Dallas, TX – On Saturday, September 27th the HEADstrong Lacrosse Club of Texas hosted a positional clinic from 2:00PM-4:30PM at the Episcopal School of Dallas located at 4100 Merrell Road, Dallas, TX 75229. HEADstrong has assembled a panel of positional specialists to provide the highest level of instruction. This was an opportunity for players at any level to enhance their lacrosse knowledge and skillset.
The clinic was a collaborative effort integrating instruction from MLL players, Texas High School Coaches, HEADstrong LC Coaches and players. The staff of instructors included: MLL’s Dan Groot, Chris O’Brien, Marcus Holman both of the Ohio Machine, UVA and Allen Lacrosse’s Todd Faiella, Hofstra and Frisco Lacrosse’s Steve Prifte, Loyola and Mustangs Lacrosse Nick Disimile, UNC alum Thomas Wood, Hofstra, Sentry Lacrosse’s Tommy Shuey and HLCTX Rich Moses.
Additionally, HLCTX players served as co-instructors for the younger players. The clinic was open to the public.
“The HEADstrong clinic was an incredible day filled with inspiration, led by some of the best players in the game. It is our part to promote the cause during Blood Cancer Awareness Month. We are honored to represent #27 on the playing field by engaging our players in a service opportunity which will help to advance the HF mission here in Texas. We are proud to be uniting competing clubs in our market for the greater good. Texas has embraced the HF mission and we understand the impact that the organization has on the cancer community.” -Rich Moses, HLCTX Director