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Phenom Camp Session One: 25 College Coaches In Pittsburgh

American Revolution hosted their first session of Phenom Camp last week in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania just southwest of Pittsburgh.

Phenom Camp shifted the focus back to education for the first two sessions to ensure players were learning new techniques and what college coaches expect of them on a daily basis.

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Athletes from the 2015, 2016, and 2017 graduating classes representing Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Illinois spent two days working with coaches from:

  • Bellarmine D1
  • North Carolina D1
  • Rutgers D1
  • Vermont D1
  • Endicott D3
  • Franklin & Marshall D3
  • Johnson & Wales Providence D3
  • Bates D3
  • Denison D3
  • Western New England D3

The final day of camp featured a game, which attracted an additional wave of coaches from:

  • Robert Morris D1
  • Lincoln Memorial D2
  • North Greenville D2
  • Baldwin Wallace D3
  • Capital D3
  • Defiance D3
  • Franciscan D3
  • Hiram D3
  • Houghton D3
  • Kenyon D3
  • Misericordia D3
  • Oberlin D3
  • Thiel D3
  • Indiana MCLA

The showcase day, as well as all instruction periods, took place on one field to guarantee exposure. There was no where to hide.

Phenom Camps guarantee education and exposure due to a limited number of athletes, college coaches hired to work the camps, and smaller venues.

Standout Performances

1. Dominic Giannangeli – Franklin Regional (PA) – Midfield – 2015

No short stick could cover him, human clear, non stop motor

2. Kyle Rullan – North Allegheny (PA) – Attack – 2015

Confident and determined dodger, routinely got to where he wanted to go, able to finish with boths

3. Evan Wells – Bellmont (OH) – Defense – 2015

Athletic, landed several take away checks, very confident in transition

4. Lucas Smith – Middleburg Academy (VA) – Midfielder – 2016

Smooth dodger, generated ample opportunities for himself down the alley

5. Mac Fall – University (WV) – FO/Midfielder – 2015

Pure FOGO in January, has since developed an offensive game this spring, athletic enough to run by short sticks

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Keep an eye out for…

Devin Sparks – Concordia (IN) – Midfielder – 2016

Daniel Sparks – Concordia (IN) – Midfielder – 2016

Andy Ream – Fox Chapel (PA) – Attack – 2015

Logan Maloni – Peters Township (PA) – Attack – 2016

AJ Hamer – Moon Township (PA) – Attack – 2015

Nate Fleck – Franklin Regional (PA) – Defense – 2015

The second session of Phenom Camp takes place this week June 17-19 in Canonsburg. Once again there will be two days of instruction followed by a showcase day.  Campers in graduating in 2015-2018 are eligible to attend for three days, two days or just one day depending upon their schedule.

Coaches from the following schools are committed to working the first two days:

  • Johnson & Wales – Providence D3
  • Western New England D3
  • Bates D3
  • Denison D3
  • Endicott D3
  • Franklin & Marshall D3
  • Hampden-Sydney D3
  • Marywood D3
  • Furman D1
  • Richmond D1
  • Vermont D1
  • High Point D1
  • Georgetown D1
  • Rutgers D1
  • North Carolina D1

All campers receive a sublimated reversible from Lacrosse Unlimited, Maverik DNA shorts, and ZimaGear decals. Games will be filmed and shared online by KVT Productions. Campers are welcome to purchase a highlight tape from the showcase game.

Athletes from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Indiana, California, Missouri, and Wisconsin are already registered.

Camp spots are still available. Register here.

About American Revolution Lacrosse

American Revolution Lacrosse hosts National High School Teams, Europe Touring Teams, Phenom Camps, Scoring Academies, and private lessons. American Revolution was founded in August 2011.

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