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Boys Training Programs


Kyle Harrison

Meet and train with some of the best in the game: Kyle Harrison of the Redwoods L.C., Face-Off legend Greg Gurenlian, 3x All American John Lade (Syracuse University), and Rob Pannell of the New York Lizards. 

For more details and to register, go to Pro-Lacrosse Training.

Face-Off Clinic with Kevin Fahey

Saturdays | Sports Domain Academy, Clifton

The face off is one of the most important aspects of lacrosse.  Controlling the face off dictates which team has more possession of the ball on offense and is therefore critical to winning games. 

Kevin Fahey, a Cabrini University alum and New Jersey All State Lacrosse Face-Off Specialist, returns to Evolution Lacrosse Academy to lead a 9-week clinic on this important specialty position.

Players will focus on mastering moves and improving reaction time, while learning from Fahey about the importance of discipline and focus when playing this vital role.

WHEN: 9:30-11AM

January 4, 11, 18, 25
Feburary 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

BOYS: Grades 4-12

FEE: $450

Limited to 15 players



Age appropriate skill development and reinforcement for all levels. Lots of touches, small-sided game play + chumash!

Small-sided game play is highly recommended by U.S. Lacrosse. This model of fewer players on a smaller field creates a fast-moving game with opportunities for lots of ball handling, which is essential for player growth and development.


WHERE: Sports Domain in Clifton

WHEN: Thursdays, 4-5PM

Winter Sessions Date
January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
February 6, 13, 20

FEE:  $320



Wednesdays | West Orange Armory

Open exclusively to club members and select players chosen by coaches.  

Coaches Matt PodwoskiMatt KlankRich Noonan and Pat Nann will provide positional training specific for attackman, midfielder, defender and goalie positions, with emphasis on growing individually and improving team play.  We will use small-sided game play model recommended by U.S. Lacrosse for player growth and development.

Players can expect:

  • Great 3:1 coach/player ratio
  • Individual, personalized attention 
  • Technical and tactical training
  • Reinforcement of basics, positional work and game play to put skills to the test. 



On Laxin' Thursdays, we love to play Chumash, a fast-paced variation of Lacrosse played 3v3 or 4v4 with a 12"-wide goal in the center of the field. Chumash is a great for teaching fundamentals of catching, throwing and stick handling and gives players the opportunity to get creative!

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