There’s a long lacrosse tradition at Brentwood (N.Y.) High School on Long Island, including its status as alma mater for National Lacrosse Hall of Famer Frank Urso, one of the sport’s all-time greats.
But in recent years, Brentwood’s boys’ and girls’ programs haven’t been as competitive as they would like. In fact, the girls’ program has had a glaring need for new gear and equipment that hasn’t been updated in many years. Sticks, goggles, and gloves were among the priority items.
Hearing that news recently, Lacrosse Unlimited, an equipment supplier headquartered on Long Island, stepped into the breach. Partnering with both USA Lacrosse and Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation for funding assistance, the company donated $15,000 worth of equipment, which arrived on campus last week.
The Brentwood athletics director, coaching staff members, the varsity and JV players, and the school superintendent were all on hand to greet the arrival of the special delivery.
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Equipment Donation Makes BHS Lacrosse “A Better Place” | USA Lacrosse