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Support and watch CityStix Alum Grace Dines #14 at VCU
Four CityStix players were recognized as US Lacrosse Academic All Americans : Grace Dines, Kelly Scollard, Kate Weatherby & Lindsay Van Beck
Over 2,000 nominations from coaches, principals, athletic directors, teachers and parents were submitted, representing over 150 public and private schools for the Georgia Positive Athlete Award. Lindsay Van Beck won for Girls Lacrosse. UPDATE: Lindsay also was recognized by Northside Hospital for Outstanding Leadership.
The College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience will host the second annual Georgia Positive Athlete Awards at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 2 at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta.
KSU is hosting a youth co-ed clinic for ages 4-7 as well as a girls youth clinic grades 4-8 from June 8th-June 12th. \ You can find more information at www.owlslacrossecamps.com.
As part of its mission to make lacrosse accessible to everyone, A.C. Flight will be offering a Free Clinic at Walden Middle School. Lasting two hours, the clinic is open to all Middle and High School girls and will provide an example of the structured practices found on the college level.
Afterwards, Flight will have a kick off 3V3 evaluation at 2:30-4:00pm for graduating 2016, 2017 and 2018 players interested in the Elite team. Elite players will begin practice in February and have one per month until the Summer season begins.
LOCATION — CHANGED
Walden Middle School Field
320 Irwin St NW
Middle & High School Girls
12:00 – 2:00 PM
Bring stick, google, mouth piece, water bottle
Elite Team Tryouts (Free)
Graduating 2016, 2017, 2018
Interested 2019’s contact directly
3 v 3 evaluation 2:30 – 4:00 PM
Winter Girls Lacrosse Coaches Clinic
December 6th, 2014
At Kennesaw State University
3200 George Busbee Parkway NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Owls Lacrosse Camps at Kennesaw State is hosting a winter coaches clinic, running in conjunction with our Toys for Tots Charity Clinic. Coaches will receive lunch and a drill booklet that will cover all aspects of the game including sample practice plans. These drills will be run during the clinic for coaches observation. The clinic is devoted to drills and strategies for coaches to teach at every level. Including parents who just want to learn more about the game and the recruiting process.
Remember recruiting contact rules differ by Division. Go to the NCAA Recruiting Website for Division 1 rules.
September 1st thru November 25 is a Contact period for Seniors for all Divisions.
However November 10 – 13th is a Dead Period
And Evaluations may only occur for the three weekends in November 8 – 9, 15 – 16 and 22-23.
Basically, Division 1 and 2 coaches may not attend tournaments to evaluate prospective students except for those three weekends. This also means that Friday of Presidents Cup does not include Division 1 and 2 coaches. However, this does not limit Division 3 coaches
Moreover, D3 coaches are actively seeking and evaluating players during the fall. Good luck and make contact.
Owls Lacrosse Camps at Kennesaw State is hosting their first girls lacrosse clinic of the 14-15 season on September 13th and includes top instruction from the current Division I coaching staff. OLC is offering a one day, three hour instructional clinic that will cover all aspects of the game. The clinic will feature small group instruction with athletes organized by age (10-18) and skill level. A Goalie Specialist is available so goalies are welcome!
September 13 Check in 11:00 AM
Clinic 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Location: Kennesaw State University Athletic Complex – 3200 George Busbee Parkway NW – Kennesaw, GA 30144
What To Bring:
• Lacrosse Stick • Goggles • Mouthguard
• Athletic Footwear • Water Bottle • Goalie Equipment (If Applicable)
**Instruction will be played on grass.
Featuring Kennesaw State Coaching Staff:
• KSU Head Coach Kristina Llanes
• KSU Assistant Coach, Director of Owls Lacrosse Camps, Staci Williams
• KSU Assistant Coach, Goalie Specialist, Amy Martin
• Current KSU Team Members
Sorry, no refunds. We run camps in the rain, however, if canceled due to inclement weather, camp credit slip will be issued for future Owls Lacrosse Camps or KA&E Camps.
For More Information or Questions Contact:
Staci Williams | 757.630.0301 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Find a friend and find a wall. Practice your fundamentals. Run sprints.
A number of programs offer Fall Ball programs on Sundays that include clinics from college coaches and competition play.
If you can get a group of girls together, enter a 7 x 7 tournament.
Also, consider joining a club team. Tryouts are generally held in November.