The Old School Lacrosse Club has a few remaining positions for its 2016, 2017, and 2018 teams for the Summer 2015 season. Check Old School’s “Tryout” page for available positions and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a supplemental tryout or information on how to become a part of the club. Old School players have the opportunity to participate in a fall season based on evaluations(2017/18). Interested players must register online prior to the tryout (Old School Registration), cost is $35. Old School coaches have played at the highest levels and support the “teach first” mission of the club, that is why Coach Nostrant selected some of the best teaching coaches in the region as well as select college players who support our mission. We are a player centered club in which each player is given the opportunity to excel athletically and academically in order to be prepared for the next level of their playing career while having a realistic picture of where they fit in the college scene. You may contact Bob DiIonno at email@example.com for more information.
HEADstrong North 2020 Lacrosse Team has openings for the 2015 summer season. If interested please contact Coach Leahy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Why HEADstrong Lacrosse? Purpose over Profit: The inaugural HEADstrong North season had over 200 young men tryout to make a difference in the fight against cancer – raising close to $10,000. This year added another 200 candidates and an additional $10,000. The selected high school, 2018, 2019, 2020-21 teams added to this amount. HEADstrong Lacrosse plays high level lacrosse to make a difference! Click to learn more: HEADstrong Foundation
Lehigh Valley Outlaws Lacrosse Club. Registration is now open for our Summer 2015 travel tournament teams with tryouts being held on Saturday and Sunday, October 18-19, for our U11, U13 and U15 travel tournament teams. The Lehigh Valley Outlaws Lacrosse Club has been the elite travel program in the Lehigh Valley area and surrounding community for the past 3 seasons and has expanded to becoming a year round program. CHECK-IN times will be 30 Min before your scheduled session and the program will be selecting 22-23 elite players for each of it’s teams.
ELITE COACHES – Former Division I, II and III Lacrosse players and coaches involved with the program along with previous players who are playing college currently. Coaches are selected from Kevin O’Neill (Program Director) and have included Charles Kelly (Malvern Prep/entering North Carolina in 2015) and Drew Schantz (Malvern Prep/entering Notre Dame in 2015).
We will be participating in several tournaments throughout the summer including our hosted events of LAXPALOOZA Mid Atlantic Regional Classic in Allentown, PA.
Details can be found at www.lvoutlawslax.com and registration must be completed online before participating in the tryout session. Please click on the following link for registration at: http://lvoutlawslax.com/registration/
The National Showcase, an elite boys’ recruiting event for players in the Class of 2016, 2017 and 2018, has opened its registration. The showcase, run by Victory Event Series and recent National Coach of the Year John Nostrant (Haverford School), will be held on Saturday, Nov. 1 at Avon Grove High School in West Grove. This one-day event will give the Top Freshman, Sophomore, and Juniors players in the country an opportunity to demonstrate their talents in front of premier college lacrosse programs while learning new techniques/skills that they can apply to their game. The National Showcase is centered around these unique main components:
Speed & Agility Drills; Instructional Player Clinic with College Coaches; Recruiting Q&A with Colleges; Showcase Games
This is an open registration event that will feature some of the best High School boys lacrosse players in the country. Coaches are welcome to refer players here who they feel would benefit from this elite experience.
For players who are interested in attending the National Showcase, please click here and fill out the registration form. Once you have registered the Victory Event Series staff will provide further information. Click here for the event website.
