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Registration remains open for @SJUHawks_MLAX Holiday Clinics at @MSI_Elite on Dec. 29

Monday, 19th December 2016

Categories Boy's/Men's, Clinics, Events, Youth, Posted 12/19/16

Registration is open for the St. Joseph’s University Men’s Lacrosse Holiday Clinics for boys in Grades K to 8 on Dec. 29. The clinics feature two options – the Sharpshooter Camp and a Dominating Defense & Goalie Clinic.sju

Key Info:
Ages: K-8th Grade (Players of all experience levels are welcome)
Date: Thursday, December 29th, 2016
Time: 9:00am-11:30am
Price: $69 plus 3% cc processing fee
Location: Maplezone Sports Institute (1451 Conchester Hwy, Garnet Valley, PA 19061)

The Hawks Holiday Clinics give young lacrosse players the opportunity to develop their fundamentals and help build better lacrosse IQ. This will give them the necessary tools to be a more complete player going forward into the spring season. Whether your son plays goalie, defense, midfield or attack, they will have the opportunity to learn firsthand from a Division 1 coaching staff what it takes to be a well-rounded player. This will be a fantastic, learning intensive clinic so don’t miss your chance to participate!

The Two options:

This clinic will focus on teaching and developing the different fundamental movements of shooting; catch and shoot, hitch and go, shooting on the run, inside shooting, and more! The goal is to provide each clinic participant a substantial number of repetitions and attention from the Saint Joseph’s University coaching staff.

Price: $69 plus 3% cc processing fee

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Here we build each camper from the ground up. Starting with the basics of stance, footwork, angles and mobility, we then progress to stick-work, ground ball play, outlets and proper communication. If you want to dominate the defensive end this spring – this clinic is for you!

Price: $69 plus 3% cc processing fee

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