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U.S. National Teams Announce Annual Clinic Series Sites

September 19, 2013    7089 Views

U.S. National Team Announce Clinic Series Sites

BALTIMORE, Sept. 19, 2013 — US Lacrosse has announced its annual fall and winter series of U.S. National Teams clinics, which will see Team USA host 25 clinics at 12 sites across seven states from November through January.

The clinics begin Oct. 12, as part of the US Lacrosse Stars & Stripes Weekend in Annapolis, Md., and continue through early January.

U.S. Men’s clinics
Nov. 3 – Orange County, Calif.
Nov. 9 – Marlborough, Mass.
Nov. 9 – Westminster, Md.
Nov. 9 – Brookfield, Wisc.
Nov. 10 – Carlsbad, Calif.
Dec. 7 – Atlanta, Ga.

U.S. Women’s clinics
Oct. 12 – Annapolis, Md.
Dec. 14 – Atlanta, Ga.
Dec. 14 – Indianapolis, Ind.
Dec. 14 – South Coast, Calif.
Jan. 4 – Taunton, Mass.
Jan. 4 – Plantation, Fla.
Jan. 4 – Brookfield, Wisc.

Clinic registration is now available for grades 3-12 at uslacrosse.org/nationalteamclinics.

For more information on the U.S. National Teams, visit uslacrosse.org/teamusa. Follow the teams on Facebook at fb.com/uslacrosse, get updates on Twitter at @uslacrosse and use #USAMLAX and #USAWLAX.

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