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Boys’ Events

Sunday, 14th October 2018


Boys’ Events

Club tryouts

Duke’s Nationals tryouts, Saturday, Jan. 12 at Johns Hopkins University, 3-to-6 p.m. Classes of 2023 to 2027.
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Risings Sons Lacrosse Club has openings for youth players.
Players will be added to teams from the Classes of 2024 through 2028. These age groups are coached by elite coaches, including Brian Samson (Villanova & Conestoga), Matt Marasco (Army West Point), Dan Deckelbaum (Avon Grove, MLL & NLL), and Vinnie Bonaddio (Salesianum).
Interested players contact:
New players can participate in with Rising Sons teams at Winter Skills Training Sunday mornings at Maplezone Sports Institute in Garnet Valley.

Team 302 Boys & Girls Supplemental Tryouts and Training.
February 17th @ Kirkwood Outdoor Turf Field, New Castle, DE
Boys 12:30pm-2:00pm 2029-25; Boys 2:00pm-3:30pm 2024-22; Boys 3:30pm-5:00pm 2021-19
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If you are interested in setting up an alternate evaluation please email Team 302 at
Box sessions can be used an an evaluation date:
Boys & Girls Winter Box Lacrosse Indoor Training
Girls Registration Now Open for Non-302 Members – Click here –
5 indoor sessions and 1 outdoor Session $175
**302 Boys and girls members winter training is included in team fee no registration required. Box Training not open to outside boys unless used as an alternate tryout.
Kirkwood Soccer Indoor Complex: 1220 River Road, New Castle, Delaware 19720
(Box Sessions) – Jan 6, 27, Feb 3, 10, 24
Girls 1:00pm-2:30pm All; Boys 2:30pm-4:00pm 2029-25; Boys 4:00pm-5:30pm 2024-22; Boys 5:30pm-7:00pm 2021-19

Coach’s Clinics

The 30th Annual PA Coaches Clinic, sponsored by the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association and the Eastern PA Lacrosse Coaches Association, will be held on Saturday, Jan. 5 at Cabrini University in Radnor.
The event will be held in the Student Center. Admission is free
9:30 Continental Breakfast Provided by Rothman
10:00 Ron Garling, Cabrini assistant Developing the X Man, Cabrini University
10:45 Jamie Lockard, Widener head coach Practice Fast/ Play Fast
11:30 Drawing for Fabulous Door Prizes
11:45 Intermission
12:00 John Nostrant (Haverford School head coach) and Tony Resch (La Salle College High Assistant Head Coach, Team USA) Man up/ Man down
12:45 David Seidman Rule Changes for 2019


NXT Lacrosse Academy (NLA), a training program for committed and uncommitted boys lacrosse players that features elite instruction by many current and former Division I and III coaches. Back for its fourth year, the NXT Lacrosse Academy (NLA) looks to help take the high-performing lacrosse players game to the next level. The program has served over 400 athletes and has sold out each of the previous three years.
The first NLA session begins January 6 and runs every Sunday through January 27. The second session will run on Sundays from February 3 to 24. All sessions will be held at Main Line Sports Center in Berwyn.
To learn more and register for NLA Session I, click here
To learn more and register for NLA Committed Session I, click here
The NLA offers small group, position-based instruction based on Division I training curriculum with elite coaches from former and current college coaching background. Each of the two sessions is broken up into three training groups, middle school (grad years 2023-2025), high school (grad years 2019-2022) and high school committed training (2019-2020). The high school committed training is back after making its debut last year and is only open to 2019 and 2020 committed players, ensuring the highest level of competition.

Quaker Player Development at the University of Pennsylvania “Bubble” in December and January for elite middle school and high school boys’ lacrosse players.
Each session will feature 2 hours of continuous work broken up into two distinct phases: Skill and “Shoot and Save.”
For the first segment of each session, players will work with our staff to progress through stickwork and shooting drills specific to their position with a focus on technique and pace. The second half of each session will be based around LIVE drills with goalies in the cage to challenge shooters to be dialed in on every rep.
All sessions will be held in UPenn’s “Bubble.”, a climate-controlled NCAA regulation field with parking on-site. Sessions will be lead by the University of Pennsylvania staff and players, in addition to other local college coaches on a weekly basis. The full program will run for 5 weeks, and the curriculum will build from week to week to layer skills and concepts.
This program is open to Attack/Midfield/Defensive players (interested goalies, please email for separate details) and will be broken up into High School and Middle School groups. While open to all High School/Middle School players, the pace and coaching is geared towards experienced players and is not a good fit for new players.
Dates/Times: 12/9 5-7pm; 12/16 5-7pm; 1/6 5-7pm; 1/13 5-7pm; 1/27 4-6pm
Location: Penn Park, 3000 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Registration Link:

