At the 2023 level we currently have a full team of 24 boys. The goal of the team is to develop and challenge elite players in the Philadelphia area who are committed to lacrosse year-round.
• NXT Night at the Philadelphia Wings
• NXT Box Season
• NXT Family Meetings
• College Gameday at Drexel
• Hogan's Spring Thaw
• NXT Spring League
• Pennsylvania Invitational
• Keystone Invitational (optional)
• Philly Summer Invitational
• NLF National Championships
• CT Event with True
Throughout the year we provide opportunities for professional evaluations for players to determine their skill set and see if they're a good fit for NXT. Join us for our upcoming evaluations.
NXT hosted its first Nike Training Day on Sunday, September 15th at The Proving Grounds in Conshohocken, PA. The event drew in all NXT families and alumni to kick off the start of the new season as well as the multi-year partnership with Nike for the launch of the new Nike Huarache 7 cleat line, exclusive to the NXT boys and girls lacrosse high school lacrosse clubs.
Throughout the day, high school teams were escorted to a private room for a special unboxing experience that provided NXT athletes with an exclusive look at the new cleats yet to be publicly released. Each athlete received a pair of cleats and was among the first in the country to receive them.
It's important to us to help our athletes have readily available information to them regarding the committment process as they progress in their career. This year, we started our first recruiting night where we highlighted best practices for DI, DII, and DIII and featured NXT Lacrosse Club, Duke's Lacrosse Club, and Headstrong Foundation. Filmed by NLV Productions, you can watch the entire recruiting night here.
Our club teams challenge and develop players who are committed to lacrosse year-round. Constant communication, individual feedback, and professionally trained coaches are infused into each NXT Lacrosse Club team.
The All-American defenseman at Trinity, a NXT Lacrosse Club NXT 2014 alum, was locked in to fulfill his dream of playing Division I lacrosse at the College of the Holy Cross. He knew that the commitment was significant and that he'd start at the bottom of the depth chart, especially as a raw prospect coming out of a non-hotbed area. At the same time, it was Division I lacrosse with top-of-the-line academics, so there wasn't a whole lot to dislike.
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