V-cut Lacrosse 2018-201
V-cut Lacrosse indoor girls' winter training is 1.75 hours of intense
training per week by college, USA U-19, US Lacrosse
and local Northern Virginia girls' high school lacrosse coaches.
Schedule of college coaches for V-cut Lacrosse 2018-2019 Winter training:
Nov 12 - Colorado College
Nov 19 - Washington & Lee University
Nov 26 - Christopher Newport University
Dec 3 - University of Mary Washington
Dec 10 - Liberty University
Dec 17 - Catholic University of America & St Leo University in Florida
Jan 7 - UVA - Wise
Jan 14 - Lynchburg University & Bridgewater University
Jan 21- Shenandoah University
Jan 28- George Mason University
Feb 4-George Washington University
Feb 11- Justin Fitzgerald from Virginia Metro and Flint Hill.
Schedule of College Coaches for the 2017-2018 V-cut Lacrosse winter training:
Nov 13 - Bridgewater University
Nov 20 - The College of William & Mary
Nov 27 - UVA - Wise
Dec 4 - Old Dominion University
Dec 11 - Randolph-Macon University
Dec 18 - Wofford College / Israeli National Team Goalie Coach
& George Washington University
Jan 1 - Lynchburg College
Jan 8 - Mary Washington University
Jan 15 - Christopher Newport University
Jan 22 - Hood College
Jan 29 - George Mason University ~ Jessy Morgan
Feb 5 - Liz Case ~ Robinson High School
Feb 12 - Justin Fitzgerald ~ Flint Hill / VA Metro and
Rich DeSomma ~ Freedom HS
(Bonus day or Make Up day for snow day)
Schedule of Coaches for the 2016-2017 V-cut Lacrosse winter season:
Nov 14 - Georgetown University
Nov 21 - Hollins University
Nov 28 - College of William & Mary
Dec 5 - Washington & Lee University
Dec 12 - University of Mary Washington
Dec 19 - Gettysburg College
Jan 2 - Christopher Newport University / McDaniel College
Jan 9 - Old Dominion University / St. Mary's College
Jan 16 - George Mason University
Jan 23 - UVA - Wise
Jan 30 - Randolph Macon College
Feb 6 - Colgan High School & SuperNoVA Select
Feb 13 - US Lacrosse U19 Coach Sarah Aschenbach (make up day for a snow day coach)
Georgetown University Coach working on a box-out & first-step drill with the girls.
V-cut Lacrosse Winter Training 2018-2019
ADVANCED & INTERMEDIATE SESSIONS!
(Fills up every year and takes a waitlist to receive early registration information on future training sessions. Please register early.)
Monday evenings all winter from November 12, 2018 - February 11, 2018
(Excluding Christmas and New Year's Eve)
Intermediate: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Advanced: 7:15 - 9:15pm
(Advanced players need to have previously played at the High School varsity level prior to November 2018.)
Ages for Both sessions:
High School Graduation years 2019 - 2026
Sample of a V-cut Lacrosse training sessions:
5:30pm ~ Check-in
5:40pm ~ Question & Answer Seminar with college coach for
Parents & Players
6:00pm ~ On field training begins
7:15pm ~ Check-In for 2nd Session
7:30pm ~ 1st session ends & 2nd session of V-cut Lacrosse on-field
9:00pm ~ Q & A for Advanced Session with College Coach
9:15pm ~ 2nd session ends
Registration Fee (includes V-cut Lacrosse t-shirt):
** V-cut Lacrosse is allowing for one snow day and others will be made up if necessary.
George Mason University Head Coach Jessy Morgan instructing the V-cut Lacrosse girls on how to get more power behind
6966 Wellington Road, Building #2
Manassas, Virginia 20109
West Virginia Wesleyan Head Coach training draw technique.
"Just wanted to share with you that Sara Peters made the Lake Braddock Varsity squad yesterday!
She was the only Freshman to make varsity and she thinks her time at V-cut Lacrosse elevated both her playing level and her confidence. She was told that she played like a varsity player in terms of field/lacrosse IQ as well as her stick skills.
Thank you for creating V-cut Lacrosse! It is quality program that made a difference in Sara's abilities and confidence!"
"Both of my daughters have attended the Winter Bootcamp organized by Amy Voettiner over the past four years. The sessions were well organized and the girls were able to improve their game and learn new skills from the visiting college coaches. In addition, the coaches provided insight into the recruiting process as well as talked to the girls about what life is like playing for a college team. One of the best parts of the Bootcamp was the exposure to all different coaching methods. There were coaches who worked on conditioning, coaches who worked on ball skills, and coaches who worked on fast breaks and draws. We plan to do this winter clinic again this year as it was very beneficial to keep a stick in their hands and their minds on the game even in the off season."