2016 – 2017 Season
The fall is when our coaches begin to invite players to try out for open positions, both during AYL Fall League and in other various leagues across the Atlanta area.
If you are interested in possibly earning a spot on a Coyote team, view more information here.
Our Coyote teams will be designated by high school graduation year. There will be 5 teams - 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023. that will participate in 4 home (in-state) tournaments and 1 away (out-of-state) tournament.
The 2018-19 team, which will focus on recruiting, will participate in 2 home (in-state) and 3 away (out-of-state) tournaments.
- 2016 Coyote Season 07/24/2016
- Vassar Bound 01/06/2016
- Thank you IMLCA 12/15/2015
- Press Release: Duncan Jackson to play at Young Harris College 11/17/2015
- Do the Math 10/13/2015
HS College Exposure Team
The High School/College Exposure team is made up of players that are looking to have the opportunity to play at the next level. The landscape of college recruiting has changed dramatically over the last several years. Showcase events and Player Prospect days have cropped up left and right and it can be very challenging to pick events that will get players exposure to college coaches. The events we have chosen are some of the most highly attended (by College Coaches) events in the country. Recruiting is the lifeblood for most college lacrosse programs. Coaches spend most of their time, especially in the summer and fall, identifying and then convincing the players they want on their teams. Over the years we have had many players play NCAA lacrosse and MCLA (club lacrosse) but playing at the next level is not for everyone. We stress finding the best academic fit possible for each and every player. Don’t get lured to a college just because of the lacrosse experience.
What are your goals?
What are your goals?
1. Have a great High School career?
2. Play NCAA Lacrosse?
3. Play College Club Lacrosse?
High School Matters
While summer club ball is fun and should be about each players development. The main reason to play club ball is so you can excel at the high school level. Wins and losses matter in high school. They don't me a thing at the club level summer season. So stay on track develop your skills and have fun.