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 10 days if you are a high school lacrosse player with lofty lacrosse and life goals.
In 2015, US Lacrosse captured the essence of the Trilogy ICE program in an 8-minute long Stick Story featuring Trilogy players and coaches. This is our story:
Trilogy ICE Spotlight | Behind-the-Scenes at 2016 ICE
So what happens during this 10-DAY program? ICE consists of a Training Camp, a Recruiting Tournament, college campus tours & additional programming including a tour of Under Armour’s World HQ and a 4th of July Party at Ryan Boyle’s Baltimore residence. The following videos include footage from the 2016 ICE program to give you behind-the-scenes look at each of these features:
Trilogy ICE Spotlight | Part 1: Team Curriculum
ICE begins with a 3-day training camp spearheaded by Trilogy National Directors Ryan Boyle, Mitch Belisle & Matt Striebel. During these 4 days, the 3 grad-year based teams undergo individual skill development and team curriculum implementation. In addition to on-field training, players also hit the classroom where they go over strategic x’s & o’s and Film Breakdown.
Trilogy ICE Spotlight | Part 2: Trilogy 24 Recruiting Tournament
After 4 days of coming together as a team in Training Camp, the boys head to the Trilogy 24, a 2-day recruiting tournament. In 2016, the Trilogy 24 Tournament hosted 50 college coaches across just 3-4 fields. This intimate setting afforded players the opportunity for legitament collegiate exposure. Check out some of the top ICE highlights from Day 1 of the tournament:
Trilogy ICE Spotlight | Part 3: Under Armour World HQ Tour
With Under Armour as our Official Outfitter, Trilogy ICE players have had the unique privilege of touring UA’s corporate headquarters in Baltimore, MD. Past highlights include checking out never-before-seen custom gear and working out with Jay Dyer.