Summer Showcase – Adrenaline Lacrosse
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The Showcase program is a tremendous chance to showcase your skills under the instruction of top NCAA coaches. It is also an affordable compliment to tournament play that increases a player’s visibility with top collegiate programs. The Summer Showcase provides players the opportunity to be coached by some of today’s best college coaches while being evaluated as a prospective student athlete. Players will be put through a high tempo college level practice focusing on individual fundamentals, positional training, small number situations and full field transition. Players are also divided into teams, instructed by NCAA coaches, for live competitive games. The showcase is the perfect complement to our tournament series where coaches can work with and get to know players in an intimate setting on the Tuesday before then watching them play for their club teams on Wednesday & Thursday. The Invitational Prospect Showcase will be capped at 120 players to allow for maximum attention. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to grow your game and be recruited!
Adrenaline’s vision is to capture the distinct aspects of each city we visit and provide a regional experience for the thousands of people in attendance. In order to accomplish this, Adrenaline curates the best food, shopping, and entertainment options in each location, and showcases them in the Adrenaline Vendor Village. Find out more about what to do off field with your team on our Local Attractions tab.
** Please note- for the goalie position at our Prospect Days and Showcases, we waitlist all of the goalies from opening of registration. We pull goalies off the waitlist based on the number of field players we get and the number of teams we form. This way we ensure that we don’t have more than two goalies per team. Just because you are waitlisted, doesn’t mean that the goalie position is full! Please make sure you register on the waitlist, and we will contact you when we can pull you off the waitlist and into the showcase!
- 40 NCAA college coaches attending
- Engaging top level clinics and instruction from the top NCAA minds in the game
- Top players divided into teams that are coached by top NCAA coaches
- 2 games over the course of the day
If you have any questions or difficulty registering, please go to contact support.
- June 20, 2023 (Tuesday)
- DE Turf
4000 Bay Road
- PLAYER FEES
ALL AGES = $195
DIVISIONS | Boys Only!
*All players must be a US Lacrosse member to participate
2024 (11th Grade)
2025 (10th Grade)
2026 (9th Grade)
2027 (8th Grade)
*Divisions based off of Graduation Year. Please use grades completed in Spring 2023!
*This event is open to all.
PLAYER CHECK IN
3:00 – 4:00 PM
4:00 – 8:00 PM
* Teams are formed based off of graduation year and position, double check both of these items before completing registration
* This event is for Boys only
* All players MUST be members of US Lacrosse
VIEW ADDITIONAL DETAILS
TRAVEL & LODGING
This is a STAY TO PLAY tournament. All non-commuting teams participating in the tournament MUST (as a condition of acceptance) make all hotel accommodations using our tournament housing services. Please do not call the hotels directly and book through the hotel reservation link below. We appreciate your support as these partnered hotels assist in sponsoring our event.
Adrenaline Lacrosse is proud to partner with Team Travel Source, a travel/booking agency with a nationwide reputation for excellence in managing travel for sports events. Team Travel Source is the official housing partner of DE Turf and has secured specially discounted hotel rates with the top properties in the area. These rates are lower than the hotel’s best available rate and usually includes breakfast for your team. If you have any questions, please contact Team Travel Source directly at [email protected] or 502-354-9103
Average weather: 83°
Air Mobility Command Museum
Biggs Museum of American Art
Jonathon’s Landing Golf Club
Dover International Speedway
AMF Doverama Lanes
Cool Springs Fish Bar and Restaurant
Grey Fox Grille and Public House
Crab Du Jour Cajun Seafood and Bar
Betsy Ross Pizza
Average weather: 80°
Rehoboth Bay Marina
East of Maui Surf Shop
Delaware Seashore State Beach
Jungle Jim’s River Safari Water Park
Dolles Candyland Rehoboth Beach
Axxiom Escape Rooms
Vanderwende Farm Creamery
Dogfish Head Brewery and Tours
Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls
Average Temp: 80°
Places to eat:
Archies Ice Cream
Arena’s Deli and Bar
Conch Island Key West Bar and Grill
Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls
Things to Do:
Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk
Rehoboth Public Beach
Tanger Outlets Rehoboth Beach
Penny Lane Mall
Midway Speedway Park
Revelation Craft Brewing Company
Average Temp: 82°
Places to eat:
Frederica Pizza and Pasta
Cool Springs Fish Bar & Restaurant
ATTENDING COLLEGE COACHES
2023 ATTENDING COLLEGE COACHES
**The list of coaches below are the ones who are coaching the players through all the games and station work during the Prospect Day. More coaches will be in attendance watching the prospect day. Please note, coaches do drop from time to time because of conflicts or other issues. If programs drop, we will do our best to replace them and update the list.
