On Demand: FCIAC Girls Lacrosse – Darien at Ridgefield

The HAN Network will be broadcasting live from Ridgefield High School as the Tigers host the Darien Blue Wave in FCIAC girls lacrosse on Tuesday, April 10 at 4:00 pm.

Our free live broadcast has ended. You can watch the game on demand here.

The HAN Network will be broadcasting live from Tiger Hollow as the Ridgefield Tigers host the Darien Blue Wave in FCIAC girls lacrosse on Tuesday, April 10 at 4 p.m.

You can watch the HAN Network’s live pregame show at 3:50 p.m. Then watch the game live at HAN.Network, or on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Chs. 600/1600).

Our free live broadcast has ended. You can watch the game on demand here.


Click here to watch the Ridgefield Tigers host the Greenwich Cardinals in FCIAC boys lacrosse at 6 p.m.

This is a rematch of the 2017 FCIAC girls lacrosse championship that saw Darien take home the title with a 17-7 victory over Ridgefield.

The Darien Blue Wave enters Tiger Hollow having won its first two games of the season, beating St. Joseph, 12-3, and Ridgewood, N.J., 12-10. The Blue Wave led by head coach Lisa Lindley, who enters her 25th season, celebrated her 400th win last season and has another roster loaded with talent.

The Blue Wave will be led by four senior captains who have shown strong leadership so far this season. The four senior captains this year include, All-American Emma Jaques, a three-year starting midfielder, Christine Fiore, an all-state attack who scored a hat trick and was named MVP in the Blue Wave’s 13-10 win over Wilton in the state final. Rounding out the senior leaders are midfielder Katie Ramsay, a second-team all-state choice, and attack Kendall Wisinski.

The Ridgefield Tigers return home to take on the defending champions with a 2-1 overall record. The Tigers defeated St. Joseph 11-3, Norwalk 15-3, but are coming off a 20-10 loss to Greenwich. The Tigers are led by head coach Cece Burger, who saw the girls lacrosse program make a big leap as they defeated New Canaan in last season’s FCIAC semifinal, 14-11.

A reason this program has seen recent success is because of Caroline Curnal, who was named a captain in her final season in a Tigers uniform. Curnal who was named All-FCIAC and All-State last season and will look to lead the Tigers back to FCIAC title game in 2018.

Frank Granito and Kevin Coleman will be on the call.

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