Frequently Asked Questions
- What is your cancellation/refund policy?
- How do I tell if an event still has available spots?
- Do you offer scholarships?
- How do I contact Trilogy Lacrosse?
- There is not a Trilogy Lacrosse Clinic in my area. What can I do?
- How do I tell if a clinic still has available spots?
- Your clinic is listed for a certain age group. My son does not fall within the exact range. Can he or she participate?
- My son plays goalie. Will there be special training for this position?
- Are Trilogy Lacrosse Clinics geared for specific positions or all positions (Attack, Midfield, Defense, Goalie, Face-Off)?
- What level of player are Trilogy Clinics best for?
- What do I bring to the clinic?
- Are parents allowed to visit and watch clinics?
- What is Trilogy Lacrosse’s policy in regards to bad weather?
- What happens if there is an injury or emergency?
- Are there any clinic rules?
Q: What instructors will be at the clinic?
A: The listed Clinic Director will be at the event for the entire time. He will run the event and provide the bulk of the instruction. Working with the director is our staff of NLL/MLL top professionals, collegiate coaches, high school coaches, and collegiate players. All of our Staff members have collegiate playing/coaching experience. Check out our individual Clinic Pages to find out EXACTLY who will be at your clinic.
Q: What is a typical day like?
A: Regardless of the type of clinic, we use an individual-group-team dynamic to provide maximum instruction coupled with ample game time. Check out the individual Clinic Page for specific Daily Schedule.
Q: What is your cancellation/refund policy?
A: If you have to cancel, for any reason before the start of the clinic, we will issue you a 100% credit of all clinic fees paid (cancellations must be in writing and received by email 48 hours before an event begins to qualify. No-shows will not receive credit). Your credit is redeemable at any Trilogy Lacrosse event, valid for one year, and is transferable to a family member. Cash refunds are not available.
Q: How do I tell if a clinic still has available spots?
A: Our events have space left unless it is marked “SOLD OUT” on the Clinics page. We maintain waiting lists for our clinics. If a clinic is marked sold out, please contact us to be placed on the waiting list.
Q: Do you offer scholarships?
A: No, we do not offer scholarships for our clinics. Scholarship opportunities are available for our camps. To find out information on our camp scholarships, please visit our camps page.
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Q: There is not a Trilogy Lacrosse Clinic in my area. What can I do?
A: We offer Clinics around the country. If there is not a clinic offered in your area and you are interested in bringing Trilogy Lacrosse to your area, please email us at email@example.com or call us at: 212-796-7987 and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Q: Your event is listed for a certain age group. My son does not fall within the exact range. Can he participate?
A: Our age brackets are designed to maximize the development and safety of our participants. Contact us in advance with your request and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Q: My son plays goalie. Will there be special training for this position?
A: Absolutely! Goalie training is integrated in the Trilogy Curriculum throughout the duration of our events. In addition, all of our goalies receive private training sessions with experienced goalie coaches at each of our Camps.
Q: Are Trilogy Lacrosse Camps geared for specific positions or all positions (Attack, Midfield, Defense, Goalie, Face-Off)?
A: We make sure to give each position the attention it deserves. Whether you play attack, midfield (including face-off and LSM), defense, or goalie you will receive the best instruction in the country.
Q: What level of player are Trilogy Clinics best for?
A: We teach players that are picking up the stick for the first time to those that start for their Varsity team. By using our educational progression, we are able to cater to the needs of each individual camper. Beginners, intermediate and advanced players receive instruction that is appropriate for their skill level.
Q: What do I bring to the clinic?
A: It is the responsibility of each player to come to camp with the appropriate gear and equipment (sticks, gloves, pads, mouth guard and helmet). Furthermore each player is required to wear his helmet at all times during drills, practices, scrimmages and games.
Feel free to bring a water bottle and/or Gatorade. Food is not provided. Feel free to bring a snack.
Medical Needs/Medications: Please email us any special medical concerns we need to consider during camp week as well as medications your son will be taking during camp. Our Athletic Trainer will be administering Medications in conjuncture with Camp Director.
Q: Are parents allowed to visit and watch clinics?
A: Absolutely! We encourage family members to come and watch the action.
Q: What is Trilogy Lacrosse’s policy in regards to bad weather?
A: For outdoor clinics, if there is a high chance of thunderstorm preceding the event, we will cancel the clinic by 5pm the day before and reschedule the clinic. Participants will be notified via email and notification will be posted on our website.
Once an outdoor clinic has begun, we will play through the rain. In the evnt there is thunder or lightning, we will vacate the field for indoor safety.
Q: What happens if there is an injury or emergency?
A: Our EMT/Certified Athletic Trainer/MD handles any injuries that may occur. Members of our Camp Staff are also medically trained. Injured Participants are treated as necessary and parents are contacted with explanation of injury.
Q: Are there any clinic rules?
A: We do not tolerate the use of drugs or alcohol. We also do not allow physical abuse or property damage. Lastly, we do not allow any players to leave the clinic without explicit permission. Breaking any of these rules warrants an immediate dismissal from the clinic without refund.