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Big 4 holding advanced clinics for high school boys with college coaches

Tuesday, 31st January 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, Clinics, Events, High School, Posted 1/31/12

Coaches from some of the area’s top collegiate programs are putting on a series of clinics that will allow high school players to learn advanced skills, showcase their talent, and build relationships with the coaches responsible for recruiting high school student-athletes.

The Big Four Lacrosse clinics will take place on all four Sundays in February (2/5, 2/12, 2/19, 2/26) at Cabrini College. The clinics are open to all current high school students (grades 9 – 12).

The clinics will be held from 1:30–3:30 pm on the first three dates and from noon-2 p.m. on February 26. Each player will be assigned an individual jersey in order to assure recognition. The fee for the clinics is $300 for all four clinics or $85 for each individual clinic.

This event will give players an opportunity to show college coaches how they respond to instruction and a chance to demonstrate their work ethic as they gear for the upcoming season against top competition.

To get more information or to register, click here.

The coaches that will be leading the Big Four lacrosse clinics include: Rob Cross (Assistant Coach – University of Delaware), Cory Coffman (Assistant Coach – University of Pennsylvania), Colin Bathory (Head Coach – Haverford College), Jake Plunket (Head Coach – Albright College), Jason Archbell (Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator – University of Pennsylvania), David Page (Assistant Coach – Ursinus College), Brian Felice (Assistant Coach – Cabrini College), Andrew Delaney (Head Coach – Arcadia University), Ted Rawlings (Assistant Coach – University of Pennsylvania), Billy McKinney (President – Big 4 Lacrosse), Eric Gregg (General Manager – Big 4 Lacrosse), and Kevin Coyle (Director of Sales and Communication – Big 4 lacrosse).


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