Trilogy Alumni Stories: Ally Zamparelli

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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 […]

Women of Midwestern Winners: Ella Mautz

Ella Mautz is a freshman at Kettle Moraine High School in Wisconsin and will be attending the Midwestern Winners showcase this summer. She has made a big impact already, scoring 26 goals and handing out 13 assists through the midpoint of her first varsity season. The talented freshman plays both attack and midfield and joined […]

Women of Western Winners: Sarah & Lizzie Anne

Sarah and Lizzie Anne are both freshmen midfielders at Olympus high school in Utah. The both of them are looking to make a big impact in their first high school seasons. Once they have completed their freshmen seasons, they will be heading to the Western Winners Showcase this summer! We caught up with Sarah & […]

Women of Western Winners: Leslie Iorio

Leslie Iorio is a sophomore from San Ramon Valley high school in California who attended Western Winners in 2021. A tall and rangy athlete, she was on the all-star team at Western Winners last summer. She has been a top player in California and started to represent the entire west by playing against some of […]

Women of Midwestern Winners: Claire Marosi

Claire Marosi is a talented midfielder from Catholic Central high school and is one of the top players in the 2024 class. She was named among the best 24 midfielders in the Midwest and will be attending the Midwestern Winners showcase this summer. We caught up with Claire to talk to her about her decision […]

Women of Midwestern Winners: Shannon Murphy

Shannon Murphy is one of the top uncommitted players in the 2023 class. She is heading into her junior season at Forest Hills Central high school and was previously a 2020 Under Armour All American and made the 2021 UA Spotlight team as well! Shannon will be attending the Midwestern Winners showcase and joined us […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Joe Taraboletti

Joe Taraboletti is an Aces alumni who got his first experience with Trilogy Lacrosse at the Future Aces South camp which he attended several times. After attending Ponte Vedra high school, he continued his academic and athletic career at Denver where he is currently a freshman midfielder for the Pioneers. We caught up with Joe […]

Women of Western Winners: Ava Kimche

Ava Kimche is a talented goalie entering her junior season at Park City high school in Utah. She has already committed to playing at Columbia and competing against Ivy League competition. We caught up with Ava to talk about her experiences at Western Winners and how it has helped her become a Division 1 scholar-athlete […]

Women of Western Winners: Haven Buechner

Haven Buechner hails from Utah and is heading into her junior season at Skyridge High School. She was named first team all-region, first team all-state, she was a 2021 US lacrosse All-American and she was a Western Winners Showcase all-star. She is already committed to the University of Richmond as a junior. We caught up […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Zach Claiborne

The Claiborne Family was first introduced to Trilogy Lacrosse by way of a mutual friend and teammate of Ryan Boyle & Mitch Belisle who knows a little something about the sport: Paul Rabil. So it comes as no surprise that the 2023 graduate will attend Johns Hopkins once he heads off to college next fall. […]

Women of Western Winners: Grace Kerr

Grace Kerr is in her freshman year at San Ramon Valley High School in Danville, California. Her first experience with Trilogy Lacrosse was at the Ivy tournament in Connecticut during the Summer of 2021. After dominating with her speed at The Ivy (check out her wheels HERE), she attended the Winter Western Winners where she […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Chase Strupp

Chase Strupp had his first Trilogy experience ten years ago at the 2013 Middle School Aces (a predecessor to Future Aces) at Rider University in Lawrence Township, NJ. He attended the Middle School Aces again in 2014 before joining Trilogy’s ICE program in 2015. Chase continued his highly successful career at New Canaan High School […]

Women of Western Winners: Catriona Barry

Impose your will on the game…Catriona Barry is a player who has the ability to do this in a way that few others can.  As a native of Napa, California, Cat was originally a superstar youth athlete in a small “pond.”  With every challenge she took on in subsequent years, she rose to meet the […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Dylan & Ryan Donnery

The Donnery family had their first Trilogy Lacrosse experience nearly a decade ago at the 2012 Middle School Aces (the predecessor to today’s Future Aces camps). After the Aces, Ryan and Dylan Donnery attended the Trilogy ICE program where they won the Trilogy 24 Championship under the leadership of Coach Matt Striebel. Both Ryan and […]

