Justin Skaggs reports from the 2017 Mid Atlantic Showcase in Delaware hosted by the Lax Federation. The event takes place each July at Caravel Academy for boys high school lacrosse players. This year’s graduation dates included 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.
What is the Lax Federation?
A Home Grown Lacrosse Organization That Provides High Level Recruiting Events For Graduation Years 2019, 2020, 2021and 2022. Tournaments Are Competitive And Offer Family Fun For Youth Ages At Destination Locations.
According to the Lax Fed founders, the organization is designed to “do for your club what your club cannot do alone.” LaxFed is committed to running highly organized and competitive events for its membership. It serves in a networking role between club programs, college coaches, and high school recruits.
With highly competitive teams, complete recruiting binders for all coaches, and convenient field layouts, players are able to receive maximum exposure. There is no direct monetary fee to become a LAXFed member team and access the benefits, but your team does need to be partnered with ConnectLAX.
The entire Lax Federation experience has been created to provide automatic social media exposure for players and teams through on-site recruiting coverage and video. The organization’s overall strategy is driven by game film, highlight videos and video libraries, including syndication on national recruiting platforms such as ConnectLAX, TopLaxRecruits and, of course, LaxAllStars.
Should I attend the LaxFed Mid Atlantic Showcase?
With over sixty college lacrosse coaches in attendance, this Lax Federation recruiting showcase caters to the uncommitted athlete looking to get noticed. It provides a fantastic opportunity to for players learn directly from the college coaches and even (assuming you’re following NCAA rules) introduce themselves in person!
If you’re an aspiring collegiate athlete in the Northeast, the Mid Atlantic Showcase has been designed for YOU!
The Mid Atlantic Showcase provides a fantastic opportunity for aspiring college athletes to learn and gain interest from college lacrosse coaches at all NCAA levels of play - Division I, Division II, and Division III.