The Third Annual EVANFEST Lacrosse Banquet will be held on Thursday, Nov. 20 at Drexelbrook Catering in Drexel Hill. The event will feature big-name speakers and a program that fittingly honors a youth tournament and foundation in Evan Brady’s name that has raised over $800,000 in funds for families with children that have life-threatening diseases. Individual banquet tickets are $85; the event runs from, 6:30-9 p.m. Click here to purchase a ticket. The first hour of the program features an open open and time for attendees to mingle. This event is a celebration of the Philadelphia Lacrosse Community and its dedication to recognizing the many ways the community assists in helping people’s lives off the field as well as on the field. Evan Brady was a youth lacrosse standout who battled osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) for several years until passing away at the age of 19 in 2005. The eighth annual EVANFEST lacrosse festival will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Malvern Prep. EVANFEST draws more than 40 boys’ youth lacrosse teams in the U-15 and U-13 divisions. The Master of Ceremonies for the event again is Philly lacrosse standout goalie Brian Dougherty, the head coach at Chestnut Hill College and a recent inductee into the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame. The special guest speaker features legendary Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala. A special guest speaker will be Evan’s friend, Malvern Prep grad Chris Marcozzi, who overcame several serious illnesses and played goalie at Franklin and Marshall.
Schedule: 6:30PM – 7:30PM Open Bar; 7:30PM – 9:00 Sit Down Dinner & Speakers
Rippin’ Rope Lacrosse 6th Annual Fall Skills & Scrimmage Clinic 2014 at Hockessin Montessori School Turf field in Delaware. The clinics will be held over five weeks – Sundays, October 12, 19, 26 and November 2, 9 – from 10 to noon. It’s for boys and girls aged 7 to 15. The price is $50 for one session, $100 for two sessions, $125 for three sessions, $175 for four sessions and $200 for five sessions. All attendees receive a Rippin’ Rope t-shirt.
Players will be divided by age, ability and gender
Approximately 50 minutes of skills and drills, 70 minutes of scrimmages
Skill development and small coach:player ratio
Qualified local coaches
Clinic notes e-mailed after each session
Full player equipment needed
Certified physical trainer on site
Use Coupon Code: ‘faceoff’ for $25 off clinic fees. Register Online Today at www.rippinrope.com and for more information: email: email@example.com; phone: 302.377.5455
Malvern Prep Winter Middle School Indoor Lacrosse Skill Sessions. The Malvern Prep Winter Middle School Indoor Lacrosse Skill Sessions is open to all boys in grades 6 through 8. The eight, 90-minute sessions will be comprised of Box Skills and drills that are used by many of the top colleges and professional teams today.
Dates: December 6, 13, 20
January 10, 17, 24, 31
Times: 4:45-6:15 p.m.
Location: The Phelps School Field House, 583 Sugartown Road, Malvern, PA 19355. Cost: $275. Only 25 spots are available. Spots will not be held. Staff: Adam Mueller – Former Head Coach with the Philadelphia Wings and New York Titans (NLL); Todd MacFarlane – Assistant Varsity Lacrosse Coach, Malvern Preparatory School and former Anaheim Storm Player (NLL).
To register: 1) Please go to https://www.malvernprep.org/lacrosse/youthlacrosseclinicwinter
Harriton Boys’ Lacrosse Fall Youth Lacrosse Clinic, Sunday, October 19th from 1-3 pm., at the Harriton HS Turf Field – 600 N. Ithan Ave Rosemont, 19010, for boys from K-5th, What:Hour long basic skills clinic finishing up with scrimmages and a snack. Cost: $20 suggested donation – will be collected at the door (cash or check). Gear: Please come in full lacrosse gear including a cup and mouthpiece to play. If you are very new to the game, we will have special group – please come with a lacrosse stick (though we will have a few available!). Register:Go to www.harritonboyslacrosse.com to register no later than Saturday, October 18th. Walk-ins will be allowed on a space available basis.
Jordan Wolf Instructional Clinics, at Lower Merion High, Sunday, Nov. 2, for boys of all ages, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., hosted by Lower Merion Lacrosse. Position skills clinic with Jordan Wolf, David Lawson, and Mike Manley. Click here to register. *Please indicate your position when you register* Wolf Lacrosse is a one-of-a-kind lacrosse experience for young players that specializes on player positions and development. We have gathered some of the best players in the world to give young lacrosse players a competitive edge. At Wolf Lacrosse Clinics, you will improve your lacrosse IQ, skills, fundamentals, and work ethic through a highly structured and efficient lacrosse program. There is always room for improvement.