Connor Samuelson- UMass Lowell
Alec Dambach- Yale University
Jake Hervada- University of Delaware
Jack Kearney- New Jersey Institute of Technology
Doug Sage- Manhattan College
Aaron Grill- University of Pennsylvania
Ryan Nowell- Lafayette College
Jonathan Lanzalotto- Rutgers University
Joe Karpinski- Drexel University
Mark Bieda- University of Michigan
Colin Munro- Providence College
John Cook- High Point Mens Lacrosse
Nicholas Griffin- UMBC
Jeff Handman- Queens University of Charlotte
Ryder Garnsey – Notre Dame
Jonathan Basti- Sacred Heart University
Michael Ondrusek- Bellarmine University
Jon Cohen- Johns Hopkins
Adrian Torok-Orban- Robert Morris University
Aaron Leeds- Brown
2023 SUMMER SHOWCASE SCHEDULE
ROSTERS WILL BE POSTED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE EVENT!
DE Turf Visitor Guide
Adrenaline is pleased to announce we are offering parents a solution to our “No Refund” policy as it relates to event fees. We are highly recommending that you purchase this new AIG policy called “Registration Saver”. You may still purchase even though you have already registered.
The policy helps protect parent’s investment in non-refundable event fees and related travel cost if the event is cancelled due to inclement weather or your player suffers an injury or illness either on or off the field prior to the event. It also covers many other unforeseen circumstances, which might prevent a player from participating.
Here are some key reasons why we wanted to make parents aware of the “Registration Saver”:
- Adrenaline has a “NO” Refund Policy
- Injuries & Illness Occurs
- Event Cancellation Due to Inclement Weather
- Non-Refundable Travel Costs Are Covered
- Affordable Coverage at 6% of Event & Travel Costs
***Note: The policy must be purchased 15 or more days prior to the start of the event. The premium is very affordable and calculated based on 6% of the event and travel related expenses.
If you purchase a policy and an injury, illness or other unforeseen event should happen to your player before the tournament start date, the policy kicks in to reimburse your costs.
How to Buy: Please visit the website: www.registrationsaver.com to review the coverage. To complete the simple application, click on “Apply Now” and select the “Tournament & Camps”. You can purchase a policy for just the event registration fee or if you wish to include your travel, simply fill in the related travel expenses in the fields provided and your premium will be calculated for you. If parents and family members are traveling also, you can purchase the travel for the whole family! We highly recommend purchasing ASAP!
- Adrenaline has a strict “no refunds” policy for all events and clubs. We will provide a 100% credit to any team or player that has registered and paid for an event that is cancelled due to COVID-19.
- To protect your registration fee’s in the event you suffer an injury either on the field or off, illness or cancellation due to inclement weather, we encourage you to purchase the new AIG insurance policy called “Registration Saver.”
- The policy covers your registration fee investment for a camp/tournament or a club season. If you have already registered, you can still get coverage. Camp/tournament coverage MUST be purchased at least 14 days in advance of the start date. Club season coverage can be purchased at any time.
- If something should happen to your player after the season/tournament start date, the policy will refund your fees pro-rata, based on the duration of the season/tournament or when the player has to stop participating.
- The premium cost is 6% of camp/tournament fees or 7% of club season fees and will give you relief from Adrenaline’s strict No Refunds policy.
- To review the coverage and complete the simple application, go to www. registrationsaver.com. Click on “Apply Now” and select the “Season”/”Camp-Tournament” policy to sign up.
- AIG can be reached at 866-690-6859 and is available 24/7.
The safety of our players, coaches, referees, fans and staff comes first. In the event of adverse weather or unplayable field conditions, Adrenaline reserves the right to:
- Cancel games partially or entirely
- Reduce game times, eliminate halftime or shorten time between games
- Finish games before inclement weather arrives
- Reschedule and/or relocate games
- Convert a tournament to a “festival” format without a playoffs or championship
If there is a lightning strike within 6 miles of the facility, play will be suspended immediately and will not resume until 30 minutes after the last lighting strike within 6 miles of the facility. If a game stoppage occurs in the second half of a game, that game will be considered final and the score at that time will be recorded as final. If a game stoppage occurs in the first half, when play resumes it will be the start of the second half.
