Steps to Help in Your Recruiting Process
As part of a Lakeshore National Travel Team, your general fee includes:• The opportunity to wear a Lakeshore uniform and be recognized as a top level player• Access to Lakeshore’s network and relationships• Participation in nationally recruited tournaments in age specific brackets• An exceptional and dedicated coaching staff who will advocate for you• General exposure to coaches before a tournament• An honest evaluation of player’s skill and potentialFamilies have the option to purchase a separate Recruiting Package for additional recruiting support. This is the opportunity to work with one of Lakeshore’s Recruiting Specialists and access to a network of established relationships with DI, DII and DIII coaches for future steps in the recruiting process.• Written Player Assessment• Road Map for Outreach• Developed Player Profile• Bi-monthly Calls Lakeshore will host Recruiting Realities Seminars during the year. It is mandatory to attend this at least once to learn more about the process.
Recruiting Timeline Check List
NCAA Recruiting Tips
1 ) Review of NCAA Rules and Regulations
Full description of rules and regulations are found at the NCAA website: www.ncaastudent.org Here is a list of contact rules during your high school career:
2) For every school interested, go to their website and fill out all recruiting info.
4) Make sure to mention that you have a film that can be sent in if wanted. Create lacrosse video. Have your parent’s record high school or club games. Provide some unedited game footage (so college coach can see how you fit into the big picture of a game situation), as well as some edited clips of your highlights.
5) Try to attend summer camp of the schools you would like to attend. If attending camp, contact the coach and let them know that you are attending their camp. It’s a great way to get noticed and actually get a taste of what it’s like to work with that coach.