2019 BOYS FALL SKILLS CLINIC
West Chester Lacrosse Fall Skill Clinics is an instructional and fun lacrosse experience for boys 1st-9th grades. The curriculum is based first on stick skills and technique, then progressing to competition, team concepts, and games. Players will be grouped by age and ability level to ensure productive and efficient sessions.
The Boys Fall Skills Clinic will be lead by experienced lacrosse coaches John Nostrant & Pete Borror. Coach Nostrant is the co-founder of the locally and nationally recognized premier Mesa club lacrosse program. As a player, John was a 3-time All-American midfielder at Washington College and a 2-time All-Pro player for the Philadelphia Wings and the Baltimore Thunder. The former head boys lacrosse coach at The Haverford School for 28 years, Coach Nostrant is now the head varsity boys lacrosse coach of the nationally-ranked Gilman School in Maryland. Assisting Coach Nostrant is Mesa club lacrosse 2022 head coach and St. Edmonds Academy head coach, Pete Borror.
The coaching staff will include an all-star staff of local college and high school lacrosse players. We will focus on individual and team skills, emphasizing on both dominant and non-dominant stick skills and core defensive and offensive play at all levels. Full pads, gloves, stick, and helmet are required to participate.
CLINICS OPEN TO ALL REGISTRANTS – Players outside of West Chester are Welcome! Space is limited and first come first served
SUNDAYS September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th; October 6th, & 13th
Boys K, 1st/ 2nd grades- 3 PM- 4 PM
Boys 3rd/4th grades- 3 PM - 4:15 PM
Boys 5th/6th & 7th/8th/9th* grades- 4:15 PM- 5:30 PM
* Note time change
Rustin Turf Field, #317
Please contact Coach Nostrant firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please note, there are no guaranteed make-ups for weather-related cancellations. If there are thunderstorms in the area, please remain close in the event we need to clear the fields. If a cancellation is necessary, we will update the website. Please check the website before leaving for practice that morning.