Lehigh Winter Elite Clinic: Saturday December 6. This clinic is designed for elite level high school players (H.S. class of ’17 & ’18) only. It will allow for the athlete to compete against top level competition while working with the Lehigh coaching staff and players. The day will start with small group positional skill work and progress into full field games. This is an ideal setting for the athletes to showcase their skill, athleticism and knowledge of lacrosse to the Lehigh coaching staff. The clinic experience allows for the athlete to experience Lehigh University. CLICK HERE for more information and to register.
ANC/Explosive Lacrosse Club Elite Lacrosse Clinic, Nov. 29, featuring Team USA defenseman and All-World Tucker Durkin. The clinic will be held at The Academy of New Church (ANC) from 10am to 2pm and will focus on position-specific professional instruction and live competition across all positions. The camp will cost $100 per player for the session.
Times: 4th-6th Grade 10-12pm; 7th-9th grade 12-2pm. Coaches: Tucker Durkin (defense), Team USA Defenseman, two-time All-American and Tewaaraton Trophy finalist at Johns Hopkins, two-time All-MLL Defenseman for Hamilton, two-time state champion at La Salle and Phillylacrosse.com Player of the Year (2009); Rob Forster (offense): Head coach Academy of the New Church, two-time All-State pick, All-American and 20014 state champion at La Salle, four-year starter at Penn State; Jack Forster (offense): Two-time All-American at La Salle, second all-time scorer at Penn State. Location:Academy Of the New Church Athletic Fields, 2775 Buck Road Bryn Athyn PA 19009. The clinic’s goal is to provide each participant with very unique, specialized instruction session focusing on the most critical aspects of each position with drills each athlete can take away and apply in their off season training. The camp will be divided up into several different segments with drill handouts given to each athlete following the camp. Players will be encouraged to incorporate these drills into their off season training. Coach can sit down and put together a list of drills that yield the greatest return in terms of overall player improvement. First, campers will engage in and learn a variety of non-contact technical position drills we feel are most beneficial. Following this segment, coaches will provide instruction into some live competitive drills where the offense and defense go against each other. The Link to the flyer and registration
Mike Poppleton and Drew Kennedy’s Faceoff Clinic, by current Johns Hopkins face-off standout Drew Kennedy (Malvern Prep) and former Hopkins star Mike Poppleton, Sunday, Nov. 30, 2-5 p.m., at Academy of the New Church, 2815 Benade Circle, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009. For Middle School and High School Players, Price: $100 early registration fee (Oct 30th); after Oct. 15, $120 registration fee. Register: http://maddoglax.com/face-off/
Fusion Futures year-round development instruction is a program designed by Fusion Lacrosse, for grades 3rd-6th. Futures mimics the Fusion Elite platform, with development and elite instruction at its core. Enrollment is OPEN. Key Futures differences (from elite) include; enrollment instead of tryouts and a few less tournaments than the Elite teams compete in. Enroll HERE. Schedule and details HERE
Here’s is what you are getting as a Fusion Future team member:
At least 50 hours of development with professional players Kevin Crowley (MLL, NLL, World games MVP) and Steven Holmes (MLL and NLL vet), and High School Coordinators Matt McCormick, Ryan Sankey, and Kevin Philibin. This staff among others works with your sons for every single hour of practice time.
Year-round experience: Futures participates in fall training and tournaments, winter training and tournaments, and summer training and tournaments.
Box Training:Fusion founders; Kevin Crowley and Steven Holmes, have nearly 15 years of professional box lacrosse experience between them. They are experts at teaching and utilizing the box game as a tremendous tool for outdoor success. Learning and developing the box game at a young age is crucial!
Maximum repetitions and proper developmental base: Fusion’s extensive experience has created an atmosphere of practicing and drills that are run at a college level pace yet are FUN for young players and breed a love for the game.
