Game Breakers Developmental Lacrosse Program for 4 to 9 year old boys, at Shipley School, Sundays, April 12, 19, 26 & May 3 & 10. Lower Turf Field.
Lil’ Laxers, 10-10:45 a.m., No stick or equipment needed. Boys brand new to lacrosse will be taught the basic fundamentals of the game: scooping, cradling, throwing, catching and shooting using the plastic scoop sticks and balls. Lots of fun drills and games will keep them moving through high energy 45 minute session
BEGINNER STICK SKILLS, 7-9 Year Olds, 11:00am -12:00pm, Please bring your own stick. No equipment needed. This session is for boys who have had minimum exposure to lacrosse, as well
as those with some experience looking to small group settings on the fundamental aspects of the game. 3v3 play will be introduced as a fun way to learn game strategy.
TO REGISTER for either age class, PLEASE VISIT www.LaxCamps.com OR CALL 800.944.7112
Malvern Prep Spring Lacrosse Clinics, K through 4, geared to the beginner- intermediate player. Our staff will focus on making each day fun surrounded with fundamentals and a positive learning environment. Each player will progress through daily fundamental station work as well positional drills.
Staff: Todd MacFarlane- Malvern Prep Varsity Assistant Coach, as well as other members of the Malvern Prep Coaching Staff and Players.
Dates: June 1, 3, 8 and 10, 2015
Cost: $15 per day; Times: 4-5:30 p.m.
LaxEvo Spring Maintenance clinics:Downingtown: Mondays & Wednesdays 6-8 PM; Sundays 2-4 PM. King of Prussia: Tuesdays & Thursdays 6-8 PM; Sundays 10-12 PM
Boys Spring Maintenance Registration:
Lacrosse Evolution also has turf space available for rental throughout the Spring for all teams including College Programs, High School Teams, and Youth Organizations. Spring can come in like a lion and lead to muddy fields and sometimes cold temperatures at night. With indoor turf at both of their facilities Lacrosse Evolution is your fall back plan to a muddy field so you will not have to cancel practice. They are very flexible with their rental times and most days can accommodate your rental request for the same day.
For more information on Spring Maintenance, Rental Times, and Private Lessons contact Matt O’Neill firstname.lastname@example.org for Downingtown 610-873-9910 or Pat Harner email@example.com for King of Prussia 484-684-7011.
Summer Face-off Training
The Philly Face-Off league begins its summer league on June 1st and will hold its session every Tuesday night from 5-6:30, at the Main Line Sports Center in Berwyn. Players from more than 50 high schools and 22 club programs as well as some select middle schools competed during the winter league to practice and train against elite competition on a weekly basis.
Click here to register
E20 Elite Goalie School for goalies in the graduation years 2017, 2018 & 2019, run by Brian “Doc” Dougherty and Drew Adams. Twenty goalies from each graduation year will be hand selected by “Doc”, Drew and their staff to attend this invite only overnight camp. The E20 Elite Goalie School will take place on July 6th through July 9th on the beautiful campus of Bryn Athyn College, located just outside of Philadelphia. Players will be housed in brand new suites that include kitchens, washer/dryers and most importantly air conditioning. Goalies will be challenged daily by shots from a select group of top offensive players supplied by E20’s partner the American Indoor Lacrosse Association. The shooters will be invited based on their performance at the AILA’s weeklong box training and outdoor shooting camp, which also takes place at Bryn Athyn College on the same week.
Goalies will receive personal training by some of the best goalies to ever play the game. E20’s staff consists of All-World goalie Dougherty (Chestnut Hill College head coach, Episcopal Academy grad), current USA National Team member, New York Lizards and MLL All Star goaltender Adams (Springfield-Delco, Penn State), former Penn State keeper and First Team All American Austin “Sparky” Kaut and former Maryland’s First Team All American Niko Amato. All four goalies have earned multiple All-American statuses at their respected universities.
Coach’s recommendations can be filled out by going to www.bagglax.net under the horizontal tab of E20 Elite Goalie School. Recommendations and must be received no later than February 1, 2015.
Goalies will receive: Personal Video Breakdown; One–on–One Instruction; Learn the PHLow System; Learning Team Defense; Communication Techniques; Defensive Concepts; Proper Weight Training; Goalie Recruiting Process; Goalie Recruiting Recommendations to colleges;High Level Shots from top high school and college players; Live Demonstrations; Learn the Best Drills from the Best; Proper Stick and Foot Work
Cost: $695. Any questions contact Joe Karpinski at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information and the bios for the Elite20 staff please visit www.bagglax.net.
The Chapter Challenge™, a youth lacrosse festival for boys and girls on May 2-3 that will features good competition, camaraderie and sportsmanship on the pristine and spacious grounds of the Brandywine Polo Club in Chester County. Last year’s event featured close to 80 teams. Please visit the website for more information and to register – http://www.chapterchallenge.net:
• Multiple Brackets / Festival Format: Each division will feature two or more brackets to help each team find the appropriate level of play for a great day of festival lacrosse.
• Club/Travel Teams: In 2015, the event is open to “Club” and “Travel Teams” looking for elite competition; we will field brackets based on interest.
• Dates of Play: Saturday, May 2: Boys U9 A/B/Club (1/2nd grade); Boys U11 A/B/Club) 3/4th grade); Boys U13 A/B/Club (5/6th grade); Boys U15 (Club/Travel – 2019/2020)
Sunday, May 3 – Boys U15 A/B – Morning (7/8th grade)
All teams will play 3 games with certified officials on professionally-staged tournament fields in a festive setting. Athletic trainer(s) and an AED will be on site, as will an assortment of food/merchandise vendors. The event will be run by Heritage Lacrosse, which operates the Liberty Lacrosse Shootout™, Patriot Games™, The Match™ and other popular events.
