Where top high school teams compete and players get recruited.SESSION I, July 8–10, 2016
SESSION II, July 10-12, 2016
Columbia Md — It’s not an MIAA A Conference championship for the McDonogh boy’s lacrosse team, but the Eagles were impressive in capturing their second-straight National High School Lacrosse Showcase (NHSLS) title. The Eagles dominated both halves, Sunday in Columbia, defeating MIAA rival, Calvert Hall, 8-4, in the championship game. Rising junior attack Jack Parr… Continue Reading
McDonogh won the National High School Lacrosse Showcase on Sunday by defeating Ward Melville (N.Y.), 10-6, at Blandair Regional Park in Columbia.McDonogh led Ward Melville, 5-4, at halftime, and the game was tied 5-5 with 22 minutes remaining in the second half. The Eagles outscored the Patriots, 5-1, from that point.Connor Young led McDonogh with… Continue Reading
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The National High School Lacrosse Showcase (NHSLS) was created to allow high school teams across the country to compete that most likely would not meet during the spring season and for the players to receive recruiting exposure. With the NHSLS being the original high school team only tournament during the summer, entering its third year, the NHSLS is already recognized as one of the premier recruiting events during the summer. College coaches have expressed their satisfaction in being able to evaluate players fulfilling their roles on their teams and playing within a system, as compared to playing in an individual event.
The NHSLS in its brief history has already attracted teams from fourteen different states and this past year had thirteen of the top twenty-five teams in the country based upon Inside Lacrosse High School Top 25 Poll. With the participants playing for their school colors, the effort and intensity displayed in the games are unique for summer lacrosse. The NHSLS was held in Baltimore in 2013 and in Howard County, Maryland in 2014. For the ease of travel for the high school teams and college coaches, the NHSLS plans on remaining in Baltimore or its surrounding counties.