What We’re Thankful For in 2021

This Thanksgiving, we wanted to share what our team at Trilogy Lacrosse is thankful for! Ryan Boyle I am so thankful for my friends and family, most notably Ari and Wylie who fill my day with so much love, laughter, and music … mostly from the recent Disney / Pixar hits Moana and Coco. I am […]

Women of Western Winners: Emerson Bohlig

Fast. That is the word that comes to mind for Emerson Bohlig. She is lightning on the field, and since coming to Western Winners years ago it has been what every coach, teammate, and opponent notices first. Bohlig has a work ethic that has helped her technical skills catch up with her feet, and she […]

Women of Western Winners: Sam Smith

Sam Smith is the kind of multi-sport athlete that every college coach looks for in the recruiting process. When she showed up to Western Winners as an underclassman, her basketball IQ and all-around athleticism stood out from the start. She was able to hang with the rising seniors and get on multiple schools’ radar as […]

Women of Western Winners: Kate Graham

Kate Graham started attending Western Winners as soon as she was old enough in 2013. A San Francisco, Bay Area native, the camp kicked off the summer for Kate and many of her peers on the West Coast. This past weekend, Kate finished her collegiate lacrosse career – also in the West – after helping […]

4 Reasons Summer Lacrosse Camps are Still Key

In 2012, Trilogy Lacrosse ran an overnight lacrosse camp just outside Lexington, KY at Georgetown College, home of the Cincinnati Bengals’ NFL training camp (which you may have seen in HBO’s Hard Knocks).  The lacrosse camp helped develop more than 250 players over the course of 2 sessions and brought together some of the best […]

ICE Breakers: Jeremy Johnson

Jeremy Johnson started with Trilogy Lacrosse as a 3rd grader at our Bay Head Day Camp way back in 2007. Nearly a decade later, he joined us at the Intensive Club Experience where he was featured in US Lacrosse’s Stick Stories series (watch HERE).  In 2020, Jeremy graduated with a degree from Elizabethtown College, twice […]

Trilogy Lacrosse Adds Western Winners Girls Showcase to Recruiting Event Lineup

Trilogy Lacrosse is excited to add Western Winners, the premier showcase event for rising 8th through 12th grade girls in emerging lacrosse areas, to its slate of recruiting events for the 2021 summer season. Theresa Sherry, Trilogy’s VP of Girls Lacrosse, will direct the event with the support of top NCAA coaches from across the […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Jeremy Koren

Congratulations to CA native and Trilogy Lacrosse Future Aces East and Intensive Club Experience alumni, Jeremy Koren, on his commitment to continue his academic and lacrosse career at Lafayette College. We caught up with Jeremy to take a trip down memory lane, find out what he learned during his time with Trilogy, and see what […]

Trilogy Lacrosse Hires Tenacity Founder Theresa Sherry as VP of Girls Lacrosse

Trilogy Lacrosse is thrilled to announce that Theresa Sherry has joined their full-time team as the VP of Girls Lacrosse, effective immediately. The 2004 Princeton graduate and founder of the Tenacity Project brings a wealth of experience not only coaching, but empowering women through sports, which will be instrumental as she helps to build out […]

ICE Breakers: Nicholas Mohler

Nicholas Mohler, an LSM from Playa Del Rey, traveled East to join Trilogy’s Intensive Club Experience in 2016 after years of attending Trilogy camps in his home state of California. After exploring colleges of every size and type, Mohler landed across the country at Boston University. The BU senior captain is back after a season-ending […]

ICE Breakers: Max Cartor

Max Cartor traveled from Louisville, KY to Baltimore, MD for our Intensive Club Experience where he embarked on college tours up and down the Mid-Atlantic to look at schools of all different sizes, types and levels of lacrosse. And while all of those roads eventually led him back to Kentucky to attend Bellarmine University, the […]

Epoch Named Official Equipment Provider of Trilogy Lacrosse

WESTFIELD, NJ – Trilogy Lacrosse, the Leader in Lacrosse Events and Education, announced today a multi-year partnership with Epoch Lacrosse, a U.S. design and technology company that specializes in lacrosse, to serve as its official lacrosse equipment provider. Epoch’s technology-driven and ground breaking equipment, including customized Integra gloves, Dragonfly shafts and Integra protective equipment will […]

