Alabama Lacrosse Camp 2019
3d Lacrosse is excited to bring our Box-Field Hybrid methodology to Alabama! We will be running a four-day camp at Sicard Hollow Athletic Complex in Vestavia Hills. Players will learn the basics of throwing and catching to advanced shooting, dodging, defending and other elite methodology. Lunch break from 12pm-1pm for full day attendees.
3d Lacrosse training is proven to bring players' skills to the next level. The focus of camp will be on player development and lacrosse IQ using small-sided drills where players will get more touches throughout camp. The tempo of practice will propel players out of their comfort zone and drive dramatic improvements over the four days of camp.
June 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th
Full Day: 9am-3pm
Half Day: 9am-12pm
Sicard Hollow Athletic Complex
4851 Sicard Hollow Rd, Vestavia Hills, AL 35242
Full Day: $275/player
Half Day; $200/player
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James Leary, Georgia Manager. James comes to 3d with a wealth of playing and coaching experience. A 2018 graduate from University of Vermont, James was a close defender on the Catamounts Division I Men’s lacrosse team for four seasons. He lead the team as a captain during his junior and senior years. He started all but two of 62 games during the course of his career. He set the UVM career record for caused turnovers with 69 and finished sixth all-time in ground balls with 155.
Randy Nace, Vestavia Lacrosse Organization Head Coach. Coach Nace took over as Head Coach at Vestavia High School in 2011 and was named Alabama Lacrosse coach of the year. In 2012 he was named the head lacrosse coach at The University of Alabama, where they made the SELC tournament. After a short stint at Alabama, Coach Nace returned to Vestavia High School as the head coach and lead the Rebels to five state championship appearances. Alabama Lacrosse Coach of the year 2011 and 2017, as well as being inducted into the Alabama Lacrosse Association Hall of Fame in 2018.