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3x Summer Game Play at deKoevend

Just playing 3x is the perfect way for players to improve at their own pace with minimal coach interaction.  3x is the original small sided game and gives athletes more time in possession, more opportunities to make in-game decisions both offensively and defensively, more opportunities to score, more opportunities to assist, more opportunities to defend, and just more opportunities overall to increase skill and lacrosse IQ. Coaches will supervise games and provide teaching and guidance if and when needed but will air on the side of just letting the kids play.

Play on the same day at the same time every week at the same location. Campers will be separated by age and ability level to play for 90 minutes per session.

REGISTER HERE!

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Who:                    Open to all Lacrosse incoming 6th grade and older for the 2021-22 school year. 2021 high school graduates and kids home for college are welcome as well.

What:                   Two 4-week sessions— Choose between June and July or do both

When:                  Wednesdays
June 2, 9, 16 and 23
July 7, 14, 21 and 28

10:30 to 12:00 noon – Come get some exercise before the heat of the day and afternoon thunderstorms set in.

(*Graduating Seniors and Students home from college for the summer are welcome!)

Where:                 deKoevend Park Shelter C or B (Map: https://goo.gl/maps/MgZLU9BXJAFFGuKq7) (Park just southwest of Goodson Recreation Center and enter north end of deKoevend Park at Shelter C.)

How Much:         Register for a full 4-week session and save or register a-la-carte and pay as you go.

$60 per 4 week series or $20 per session
(Must pay for the full series before the start of the current series to get discount.)

Choice of Sessions:

June | Wednesdays | June 2, 9, 16 and 23

July | Wednesdays | July 7, 14, 21 and 28

What to Bring:

  • Short Stick (No long sticks, no goalie sticks, no toy/fiddle sticks)
  • Flat Soled Athletic Shoes (No cleats)
  • Water (No sharing due to COVID restrictions. Bring your own!)
  • Eye Protection and Mouth Guard are recommended
  • Positive Attitude

Campers are encouraged to invite their friends to play with and compete against each other.

REGISTER HERE!

(https://forms.gle/pekUEvjD34c4dcYv5)

Pay for INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS here!

Pay for a FULL SERIES here!

About Coach Guy Cerasoli:

Coach Cerasoli is currently the Offensive Coordinator at the University of Colorado at Denver the MCLA DII Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference Southeast Division Two-Time Defending Champions.  Prior to coaching at CU Denver Coach Cerasoli led the South Suburban Stampede U15 to an AYL Championship in 2017.  Prior to that Coach Cerasoli was head coach at Arapahoe High School from 2009 through 2015 where he led the program to 3 Colorado State Championships (2009, 2012, 2013) and was named the Denver Post Colorado Coach of the Year (2009, 2012, 2013).  Prior to serving as head coach at Arapahoe High School, Coach Cerasoli coached at Whittier College in 1995, and as head coach at Arapahoe High School 1996-97 before attending law school at the University of Denver.  Coach Cerasoli assisted at Littleton High School and Arapahoe High School while attending law school and when he could find time as an associate attorney.  All in all, Coach Cerasoli has coached from 2nd grade to NCAA varsity levels with modest success for 31 years. Coach Cerasoli’s focus has always been and continues to be to make sure everyone has fun and to provide a fair and safe setting in which kids of all ages can play.

Coach Cerasoli founded the World 3x Lacrosse Federation, wrote the rules to 3x, invented the 3x Lacrosse Goal, and has been told time and again that he made lacrosse fun again for many of the players he coached as well as countless other athletes he has yet to meet.  Come out and see why athletes love playing for Coach Cerasoli, how he creates a championship culture of fun and inclusivity, and why lacrosse programs have incorporated the game he teaches and promotes into their training regimen from beginning learn to play programs to the Defending National Champion University of Virginia Cavaliers.