ICE Breakers: Jake Marthens

Jake Marthens, another OG ICE member, joined us for our first Intensive Club Experience in 2014. The attackman from Trabuco Hills High School in Southern California traveled to the east coast for the ICE Program at Goucher College with his sights set on playing NCAA lacrosse. After visiting the wide variety of college campuses that […]

ICE Breakers: Nicholas Rodman

Nicholas Rodman joined Trilogy’s Intensive Club Experience in 2014 and again in 2015. Over the course of those two summers, the Atlanta native was able to build lasting relationships, set career goals, and challenge himself on the field, all while exploring his college preferences and aspirations. With guidance from the ICE program, his family and […]

ICE Breakers: Chase Bunce

Traveling all the way from San Jose, California, Chase Bunce joined Trilogy for the very first Intensive Club Experience in 2014. Chase and 20 other players from across the country came together under the leadership of Ryan Boyle and Terry Mangan to bond, train and compete at a recruiting tournament for this brand new concept. […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Emma Muchnick

Emma Muchnick, from Montebello NY, first joined Trilogy at our Girls Future Aces New England and quickly became a Trilogy lifer. Emma went on to attend multiple Trilogy events throughout the years, including our Girls Intensive Club Experience, where she excelled on and off the field. After watching Emma dedicate herself to the sport and […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Zach Mercado

Zach Mercado first joined Trilogy in 2016 at our Future Aces Texas just outside his hometown of Austin at Southwestern University. Led by Mitch Belisle, Adam Ghitelman and Tom Schreiber, it featured some of the top talent from the Lone Star state. Although he was one of the youngest and smallest players, Mercado’s energy and […]

Back to the Future (Aces): Liam Fairback

Congratulations to Trilogy Lacrosse Future Aces East alumni and Brunswick School midfielder, Liam Fairback, on his commitment to continue his academic and lacrosse career at Princeton University. We caught up with Liam to reminisce about his fondest camp memories, find out what he learned during his time at the Aces, and see what he looks […]

Trilogy & Givego Bring Summer Camps Home

Salt Lake City, Utah – June 22, 2020 – Givego, an on-demand virtual coaching service, and Trilogy Lacrosse the national leader in lacrosse education & events, today announced that the companies have partnered to bring personalized virtual coaching to Trilogy’s student-athletes. “COVID has changed the way student athletes train.” says, Willie Ford, Founder & CEO […]

Strength & Style Part 3: Linear Dodging Drills

In Strength and Style Part 3 Girls Programs Manager Amanda Trendell takes you through her “Linear Dodge” Drill which helps players gain comfortability with two different types of dodges: The Shake and Bake + The Toe Drag. Below you will find a brief description of the dodges you will see in this video, how to […]

Indoor Winter Workout

The off-season can be a difficult time to train, especially for athletes who live in colder climates. Training in the off-season will help prevent injury and prepare players to run through drills at full speed when they get back on the field. In the video below, Trilogy Girls Programs Manager, Amanda Trendell walks us through […]

Trilogy Blueprint: Season 1

The Blueprint is an online series documenting the ups and downs that Trilogy staff and players experience over the course of a busy summer. Part 7: Surf + Lax Surfing. Lacrosse. Two beautiful sports combine to form one unique overnight camp. Part 7 of the Blueprint features Trilogy campers as they learn from professionals of […]

Inside Trilogy’s Intensive Club Experience

Trilogy ICE Program | US Lacrosse Stick Stories Our Intensive Club Experience (ICE) allows players from all over the country to supplement their existing Club Team and Showcase schedule with a transformative experience led by the games best role models. We may be biased, but we feel that there is no better way to spend […]

Madeira’s Midfield Re-Dodging Drill

The video below, published by Lacrosse Magazine in March 2016, provides players and coaches with step-by-step instructions on how to setup and execute the midfield re-dodging drill.

Two-Man Game With Ryan Boyle

Originally appearing in Lacrosse Magazine in December 2015. In the video below, Trilogy National Directors Ryan Boyle & Brian Farrell show viewers how to set-up and execute the two-man game in your practices. Want to work with Ryan Boyle In Person? Join Ryan & Trilogy Lacrosse in Arizona for Spring Training.

What Makes A Great Lacrosse Tournament?

