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Sal LoCascio was one of the most dominant goalies the sport has seen. LoCascio was a four-time All-American at the University of Massachusetts and played for the winning U.S. Team in the 1990, 1994 and 1998 International Lacrosse Federation World Championships.
He was named the outstanding goalie at the 1994 championships and set a record with 32 saves in the gold-medal winning game victory over Canada in 1998.
He helped Long Island Hofstra to four United States Club Lacrosse Association (USCLA) championships, was the USCLA player of the year in 1995, was a six-time all-pro with the New York Saints of the National Lacrosse League and helped the Long Island Lizards to the inaugural Major League Lacrosse championship in 2001.
LoCascio also served as a head coach in both the NLL and MLL. In 2004, LoCascio guided the Philadelphia Barrage as their head coach to their first-ever MLL championship. He has previously been inducted into the US Lacrosse Long Island Chapter Hall of Fame.