Support the PLA: The Chapter Challenge™ is pleased to support the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association, the local chapter of US Lacrosse that promotes the game and provides programs and services to members of the lacrosse community in Eastern Pennsylvania.
THE CHALLENGE: As a key component of the “Challenge,” teams can help the PLA in two ways (they are not mandatory but we hope teams will support some worthy objectives): Challenge Partners: Each team is asked to make a contribution to the PLA (this is in addition to the registration fee and will inure entirely to the benefit of the PLA). The team can make the donation itself or arrange for a business or sponsor to make the donation to the PLA as the team’s “Challenge Partner.” Any donation is appreciated. All contributors and Challenge Partners will be recognized for their support on the Chapter Challenge™ and PLA websites and in a press release before and after the event; AND/OR
Stick Donations / HEADstring™ Initiative: Each team is asked to organize a used stick collection drive and to bring/donate the sticks to the event for drop off.
Lower Bucks Lacrosse inaugural Bobblehead Classic, Saturday May 16th at Maple Point Middle School in Langhorne, PA. The event is for boys in grades 1 through 4 and registration is now open. Teams participating in the Bantam Division for grades 1 and 2 will play from 9 AM – 2 PM and the Lightning Division for grades 3 and 4 from 3 PM – 8 PM.
Teams are guaranteed five games, including playoffs, in a championship format.
Visit bobbleheadlax.com for more information and to register. Spots are limited to the first 16 teams in each division. Follow us on Twitter for updates @bobbleheadlax.
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM for boys in grades 1 & 2; 6 v. 6 on a 60 yd. x 35 yd. field with 4 x 4 goals; 6 players shall constitute a team (1 goalie, 5 field players); there is no offsides, all players play offense and defense; max of 15 players per team roster
3:00 PM – 8:00 PM for boys in grades 3 & 4; 8 v. 8 on a 60 yd. x 35 yd. field with 4 x 4 goals; 8 players shall constitute a team (1 goalie, 2 defense, 3 midfield, 2 attack); 3 players must stay on the defensive half at all times; 2 players must stay on the offensive half at all times; offsides is enforced; max of 15 players per team roster
Equipment: All players will use a short-stick, no long poles; full equipment is required for all players: helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, protective cup, mouth guard; goalies must have throat guard, chest protector, protective cup and elbow pads; coaches should ensure proper equipment
The Field: field dimensions are 60 yards x 35 yards; creases are the standard 9 foot radius; goals are standard 4 x 4 box goals
Liberty Lacrosse Shootout, June 6/7 at the GCVSA Line Road Complex and The Phelps School in Malvern. Over 100 boys’ recreational and club teams and 2500 youth players are expected to participate in one of most popular events of the season. The Shootout is a fun way to punctuate the recreation season. This year, travel clubs are invited to start their 2015 summer campaigns at the Shootout too (club brackets will be organized by graduation year). Your teams are invited to join in the fun, the tradition, and an atmosphere in which the pressure of competition is never more than the pleasure of competition. The tournament set up and the fields of play are second to none. Space is limited so sign up soon to secure your spot in the event! To register or to obtain more information, please visit the Shootout website – http://www.libertylacrosse.com.
AGE GROUP / DIVISION DATE OF PLAY
U9 Boys (Rec Grades 1-2; Club 2025/2026) Saturday, June 6, 2015
U11 Boys (Rec Grades 3-4; Club 2023/2024) Sunday, June 7, 2015
U13 Boys (Rec Grades 5-6; Club 2021/2022) Saturday, June 6, 2015
U15 Boys (Rec Grades 7-8; Club 2019/2020) Sunday, June 7, 2015
• Two or more Rec/Club brackets are available in each division (subject to interest) to help align teams that are organized by age/grade/ability. Our goal is to see highly competitive games (expect to see some 4v4 Bravehearts!);
• Teams will play at least 3 games in diverse pools within their bracket; pool winners advance in a playoff format.
College D1 Experience
“Experience a Day in the Life of a D1 Lacrosse Player” at lafayette College. Registration is open for boys in the class of 2015 to 2019. The event is being held on Sunday, May 31 at the campus in Easton, Pa. Date: Sunday May 31st. Ages: Rising High School Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Current Seniors; Open to any and all participants
Registration and waiver info – Click here.
Directors: Jim Rogalski – Head Coach, Lafayette College
Matt Musci – Assistant Coach, Lafayette College
Ed Williams – Assistant Coach, Lafayette College
Format: Single Day Event from 9AM-5PM, Fisher Field – Football Stadium (Field Turf), Rappolt Field – (Astro Turf)
Only 75 Spots Available – LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
Registration: Click here
Please completely fill out registration form with waiver and medical information located on the website and send with a check payable to Ski Lax, Inc. to the address below. Registration confirmation and further details will be sent through e-mail.
Send clinic registration and payment to: Jim Rogalski—Are you Game Ready? Men’s Lacrosse Office, Lafayette College, 312 A.P. Kirby Sports Center, Easton, PA 18042-1772
Weather Policy: There will be NO cancellations or refunds due to weather. Schedule subject to change with weather conditions.
Questions: Direct any questions to Jim Rogalski (610-330-5482) email@example.com
The Garden State Invitational, Saturday and Sunday July 4 & 5, Central Park, 91 Central Ave, Morris Plains, NJ 07950. New State of the art turf facility, 4 Side by Side turf fields for easy recruiting, easy parking and unmatched setting, Championship Format, 2 Day Tournament, 4 games guaranteed, possible 5th championship. Grade based division. Click Here for your team to be considered.
MVP Illinois, an elite high school tournament, June 12-14, for 2016-18 Divisions, team and individual, at the University of Illinois’ beautiful Urbana-Champaign campus. Meals in the Illinois dining hall and lodging in the school’s air-conditioned dorms; Every team is guaranteed to play five games. Co-run by MVP and NXT Lacrosse. Every division has a champion; Team or Individual Player (house team) registrations accepted. Click here to register.
