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Boys’ Events

Sunday, 14th October 2018


Boys’ Events

Club tryouts

PENN*LAX Tryouts on Nov. 25-27 at XL Sports World (Hatfield) and Maple Zone Institute (Garnet Valley).
Each team has TWO tryouts. Attendance at both is not mandatory but HIGHLY recommended.
Sunday Nov 25,
1:00-2:30pm, 2025 and 2026
2:45-415pm, 2023 and 2024
4:30-6:00pm, High School
Monday Nov 26, Maplezone Sports Institute (Garnet Valley, PA)
6:00-7:30pm, 2023 and 2024
7:30-9:00pm, High School
Tuesday Nov 27, Maplezone Sports Institute (Garnet Valley, PA)
6:00-7:30pm, 2025 and 2026
Register here

Prospect Camps

Immaculata University Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day on Nov. 18. The Prospect Day is designed for high school players in grades 9th through 12th, and who have a desire to play collegiate lacrosse. Prospective student-athletes will have the opportunity to work with and be evaluated by the Immaculata men’s lacrosse coaching staff. Players will also have the opportunity to tour the campus.
Times: 12pm-3pm
Ages:High School (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
*Limited to the first 50 participants (max 6 goalies)
Registration link:

St. Joe’s Fly with the Hawks Elite Prospect Day by the St. Joseph’s University Men’s Lacrosse Program.
Ages: High School Class of 2019, 2020 & 2021
Date: December 2,
Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Click here to register
The Fly With The Hawks Elite Prospect Day is designed for elite 2019, 2020 and 2021 players that we have seen play and/or who have a strong interest in Saint Joseph’s University. This camp will provide high level instruction from the SJU staff and players while giving participants the opportunity to showcase their ability against top level competition. The camp will include a presentation segment designed to give insight into the life of a college lacrosse player, an overview of the SJU program and helpful information about the recruiting process. We also include a Q&A session with current players. On the field we focus instruction on fundamentals, position work, and competitive simulations. We expose players to the same drills we run during our practice sessions. Our hope is that you leave Hawk Hill having improved your game and with greater understanding of what it takes to play at the college level. Lunch is provided for all players and after the conclusion of camp we offer a complete campus tour.

The 2019 UNC Freshman, Sophomore & Junior Select Camp will take place over two days and nights, 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)


The Ascension Lacrosse Academy, a non-travel club training and development program solely focused on player development for boys in Grades 5 through 8, is being launched in November. The program is purposely designed not to interfere with any club program in any way and the teams will not be traveling to tournaments but rather focus solely on intermittent training locally for top tier players in the Philadelphia area.
The program is designed to maximize player:coach ratios and so there are a very limited number of slots per position per grade. There will be 25 players (6A 6D 9M 2G 2LSM) per grade. The Academy has assembled an elite cast of coaches from the Philly region.
Entire program information can be found on the website:
Players must apply (free) at and once applications are reviewed over the next few weeks directors will send out registration email links and once position maximums are filled (limited slots) players will be notified of a waitlist.
( Application is free and takes 30 seconds and registration links or waitlist notifications will be sent out the week of October 15th)
Academy Directors: John Nostrant, Academy Director, Matt DiRocco, Academy Director, Marc Petrone, Curriculum Director

Freedom Lacrosse Academy on five Sundays in December at ASC Thorndale. The position specific training is open to players from any club and will feature instruction from current Division I, II and III coaches as well as top area high school coaches and former MLL/NLL players.
Dates: Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Times: Attack 11:30-1 p.m.
Midfield 1-2:30 p.m.
Defense 2:30-4 p.m.
Location: ASC Thorndale, 3527 Lincoln Highway, Thorndale, PA `19372

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:

Cost: Spots are limited and will fill quickly! The entire 5-week program runs $350, and will fill on a first-come basis. Please send checks (made payable to “Invictus Lacrosse”) to: Dave Page, 461 Olympic Ave., Havertown, PA 19083

Fall HS Tournaments

North Penn Turkey Shootout on Saturday November 24th.
PIAA Officials
25 minute running halves
3 games per team
Game times: 8am-2pm
Play day format: JV and Varsity Level at North Penn High School
Register today: Rick Smith

Fall Club Tournaments

Quaker Laxfest Session #2 , Sunday November 11th, has a few remaining slots available for 2022 and 2023 club teams. The event will be played at the MSI Sports Village in Aston PA, and will feature 10 teams in each class. Each team will play three games.
More information on the event can be found at
Interested teams should contact

Box training

Team 21 Box Experience, a South Jersey program directed by 8 year National Lacrosse League pro Kevin Crowley and 2X Major League Lacrosse Champion Dom Sebastiani. Players will receive 6 box lacrosse training sessions at the state of the art Wings Training Center and will also compete in the Maple Leaf Kickoff box lacrosse tournament at the end of November. The experience is powered by Fusion Lacrosse.
Practices Dates:
October 13, 20, 27 ; 5/6 Team 9:00-10:30am ; 7/8 Team 10:30-12:00pm
November 7, 12, 19 ; 5/6 Team 6:00-7:00pm ; 7/8 Team 7:00-8:00pm
Practice Location:
Wings Training Facility
601 Laurel Oak Rd.
Voorhees Township, NJ
Click here to register

American Indoor Lacrosse Association Winter Box Lacrosse Programs, the 422Sportsplex in Pottstown. Registration is now open for the AILA’s Youth Box Developmental Academy and its AILA422 tournament teams. Run by AILA President and Former Team Canada Head Coach/GM Johnny Mouradian the AILA is one of the area’s elite instruction-based box lacrosse programs. The AILA has worked with local club programs such as Mesa, Olde English, as well as Black Bear to develop the box lacrosse skill sets of its top tier programs.
Programs Being Offered:
1. Youth Box Developmental Academy- Open to Boys 2nd through 8th grade, players will receive SIX-90 minute training sessions focusing on the bio-mechanics of BOX Lacrosse from the AILA’s Professional staff of Coaches.
DATES: Saturday’s Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22
TIMES: Between 10am-5:30pm specific times according to age/grade TBD
AILA Tournament Teams AIL422- Open to boys of Intermediate to Advanced skill levels SIX to SEVEN 90 minutes training sessions with “Club Level” Players and player in TWO-THREE Box Lacrosse Team events locally and get training from the AILA’s Top-Tier Coaching Staff. Teams Offered: Novice (grades 3/4), Pee Wee (grades 5/6), Bantam (grades 7/8), Midget (grades 9/10), Intermediate (grades 11/12)
DATES: Saturdays Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, Dec. 15, Dec. 22, Jan 6
(10am-5:30pm, time per grade TBD) 1.5 Hours of training each week

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

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

November 25/26th
*One Day Event, Hatfield Pa
Divisons: 5/6A, 5/6AA, 7/8A, 7/8AA, HSA, HSAA

December 28,29,30th
*Two Day Event, Hatfield Pa
Divisions: 3/4, 5/6A, 5/6AA, 7/8A, 7/8AA, HSA, HSAA

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

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