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2017 Season Update 01/17/2017 Chiefs Nation,
Unfortunately, due to lower registration numbers...
Coach Sal Capezza 04/21/2016 On Wednesday, April 20,2016, we lost a great teacher, lacrosse coach,...
A MESSAGE FROM LYNN UNIVERSITY COACH BRIAN KINGSBURY
I am Brian Kingsbury, head lacrosse coach at Lynn University. I’d like to invite you and your family to attend our home games. Admission and parking is free.
Growing up in Severna Park, MD, I was surrounded with great lacrosse with Maryland, Hopkins, Navy, Loyola, and Towson in my back yard. I went to as many college games as possible to deepen my knowledge of the game and be entertained. We have three homes games vs. our conference competitors. These three games will be close and hard fought battles. This is the best lacrosse in the area at this time.
Saturday, March 25 @ 5pm vs FL Tech
Saturday, April 8 @ 5pm vs Rollins
Saturday, April 15 @ 1pm vs St. Leo
Additionally, I have two summer lacrosse camp dates. Camp rates increase on April 1, 2017.
Unfortunately, due to lower registration numbers for the 2017 season, the Chiefs are unable to field teams in the following age groups: Boys U7, U9, U15; Girls U7, U9, U11 and U15.
Through an ongoing, cooperative partnership with the Parkland Redhawks, we are able to offer placement on rosters for all players that signed up with the Chiefs in those age divisions that we cannot field teams, with the exception of both the Boys and Girls U15 teams, as Parkland also does not have enough players registered in these age groups.
We would like to apologize in advance for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Our mission as a club is to offer the opportunity for the children of our community to learn the great game of lacrosse. With the placement of the majority of the players with the Redhawks, we have taken a necessary step in fulfilling this mission.
On a positive note, despite the low registration numbers, we are still able to field teams in the Boys U11, U13 and Girls U13 age groups.
In closing, we look forward to the upcoming season and continue to strive to deliver the best lacrosse experience possible for both our players and families. Also, we are hopeful that we can achieve registration numbers for 2018 that will support the Chiefs fielding teams in all age divisions.
On Wednesday, April 20,2016, we lost a great teacher, lacrosse coach, board member and friend, Sal Capezza, to a long and courageous battle with cancer. Sal, 47, a native of Long Island, NY, shared his love for the game of lacrosse with our community as a volunteer with the Chiefs. He was a coach for four years, up through and including last season for the Chiefs, Tribe Lax, Stealth Lacrosse and SoFlo Box Lacrosse. He also served as a board member of the Chiefs for the last two years. His son, Nick, played with the Chiefs through last season in our U15 team. Coach Sal, was loved and will be missed! He will always be in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Capezza family.