Lacrosse, the fastest-growing sport in the country, combines some of the best aspects of other sports into one sport, allowing players of all sizes and skill sets the ability to contribute.
The Brine National Lacrosse Academy offers middle school girls currently in grades 6-8 (grad years 2018, 2019 and 2020) with an opportunity to test their skills and capability against other players in a well-structured format that combines individual drill competition and game play. Players that demonstrate the highest level of potential at each tryout will be invited to attend the Brine National Lacrosse Academy in Maryland, June 30-July 3, 2014. Teams are not grade specific and may combine the top-ranked players from each grade level.
Participants must be in good academic standing and aspire to play lacrosse at the highest level in high school.
The Brine National Lacrosse Academy now enters it’s 3rd year now under the direction of Kristen Waagbo, Duke University, Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach. Participants will take part in a daily curriculum based on position instruction, human performance, sport psychology and game competition where players and teams are instructed and coached by an NCAA collegiate lacrosse coach from top programs such as, Duke, Elon, USC, Florida, Towson, Old Dominion, Fairfield, Monmouth, Temple, Rutgers, Princeton, Hofstra, and others.