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Super Saturday Becomes the Best Lacrosse Recruiting Event in the Northeast

The Super Saturday lacrosse recruiting event will take place on Saturday, July 28th at Wesleyan University. The single-day showcase circuit is one of the best lacrosse recruiting events in the Northeast. The lineup includes Fab Frosh Boys Lacrosse Showcase, Super Sophs Boys Lacrosse Showcase, and Super Juniors Boys Lacrosse Showcase. More than 50 college coaches

2018 Super Sophs Girls Lacrosse Showcase Rundown

The 2018 Super Sophs Girls Lacrosse Showcase will be one of the best girls lacrosse recruiting showcases in the nation as the event enters its 10th year. The Wesleyan University-based Showcase offers girls in the 2020 high school graduating class the chance to display their skills in front of coaches from Division I, Division II,

A Conversation with Terry Mangan from St. John’s University

Introduction We caught up with St. John's University Men’s Lacrosse Coach Terry Mangan for a discussion about the St. John's lacrosse program and what he looks for when recruiting student-athletes. You can find our conversation below. Thanks to Terry for taking the time to educate those interested in St. Johns! [ecko_toggle style="solid" state="open" title="Register Here"]St. John's will be in

2017 Super Sophs Boys Rundown

Apply Now!  The 2017 Super Sophs Boys Lacrosse Showcase is entering another year as a premier lacrosse recruiting showcase. Conveniently located in New England, Super Sophs offers Class of 2019 boys the chance to showcase their skills in front of Division I and Division III schools. Super Sophs is open to any and all boys

The Recruiting Closet Podcast: Episode 5 – The 3 Pillars of Athletic Recruiting

THE RECRUITING CLOSET PODCAST Matt Wheeler breaks down the recruiting process This is a different kind of episode. Unlike the usual episode format, where we interview experts or unique people in the youth sports world, today we have Matt Wheeler, Co-Founder of SportsRecruits. Matt started SportsRecruits in 2009, after playing 4 years of college lacrosse