NXT MVP Blue Hen 1, June 13-14 at Caravel Academy, DE, Divisions for 5th-8th grade teams, Championship Format. Click here to register.
MVP Towson, MVP Towson is an elite high school tournament, 2016-18 Divisions. Event will be held at Towson University, June 19-21. The event includes an instructional session on Friday afternoon led by NCAA college coaches. Meals in the Towson dining hall and lodging in the school’s air-conditioned dorms; Every team is guaranteed to play five games; Every division has a champion. Co-run by MVP and NXT Lacrosse. Click here to register.
MVP Delaware, June 26-28, 2016-18 Divisions, MVP Delaware is an elite high school tournament. Event will be held at the University of Delaware. The event includes an instructional session on Friday afternoon led by NCAA college coaches.
Limit of 12 teams per Division. Meals in the Delaware dining hall and lodging in the school’s air-conditioned dorms; Every team is guaranteed to play five games; Every division has a champion. Co-run by MVP and NXT Lacrosse. Click here to register.
NXT MVP Blue Hen II, June 27-28 at Caravel Academy, DE, Divisions for 5th-8th grade teams, Championship Format. Click here to register.
Liberty Bell Challenge’s inaugural individual showcase, July 10, at Germantown Academy, PA, is open for applications from all players, from any club, the invitation process will begin next week and continue only until the 175 spots are filled. The showcase is the kickoff to a weekend that features the first tournament for The Passport Alliance, a group of elite club programs.Click here to apply.
5th Annual LAXPALOOZA Mid-Atlantic Classic – June 13-14, in Bethlehem, PA (Lehigh Valley), Boys’ community, recreational and competitive travel teams (A and B Divisions) from U9 through Varsity HS have attended from all parts of the U.S. to play a minimum (5 games) over 2 days in a competitive championship atmosphere, attracting 120+ teams for great competition in a festival & family atmosphere. With 12 fields all at one location covering 67 acres and having 30+ food, clothing and lacrosse vendors from all across the country attend, makes this an event that you do not want to miss! Laxpalooza Lacrosse Tournaments, LLC prides itself in being sponsored by Warrior & Brine Lacrosse and information/registration can be found here
U9, U11, U13, U15, U17 (JV) and U19 (Varsity) and supports both (A DIVISION – Travel and Regional Teams) and (B Division – Community and Recreational teams) at all levels.
2nd Annual Garden State Showcase, Sunday, June 7th, at Central Park Morris, Morris Plains, NJ. From the directors of Patriot Lacrosse and Leading Edge Lacrosse, the Jersey Shootout offers a unique competitive advantage for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors, providing exposure earlier than ever before. Over 40 college coaches were in attendance in 2014. The Garden State Showcase is an opportunity for elite players in each of the graduating classes of 2016, 2017 and 2018 to display their talents in a most competitive environment. The Showcase is limited to eighty (80) players per grade to maximize exposure. The format is a three game round robin. Each team will be coached by a current college coach. Player profile books will be available to coaches throughout the Showcase and GameTime Footage will be on site to film all of the games. If you wish to be considered for a position in the 2015 Garden State Showcase, please complete the application. If you need further information you may email: firstname.lastname@example.org
F4 Lacrosse’s Philly Kickoff Classic, June 13-14, West Chester University, each division plays on the 13th OR the 14th of June. The tournament offers an optimal location and setting to kick off your summer lacrosse season. With three turf and seven immaculate grass fields on WCU’s South campus, the event provides an all-inclusive venue and easy access and ample free parking.
Find complete info for the F4 Philly Kickoff Classic here F4 Lacrosse brings over five decades of combined lacrosse coaching and recruiting experience to the tournament arena. Our coaching and business backgrounds include professional, college and elite club level lacrosse programs as well as Fortune 500 executive management. We know what makes a great event, but more importantly, we have the knowledge and follow through to create the very best tournament experiences.
The NXT Meltdown, June 20-21, at Abington Jr and Sr High, Championship style tournament, Each divisional winner awarded Brindle Cup, 4 Games Guaranteed, Divisions: 2nd/3rd; 4th; 5th; 6th; 7th; 8th; HS B; HS A 2016. Sunday, June 21Click here to register
Boys Summer Slam, June 20-21, by the The Pattison Sports Group and STX, offering the Play Huge Purse, a $5,000 grand prize, for the 2016 AA division champion. Tourney for boys’ club teams, at three West Chester (PA) sites, 2016-2024 divisions. Redeemable for STX equipment for their club team. HS Divisions for 2016-2018, AA and A, Youth Divisions 2019-2024, A and B. 2016 and 2017 All-Star Games. Click here for registration and more info.
The 13th Annual Evolution Games on June 27th and 28th is a high school, all-star Recruiting & youth tournament taking place in Downingtown, PA. Teams come from across North America: New Jersey, Maryland, Arizona, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, California, Delaware, Ohio, Utah and Connecticut. Over 50 colleges coaches come out for this weekend to scout some of the talented players in the country. This is the best time to attend a tournament since college coaches use this time period more than any other. The 2016 through 2023 grad years will play 3 games on Saturday in a Pool Play format and re-seed for 2 playoff games on Sunday. The 2024 and 2025 brackets will play 3 pool play games and 1 playoff game all on Saturday. Evolution Games is open too all boys teams across the country. Vendors Welcomed as well. For more information please contact Matt O’Neill at email@example.com or call 610-873-9910. Check out the tournament homepage HERE.
