ID Clinic to take place on Oct. 6
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University men's lacrosse team will hold an ID Clinic for prospective student-athletes on Sunday, Oct. 6, 11-year head coach Gordon Webb announced.
The clinic is open to high school-aged lacrosse players (9th – 12th grade) who have an interest in playing collegiate lacrosse at Plymouth State.
"This is a great opportunity for prospective lacrosse players interested in Plymouth State to visit campus, meet the guys on our team and get up and down the field," said assistant coach Mike Wilus. "We can't wait to show everyone how bright the future is for PSU lacrosse."
The game-oriented camp will also include lunch at PSU's Prospect Dining Hall, a campus tour and player panel featuring members of the PSU men's lacrosse program.
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Bank of New Hampshire Field House in ALLWell North, with the day concluding at 3:30 p.m. The registration fee of $100 per person includes lunch. Athletes should bring sticks, mouth guards, protective lacrosse equipment, sneakers, cleats and water bottles.
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