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The Complete Parents’ Guide To Men’s College Lacrosse Recruiting - Covering All Three NCAA Divisions Youth Club and High School - cover

The Complete Parents’ Guide To Men’s College Lacrosse Recruiting - Covering All Three NCAA Divisions Youth Club and High School

Dads The Lax

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Written by two parents of current men's Division 1 and Division 3 lacrosse players and edited by one of the top high school lacrosse coaches of all time, this book is a step-by-step guide to the complicated and competitive college recruiting process. The book includes insight on the recruiting rules and timeline, club and high school participation, what college coaches look for in their prospects, and what to expect as a college player. The book covers club, high school, and youth lacrosse, and explains the role of recruiting events such as prospect days and showcases.
 
Edited by Chuck Ruebling, former head boys’ lacrosse coach of the Delbarton School in Morristown, New Jersey and director of the club program, Patriot Lacrosse. At Delbarton, Ruebling had 523 wins and 114 losses. He won 16 New Jersey Non-Public A State Championships and six Tournament of Champions. Patriot consistently fields top teams at all grade levels. Many of Ruebling's former players are at Duke, Notre Dame, Villanova, West Point, and other top D1 programs.

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