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Position-Specific Training: Grades K-12

TEAM 91 TRISTATE K-12 WINTER TRAINING Attendees will join our Tristate players for a fast-paced, high repetition training led by our directors and coaches. Sessions will focus on position-specific drills, fundamentals, and individual skill development. Players will be separated by grade to maximize instruction. Spots are Limited Per Age Group! *trainings included in all Team 91…

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’20 Alex Cottler Commits to Hartwick

Follow Team 91 Tri-State on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.  Alex Cottler envisioned a fairly set deadline for a commitment, and it was that he wanted to stick to as much as possible. That decision was made much easier when he felt how much one school wanted him. “I really wanted to commit before my senior year to make senior…

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Vallarelli Named Girls Co-Director

  Mike Bocklet didn’t have to look too far when he wanted to strengthen the Team 91 Tristate girls’ program. When you’re a professional lacrosse player, you tend to have some connections, so asking Rachel Vallarelli to be the one to help bolster the program was an easy decision. “I’ve known Rachel for a long…

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Girls 2019-2020 August Tryouts

REGISTRATION CLOSED – WALK-UPS WELCOMED!   Tryouts are open to all girls 2029-2022 interested in playing travel lacrosse during the 2019-2020 season. Dates: Wednesday, August 28th 5:00pm-6:30pm | 2029-2025 6:30pm-8:30pm | 2024-2022   Location: SUNY Purchase | Turf Fields Cost: $50 What you get: Reversible Pinnie and Shorts   GIRLS COACHING STAFF: 1 PRO PLAYER, 2…

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Coach Spotlight: Emily Considine

Coach Spotlight: Girls 2021 Coach Emily Considine Coaching/Playing background: Considine started her collegiate career at Syracuse, in her freshman season she was a member of the Orange team that reached the 2012 NCAA National Championship Game. She then transferred to Hofstra and was named to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) All-Rookie Team in 2013. The…

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Jay Mauro Leads K-3 Academy

Follow Team 91 on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.  It doesn’t take long to hear it in Jay Mauro‘s voice, and it’s abundantly clear that he harbors a burning passion for skill development. It’s his belief that there’s not enough of it going on in lacrosse, particularly at younger ages, and it’s something that he wants to quickly change. “I think that a skill…

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