Brevard Girls Summer League
Girls entering grades 8-12
Games on Saturday mornings beginning on June 20th
Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School of the Arts
August 1st - Week 6 Games
930am - Hawks vs Bears
1045am - Sharks vs TeamFLC
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your game. Check in with Coach Beaty if you have not PAID or received your Summer League 2015 jersey - this jersey MUST be worn in every game.
TeamFLC = Cocoa, East River, Merritt Island and Edgewood
NOTE: Girls Lacrosse Headgear is ONLY required for FHSAA events!
Before you get ready to hit the Summer Lacrosse trail of events, here are some tips for high school players.
Be sure to contact all colleges where you have an interest. Let the coaches know the date and location of the tournaments you are attending, your team name, game schedule and jersey number.
Know Before You Go
Packing for a weekend lacrosse tournament can be a process.
Before you know it you have packed more than you need.
To help lighten your load, please be sure to review the lists below:
Items to leave behind:
Pets, Grills, Alcoholic Beverages, Tobacco, Noise makers
Items to bring to Tournaments:
Pop up tents - Be sure to check with Tourney staff for designated tent area.
Coolers, Water, Sunscreen & a Positive Attitude!
All TeamFLC players & coaches are required to be current USLacrosse members - PARENTS & PLAYERS - this video will give you a better understanding of USLacrosse and the Boys & Girls game - check out LAX NEWS at the left to view Lacrosse Instructional Videos - Wall Ball & more...Enjoy!
Tom O'Grady, Florida Lacrosse Camps & TeamFLC, President and Co-Founder, ihas been named the Texas Regional Manager for TeamFLC-Texas. O'Grady looks forward to increasing the presence of TeamFLC in the State of Texas - “Strengthening existing programs and offering new and exciting lacrosse opportunities, for Boys and Girls in Texas, is the goal of TeamFLC-Texas. Please contact Tom for more information on our Boys & Girls Lacrosse in Austin Texas - Tom@TeamFLC.com -
Look for Summer, Fall & Winter training opportunites throughout Central Texas and special Team Packages for our Summer Overnight Camp in Orlando, Florida.
After Game 1 on Sunday Night, LaxRecruits Twitter - A, John O'Grady from Vandergrift (TX) just ripped one home under the crossbar. Shot elicited some "oohs & ahhs" from college coaches.
Game 2 - O'Grady adds two more goals!
Inside Lacrosse:Recruiting - Nike Blue Chips Rising Junior Sessions -
"John O'Grady (Vandergrift, Tex.) dodged well in traffic to set up his shots..."
LacrosseRecruits.com - Nike Blue Chips Rising Juniors
"John O’Grady – A – 2015 – Vandegrift (TX): O’Grady is a pure finisher who has an impressive shot. He can shoot from anywhere in the box, showing good ability to cash in from long-range or inside. He also made some nice cross-cage feeds, putting mustard on passes to get them through defending sticks."
This kit makes layout and lining the complex curves and lines of the Women’s field scoring-area simple, accurate and fast! For coaches, field-crews or even players, anyone who wants a better way to quickly and accurately set up a Women’s Lacrosse field.
John O'Grady has been voted by the Texas High School Lacrosse League coaches to the 2014 Texas Central District D1 All-State team. This is the third time John has been named to the All-State team. He finished the year with 61 points in 12 games (5 pts/game).
In 2013, he received the most votes of any player selected to the Texas Central District D2 All-State team. O'Grady was the leading scorer in the State of Texas with 112 points in 20 games. Vandegrift High School finished the year 15-5 with a 9-8 loss to Clear Lake-Houston in the State Final Four.
John was also named to the All-State team in 2012, as a freshman and the Texas Heat Lacrosse - 2012 Heat Elite team as the only player in the State from a D2 program and one of six total from the Austin/Central Texas Region.
In 2012 O'Grady, completed his freshman season at Vandegrift HS in Austin, Texas, where he was a starting attackman for the Varsity Lacrosse team that went 10-5, made the play-offs for the second consecutive year and finished as the 3rd best team of 13 teams in their league.
John played in 12 games and finished with 41 goals, 22 assists and 72 ground balls - his 63 total points was top in the Texas High School Lacrosse League D2 Central Texas/Austin Region (5+ points/game average).
Mark Beaty, Florida Lacrosse Camps Co-Founder and Winter Park High School Sports Hall of Fame member, has joined Ravens Youth Lacrosse as Director of Coaching. Coach Beaty looks forward to providing a Coaching Curriculum and series of Coaching Clinics for the Ravens Staff - “I look forward to enhancing our development of coaches and players through advanced and progressive coaching concepts and techniques which are age and skill level appropriate.”
Orlando & Brevard
Fall Ball 2015
Lake Travis Girls
Come run with the Wolves...
Reason #1 Why Lacrosse in Texas & Florida is more FUN!!!
Lacrosse Camp at ERAU
Powered by Florida Lacrosse Camps & TeamFLC
Get Better THIS Summer!
Take your game to a new level!
