Led by Denver Outlaws Player Ken Clausen and Kent Denver Head Coach Ben Brenneman Time: 9:00 to 11:30 A.M. Cost: $35.00
Walk-up Registration Begins at 8:00 a.m.
Warrior equipment raffled and earned
Location: KENT DENVER SCHOOL
4000 E. Quincy Avenue, Englewood, CO 80113
This is a great early season opportunity to sharpen your lacrosse skills and get in shape for the beginning of the season.
Registration is open to Boys from 2nd Grade thru 8th Grade. Beginners through advanced players will benefit from this clinic. Instruction will include Stick Skills, Shooting, Dodging, Offense, Defense, Goalie Skills, Face Offs and Situation play. Players should bring all equipment (Helmet, Stick, Gloves, Pads and Mouth Guard). The clinic will be held on the Turf Field near the entrance of Kent Denver. In the event of bad weather, the clinic will be moved to Saturday, March 15. Pre-registration is encouraged. Additional Registration Forms are available at Breakaway Sports and LAX World.
Any questions, please contact Coach Arty Smith at:
or (303) 770 7660 x277 Please mail (by Tuesday, March 4th) this registration form and a check for $35.00 payable to:
Kent Denver Lacrosse
C/O Arty Smith
Kent Denver School
4000 E. Quincy Avenue
Englewood, CO 80113
Player Name: _________________________________________________ Grade: _________
By its nature, participation in athletics includes risk of injury, which may range in severity from minor to long-term catastrophic injury and even death. Although serious injury is not common in supervised school athletic activities, it is impossible to eliminate this risk. Participants can and do have the responsibility to help reduce the chance of injury. Players must obey all safety rules, report all physical problems to their coaches and inspect their own equipment. By signing this participation form, I acknowledge that I have read and understand this warning. I hereby release Kent Denver, its employees, agents and volunteers from any financial responsibility or liability from injury to the student in connection with participation in this athletic activity.
Parent or Guardian Name: _________________________________________
Parent or Guardian Signature: _________________________________ Date: _______________________
US Lacrosse/CYLA Coaching Education Program Level 1 Instructional Clinics-Spring 2014
3 Trainings in 1 Day-
All clinics include:
CYLA league-specific required training
US Lacrosse required training for CEP Level 1 certification (Recommended )
Positive Coaching Alliance Double Goal Coach 1 training (Recommended & required for USL certification)
Sunday, February 23, 2014
8 AM-3 PM
CO Colorado College's El Pomar Sports Center located at 44 W. Cache La Poudre St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Saturday, March 8, 2014
9 AM-4 PM
Sports Authority at Mile High,
Enter North side of stadium off parking lot J. Press photographers room.
Sunday, March 16, 2014
9AM-12PM , 1PM-4PM
9am-12pm at Carroll Butts Athletic Park, 1201 W. 94th St, Westminster 1-4pm at Broomfield Community Center
Broomfield Community Center, 280 Spader Way (aka Lamar St), Broomfield
Sunday, March 23
9 AM-4 PM
Valor Christian High School
Registration is online by clicking HERE Cost is free!
This clinic is required for Head Coaches and is Optional for assistant coaches
CEP Level 1 Instructional Clinics provide the most effective training available for successfully COACHING the sport to youth players. You will receive instruction from nationally certified trainers on teaching the fundamentals of the game in new ways.
This clinic is the ONLY in-person requirement for US Lacrosse CEP Level 1 certification. There is no expiration on clinic completion as you work toward your national certification.
To become a US Lacrosse Level 1 Men’s Game Certified Coach complete:
Instructional Clinic and PCA DGCI Workshop by attending a USL/CYLA clinic
Level 1 Men’s Game Online Course (FREE!) and How to Make Proper Contact online tutorial
NCSI National Background Screening
Keep your USL Membership current
Once you’ve completed all of the above, you’ll receive a confirmation from US Lacrosse verifying your certification and reimbursement of your US Lacrosse membership fee from CYLA.
The Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association is helping to sell tickets for the 2014 Federation of International
Lacrosse World Championship, which will be held from July 10-19 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. A portion of
each package sold goes back to the Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association. In order to get credit, please go
to http://uslax.in/cylatickets to purchase your tickets.
About the Event:
More than 100,000 spectators are expected to descend upon Denver for the world championship, which is being
held in the United States for the first time since 1998. As many as 40 nations are expected to participate, and
combined with master's and boys' youth festivals, this will be the largest international lacrosse event ever staged.
With as many as 125 championship games over 10 days and a unique international flavor, this is a once-in-alifetime opportunity you don't want to miss.
Thursday, July 10 – Opening Ceremonies, United States vs. Canada game (Stadium)
Friday, July 11 – Tuesday, July 15 – Round Robin and qualifying games (Championship Fields)
Wednesday, July 16 - Play–in games (Championship Fields)
Thursday, July 17 – Semifinals (Stadium)
Saturday, July 19 – Championship game, closing ceremonies (Stadium)