The San Diego State lacrosse program’s summer Aztec Prospect Clinic for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors will be held July 17 on the SDSU campus.
The one-day clinic begins at 8:30 a.m. with check-in and concludes at 3 p.m. after a Q&A with the coaching staff (parents are welcome). There also is a free two-hour admissions presentation and campus tour available beginning 3:30 p.m. A separate registration is required for the admissions session.
Cost of the Aztec Prospect Clinic is $75 and includes a SDSU reversible and lunch. Registration is available here.
Space in the clinic will be limited to the first 80 players who register (16 attack, 24 midfield, 8 FOGO, 24 defense, and 8 goalies). Registration is first come, first served.
The Aztec Prospect Clinic will be run by Aztecs head coach Jesse Foss, along with a clinic staff that includes Offensive Coordinator Bryan Bome (Hobart), Defensive coordinator Steve Bogert (Penn State), face-off coach Daniel Tussy (Grand Canyon) and goalie coach Eric Sanschagrin (Princeton).
From the registration page:
San Diego State University Men’s Lacrosse is dedicated to providing professional lacrosse instruction in a positive atmosphere that maximizes skill development and learning. This clinic is a great opportunity for players to learn from our experienced staff while being evaluated for our program. Athletes will get to experience first-hand what an SDSU practice is like and get a feel for our coaching style. During the Q&A portion, we will provide helpful information on our admissions, academics and campus life. We will also break down the day-to-day life for our student-athletes and discuss the MCLA experience.