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LB3 holding tryouts for 2013 teams in classes of 2018 through 2022 at Germantown Academy

Monday, 3rd September 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, Events, Tryouts, Posted 9/3/12

LB3 Lacrosse will hold tryouts for the summer 2013 teams at Germantown Academy’s Sisters Fields on Sunday, September 30.

The new teams will adopt a grade-pure format – teams for (current) 7th grade (2018 graduation year), 6th grade (2019’s), 5th grade (2020’s) and combined 3rd/4th graders (2021/2022) will be selected from the tryouts and extended evaluations.

Players selected will be invited to participate in 2 fall tournaments – Saturday, 10/13 Fall Brawl at Franklin & Marshall College and Saturday/Sunday, 11/17-18 Philly Fever Fall Tournament at Germantown Academy.

JP Banks, Executive Director of LB3 Pennsylvania looks forward to a strong year for the program: “We are committed to continued improvement at LB3. The focus is on creating an environment that fosters healthy growth for all of our players – skill development, game knowledge and most importantly, fostering a lifelong love for lacrosse. Revising team structure will allow kids to play in a tighter format and more closely model the levels we offer in our Phillie Elite HS teams.”

Additional Information, including registration for tryouts, is located on the LB3 Lacrosse website: – on the LB3 Pennsylvania page.

LB3 Lacrosse is a proud member of NSCLA, the National Scholastic Club Lacrosse Association, is the premier association of teaching/recruiting lacrosse clubs in North America. Comprised of 16 clubs, members include: Philly Elite (LB3 HS teams), Baltimore Crabs, Long Island Express, Edge Elite, CNY Roadhawks, Leading Edge, Roughriders and Madlax (among others). NSCLA sponsors three events annually in a “members-only format” that are among the best attended events – typically attracting 100+ college coaches.

More details about LB3 Lacrosse and Phillie Elite Lacrosse are available on Facebook and Twitter (@phillielitelax).


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