The Alfred University Men’s Lacrosse Saxons Prospect Clinic is an opportunity to learn under the tutelage of a top college lacrosse coaching staff. The training program’s design gears on enhancing skills that allow the players to compete at the collegiate level. There will also be a college recruiting process session. Moreover, this lacrosse prospect clinic is open to all rising Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors male lacrosse players. It is going to fall on the 10th of July at the top-notch Merrill Field on the Alfred University campus. Additionally, registration for the event is only until the 9th of July. It is a first come first serve basis.
Alfred University, originally the Select School, is a private, coeducational university in Alfred, New York. It comprises five colleges and schools. Namely, they are the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the College of Professional Studies, the Inamori School of Engineering, the Graduate School, and the School of Business. Overall, Alfred University has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The university’s current undergraduate student population is more or less 1,800. It is also serving more or less 300 postgraduate students. Furthermore, Alfred University is 48th in Regional Universities North of the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. In sports, Alfred University has 22 college teams competing in the Empire 8 Athletic Conference of the NCAA Division III. They are the Saxons. Purple and gold are their identity colors.
Alfred University Men’s Lacrosse Saxons Prospect Clinic Organizers
Jason Lockner, who hails from Penn Yan, New York, is the head coach of the Alfred University Saxons men’s lacrosse team since the 2006 season. He is the 2001 National Junior College Athletic Association Region III and National Coach of the Year awardee. Then, Adam DuPree is Saxons men’s lacrosse assistant coach. He is now in his ninth season with the Saxons coaching staff. Finally, Declan O’Grady is the graduate assistant coach.