Free lacrosse clinic for Grades 3–6 on May 15

Read on for details on our Spring Lacrosse Clinic for grades 3–6. Registration is free and opens Friday, April 30. The one-day clinic will take place Saturday, May 15 at the River Campus.
By Greg Anderson, PE Teacher & Summer Camps Director

USN Athletics is excited to provide a free, one-day lacrosse clinic exclusively for USN students in third through sixth grade on Saturday, May 15 at the River Campus. The clinic will be led by Athletic Director & Head HS Boys' Lacrosse Coach Josh Scouten and MS Athletic Director & Head HS Girls' Lacrosse Coach Lilly Miller. 

Third and fourth graders will play from 10 to 11 a.m., followed by fifth and sixth grade play from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. While the clinic is free, it is important for everyone attending to register. Each participant should bring a mouth guard and a water bottle. 

Drop-off and pick-up will take place at the River Campus. The following guidelines will be in place in adherence to USN's COVID-19 mitigating protocols:
  • All players, coaches, referees, and spectators will wear masks.
  • Spectators will be required to socially distance themselves.
  • Families will be required to fill out the Magnus Health mobile app before arrival and admittance. 
  • Players must have their own water bottles and masks. Water will not be available or provided.
Registration is free and open on Friday, April 30. The clinic is on Saturday, May 15.
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