The NXT Cup, by NXT sports, July 11th – July 12th, Westtown School, Episcopal Academy, West Chester & Newtown Square, PA. The most competitive youth lacrosse tournament in the country. Four-plus games guaranteed, Divisions: 8th Grade (2019) A & B; 7th Grade (2020) A & B; 6th Grade (2021) A & B; 5th Grade (2022) A & B; 4th Grade (2023) A & B; 3rd/2nd Grade (2024/2025) A & B. Click here for more info and to register
2015 Jersey Shootout, Youth Boys Lacrosse Tournament (Grades 4- 8), July 11th & 12th, St. Joseph Metuchen High School, 145 Plainfield Ave, Metuchen, NJ 08840. Championship Format, 2 Day Tournament. 4 games guaranteed, possible 5th championship game. Prizes awarded by Maverik Lacrosse, Grade based division. This is rolling admission. We take teams on a first paid in full basis. Sold out 10 years running, click here to register.
Morey’s Piers Beach Lacrosse Tournament, for youth, high school and college teams on July 18-19 in the heart of the Wildwood beaches, N.J. This tournament gives lacrosse players of all ages a chance to enjoy the game in a new and exciting way. Teams from all over the East Coast and beyond compete on the beaches of Wildwood as well as enjoy the waterparks and beach during the day and the famous Wildwood boardwalk and amusements in the evening. The tournament offers participants and their families an exclusive discounted weekend package to Morey’s Piers Amusement Rides and Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis Waterparks and a delicious Saturday night picnic served at Rendezvous Beach Picnic Pavilion.Questions? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-729-3700 extension 1195.
Click here to register.
Games are 5v5, 4 field players plus a goalie, with a maximum of 10 players per team. Each game will have two 18-minute halves with a 4-minute break. Each team will play a minimum of 3 games. Divisions will run from Boy’s & Girl’s U8 – U18, Men’s & Women’s Open. Beach Lacrosse is played with NO SHOES (except goalies).
Wristbands are valid for access to Raging Waters Waterpark and Ocean Oasis Waterpark and Beach Club, plus the amusement rides on all 3 Amusement Piers (daily wristband restrictions apply: go carts, SkyScraper, SkyCoaster, Climbing wall, Screamin’ Swing, High Flyer and Springshot are not included) all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday during operating hours. Check Morey’s Piers operating hours.
American Revolution Middle School Invitational, July 13-14, at Maple Zone Sports Institute’s new outdoor complex in Aston. The event is for boys’ teams in the 2020, 2021, 2022 age classes and limited to 10 clubs. The games will be 22 minute running games with 5 minute halftime; each age group playing one game at a time, intimate environment for coaches, athletes, and parents, all games played on synthetic turf fields. Games will be professionally filmed and made available for purchase, five game guarantee. Teams will play three pool games Monday and two seeded games Tuesday with the possibility of playing in a championship game. E-mail email@example.com if interested.
GUARDIAN National Goalie Championship, July 27-30, Spooky Nook, Manheim (Lancaster) PA. This event will showcase and celebrate the best goalies nation-wide in a National Championship and will measure them based on the unique and patented Goaltender rating and classification system (GRC) for recruiting opportunities. College Coaches from across the country have requested access to this one-of-a-kind event and the associated results. Click here to apply. Click here for event website.
The I-95 Cup , the ultimate challenge to see which AREA of the country has the most talented face-off midfielders. The top 10 players from Philly, New York, New Jersey, and Maryland/Virginia will meet Aug. 16 in Philadelphia’s Maple Zone Sports Institute in Garnet Valley for a 1-day tournament. The Face-Off Academy’s Greg Gurenlian, Chris Mattes, and Jerry Ragonese are constantly traveling the country working with face-off athletes. When they are not on the road, all three have set up training combines where they live. Greg Gurenlian runs a daily face-off combine in New York City, Chris Mattes runs his in Maryland, and Jerry in New Jersey. All three FOA coaches will represent and coach their respective AREAS at the I-95 Cup.
The Philadelphia team will be chosen by Philly Face-Off League co-founders John Bodnar and Mike Dolente. Both highly respected face-off coaches in the area, the Philly Face-Off League is where the most elite face-off midfielders in the Greater Philly area can practice and train together on a weekly basis.
Each area will host a tryout on a specific date.
TEAM PENNSYLVANIA – 7/30/15 from 5pm – 7pm at Mainline Sports Center (1340 Swedesford Rd. Berwyn, PA 19312)
Contact: John Bodnar of the Philly Faceoff League (PhillyFaceoff@yahoo.com)
Register Now: https://campscui.active.com/orgs/PhillyFaceOffLeague
TEAM NJ – 7/30/15 from 5PM – 7PM at Snyder Ave Park Turf Field (216 Snyder Ave. Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922)
Contact – Jerry Ragonese (FOANewJersey@gmail.com)
Register Now: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:158649
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!
Summer recruiting camps
Crabs Top Prospect Camps for boys in the classes of 2019 and 2020, Saint James School in Hagerstown, MD. Session 1 will be held Monday, June 22- Thursday, June 25. New for 2015 is the Elite Freshman Camp, from Monday, June 29-Wednesday July 1.
Session II (for 2020 players only) starts Monday July 6th, 7th, 8th and ends Thursday July 9th at noon. (SESSION II only – a bus from Young Guns Tourney to St James will be available Sunday afternoon at an added cost for those families interested in having their son stay Sunday night for camps start Monday afternoon.)
The Top Prospect Camp is for elite players. Applicants must provide a reference as part of the selection process. Successful applicants typically will have been starters for their respective AA/A type travel teams.
The camps will limit to 152 players; 76 players per age group as follows:
2019s – 20 attack, 28 midfielders, 20 defenders and 8 goalies.
2020s – 20 attack, 28 midfielders, 20 defenders, and 8 goalies.
Players will experience an intense, fast-paced teaching environment during the instruction sessions. These sessions will include both team dynamics as well as position specific breakouts. No matter what team you play for you do not want to miss this opportunity to play with and meet some of the best players in the nation.
Tuition:$625. TO GET AN INVITE Go to “Top Prospect Camp 2015″ tab on HOME page and enter info or click on this link http://assn.la/Reg/?r=2:123574.
