La Jolla Country Day Girls - Spring 2020
La Jolla Country Day School youth girls lacrosse program will be powered by 3d Lacrosse. 3d Lacrosse is excited to continue training this spring with the full spring recreational lacrosse training program.
LJCD girls grades 1st - 8th will be provided a platform to train and compete in weekend competition in the SDGLA Spring Rec league.
Youth Spring Agenda
3d will enter several youth girls teams into the SDGLA Spring Rec League
- February – May Training twice a week
- 12+ training sessions
- 8 League Games (SDGLA will release the schedule at the end of February)
- No training or games the weeks of spring break (March 21 - April 5, 2020)
Training is our top priority; creating a highly intuitive environment designed to maximize reps and small-sided methodology to help build an individual’s positional skill-set but also knowledge in team concepts. Our organized curriculum is designed to foster a player’s potential in all facets of the game. 'All position - no position' to increase players all-around lacrosse IQ in dodging/finishing, defense, special situations such as 8m free position and draw/circle play are skills each player should possess some familiarity. Experience in all aspects of the game has the ability to uncover one's unique 'knack' for a particular position/facet within the game.
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Our training option is available for anyone interested and we will send out invites to players interested in participating in tournaments. For more information please reach contact [email protected]
Why 3d Lacrosse?
3d is excited to provide fun progressive girls lacrosse training to the southern California community. Training, fostering ones love for the game, creating a competitive judgement free environment, and challenging the ‘norm’ through our progressive take on girls training is what we hope to bring to the SoCal community.
- Organized Practice with all coaches operating from the same Practice Plan for program continuity & efficiency
- A methodology & terminology helped created by Syracuse University Asst. Women’s coach Regy Thorpe
- Elite coaches with high school and collegiate playing & coaching experience
- Virtual playbook
- Organized Team Bonding
1st - 2nd grades
The teams will train for two hours on Sundays. Games will be jamboree style on three/four dates. Games will be scheduled by the SDGLA.
3rd - 4th grades
The team will train on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm and for two hours on Sundays. Games will be scheduled by the SDGLA.
5th - 6th grades: Middle School
The team will train on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm and for two hours on Sundays. Games will be scheduled by the SDGLA. Team(s) will play 8 games throughout the regular season then compete with their team in a county wide tournament in mid-May (TBD).
7th - 8th grades: Middle School
This team will train on campus during PE on Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu from 2:00-2:50 pm. Games will be on either Saturdays or Sundays. Games will be scheduled by the SDGLA. Team(s) will play 8 games throughout the regular season then compete with their team in a county wide tournament in mid-May (TBD).
- La Jolla Country Day School
- JCC Sports fields across Eastgate Mall Rd from the LJCD campus.
- Kelly Curran – Div II University of Southern New Hampshire, Cathedral Catholic Asst, 3d Girls Master Coach
- Tom Bragg - 3d SoCal Director
- Eric Dance - 3d SoCal Manager
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