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2017 Hornet Lacrosse Prospect Clinic

Ages: High School Rising Seniors (Class of 2018), Juniors (2019), Sophomores (2020)
Location: Kalamazoo College Athletic Fields Complex - 1600 West Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Time: 12 pm - 7 pm (Optional admissions segment 10 am - 12pm)
Cost: $100



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The Kalamazoo College Men’s Lacrosse High School Prospect Clinic is geared toward high school players that are interested in playing lacrosse at the collegiate level. Our goal is to expose you to the level of competition, types of drills, and expectations of NCAA collegiate lacrosse coaches. Players will participate in a “typical” college lacrosse practice, compete in scrimmages, and learn about the college selection process all while receiving elite-level college lacrosse instruction. If you want to see if you’re ready to play college lacrosse, this event is for you!

The High School Prospect Clinic will be directed by Kalamazoo College Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Vince Redko. Coach Redko is building the program at Kalamazoo after serving as the Defensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator at Connecticut College. Helping guide Conn College through the most competitive lacrosse conference in NCAA Division III – the NESCAC – Coach Redko helped the Camels secure victories over powerhouse programs such as Tufts University, Amherst College, Middlebury College, and Wesleyan University. He is a Long Island native, playing his high school lacrosse for one of the nation’s best high school programs – the storied Ward Melville Patriots.

Kalamazoo College is recognized nationally amongst the top-tier of liberal-arts colleges. Kalamazoo offers a variety of majors, an excellent study abroad program, numerous internships, and a successful alumni network. The Hornets compete in NCAA Division III as a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA).


Typical Schedule: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Begin   End   Activity
10:00 am   12:00 pm   Campus tour/Admission information session (*Optional)
12:00 pm   2:00 pm   Clinic & Practice Drills
2:00 pm   4:00 pm   Dinner
4:00 pm   7:00 pm   Controlled Scrimmages



Field Players: Stick, Helmet, Gloves, Arm Pads, Shoulder Pads, Cleats (athletic supporter strongly recommended)

Goalies: Stick, Helmet, Throat guard, Chest protector, Athletic supporter, Cleats


An Athletic trainer will be present on site at all times. Please make sure to communicate your medical and injury needs at the beginning of camp so that you can be monitored effectively.


Contact: Vince Redko

Phone: 269-337-7591 or Email: [email protected]