Athletic Director: Joe Martillotti - 887-0236
Athletics Secretaries: Cynthia DeLucca & Tara Sollitto - 887-0236
Athletic Trainer: A. O’Sullivan - 887-8754
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FINAL FORMS ATHLETIC REGISTRATION
Lynbrook Owls Soar to Collegiate Level
Surrounded by proud family members, 13 senior student-athletes from Lynbrook High School made their college commitments for next year. The Lynbrook Public Schools congratulates the following students and wishes them the best of luck as they take their talents to the collegiate level!
John Carver, Adelphi University, baseball
Mason Benvenuto, SUNY Oneonta, lacrosse
Finn Boyle, SUNY Potsdam, swim
Andrew Ciprian, Palm Beach Atlantic University, lacrosse
Kaitlyn Devaney, Merrimack College, swim
Sarah Fava, Cabrini University, lacrosse
Isabelle Gaudet, Virginia Wesleyan University, volleyball
Jenna Hendrickson, University of Pittsburgh, lacrosse
Madi Marchetta, Adelphi University, lacrosse
Luigi Prosperi, LIU Post, soccer
Erin Quinlan, Case Western Reserve University, swim
Kayla Schwizer, SUNY Oneonta, soccer
Lauren Siciliano, Northern Vermont University - Lyndon, softball
NCAA Info Night
The Moms and Dads Club NCAA info night was a great success. Representatives from multiple schools including Stony Brook, Molloy, SUNY Cortland and Wingate University(NC) sat on our panel. The panelists experiences spanned many years at the collegiate level and have coached Football, Lacrosse, Track & Field, and Softball. Very informative discussions took place about the recruiting process and differences between Division I, II, and III. Information about the NCAA eligibility center, compliance, and the changes in regulations during the pandemic were covered as well. If you were not able to watch the live stream you can watch the recording by clicking the link below. If you have any questions always feel free to contact the Athletic Office.
Click here to watch a video from the event.
An important aspect of team play involves students traveling to and from away games together. It is a valuable time for coaches to speak with the players both before and after the game. However, we do realize and respect that family commitments or emergencies may arise that may necessitate a parent picking up a child from a game or take a child to a game.
The following protocol is requested for all special allowances:
Submit a note to the Coach at least three days in advance of the known conflict.
Upon pick up or drop off, make sure you report directly to the Coach