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Recruitment Resources

This page is dedicated to helping those STUDENT-athletes who have hopes of playing collegiate lacrosse one day. The recruitment resources below include: recruiting services, individual recruiting camps, NCAA and MCLA coaches' contacts and finally tips on how to make your recruiting experience a more easy and enjoyable one. 

Recruiting Services

Below are a few lacrosse recruiting services, that strive to help athletes achieve their goal of playing college lacrosse. These services require a membership which will help you gain access to their valuable resources such as but are not limited to: individual player profiles which college coaches can view, access to coaches' contact information, and also the ability create player highlight reels.

IMLCA Recruiting Resource - The IMLCA is an association of all DI, DII, DIII coaches. Their recruiting service is the only recruiting resource that is viewed by every college lacrosse coach in the nation. They have worked hard to keep costs down and provide athletes with resources and opportunity to be recruited through this service.

LacrosseRecruits - LacrosseRecruits allows you to create a player profile which gives you the access to every college coach in the country. It also has a free recruiting guide which gives you the ins and outs of the college recruting process.

Individual Recruiting Camps

Top 205Top 205 lacrosse camps invites those student athletes that coaches have recommended, who are highly ambitious lacrosse players. We provide the student athletes an opportunity to compete with their peers, in a setting before college coaches from across the country. 

Elite 180 - At Elite 180 each of the boys recruiting camp teams are coached for the entire camp by a NESCAC or Ivy League coach. The camp enrollment is limited in order to keep player to coach ratio at a level that allows the coaches to get multiple exposures to each of the players.

Blue Chip 225 - Blue Chip 225 is geared to cover all the bases. Each camper will not only take part in a variety of drills and games, but also be given an opportunity to demonstrate their skills on the playing field. This will allow top collegiate coaches the opportunity to see all you have to show.

Peak 200 Lacrosse - Peak 200 has earned a reputation for excellence, establishing a benchmark for Northeast lacrosse recruiting. Through a dynamic and positive culture, our collegiate coaching staff provides student-athletes, and their families, with a tremendous resource for placement at the Nation’s elite Div. I, II, and III NCAA institutions.

College Lacrosse Contacts

NCAA Division I, II, III - List of all NCAA lacrosse programs

Official Website of MCLA - Here you will find the most up to date information on the MCLA, as well as links to both Division I and II teams sites.

Tips and Information on Recruiting

There are a lot of helpful resources when it comes to the recruiting process. This section is dedicated to additional articles and resources which provide an insight into the recruitment process.

US Lacrosse College Recruiting Guidebooks - US Lacrosse shares a free downloadable "Recruiting Guidebook" for both and men's and women's lacrosse. The intent of these handbooks is to present hard facts, dispel the myths, and to promote the essentials in recruiting. This page also provides different links to answer all questions pertaining to the recruitment process.

LaxPower - LaxPower has researched the best recruiting guidance, free tools, and sites that we have found on the web to give both parents and players perspective and a reasonable starting point for what can be an enjoyable rather than frustrating and stress-filled process. 

Four Key Recruiting Tools in the College Search for Athletes - This article attempts to pinpoint 4 key tools that prospects from every sport can use in maximizing a well-organized approach in the college search for athletes.