Camp Director: Ryan McClernan – Founder CRABS Lacrosse
Philly Boys Showcase Camps by NXT at Saint Joseph’s University, now on two dates: Session I for 2016s and 2017s on June 24-26, and Session II for 2018s and 2019 on July 27-29 at St. Joseph’s University. The Philly Boys Showcase Camp was started by coaches who genuinely want to help high school players achieve their college lacrosse goals by educating them on all aspects of the college process. Two coaches who embody this philosophy and the co-directors of the Boys Philly Showcase Camp – Peter Lawrence (University of Hartford), and Taylor Wray (St. Joseph’s University). Showcase lacrosse campers leave better educated not just on the lacrosse field, but also better educated about the college recruitment process, NCAA rules, strength training, and nutrition. Campers literally get to experience a couple days in the life of a college lacrosse player. Click here for more info and registration.
Ted Spencer’s Blue Chip 225 Recruiting Showcases offer college recruiting and skill training for boys from Rising Freshmen to Rising Seniors on the campus of the University of Massachusetts. There are two sessions: June 29-July 1 for Rising Sophomores, and Rising Juniors and July 6-July 8 for Rising Seniors and Rising Freshmen. The showcase includes a player evaluation session, two college level team practices, and seven games will comprise the schedule. All Stars will play in an 8th game which will be streamed online as a FREE LIVE BROADCAST. Ending on Wednesday afternoon with everyone playing in a Championship Round, this format allows both players and coaches the time necessary to recover for their commitments for other recruiting opportunities. Classes will benefit from increased college coach presence but will have separate housing, training and games. Each class will have its own all-star game. Both player and coach will benefit from 8 fields in one central location providing easy access for coach evaluations and player performance. Combining age groups will draw more coaches than ever, and the new format will allow coaches to maximize their recruiting efforts by attending a session of Blue Chip 225.
Sessions for 2015: Rising Freshmen Grad 2019 July 6 – July 8; Rising Sophomores Grad 2018 June 29 – July 1; Rising Juniors Grad 2017 June 29 – July 1; Rising Seniors Grad 2016 July 6 – July 8, 2015
More information and registration is available at http://www.bluechiplax.com
Lehigh Valley Showcase for boys in the classes of 2018 and 2019 at Lehigh University from July 22-24. This camp is designed to provide rising high school sophomores and freshmen from the Lehigh Valley and across the country with advanced skill development in a highly competitive, tournament style, playing environment. The showcase will provide a platform for players to display their skills in front of college coaches from Divisions I, II, and III, as these coaches will be invited to serve as instructors and also as recruiters. Off the field, players will take part in strength and speed training clinic (results will be given to take home at the end of camp), recruiting & academic seminar, and a leadership/character building seminar. The mission of the Lehigh Valley Showcase is to help prospective student athletes gain visibility within the recruiting landscape, while helping them grow as players and as people.
* Interested Lehigh Prospects – This camp will be a great opportunity to see what being a Student-Athlete in the Lehigh lacrosse program is all about. You will stay in the same dorms, use the same facilities, and have the opportunity to meet and work with current Lehigh players and coaching staff. All this, while affording our staff the opportunity to learn more about you as a person and player with in the highly competitive showcase format.
*Film – All sessions of the Showcase will be filmed and available to participants for personal use following the event.
Register by clicking here (go to page 5 in list, Rising Fresh/Soph Boys Lacrosse)
Summer Skills Camps
ANC Summer Lacrosse Clinic Series GRADES 1-9 INVITED, All-American Players as Counselors and an All-American Lacrosse Experience! 2775 Buck Rd. Bryn Athyn, PA. 19009. $180 Per Player, $330 for Siblings.
First Session: June 8th-June 12th
Second Session: July 20th- July 24th
2.5 Hour Sessions (3:30 PM – 6:00 PM)
Prepare Your Game for The Next Level…Positional instruction and Team concepts
• Building Lacrosse IQ
• Games featuring prizes!
• Lots of fun and instruction every day
Contacts: Coach Rob Forster with any questions at Rob.Forster@ancss.org.
Our Staff and Coaches: Rob Forster-Offensive Coach, Niko Amato-Defensive and Goalie Coach, Jack Forster-Offensive Coach, Austin Pifani-Defensive Coach, Matt Rambo-Attack Coach, Kevin Forster-Midfield Coach
For Information and to sign Up: https://www.smore.com/6t82-anc-summer-lacrosse-clinic-series
Upper River Lacrosse’s month-long development camp in the Philly suburbs with twice-daily practices, residential options for players from across the country, skill and position development, as well as tournament play and recruiting exposure and advice. Upper River Sports combines the best of skills camps and club teams, along with the intensive high-level development model from other sports, and mixes that with the fun and friendship of a traditional summer camp. Up to 25 boys from the Class of 2019 will be accepted. Camp will run from June 16-July 20 and includes three tournaments in the region. Out-of-town athletes will be housed at Villanova University; players will practice on turf and grass fields on the Main Line outside of Philadelphia. The head coach will be Brian Scheetz, a three-time All-American and the leading scorer in the history of lacrosse at Mercyhurst University. Scheetz has been coaching at the collegiate level for the past two years and has coached with SweetLax as well as starting an overnight skills camp in his hometown in upstate New York. Goalie instructors will be in several times throughout the summer, as well as professional and Division I defensive players and face-off experts. Each week will feature numerous additional speakers and instructors on topics like basic fitness for young athletes, nutrition, and mental toughness. For more information about and camp and to find out how to register for Upper River Lax’s development camp, visit www.upperriverlax.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main Line Youth Lacrosse Camp, for boys and girls, players entering 2nd through 8th grades, June 22-26, at the Dittmar Park fields in Radnor Township. The Main Line Youth Lacrosse Camp offers an excellent opportunity for each player to learn and refine the necessary skills of lacrosse to enhance every player’s ability. This camp has been in existence since 1980. Many camp graduates have gone on to very successful high school and college careers. Individualized instruction is provided in the areas of throwing, catching, cradling, scooping, dodging and checking. Team strategies are introduced all week long. Ample time is devoted to scrimmaging to put the skills into practice. The Dittmar Park fields in Radnor Township provide an excellent locations for boys and girls fields. Students will be instructed by high school and college players along with established coaches from the area. For more information contact: George Wattles, 484-424-1720 or email@example.com.
