Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/14/16
Registration is open for the Warrior Diamond Showcase for boys in the Classes of 2017 to 2020 on Nov. 19 at St. Paul’s School in Brandlandville, MD.
Warrior Diamond Showcase
Location of tournament: St. Paul’s School, 11152 Falls Rd, Brooklandville, MD 21022
Date of tournament: Saturday Nov 19, 2016
Key info for tournament: The Warrior Diamond Showcase is the ideal recruiting opportunity for the well-rounded student athlete that hopes find the right fit to play in college. Top Coaches from DI, II, III will be there to recruit and coach the participants, as well as provide off-the-field seminars for parents and players. The entire event takes place over three adjacent fields to ensure optimal exposure to the college coaches in attendance.
Registation link: http://alohatournaments.leagueapps.com/pages/diamondshowcase
Fees: $275 per player
The Warrior Diamond Showcase is one of the longest running fall recruiting showcases in the country. This is the ideal recruiting opportunity for the well-rounded student athlete that hopes to excel on the field and in the classroom in college. Directors put an emphasis not only on top lacrosse programs and also top academic schools in the DI, DII, and DIII levels. Space are limited and registrations will be accepted on a first come basis.
The showcase is held on the turf fields at St. Paul’s School near Baltimore. This event provides a better value than your average college prospect day because you will have the opportunity to play for and get coached by several coaches at different college levels during the day. The showcase features positional clinics and coaching seminars from college coaches. Parents will also have the opportunity to learn about the recruiting process directly from the college coaches.
Tournament website link: http://alohatournaments.com/event/diamondshowcase
Other key info: Coach Bill Dwan, the Associate Head Coach from Johns Hopkins University will speak about Division I recruiting process. Renowned Strength and Conditioning Coach Jay Dyer from JHU will open the day with a stretch and training session. Coach Dyer will be available to answer strength and conditioning questions from parents and players during his seminar.