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American Indoor Lacrosse offering training for college players beginning this week at Bucksmont and United Sports

Sunday, 10th June 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Events, Training, Posted 6/10/12

It is no secret the impact the Canadian Box Lacrosse players are having on the NCAA Collegiate lacrosse scene. Canadian-born players litter the top 10 in scoring year in and year out.

As kids they grow up playing indoor box lacrosse and develop sharper skills than our own U.S. youth players. It is time that we take advantage and learn these skills from the best. Come learn with your peers and college players Joey Sankey (Penn Charter, North Carolina) and Bobby Hill (Malvern Prep, Virginia), to name just a few.

American Indoor Lacrosse is offering training sessions for college players, run by Johnny Mouradian, Head Coach of the Philadelphia Wings, and Steven Holmes, current Wings and Denver Outlaw player.

Sessions start this week at BucksMont in Hatfield (every Tuesday for 8 weeks) and United Sports (every Wednesday for 8 weeks). To register, go to at


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