Black Bear Lacrosse 2015 summer camps. Black Bear Lacrosse has been providing expert instruction and training at camps and clinics for over a decade. Black Bear Camp directors are all current or former high school head coaches with a passion for teaching the game. In addition to its fundamentals program, which is designed to introduce the game to beginning and intermediate players, Black Bear provides advanced technique and training for experienced players, in a fast paced, fun environment. Click here to register.
Boys Camps for 2015
Collegeville – June 22-26
Kennett – June – 22-26
Avalon 1- June 29 – July 3
West Chester – July 6-10
Ocean City 1-July 6-10
Phoenixville- July 13-17
Stone Harbor- July 20-24
Ocean City 2- July 27-31
Avalon 2- Aug. 10-14
Lehigh Lacrosse Mountain Hawks Day Camp (Grades 1 – 10) from June 15-18. Day Camper Times: 9:00am to 3:00pm. Extended Day Camper times: 9:00am – 4:15pm
This camp was developed to help beginners through advanced players improve their skill set with exceptional College level instruction in all aspects of the game. The Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse Staff as well as Lehigh varsity players, other college coaches and college players will be here to pass on their energy and knowledge. We start from square one and focus on being fundamentally sound and technically correct. At the end of the week we will see just how far we have come in our Mountain Hawk Skills Competition! We help to build each individual player from the ground up so that when you walk away from Goodman Campus you feel more confident knowing you have a strong foundation for future success.
The extended day is an extra hour at the end of each day focusing on positional skill and collegiate like drills. We will look to reinforce what the campers learn during day and go into greater depth with in those specific parts of the game. Once the young men have proven that they have a grasp on their newfound skills, we will move on looking to enhance the next part of their game.
Sessions include fundamental instruction, drill work, competitions, and games.
Individual instruction by the Lehigh Lacrosse coaching staff, college coaches and current Mountain Hawk players.
Check In will be held at 8:30 am on Monday, June 15th at the Ulrich Sports Complex on Goodman Campus (Click HERE for Directions).
Items to Bring: Helmet, Stick, Gloves, Arm Pads, Shoulder Pads, Athletic Supporter, Mouth Guard, Cleats, Turf Shoes (or sneakers) and a great attitude.
To register Click Here
John Nostrant youth lacrosse camps, for boys in grades 1 to 8.
Session 1 from June 15-18 at Eastern University
Session 2 from June 22-25 at The Haverford School
Session 3 from July 6-9 at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Session 4 from July 13-16 at The Haverford School.
Others on staff include Mark Petrone, one of Nostratnt’s top assistants at Haverford School; Kevin Wallace, Head Lacrosse Coach at Eastern University; and Mike DelGrande, Head Lacrosse Coach at Springside Chestnut Hill.
Visit www.jnlacrosse.com to register. If you would like more information about Nostrant Lacrosse Camps, contact Mark Petrone, firstname.lastname@example.org
Be Your Best Lacrosse for boys and girls in K through Grade 8, June 22-26 and July 6-10 at Wissahickon Middle School. Be Your Best Lacrosse Camp’s number one goal is to make each camper a better lacrosse player while having fun learning the game. The Camp believes the best way to achieve this goal is to have excellent staff-camper interaction while teaching the game. There will be a good mix of instruction, drills and contests with the numerous team games each camper will play. This camp will teach skills, techniques and strategies of lacrosse. It stresses the importance of good fundamentals, training and fun!! The camp encourages all levels of players to learn, improve and enjoy!
The camps are great for advanced or beginner players.
Click here to register: www.BeYourBestLax.com
Be Your Best camp is directed by Coach Dave Sowers (former head coach at Hatboro-Horsham, now assistant at Upper Dublin and head coach of Mesa Fresh 2016) and the format is designed to maximize knowledge and skill retention and provide all athletes with tools they can use to progress their game even after they walk off our fields. We instill in our campers our philosophy of order: family, school, and then lacrosse. Leaving our camp as a better player is an objective – leaving as a better person is our goal.
Session 1 –Monday June 22nd to Friday June 26th (5 days) – 8:30 am – 2:30 pm / Boys and Girls
Session 2 -Monday July 6th – Friday July 10th (5 days) – 8:30 am – 2:30 pm / Boys and Girls
West Chester Lacrosse (WCLA) camp for boys and girls on June 22-25 at Kelly Field, 9am- 3pm for ages 15 and under. The camp will be held at Kelly Field, a modern turf facility with two full fields (601 Westtown Rd, West Chester, PA). The camp will be led by a professional staff of current high school coaches and NCAA players, directed by Dan Deckelbaum, former MLL/NLL player and state champion high school coach. Players will be broken up by age and skill level so that each player gets specific coaching to improve their lacrosse game. Directors will mix in other sports, games, competitions and prizes to ensure that every camper has one of the most fun weeks of their summer at camp.
Also, there is a$125 half day option 9am-1130am for players 7 years old and under.
Registration & Information Click here: Register now
Email: email@example.com for more information
QuickStick Day Camp, La Salle College High School, run by La Salle Hall of Fame coach Bill Leahy and his staff, June 22-26, from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM, boys aged 5 to 16. The original Quickstick Lacrosse Camp location! Since 1993 boys and girls have been enjoying camp at La Salle. This camp highlights stick skills, team concepts, and the much anticipated camp tournament. Campers enjoy live DJ music on the field, lunch for purchase in the school cafeteria, guest speakers in the lecture hall, and a high fidelity action packed video session in the “star trek” room. The last four years this camp has SOLD OUT with over 225 total campers.