Mini-Camp format: Fusion players practice more, for longer! Check out our full schedule here:
ENROLLMENT OPTIONS: The program has already started but enrollment continues. Enrollment will continue until we reach capacity. LIMITED SPOTS REMAIN. October Next Practice Monday October 20th, first tournament Oct. 25th Brandywine Classic. November (If spots remain) Sign up at 10% off. ALL Fusion futures players that commit to our program will be invited back into the futures program if they are eligible. Don’t miss this opportunity!
The next session of the South Jersey Boys Box Lacrosse League will begin in late October in Mt. Laurel and Cherry Hill, SJBBLL hopes to expand the age groups into the 14 and up age range, allowing older players that opportunity to experience the Canadian game. Games are played Saturdays and Sundays for various age teams and offer a unique indoor training opportunity for the winter months. For more information visit their website at www.sjbbll.com
The 11th Annual Brian Houshower Lacrosse Tournament on Saturday October 25 at Downingtown West Middle School.This tournament honors the memory of the former Downingtown High student-athlete, a budding lax player who passed away as a result of a car accident in 2003. strong>FEE: $750.00 Per Team
Note: $150.00 Deposit Due by September 30, 2014 to secure team space. This deposit is non-refundable (unless tournament is canceled because of rain-outs) $100.00 discount for two or more teams entered. Please make checks payable to: Downingtown West High School Boys Lacrosse and mail to: Corinn White, 207 Southside Circle, Downingtown, PA 19335
WHO: A and B Divisions
WHAT: 10 v 10 format, 3 game minimum; Playoffs and Championship game, food and vendors on site)
CONTACT: Brian Feeney, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Care for the Cure Foundation’s 6th Annual Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament, and the 2nd Annual Kelsey Klassic on Oct. 25 at Henderson High School. The event will host boys and girls high school lacrosse players, along with a men’s 18+ bracket to compete for a greater cause. The Care for the Cure Foundaiton is a 100% volunteer based company whose mission is to raise awareness and funds for like minded non-profit organizations. This year’s tournament has been moved into October as November is a crucial recruiting time for high school lacrosse athletes.
The Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament was inspired by Caroline ‘Gallagher’ Cranston who lost her life in a battle with Leukemia in May, 2010. Care was a standout student-athlete playing soccer, and lacrosse for West Chester Henderson. After exceeding all expectations at Henderson, Caroline went on to play lacrosse at Duquesne University, where she was a leader on and off the field. Caroline graduated Duquesne with her Masters Degree while also competing as a 4 year player on the lacrosse team. A true inspiration and light within the lacrosse community, The Care for the Cure Foundation will continue to spread awareness in her honor. All proceeds from the tournament will be donated between the Caroline Gallagher Cranston Memorial Fund, the Headstrong Foundation, Kelsey’s Legacy, and another yet to be announced non-profit. Accompanying the Care for the Cure’s lacrosse tournament will be the 2nd Annual Kelsey Klassic. Celebrating the life of Kelsey Kramer, the men’s teams will compete in three, fifty minute games, raising money for Kelsey’s Legacy. All in attendance at the Care for the Cure Lacrosse Tournament will enjoy great lacrosse, food, and live entertainment. Kelsey was a junior at Owen J. Roberts High School when her life tragically ended in a single car accident at the age of 16. She was an honor student and an active athlete. Kelsey loved the sport of lacrosse and she had a strong connection because of her friends who played. Kelsey had hoped to be the lacrosse manager for Owen J. Roberts her junior and senior year.
Click here to register for either event.
Brandywine Classic, by The Pattison Sports Group, October 25th-26th, at the Brandywine Polo Club in Toughkenamon, PA. The Brandywine Classic is a youth, middle school and high school Boys and Girls lacrosse tournament featuring teams from across the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic region. The girl’s tournament hosts four divisions; 2015/2016s, 2017/2018s, 2019/2020s, and 2021/2022s. The boy’s tournament hosts eight divisions; 2015s, 2016s, 2017s, 2018s, 2019s, 2020s, 2021/2022 and 2023/2024. The tournament is a championship format and each team is guaranteed four games. The BOYS High School divisions play Saturday, October 25th and the youth games are Sunday, October 26th.
