Florida Box Lacrosse Camp 2020
At 3d Lacrosse, we are dedicated to a better lacrosse experience, from our most tenured players down to our youngest beginners. The 3d Florida Box Camp is designed to foster a love for the game through fun, competitive, and intuitive skills training and small sided game-play. Players will learn the fundamental basics of the game through high repetition drills while increasing their lacrosse IQ in fun, small-sided progression games. Athletes will learn the terminology of different concepts and a repertoire of passes, fakes, shots, and dodges that will create confidence and passion.
10am-1pm both days
The Jeff & Penny Vinik Family Club (Boys and Girls Club)
7605 Destin Dr
Tampa, FL 33619
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Coach Kew currently plays for the New England Black Wolves after being selected with the 3rd overall draft pick of the 2019 NLL Draft. This summer, Kew scored the game winning goal of the Major League Lacrosse Championship for the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Kew played his collegiate lacrosse at the University of Tamp where he was named All-Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year and earned All American USILA First Team selection. A native of Oakville, Ontario Kew amassed 259 goals and 75 assists at Tampa. He also recorded 91 ground balls and 24 caused turnovers. For four consecutive years, Kew led the team in goals scored.
Coach Quinlan comes from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada where he grew up playing the box game since the age of 3. Coach played Junior A Lacrosse in the lacrosse hot bed of Peterborough before graduating and playing for the Peterborough Sr. A Lakers alongside legends such as John Grant Jr, Tracey Kelusky and Shawn Evans. While with the Lakers, Quinlan won 2 Ontario and Mann Cup Championships. Coach Quinlan’s collegiate career began at Onondaga Community College where he was a 2 year starter and 2 time National Champion. Quinlan transferred to DII Belmont Abbey College where we was a 2 time Captain and starting Midfielder, ranking top 10 in the country in Points and Points per game as a Senior. Following the completion of his collegiate career, Quinlan stayed on as an Assistant Coach for The Abbey, followed by a year at Queens University of Charlotte.Coach Quinlan currently serves as offensive coordinator for Berkeley Preparatory School