HEADstrong Combine at La Salle College High School, June 29-July 1, from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM, Boys Entering 5th thru 8th Grade, HEADstrong Combine is a specialty lacrosse camp designed to focus on stickwork, shooting, speed and strength run by La Salle Hall of Fame coach Bill leahy and his staff. Campers will experience specific drills and exercises to dramatically improve these key areas. This camp is for boys entering 5th through 8th grade and are considered to be intermediate to advanced players. The HEADstrong North Club Teams (5th/6th, 7th, and 8th grade teams) are organized and run by the HEADstrong Foundation in conjunction with the La Salle College High School lacrosse team coaching staff. This combine will introduce players to both the HEADstrong Foundation and HEADstrong Lacrosse Club. This camp is a great way to improve as a player, serve a great cause, and introduce yourself to the HEADstrong North Lacrosse CLub coaching staff.
Millon camps, Overnight and Day Camps Available, for boys aged 8 to 17, June 22-26, The Perkiomen School. Millon camps have been operating for over 20 years and trained over 20,000 campers. Every camper will receive a free warrior lacrosse stick; Million Lacrosse teaches basics to younger, less experienced players and more challenging skill sets to more accomplished players; for over 20 years Mark Million is on the field and DIRECTS every camp and oversees every aspect of the week; all facets of the game for all positions are covered in creative teaching settings, using both large group lectures and small intimate teaching scenarios; every camper receives a personalized written evaluation detailing detailing strengths and weaknesses and direction on how to become a better player. Click here for more info and registration.
The CP (Casey Powell) Academy, Shipley School on July 6-8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. This is an amazing opportunity to train with the best in the world at the game that you love. The spaces are limited, so please get online and register as soon as possible. The CP Academy is offering an early bird special for all the day camps and the evening camp. If you register before MAY 1st, you will be able to get $100 off the cost of the day camp of $75 off the cost of the evening camp. The discount code for the CP Academy camp is $100 day camp – 15100CGB
The Casey Powell Lacrosse Academy, in conjunction with LB3, is a top notch training camp that strives to deliver the most modern an innovative training techniques and concepts, while creating a high energy and enthusiastic platform to learning lacrosse. Players will be taught and coached by the top lacrosse minds in today’s game focusing in the areas of: combine training, field skills, stick skills progression, positional work, scrimmages and contests for coveted prizes. The Casey Powell Academy is open to Boys Ages 8-18.
To Register: https://lb3lacrosse.sportngin.com/register/form/056882961
On another special note – the first 22 players to register for camp in all sites will receive a CP Brand hat and T-shirt.
Fusion Lacrosse Cape Henlopen Summer Camp 1 (July 6-9). Ages: Grad years 2017 to 2023 (current 10th to current 4th grades). Early bird before March 1st $545. After March 1st $595. Check In at 2pm Monday, Check out 11am Thursday. Learn from the best lacrosse players in the World while surfing, swimming, hiking, bonfires at night, disc golf, and playing beach lacrosse in a true camping atmosphere. Click here to rwegister
Jordan Wolf Lacrosse Camp by Pro Lacrosse, July 6-8, Agnes Irwin School (Bryn Mawr, PA),, Ages 7 to 18, 9-3 p.m., All Positions, Each Camper Receives: 18 hours of expert instruction by a staff exclusively comprised of current and former college, pro, and national team lacrosse players and coaches over the course of 3 days; Dry fit camp t-shirt; Reversible practice jersey; Autographed photo of Jordan Wolf, the Lower Merion and Duke All-American and Phillylacrosse.com Co-Player of the Year in 2010; Lunches provided by local restaurants (served in an indoor air conditioned facility); Opportunities to win prizes during daily competitions.This camp provides instruction for every position (attack, middies, defense and goalies). Age groups are divided by attack & middies in one group and defense in another group. Goalies will have their own coaches. All coaches have college playing or coaching experience. It is for this reason we assign coaches to stations, not to age groups. This ensures campers will receive instruction from all of our talented coaches vs. just one. The concentration is on instruction rather than watching/officiating scrimmages: At multiple stations per hour, we teach fundamentals and mechanics and provide drills to take away from camp to perfect these skills on your own. This camp is beneficial for experienced players and beginners. Because the camp is properly staffed the coaching staff can give the attention players of all skill levels deserve. Most, if not all, of our camps have multiple college coaches who recruit at your club tournaments. Early sign up discount available! See website for discount code. Click here to register.
Fusion Germantown Academy Skills Camp, ages 3rd-9th, July 13-16, 9am-3pm. Fusion will again utilize one of the most beautiful campuses and athletic facilities in the country to deliver their progressive training. This is a high repetition high paced skills camp that also includes swimming after lunch and lacrosse film sessions. Camp directors are Kevin Crowley (5 year pro and World Champion with Team Canada) and Steve Holmes (8-year pro with New York Lizards). Returning instructors include Matt Barrett (UVA Goalie), Chris “Shocker” Lapierre (Florida Launch), Brian Grady (GA Head Coach), Ryan Sankey (Conestoga Offensive Coordinator), Matt McCormick (2x Drexel Captain and Malvern Prep coach) and Kevin Philibin (Bayard Rustin Defensive Coordinator).
LAST YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS and info
Malvern Prep Lacrosse Camp, July 13-16 for boys in Grades 1 to 8. The camp is player-focused and uses a comprehensive teaching progression to serve the needs of beginning, intermediate and experienced players. Campers progress through daily fundamental station work, individual positional work, competitive position drills, systematic unsettled concepts as well as team play where new skills and concepts are applied. There will also be daily specialized coaching in goalie play and face-offs. Staff: Steve Holmes- Malvern Prep Varsity Assistant Coach; Nick Pison- Malvern Prep Head JV Coach; Todd MacFarlane- Malvern Prep Varsity Assistant Coach; as well as other Malvern Prep Lacrosse Coaching Staff members and current NCAA players.
