 Manasquan 4 2 1
1 Florida Emma Wightman 2018 Ridge 12 7 1
1 High Point Cj Amster 2018 Bridewater Raritan 7 2 7 4
1 High Point Emma Genovese 2018 Mount Saint Mary Acdemy 6 1 7 7 14
1 High Point Philomena Loescher 2018 Ridge 22 8 10 1
1 UPenn Kaeli Huesman 2018 The Lawrenceville School 1
1 Syracuse Georgia Pesot 2018 Ridge
1 Richmond Megan Gianforte 2016 Manasquan 56 14 166
1 Richmond Lauren Kingsbury 2018 Hopewell Valley Central 12 6 9 7 2
1 Richmond Julia Schmuckler 2016 Kent Place School 9 3 18 5 30
1 Wagner Tory Tucci 2017 North Brunswick 23 23 18 9 4
Division College First Name Last Name Grad Year High School Goals Assists GB CTO DC Saves
2 West Chester Helen Kreschollek 2018 Saucon Valley 2 1 1
2 West Chester Rachel Noble 2015 Wall Township 3 1
2 West Chester Cate Zuccarello 2015 Hillsborough 1 12 12
2 East Stroudsburg Cassidy McKenna 2016 Ridge 15 3 11 3
2 Florida Southern Catherine DeKorte 2016 Immaculate Heart Academy 18 13 2 4
Division College First Name Last Name Grad Year High School Goals Assists GB CTO DC Saves
3 Wesleyan Breanna Cavanaugh 2015 North Hunterdon 35 26 3
3 Wesleyan Mckenzie Sheehan 2018 Randolph
3 Amherst Rachel White 2017 Bridewater Raritan 2
3 Franklin & Marshall Emily Kitchin 2018 Moristown Beard 16 6 75
3 Salisbury Gianna DeMato 2016 St John Vianney 31 5 14 4 14
3 Gettysburg Courtney Patterson 2016 Hunterdon Central 31 8 22 5 86
3 Mary Washington Shannon Bremer 2015 Indian Hills 4
3 Washington and Lee Kit McNiff 2017 Chatham 8 2 14
3 Ithaca Mackenzie Schade 2017 West Morris Central 24
3 TCNJ Kathleen Jaeger 2015 Hunterdon Central 30 10 19 10 1
3 TCNJ Kalan Smith 2018 Kittatinny
3 Colby Kristin Yorke 2017 Rumson Fair Haven 18 8 1
3 York Jenna Cholowinski 2018 Howell 9 2 5 3 7
3 Misericordia Alyssa Greco 2018 Pleasant Valley 6 5 2

Tips and Tricks to Optimize Your Game In The Rain

The forecast says it’s going to rain, but you have a big game tomorrow, what to do?! Well, T3 Elite Director of Player Development, Julia Braun has put together 5 tips for playing in the rain to help you get prepared and optimize your time on the field.

     As long as there is no thunder or lightning, lacrosse games will be played in the rain, but besides putting on your trusty cleats to play in grass and mud and donning your best water resistant jacket under your uniform/pinney, How can you play well?

  1. Don’t pull your strings super tight because your stick bagged out when it got wet. Your pocket turned into a bag and now it’s illegal. Before you tighten ALL of your strings, try just tightening the shooting strings and the sidewall strings. Those are the parts that give your pocket its shape and depth. Afterward: Don’t stick it somewhere and forget about it. Either take a hair dryer to your pocket or stuff some newspapers in it, otherwise your stick will be a brick wall the next dry day.
  2. Focus on your footwork. If you stay low, especially on defense, keep some bend in the knee and really work on breaking down your footwork, you’ll be much less likely to slide
  3. Shoot Low. If you are on grass the ball will skip unpredictably off the wetness of the grass. If you are in mud, the same will happen, but too hard and it will get stuck in the mud!
  4. Let your hair get wet. Hoods pulled under your goggles limit visibility and can be dangerous. Put your hood down, dig deep and play with guts.
  5. Have fun. It will be cooler so you can run longer without the heat slowing you down. Everybody is playing in the same conditions. The ball will stay in your stick better and you can really play some nice lacrosse in the rain. 

Julia BraunMeet The Author- Julia Braun 

Oversees all aspects of T3’s grade based core curriculum, utilizes her background in strength and conditioning to facilitate the T3 Strength program, implements coach training and support across regions to solidify consistency in teaching platform. Former player at Bucknell University, former assistant coach at Bucknell University. NSCA Certified Strength Coach.