A Major D1, D2 & D3 College Recruiting Event!
Welcome to the 2020 East Coast Fall Showcase. The stage is set! The East Coast Fall Lacrosse Recruiting Showcase in the nation's capital is a premier final fall recruiting event for all uncommitted boys lacrosse players in the 2021-2024 graduation classes. This is the official final NCAA allowable weekend to be scouted in-person by D1 coaches in the 2020 fall recruiting calendar. Don't miss it! Apply for FREE today!
Players who are participating with their High School team in the East Coast Invitational on Nov. 22nd are encouraged to participate in the Showcase on Nov. 21s as well!
In 2019, over 70 college coaches attended! See the list below. Every D1, D2 and D3 college coach will be invited in 2020. Committed coaches will be posted below.
2020 Headliners: TBA!
Past Headliners include: Lars Tiffany (UVA), Jeremy Hirsch (Princeton), Steven Boyle (Drexel), Todd Richardson (Cortland), Craig Chick (UMBC), Chris Feifs (UNC), Ben Deluca (Harvard), Taylor Mendoza(Penn State), Will Pilat(Wesleyan). Wes Speaks (Gettysburg), Taylor Harris (Tufts) & Tim Kerr (WAC). They provided an extremely valuable recruiting discussion session for all players.
Steven Boyle (Johns Hopkins 2010) - Boyle serves as the team's offensive coordinator. The Derry, New Hampshire native was the offensive coordinator at Brown University & at St. Paul's School for Boys in Baltimore.
Boyle's offensive unit at Drexel led the CAA in scoring during the 2019 season and finished 13th in the nation with more than 13 goals per game. Drexel's man-up unit scored 39 goals, the most in the nation, one more than Penn State. The team also had a .473 extra-man percentage, which was fourth in all of Division I. Three of Drexel's offensive players were named to All-CAA teams in 2019. In 2018, the Dragons also scored more than 10 goals per game and led the CAA in shooting percentage (.315). The previous season, Drexel's man-up unit led the CAA and finished 13th in the nation.
Boyle graduated from Johns Hopkins in 2010. He was a member of the 2007 NCAA Championship team, A three-time All-American, and was awarded the Bob Scott Award given to the school's top freshman. The team's Outstanding Attackman Award winner in 2009 and 2010, Boyle finished his career with 95 goals, 69 assists and 164 points. He was selected 12th overall in the 2010 Major League Lacrosse Draft by the Boston Cannons and played in the league until 2015.
Craig Chick (Lehigh 2019) - Chick just completed a brilliant career at Lehigh, earning the university’s highest USILA All-American honor in 93 years of competition. He was named to the second team in 2019, one year after garnering USILA honorable mention laurels and he is a two-time second team Media All-American (as a junior and senior). He will help work with the defense at UMBC.
The Edgewater, Maryland native and South River High School graduate competed in the 2019 USILA North-South All-Star Game and was named a Senior CLASS Award first team All-American. He finished his senior campaign with 42 caused turnovers, breaking his own school record for a third straight year and breaking the all-time NCAA record for his career – finishing with 160.
Chick was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week three times during his senior campaign and at the end of the regular season, garnered first team All-League honors for a third straight year. He was a second-round draft pick of the Dallas Rattlers and earned a spot on the Major League Lacrosse All-Star squad in his first season as a professional.
Todd Richardson (Mercyhurst 2010) – Todd joined the Cortland men’s lacrosse staff for the 2018-19 season after coming from Crawfordsville, Ind. Richardson spent the last five years at Division III start-up Wabash College, most recently as head coach from 2016-18. During 2017, his first year at the helm, Richardson led the Little Giants to the highest single-season win total in program history with a 5-11 record. Prior to a tenure on staff at Wabash, he spent a year as an assistant coach at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) in 2013.
A 2010 graduate of Mercyhurst University, Richardson was a member of the 2007 Division II national runner-up team and a senior captain of the 2010 squad that posted a 13-1 record. Originally from Memphis, N.Y. and a graduate of Jordan-Elbridge High School, he is excited to return to Upstate and help the Red Dragons during the 2020 campaign.
Saturday's Showcase Schedule will be posted the week of the event.
East Coast 2019 Fall Showcase Rosters & Jersey Assignments will be posted the week of the event,
We are keeping this small and tight to allow for maximum exposure! Only 20-24 players per team on Saturday between the eight teams.
On Sunday, players will be placed on one of the East Coast Showcase Teams. The Sunday showcase teams will play 3 games on Sunday in the Showcase Division. They will not play against the varsity teams. There are limited spots for Sunday!
We will fill Saturday & Sunday on a first come-first serve by position process. We will try to accommodate the players traveling the farthest on the Sunday Showcase teams
We encourage you to apply even if we are closed or have wait list already as there will be back-outs. We will refund you in full if we can't take you on Saturday and/or Sunday.
Saturday 11/21 Showcase Rosters:
Only 180 boys will be accepted. First come-first serve. Eight teams in Saturday showcase!
All Positions Open! Apply & Register Today!
Sunday 11/22 Showcase Rosters @ the Team Invitational:
Only 3 teams or 66 boys will be accepted. So it is 'First come - First serve'. We will do our best to accommodate those traveling far distances. Three Showcase Teams will play in the East Coast Invitational on Sunday!
All Positions Open! Apply & Register Today!
Close Defense: 4-5
Playing Time and Substitution Policy and Coaching
Each team is assigned three college coaches for all games all day long. Every attempt will be made to play all players evenly as this is a pure showcase. There will most likely be a set EMO and MDD team which will allow those players more PT but that is the only variance. We will run middies 'hockey style' which means one after the other. There are no set lines. It will likely change game to game.
There are no refunds after your paid registration for any reasons except the following situations. If you are severely injured prior to the event we will offer a partial refund of $150 if we receive an email by 11/13/20 and we can get you a replacement player. If you commit to college prior to the event we still want you to play. If you absolutely do not wish to play as a committed player please email us and if we can replace you we will refund you $150. Again, in all circumstances, if we can't get a replacement player for your position then there will be no refund.
Below are some of the featured schools that sent staff members to coach & instruct players at the East Coast Fall Showcase.
A complete list of the colleges that attended in 2019 is below on "Attending College Coaches" tab.
A complete list of confirmed colleges attending in 2020 is below on "Attending College Coaches" tab. The list will be updated throughout Spring/Summer 2020.
University of Virginia
University of Utah
Robert Morris University
University of North Carolina
Ohio Wesleyan University
Penn State University
High Point University