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The first 2017 Baltimore Showcase hosted 165 athletes and 35 college coaches for an intense one-day tournament at Towson University.
The first 2017 Baltimore Showcase hosted 165 athletes and 35 college coaches for an intense one-day tournament at Towson University. With only two turf fields for play, the showcase attracted close to three dozen college coaches, a 4:1 player to coach ratio. High School-aged players graduating in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 traveled from nine states including Texas, Florida, and Illinois to showcase their talent. College coaches traveled from over 10 states including North Carolina, Connecticut, and Tennessee to checkout some of nation’s top lacrosse prospects in action.
The 2017 DI Lacrosse Final Four Towson University Tigers and the 2017 National Champions, Maryland Terrapins headlined the 35 schools in attendance representing DI, DII, and DIII teams. In addition to the college coaches, local high school coaches, including nationally ranked St. Paul's School and Calvert Hall College High School, were on hand to coach the teams throughout the showcase.
COLLEGE COACHES AT THE BALTIMORE SHOWCASE
- Penn State
- St. Mary's
- Davis & Elkins
- Mariam (WI)
- Ohio Northern
HIGH SCHOOL COACHES AT THE BALTIMORE SHOWCASE
- Brooks Matthews - Gilman
- Danny Mulford - Calvert Hall
- Rick Brocato - St. Paul's School for Boys
- Brian Phipps - Archbishop Spalding
- Dane Smith - Saint Andrew's
- Scott Conklin - Episcopal
- Ricky Schwartzberg - Severn
- Jeff Bellistri - Bullis
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