Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 9/28/16
From Press Release
Registration is open for the inaugural Passport Alliance/National 175 Last of the Titans DIII Showcase on Sunday, Oct. 23 at The Shipley School.
The event is for a limited number of players in the classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019 that seek to play in Division III schools. The event will be held on two side-by-side turf fields. Once the spots are filled, you will be placed onto a wait list.
The Last of the Titans DIII Showcase is your opportunity to get ahead of the competition and be seen by over 40 DIII college coaches in an intimate, side-by-side, 2 turf-field setting. You will be coached in games directly by DIII College Coaches. In addition to the on-field experience, you will also have the opportunity to get information from the coaches about their programs and their schools. Get ready to develop your game, gain exposure and learn what the Division III student-athlete experience is all about!
Link to register: https://natinvite175.sportngin.com/register/form/480209183
“This TITAN D-3 Event brought to you by NAT 175 and the Passport Alliance is yet another Great Exposure and Can’t Miss Event coming to the Philly Marketplace that will allow for Recognition and Exposure for players in the Highly Competitive D-3 College Arena. I Urge uncommitted players from across the Region to take advantage of this Tremendous Opportunity that Allows you to be seen in front of a Host of Leading D-3 College programs. Don’t Miss out on this Great event that is sure to give you that Edge you need to find a College Home in advance of the Highly competitive November Recruiting Window.” – Coach Ebe Helm, Director of Duke’s Lacrosse Club
“With the launch of the Passport Alliance’s DIII Showcase we have an event that will be held at Shipley School on 2 side by side turf fields creating a sensational environment for maximizing exposure for players and college coaches alike. Nowhere in the showcase circuit will you find a venue that gives the coaches and players the consistent visibility that will allow the expected high volume of college coaches a great opportunity to evaluate this special group of players.”
– Jeff Brameier, Head Coach of Nationally Ranked Darien HS and Founder/Director of Ct Chargers