The 2019 UNC Freshman, Sophomore & Junior Select Camp will take place over two days and nights, Jan. 11-13, giving participants the opportunity to perform in front of the best coaches in college lacrosse! The camp will feature instruction by college coaches as well as games giving participants the chance to showcase their talents on the beautiful campus of the University of North Carolina.
Register Here
See Select Camp website (link to register on menu bar)

Winter Lax Jam clinic, by Warhorse Lacrosse Club, Saturday, January 12, the Phieldhouse Indoor Facility, 814 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123.
The clinic is designed to help build skills for boys in Grades K to 8 in Philadelphia and its surroundings.
Elite instruction will be provided on: Stick Skills, Dodging, Shooting and more.
Warhorse coaches will be joined by partners the MUDD Academy who focus on the development of good footwork and scoring. Other coaches will feature notable Warhorse L.C. college graduates and current college players.
There will be: Games, Prizes, Giveaways and special guest appearances for ALL who attend.
Schedule: K-4th Grade: 12-1:25PM; 5-8th Grade: 1:30-3PM
Cost: $5 per/ participant (bring to event)

FREE open training boys’ lacrosse sessions for middle school players (5th to 7th), by East Coast Power Lacrosse. These three sessions will be held at Competitive Edge in King of Prussia. The focus will be on shooting and footwork. Goalies and defensive players are welcome. Clinics will be run by the ECP Lacrosse coaching staff and program directors. Register for one, or register for all three.
WHEN: Sundays, 12:00-12:50pm, 1/13, 1/27, & 2/10

Haverford School CLS Sunday Winter Clinics. The clinics are open to any high school/middle school or club player in Grades 5 to 12. Participants will be coached in a 2-2.5 hour practice by members of The Haverford School lacrosse coaching staff. Participants will be coached in a program that emphasizes individual and positional skills training in a fun environment, while also learning fundamental offensive and defensive concepts. Two Age Brackets (5th – 8th Grade)(9th – 12th Grade). Max number set based on number per position per age bracket. *Registration is open to all interested. Participation is only limited by total number of participants, positional caps and age. *Clinics will be held outdoors at the Haverford School’s Sabol Field and will run the following days:
Sunday, 12/9; Sunday, 12/16; Sunday, 1/6; Sunday, 1/13; Sunday, 1/20; Sunday, 1/27; Sunday, 2/3; Sunday, 2/10
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For questions, e-mail Brendan Dawson at

Prospect Days

Arcadia University Men’s lacrosse Prospect Camp, Saturday, Jan. 19.
Schedule: 12:00pm Campus Tour/Recruiting Talk led by Head Coach James Purpura
1:00pm College atmosphere practice
2:45pm Team Warm Ups
3:00pm Team Games
4:00pm Conclusion
Cost: $110 Per Camper
Ages of Campers: High School Students
Location: Arcadia University, Jean Lenox West Field, Glenside PA
Attending athletes will be coached by Head Coach James Purpura and the rest of the Arcadia Men’s Lacrosse Coaching Staff. This is an opportunity to gain exposure to Arcadia University and the lacrosse program. Each participant will have the opportunity to further develop their fundamental lacrosse skills at their specific position, enhance their lacrosse IQ, experience a college practice environment, and showcase their skills in front of the Arcadia Coaching Staff. Heavy emphasis is placed on player development with the day wrapping up with full-field competitive games.
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Goalie Clinics

NetNation Winter Goalie School at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy. These clinics are open for boys and girls of all ages.
When: Sundays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Jan 27th, Feb 3rd, Feb 10th, Feb 17th, & Feb 23rd.
Where: Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, 500 W. Willow Grove Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19118
Goalie school is all about getting you ready for your spring season. Brian Dougherty, Drew Adams and their staff breaks down techniques and corrects habits so you can dominate. Live shots, film/chalk talk and drills. Come graduation day on Feb 26th you’ll have the confidence to step between the pipes on March 1st to begin your spring season.

Youth winter training/Clinics

West Chester Lacrosse Association FUTURES, Boys & Girls, Age 3-Kindergarten
The developmental Futures program focuses on lacrosse FUNdamentals including agility, footwork, and hand-eye coordination. The littlest lacrosse players will have a blast during our sessions that incorporate lacrosse skills with games that teach athletic coordination.
Winter Futures are held at Fern Hill Elementary School on Thursdays, January 3rd-February 7th, from 6 PM to 7 PM.
Click here for information on Registration!

