Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/10/21 – From Press Release
Registration is open for the inaugural Team 11 girls’ club program, launching with a 2026 team.
Team 11 is offering tryouts for a 2026 girls’ team, but advanced 2027 girls are also welcome to tryout for the team. Tryouts will be held on BOTH July 12th and July 22nd at Meyer Way in Jamison PA (1733 Twp Green, Jamison PA). Girls are encouraged to attend both tryouts, but it is only necessary to make one of them.
Location: Meyer Way Park- 1733 Twp Green, Jamison PA
Dates: July 12th and July 22nd
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The coaches for the 2026 girls team will be announced soon. We will have two coaches for the 2026 team, and then additional training will be provided during the week by Joey Sankey as well as various other coaches throughout the year.
Why Team 11?
The Team 11 Boys Program was established in the Fall of 2016 by program founder and director, Joey Sankey. Since then, it has steadily grown into an elite club program in the Mid-Atlantic area. The Team 11 program was founded on one main mission, which was to provide the best developmental coaching to the players. Five years later, the blueprint is still the same. Along with developing the players’ skills, our other program principles is to build a family atmosphere within teams, have strong and open communication between players, coaches, and families, and to support players in the recruiting process as many of them go on to play at the next level.
Where and When Do We Play?
The Team 11 Girls’ Program will be run very similarly to the boys’ program. We will practice in Bucks County, PA and compete and/or train throughout the entire year.
Fall: The practices will begin in September and we will compete in 2-4 tournaments and playday style events. We will continue training outside until December (weather permitting).
Winter: We continue to train in the winter as this is our big season for individual player development. We focus on growing strong fundamentals that will carry us into our Spring and Summer competition.
Spring: Practice time in the Spring is a bit more limited depending on township conflicts. However, we will likely compete in a Spring League on Sundays or schedule various scrimmages/playdays throughout the Spring.
Summer: The summer is the last and biggest season of the year. We will practice 2x/week and then play in about four summer tournaments.