We will make every attempt to play every minute of every game but our ability to do this is dependent on field availability and lighting. We will post schedule delays, changes and cancellations on Tourney Machine and on the event web page. Additionally we will email all registered club directors, coaches and players via LeagueApps. Weather conditions can change rapidly and all teams MUST be prepared to play as soon as the weather clears and fields are playable or risk forfeiting a game.
Facility management often has the final say on weather and field condition delays and cancellations.
- Players interested in participating in an event but are not on a team MUST register as a Free Agent on our website and pay the $1 fee.
- Player information will be circulated to all attending coaches/directors.
- If a team needs an additional player, they will contact the Free Agent directly.
- If a Free Agent is picked up by a team they will be charged the Free Agent fee by Adrenaline for that event.
- There is no guarantee that registered Free Agents will be picked up by a team for any event.
Matt Chandik’s Summer One Percent – My Lacrosse Tournaments
- Summer 2023: June 27 (2025 and 2026) and June 28 (2027) at The Proving Grounds in Conshohocken, Pa.
- Each team plays three games with four 12-minute quarters. The top 40 players will be chosen to the All-Star Game.
- All games played on three fields with close proximity to each other.
- Every player receives a T-shirt, jersey and shorts.
- The most media coverage of any showcase, led by Matt Chandik. Chandik has nearly 10 years of lacrosse media experience and leads the NLF player rankings. A star-studded team of photographers and videographers will be on site to help make this a one-of-a-kind showcase.
- Cost: $525
- This event is open to any and all participants.
Refunds will not be given unless the player is injured and provides a doctor’s note confirming the injury until May 1. Once a player is committed to play in the event, he is expected to play, regardless of club or high school team schedule, commitment to other events, etc.
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Offensive MVP: Rowyn Nurry, attack, Salesianum (Del.) / Brotherly Love – Cornell
Defensive MVP: Ben McCarthy, faceoff midfield, Haverford School (Pa.) / Freedom – Duke
Offensive MVP: Gary Merrill, midfield, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) / Team 91 Long Island Shock
Defensive MVP: Bo Popham, defense, Delbarton (N.J.) / Team 91 Maryland Fire
Offensive MVP: Tuck Gilbane, attack, Noble & Greenough (Mass. ) / Laxachusetts
Defensive MVP: Nevan McKneely, LSM, Loyola Blakefield (Md.) / Team 91 Maryland
Offensive MVP: Leo Hoffman, midfield, Brunswick (Conn.) / Team 91 Long Island Bandits – Penn
Defensive MVP: Connor Foley, goalie, Thayer (Mass.) / Laxachusetts – Brown
Offensive MVP: Jake Vana, midfield, St. John’s Prep (Mass.) / Gorilla – Princeton
Defensive MVP: Aidan Olazabal, goalie, Phillips Exeter (N.H.) / Team 91 Maryland – Yale
Offensive MVP: Preston Evans, attack, Belmont Hill (Mass.) / Laxachusetts
Defensive MVP: Russ Fitzgerald, faceoff midfield, Penn Charter (Pa.) / Prime Time
19-year-old Swede scored a lacrosse goal in the style of Svechnikov in the MFM game with the Finns
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The only goal of the Swedish team was scored by 19-year-old forward Niklas Heglander.
He repeated the lacrosse goal of the Russian striker of the Carolina NHL club Andrey Svechnikov.
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HELSINKI, November 14. /TASS/. Russian hockey players with a score of 2:4 lost to the Swedes in the match of the second round of the Karjala Cup, which is the starting stage of the Eurotour. Despite the defeat, the young striker of the Russian national team Matvey Michkov can be called the hero of the meeting – the striker became the youngest goal scorer in the history of the national team, and besides, he scored the puck in spectacular style.
Michkov’s goal did not help the Russian team beat the Swedes in the Karjala Cup match
Before the second match of the tournament, which takes place in Helsinki, several changes took place in the Russian team. Acting head coach Oleg Bratash was forced to leave the team for personal reasons, he was replaced in this position by Sergey Zubov. Adjustments were also made to the composition of the Russian team for the match with the Swedes. So, Yaroslav Askarov appeared at the gate, who, obviously, is being played for the World Youth Championship.
