The focus of the youth club teams is on developing individual player skills and team concepts with age appropriate drills and competition. The 3/4th grade division plays a 7v7 format that allows them to apply those skills and concepts and prepare them for future 12v12 play. We strike the perfect balance between challenging our youngest players and having a blast while doing so!
• Fall Classic
• The Crown
• NXT Spring Play Day Series
• The Crab Cake
• The All-American
• The Trident
Throughout the year we provide opportunities for players to receive professional feedback from our elite educators. Participants will have the opportunity to test skills against current NXT players. Live a day in the life of a NXT club team member of your grad year and receive a professional evaluation within 72 hours of being evaluated! **during late spring/summer written evaluation will NOT be provided due to the proximity to summer tryouts.
If you're interested in the opportunity to play for the team at a tournament, you can also register to be a guest player at the link below.
Our 2030 club team practices 1x a week in the fall from September to November and competes in 2 fall tournaments. Players also participate in Nike Training Day and have access to our Play Fast training.
Our 2030 team practices indoors 2x in the winter. Players will also have access to our Play Fast Training.
Our 2030 team participates in the NXT Spring Play Day series which takes place over 2-3 Sundays in April and May as well as 2-3 team practices. We also take a club field trip to a college lacrosse game each spring.
This past January, NXT introduced a new program available to girls in the 2023 - 2027 grad years to acclimate them to the world of indoor box lacrosse. This 2-week program took place at Steelyard Sports in King of Prussia and focused on understanding the rules, language, and strategies as well as offensive and defensive fundamentals of box lacrosse.
NXT Girls Lacrosse Division was founded in the fall of 2015 under the directorship of former NCAA Division I head coach turned club director, Kate Henwood. Four years later, Coach Henwood has now become an Executive Vice President at NXT, and has since turned the reins over to three impressive hires, all with DI coaching experience. It has come as no surprise that NXT Girls Lacrosse has quickly emerged as a Philadelphia Powerhouse, and now boasts a fourteen team portfolio from 2020-2029 graduation years.