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Admirals Sports

Arlington Lacrosse was founded in 1998 by Mike Malet, Andy Arenson, and former Athletic Director Dick Beams. The first coaching staff was Mike Malet, Andy Arenson, Ted Braggins, and Brett Booth. They played a club schedule. Arlington Lacrosse played its first game at Michie Stadium on the United States Military Academy at West Point.

In 1999, Andy Arenson took control of the program as head coach. Still playing a club schedule the lacrosse team won the Hudson Valley Lacrosse League defeating the Storm King School in the championship.

In 2000, the program reached varsity status competing in high powered section 1 lacrosse.

In 2001, Ted Braggins assumed the reigns of the program and with the support of the school community, the program expanded with the creation of a JV program, coached by Chris Malet. Since that year the program has continued to grow and succeed.

In 2007, the program took a major step forward when the varsity won the first league title in the history of the program. The JV kept pace by finishing the season undefeated.

With the help of a youth league established in 2003 the only direction for the program is up.

During it's short history, the Arlington Lacrosse program has sent players to play at such respected programs as Providence College, Quinnipiac University, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Oswego, SUNY Morrisville, Hartwick College, Pace University, and the University of Hartford

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