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Girls’ high school, middle school tryouts to be held for National Lacrosse Classic & Academy on June 3 at Germantown Academy

Sunday, 27th May 2012

Categories Clinics, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Recruiting, Tournaments, Youth, Posted 5/27/12

Upper Atlantic region (Philadelphia and its surrounding area) tryouts will be held for the Brine National Lacrosse Classic for high school girls and the National Lacrosse Academy for Middle School girls on Sunday, June 3 at Germantown Academy.

The Brine National Lacrosse Classic will be held from June 30-July 3 at the Maryland Sportsplex in Boyds, Md.

The details:

What: National Lacrosse Classic

Where: Germantown Academy

When: Sunday June 3rd

Times: Middle School Tryout- 9:00-11:00
High School Tryout- 11:00- 2:00

Coaches: Colleen Magarity (All-American at Germantown Academy and Northwestern University)
Nora McGurkin (standout at Penn Charter, La Salle University)

The National Lacrosse classic for high school girls offers: student-athletes with an opportunity to gain exposure to the college admissions and athletic recruitment process through a highly-organized tournament with players from all over the country. Regional events for high school girls are open to all high school underclassmen players entering grades 10,11 and 12 next fall that want to gain the attention of NCAA college lacrosse coaches.

The National Lacrosse Academy for Middle School girls offers: student-athletes in middle school (currently in grades 8,7 & 6) with an opportunity to test their playing skills and capability in a well-structured, unbiased format, conducted by lacrosse coaches, against other middle school players from a wide geographic area. This competitive process, referred to a regional event, provides players, parents and coaches with a fundamental benchmark needed to measure ability and capacity important in the successful transition from middle school to high school.

Registration Information and Details on the Tournament can be located by clicking here:



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