2016-17 Winter Lacrosse Clinics is CLOSED — registration information for 2017-18 will be posted in October.
FCA Lacrosse is excited to offer a skill-building series for lacrosse players of all ages and experience. There are only 40 available spots.
The clinics are designed to build stick skills, develop movement skills, prepare for January evaluations, and be fun. (PDF Flier)
“Once the stick becomes easier, the game becomes more fun!” – Coach Weisenborn
Description for Regular Sessions
We will focus on stickwork, ball handling, building transition, and small-sided situations. 40 spots available.
Description for Goalie-Training Sessions, 6-6:30p
We are offering four 30-minute goalie sessions prior to our skill workouts. If your son is interested in playing goalie, this is a great opportunity to try it while learning proper technique. Equipment will be provided, if needed. We will cover these skills: stance, arcs, body positioning, and step and stick technique. 5 spots available.
Open to any/all players in 1st through 8th grades. No experience is needed. This program is open to all players regardless of spring- or Club-team affiliation. Players will be divided each clinic by age and ability. All players need to provide their own equipment (see Notes below).
Sat. 12/3 from 6:30-8:00pm *6:00pm – 30 min. of goalie training
Sun. 12/11 from 2:30-4:00pm
Sat. 12/17 from 6:30-8:00pm *6:00pm – 30 min. of goalie training
Sat. 1/7 from 6:30-8:00pm *6:00pm – 30 min. of goalie training
Sat. 1/14 from 6:30-8:00 pm *6:00pm – 30 min. of goalie training
Goalaso, located just north of WCGS @ 236 Westgate Drive, Carol Stream.
$80 per player for all 5 clinic sessions (5 sessions for the price of 4, in case you need to miss one)
*$20 per player for all 4 additional sessions of goalie training
- All participants will need: helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, and a stick. We can supply equipment to players without, up to a point. Please contact us in advance if your player is interested, but needs equipment.
- Players may wear non-metal cleats or tennis shoes on the turf field at Goalaso.