Girls Lacrosse

Video Profile: Darien’s Lisa Lindley Reaches 400 Wins

Allison Gaskins, a graduate student at Sacred Heart University, is going to be contributing video stories and profiles for a still-to-be named series on The Ruden Report. Allison has been working on camera and as a director for Frontier’s Vantage Sports Network.

For her first feature here, Allison profiles Darien girls lacrosse coach Lisa Lindley, who last week celebrated her 400th career victory.



It Seems To Me…Farewell, Tracy Nichols — And Some FCIAC Playoff Thoughts

So much for a planned FCIAC baseball tournament preview, now that the pairings will remain unsettled until less than 24 hours before the first pitch. We still don’t have a No. 8 seed. The girls lacrosse tournament begins today with New Canaan and Ridgefield having their openers moved up a day because both schools have proms tomorrow.





Jaques’ Goal In Second Overtime Completes Comeback, Carries Darien Past New Canaan, 11-10

NEW CANAAN — It has been five years and 11 days since the New Canaan girls lacrosse team last defeated Darien.

That has been cause enough for frustration. Compounding the disappointment the last two years has been the manner in which the Rams have lost. In two of the last three games, including the two most recent FCIAC championships, the Blue Wave have used late rallies to deny their border rival.


Darien Finds Room For Improvement In 16-6 Win Over Ridgefield

DARIEN — If one were to offer a visual display of what has helped Darien’s Lisa Lindley build one of the country’s top high school girls lacrosse programs, it would feature fewer postgame celebrations and more moments like the one that happened midway through the first half today against Ridgefield.


Wistreich’s Two Late Goals Lift Wilton To 10-9 Win Over Ridgefield

RIDGEFIELD — The members of the Wilton girls lacrosse team have carried the memories of their first loss ever to Ridgefield for nearly a year.

But with today’s game tied at 8-8 in the closing minutes, revenge took a back set to instinct for Wilton senior Rebecca Wistreich. Like her teammates, Wistreich was more concerned with winning a game.