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2020 SPRING LOYOLA YOUTH
by posted 02/18/2020

 

 

2020 LOYOLA YOUTH SPRING LACROSSE 

LOCATION:  LOYOLA ACADEMY MUNZ CAMPUS
1901 JOHNS DRIVE  
GLENVIEW, IL 60025

First Date: Feb 29th

Location: Loyola Academy West Gym
1100 North Laramie Avenue
Wilmette, IL 

Time: 9am-11am

 

Our program has practices or games six days a week Tuesday-Sundays.  Practices are typically 2hrs long.  Weekday practices 6pm-till dark or 8 pm.  And weekend practices typically start at 9am.   Also included are all games, tournaments and clothing/gear for the spring.  No add on costs.  

 

We believe in practice first.  Players need to come to practice as much as possible so we can monitor both individual and team progress.  If you cannot make every practice because of another sport please let us know.  Each boy will be challenged mentally and physically.  The coaching and training involved will help prepare your son for high school lacrosse.  We treat the team like any competitive high school team.  Players earn playing time in the practices.  We ask the players to take ownership of their actions.  It is each player's responsibility to contact the coach if he cannot make it to practice.  Homework needs to be done before practice.  We ask parents to drop off the boys and let us take care of the rest and ask no parents to attend practices.  

 

The first meeting will be on February 29th at Loyola Academy's West gym.  9am-11am.  We also have Sunday, March 1st, 3pm-5pm at same location.  5th-8th grade is welcome to come.  

 

You can register above via the online program registration button or link below.  No cost.  The final registration to participate for the entire spring will be done via goramblers.org which is Loyola Academy's website.  

 

 

Link to register:

http://assn.la/Reg/?r=4:160124

 

Loyola Lacrosse promotes lacrosse through grade-level programs open to all interested participants, by teaching fundamentals of the game and promoting good sportsmanship, respect for all participants and teamwork.

Therefore the following goals and policies are adopted:

1.  Our goal is to promote skill development, sportsmanship, team play and love of the sport.
 
2.  Create and maintain grade-level programs focused on teaching fundamental skills
 
3.  Creating a challenging, engaging, learning environment
 
4.  Minimizing publication/ promotion of the individuals involved in the program.  Promote team first.   
 
5.  Providing equal attention and support to all participants.
 
6.  Have experienced coaches and experienced high school players to help teach and coach the youth players.  
 
 

 

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