Eclipse Lacrosse Club is the leading Lacrosse development program in Connecticut. Over the last decade the concept of playing lacrosse has changed dramatically. After years of market research and analysis, Eclipse Lacrosse has created a new program model - actually five program models - that will maximize each player's growth through careful instruction and education. We believe our program focuses on the most important aspects for players today. The needs of a 3rd grader are far different than those of a 10th grader. We believe that players at different stages of the game should have a program designed specifically for them. This seems obvious but we have discovered that many other programs use the SAME model for players of all ages. We do not group all of our players into a single umbrella model. Instead, every athlete is given individual attention to develop their game to the highest level.
Eclipse Lacrosse Club is a proud member of the National Lacrosse Federation (NLF) and USBOXLA
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We are excited that all our teams from 5th through 11th grade have been asked to compete in the NLF National Championship. The best 24 teams in the country in the 2019 through 2025 graduation classes, as chosen using results from the past two years via the TourneyMachine app, coach recommendations and NLF staff feedback, will vie for the inaugural championships. ESPN will broadcast games played in Lehigh’s Goodman Stadium, the 2019 and 2020 championship games will be broadcast on ESPNU and the remaining championship games will be broadcast on ESPN3. The final schedule of games will be organized in conjunction with ESPN’s programming. At the conclusion of the event, the tournament and Ty Xanders formerly of Recruiting Rundown and now with Inside Lacrosse will establish a national ranking registry with teams being slotted based on their performance at the Club National Championships. The National Lacrosse Federation, comprised of the best clubs in North America, is thrilled to invite the best that the country has to offer and looks forward to the event’s intense competition. After years of debate between club personnel, parents and players, the club lacrosse world will finally be able to determine a true national champion on the field.
Eclipse Lacrosse Club is one of the few club programs to attend the World Series of Youth Lacrosse. It is the only Connecticut Club Lacrosse Team to ever compete in the World Series Tournament. Our three U13 Teams at the World Series are pictured below. 2015, 2016, and 2017 Teams.