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Liam Banks

Liam grew up playing, watching and loving the sport of lacrosse in Long Island, New York. He attended Ward Melville High School where he was an All-American Attackman. During Banks' senior year in high school he tallied an unbelievable mark of 172 points in a single season. While Liam has moved on to bigger and better things as an All-American at Syracuse and 2000 NCAA Championship MVP and an MLL star, that mark still stands as one of the truly outstanding seasons New York State High School Lacrosse history.

In 2005 Liam founded LB3 with the simple goal of doing a better job of teaching the game of lacrosse. Soon after establishing LB3 in Pennsylvania, he brought his philosophy of focusing on fundamentals and preaching the love of the game down to the great state of Georgia as he saw an opportunity to help grow the game in a developing area. LB3 is a growing company and Liam is proud of what it has become. As new opportunities arise and LB3 continues to develop, Liam is committed to remaining a coach and teacher of the game first. That is what he loves and that is where he plans to put his energy.

Liam currently resides in Peachtree City with his wife Renee and three children Ryann, Liam and Sadie.

Lacrosse Work Professional Lacrosse Play World Lacrosse Play College Lacrosse Play High School Lacrosse Play
Founder and President LB3 Lacrosse San Francisco Dragons (MLL) US U19 National Team Syracuse University Syracuse, NY Ward Melville High School Setauket, NY
Director SE Sports Marketing for Warrior Brine Lacrosse Chicago Machines (MLL) World Champion 2-time All American All American
Head Coach Upper Dublin HS PA New Jersey Pride (MLL) All World National Champion Suffolk County All-time single point leader 172
Assistant Coach University of Maryland Women’s Team Tournament Scoring Leader MVP NCAA Championships #6 all-time in NY State single season points 172
#8 all-time in NY State single season assist 104