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Chris Long

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Mercer Island coach Chris Long called the trip an eye-opening experience for both players and coaches.
He noted some of the programs out east date back 50 years. Mercer Island's lacrosse program began in 1993. "These games are kind of a measuring stick on what we need to do better," Long told the Reporter. "I think in some games [against local teams], players can coast by a little bit. These games help reinforce some of the things we have to do. Once we're on the field, we have to be 100 percent mentally focused and physically active and can't lapse. We've made a few mistakes that cost us dearly and I think that message has gotten across to these boys." A bright spot for Mercer Island during the trip, Long said, was the play of senior goalie Ezra Tillinger, who is committed to play lacrosse at Marquette next year. "We rode the 'T' from Fenway Park to Government Center and got a real feel for the public transit system that's been around," Long said. "I think at least 10 of [the boys] commented, 'Wow, the accent is real.'" Though no longer undefeated, Long said he expected his team to hold on to the experiences from the trip's losses and use it for improvement as the Islanders begin the second half of their season. "We try to set a goal to come away with one win out of the three. It'd be nice to have three wins but we know it's tough competition," Long said prior to Friday's matchup against Medfield.


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