The D3 Winter Lacrosse Showcase is entering it’s 6th year as a premier lacrosse recruiting showcase in the Northeast. Conveniently located in New Jersey, the D3 Showcase offers Class of 2020, 2019, and 2018 boys the chance to showcase their skills in front of Division III coaches in attendance.
We are more excited than ever about this winter’s event!
Below, you can find details about the event, including the coaches that will be in attendance.
Click Here To Learn More and Register to the 2018 D3 Winter Lacrosse Showcase.
D3 Showcase Details
Who: Boys in the Class of 2020/2019/2018
What: 2018 D3 Winter Lacrosse Showcase
Where: Indoor Sports Pavilion in Randolph, NJ.
When: Monday, January 15th, 2018 (MLK Day)
Why: We will keep you engaged with recruiting-specific webinars, podcasts, and blogs. We feature smaller rosters and lots of playing time! You will get the opportunity to compete in front of 50+ Division III Schools.
Athletes play three games and are coached by current college coaches. All games are filmed in HD.
College Coaching Director
Coach Colombini is in his first year as Head Coach at Emerson College. Coach Colombini was previously the assistant coach at Colby College. Prior to Colby, he was the assistant and subsequent interim head coach at Wheaton College.
Check out our conversation with Matt Colombini about recruiting do’s and do not’s.
Colleges Confirmed (Updated as of December 28th, 2017)
See the full list here.
Watch the Highlights from Last Year’s Event
Colleges Who Attended D3 Winter Lacrosse Showcase Last Year
Albright, Arcadia, Bard College, Becker College, Bowdoin College, Catholic U, Centenary College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Delaware Valley University, Elizabethtown College, F&M, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hartwick College, Haverford College, Marywood, Misericordia University, Mitchell College, Moravian College, Mount Saint Mary College, Muhlenberg, Nazareth College, Roger Williams University, Salve Regina University, Skidmore College, Stevens College, Suny Maritime College, SUNY Oneonta, Swarthmore College, University of Scranton, Ursinus, Vassar, Washington College, Wells College, Western NE, Wheaton College, Widener University, Williams College