All players who are interested in playing during the Spring 2022 season should complete the registration form and join our 2022 Remind group to stay up-to-date on off-season training opportunities as well as information for the spring season.
Thank you to all who came out to our player meeting after school on Thursday 10/28. It was great to see many familiar faces and several new ones as well.
During the meeting we reviewed the Season Information Sheet. Here are some key takeaways:
- All players need a physical dated and signed by a doctor later than June 1, 2021
- Family ID paperwork needs to be submitted before you can practice
- Tryouts begin Monday, March 7th
- There is a player fee for all who make the teams
- The Scrips fundraiser can help reduce your player fee if you participate
- Winter workouts at Centercourt start November 16th – please get payments in ASAP
- There are many additional training opportunities for players who are interested
Three actions to take from the meeting.
We are all set for winter workouts at Centercourt in Lawrence, NJ on Tuesdays from 8:00 – 9:30 PM starting November 16th. A full list of dates is provided below:
- November 16, 23, 30
- December 7, 14, 21
- January 4, 11, 18, 25
- February 1, 8, 15, 22
- March 1
The cost is $150 per player to participate in the training sessions. During each session we will work on fundamental skills, position specific training, and will play games every week to put these skills to the test. Players of all levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate in winter workouts.
All players must complete the Centercourt Registration / Waiver – click here to register.
Payments can be made by Venmo to @pennsburyboyslax or email@example.com. Checks, made payable to Pennsbury Boys Lacrosse, can be sent to Dan Furiness at 705 Stewarts Way Yardley PA 19067.
The most common question coaches get from players is “Hey coach, what can I do to get better?”
The simple answers are to work on your stickwork and physical conditioning – and everyone should be doing this consistently – daily if you can.
The other area I believe we need to develop, is our understanding of the game. Our Lacrosse IQ. A great tool we available to us is film. There is TONS of film available to learn from. We have created a separate Remind group for players to join (no parents please) where we will assign weekly game watches and discuss what can be learned from each one. More details are posted in that group. Players can click this link to join: https://www.remind.com/join/phslaxfilm