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SUMMER 2018

Rip-It Lacrosse Summer Tryouts 

Players can be evaluated during their spring seasons.

We will host a Final Evauation in June Date TBD

Cost $40.00 / per player

Rip-It will Field 3 Youth and 2 High School Teams

beginning June 12, 2018
 

Youth Team (Classes of 2021 - 2025) $1,195

3 Day 2 Night  Overnight Camp & Tournament , June 28 – 30 ($485.00 value)

8 midweek and weekend practices or scrimmages

3-4 New England Tournaments: CT-CUP /Boneyard / Bitter @ Stowe, VT

Saturday June 23, CT CUP Summer Lax Tournament Cheshire

Saturday, June 30, Rip-It Tournament  @AOF 

Saturday July 8, Yale Tournament 

Saturday/Sunday, July 14-15, Bitter Tournament, Stowe, VT

Uniforms (UA sponsorship) that include, custom shorts, shooting shirts, reversible, and team socks.

High School Team (Classes of 2019 - 2021) $1,395

8 midweek and weekend practices or scrimmages

3 New England Tournaments/Recruiting Events: Roger Williams/ Boneyard / Bitter @ Stowe, VT

Sunday June 24, Roger Williams University, RI Varsity Elite and HS Varsity Team Recruiting event

Sunday July 9, Yale Tournament Varsity teams- Recruiting event 

Saturday/Sunday, July 14-15, all Teams, Bitter Tournament, Stowe, VT

Uniforms (UA sponsorship) that include, custom shorts, shooting shirts, reversible, and team socks.

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If you experience any issues with the registration  contact Sue Houle  suehoule@sbcglobal.net or team questions contact at dcorc@comcast.net.

 

Reasons to Consider Rip-It Lacrosse 

* Our mission is simple: Develop individual players to their fullest potential in a fun and competitive environment.

* Since 2003, the RIP-IT Lacrosse Program has used proven coaching techniques to develop players using up-tempo drills designed for players to get a maximum amount of touches in a small field setting.

* Our coaching staff is constant all year round* Our training sessions develop individual and team skills which incorporate the box-lacrosse methods of tight skill drills and games.

*We get to know our players' strengths, weakness and what they should be working on to develop them into the BEST High School and/or College player possible.


by posted 10/20/2017