MSU collegiate player alumni will lead our 2019-20 fall & winter training!
NEW TO LACROSSE??
If you have not played before, please visit our Beginners Page for new player training opportunities like our Intro to Lacrosse Clinics!
Youth and High School players who have completed an Intro to Lacrosse session or have prior playing experience with a team can enroll in Premier Sports Center’s Lacrosse League. The season will consist of 8 games having two 25-minute halves and a 5-minute halftime. Play will be on a 55-yard field for lots of reps and scoring chances. Teams must carry a minimum of 10 players. Single players are welcome. All players will be placed on teams based on their reported school or club affiliation.
WINTER LEAGUE PROVIDES THE TEAM REPS YOU CANNOT GET IN YOUR SCHOOL’S OFF-SEASON TRAINING!
EIGHT 6v6 GAMES AT THE PREMIER SPORTS CENTER IN SHELBY
(times T.B.D. betw. 7-9 PM)
JANUARY 12, 19, 26; FEBRUARY 9, 16, 23 & MARCH 1, 8
Did you know the MHSAA limits HS coaches to 4-player maximum workouts in the winter?
Join our training and league play and get your team reps in!
STICKWORK & SHOOTING CLINIC
Having good stickwork skills requires sound instruction & hard work. As a result it remains both a reason our new players leave the sport and a key reason for the success of our players in high school and college.
Youth and High School players who have completed an Intro to Lacrosse session or have prior playing experience with a team can enroll in the clinic. Each player will receive an individual assessment and stick pocket tune-up.
$80/PLAYER THROUGH THANKSGIVING WEEKEND (11/30)!
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 16 PLAYERS
PER SESSION TO MAXIMIZE REPS
Four 1.25-HOUR SESSIONS AT THE PREMIER SPORTS CENTER IN SHELBY
(times T.B.D. betw. 4-7 PM)
SESSION 1: JANUARY 12, 19, 26; FEBRUARY 9,
SESSION 2: FEBRUARY 16, 23; MARCH 1, 8
Join our training and get ahead of your peers!
Frequently Asked Questions
- What experience does my child need to participate in a training session?
Players must be able to throw and catch reasonably well to get the most out of the instruction. As a result we require players to complete their Introduction to Lacrosse clinic before registering. With the foundation of the Intro Clinic instruction and plenty of stick time and reps at home, players will greatly benefit from a training session.
- When is the registration period?
Fall and Winter means training for your spring season! Registration is typically open from August 1 through the end of the year but do not delay as there are limits to our indoor space and class sizes are limited.
- What is included in the registration fee?
Player registration fees include field usage fees, coach stipends, and equipment costs. Training/Practice pinnies are required to be worn and are sold separately for those who do not have one. Pinnies are good for all fall and winter training sessions.
- How can I register my child?
Online registration can be completed via the registration link on this page.
- How much are the registration fees?
Registration fees will vary for each offering dependent upon the number of hours and the type of training offered. The registration link will identify all charges associated with the training.