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 Next Level Lacrosse NW 3v3 Summer Challenge 

This registration will enable you to sign up your child for the Next Level NW 3v3 Summer Challenge.

  • Open to all boys and girls, grades 2 through 7 (rising 3 through 8)
  • No experience necessary
  • Learn lacrosse fundamentals

When and Where:

  • 6/27 - 8/3 (except none on Mon. July 4th)
  • Practices: Mondays & Wednesdays: 4:00 - 6:00 pm
  • Games: Sundays
  • Championship Games 8/1 and 8/3
  • Kirkland Lacrosse Center

Form your own team of 4 to 6 players or declare yourself as a free agent and we'll roster you to a team.

Cost: $149/player gets you 16 sessions (11 practices and 5 game days, plus earn up to 2 championship days!)


Presenting: The Next Level Lacrosse 3v3 Summer Challenge

We will be hosting a 5 WEEK camp specializing in Try Lacrosse Training, Lax IQ and development summer teams starting June 20th. This is a great way for your players to learn lax IQ during the summer months and take their game to the Next Level.

 

What is 3v3 Lacrosse?

Each game of 3v3 lacrosse is fast paced, free flowing and heavily emphasizes skill development and quick decision making under pressure. 3v3 lacrosse is played on a modified field with smaller nets and softer balls. No Coaches, No Positions, No Goalies, No Equipment! Each team is made up of 4-6 players, so grab your friends, grab your sticks and let’s play!

What are the rules of 3v3 Lacrosse?

Teams must be made up of 4-6 players. Instead of starting each game with a draw, possession will be granted to one of the teams by decision via coin toss. This possession is determined by a stick toss at the very beginning of the game. The ball changes possession after ever goal. One pass must be made on offense before a team can score, and you can not score from the defensive side of midfield. On offense, you must place your shot, you cannot wind up and whip the ball. On defense, one player can jump in the goal to serve as goalie. When the ball is thrown or rolls out of bounds, it must be inbounded back into play by the opposing team by making a pass from the sideline, similar to basketball. No checking is allowed.

 

(13) Practices will be Monday and Wednesday 4:00pm-6:00pm

June - 27th, 29th

July – 6th, 11th, 13th, 18th 20th, 25th, 27th

(5 Weeks) Games will be Sunday 10:00am-12:00pm

July - 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st.

Championship games

August 1st and 3rd

 

How are the games structured?

The game schedule will be posted on the Next Level Sports App. All players must RSVP for the following weeks games. Re Games will start and end on a central horn. Each game will consist of two 10-minute halves with a 2-minute half time. Players will sub on the fly as needed.

Can I pick my teammates? Can I register without having a team?

The answer for both questions is yes. Each team is made up of 4-6 players. You have the opportunity to choose your team and teammates before hand. During the registration process, we will ask for your team name and for each player's name. If you are registering as a free agent, meaning you do not already have a team and teammates, you will be placed on a team made up of other free agent players!

3v3 Summer Challenge Divisions: 

2027 (gr.7,U14)

2028 (gr.6,U13)

2029 (gr.5,U12)

2030 (gr.4,U11)

2031 (gr.3,U10)

2032 (gr.2,U9)

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 Next Level NW 3v3 Summer Challenge 

 3v3 Program Director: 

Coach Matt Turbak

Coach Turbak grew up in Bellevue and got his first Varsity Coaching job in 1988 with Bellevue High School (‘88-‘91). After spending 15+ years living and coaching in California, he returned to the WA lacrosse community in 2014, helping coach with the Sammamish/Interlake program. Turbak then went on to be the Varsity Head Coach at Tahoma HS, he also helped coach their 5th/6th & 7th/8th grade teams. He currently is the Head Coach for the Newport 7th/8th grade team. Coach Turbak also founded and runs the “I-90 Indoor Lacrosse League” (Issaquah, WA), the largest box lacrosse league in WA.

 

Instagram: @coachturbak @i90indoorlax