Lakeshore Lacrosse’s Private Instruction
• Do you want to make the high school team but have little experience?• Do you want to improve specific aspects of your game with individualized instruction?• Do you want to improve your skills in the off-season?• Do you want to know how to get the attention of college coaches?
Lakeshore Lacrosse aims to prepare our players for competition and for life. We help to provide young women with the tools needed to ultimately succeed on and off the playing field. We extend to our athletes the importance of teamwork, camaraderie, leadership, honesty, fairness and competition.
Lakeshore Lacrosse private instruction provides dedicated female athletes with a unique and dynamic approach to the sport of lacrosse. We will help players improve their skills, develop field sense, and focus attention on both their strengths and weaknesses as players.
Private instruction provides a training forum in which to develop our players into the athlete they desire to be. We emphasize that players who put the most into lacrosse get the most out of it! With this in mind, we will develop a plan with our players, which will incorporate player suggestions and interests, as well as the experienced opinions of our seasoned coaches. We will develop and set realistic goals with our players and implement a lesson plan to help achieve them.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact us for more informationDevin McCue, firstname.lastname@example.org 773-936-5938
"Midway through the summer session I contacted Lakeshore Lacrosse about private instruction as my daughter was eager to improve her game and I felt some 1 on 1 would be very beneficial. Since that time our daughter has grown as a player and we really owe so much of that to the private instruction. Her instructor's love for the game and knowledge as a player make her a phenomenal instructor. From a 15 year olds perspective, my daughter looked up to the instructor both personally and professionally. She was patient, yet firm, engaged my daughter and challenged her at every lesson and always had new and creative drills for the two of them to work on. As a parent of a teenage girl hoping to play varsity level lacrosse in high school, I couldn't hope for a better mentor for my daughter." Debby, Lakeshore Parent, 2011