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Summer Team Information

Summer

"FAQ's"

What is the summer schedule?

The schedule is in pencil for now, will vary depending upon age groups, and will be published with finality ASAP.  However, we know it is important for our families to generally understand what commitments they are making while they try to coordinate summer plans.

Saying that, please see below a tentative guideline for general planning purposes .

Elementary & Middle School: All teams consisting of athletes not yet in high school (Rising 1st through 8th graders) can expect Sunday practices running from mid-March through May, and may practice twice a week through early-to-mid-June. Their tournament schedule will likely take place in North Carolina and Virginia, and conclude in mid-June. See below for more details.

2024’s/Rising Freshmen: The team consisting of athletes just entering high school (“2024’s,” our rising Freshman) may expect Sunday practices running from mid-March through May, and may practice twice a week through mid-July. Their tournament schedule will likely take place in Virginia, Maryland, and New Jersey, including the CrabFeast in Maryland, a premiere nationally recognized summer tournament taking place June 20-21, 2020 in Bel Air, MD and culminating with the inaugural Premiere Lacrosse Championship in New Jersey, which is truly a blueblood event. See below for more details.

High School Teams, 2023’s-2021’s: All teams consisting of athletes in their high school years (rising 9th, 10 th, 11th, and 12th graders) may expect to practice twice a week from late May through mid-July.  Their travel may take them throughout the Eastern Seaboard, at nationally renowned recruiting tournaments, including Adrenaline and Crab Feast,and concluding in mid-July at the inaugural Premiere Lacrosse Championship in New Jersey, which is truly a blueblood event. See below for more details.

 

What are the summer tournaments?

Again, while we are pretty comfortable that these are “locked in,” some details may be subject to change. Until then, here is what we are planning on:

2021, 2022, 2023 Teams:

Adrln Platinum Cup, June 6-7 (Frederica, DE)

Crab Feast, June 20-21 (Bel Air, MD)

PLC, July 17-19 (Rutgers)

 

2024 Team

VA State Cup, June 6-7 (Charlottesville, VA)

Crab Feast, June 20-21 (Bel Air, MD)

PLC, July 17-19 (Rutgers)

 

2025, 2026 Teams:

Carolina Classic, May 29-31 (Chapel Hill, NC)

VA State Cup, June 6-7 (Charlottesville, VA)

Rumble in Richmond, June 13-14 (Richmond, VA)

 

2027-30 Team:

Freedom Cup Challenge Day 2 (May 17, Bermuda Run, NC)

Carolina Classic, May 29-31 (Chapel Hill, NC)

VA State Cup, June 6-7 (Charlottesville, VA)

 

How much is the financial commitment?

Tryouts cost $55.00.  Should an athlete make the team, that fee will be applied to their summer tuition.  Summer tuition ranges depending upon the age group, but will generally remain in line with summers past.

The youngest/younger teams (elementary school) can generally expect tuition in the range of $900. 

The teams in the late elementary/middle school range can generally expect tuition in the range of $1,000. 

The high school aged teams can generally expect tuition in the range of $1,200-$1,400. 

Final tuition prices will be set upon completion of our tournament schedule, which we hope to complete and publish right about the time of our tryouts.

 

More questions? Please write to Gordon Galloway, Director of Operations, at ggalloway@bucktownlax.com


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