Three members of the LVHS Girls Varsity Lacrosse team have been chosen for the Long Island-Metro School Girls Team, an outstanding achievement for any athlete! LVHS junior Courtney Boyd, and sophomores Taylor Bleistein and  Bairre Reilly earned this honor after competing in a  highly competitive evaluation for the national team that sends three Long Island teams to compete in the national tournament.  


The Women’s Division National Tournament will take place on May 28 & 29 at Stony Brook University and Ward Melville High School. In its 78th year, this historic tournament features regional high school girl’s lacrosse games and US National Team competition. The event attracts over 1,500 of the best competitors nationwide from every realm of women’s lacrosse as well as over 2,500 spectators.
This is a major recruiting tournament and it is a great honor to make the team.  Division I Coaches will again be joining DII and III coaches in recruiting at the National Tournament.  There were over 200 girls that participated in the try outs which made for a very competitive day and a true accomplishment for Courtney, Taylor, and Bairre. 


The Women’s Division National Tournament began in 1933 as a way to showcase the best post-collegiate and club women’s lacrosse players. Since that time, it has grown into one of the largest and most renowned women’s lacrosse events in the nation and features over 75 teams in three levels of play including high school.


Congratulations and good luck to Bairre, Courtney, and Taylor as they will compete in this National Tournament at the end of the month!