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Guardian National Championship — Who is the Best High School Lax Goalie in the Country?

NEW YORK, February 25, 2014 — Who is the best high school lacrosse goalie in the country? The Guardian National Championship will settle it once and for all on July 29-31st at the Spooky Nook Sports facility in Manheim, PA (the largest indoor facility in North American located outside of Philadelphia, PA). The best goalies in the nation will be tested on their shot stoping, clearing, stick handling and decision making skills in 16 goalie specific combine style station drills. Read More…

NEW YORK, February 25, 2014 — Who is the best high school lacrosse goalie in the country?  The Guardian National Championship will settle it once and for all on July 29-31st at the Spooky Nook Sports facility in Manheim, PA (the largest indoor facility in North American located outside of Philadelphia, PA).  The best goalies in the nation  will be tested on their shot stoping, clearing, stick handling and decision making skills in 16 goalie specific combine style station drills.

The Guardian National Championship is a combine style event that will give the top 30 goaltenders in the country, by graduating class (2015–2018), the opportunity to compete against each other and be evaluated and assessed on their goalkeeping skills. The goalies will be working with the same group of shooters and defensive players, current and former NCAA players, in order to provide the DI, DII and DIII college coaches in attendance a foundation on which to draw their comparisons.

Total Fee to participate in the Guardian National Championship:  $695/player, ( A deposit of $375 will hold your spot.  Final payment due May 15th).  Fee  includes all 3 days of training, testing, competition and uniform.  Fees do not include lodging or meals.  Families will need to make their own hotel arrangements.

If you are high school goalie looking to compete against the best at your position, the Guardian National Championship is for you.  We hope to see you between the pipes.

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