Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/1/13
The Main Line Lacrosse Club is has announced an additional high school tryout date for the 2013-14 club lacrosse season. The tryout will take place on Monday, October 14th at Villanova Stadium on the Villanova University campus.
Attendance for tryouts will cost $30 and can be paid online at www.mainlinelacrosseclub.com. A walk-up fee of $45 will be charged if a player has not registered online prior to October 14th.
If accepted into the club, tuition for the 2013-14 season will be $1,650 and includes tournament fees, uniforms, practices and coach’s salaries.
The tryout is open and youth players have the opportunity to play up on the high school team if selected.
2013-14 Main Line Lacrosse Club Tryout Dates and Times
Monday, October 14th – Villanova Stadium Turf
6:00-8:00pm – High School Team (HS Graduation Years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
*All high school aged players must live within 50 miles of Villanova University (800 E. Lancaster Ave, Villanova, Pa.19085) to tryout due to NCAA rules and regulations.
About Main Line Lacrosse Club
The Main Line Lacrosse Club is a third-year club program based out of Villanova University directed, managed and instructed by professional NCAA Division I, III and the area’s best high school coaches. The focus and primary goal of the Main Line Lacrosse Club is to provide the highest form of education by current boy’s and men’s lacrosse coaches to each individual member as part of a year-round development program.
The club provides expert instruction and guidance for each member in four key areas: position related skills, fitness, lacrosse IQ and, for our high school players, recruiting. Most importantly, our staff provides a fun and competitive environment to learn and develop as both lacrosse players and overall athletes. For the 2013-14 year, players will participate in over 25 sessions of practice and additional summer tournaments as they work towards their individual and team goals.
Combined, our coaching staff has mentored 44 All-American’s, appeared in 14 NCAA Tournaments, won 14 conference championship titles, earned 10 conference coach of the year honors, one Pennsylvania Coach of the Year honor and owns an impressive .711 collegiate winning percentage. We know what it takes to succeed and how to develop top-notch high school and collegiate players.