3d New England Boys High School Summer Training Program
3d New England will have a training program for the summer 2018 season. Players will participate in the training dates listed below. Additionally, these training players may have the opportunity to jump in for a tournament if a spot opens up.
Player development and team training is the most important aspect of a youth or scholastic lacrosse player’s experience, but yet 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 playmaking 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.
**PARTICIPATION IN 3D SUMMER TEAMS AND TRAINING BY INVITATION ONLY. Please contact Pete Sessa to inquire.
High School Boys (2019s-2022s)
- Pomfret Training Camp (Pomfret, CT) June 8-10, 2018
- Pomfret Training Camp Check in: June 8, 2018 from 2PM-3:45PM
- Pomfret Training Camp Check out: June 10, 2018 (approx. 8AM-8:30AM)
- Practices: TBD
Pomfret Training Camp Schedule TBD
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For more information, please contact:
Pete Sessa, New England Senior Manager ([email protected])
Suzanne Friedman, New England Coordinator ([email protected])