Summer Girls Elite

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2018 HGR Girls Summer Elite

Homegrown Indoor Sports
400 Osgood Street, North Andover MA

Girls Elite team in action on field

Watch our founder, Bryan Brazill, speak about the HGR Elite Program.

What you get with HGR’s Girls Summer Elite Program

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Why HGR?

  • MBYLL endorsed
  • 11 years in business
  • High level coaching focused on increasing players lacrosse IQ and skill sets.
  • A fun and competitive learning environment.
  • A club that gets the whole picture from development to recruitment.

Read what a former HGR Elite Player has to say about our Girls’ Program:

My name is Kelsey Czarnota. I graduated from Wakefield Memorial High School in 2017. I am currently attending Saint Anselm College where I play for the women’s lacrosse team. I owe this great opportunity to the Home Grown Lacrosse organization (HGR). The HGR staff is amazing. HGR coaches have the highest lacrosse IQ’s I have ever encountered in my twelve years of playing lacrosse. Every single practice and game I would receive corrections and learn new concepts about the game. They help players improve their stick skills, raise their own lacrosse IQ, and ultimately get recruited by competitive colleges. In the midst of this intense player development, there is also lots of fun. I never dreaded going to practice or tournaments. Instead, I looked forward to attending.

I played on the HGR Girls Summer Elite Team. I am forever grateful for this experience because I would not be where I am today without it. If you want to play in college, then HGR will guide you through the recruiting process and give you the skills you need to succeed. With that said, I recommend HGR to all lacrosse players, even those not interested in college lacrosse. HGR brings players to the next level, allowing them to contribute more on the field and building confidence. HGR is a fantastic organization. Thank you HGR!

For more testimonials from coaches, parents and players, visit https://www.hgrlacrosse.com/testimonials/

Summer 2018 Tournament Schedule

High School Girls

New England Cup – June 9th and 10th – U-Mass Amherst
Capital City Classic# – June 23rd and 24th –  Albany New York (UAlbany)
Northern Rise – July 6th – 8th – Gill Massachusetts (NMH)
Summer Sizzle – July 14th – Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield College)

Youth Girls

Port City Challenge – June 23rd and 24th – Portsmouth New Hampshire
Xtreme Lax#  – June 30th – Groton, Massachusetts
NEYLAT# – July 7th and 8th – Devens Massachusetts
Stowe Laxfest# – July 14th and 15th – Stowe Vermont

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Summer 2018 Tournament Lodging

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High School Girls

New England Cup – June 9th and 10th – U-Mass Amherst
Capital City Classic – June 23rd and 24th – Albany New York (University at Albany)
Northern Rise – July 6th – 8th – Gill Massachusetts
Summer Sizzle – July 14th – Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield College)

Youth Girls

Port City Challenge – June 23rd and 24th – Portsmouth New Hampshire
Xtreme Lax – June 30th – Groton Massachusetts
NEYLAT – July 7th and 8th – Devens Massachusetts
Stowe Laxfest – July 14th and 15th – Stowe Vermont:  Please call Stowe Visitors Association/Will Glover; 802-552-0407

High School Girls - What You Get

  • 4 tournaments
  • Training camp to start the season followed by a weekly practice. We start our summer season off with a week of training camp in order to have the girls get to know each other and to go over our offensive and defensive systems or plays.
  • Weekly skills practices. Each week we will focus on a different skill or aspect of the game. In this setting we will work on all the things we are not able to work on in a team setting due restraints of having to put in team concepts and and keeping practices moving at a high level and pace of play. We develop everything from fundamentals and advanced skills to lacrosse IQ and conditioning.
  • Weekday open field (shoot around time). Players will be able to come in and shoot buckets of balls, condition, work on what they were taught in their small group lessons or just have a pass with their girls on the team.
  • Uniforms: Practice jersey, game jersey, shorts, headband, socks, backpack, and a quarter zip pullover.
  • Professional filming at 2 tournaments.
  • Recruiting guidance through every step of the recruiting process.

Youth/JV Girls - What You Get

  • 4 Tournaments
  • Uniforms: practice jersey, game jersey, shorts, headband, backpack
  • Training camp to start the season followed by a weekly practice. We start our summer season off with a week of training camp in order to have the girls get to know each other and to go over our offensive and defensive systems or plays.
  • Weekly skills practices. Each week we will focus on a different skill or aspect of the game. In this setting we will work on all the things we are not able to work on in a team setting due restraints of having to put in team concepts and and keeping practices moving at a high level and pace of play. We develop everything from fundamentals and advanced skills to lacrosse IQ and conditioning.
  • Weekday open field (shoot around time). Players will be able to come in and shoot buckets of balls, condition, work on what they were taught in their small group lessons or just have a pass with their girls on the team.

Practices

  • Contact coach for practice schedule
  • Outdoor practices will be held at Merrimack College’s new, state of the art facility
  • Indoor practices will be held at Home Grown Indoor Sports
  • 4 Day Training Camp  Week to start the summer (2 days outdoor, 2 days indoor)
  • 2 Practices a week for the rest of summer (1 outdoor, and 1 indoor)