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Updated listing of Philly girls’ lacrosse events: Clinics, leagues, tournaments

Saturday, 3rd September 2016

Categories Clinics, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Leagues, Tournaments, Training, Posted 9/3/16


Coach Duck’s Sunday Fall League, at five locations: Agnes Irwin-GA-Harriton-Henderson-Maple Zone
Individuals and Teams Welcome, High School Full Field
Youth and Club Teams
Individuals Welcome!
Register at . E-mail coachducklacrosse@gmail.comgirls events

Fall Tournaments

The 3rd Annual ‘Stoga 5v5 Lax Fest on Oct. 9 at Conestoga High School. This event is open to teams/girls in Grades 5-9.
Save the date for the 3rd Annual ‘Stoga 5v5 Lax Fest , which will feature youth clinic sessions and an afternoon of small-sided round robin games for girls in multiple age groups and brackets — all played in a competitive, participatory 5v5 format. Registration will open later this week; sign up and take advantage of the “early bird” discount. The event, organized and hosted by Conestoga Girls’ Lacrosse, promises to attract several dozen teams from the Greater Philadelphia area. The Lax Fest will be staged in a fun and festive setting with contests, skills competition, food, refreshments, vendors, prizes and other activities!
The event will help raise money for the Fighting Back Scholarship Program and its Peter Kienzle Fund in particular. Fighting Back is an organization based in Malvern that assists individuals who are recovering from a life-changing illness or injury and are without the finances needed to participate in a rehabilitative exercise program.
Interested sponsors are invited to support the event. Click here for more information about sponsorship, the Pete Kienzle Fund and the Fighting Back Scholarship Program.
Eligibility:This event is open to girls in Grades 5-9 (i.e., Graduation Years 2020-2024). Township programs, clubs, coaches and parent promoters are encouraged to sign-up as many teams as interest permits. “A” and “B” brackets will be available (subject to level of interest) to enable teams to choose the appropriate level of competition. The event is also open to individuals who are not on a team but would like to experience the increasingly popular 5v5 format as members of “house teams” coached by members of the Conestoga girls’ varsity lacrosse team and/or volunteer coaches.
Team/Player Registration: Visit to register.
• Programs directors/coaches – Set up an account (retain your User ID and Password to access your team information), and indicate the name of the team, the age group and the level.
• Players on any given team will also need to register once the team is signed-up; players will be able to select their team from a drop down list to join that team’s roster. All players must be current members of US Lacrosse.
• Individual players interested in attending the clinic and joining the fast-paced 5v5 fun (including goalies) can register and join the fun on “house teams.” NO WALK UP REGISTRATIONS CAN BE ACCEPTED.

Brandywine Classic, Oct. 29-30, at the Delaware Sports Complex, Middletown, DE. Run by Victory Events. Divisions: – HIGH SCHOOL | 2017/18, 2019, 2020 (SUNDAY)
  – YOUTH | 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024/25 (SATURDAY)
Registration here by October 15
FOUR (4) Games Guaranteed; 22 minute running halves. Championship Format.


Blue Ox Lacrosse Women’s Fall Training, Main Line Sports Center, Berwyn. The training is led by instructors Theresa Giunta and Austin Kaut. Two age sessions available.
Middle School Training – Tuesday’s September 27th – November 1st; Time: 5:30 – 7 PM; Ages: Grad Years 2021’s – 2023’s; Cost: $350
High School Training – When: Tuesday’s September 27th – November 1st; Time: 7 – 8:30PM; Ages: Grad Years 2017’s – 2020’s; Cost: $350
Register at:
Any questions, please email or call us at Blue Ox Lacrosse 610.640.1420 or

