Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/10/16
The Third annual Kip Taviano 10ve Lacrosse Celebration will be held on Saturday, June 4 at the Concord Township Municipal Center.
The event, in conjunction with the Brandywine Youth Club, celebrates the life of former Haverford School and Garnet Valley youth player Kip Taviano, who died in a car accident on May 28, 2013. Kip, who passed away at 18, just before graduating from The Haverford School where he was a popular member of the lacrosse team and a recruited player for the first team at Furman University. Kip also played lacrosse for Brandywine Youth Club and his father, Jim, was a longtime coach there.
Boys morning clinic – being lead by Mike Murphy – University of Pennsylvania Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach. Brian Dougherty will be coaching a Goalie Clinic during the morning. Many college players will also be on hand to help with the boys and girls clinic.
Girls morning clinic – being lead by Josie Ferri – Head Coach The Episcopal Academy and Director Philly Blast Lacrosse Club.
All registered boys and girls for the morning clinic will also receive a #10ve tee-shirt. Clinic ages 7 years old through 7th grade.
Schedule of events http://www.10ve.net/Event
We will also be collecting old lacrosse equipment to donate to Young Quakers.
This events helps us raise funds for the Kip Taviano Scholarship Fund at the Haverford School as well as share Kips #10ve of the game of lacrosse!
Registration is open http://www.10ve.net
8am – Youth Registration
8:30am -Youth Clinic
10:05am – Youth Team Games
12:15pm – Dedication
1:00pm – Mens Alumni Game
2:00pm – Girls Alumni Game
3:00pm – HS Boys
4:00pm – HS Girls