The GIRLS High School divisions play Sunday, October 26th and the youth games are Saturday, October 25th. The Brandywine Polo Club consists of ten (10) fields in one location, all of which are natural grass and in superb condition.
Tournament registration as well as additional Brandywine Classic information can be found at www.VictoryEventSeries.com.
The Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Event Management, Strategic Sports Sponsorship Consulting and Property Representation.
For additional information on the Brandywine Classic Lacrosse Tournament please call Scott Ely of the Pattison Sports Group at 484-356-1024 or visit www.VictoryEventSeries.com.
Firebird Fall Ball Showdown for boys’ U13, U15 teams, Oct. 26 at Holy Ghost Prep. The registration deadline is Friday, October 3. To Register: Email HGP Head Coach Ryan Tessler at email@example.com. Each Team is Guaranteed Three Games, two 20 Minute Halves; Playoffs for Each Division; Team Cost- $800
Fall Crusades Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Tournament , Saturday, Nov. 1, at Lansdale Catholic High. Proceeds benefit Lansdale Catholic Boys Lacrosse. , 2014
Cost: $595 per team, Teams registering 3 or more teams ($495). Check-in: begins at 7:00 a.m.; Games played from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; format: round robin format with a champion crowned during a “play-off” of the top four teams in each age group (3rd/4th 5th/6th 7th/8th); Guaranteed 3 games; Central clock; 2 running 20 minutes halves, with a 5 minute half-time – Listen for the horn! Download and mail the registration form to reserve your team now, or Register Online:
Please make checks payable to Lansdale Catholic HS, and send to: Fall Crusades Lacrosse, 700 Lansdale Avenue, Lansdale, PA 19446
Team Name; Number of Teams; Team Contact Name; Phone number; Club Address:
For vendor registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NXTevents’ inaugural Harvest Classic, the fall’s premier boys’ youth lacrosse event, will be held at Westtown School’s picturesque campus in West Chester Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8-9. The Harvest Classic will host a fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade division and offers teams a one or two-day option. Teams can play Saturday or Sunday for $900 or both days for $1,700. Visit the Harvest Classic’s website for additional information.
Contact Robin Baxter at email@example.com for more information on the first Harvest Classic.
Lehigh Lacrosse 8th annual King of the Mountain Tournament, Saturday November 8th: Youth Divisions: U-15, U-13, U-11, and U-9. Sunday November 9th: High School Divisions: Rising (freshman and sophomores) and Varsity (elite frosh & soph, juniors and seniors). Tournament Format: 1 Campus, 16 Fields; 10 vs. 10 Game Play; 3 Games Guaranteed; *New Sat.- Youth (U9,U11,U13,U15); *New Sun. – Varsity HS & Rising HS.
