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Montana Lacrosse Convention Registration Now Open!

By Kevin Flynn, 11/11/19, 6:45PM MST

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Register now for the state's largest educational event for the sport!

TSL invites you to the state's largest educational event for the sport! The 2019 Montana Lacrosse Convention is coming to Bozeman December 13th-15th - register now to secure your spot!

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2019 MONTANA LACROSSE CONVENTION!!!

Treasure State Lacrosse is proud to present the 2019 Montana Lacrosse Convention! We invite you to join us on December 13th-15th in Bozeman for the state's largest educational event for the sport. Players, coaches, officials, administrators and fans will have access to on field play, positional clinics and demonstrations, coaching clinics, and more - all led by experienced presenters and coaches. You don't want to miss this!

 

FEATURED PRESENTERS:

KEVIN LEVEILLE - Considered one of the greatest finishers of all time. NCAA All-America Attack selection at UMass (NCAA D1) and captain of 2014 Team USA. Current Event & Brand Director for Summit Lacrosse Ventures. 

TIM McCORMACK - Started 45 consecutive games as a goalie at UMass (NCAA D1), including a 15-0 record and  No. 1 ranking as a senior. Joined Northwestern (NCAA D1) women's program in 2013 as an Assistant Coach, and the Wildcats made the post-season in each of his six seasons. Current Women's Lacrosse Head Coach at Arizona State (NCAA D1). 

HUNTER FORBES - Nearly every record in the SoCon relating to face offs belongs to Forbes, who played for Jacksonville University (NCAA D1). Was 2018 SoCon Defensive Player of the Year, USILA Scholar All-America selection, and First Team All-SoCon. Currently a Graduate Assistant Coach at Jacksonville University. 

ERIN ABBOTT - Considered one of the top defenders in NCAA DII history. Was a 4X All-Conference, 2X All-America, and 2X RMAC Defensive Player of the Year selection in college for Lindenwood University. Current Assistant Coach at UIndy (NCAA DII), where the Greyhounds were the top scoring defense in all of NCAA Division II in 2019.