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Throughout the year, the Surf Dawg program will offer clinics and recommend other opportunities which the staff believes will enhance our participants' lacrosse skills and expose them to many different elements of the game of lacrosse.

2017 Surf Dawg June Clinic Series

This Clinic is designed to introduce lacrosse to boys grades 2-8 in a series of fun sessions that will build on what was taught the day before.  Beginners will be able to borrow gear from the Dawgs to get a full feel for the sport and try-it-out.  Beginners will be in their own group and will be shown proper fundamentals and taught the basic mechanics of scooping ground balls, cradling, throwing, catching, dodging and shooting.

Additionally, boys rising to grades 2-4th that are eager to improve their skills and IQ are encouraged to participate in fun and competitive drills and mini-games.  Players can also expect continuing education on proper technique and mechanics involving all aspects of stick handling, as well as instruction on communication, footwork, and positioning in dodging and defending drills. 

All boys will be separated and placed in groups based on grade, size and ability level.

Beginner Level - Rising 2nd-8th Graders
Intermediate Level - Rising 2nd-4th Graders

Mon, 6/12  4:00-5:30PM
Tues, 6/13 4:00-5:30PM 
Wed, 6/14  4:00-5:30PM
Location:  Corona del Mar High School

If you need to borrow equipment from the Dawgs, please arrive 30 minutes early to allow the necessary time to get your son dressed to participate. Loaner equipment (helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves) is available on a first come, first serve basis. Beginners should bring their own lacrosse stick if possible, however, we do have sticks to loan.  Players should have a molded mouthpiece, water/gatorade for breaks, along with lacrosse/soccer/football cleats.  Please, no sneakers/tennis shoes.  A protective cup is also recommended.

2017 Surf Dawg Late Summer Clinic Series
Registration and Info Coming Soon!