With 10 years of experience running events and the club teams that attend them, we have seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Trilogy Lacrosse’s President Jimmy Vlahakis discusses the keys to running a GREAT tournament. 1. Site Selection & Preparation Trilogy carefully selects sites that provide a great family experience both on and […]

5 Keys To Effective Shooting Drills

To be effective on offense in lacrosse, it is crucial that players are able to shoot the ball into the net. Sounds simple, right? Far too often, we see coaches falling into the same traps when teaching their players how to shoot. The list below provides 5 easy ways to improve your shooting drills and […]

Leadership in Lacrossee

“The role of leaders is not to get other people to follow them but to empower others to lead.” ― Bill George, True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership Leadership. It’s a bold word. We hear it countless times throughout our day-to-day lives, but how often do we actually stop and think about the meaning behind […]

Monday Motivation: Quotes & Inspiration

If you follow us on Twitter, you’ve probably noticed that we partake in #MondayMotivation each week. Pardon our plug, but if you’re not following us on Twitter, what are you waiting for? @trilogylacrosse Why do we participate in #MondayMotivation? Because sometimes even the most accomplished and determined players need a burst of motivation on Monday […]

3 Bad Habits Of Defensemen & How To Avoid Them

While everyone has their own philosophies on slide packages, zone vs. man defense and whether a strong hand hold or a v-hold are best, there are certain truths on the defensive side of the lacrosse field that ring true. Below are several mistakes we see players make at every level, and how those players and […]

3 Bad Habits Of Midfielders & How To Avoid Them

1. Relying on One Hand Midfielders, as dodgers and creators, have to be more versatile and flexible in their games. They have to be able to attack from multiple angles and multiple positions. It’s too easy to force a dodging midfielder away from his strength and limit him. Learning how to use your weak hand […]

3 Bad Habits Of Attackmen & How To Avoid Them

1. Forgetting to Ride Whether it is after a caused turnover, a dropped pass you should have had, or the goalie making a great save, it can be easy to assume your job is done as an attackman. However, riding is a crucial aspect of every attackman’s key responsibilities and should be executed with the […]

5 Ways To Stand Out At A Summer Lacrosse Showcase

The summer has become one of the most important recruiting periods for players who hope to play college lacrosse. Whether you are attending a school-specific prospect day, a 500-player showcase or Trilogy’s own Academic Aces, it is crucial that you present yourself well and play your best. Utilizing the 5 tips below may not guarantee […]

3 Reasons Overnight Camps Are More Important Than Ever

As tournaments and showcases continue to fill the summer months, many parents have a hard time finding what used to be the unrivaled champion of June and July: the overnight camp. At Trilogy, we have remained steadfast in our belief that every kid deserves to experience all that overnight camps offer. This conviction, in conjunction […]

Fall Check-In With Trilogy Alumni

With college fall ball underway, we wanted to check-in with our Trilogy alumni to see how they were adjusting to academics, college life, and lacrosse. We interviewed players at 5 different colleges across the country. 1. How is Fall Ball going? Nick Mohler (NM): BU fall ball has been awesome we lift in the morning […]

3 Reasons Box Lacrosse Is Beneficial For Lacrosse Players

As we bask in the afterglow of the NLL Draft and look forward to the impending NLL season, youth lacrosse players across the country wonder whether or not they should tryout for their local box program this fall. The question, “why box?” gets asked by parents more frequently each year. More often than not, this […]

A New Perspective

After winning the 2017 NLL Championship with the Swarm, I decided that it was time to hang up my bicep & rib pads and ride off into the indoor sunset. Then I received a call from Swarm owner John Arlotta in November. “We’d love to keep you involved with the team, would you be interested […]

What People Are Saying About…

Intensive Club Experience (ICE) Future Aces Tournaments Atlanta “Very well run, on time, clean facilities. Good communication before and throughout tournament days. And… kept the schedule despite the weather report!” – Program Director “Well run, organized, ample staff, great facilities!” – Participant “Flow was amazing….kept the games moving.” – Participant “Another good experience with Trilogy. […]

How Will The New NCAA Recruiting Legislation Affect You?

