WELCOME TO NEMS CLUB LACROSSE
NEMS RECRUITING MEETING
Annual NEMS Recruiting Meeting is being held Feb 12th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the McPhail Center, 525 W. McPhail Rd, Bel Air.
All parents and players from the 2020, 2021 and 2022 teams should attend.
A thorough explanation of the NCAA recruiting rules and regulations will be addressed as well as the player and parent's role in the recruiting process.
Both Recruiting Directors and the NEMS Board of Directors will be in attendance to answer any questions and explain their role.
This will be your one opportunity in 2019 to learn about the recruiting process, as it is extremely difficult to have the same detailed conversation individually with parents and players.
In addition, player's photos will be taken at the meeting for the player's recruitment page with the NEMS recruitment booklet which is printed and handed to college coaches at the summer and fall tournaments.
We look forward to seeing to you at the meeting.
CLINIC AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
3rd Annual Girl’s Lacrosse Coaches Clinic
Date: Sunday, February 24th, 2019
Times: Session 1, 8-10 AM | Stickwork, Cradling, Transition, Attack, Picks/Screens
Session 2 10:30 – 12 PM | Defense, Defending Man-Up Situation, Goalie
Location: Harford Sports Performance Center | 121 Industry Ln, Forest Hill, MD 21050
Elementary and Middle School Coaches and Parents
To teach current fundamental lacrosse skills and team concepts to elementary and middle school
coaches and parents
Coaching Packet with lacrosse techniques, drills, and basic plays
NEMS Clinic Presenters:
Lead: Kaci Starkloff
Heather McHugh, Shelby Morris
NEMS Clinic Demonstrators:
NEMS 2019-2020 Club lacrosse players
Cost: Single Session, $42.
Both Sessions, $62
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Train with Bryan Woolson
Johns Hopkins Women’s Lacrosse Strength and Conditioning Coach
Where: 131 Industry Lane, Unit 4, Forest Hill MD (near Harford Sports)
(15% off for NEMS Players):
Middle School Program
When: December - February
Monday - Thursday 6pm - 7pm
Goals: Focuses on building correct sprint and change of direction mechanics while improving body weight strength.
High School Programs
Preseason - Athletes that are preparing for a spring sport (lacrosse, track & field, etc.)
When: December - February
Monday - Friday, 2:30 and 4pm
Mondays & Wednesdays, 8pm
Goals: 4 lifting sessions and 3 running sessions (speed, agility, conditioning)
Focusing on building strength, power, speed and speed endurance. A player evaluation will need to be conducted prior to the start of conditioning.
ACL Reconditioning Program
1v1 training that is specifically geared toward helping the athlete regain their ability to jump, land, change direction and sprint safely to ensure they return to play in the best shape possible.
Contact Bryan Woolson
CSCS, NSCA-CPT, CPPS, Pn1
Regional Director of JDyer Strength & Conditioning Division for MedStar Sports Medicine Sports Performance
Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse Strength and Conditioning Coach
Congratulations to the 2019 NEMS TEAM
It is my honor and privilege to announce the NEMS 2019 college commitments.
This team is the epitome of the NEMS core values of team first and self-belief. They have shown an unwavering commitment to the program, some since the 5th grade, and as we added more teammates throughout the years the same values were taught and embraced by the new members. All the players pursued their dream of having offers to play lacrosse at a higher level with steadfast determination. They were dedicated to each other. When
players began to commit to college programs, each teammate continued to attend all practices, challenge each other during drills, support each other during hard conditioning days and showcase each other during tournament games.
Parents and coaches watched the NEMS 2019 team close the goal gap on competitors and are so proud of their determination. Although wins and losses are important, what was more inspiring to watch was their growth in mental toughness and perseverance. These traits will serve them well as they take the next step in their academic and lacrosse careers.
I am confident that NEMS 2019 will succeed in this next stage of their lives. Whatever these young ladies set their minds to they will achieve. It has been a pleasure coaching this group of players and I look forward to seeing them succeed in the future. I hope to see many return to NEMS as coaches and mentors to the next generation of players.
Best of luck to all the players in the future, you will be missed!
NEMS LACROSSE IS ALL ABOUT PLAYING LACROSSE AT A HIGHER LEVEL
Rec lacrosse. Travel lacrosse. Club lacrosse. High school lacrosse. College lacrosse. NEMS is dedicated to helping girls play at a higher level through all stages. NEMS players get to practice with the best talent in MD, PA and DE and play with the best talent in the nation.
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