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NEW YORK — February 11, 2015 — College lacrosse coaches now have access to a comprehensive new rating system they can use to recruit goalies, it’s called the Guardian Rating Classification (GRC) index. The GRC index is the first-ever quantifiable player-rating index in sports, outside of the NFL’s QBR ratings, to provide statistical figures for […]

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The East Coast’s Best Uncommitted Players Will Showcase Their Game This Weekend

The East Coast's Best Uncommitted Players Will Showcase Their Game This Weekend

Many of the regions best players still looking for their college home will be competing in this elite showcase. 120 uncommitted boys will play 3 games and the top 40 will be selected for al All-Star Game. Games will be played on the side by side (to allow for the most efficient college coaches scouting) on gorgeous Bermuda grass fields at Landon School. Read More…

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ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal

ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal

I am looking for a college program that is competitive. I am looking for a program that has competition within the team for starting spots and is very up-tempo in practice as well as games. I am looking for a program that will help me grow as a person and player. I am also looking for a college program that is very close. A program that acts as a family. Read More…

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“It’s Not About Who Comes In, It’s About Who Comes Back” Recruiting Tips with Shelley Sheiner of Kean University

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The college recruiting process is a gamble in any sport. And lacrosse is no exception. Athletes develop physically and mentally at different stages throughout high school. Some players are heavily recruited early on while other great players are under recruited until late in their junior and senior years. Even good high school players aren’t guaranteed to be great college players. Read More…

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Free.99 Highlight Videos with a Varsity Recruiting Profile


Get a free, professionally edited highlight video with your ConnectLAX Varsity profile. Save $100 while presenting your game in the best way possible to college coaches. Promotion ends August 5th! Read More…

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Private Coaches Help You With Recruiting On and Off the Field


People ask “Why build the largest network of private instructors in addition to your recruiting service?” Simple. Every player’s game and recruiting strategy is different, both requiring personal attention along with tailored instruction and advice. The majority of ConnectLAX instructors are recent graduates, having just navigated the recruiting process and learned where pitfalls to avoid are. Read More…

Texas High School Player Could be the Best Ever…

Texas High School Player Could be the Best Ever

Whether he’ll be the best to ever play the sport is unknown. But, he could very well be on his way to be crowned the best from Texas. Sam Romano has unique qualities every coach looks for. His finesse garners cheers from onlookers. Read More…

Posted in: D1, High School

What’s the Best Way to Get Recruited?

What's the Best Way to Get Recruited?

Not from a lacrosse hotbed? No worries, because college coaches like J.P. Stewart of Virginia Wesleyan look for commitment, athleticism and a hard work ethic above everything else. Coach Stewart believes players will find the best fit programs by asking coaches directly about their coaching styles. Read More…

Posted in: D3, High School

Where Are College Coaches Finding You?

Coaches can easily search for players by year, position, dominant hand, height, weight and more. After evaluating each profile, coaches can message recruits and add them to their recruit database like Front Rush. Maximize your recruiting exposure by including your player information where coaches are looking for it. Read More…

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Really? Here’s Another Hidden Ball Trick #FTW

Really? Here's Another Hidden Ball Trick #FTW

The hidden ball trick used to be a rarity. Today, it’s everywhere and not going anywhere. This is the third hidden ball trick we’ve seen in two weeks. Are kids just improving or is it actually part of a game-plan? I’d have to think it’s the former, but coaching tactics these days wouldn’t surprise me. Read More…

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