Saturday – Two 20 minute halves, 2 minute halftime
Sunday – Two 25 minute halves, 2 minute halftime
A brief clinic will be held (Sunday Only) at each field prior to game 1 for each team
First games begin immediately following the clinics (Sunday Only)
There will be two certified officials for each game
Team Rosters & Information will be provided to College Recruiters (Sunday Only)
Cost: $1000.00 per team (Saturday) | $1300.00 per team (Sunday). You must register and be paid in full by October 24, 2014 to secure your place. King of the Mountain Fall Classic has sold out every year. Wait-list will be available! For more information contact Lehigh Lacrosse, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone:610-758-4762, Fax: 610-758-6629
The Strath Haven Fall Lax Fest will be held on Saturday, November 15 at the Strath Haven High School and Middle School in Wallingford. The rain date is Sunday, November 16. The format will be similar to years past:
– Festival format, no playoffs of championships
– 3 games guaranteed
– Games are 2 x 25 minute running halves
– Start at 9 am and finish at 4 pm
– 18 player minimum roster
– 2 levels of play: Varsity and JV
– PIAA Referees
– Trainer on site
– Team registration fee: paid in full before October 1st – $600; after October 1st – $650
Please use the following link to register your team and for player waivers: www.shhsfalllaxfest.com
Second Annual Kroc Invitational Youth Lacrosse Tournament, by the EPLCA and LEAPS, at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, 4200 Wissahickon Ave in Philadelphia (just off Rt 1 North from the Schuykill Expressway), Nov. 16. Four (4) 7/8 grade and four (4) 5/6 grade teams are invited to take part in this tournament, with all proceeds to benefit the EPLCA and the LEAPS program at the Kroc Center, beginning at 8:00 am (for 7/8 grade teams) and 1:00 pm (for 5/6 grade teams). Interested youth programs should contact Kroc Center Director of Operations Jef Hewlings at email@example.com or 215-558-1595. Registration is $500 per team, with all net proceeds benefiting the above named organizations; all teams are guaranteed three games. The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, located on a 12+ acre campus (with artificial turf field) in North Philadelphia, is home to the LEAPS program, which offers year-round lacrosse programming to the center’s members and youth lacrosse players in the Philadelphia area. The center provides membership opportunities, as well as a multitude of community programs, to the region as part of The Salvation Army’s overall commitment to improving the physical, mental, and spiritual health of the entire community.
The 12th Annual Pumpkin Pie Recruiting Tournament, by Lacrosse Evolution, Nov. 22-23 at the Line Road Fields and East Goshen Park in West Chester. This year, Lacrosse Evolution is pleased to announce that it is expanding the tournament to include 2016s, 2017s and 2018s teams. High School and Youth Boys and Girls Teams from 10 states will gather on the final recruiting weekend of the Fall calendar. This is the last weekend that college coaches can watch and contact High School players before the blackout period starts. Lacrosse Evolution has already notified every Division I, II & III college coach and is beginning the process of creating The Recruiting Portfolio for each one of the 2016s, 2017s and 2018s players. Pumpkin Pie will also feature some of the best Youth Teams the East Coast has to offer. Schedule of Game Days for all Graduation Years: Saturday Nov 22nd Boys Divisions: 2016s, 2017s, 2018s, 2019s & 2024s; Sunday Nov 23rd Boys Divisions: 2024 through 2020 and All Girl’s Divisions: (Grades 5/6 & 7/8). **Girls will be 11v11 or 7v7 any questions please email Matt O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610.873.9910. Cost of Girl’s team $600, due by October 17th. For more information and to complete the Registration Process visit us on our website at: The Lacrosse Evolution Pumpkin Pie Homepage
Fusion Futures for grades 3rd-6th. Registration is now open to a limited number of players to participate in this year-round lacrosse and athletic development program. Learn more at http://playfusionlax.com/fusion-futures/. Here are just a few key factors that set Fusion apart from other programs. Fusion Futures is a year-round team that participates in Mini Camps in the fall, winter, and summer. Fusion Futures was designed specifically to set the foundation and hone the fundamentals that are paramount to future success on the lacrosse field and as an athlete. Also, Fusion’s training platform allows players to participate in other sports throughout the year. With the Fusion schedule, players avoid “lacrosse burnout” through their bi-weekly mini-camp format. Lastly, the Fusion Futures robust training platform is delivered by one of the premier staffs in the country. All Futures’ players will spend 50 hours throughout the year being trained by professionals Kevin Crowley (Major League Lacrosse MVP 2013, World Champion Team Canada 2014), Steven Holmes (MLL Professional New York Lizards, Defensive Coordinator for #3 Nationally Ranked Malvern Prep), Matt McCormick (2x Drexel University Captain, Assistant Coach #3 Ranked Malvern Prep) among others.
Futures program is divided by a 3rd/4th division and a 5th/6th division.
