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Registration open for @HEADstrongLC Quaker tryouts July 16 at Radnor

Sunday, 15th July 2018

Categories Boy's/Men's, Club, Events, Tryouts  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/15/18

HEADstrong Quakers Lacrosse Club is excited to announce the first round of tryouts for the 2018-2019 season. The club will hold tryouts to evaluate prospective players on Monday, July 16th at Radnor High School from 5-6:30pm (2023-2026) and 6:30-8pm (2020-2022).

Tryouts will be run by the HEADstrong Quakers staff, consisting of Division I and Division III college coaches from the Philadelphia area.

Click here to register

About HEADstrong Quakers
It is a club that prioritizes three things above all else:

· Coaching: All of our teams are lead by a College Coach, ensuring that players are given the best instruction possible, and giving our older boys a leg up in the recruiting process.

· Improvement: With great coaching comes improvement, and we want our boys to focus on the process of becoming a better lacrosse player rather than short-term shortcuts to win at the expense of improvement.

· Fun: Lacrosse is the best sport out there, and it should be FUN. We believe that as long as players are working hard, getting excellent coaching and having fun, they’ll want to play this game for a long time and reach their potential.

Everything HEADstrong does supports the HEADstrong Foundation and its goal to support families affected by cancer, and it always wants to represent the Foundation with the highest quality people and families we can!

About the Year-Round Program

Fall
· Season starts October 1st and runs through mid-November
· “Training Camp” to kick-off the Fall
· 6-8 practices
· One Fall Event

Winter
· No MANDATORY training, allowing multi-sport athletes to focus on their other sports
· Opt-in option for 6-week Winter Training Program hosted by UPenn Staff in their NCAA Regulation Indoor Bubble

Spring
· No MANDATORY training
· Opt-in Option for 4-week Spring Training Program hosted at Franklin Field/Penn Park by the UPenn coaching staff.

Summer
· “Training Camp” to open the Summer (consisting of 4 sessions over a weekend)
· 8 Additional Practices
· 3 External Events (with a focus on recruiting for our older teams)

Coaching Staff
Mike Murphy, UPenn Head Coach
Dave Page, UPenn Assistant Coach
Ryan Danehy, UPenn Assistant/NY Lizards O-Coordinator
Jamie Lockard, Widener Univ Head Coach
Brendan Dawson, Haverford College Head Coach
Logan Duffie, Widener University Assistant Coach
Ian Moore, Ursinus College Assistant Coach

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