Our 18th year of Summer Camp in 2015
Development & Training in Merrit Island
Coaches & Players Clinics
Christy was a member of TeamFLC playing in Vail and Baltimore with us and attended Stetson Camp with her teammates from Timber Creek High School in Orlando, Florida
Viper Girls Undefeated
Viper Middle School Girls League Co-Champions
Team USA 12, Canada 10
USA – 3 – 5 – 0 – 4… 12
CAN – 2 – 2 – 4 – 2… 10
Goals: USA – Rabil 3, Leveille 3, Crotty 2, Mundorf 2, Powell, Striebel; CAN – Grant 3, Greer 2, Billings, Crowley, Huntley, Steenhuis, Williams.
Assists: USA – Crotty, Mundorf, Powell; CAN – Duch, Grant, Huntley, Small.
Saves: USA – Dougherty 15; CAN – Sanderson 10.
Faceoffs: USA – Smith 11-of-22, Peyser 0-of-1; CAN – Snider 12-of-22.
FIL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - BRONZE MEDAL GAME
Australia 16, Japan 9
Australia avenged an earlier loss from Japan and rebounded from a rough round robin to claim the bronze medal with a 16-9 win over the Japanese. Midfielder Leigh Perham led the way with five goals, and was the only non-U.S. or Canadian player named to the All-World team. Japan's fourth-place finish is its highest ever.
FIL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - 5TH/6TH PLACE GAME
England 14, Germany 9
Host England, bumped from the medal round due to a head-to-head goal differential, saved face with a 14-9 win over Germany to finish in fifth place. Lewis Ratcliff scored three goals and dished an assist in the win.
A John Grant Jr., CAN (Top Attackman)
A Brendan Mundorf, USA
A Mike Leveille, USA
M Paul Rabil, USA (Top Midfielder, MVP)
M Max Seibald, USA
M Leigh Perham, AUS
D Brodie Merrill, CAN (Top Defenseman)
D Ryan McClay, USA
D Kyle Sweeney, USA
G Chris Sanderson, CAN (Top Goalkeerper)
TeamFLC coaches Rick Merritt and John Byrne were on the Gold Medal World Champion team in the Grand Masters Division of the Men's Lacrosse World Games - Congratulations!!!
TeamFLC player, John O'Grady, was selected to the Army Lacrosse Camp 2010 All- Star Team and was awarded the Best Midfielder in the Middle School Division.
Over 350 boys from all over the country - New York, New England , Maryland, Michigan, Texas, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia - attended the camp session held at the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY from July 10 - 13.
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has announced that Denver, Colorado will be the host city of the 2014 FIL Men’s World Championship.
The championship games will be held at Dicks Sporting Goods Park from July 10 to 19, 2014. As many as 38 countries are expected to compete.
1851 South Lakeline Blvd
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
TeamFLC-Orlando: Director of Operations - Mark Beaty, Co-Founder and Vice-President of Florida Lacrosse Camps has been elected to the Winter Park High School Sports Hall of Fame, Class of 2010.
TeamFLC Director and Florida Lacrosse Camps, President, Tom O'Grady was named the 2010 Man of the Year by the Sunshine State Lacrosse League. This marks the third occasion Coach O'Grady has received Man of the Year honors - 1994 Baltimore, Maryland and 2001 Orlando, Florida.
TeamFLC new Corporate Headquarters
“Watch your thoughts, they become words. Watch your words, they become actions. Watch your actions, they become habits. Watch your habits, they become character. Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”- Author Unknown
Florida Lacrosse Camps - established in 1998 with the belief that the young student-athletes of Central Florida should have a local camp where they can learn to honor the game of lacrosse with sportsmanship and fair play while developing the fundamental skills required to take their game to the next level. Throughout the years our goals have not changed. Florida Lacrosse Camps provides training and development of young student-athletes, within a progression based curriculum for beginner, intermediate and advanced players.
TeamFLC-Orlando - FALL BALL, Back 2 School, Orlando Lacrosse Classic
TeamFLC-Brevard - Fall Ball, Summer League
TeamFLC-Texas - Austin Lacrosse Academy - Lake Travis Girls Lacrosse
TeamFLC-Austin Texans - Travel Teams
TeamFLC - combines these four great programs into one great TEAM.
* Instruction - we have the most experienced and dedicated coaches in the country - with a long history of success at the NCAA, Club, High School & Youth levels.
* Recruiting - we provide over twenty five years of NCAA recruiting experience to help guide students and parents through the college recruiting process. The strong relationships that have been built with Men and Women college lacrosse coaches around the country, combined with the great reputation of Florida Lacrosse Camps, gives the TeamFLC students-athletes a significant advantage. Many TeamFLC players will go to the college of their choice having never been seen by the schools lacrosse coaches. Just a phone call or email with a recommendation from TeamFLC is all it took.
* Goal - we want to "keep raising the bar" by challenging our players to strive to be the best that they can be on and off the field. You can have it all and achieve your goals by being a great person, a great student and a great player.