Vail Lacrosse Shootout 2021
June 27 – 30, 2021
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If you have any questions or need help with lodging/travel arrangements please contact Erik Tilley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-389-8405.
The Georgia Outlaws is the premier girls travel lacrosse program in the Atlanta area out of Newtown Park in Johns Creek, GA. We draw players from Fulton, Forsyth, Gwinnett, and DeKalb counties from ages 8 to 18. Our summer teams participate in 3 to 4 tournaments both locally and nationally, while in the spring fall/winter we participate in 2 to 3 tournaments locally and regionally. For 2019-2020 we have 9 Lady Outlaws Teams from upraising stars (2026-2028) to High School players (2020). Our goal is to prepare your daughter to take the next step- whether that is moving to full field middle school lacrosse, entering high school and preparing to be a impactful high school player or going down the recruiting path to play in college. Our staff includes current and former high school and college coaches and players who are dedicated to helping your daughter be the best player she can be.
VAIL LACROSSE SHOOTOUT
“Vail Lacrosse is by most accounts, the most prestigious annual Club Lacrosse tournament in the world. Past years have seen the United States national team and the Canadian national team enter the tournament (1994). In 1993, the Canadian East and West invitational squads competed in the tournament, and held a quiet inter-squad game on the last day of the tournament to help determine the final roster for the 1994 Canadian national team. The English national team competed in Vail in 1992, and for the last 10 years, the top teams from the United States Club Lacrosse Association have brought teams to Vail. In 1995 16 of the 24 1994 U.S. National team players competed in the tournament for different teams. Since the start of Major League Lacrosse, fewer professional players are able to make it out, but the Colorado Mammoth along with other National Lacrosse League players continue to take the field. In 2006, a Grand Masters division will be offered for those >50.”