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.@MSI_Lacrosse hosting Evolve All-World Box Lacrosse Academy with top coaches on June 20-23 for college, HS, youth boys

Saturday, 7th May 2016

Categories Box lacrosse, Boy's/Men's, Camps, College, Events, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/7/16

Registration is open for the All-World Box Lacrosse Academy on June 20-23 at Maple Zomne Sports Institute in Garnet Valley, PA

The camp is open for college players through youth (2025 is youngest) and will feature box instruction from the top box players in the world.Box infusion

All-World Box Lacrosse Academy details:

For more info: www.allworldlaxacademy.com
To register: Click here at Maplezonesportsinstitute.com and access the lacrosse tab and All-World Box Lacrosse and choose age class

CAMP INFORMATION
YOUTH Full Day (2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025) $395.00
Half Day (2026, 2027) $285.00
HIGH SCHOOL Full Day (SV & JV) $395.00
COLLEGE Evening Training $245.00
Location: Maple Zone Sports Institute (Indoors, Garnet Valley, PA) and Maple Zone Sports Village, (outside, nearby Aston)

SPACES ARE LIMITED, Register ASAP!

We aren’t teaching you how to play box lacrosse! We are teaching you Canadian box lacrosse individual skills and tactics that will make you succesful on the field

Head Instructors:
JOHN GRANT JR
NLL: Colorado Mammoth
MLL: Denver Outlaws
MSL: Peterborough Lakers
International: Team Canada
NCAA: University of Delaware

TRACEY KELUSKY
NLL: Philadelphia Wings
MSL: Peterborough Lakers
MLL: Rochester Rattlers- Retired
International: Team Canada
NCAA: University of Hartford

KYLE SORENSEN
NLL: Vancouver Stealth
MLL: Toronto Nationals – Retired
MSL: Peterborough Lakers
International: Team Canada
NCAA: Bellarmine University

ANDREW SUITOR
NLL: Minnesota Swarm
MSL: Peterborough Lakers
NCAA: RIT

ALL PRO STAFF
Adam Jones Current NLL Colorado Mammoth – Canisus
Jason Crosby Retired NLL (10 Years)
Robert Hope Current NLL Colorado Mammoth – Pfeiffer University
Mike Accursi Retired NLL (16 Years) Player – Msl And Nll Coach
Jamie Batley Retired Pro – 8 Year Coach/Gm Nll – Umbc
Kevin Brownell Current NLL – Buffalo Bandits – Robert Morris
Matt Crough Current NLL – New England – Dowling
Shawn Williams Current NLL Toronto Rock – Team Canada Field
Kiel Matisz Current NLL Minessota Swarm – Robert Morris

WHY ATTEND AN ALL WORLD BOX LACROSSE ACADEMY CAMP?
Concentrated Focus Points
* Understanding the Pick and Roll-Traditional pick, Back Door pick, Front Door pick, Seals/Screens
* Secrets of Scoring –Inside shooting, Deceptive shooting, Time and Room, Traffic shooting
* Effective Positioning-With ball, Adjacent, Off ball
* Cutting for a Purpose-Effective I Cuts, V Cuts, C Cuts, Moving/Shuffling into space
* Dynamic Traffic Play-Crease Play, Threat with and without the ball Fundamental Skill development- Players will practice the lacrosse skills (passing, catching, shooting, running,) associated with the focal points. The idea is that through repetition players will be able to practice the many fundamentals that go into a desired skill. This can be defined as something as simple as stick protection or something as complex to proper body movements and footwork.
*Individual Skill Development- Similar to fundamental skill development this type of development focuses on an individual’s particular skill development. However this type of development is often built upon and associated with the graduation of fundamental skills. No longer is it just passing and catching but rather passing
and catching with a defender and when time and space is taken away. Individual skills will be identified and practised in conjunction with fundamental skills.
*Individual Tactical Play- The emphasis is to allow all players an opportunity to gain an individual tactical synopsis of the five concentrated focus points. The concentrated focus points in this particular circumstance essential will build off each other and will add value for a player’s individual tactical development in the
offensive zone. In short, the demonstration will explain and break down individual principles and tactics. In conjunction, defensive players also gain individual tactical development by understanding the “mind of an offensive player”. Furthermore defensive principles are demonstrated and defined.


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