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Northern Indigenous Lacrosse High Potential Players Wanted For Fall 2016 Programming - Deadline Next Friday, September 8

 


Northern Indigenous Lacrosse High Potential Players Wanted For Fall 2016 Programming - Deadline Next Friday, September 8

NORTHERN INDIGENOUS LACROSSE (NIL) VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT

The vision of Northern Indigenous Lacrosse is to see our native youth playing lacrosse locally, statewide, nationally and internationally and to also promote traditional lacrosse games. Lacrosse program development is occurring in various capacities within reservation communities and urban areas and the mission is to combine these efforts in a collective program of recreational and competitive game play.

Players who are on the Northern Indigenous team will receive loaner gear, if needed, including a helmet and other protective gear plus a stick, practice and game jersey, and training at no cost. Games and tournaments will be secured throughout the state and region. Teams will include a focus on position play. Players who are currently on another team will only play with us when available and our program will not replace the current team. Teams will include 18U to 8U levels. 18U to 12U will play 10 vs. 10 full field and 10U and 8U will play 6 vs. 6 short field.

NIL HIGH POTENTIAL PLAYERS WANTED

Definition of a High Potential Player:

A youth lacrosse player who is tribally enrolled or a descendant of a federally recognized tribe or First Nation who has the self discipline, direction and motivation to be the best he or she can be and to represent his or her tribal community on a top level lacrosse team in competition.

Northern Indigenous Lacrosse High Potential Players: If you believe you are a high potential lacrosse player, or;

Adult Recommendation: If you believe you know a high potential native lacrosse player that may be interested in our program, contact Dan Ninham today to make a recommendation including your name and contact information as well as his or her contact information including name, tribe, gender, position, mailing address, cell number, email address, and age.

NIL Director: Dan Ninham, cell: 218.368.6430 call or text or email coach.danninham@gmail.com

Deadline for Fall 2016 NIL Program Recommendations is 4 pm on Friday, September 8.

 

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