Cost: $205.00; Times: 9:00 am- 12pm; Registration: www.malvernsummerprograms.com/content/camps/sport-camps_lacrosse
Space is limited and has filled up quickly in the past so please register ASAP if you are planning on attending these programs.
Holy Ghost Prep Lacrosse Camp, July 20-24, for boys aged 8 to 14. Camp Director: HGP Head Coach Ryan Tessler. New England Black Wolves standout/NXT Showcase Director and HGP Alumni Brett Manney will be a guest counselor along with past HGP alums who compete at the collegiate level. They will offer expertise in defense, dodging, shooting, faceoffs, goalie play and stick skills. Campers will get to experience the HGP Varsity Experience learning from counselor demos, video and competition. The camp offers a chance to develop skills, build confidence and become a better player. There will be daily competitions for camp prizes and lacrosse gear. It will also be a great opportunity to see the HGP Campus and Athletic Facilities.
Click here to register.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-639-2102 x220
Knights Sports Academy Lax Camp, a faith-based summer lacrosse camp July 20-24 at Delaware County Christian Elementary in Devon. This camp is for boys entering grades 2 through 5 and runs from 9 a.m. to noon each day.
Who is it for? A faith-based instructional lacrosse camp for both new and experienced players. Equipment provided, free of charge, for those who are new to lacrosse.
Our Objective is 4Fold
• Through instruction, drills and live play, our objective is to help each camper develop their lax skills so as to more thoroughly enjoy the game of lacrosse.
• Through the use of daily stories, our objective is to capture the imaginations of our campers with the hope of helping them too get to know, and enjoy and relate to God more meaningfully.
• Through the mentoring by HS players, our objective is to celebrate each and every camper, regardless of size, speed, skill or experience.
• Through the use of fun games and activities, our objective is to help each of our campers to make new friends, to have fun and to simply enjoy themselves.
$125 (scholarships available) A 1 to 3 staff to camper ratio
Directors: Greg Porter Team21 Lax, Paul Power: Spring Ford Youth Lax
Interested? Questions? Concerns? Feel free to email Greg Porter at email@example.com or call Greg at 484 744 2040.
Encore Lacrosse Ecuador Immersion Experience, Aug. 3-14. Encore is accepting applications from boys in the classes of 2015 through 2019 for a life-changing lacrosse immersion experience of training, service and cultural development in Ecuador. Encore Lacrosse has traveled all over the globe expanding the game since 2010. Its international goals are to promote the game of lacrosse, help make it a permanent fixture within the cultural fabric of the area visited and merchandise its lifestyle clothing. Participants in the Ecuador immersion trip, being held from Aug. 3-14, will begin each day with lacrosse training by Encore’s team of professional coaches. This is what makes the Encore experience unique: its goal is to meet the needs of lacrosse players who are serious about getting better every day on the field. After training sessions are completed, all involved will be in the hands of the Asociacion Ecuatoriana de Lacrosse run by Juan Marquez de la Plata. Juan was instrumental in starting lacrosse in Mexico and has been coaching high school lacrosse in the Northern California for more than 20 years. Encore’s community service efforts will be met here with a long lasting effect! Its mission is to visit schools and universities in Quito to introduce the game to as many as possible. Following the Federation of International Lacrosse guidelines, Encore will be hosting the first ever lacrosse match at Universidad de las Americas in Quito. More information on Asociacion Ecuatoriana de Lacrosse can be found by clicking here. In between training and community service, the adventure will start with Encore partners, Andes Adventures! Led by Tommy Angelone, a seasoned vet with more than 10 years of experience in education, leadership, management and leading tours all over the world, participants will be eating local cuisine, sightseeing, hiking, and immersing ourselves fully in Ecuadorian culture. From start to finish, this trip will be the best to date, and that is why we are only choosing applicants that are serious about their lacrosse development, open to learning from new and different cultures and have a keen urge to give back.
Click here for an application.
Ecuador Leaders: John Christmas (Offensive Director); Johnny Rodriguez (Goalie Director); Zach Heffner (Defensive Director); Greg Rose (Stringing Director); Juan Marquez De La Plata – International Lacrosse Development Expert; Thomas J. Angelone – Travel Guide Expert
Fusion Lacrosse Cape Henlopen Summer Camp 2 (August 10-13). Ages: Grad years 2017 to 2023 (current 10th to current 4th grades). Early bird before March 1st $545. After March 1st $595. Check In at 2pm Monday, Check out 11am Thursday. Learn from the best lacrosse players in the World while surfing, swimming, hiking, bonfires at night, disc golf, and playing beach lacrosse in a true camping atmosphere. Click here to register
Joe Breschi Camps. The head coach at North Carolina does his first camp in Philly, on Monday, August 10, hosted at West Chester’s Kelly Field (601 Westtown Road, West Chester, PA 19382). Coach Breschi and assistant coach Brian Holman will direct the camp along with USA world team player and UNC all time leading scorer, Marcus Holman, as well as MLL player Davey Emala and current UNC stars. There will be at least eight current UNC players; the player to coach ratio will be approximately 10-1. The camp will emphasize concentrated teaching, drilling, and the practical application of game-like situations. These drills will range from basic to the most advanced utilized in lacrosse. Coach Breschi will hold an open Question and Answer Session related to the college recruiting process with all high school players at the end of their session. Spots are extremely limited and registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Ages/Sessions: Rising 4th – Rising 7th , Rising 8th – Rising 12th grade.
Please see http://www.breschilacrosse.com/ for specific details on the schedule for the day and registration.
Maplezone Sports Institute, offering private, group, and team training. Training programs are made for each individual skill set and player. Please contact Cory Malampy at firstname.lastname@example.org 610-358-5500 ext 21
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