1st Start, for boys and girls aged 3 to 7
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Winter Locations:
The Episcopal Academy, Class of 1940 Daniel Dougherty Field House, Newtown Square, PA
TIME: 9 AM – 10 AM, 1/20/19 – 2/24/19 (6 Sundays)
Address: 1785 Bishop White Drive, Newtown Square, PA 19073
Lamb-Miller Field House at Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
TIME: 11-12 PM, 1/20/19 – 2/24/19 (6 Sundays)
Address: 500 College Ave, Swarthmore, PA, 19081
Phield House, Philadelphia, PA
TIME: 9 AM – 10 AM, 01/20/2019 – 02/24/2019
Address: 814 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

NXT Play Fast Training. Ages 7 to 14.
Jan 4 – Jan 25, Fridays, TIME: 5:30 – 7:00 PM – Register here
Jan 5 – Jan 26, Saturdays, TIME: 10:00 – 11:30 AM –
This four-week Play Fast Training is NXT’s fundamental-level program for boys who want to fine-tune their skills and elevate their game. Our professional, high-level coaches work directly with players through our the carefully-designed Play Fast curriculum to challenge all skill levels. Play Fast is designed to maximize quality reps, which is why there’s an 8-to-1 player-to-coach ratio. Players go through four 90-minute weekly sessions of fast-paced, high-energy drills, short lines and lots of small-sided games!
Main Line Sports Center, 1340 W Swedesford Rd., Berwyn, PA 19312

Shipley Lacrosse Winter Clinics for boys aged 4 to 10.
Session I Dates: Sundays December 9th, 16th, January 6th & 13th
Session II Dates: Sundays January 27th, Feb 3rd, 10th & 24th
Location: The Upper School Yarnall Gym on the Main Campus
FREE SWAG ALERT: Be among the first 20 to sign up for our Shipley School Winter Stickwork Academy and receive a FREE Warrior Warp Jr Lacrosse Stick.
Times and ages:
Boys Ages 4 to 7: 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Boys Ages 7 to 10: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

West Chester Lacrosse Association WINTER SKILLS CLINICS
​Boys, 1st-9th grade
Winter Skills Clinics are an instructional and fun lacrosse experience designed to hone skills and lacrosse IQ. Players are grouped by age and ability level to ensure productive sessions. The curriculum focuses on mastering stick skills and technique first, then progressing to competition.
Winter Skills Clinics are held at the Westtown School Athletic Center on Saturdays, January 5th- February 9th, from 3 PM to 6 PM.
Click here to register

Indoor Leagues

Maple Zone/Heritage Lacrosse Boys Indoor Box League. The indoor box league features boards and corners to create a “full box” field to keep the ball in play as much as possible.
The league also utilizes a shot clock to keep the pace of play moving at the speed of box lacrosse
Attackmen and midfielders learn to operate in tight spaces improving their stick skills, passing and shooting accuracy. Defenders cannot use long poles which allows them learn how to properly defend using their body and feet.
For more information and to register, visit

Black Bear Winter Instructional League on Saturdays, starting January 5 at All-Sports Center, Trappe. The sessions are geared to allow beginner to intermediate players in grades 5th-8th the opportunity to learn and compete in fun and engaging environment. Players will be guided and coached by high school head coaches and college lacrosse players in the area.
Players will work on individual skills and team concepts for the first half of practice before participating in a controlled scrimmage against other grade level players. Head Coaches Grady Wise (Boyertown), Bryan Churchey (Perkiomen Valley/2018 Mercury All-Area Coach of the Year and Honorable Mention COY), Blase Cesarone (Pope John Paul II), along with and other Black Bear staff will coach each team.
League will be 7v7 +Goalie for 5th-8th grades
Where? ALL SPORTS CENTER, 1501 West Main Street, Trappe, PA 19426
When? Saturdays, Jan 5, 19, 26 6:30pm-8:00pm
February 2, 9, 16, 23 6:00pm-7:30pm
Who? League is meant for the beginner to intermediate boys in grades 5th,6th,7th, & 8th
Click here to register