Blue Ox Sport Psychology Mental Performance Training, Tuesdays, Sept. 27-Nov. 1. The clinics are open to boys and girls of all ages and will feature Theresa Giunta, MS, Mental Performance Coach. The mission of Your Limitless Mind, Mental Performance training is to aid athletes in their lacrosse development by using the skills learned on the field to build confident, team oriented and mentally tough individuals. The program will help players gain resilience and recovery from mistakes with a “never give up” attitude, confidence, enhance focus and maintain focus in the present moment, develop effective communication skills, the ability to cope in high pressure situations and work effectively with teammates: all skills that are essential to becoming a mentally strong and LIMITLESS lacrosse player. The goal is to inspire and empower players to reach their full potential both on and off the playing field using mental skills training.
The 6-week program includes sessions geared towards goal setting, awareness, growth from mistakes, communication, pressure and playing your roll on the field.
When: 830-9pm immediately following lacrosse training


ULTIMATE JUMP training series by Ultimate Lacrosse, forr all 2017 an 2018 girls. ULTIMATE JUMP is open to any 2017 Committed and Uncommitted player who wants to pursue the next level of lacrosse, as well as any 2018 Committed or Uncommitted player who wants to add to their normal club season. ULTIMATE JUMP has been designed to specifically maximize each player’s individual growth as an athlete so that the transition to college is seamless. Our program will JUMP start your college career by providing an intense lacrosse development from top to bottom to make you the complete player. We will integrate speed, agility, strength & conditioning training that is specific to the needs of each athlete.
BENEFITS: Elite training in a small group environment to maximize skill development for each player; Physical preparation for a smooth transition to the college level: Strength Training and Injury Prevention; Non-Traditional Conditioning Methods: Learn Muay Thai Kickboxing-great for hand eye coordination and cardiovascular conditioning; Mental preparation; Confidence training by Brave Enterprises specifically designed for young women and taught by elite college and World Champion player Crista Samaras (Princeton 99); Weekly Blog Topics: Video Demonstrations for lifting techniques, speed/agility etc.; Implementation of incoming college programs for individuals
PROGRAMMING: Physical Training from September 11, 2016 – August 10, 2017. Programming created for each season. (6-8 week detailed programs) and 1-2 in person sessions per month until summer when training increases to 2 x per week integrated into practices.
*Lacrosse Training: 35 sessions spread throughout each season with a buildup for summer 2017; Summer 2017 pick up games; BYB (confidence) Training: Quarterly
LOCATIONS: PA: Germantown Academy, Plymouth Whitemarsh, Maple Zone; NJ: Stuart Country Day School
Click here to register

Youth clinics

1st Start Lacrosse, for boys and girls aged 4 to 7 in the Delaware County area, is a program where the basics to the game are broken down and taught in a fun and exciting environment. Coaches are all former players who are now educators in the Philly area who have an extreme passion for the game. 1st Start features a 6-week program on Sundays starting September 24 where each session will be 60 minutes long. Lacrosse sticks (plastic) will be provided at every session along with a 1st Start STARTer pack, where each child will receive a 1st Start T-Shirt, Sweatband, and Sticker! There will be 2 different 1st Start locations this fall Sabold Elementary School in Springfield (Delaware County) and Swarthmore College.
Make your child’s 1st Start at lacrosse one they will NEVER forget!!
To register please go to
Any questions about the program please contact John Bodnar at

Winter showcases

Frozen 150, by Victory Events, Dec. 30 at Maplezone Sports Institute, Garnet Valley, PA. GRADUATION YEARS; 2018, 2019, 2020. Taking place INDOORS,this one-day event will give the Top Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior players (2018, 2019, & 2020) in the country an opportunity to demonstrate their talents in front of premier college lacrosse programs while learning new techniques and skills that they can apply to their game.
The Frozen 150 Showcase is centered around three main components: 1. Instructional Clinic: In two different 75-minute sessions, players will participate in position-specific training led by NCAA college coaches from some of the nation’s top programs; 2. Recruiting Q&A: Immediately following lunch, athletes will sit down and   listen to a panel of Division I, II and III coaches provide insight into the recruiting process. This will be a 30 minute moderated session; 3. Showcase Games: Players will be rostered on predetermined and equally balanced teams according to their graduation year and position. Each team will play three 45 minute games in front of college coaches in an intimate and competitive environment. Click here to register.


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