*50 hours practice time in our “mini-camp” format throughout the year
*3rd and 4th grade players will compete in 4 yearly tournaments (1 fall, 1 winter, 2 summer)
*5th and 6th grade players will compete in 6 yearly tournaments (2 fall, 2 winter, 2 summer)
*Our 5/6th grade division will be split into A and B teams for developmental and competitive purposes.
OPEN ENROLLMENTThe first 50 3rd/4th players and first 50 5th/6th players will be accepted. Refunds will be issued into our second mini-camp which acts as a trial period!
The Philly Face-Off League will be held this Fall at Cabrini College. Youth players (5th-8th grade) can also get top competition and training in the Middle School Face-Off leagues at both sites. In order to be a part of the high school league you must have at least one year of experience facing-off at a high level for your school or club team. This is an IDEAL clinic for face-off guys who want to compete against other quality face-off players for 90 minutes while receiving individualized instruction if needed. Middle school will be from 1-2 and High School 1:30-3 PM. The new South Jersey location will be at Total Turf in Pitman. Our Middle school will meet from 5-6 p.m. and our High school will meet 5-6:30 p.m.
The Philadelphia Face-Off League is run by John Bodnar (coaching at Episcopal Academy, NXT Lacrosse) and Mike Dolente (Cabrini College, Duke’s L.C.). They both have an extensive background in working with some of the best face-off guys in the area. Want in on the League? You can register here at https://campscui.active.com/orgs/PhillyFaceOffLeague#/selectSessions/700102
Please check out the website www.phillyfaceoff.com for more information on registration and scheduling. Any other questions please contact John Bodnar at email@example.com
Maplezone Sports Institute fall lacrosse indoor league at MSI Fieldhouse (October-November). The league will encompass weekly 5v5 games (goalie and 4 field players- all short sticks) and will also provide each team with 30 minutes of practice (turf-time) prior to their weekly game. This is a great opportunity to guarantee training time in a weather proof environment, allowing the ability to practice and compete in the same time frame with no rainouts! The league is designed for a hybrid style of play, combining box and field skills, allowing for a high volume of touches, and forcing players to move their feet on defense and dodge hard on offense. Standard 6×6 goals, play the ball off all hard surfaces and no breakaways with 2 pass rule in the offensive end. (CLICK HERE TO VIEW RULES)
This league is faceoff friendly! There will be a faceoff after every goal as well as to start the game and to begin the 2nd half. This will allow faceoff athletes a chance to compete at the X while continuing to develop their offensive and defensive skills. We have met with the referee assignor to review and implement specific rules/infractions regarding take out checks, helmet-helmet contact and slashing. Penalties will be assessed accordingly for general lacrosse infractions, combining ice-hockey standards for misconduct/ejections. Player safety is the primary concern to enhance training and competition.
League info/Divisions/Dates/Times: Register as a team or contact MSI league director for individual player registrations
(5) 36 minute games (2-18 minute halves)
(5) 30 minute practice sessions (prior to each game)
High School Varsity (9th-12th) – Sunday afternoons between 1:00pm-3:30pm October 5th thru November 2nd
High School JV (9th-11th) – Monday evenings between 5:45pm-9:15pm October 6th thru November 3rd
Middle School (7/8 only) – Monday evenings 5:45pm-9:15pm October 6th thru November 3rd
Team Fee $525 per team (must be paid to register)
Referee Fees $150 per team ($30 per game must be brought each week)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
For more information and to reserve your team spot, contact: Josh Krautwald firstname.lastname@example.org (MSI League Director) 610-358-5500 ext. 13
Maplezone Winter Lacrosse League December 1st – February 7th,
3rd/4th Grade (Fridays)
5th/6th Grade (Mondays)
Middle School (Thursdays & Fridays)
High School JV (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
High School Varsity (Mondays & Tuesdays)
12 Teams Per Division, Team Fee: $1,350, Each Team is Guaranteed 10 Games, For more information, contact Josh (email@example.com)
