True Lacrosse, Minnesota’s most renowned traveling club program, can be found practicing daily at the National Sports Center (NSC) this summer. Even with 15+ small group training sessions each day, True Lacrosse is still holding private lessons regularly at multiple Minneapolis/St. Paul locations including the NSC. Even with COVID-19 safety adjustments, True Lacrosse expects a successful season.
True Lacrosse Minnesota is committed to the expansion and progression of lacrosse and the development of boys and girls lacrosse players across the state. Knowledgeable staff offers the most comprehensive lacrosse education in Minnesota, helping players reach their potential and achieve personal goals. Members of True Lacrosse benefit from the highest quality training, experienced coaches and thorough preparation to help them navigate the college recruitment process.
Lacrosse participation in Minnesota has grown significantly in the last decade and the quality of instruction is continuing to improve. Players will now have an opportunity to learn lacrosse from professionals with years of experience. True Lacrosse embraces an East-Coast style of play, and with help from local players Like Ryan McNamara, the program has blossomed into an opportunity for Minnesota lacrosse players to play at the collegiate level.
“The coaching is nonstop, consistent and technical, all of which my daughter needs and likes,” said a Girls U15 parent. “True (Lacrosse) provides so many opportunities to practice and train which is a huge plus for this program. The program is very forward thinking and the coaches are constantly looking for ways to improve the program. While winning is important, the coaches want the kids to feel confident in their playing, bond with their teammates, exhibit sportsmanship and enjoy the game of lacrosse.”
For the class of 2020, True Lacrosse represented 14 NCAA athletes, it probably would have been more if there were a 2020 high school season this year. In it’s five years of Minnesota representation, True Lacrosse has been affiliated with 55 NCAA athletes, the most from any other traveling programs in the state.
The black and fluorescent green helmets aren’t the only thing that stands out on a True Lacrosse player. Their work ethic will likely go unmatched due to the year-round training opportunities the club offers. It’s just weekly practice right now, but if the sport does get the green light for competition, expect True Lacrosse to be signing off on another championship weekend.