7 Days of Training, College Tours & Competition

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Future Aces: Overnight Camps for Club Players

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2024 Tournament Schedule

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Academic Aces Showcase: July 15-16

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We have developed best-in-class tournaments, spring break trips, leagues and training for TEAMS looking to improve and compete. For individual PLAYERS, we host clinics, day and overnight camps, box lacrosse teams and recruiting showcases tailored to the appropriate age and skills levels. We ensure our events meet a high standard of excellence by focusing on the details. We work hard to create unique experiences that you canโ€™t find anywhere else.



All of our staff recognize their position as role models and embrace the challenge to raise the profile of the great sport we all love. From division 1 All-Americans to US Army Aide-de-Camps to high school captains, we all share a passion for lacrosse and running great events that impact the lives of those we serve.

Meet Our Team



Founded in 2005 by Gilman and Princeton graduates Ryan Boyle and Robert Lindsey, Trilogy Lacrosse has grown by leaps and bounds. Headquartered in New Providence, NJ, our full-time team combines the on-field knowledge of lacrosse experts with the organization and attention to detail of professional operators.

Our Story



Want to join our team? We are always looking for passionate and qualified individuals to help us achieve our mission statement: to serve the lacrosse community with excellent experiences and authentic leadership. If that sounds like you, check out our current offerings to see the opportunities we currently have!

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Trilogy Alumni Stories: Ally Zamparelli

Ally Zamparelli is a talented goalie entering her junior season at Glen Rock high school in New Jersey. She committed to playing at Fairfield University this past Fall and we caught up with Ally to talk about how her experiences at several Trilogy camps and clinics helped her become a Division 1 scholar-athlete. What was your favorite memory from all of your Trilogy experiences? AZ: My favorite memory was being named the best goalie at camp during the second Future...
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3 Feb, 2023



Heidi C.

Future Aces Parent
Our son has attended the Trilogy Future Aces camp the past 2 summers. He has had an incredible experience both summers. The camp is dedicated to providing high level training and competition for the campers. The training staff is top notch and facilities have been outstanding. Thanks for the great work!

Kevin S.

Future Aces New England Parent
Trilogy met and exceeded all expectations during my sonโ€™s recent experience with their Future Aces New England Camp. Beyond lacrosse, their messaging of the importance of academics and goals was taken to heart by my 13 year old son. Well done Trilogy!

Jason B.

Future Aces Tri-State Parent
It's been a week since Future Aces Tri-State ended and the boys have repeatedly told me how much they learned and grew from the experience. As I told Mitch on the last day of camp, his staff was terrific and the rhythm/structure of the camp's lacrosse curriculum was on point. The boys felt that each day built on the previous one and concepts were implemented with great effectiveness.

Michael T.

Tournament Attendee
Trilogy puts on a good tournament. We played Saturday and Sunday at the Veterans Day Classic and Autumn Drop. The host site was Iron Peak sporting and events center. Going to have to say that in the nearly 50 tournaments we have attended over the years, this combination of Trilogy and Iron Peak was as good as we have been to!

Joey L.

Future Aces East Parent
Iโ€™d just like to say what a great ambassador of lacrosse you have in Ryan Boyle. When my twins were younger we attended Future Aces East, and it was one of the best camps ever. As they entered high school, they were asked to play at Christchurch School in Virginia. As one of them went to through the recruiting process, I sent his video to Ryan on a whim for advice. To my surprise he immediately responded with some great advice. We used his advice about choosing the correct school, and instead of trying to chase the Division 1 dream, he chose Trinity College. His brother recently received an Army ROTC scholarship to Virginia Tech. Never in my wildest dreams would I ever think that one would attend a NESCAC school and the other get an Army ROTC scholarship. I have lacrosse to thank for all of it. Lacrosse created an opportunity for us to attend a high school they would have never attended, and that led to their future success. I wanted to thank Ryan for his help, and his continued efforts to help grow lacrosse. Thank you Trilogy!