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Tryouts announced for Mesa Lacrosse boys’ tryouts

Wednesday, 10th July 2019

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/10/19

Registration is open for the Mesa Lacrosse boys’ tryouts July 15-17 at Shipley’s Farm Fields in Gladwyne.

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Mesa Lacrosse tryouts, Shipley Farm Fields, 1305 Waverly Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035 
2024 and 2025 – July 15th 6:15 to 7:45 PM
2026 and 2027 – July 16th 6:15 to 7:45 PM
2028 and 2029 -July 17th, 6:15 to 7:45 PM
2023 -July 24th TBD
2021 and 2022 – The rosters are full. However, there may be a roster spot for a highly skilled player. Please e-mail Travis Loving travismesalacrosse@gmail.com
Make-Up Tryouts
If your son is unable to make the above date, please e-mail Travis Loving for makeup tryouts, TBA, at travismesalacrosse@gmail.com

Mesa Lacrosse is the premier club lacrosse program in the country. It was founded and is run by lacrosse players – Bob Aitken, Travis Loving Mark Petrone, and John Nostrant. Your son or daughter can participate in Mesa Juniors (Pre-K to 2nd grade), play on a Mesa Futures team (3rd to 8th grade), compete on a Mesa High School team (9th to 12th grade), or play for the Mesa Alumni team who goes to Lake Placid and plays in a league each summer.

Here is who we are
We are a skills and development club and our emphasis will be focused here.
We are a competitive travel club team that keeps smaller rosters.
We will provide a program that fits the overall ability of the team.
We will enter tournaments that are appropriate for the skill level and mission of each team.
We are not an events centered club. We are coaches and mentors.
We develop our curriculum with the goal of improving the individual player, not to win tournaments.
We will provide a top notch staff of coaches who will transfer our philosophy to the field.
Our practices are up tempo with very little standing around and is all about reps and touches.
We will play everyone equally, if they demonstrate that they work equally as hard.
We will ask players to play different positions on the younger teams.  


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