Trilogy Lacrosse Opens Locker Room

Headquartered in New York City, Trilogy Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing youth lacrosse programs in the United States. Founded in 2005, Trilogy Lacrosse is a national company with an established reputation as The Leader in Lacrosse Education.

One of Trilogy Lacrosse’s innovations this Spring has been their brand new online locker room. All players who register for camp will be given a username and password and can access it anytime they wish.

Trilogy wants to give their members the feeling of being in an actual locker room. You have the abilities to upload music, which you can listen to, as well as posting videos. The directors (Ryan Boyle, Ned Crotty, John Orsen, Mitch Belisle and Matt Striebel) have their own individual blogs.

Below is Coach Striebel’s breakdown, which can be found in his first blog post IN the locker room.

The concept: to provide you, the Trilogy Insider, with a place you can get up to date info on everything Trilogy, a venue in which you can interact with and keep up with your favorite Trilogy Personalities, and as always, an opportunity to learn from the best minds in the game. In the Trilogy Locker Room we will be offering, among many other things, weekly blogs—written and recorded—occasional chats, plenty of lacrosse-specific information (workouts, training tips, stick-string advice), not to mention a steady flow of insider-information in the form of chats, webinars, and videos.

Another development that has allowed Trilogy to reach more coaches and players across the country is their online webinar series. Every Wednesday one of the National Directors leads a presentation covering an important aspect of the game using power point presentations complete with moving x’s and o’s, live chat capabilities and real time interaction. Not only are these sessions completely FREE for the first 25 people to log on, but they are also all recorded and housed in the Locker Room.

Learn more about Trilogy Lacrosse and the Locker Room at

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