Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/16/14
Have you wondered what it’s like to play Division I lacrosse? Do you have an eye on playing at that level for the chance to be playing on Memorial Day?
Before you get the chance to play for an NCAA title, find out what life as a Division I lacrosse player is like. The Philly Boys Showcase Camp, being held from June 30-July 2, at Saint Joseph’s University’s pristine campus, offers an eye-opening experience for those looking to find out what it’s all about.
It’s awfully tough to match up with the Showcase Camp’s coaching staff. The Camp is co-directed by D-1 head coaches in Peter Lawrence (Hartford University) and Taylor Wray (Saint Joseph’s University) and will host assistant coaches from the likes of the following schools: Bryant University, Boston University, Drexel University, University of Michigan, Rutgers University, Sacred Heart University, University of North Carolina, University of Vermont and Loyola University.
The Showcase Camp features college-style practices, a recruiting seminar, a speed training workout, a box lacrosse infusion clinic, film analysis and culminates with the Fab 40 All-Star Game. Campers leave better educated about both the on and off-field lives of college players and learn about the college recruitment process, NCAA rules, strength training and nutrition.
Limited spots are still available, so make sure to grab your spot by signing up at showcaselacrosse.com. For more information, contact Showcase Director Brett Manney via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit us on Twitter (@NXT_Showcase) and Facebook (facebook.com/nxtshowcaselacrosse).
Here’s a video of last year’s Fab 40 All-Star game at the Showcase Camp.