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Roseville Boys Lacrosse Training!
True Lacrosse MN is excited to partner with Roseville Youth Lacrosse Association to bring 8 hours of training exclusively to Roseville athletes.
The training will be led by True Lacrosse's qualified staff and will be open to the first 25 players that register!!!! The training takes place at True Lacrosse's brand new indoor training facility located right off 35W and 494.
Minnesota Lacrosse Academy is pleased to announce its 2014/2015 Indoor Clinic schedule at Adrenaline Sports Center in Coon Rapids. Development opportunities exist for new and experienced field players, in addition to a goalie-specific clinic taking place in December.
Welcome to the fastest growing sport in the country! Lax 101 will educate you, both on and off the field, about how to play lacrosse. Learn the game, practice fundamentals and play the game. Use Lax 101 to build yourself a solid foundation with confidence in launching your future lacrosse success!
Ready for your game to really take off? Lax 301 will expand your on-field lacrosse knowledge through a series of skill-building techniques and multiple repetitions. From draw controls to scoring and everything in between, utilize Lax 201 to refine your skills and be ready to peak come spring!
Is there a more important position on the field than GK? Simple answer, no, most people don't want any part of trying to stop a ball being thrown at them. For those that want to excel at 'controlling chaos,' a 4-week clinic to ease into the upcoming season is just the answer.
Who: Goalies who strive to get better
When: Saturdays, December 6 - December 27, 10:00am - 11:00am
Welcome to the 2014-15 MN Goalie Holiday Training Registration!
This registration session will allow you to sign consents, complete contact information and submit payment for the 2014-15 MN Goalie Holiday Training hosted by MN ELITE GIRLS LACROSSE and TCM LACROSSE.
To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or PayPal account information available. Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account fromREG.NGIN.COM.
GREAT WAY TO PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING SPRING SEASON!
Take advantage of this holiday training to prepare and get the edge to showcase your abilities
and lead your team to a state title!
Holiday Training Details
Minnesota's ONLY lacrosse goalie-centric holiday training
2014-15 East Metro Saturday Morning Girls’ Lacrosse - Grades 7-12
Concordia Sea Foam Stadium Dome -1380 Concordia Avenue, Saint Paul
Saturday Mornings 7:30 – 9:00
November 15th – March 28th (November 15th, 22nd, 20th; December 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th; January 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th. 31th; February 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th; March 14th, 21st, and 28th)
Improve With Small Field Game Play and Expert Instruction
40 minutes of lacrosse training provided by S.E.C. high school coaches followed by 50 minute competitive small field games each Saturday
Instruction provided for all skills levels
Small field cross-field play with regulation center draw circle and full size scoring areas
Small game format guarantees frequent touches and enhanced skill development
8-team format – players will be assigned to teams and lines based on high school affiliation and playing experience
Registration and Payment:
Registration opens 9/30. Register early, as this league will fill fast.
Option 2: $175 - any 10 sessions - Link for registration: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=4:84699 - this is the best option for girls who participate in a winter sport – if you are planning to play after the conclusion of your winter sport season make sure you register now as this option will fill early
All players must be US Lacrosse members
Payment is made to Stillwater Girls’ Lacrosse Booster Organization through PayPal during online registration
Players must supply their own numbered reversible practice jersey
The East Metro Girls’ Lacrosse Nov – Dec League is sponsored and organized by the Stillwater Girls’ Lacrosse Booster Organization - contact Deb Dahl for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
SGLBO Refund Policy: Refunds prior to the first day of the league will have a $10.00 processing fee deducted. No refunds will be given after the first day of the league play.
Direct payment questions to Ruth Crepeau: email@example.com
Homegrown Lacrosse offers a great training program this winter:
Lax Boot Camp (Jan/Feb): Homegrown Lacrosse's Winter Boot Camp is a high intensity, high tempo and high energy training program designed to get players ready for tryouts and the spring season. The program challenges players to improve their abilities from both a conditioning and a skills perspective. Each session features progressive position specific instruction as well as high repetition skill drills. Every minute of field time is used to heighten player's on-field IQ while building endurance and lacrosse specific muscle memory. Click here for more information and here for registration.
New US Lacrosse Youth Rules & Best Practices Guidebooks
New US Lacrosse Youth Rules and Best Practices Guidebooks Now Available
US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, is in the midst of a comprehensive effort to improve the quality of experience for everyone associated with youth lacrosse. A key component of this effort is the development of consistent national rules that are based on the physical, cognitive and psychological development stages of children. The US Lacrosse youth rules have been developed with those stages in mind to focus on player development, team play, sportsmanship and safety.
The Youth Rules and Best Practices Guidebooks are intended as educational tools for players, parents, coaches, officials and administrators to help explain the rules and the rationale behind the rules. The best practices included in these books are as important as the rules. They provide guidelines for youth lacrosse organizations to make sure the emphasis is where it should be – on the health and well-being of the children playing the sport, and their enjoyment and development in the game.