The 2014 PLA Golf Outing, Monday, October 13th at Bidermann Golf Club in Wilmington, Delaware, part of the Vicmead Hunt Club. The event will support the PLA’s mission to promote the game of lacrosse in the Greater Philadelphia region, particularly its New Start Program, which provides technical and financial assistance to new lacrosse programs. The PLA has provided close to $375,000 in grant support to new lacrosse programs in the area since the outing’s inception in 1993. Last year’s PLA Golf Classic at Bidermann featured 100 golfers and over 50 individual and corporate sponsors and raised $21,200. The proceeds enabled the PLA to continue its support of the PIAA Public Lacrosse League and youth and middle programs in Philadelphia. Golf Classic proceeds also helped the PLA conduct high school and youth coaches’ clinics, sponsor area charitable tournaments that keep Philadelphia lacrosse in the spotlight (including the Katie Samson Tournament, the Nick Colleluori Classic, Checking for Cancer and EvanFest). Proceeds also enabled the PLA to organize and underwrite the 1st Annual PLA High School Awards Recognition Banquet at the Radnor Hotel, which featured over 200 attendees and brought both the boys’ and girls’ games together for the first time in an effort to recognize elite high school lacrosse players and others who made their mark on the 2014 high school lacrosse season. Funds from the outing will also help the PLA induct the Class of 2015 into the Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame at Whitemarsh Country Club in February. The PLA is excited that Vicmead Hunt Club and Bidermann will again host the event. The club, the course and the staff received rave reviews from everyone who played or attended the event in October 2013. Originally the 9-hole private course of Henry Francis du Pont at his Winterthur estate, Bidermann was enlarged, redesigned and established as a private club in 1965 (it later merged with Vicmead). Today, the course offers a traditional style parkland layout with native grasslands separating each golf hole. It is an enjoyable, yet challenging, golf course surrounded by unparalleled scenic beauty and the serenity of the Brandywine Valley. The PLA is particularly looking for sponsors for the event. Among other things, all sponsors, patrons and (if applicable) their logos (and websites) will be promoted in press releases and on the new PLA website. For more information regarding the event and its ever festive format, please visit the event website — www.plagolfouting.com. Please reserve your spot in the outing by registering for the event as soon as possible, but in any event before Monday, October 6th. If you are not a golfer or cannot attend the golfing activities, you are welcome to attend the cocktail reception and banquet that begins at 5:30 pm. Space in the outing is limited and registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Based on last year’s participation and advanced expressions of interest, we expect the outing to sell out quickly.
Maplezone SI in Garnet Valley offers boys’ private lessons, semi-private lessons, and team training. Our indoor fieldhouse allows us the ability to train regardless of the outside weather. Contact Jeff Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Lacrosse Evolution Private Lessons and Team Training sessions at both its Downingtown and King of Prussia training facilities. Private Lessons are the best and quickest way to get an athlete to their next desired level and beyond. For more information on these programs, visit the Web site www.laxevo.com or call (610) 873-9910 for the Downingtown Training Center or (484) 684-7011 for the King of Prussia Training Center.
Format for submitting events on Phillylacrosse.com:
Name of clinic; Date, time, location, target age; One sentence description of what’s being offered at clinic and instructor(s) if relevant; how to register (with link, e-mail, number, listing price is optional).
(also, if deadline for registration, other critical info).
Name of league; Dates running, time, location, target age; One sentence description of league; how to register (with link, e-mail, number; listing price is optional). (also, if deadline for registration, other critical info).
Name of camp; Dates running, time, location, target age; One sentence description of what’s being offered with instructors if you wish; how to register (with link, e-mail, number; listing price is optional). (also, if deadline for registration, other critical info).
Name of tourney; Dates running, time, location, target age; One sentence description of format; how to register (with link, e-mail, number; listing price is optional). (also, if deadline for registration, other critical info).
As of Jan. 1, 2011, camp listings cost $50; clinics, trainings, leagues cost $20. (the cost is free to advertisers.)
To submit a listing, e-mail us at email@example.com