NEW YORK — July 16, 2015 – Guardian Sports today revealed the custom uniforms created by Uncommon Fit for the 2nd Annual Guardian National Championships. Over 100 of the top high school lacrosse goalies from across the country will be competing in 16 goalie-specific tests in four key component areas; REACTIONARY, OFFENSIVE, ATHLETIC and VIRTUAL in this groundbreaking combine and evaluation-styled event.
“We are very proud to partner with the people at Guardian Sports,” said PJ Martin, co-founder and Principal of Uncommon Fit. “They provide excellent instruction and the Guardian National is a premier event for keepers. It is an honor to be able to provide uniforms that will serve as a keepsake for this special experience for all of the participants.”
“We couldn’t be happier with the uniforms Uncommon Fit has designed for our event,” remarked Ginny Capicchioni, Guardian Sports, Founder/CEO. “We are proud to have the number one on all of the uniforms this year to commemorator all of Frank Menschner’s contributions to our sport.”
The Guardian National Championship is the largest lacrosse goalie specific showcase that brings together elite high school goalies from across the country and gives them the stage to showcase their talents in front of numerous Division I, II and III college coaches.
For more information on the 2nd Annual Guardian National Championships, taking place on July 27th through the 30th, visit www.GuardianSports.net. Also, be sure to follow Guardian Sports on Twitter – @goalguardian and like Guardian Sports on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/www.guardiansports.net
About Guardian Sports
Guardian Sports was created to institute a national lacrosse goaltending program. Guardian’s mission is simple – WE. CREATE. GUARDIANS. Guardian Sports provides the necessary resources and training for Goaltending development, training and recruitment at every level. This includes skill training, improving physical and mental competency, game day consistency and leadership education.
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