3d Oregon Girls Fall 2020 Tryouts
3d Oregon is excited to announce tryouts for our Fall-Winter 2020 Select Teams.
We will be holding tryouts on September 20th for girls graduation years 2022 – 2029. Players are encouraged to come out for training with 3d Lacrosse and immerse themselves in a unique teaching and learning experience.
This year the Fall-Winter season will run from October 2020 to January 2021. All players will register for an enhanced train-only season with options to register for one to three Fall-Winter tournaments. Specific information about the season schedule, including practice times/location and tournaments, will be posted shortly.
If you ask college coaches at any level, they will all agree: Player development and team training is the most important aspect of a youth or scholastic lacrosse player’s experience, however this tends to be the least emphasized component of club lacrosse nationwide. 3d Lacrosse consistently produces structured training camp scenarios that foster learning and rapid player development that will undoubtedly help a player achieve a higher level of overall performance.
Players will be immersed in the 3d Lacrosse Methodology, which thrusts them into high-speed, high-repetition, scenarios featuring play-making in tight spaces and small-sided learning environments. The result is an accelerated development of player IQ and stick skills, as players benefit from a far greater number of touches in these scenarios than what is typically provided by a traditional field lacrosse practice.
The tempo of a 3d Lacrosse training session and the tactics being used will produce nothing short of a Division I lacrosse practice environment. Players training with 3d Lacrosse will learn X's and O's and skills from some of the country’s most experienced lacrosse coaches who have been trained in the 3d Methodology and bring a wealth of lacrosse knowledge from a wide variety of backgrounds in the sport. Leading our girls coaching staff is Susan Bankowski who was a High School All-American that played for Johns Hopkins and Brian Small who was an All-Star college player, professional MLL player with the Baltimore Bayhawks and head coach at John Carroll University.
2022 - 2029
Saturday, October 3rd
Youth (2029-2025): 1:00 pm – 2:45 pm
High School (2024-2021): 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Hidden Creek Polo Club
2700 SW Homesteader Rd
West Linn, OR 97068
**Registration for tryouts is non-refundable
3d Lacrosse has a strict No Refund Policy. Please review our policy at your convenience and consider purchasing the third party insurance offered by Registration Saver, an AIG product.
For more information, please contact:
Shannon Cruwys, Coordinator, Oregon