**COVID-19 Update: In the event that we are unable to host the Lax for the Cure Individual Showcase, we will issue a full refund less transaction fees.**
Date: Thursday, June 25th, 2020.
*Registration Is Now Open for 2020*
Summer 2020 Coaches: (as more are confirmed, the list will be updated)
Georgetown Head Coach/Former Head Coach Team USA – Ricky Fried
Arizona State – Nicole Graziano
Army – Shannon Gilroy
Bucknell – TBD
Columbia – Taylor Pennell
Connecticut – Lauren Gunning
Cornell – Margaret Corzel
Cornell – Bill Olin (goalie instructor)
Johns Hopkins – Tara Singleton
Lehigh – Sammy Cermack
Navy – Gabby Capuzzi
Penn – Kerri Whitaker
Richmond – Jenna Slowey
Rutgers – Ana White
Villanova – Halle Majorano
Virginia – Lyndsay Rogers
Virginia Tech – Gregg Gebhard
Yale – Colleen Smith
Location: New Egypt High School (Same location as Lax for the Cure)
10:00 AM – Player Check in & Team Placement
10:45 AM – Instructional Sessions with College Coaches
11:30 – 4:00 Each player will play 3 games coached and evaluated by college coaches in attendance.
Games will be filmed in High Definition by Cross Street Sports:
Link to film packages: https://crossstreetsports.com/laxforthecure
Collegiate recruiting informational session led by Ricky Fried – former Head coach of Team USA & Georgetown University.
Limited space available:
Showcase is open to any and all participants in the classes of 2022, 2023, & 2024 but limited to 140 per class.
Player Fee: $225
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: Will we receive our team placement and game schedule ahead of time?
Answer: Yes, a PDF will be sent by Wednesday with your team placement and game schedule – (No changes, please do not request)
Question: Can parents watch?
Answer: Yes, bring a chair. Please do not sit on player sideline! Parents are not allowed at ground level in the stadium – home bleachers only.
— Do parents have to stay? No, you can drop off and come back at pick up time. Drop off and pick up is encouraged.
Question: Can we request what college coach’s team we will be on?
Question: Are parents allowed to speak with the college coaches?
Answer: Please respectful of the coaches and new recruiting legislation. Saying hello is one thing… trying to engage a conversation about your daughter is not advisable.
Question: Is there an athletic trainer on site?
Question: Will there be water at the fields? Is lunch provided?
Answer: Yes, but please bring a water bottle as well. No lunch is provided.
Question: What is the field surface?
Question: How many players on a team?
Answer: 18 maximum including 2 goalies.
Question: Will college coaches have all of our player data and contact info?
Answer: Yes, all college coaches have a detailed binder with player information
Question: Are the games officiated?
Answer: Yes, collegiate level officials
**** We will be allowing Defenders to go through the goal circle ****
Question: Will all the coaches evaluate each division?
Question: Are there playoffs / championship?