Youth Lacrosse Clinics

Youth Lacrosse Clinics2019-01-17T18:22:39+00:00

Box Lacrosse Training

Session 2: February 6 – March 6
5 weeks – $80

Middle School – 7:00-8:00pm
High School – 8:00-9:00pm

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What do the majority of the Top-20 scorers in NCAA lacrosse have in common? They all play box lacrosse. Develop the stick skills and lacrosse IQ that box lacrosse teaches. Training sessions will feature fast paced, box-specific training combined with scrimmage time. Players will develop stick skills, transition offense and defense, scoring ability, and lacrosse IQ. Box goalie pads are available to use for goalies.

Learn from the best: At the University of Maryland, Coach Martinello was a 2x All-American and Scoring Leader. He was a #1 Draft Pick, a member of Team Canada, a 2x All-Pro, MVP, and ranks #1 All-Time in Assists for the Detroit Turbos. He won 8 Consecutive Division titles as coach of the Windsor Clippers, and was recently inducted into the Windsor Hall of Fame for his vast success as both a player and coach.

How is box lacrosse different than field lacrosse?

A select group of players from this clinic will be invited to participate with PLG in regional box lacrosse tournaments. This invite-only team will not have tryouts.

Advanced Shooting

Coming Fall 2019

Learn the skills that helped Coach Greaney lead all of NCAA DII in Goals and Goals per game. Players will learn how to increase power and accuracy, and will have their form analyzed/improved using our slow-motion video analysis tools. Class sizes are limited in order to ensure maximum individual attention. Please note that this class is advanced, and is intended for players with proficient stick skills. This six-week session will help players master fundamental shooting techniques, learn deceptive shooting skills, and understand advanced scoring concepts.

Beginners / Mini Stix

Coming Fall 2019

Mini Stix: This fun, safe, and exciting introduction to lacrosse is a great way to learn the game, develop hand-eye coordination, and have a blast with friends! Using soft sticks and balls, this clinic teaches the fundamentals of the sport of lacrosse through a series of age-appropriate games and drills. No equipment is required.

Beginners: As the fastest growing sport in the country, lacrosse is attracting new players every day. Come see what all the excitement is about in this fun and safe introduction to the sport. Players will learn how to pass, catch, cradle, scoop, and shoot. No equipment or previous experience is required. Players are welcome to bring their own sticks or they can borrow one for the class.

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The PLG Difference is not simply a slogan or catch phrase. The PLG Difference represents what we provide–a comprehensive program and system of lacrosse development for players. The PLG Difference represents years’ worth of coaching and playing experience from our network of professional high school and college coaches. The PLG Difference is evident in every player’s growth and development.

The PLG Difference is defined by our instructional-based training method. We train, we re-train, we correct, we improve, and we help our players excel by teaching them the fundamentals of the game including; how to properly catch, pass, shoot, dodge, defend and more. We create fundamentally sound lacrosse players with a strong lacrosse IQ and a solid understanding of the game.

The Premier Lacrosse Group believes it is critical for players to begin with the proper fundamentals from the first time he or she picks up a stick. The sooner a player experiences The PLG Difference, the more likely he/she is to develop to recognize his/her fullest potential. Our unparalleled dedication to coaching is driven by our passionate coaches with proven track records of coaching success. We deliver our superior training throughout the year, allowing lacrosse players at all levels become better, more confident athletes.

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