On April 14, the NCAA adopted rule changes to the Division 1 recruiting process set forth in a combined effort by the IWLCA and IMLCA. The most drastic and straightforward measure limits contact with prospective student-athletes until prior to September 1 of their Junior year. These rules will be effective “immediately,” which in reality means […]

3-Part Girls Lacrosse Workout

The following workout is a 3-part series that hones in on speed training, strength training, and stickwork. Part I: Speed Training — 300’s: 100 yard + 50 yard Increments Conditioning designed to mimic game-like distances and movements Pattern: 100 yards Up and Back then 50 yards Up and Back Reps: 3 rounds Time: ~60-65 seconds […]

Girls Treadmill Workouts

The following are 3 different treadmill workouts designed for players of beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. These treadmill workouts are great for girls to execute during the lacrosse offseason in order to build stamina and endurance. Each workout, if completed in full, only takes 30 minutes! Beginner Intermediate Advanced

What Are We Thankful For This Year?

Glad You Asked! Mitch Belisle, VP of Marketing: I am thankful for the amazing support of our friends and family, especially as we look towards our January due date for our addition to the Belisle family. I am also thankful that the addition is going to be a boy! Chris Benza, Sales Manager: I am […]

David Madeira Breaks Down The Approach & React Drill

Featured in Lacrosse Magazine in April, 2016 I love doing this for any session that has an individual skills focus. It is especially perfect for off-season or pre-season practices where time and field space might be a limited resource for coaches. If you have limited field space, whether you are practicing in a field house, […]

Strength & Style Part 2: Wall Ball Exercises

In the second segment of Strength & Style, I demonstrate two of my favorite wall ball exercises. Wall ball exercises and routines will help you increase repetition, stamina, and confidence in order to improve your stick work. These 2 exercises are specifically designed to target grip changes and hand switches. Why wall ball? Using the […]

Strength & Style Part 1: Wrist Strengthening Exercises

Want better control of your stick so that you can move on to more difficult skills? A key element to achieving maximum control is the strength in your wrists. Having strong wrists in both your LEFT and RIGHT hands will allow you to support the weight of the stick and ball, have quicker reactions and […]

Why the Emphasis on Character Development?

Most of us have come across the saying “this game is 90% mental and 10% physical” at some point in our coaching or playing careers. As a former Division I coach and player I could not agree more and have most certainly used the phrase myself. I have seen and personally experienced the ugly side […]

5 Ways to Deal with Bullying on Your Team

SteelLocker Sports Bullying can be a significant issue on youth sports teams, as it impacts your team’s morale and causes players to have a negative experience. It’s also a fairly widespread issue, with 48 percent of high school athletes reporting that they were targets of hazing, which is a type of bullying. Fortunately, you, other […]

One Book All Lacrosse Coaches Should Read

This national bestseller, and arguably modern classic, by the revered Professor of Psychology and Management, illuminates an essential goal for us as coaches: to foster the maximum concentration and enjoyment of our individual participantsand the collective team. Flow is a self-directed state of mind in which one in completely absorbed in the activity at hand. […]

4 Keys to Creating a Stellar Highlight Video

Sending a highlight video can be one of the best ways to market yourself to a college coach. If your highlight video is compelling enough, it’ll make him want to see you play in person. When creating your tape, it’s important to keep this in the back of your mind: There are hundreds of other […]

Practice Planning: Making Lacrosse Fun

At Trilogy Lacrosse, we often joke about the different coaching styles of our National Directors. For a long time, we drew comparisons to the three bears from the Goldilocks nursery rhyme as Mitch Belisle, Ryan Boyle, and Matt Striebel were Trilogy’s primary, but very unique, personalities on the field. We have been lucky enough to […]

Everything You Didn’t Know About Being Pro

Part I: Travel & The Boys When people find out I play professional lacrosse for the Georgia Swarm and the Boston Cannons, they are usually surprised to learn that I live in Brooklyn, NY. “But when do you practice?” is the common first question of many. On Friday Nights. “Why do you live in Brooklyn?” […]

What Makes A Great Youth Lacrosse Clinic?

This Is A Trilogy Lacrosse Public Service Announcement Our partners over at Lacrosse Allstars visited us on Sunday, February 21st at the Sports Domain Academy in Montclair, NJ. In between sessions of our Technical Training Series Clinic, National Director Mitch Belisle weighed in on the keys to choosing (and hosting) a great youth lacrosse clinic. […]