Another change was the appearance of Michkov in the second line, who in the game with the Finns broke the records of Alexander Ovechkin and Vladislav Tretiak, becoming the youngest hockey player to play for the national domestic team.
Against the Finns, Michkov played on the fourth line, which looked active in attack for his level. In the match with the Swedes, he was transferred to the second three to Artem Galimov and Daniil Vovchenko, and the decision turned out to be justified. This link began to manifest itself already in the first period, when Michkov did not use a 100% chance in one of the episodes. The 16-year-old forward failed to successfully play the rebound and push the puck into the empty corner of Gustav Lindval’s goal. For an unrealized moment, a more experienced opponent punished the Russians at the very end of the first period – Anton Bengtsson opened the scoring.
“The puck landed the way it should”
But at the beginning of the second 20-minute period it was Michkov’s time: the SKA forward drove past the Lindval gate, picked up the puck and put it into the “nine” over the goalkeeper’s shoulder. A goal in this performance is called the name of the Finnish striker Mikael Granlund, who thus hit the gates of the Russian team in the semi-finals of the 2011 World Cup. Michkov is not the first Russian to score lacrosse at the highest level. Forward “Carolina” Andrey Svechnikov at the end of October 2019scored the first such goal in the history of the National Hockey League in a match with Calgary, and a couple of months later he repeated this trick in a game with Winnipeg.
Michkov became the youngest scorer for the national team in the history of national hockey
I saw Granlund’s goal, but at that moment I didn’t think about doing that,” Michkov said after the match. On the day of the game with the Swedes, he turned 16 years 11 months and 4 days old, Ovechkin scored his debut goal in the national team at the age of 17 years and 11 months.
The goalkeeper of the Swedish national team said that he was not disappointed with such a missed goal. “I saw the puck to my left, it all happened pretty quickly, and I will remember it for a long time. This guy has great skill, he can be a great player in the future. But the goal is unforgettable,” Lindval said.
Almost immediately after this historic puck, the opponent, thanks to the efforts of Karl Klingberg, again took the lead, but the Russians immediately bounced back – Galimov equalized the score. The Swedes still managed to put the squeeze on – the winning goal was scored by Anton Lander, famous for his performances in the Continental Hockey League, who admitted after the match that it was not his style to score lacrosse goals.
“It’s a very nice goal, I congratulated him on the ice for it. Unfortunately, it was scored against us, but the player himself deserves to have a good future. As for whether I tried to score like that, then I didn’t try to do that because it’s not my style of play,” the Swede said.
The final score in the match already in the third period was set by Klingberg, who scored a double. The Russian national team, which lost two out of two matches and did not score a single point in the Karjala Cup, lost its chances of winning the first stage of the Eurotour.
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Fulfilled Tretyak’s order
After the match, Zubov noted that the claims against his players mainly concerned the realization of scoring chances, and two goals were scored against Askarov after a more experienced opponent won the single combat on the patch, skillfully substituting the stick. “We paid attention to this until one of the goals, but our defender did not have enough strength. The fourth goal turned out to be more offensive when we played incorrectly on the shift,” Zubov said.
Tretiak called the goal of the hockey player Michkov against the Swedes very beautiful
President of the Russian Hockey Federation (FHR) Vladislav Tretiak, speaking about the puck abandoned by Michkov, called the goal performed by the striker of the Russian national team “classic”. “He lifted it in cold blood, placed it, skillfully used his moment. It’s very nice that [he scored] such a goal and that the young player joins the national team in such a way,” Tretyak told TASS.
After the match, the head of the FHR awarded Michkov the prize of the best player in the Russian team.
“The guys played at their level considering the order I gave them. Just one penalty compared to 37 penalty minutes [against the Finns] the day before yesterday. We outplayed [the opponent] on the move, the Swedes used all the chances they had were, their skill affected. But the desire is huge, they played at their level,” Tretiak said.
In another match on Saturday, the Finnish team beat the Czech Republic with a score of 4:2. In the standings of the Karjala Cup, the first two places are occupied by the teams of Sweden and Finland, which will determine the winner of the tournament in a face-to-face meeting on Sunday. The teams of the Czech Republic and Russia, which do not have points in their assets before the final round, will compete for the third position.