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Mid-Season #1 - Boys LI Legacy Taz (2024)

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USClubLax Staff

Mar 18, 2022

Mid-Season #1 - Boys LI Legacy Taz (2024)

The Boys 2024 Long Island Legacy Taz is coached by Thomas Zummo, a four-time All-American, member of four Hall of Fames, and two-time NCAA National Champion. Based out of East Islip, New York, the Taz are ranked #1 overall nationally in the 2024 class with a record of 9-1-1.

This LI Legacy team has scored 88 goals this year, with only 48 goals allowed. Some of the biggest wins from this past fall include:

#9 Carolina Miners | 6-4

#10 Annapolis Hawks Green | 9-8

#11 Thunder Blue | 9-5

*bolded text are game scores*

The events that they played at during the 2021 fall season were the Igloo LI Elite Tournament, NAL Fall, and IMCLA Players Summit.

“I am anticipating a great action-packed summer full of exposure and opportunities for the boys,” Zummo said.

The philosophy behind the Legacy program is “genius is overrated. Success is not about innate ability. It’s combined with a number of key factors such as opportunity, meaningful hard work, and your cultural legacy.”

Zummo does a great job with this team, and they are a team that all college coaches should be looking out for.

The LI Legacy will be at several events this summer, and look to challenge any opponents. Watch out for this squad at Long Island Summer Showdown, Sweetlax Summer, Naptown and North American events.


Some players to watch:

#55 Liam Kershis, Attackman - Shoreham Wading River HS (Uncommitted)

  • 4.0 GPA
  • 2019 WSYL 2nd All tournament Team
  • 2019 US Club Lax Nationals All Tournament Team
  • LILJ Featured Athlete

#48 Tyler Eye, Long Stick Midfielder - St. Anthony’s HS (Uncommitted)

  • 4.0 GPA
  • 2018 - 1st Warrior All American Team
  • 2019 - 1st All World Team - WSYL
  • 2020 - All Star Team One Percent Showcase

#34 Madden Murphy, FOGO - Ward Melville HS (Uncommitted)

  • 4.0 GPA
  • WSYL All World Team One Percent showcase
  • Top 2024 Boys Lacrosse Players List

This is one of the best teams in the class of 2024, so keep an eye out for this Long Island team coming into tournaments and turning heads as one of the strongest squads in the country. They will no doubt be a team to beat, and a team to gun for. But do not get it twisted, they have faced great teams in the past and have picked up right where they left off from the previous tournament. Expect nothing less for this coming 2022 summer club season, and be ready for a big summer showing for the Taz.

Contact LI Legacy Taz:



All Inquiries: kjderaeve@gmail.com
Keenan DeRaeve

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