Trilogy Lacrosse Announces Two Summer Tournaments For 2014

Posted on October 1, 2013 by

Categories: High School

BROOKLYN, NY – Trilogy Lacrosse, the national leader in instruction, competition and exposure programming, has announced the return of the Summer Masters Tournament Series in June 2014.  The second annual series will again utilize the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center for The Baltimore Masters, and Lawrenceville, NJ for The Masters at Rider University.

The two-day tournaments feature youth and high school divisions, a championship format, and a guarantee of five games.  Building off a successful inaugural year that saw top national talent including the Jersey Makos, Annapolis Hawks, Mesa Fresh, and Leading Edge, the Masters Series maintains its focus on providing the ultimate experience for players, coaches and families.  Teams will be placed in appropriate brackets to ensure optimal competition.  All fields will be at a single site with nearby parking, a bustling vendor village and raffles of Trilogy Lacrosse and Under Armour equipment and apparel.

 

“We are thrilled about returning to such great facilities with a year of experience and championship titles up for defense,” said Trilogy Lacrosse CEO and MLL all-time points leader Ryan Boyle.  “With this announcement we expect to draw from an even larger national audience and anticipate our 2014 Masters Tournaments to be some of the most competitive in the country.”

The Baltimore Masters’ proximity to the Charm City and Hunt Valley make it a perfect location for a family weekend trip with nearby hotels, dining, shopping and sight seeing.  At Rider University, on campus housing and dining is available to players, parents, and coaches.  The town of Princeton, New Jersey also provides a great option for parents and family, with plenty of restaurants and shopping located along historic Nassau Street.

 

To learn more about the Trilogy Lacrosse Masters Tournament Series please visit www.trilogylacrosse.com/tournaments.

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