All proceeds from the Greenport Lacrosse Shoot-Out go towards: Boys & Girls H.S. Scholarships,The Bridge and
Special Needs Programs and Boys and Girls Youth lacrosse in the Long Island Metropolitan Area.
The playing fields of Greenport High School on the North Fork of Long Island was the site for more than 4,200 lacrosse players, coaches, parents, umpires and spectators for the 21stAnnual Greenport Lacrosse Shootout throughout the weekend go August 2nd and 3rd, 2014. This very popular lacrosse festival is sponsored by the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation, a chapter of USLacrosse and the Nassau County Police Athletic Association.
The Long Island Chapter of US Lacrosse ( LIMLF ) will be hosting a free Special Needs Lacrosse Clinic on Sunday, October 19th at Suffolk Community College.
The clinic will be conducted by Coach Greg Taylor and volunteers from the Suffolk County Community College Men’s Lacrosse Team.
– Clinic will be open to Special Needs Children and young adults (ages 5 and up) of all abilities.
— Participants will be grouped by age and ability.
— If your child owns a lacrosse stick or equipment, please bring it. If not, a stick will be provided by the LIMLF Outreach Program.
TIME : 10:00am to 12:00pm
DATE : Sunday, October 19th
LOCATION : Suffolk County CC Grant Campus Continue reading
The Long Island Metro Lacrosse Foundation is pleased to announce that we have been selected to host a Level 1 Coaching Education Program Instructional Clinic in Fall, 2014. In an effort to best serve the needs of everyone within our chapter, we are reaching out to determine interest in attending. The instructional clinic is one of five parts of US Lacrosse Level 1 Coaching Education Program (CEP) certification. Click HERE to read more about certification requirements.