Dates Announced for Top 205 Fall Showcase
The two-day Showcase has moved to Beldon Field at Goucher College
DENVER, Colo. – Top205 Lacrosse Camps, the nation’s longest-running recruiting camps, will host its annual Top205 Lacrosse Fall Showcase on November 14 and 15 at Goucher College in Baltimore, Md. The Fall Showcase is open to male high school lacrosse athletes (ninth-12th grade) who have not committed to a collegiate athletic program.
The two-day Showcase will take place at Beldon Field located at 1021 Dulaney Valley Rd in Baltimore, Md.
The Showcase provides participants with exposure to collegiate coaches from programs within NCAA Division I, II & III.
“The Fall Showcase offers high school players the opportunity to compete in front of many of the top college coaches in the country,” said Tony Seaman, General Manager of Major League Lacrosse’s Denver Outlaws and Top205 Lacrosse Co-Founder. “Competing in an individual Showcase rather than a team tournament allows a player to show his ability to compete and play with players that he has never played with before and gives the college coaches a whole new side to evaluate”.
Cost of the Fall Showcase is $405 (does not include room and board) and includes the chance to play in five games over the two-day Showcase.
Check-in will begin at 8 a.m. on November 14 with games beginning at 9 a.m. and running until 4 p.m. There will also be a recruiting seminar at 8:45 a.m. for parents in attendance.
The Showcase will conclude on Sunday with games beginning at 8 a.m. and running until noon.
ABOUT TOP205 LACROSSE
Top205 Lacrosse is the most established and longest-running recruiting camp in the nation. In its 27th year of operation, Top205 Lacrosse has given some of the nation’s top players access to some of the top collegiate programs in the country.
What makes Top205 Lacrosse different from any other recruiting camp is that it allows each participant to be showcased as an individual, allowing collegiate coaches to see how the athlete adapts to playing with new teammates. The Fall Showcase also allows collegiate coaches to see how the athlete performs in new systems and styles of play.