High School Winter Training League, by Black Bear Lacrosse, at the All Sports Center in Trappe for players in 9th and 10th grades.
The focus of the league is to allow high school programs in the area the opportunity to work with their freshman-sophomore players to develop their athletic skill sets as well as their team concepts. Each week 40 minutes is given to the high school program to work with their players skill development before playing in a 50 minute controlled game against another high school program or a “Free Agent” Team of mixed high school players.
SEVEN- 90 Minute sessions for your specific teams and “Free Agent” players
-40 minutes of Position-Specific & Team Training with your high school coaches (if signed up as a team) or from qualified Black Bear coaches.
-50 minute Controlled 7v7 Games (2-22 minute running halves)
When? Saturdays 6-7:30pm or 7:30-9pm January 5th, 19th, 26th; February 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd
* Every week players will be exposed to position-specific and team training from either their own high school coach or from a qualified Black Bear coach focusing on player development. Focus areas will include:
* Offense Shooting, Dodge, Pick & Roll, Field Vision, Fundamentals, & off ball exchanges.
* Defense On Ball Positioning, Sliding & Recovering, Communication, Footwork, Checking, & Off Ball Positioning.
* Goalies will be given Hands-On Goalie Instruction focusing on stance, footwork, Hand-Eye Coordination, Clearing, & Communication.
Location:All Sports Center 1501 West Main Street Trappe, PA 19426

Winter Training

Blue Ox Boys Winter Training 2019. The Blue Ox Dodging and Shooting program will push an athlete to develop and perfect five key components to being a dynamic offensive player. Each component listed below will be covered throughout its six-week course on dynamic individual offensive play.
*This will be a demanding program and ONLY 10 Attack and Midfield players will be permitted into the training.
The Blue Ox Lacrosse lockdown defensive program will push an athlete to compete against local offensive players at their level of play. Defensive components will be covered in each session over a six week course.
*This will be a demanding program and ONLY 10 defensive players will be permitted into the training. Each week will provide a new challenge.
The Blue Ox Lacrosse goalie training will only permit 5 players. The first hour of every training session will focus on position specific drills and skills and the last half hour will put they learned in the session to the test against LIVE shooters of the same age. The training sessions will incorporate challenging drills both physically and mentally to push each goalie to strive for greatness. Drills consist of footwork, stick work, and hand eye coordination. The five key components are listed to the right.
Blue Ox High School Boys Training
o Dates: Tuesday’s | January 8, 15, 22, 29 | February 5, 12
o Time: 5:30 – 7:00 PM
o Location: Main Line Sports Center
o Cost: $350
o Available Spots: 10/Field Position, 5/Goalie
Blue Ox Middle School/Youth Boy Training
o Dates: Thursday’s | January 10, 17, 24, 31 | February 7, 14
o Time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM
o Location: Main Line Sports Center
o Cost: $350
o Available Spots: 10/Field Position, 5/Goalie
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Winter box tournaments

AILA Heritage Cup January 19-20, by AILA and Victory Events
Click here for more info and register
SATURDAY January 19
Bantam (2023/24) – The Sportsplex, Feasterville, PA
Pee Wee (2025/26) – The Sportsplex, Feasterville, PA
SUNDAY January 20
Intermediate (2019/20) – The Sportsplex, Feasterville, PA
Midget (2021/22) – Marple Sports Arena, Broomall, PA
Novice (2027/28) – Marple Sports Arena, Broomall, PA

Jan 19/20th
*Two Day Event, Reading Pa
Divisions: 3/4th, 5/6A, 5/6AA, 7/8A

Jan 19/20th
*Two Day Event, Hatfield Pa
Divisions: 7/8AA, HSA, HSAA

Feb 9/10
*One Day Event, Reading Pa
Divisions: 5/6A, 5/6AA, 7/8A, 7/8AA, HSA, HSAA

Victory Winter Championship February 16-17, by AILA and Victory Events
Click here for more info and register
SATURDAY February 16
Bantam (2023/24) – The Sportsplex, Feasterville, PA
Pee Wee (2025/26) – Marple Sports Arena, Broomall, PA
SUNDAY February 17
Intermediate (2019/20) – The Sportsplex, Feasterville, PA
Midget (2021/22) – Marple Sports Arena, Broomall, PA
Novice (2027/28) – Marple Sports Arena, Broomall, PA

Summer Camps

Be Your Best Lacrosse 2019 summer camps for boys and girls in K through Grade 9 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.
Click here to register
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! Camp Shirt/Pinnie & Daily prizes: “Camper of the day”, Hustle Bag, Awards Friday, Gatorade Awards Outstanding instruction – Fundamental drills with an emphasis on improving individual skills Radar Gun for “Fastest Shot” competition & Lacrosse Olympics & special guests.
Location: Wissahickon Middle School, 521 Houston Rd, Ambler PA 19002
Session 1:– June 24th – June 28th (Mon-Fri) 8:30 – 2:30
Session 2: July 8th – July 12th (Mon-Fri) 8:30 – 2:30
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UNC Men’s Camps

Elite Skills Camp – July 13-15, 5th-12th graders
Team Skills Camp and Showcase – July 24-27, for HS teams and individuals
Prospect Camp – July 16, 23 for Classes of 2021-2023
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