​​​​Back 2 Basics Lacrosse and Delaware Valley University Men's Lacrosse will be hosting the 2nd Annual Spring Thaw on January 10th, 2016. The program will provide players with an  opportunity to improve on all aspects of stick work, including but not limited to: shooting technique, passing, catching, dodging, etc.  The clinic will be run by the DVU Men's Lacrosse Staff and offer top level coaching for all participants.



Event Details


Date: January 10th, 2016


Time: Sessions will be held at 10:30am and 12:30pm and will run for one hour. Participants will be placed in a session based on level of experience.  


**If numbers require, a third session will be added at 2:30pm.


Cost: $40.00 - Please pay in cash on the day of the event


Location: Delaware Valley University Upper Gym (#30 on the map below)


Address: 700 East Butler Avenue, Doylestown PA 18901 (The entrance to the gym is straight ahead when you pull into campus off of Butler Avenue.  Please park in the lot to the right when you enter the campus. The Upper Gym is located in the Athletics Building.)


Campus Map





To register please complete and submit the form below:

"Thank you for a great clinic this morning.  As always, you and the staff are great with the kids and it is much appreciated.  You will definitely be seeing us again." - Parent of 2015 Participant

"Great clinic! Thanks so much for hosting it.  My son had a great time and definitely benefited from it, especially the work on shooting mechanics and positioning." - Parent of 2015 Participant

2nd Annual Spring Thaw

  

Interested in working with us to help prepare for an upcoming tryout or season?  Contact us today at back2basicslax@gmail.com or 973-462-3976

(Shown right) 5th-8th grade participants 

following the 2015 Spring Thaw. Over the course of the event players worked on stick skills, shooting, faceoffs, defensive positioning, goalie skill work, and short field indoor games.

(Shown left) 2nd-4th grade participants following the 2015 Spring Thaw. Over the course of the event players worked on stick skills, shooting, faceoffs, defensive positioning, and short field indoor games.

Pictures below from the 2015 Spring Thaw