Develop, Improve and Refine Your Lax Skills
Ages: For students entering grades 4-9.
Time: Program runs from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Space: Minimum enrollment 10, maximum enrollment 30.
Cost (Half-day): $300, after March 31: $325.
*Full-Day option (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) available with basketball in the afternoon.
Cost (Full-day): $400, after March 31: $450
Before and aftercare are available at an additional fee.
Description: Our new morning boys’ lacrosse week is designed to teach basic fundamentals of the game while allowing players of all skill levels the opportunity to grow and develop as athletes. This session will also allow players who are on club teams with evening practices to work on their technique in the morning and practice it in the evenings with their teammates.
Each day, we will focus on different concepts of the game so that we can build our skill levels properly. Our main focus on a daily basis will be stickwork: Learning how to win ground balls, catch, & pass technically sound will allow young players to help reach their personal potential in a more efficient manner. Building off of stickwork, we will add in dodging, shooting, and footwork on both the offensive and defensive end. We will work our way up from small group competitions to full-field scrimmages where players can try to incorporate the lessons they have learned from the prior days.
Please be sure to come equipped with a helmet, mouth guard, stick, pinnie, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, cleats/athletic sneakers, and a jockstrap/cup.
Instructor: Bryan Reinert is currently the manager of the 3DLacrosse NE South club team program and played professionally for Team STX in the LXM Pro tour from 2013-2015. Prior to 3D Lacrosse, he coached at the collegiate level at College of Wooster where he mentored one USILA All-West Region pick and nine all-conference players.
Bryan spent five years coaching youth, high school, and college level players that including stops at New England College and Gettysburg College. At Gettysburg, he worked extensively with the defense, face-offs, and goalies; coached one conference championship, one USILA Scholar All-American, two USILA All-Americans, two USILA North/South game participants, nine all-conference selections, and one professional draft pick.
Bryan played collegiately at Stony Brook University, helping anchor a defense for three seasons. Bryan played in three straight America East Conference Championships, winning the championship in 2010. That year the team reached the quarterfinals in the NCAA tournament and finished with a ranking of No. 6 in the nation (the highest ranking for any sport in school history).
A native of Allentown, PA, Bryan completed his degree in Health Science from Stony Brook University in 2011.