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September 26th & 27th, 2020
Cedar Lane Regional Park, Maryland

Only the Nation's Elite are selected to compete.

Do you have what it takes to be a National All Star?

NIKE - sponsor of the National All Star Games lacrosse event
True Lacrosse, sponsor for the National All Star Games Lacrosse Event

Searching for The Best Players from All Clubs and Programs

About

The National All Star Games is designed to give current high school players the opportunity to showcase their skills on a national stage.  Athletes will compete against the best players in their region. Those chosen will then advance to The Nationals in Baltimore, Maryland July 2020.

The Nationals features three divisions:

Committed Division (2021)

Recruit Division (2022)

Next Gen Division (2023)

 

Eligibility

Boys who, in July 2020, will have just completed their 9th grade (2023),  sophomore (2022) or junior (2021) high school season. You must live within the geographic region you are trying out for. If you attend school in a region different from your home you may attend that tryout. Uncommitted PGs may tryout for a team. You may not “play down” because you may do a PG year. A “PG” should only be found in the 2021 division. 

Process

Each team will consist of 23 players and will be chosen based on position and their performance at tryouts regardless of what high school or club team they may play on. We are partnering with programs who know the athletes in their area well and will look to build a team that can compete for their region, show well for college coaches and have a great time doing it!

 

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The National All Star Games Lacrosse Event