Director of Girls Lacrosse Education & Club / Coach
The NXT Lacrosse Academy (NLA) is our elite summer camp for high-performing lacrosse players driven to take their game even higher. Our program matches a player’s intensity with small-group, position-based instruction built on Division I training curriculum. This isn't time to run through the motions in your average drill.
Players will receive constant feedback from our team of staple and guest coaches. We keep group sizes small while players work with positional experts.
Players attending the NLA will participate in fast-paced drills in an intense and competitive setting. Any player in rising grades 7-9 is encouraged to complete the registration form by clicking the link above. In order to provide an optimum training experience, registration space for the (NLA) NXT Lacrosse Academy is limited by grad year and position. A two-step registration process ensures an accurate number of players fill out pre-determined grad-year and position allocations. Wait-listed players are processed on a weekly basis and will be notified when they have been removed from the waitlist. At that time, they will also receive a notification to pay their invoice to complete the final step of the registration process.
The curriculum changes every year and every session. Our full-time lacrosse training staff is constantly brainstorming innovative training methods and drills. You won't see the same drill twice at the NLA.
The Draw: the specialist, the circle, and the line
Foot Fire: Explosive footwork and decision-making for the modern defender
Becoming a Sniper: Shooting mechanics for warriors
As our community continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to return to a semblance of normalcy and initiate our summer camps in a somewhat traditional style. The guidelines provided below are based on guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and US Lacrosse Return to Play Recommendations. As we work to return to normal, this new normal will likely be different than what we are used to. We must continue to combat the spread of COVID-19 to protect our stakeholders and to prevent an outbreak from occurring and setting our community back.