The third annual Warrior 40 Competition, an ESPN High School event, will be held at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo., August 13-15. The Warrior 40 is a three-day event for the nation’s best high school boys lacrosse players, and focuses on improving their game, knowledge and life skills on and off the field.
A panel of lacrosse experts for the Warrior 40 Competition is currently conducting a nationwide search for the top 40 boys’ high school lacrosse players. Participating athletes will be announced early this summer.
The final Warrior 40 athletes will travel to Colorado to receive advanced one-on-one lacrosse instruction and learn valuable life skills lessons from past and present Major League Lacrosse superstars.
Date Event Location
August 14, 2012 Warrior 40 Practice and Skills Competition Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (Commerce City, Colo.)
August 15, 2012 Warrior 40 Final Competition Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (Commerce City, Colo.)
Past players in the competition include University of North Carolina’s Joey Sankey and Jimmy Bitter, Johns Hopkins’ Wells Stanwick, University of Virginia’s Ryan Tucker, Maryland’s Goran Murray, Harvard’s Jake Gambitsky, Notre Dame’s Connor Doyle, Duke’s Brian Dailey and Albany’s Lyle Thompson.
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For more information about the 2012 athletes and the Warrior 40 go to Warrior40.com
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