Program Info

Why C2C?

C2C, now in its 10th year, offers both boys and girls teams at all levels to compete against the nation’s best competition. It has programs designed for all age groups, teaching appropriate techniques for Bantam players, Youth players and more advanced High School players.

Bantam Program 2026 & 2025:

We classify current 3rd & 4th graders as our Bantam Intro Program. These players are just starting to learn the game.   Learning the basics is essential to a player’s early development.  At this age group, our teams are designed to teach the basic fundamentals and team concepts of lacrosse.  Included in your fee will be in-town games that maximize player participation, and most importantly, make the experience fun.

Youth Program 2024, 2023, 2022 & 2021:

Players who are current 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th graders participate in our Youth Program. The main goals of the Youth Program are to bring players from multiple towns together to compete against better competition, while receiving high-end instruction from our coaching staff. Our curriculum for the Youth Program includes standard practice techniques as well as integrated games and competitions to foster a healthy, fun, and competitive environment where players can improve their skills while enjoying making new friends.

High School Program 2020, 2019 & 2018:

Players who are currently in their freshmen through junior year participate on our High School Program. The two main goals of the High School Program are to continue individual and team development, and to assist players and their families through the college recruiting process. Players attend specific training, meetings and seminars to accomplish these goals.

Our High School Teams are coached by former World Team players, MLL/NLL professional lacrosse players, former college lacrosse coaches, and current high school coaches. We take the continuous development of our HS players very seriously. We lead our teams through college level practices/clinics/camps to ensure our players do not plateau in high school. During these practices, our players receive instruction not only from the coaches of their team, but from other C2C Coaches, guest coaches and Directors.

Our High School Teams attend the top recruiting events in the country. Each team attends two recruiting events in the Fall (October & November) and three or four recruiting events in the Summer (June & July). We provide the best possible exposure of any club team in our area and are among the best in the country. In addition to the events our teams attend, our coaches and Directors have personal relationships with coaches at many schools across the Division I, II, and III levels. Our Directors speak often with college coaches throughout the year.  High school team members and their families have the opportunity to meet with C2C Directors to go through a personalized in-home meeting on the recruiting process.


Unparalleled Coaching

C2C spends countless hours throughout the year coaching, training and mentoring players of all ages and skill levels. Our coaches include:

  • 2 Former World Team Players
  • 2 Hall of Fame Players
  • 3 Former Division 1 Coaches
  • Plus a rotating schedule of guest coaches that includes some of the top coaches in the game today!

COACHES:

DI: Maryland, Princeton, UPENN, Dartmouth, Brown, Georgetown, Rutgers, Boston College, High Point, Richmond, VMI, Towson, UMASS, Loyola, Adelphi
DII:  Dowling
DIII: Courtland, Springfield, Plattsburgh, Guilford, Tufts, Hampden Sydney, Goucher, Randolph Macon, Lynchburg, Hartwick, Southwestern
MCLA: William & Mary, Liberty, Farleigh Dickinson, UVA, UT, ASU, Loyola Marymount


College Commitments

C2C prides itself on placing its teams in the appropriately skilled and appropriately attended events. Many of these events are by invitation or member only. There is no doubt that C2C has an impressive roster of current players and their college commitments. We hope you will be next!

Click here to view all C2C NCAA Girl Recruits!

Click here to view all C2C NCAA Boy Recruits!


National Scholastic Club Lacrosse Association Member

only  club from DALLAS to have membership

OUR Mstacks_image_57ISSION IS TO PROVIDE A COOPERATIVE PLATFORM OF SCHOLASTIC AGE CLUB LACROSSE TEAMS TO ENGAGE IN AN ELITE LEVEL, SPIRITED COMPETITION. IT IS OUR VISION THAT THIS COOPERATION AND ASSOCIATION WILL HELP ASSURE THE QUALITY OF LACROSSE TOURNAMENTS IN THE US AND CANADA, WHILE MAINTAINING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF PLAY FOR OUR ATHLETES.

image026


National Lacrosse Federation Fall Frosh Participant

only  club from Dallas to participateScreen Shot 2015-10-30 at 3.01.52 PM

THE NATIONAL LACROSSE FEDERATION IS RUN BY 6 OF THE LEADING CLUBS IN THE COUNTRY. OUR GOAL AS AN ORGANIZATION IS TO BRING IN THE TOP CLUB PROGRAMS AND PLAYERS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND CREATE THE MOST COMPETITIVE AND ENJOYABLE EVENTS FOR CLUB PROGRAMS, PLAYERS AND PARENTS.


Inaugural World Series of Youth Lacrosse Participant

Screen Shot 2015-11-11 at 10.55.44 AM

only  club from Dallas to participate

At the first-ever Youth World Series of Lacrosse, presented by The Coca-Cola Company, C2C was chosen to represent Texas! This tournament was played in the Sports Authority Stadium, home of the Denver Broncos. In the championship game, Team 91 played the Baltimore Crabs and the final score was 19-8!  C2C will try to qualify to return to the World Series in summer 2016!


Adding Box Lacrosse Curriculum

C2C understands the value of a full box lacrosse curriculum. The development of stick skills in a closed environment amplifies once the player gets outside on the large field. Throughout the year, C2C will implement box lacrosse training. We will be bringing in the very best and most experienced box players to train our players!

  • Box Lacrosse Coaches will include Ryan Boyle, Jamie Hanford & Andy Towers
  • All training done on regulation box goals with fully padded goaltenders

 Box Image

 

Website Design, Development, and Maintenance by LaxProgram.com