CityLax Stories

Student-Athletes

Meet Michelle Neira

“Because of CityLax, I’ve become more outgoing and opened up more than I ever thought I could. Now, I want to pursue lacrosse in college and beyond.”

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Meet Loren Cantor

Loren Cantor is a junior goalie at Bard High School Early College in Manhattan. A tenacious athlete who is always curious to learn something new, Loren first discovered the sport from a poster promoting boys lacrosse.

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CITYLAX STUDENT-ATHLETE HONORED WITH PSAL MVP SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD AT 2017 PINSTRIPE BOWL

Not only is Isa a talented lacrosse player and excellent student, he’s also a driven and compassionate member of his community.

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Volunteers

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Chelsea Ruebling, CityLax Coach

Chelsea Ruebling has been playing lacrosse so long she claims she learned how to cradle before she could walk. She knows firsthand the important balance of fun and working hard to develop skills, and puts a great deal of focus on developing her players’ skills so that they can grow their passion for lacrosse.

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Rhea Lyons, CityLax Coach

Rhea Lyons, a midfield player from Littleton, Colorado, is the site captain and head coach of the Brooklyn CityLax Winter Clinics at James Madison High School.

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Mia Ibrahim, Volunteer CityLax Coach

A true teacher, Mia started teaching clarinet lessons out of her garage in high school to the local neighborhood kids, and now balances her time between helping students learn how to play musical instruments in the classroom and coaching NYC girls in the game of lacrosse outside on the field.