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Registration open for Wings’ Brodie Merrill Developmental Camp on Aug. 11-14 at Shipley

Tuesday, 3rd June 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, Youth, Posted 6/3/14

Registration is open for the Philadelphia Wings Brodie Merrill Development Camp on Aug. 11-14 at Shipley School.Brodie Merrill camp

This positional camp, which runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., is geared toward players of all ages who want to improve their overall lacrosse IQ, playing style, and knowledge.

Click here to learn more about Wings Lacrosse Camp or to register today.

Learn the game from some of the top players and coaches in the game. Brodie Merrill brings his expertise from playing both field and box lacrosse to develop campers into better lacrosse players.

Camp will include:

Position, Age, and Skill Specific instruction.
Leadership development.
Fun non-lacrosse games.
Implementation of BOX lacrosse fundamentals into your FIELD lacrosse game.
Advice and direction on the importance of education and the NCAA recruiting process.
Lacrosse Wake-up Call, The importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle.
Player package and Prizes from Brine Lacrosse.
A pair of tickets to the 2015 Wings home opener.

This four day camp is only $325 until June 30th! Starting July 1st registration will be $350. Fees will be applied during check-out.

Brodie Merrill is a world-renowned player known for his run & gun style of play. He is the Lacrosse Director at The Hill Academy in Toronto, Canada and currently serves as the head coach of the Canadian Under 19 Men’s National Team.

Merrill has been named the “Best Player in the World” by Inside Lacrosse and has won almost every major award in the NCAA, NLL, MLL and the FIL World Championships. He is a three time NLL Transition/Defensive Player of the Year, six time MLL Defensive Player of the Year, has twice been named “Best Defenseman In The World” at the FIL World Championships and was a two time All American at Georgetown.

Players will need to bring their own helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, mouthguard and protective cup. Players can wear sneakers or cleats on the turf. Players shall provide their own boxed lunch.


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