The 4th-Seed Explorers will face 5th-Seed Cardinal O'Hara on Thursday, March 8th in the Quarterfinals 7:10 PM at Hatfield Ice.
Over the past 25 years the La Salle Hockey Program has been instrumental in developing young men to advance and compete at the collegiate level.
Our program is committed to the total development of all student athletes with an emphasis on team success. The members of our program take great pride in having a strong work ethic, being accountable and unselfish. These qualities, and each player’s commitment to teamwork, provide our program with a strong foundation for success. La Salle has three teams: Varsity AAA, Varsity non-league, and Junior Varsity AAA.
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The XXIII Olympic Winter Games are set to begin on Feb. 9 in Pyeongchang County, South Korea.
The Explorers will compete in seven varsity sports (five PIAA Sports) this Winter season.
The Explorers will open the 2017 Flyers Cup on Thursday, March 9th at Hatfield Ice.
The Athletic Department offers seven varsity-level sports during the Winter Sports Season.
The Explorers defeated Erie Cathedral Prep 7-1 to win the 5th State Hockey Championship in School History.
La Salle will compete for two Pennsylvania State Championships.
The Varsity AAA Hockey Team defeated Holy Ghost Prep 4-1 on Thursday, March 10th and now move on to the PA State Championship at Penn State University.
The Explorers will face Holy Ghost Prep on Thursday March 10th at 8:45 PM at Hatfield Ice.
The Explorers will open quarterfinal play in the Flyers Cup on Thursday, March 3rd at Hatfield Ice.
Basketball and Hockey Games will be streamed courtesy of Bob Long Sports.
- Varsity "AAA" Team
- Junior Varsity Team
- Head Coach
- Recent La Salle Hockey Players
Over the past 25 years the La Salle Hockey Program has been instrumental in developing young men to advance and compete at the collegiate level. Our program is committed to the total development of all student athletes with an emphasis on team success. The members of our program take great pride in having a strong work ethic, being accountable and unselfish. These qualities, and each player’s commitment to teamwork, provide our program with a strong foundation for success. La Salle has 2 teams: Varsity "AAA" and Junior Varsity.
What makes our program successful?
- Quality, well rounded young men who strive for challenge and success in and out of the classroom
- A commitment to player development and advancement, team success and sportsmanship
- Dedicated coaching staffs that mentor, teach, and develop all student athletes
- Strength of Schedule – La Salle plays the most competitive schedule of any HS hockey program in the state
- Outstanding support of La Salle’s Administration, Faculty and Student Body
- La Salle Pride
The "AAA" Team plays a competitive 30 game schedule playing locally in the Philly "AAA" League as well as the recently formed Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League (La Salle, Lawrenceville School, Hill School, Portledge School, Princeton Day School and Wyoming Seminary). The "AAA" Team practices an average of 2 times per week immediately after school from 3:00-4:15 PM. Scheduling is coordinated to best provide balance for student athletes playing on high level club teams at the U15, U16, U18 and junior levels. No games are played on weekends.
Our Non-League schedule is excellent and the most challenging of any high school hockey program in the state. Current and recent NL opponents include: Hill School, PA - Lawrenceville, NJ - Wyoming Seminary, PA - Portledge School, NY - Delbarton, NJ - Fairfield Prep, CT - Mount St. Charles Academy, RI - Bishop Guertin, NH - Brunswick School, CT - Gloucester Catholic, NJ - St. Augustine’s, NJ - Bergen Catholic, NJ - Christian Brothers Academy, NJ - Don Bosco Prep, NJ - Morristown-Beard, NJ - Princeton Day School, NJ - St. Peters Prep, NJ- St. Ignatius, OH - St. Edwards, OH - Meadville HS, PA - St. Francis, OH - St. Mary’s, NY - Bishop Hendricken, RI - La Salle Academy, RI – Northwood School, NY
The "AAA" Team participates in the annual Mount St. Charles Academy Invitational Tournament in December.
The Junior Varsity Team is a competitive team for serious players that are still developing physically and athletically to play on the "AAA" team consistently. The JV Team is designed to develop skills and provide high level players the challenge of a quality 25 game schedule. Throughout the season, some players from the JV Team will have the opportunity to play in Varsity games. The season runs October-March with a practice average of 1-2 times per week. No games are played on weekends.
- State Champions: 1998, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2016
- Flyers Cup Champions: 1996, 1998, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
- State Finalist: 1996, 1998, 2011, 2013, 2014
- Mount St. Charles Academy Invitational Champions: 2008
- Meadville Bulldog Invitational Champions: 1998, 2005, 2007 and 2008