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Jason Alberghine, Longtime Resident of Bronxville, Dies Suddenly
Jason Alberghine, Longtime Resident of Bronxville, Dies Suddenly on July 30, 2016, at 46 Print

 

By Family and Friends


Aug. 24, 2016:  Jason Alberghine, a longtime resident of Bronxville, died suddenly on Saturday, July 30, 2016. He died of cardiac arrest while moving heavy boxes into his family's new apartment. A memorial service for family and friends was held at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale on August 6, 2016.

He leaves behind his wife, Lisa, to whom he was married 22 years, and their four children, Briana, Ryan, Dylan, and Caleigh.

Jason was the son of Fran and Al Alberghine and brother of Vicki Gergely (Mark) and Robert Alberghine. He was brother-in-law to Lisa's sister, Amy Stollerman (Gregory Hayden). He was a fun and loving uncle to his seven nieces and nephews: Alexis, Joshua, and Bryce Gergely; Adriana and Jayden Alberghine; and Keira and Brett Hayden.

Jason was born on November 2, 1969. He attended Sachem public schools and Sachem North High School, from which he graduated in 1987. He attended SUNY-Oneonta and graduated in 1991 with a degree in business economics.

Jason was a quiet, humble man who loved his family. He took tremendous pride in the accomplishments of his children, and he was a constant presence on the sidelines of their athletic events. He was a source of great encouragement to them.

Lacrosse was a big part of Jason's life, and he was happiest when he had a lacrosse stick in his hand. He was an outstanding long-stick midfielder at Sachem High School and was a varsity player and captain at SUNY-Oneonta.

Jason was an early coach and supporter of the Bronxville Youth Lacrosse Association (BYLA) and was active in the program for many years. His involvement in the program began as a coach to his daughter Briana's team and continued as his sons, Ryan and Dylan, and daughter, Caleigh, moved through the program. As a coach, Jason brought out the best in his players. He stressed the importance of hard work and helped them develop their full potential. Above all, he taught them to have fun playing the sport he loved. He truly made a difference in the lives of Bronxville's children and he will be missed by many who knew him well.

Tim Horgan, boys' varsity lacrosse coach at Bronxville High School, had this to say about some of the boys whom Jason coached early on:  "The current group of Bronxville juniors is not only one of the most talented groups to have come through the program, but also one of the hardest working group of boys that I have ever coached. Their work ethic and knowledge of the game is due in no small part to Coach Alberghine's dedication to ensuring that they played the game correctly and with maximum effort every time they stepped onto the field."

Guy Corcoran, chairman emeritus of BYLA, said, "Jason's deep knowledge of the game, his enormous time commitment, and obvious passion for lacrosse took our program to a level it otherwise would have not achieved. The young girls coached by Jason grew into Bronxville High School's first great team of girls' lacrosse players. These girls produced our first Section 1 Championship, made a first run to the New York State semifinals, and gave us some of our earliest Division 1 recruits. None of that would have happened without Jason Alberghine."

Jason's untimely death left a big void in his family. Over the past few weeks, the Bronxville community has been extremely generous in its emotional and financial support. The Alberghine family wishes to thank their friends and neighbors for their kindness, compassion, and many donations.
 

 

     


by posted 08/24/2016
BYLA - College Roster

Bronxville Youth Lacrosse Association players who went on to play in college or are currently committed to do so.   

 

32 boys and 12 girls and includes at least half of the lacrosse programs in each of the Ivies, NESCACs, ACC, Big Ten, and Big East.  A very impressive list of both players and schools. Congrats!

 

 

Boys:

 

Class of 2009

Mack von Mehren  - Williams College, team captain – High School Hudson Valley Empire Team

 

Class of 2010

Joe Wood -  Washington & Lee - NCAA All American

Chris Walsh -  Wesleyan College

Taylor Paul  - Colorado College

 

Class of 2011

Jack Near - Notre Dame, team captain -  High School and 2 time NCAA All American, NCAA Championship, MLL Lacrosse collegiate draft first round pick 2015

Charlie McCormick - Georgetown- High School all American, Big East All Conference Team

Luke Dutton -- Trinity

Billy Casperson -- Hamilton

 

Class of 2012

Gibbs Lilly  - Bates College

Andrew Walsh -  University of Maryland, NCAA tournament, NCAA Tournament Championship

Jack Harris - Trinity College

 

Class of 2013

Jack Grass - Johns Hopkins University – 2 time High School All American, NCAA Tournament

Brewster Warble -  Brown University -  Ivy League Champion, NCAA Tournament

Aaron Srebnik - Skidmore College

Dominic Massimillion -  Cornell University - Ivy League Champion, NCAA Tournament

 

Class of 2014

Owen Jones  - Yale University, NCAA Tournament

Matt Behrens - Georgetown University

Declan Borcich  - Tufts - NCAA DIII Champion

Will Duncan  - Providence College

Henry Lilly -  Holy Cross

Ben Shiveley - Wesleyan College

 

Class of 2015

Ted Forst  - Yale University

Liam Lynch - Fairfield University

Charlie Tarry - Princeton University - High School All American

Henry Grass - Johns Hopkins University -  High School All American, Under Armour All American

 

Class of 2016

Andrew Harwood  - Colorado College

Reilly Walsh  - (Brunswick) Duke University - High School All American

Jack Gelinas -  Bucknell University

Ralph Chrappa – Princeton University

 

Class of 2017

Brendan Forst -  Harvard University commit

Ara Atayan  - UNC commit

 

Class of 2018

Griffen Gelinas – (Brunswick) Syracuse commit


 

Girls:

 

Class of 2012

Grace Mcvey  - (Choate) Colby College

Margaret Pascale - Washington and Lee

Serena Jones - Denison University

 

Class of 2013

Alina Atayan  - Marquette University

Lindsey Hannau - Washington and Lee

 

Class of 2014

Gretchen Richter  - Bucknell University, All Patriot Team

 

Class of 2015

Brianna Alberghine -  Denison University

 

Class of 2016

Lilly Grass  - Michigan - High School All American

 

Class of 2017

Beth Finley - U Penn commit

Ellie Walsh  - Cornell University commit

Mason Warble  - Brown University commit


 


by posted 01/04/2016
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