With the summer winding down we are well under way with our plans for the fall program! The Minnesota Loons fall program will start in early September and run until the second week of November. The bulk of recruiting in the fall takes place the first and second weekend in November. This season, as in years past, we will look to travel to one midwest event, and one larger National event. Both of the events will suit recruitment needs, as well as give great competiton geared towards player development. We take in consideration "where" we travel in the summer, and we try to hit other areas of the country to give more regional coverage with what events we choose to attend in the fall to create a more well rounded exposure opportunity for our atheltes.
Hello, we hope that everyone is looking forward to heading back to school! Please take some time to read through some updates we have from Minnesota Loons Lacrosse. Please take the time to stop by our website and read more about our program/structure, training/support, and program details/costs.
NEW! U15 Boys Fall Training Camp-
U16 and U17 MN Select Fall Tryouts/Teams-
Details will be released early September 2014
2015 MN Select Tryouts/ Training Camps/Winter Programming Options-
Student athletes interested in our program, take the time to research the info, staff, photos and more on our website. Recruit form online
Fall players/families: reg links for Can Am player application have been posted under our respective TEAMS pages. Please fill out ASAP
The Minnesota Loons provides talented high school players exposure to NCAA recruits, premiere showcase competition across the country and coaching to take thier game to the next level. We encourage our athletes to have a strong work ethic and provide a competitive and comfortable environment to do so. Our goal is to not only improve and develop lacrosse skills, technique, and know how; but also to help develop a strong work ethic for Minnesota`s youth and have them "Set their Sights" on their future and inspire on and off the field!
Thanks for stopping by. Go to "About the Loons Program" to learn more.