Bridgton Academy Lacrosse
Bridgton Academy has a legendary lacrosse program, sending our student-athletes to some of the top programs in the country. Several alumni have captured NCAA Lacrosse National Championships at Universities such as Syracuse University, Washington College, Nazareth, Adelphi, CW Post, Lemoyne, and Salisbury.
Bridgton alumni have also gone on to have careers in Major League Lacrosse and the National Lacrosse League, winning world championships at the highest level.
- Steven Brooks ’03, Syracuse, MLL Florida Launch
- Brett Bucktooth ’02, Syracuse, MLL Rochester Rattlers/NLL New England Black Wolves
- Terry Kimener ’04, UMBC, MLL Charlotte Hounds
- Josh Porcell ’03, UMBC, MLL Ohio Machine
- Brian Vetter ’04, Towson, MLL Chesapeake Bayhawks
- Diogo Godoi ’05, UMass, MLL, Boston Cannons
More recently, BA has seen alums at numerous Division I schools, including Ohio State, the University of Delaware, UVM, St. John’s and Providence College. We also have seen recent graduates move onto Dartmouth and other upper-level academic institutions.
- Fall & Spring Schedules against top prep and college programs WITHOUT the loss of a year of NCAA eligibility.
- Exposure to NCAA Division I, II, and III college programs through regular season play and showcase events.
- Balanced academic and social growth as well as lacrosse development in a structured college-prep environment.
- Improve overall academic skills and standardized test scores to present a stronger profile to colleges.
- A full year of SQA (Speed, Quickness & Agility) and weight training.
16 Wolverine Alums Have Gone On To Professional Lacrosse
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including Steven Brooks, MLL Champion
Lacrosse Class of 2017 Matriculation List
- Springfield College
- Bryant University
- Western New England
- Assumption College
- Le Moyne College
- Post University
- Keene State College
- University of Maine at Farmington
- University of Maine
- Concordia University – Montreal
- Roger Williams University
- Southern New Hampshire University
- Merrimack College
- Ithaca College
- Queens University of Charlotte
- Whittier College