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Pinecrest Academy's inagural Top Shelf Lacrosse camp for girls will ne held June 12-16.
Recieve expert training in an intimate setting from some of the areas top coaches.
for more information contact Neil Solloway at [email protected]
|Posted by ScottByers on January 2, 2014 at 11:50 AM||comments (0)|
In an effort to increase visibility and help grow the sport, the Augusta Lacrosse Club, in conjuction with the Columbia County Recreation Department, is bringing college lacrosse to Blanchard Woods Park. On Saturday, Jan.25 at 2:30 p.m., the NAIA Emmanuel College Lions and Point University Skyhawks will take the field, scrimmaging in preparation for the beginning of their seasons. It will be part of a day of lacrosse at the park. Before the game, there will be a shooting clinic for area youths. Jeff Becker, president of the Augusta Lacrosse Club, was able to use his connections with the coaches of both schools. As coach of Greenbrier High School, Becker saw sophomore Alan Troutman and freshman Phillip Yount head to Emmanuel College while freshmen Bobby Bennett and Greg Wilson will take the field for Point. Becker got the idea after the players were recruited to the colleges. “We kind of thought about it for a while, having a tournament or something like that here when a couple of our guys signed at Emmanuel and a couple of our guys signed at Point,” said Becker. Both college coaches were eager to be a part of the day. “The Augusta Lacrosse Association is pulling out all the bells and whistles to make this a great day of lacrosse for the area,” said Emmanuel head coach Patrick Johnston. “I want to thank everyone involved, especially Jeff Becker, for making this happen. We are honored to help showcase two Christian colleges and lacrosse to the Augusta area in this great event.” Johnston was glad to have an exhibition of this nature before his season begins. “Our exhibition versus Point will help us sharpen up for our last run at the SELC (SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference) Championship this year before our move to NCAA D-II and Conference Carolinas next year,” Johnston said. The event is free to those under 18 years old and $5 for those 18 and older. BY AUGUSTA CHRONICLE SCOTT ROUCH STAFF WRITER TWITTER @SCOTTROUCH
|Posted by nksolloway on December 16, 2013 at 4:20 PM||comments (0)|
Join Georgia’s HOMETOWN ALL-AMERICANS for a 2-Day Clinic of TRUE instruction featuring incredible players specializing at different positions and presented in an intimate setting.
This is the perfect camp to sharpen your skills over the holiday with True Lacrosse’s proven methods, top coaches and HOMETOWN ALL-AMERICANS directing every session, ensuring each player receives individual, thorough attention.
These girls are among the best lacrosse players from Georgia, playing at top programs across the country and will help you step up your game.
For more details and to register click HERE
Open Door Lacrosse, a division of the Foundation, is hosting a benefit tournament on Jan 4, 2013 at Decatur High School. There will be various teams from around the state playing a 7v7 format to raise funds for the organization. The proceeds will go towards the aquisition of equipment for use by players with hardships both financially and other.
Come join us for this very competitive and fun day of great Lacrosse!
US National Team Player Clinics in December!
The US National Men’s and Women’s team members will be in Atlanta this December for a player clinic on skills and drills! The boys clinic will be held on December 7 and the girls clinic will be held on December 14. Both events will be held at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta.
You can find additional information and register on the US Lacrosse website.
Another event powered by the Georgia Lacrosse Foundation!
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