MVP Lacrosse is one of the premier lacrosse exposure/recruiting tournaments of the summer.
Skillman, NJ (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Jim Stagnitta, founder of MVP, LLC announced a second partnership today with Blue Hen Lacrosse owner Bob Schillinglaw. Schillinglaw is the current Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach at the University of Delaware. The MVP 2 Team Tournament will be held on the weekend of June 28th-30th 2013 at the University of Delaware.
The opportunity adds MVP 2 to the existing Fathers Day MVP Tournament and First State Youth Shootout at the University of Delaware and is a great opportunity for MVP. “We worked together this summer on the First State Shootout, which was very successful in its initial year.” States Stagnitta. “MVP Lacrosse is one of the premier lacrosse exposure/recruiting tournaments of the summer. The opportunity to bring both MVP Summer Showcases to the University of Delaware and to work with the Blue Hen staff is another step in providing the best opportunity we can for High School level lacrosse club players and teams to be seen by college coaches while participating in a very competitive tournament. “ He adds. The University of Delaware provides MVP with a centrally located venue and one of the top athletic facilities in the Mid-Atlantic. Coaches Schillinglaw and Greg Carroll bring a wealth of experience in running tournaments and will play a big part in MVP Lacrosse continuing to be one of the premier lacrosse exposure events of the summer. The facilities at the University of Delaware provide a great atmosphere and location for High School lacrosse club teams to showcase their talents in front of college coaches.
Jim Stagnitta founded MVP LLC in 1999. Recently, Stagnitta was hired as a coach of Major League Lacrosse Denver Outlaws Team after spending 10 years as the head coach of Rutgers University. Prior to coaching at Rutgers, Stagnitta was the head coach at Washington and Lee University for 12 seasons (1990-2001) and spent three seasons (1987-1989) as an assistant coach at his Alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania. During his collegiate coaching career, Stagnitta has compiled an overall record of 194-124 (.610 pct.) and has led his team to seven NCAA Tournament berths and two Final Four appearances.
MVP Team tournaments draw over 50 of the top club and high school teams in each of their two annual summer and fall exposure events. These teams are seen by upwards of 150 college coaches per event.
For more information please visit http://www.mvplaxcamps.com or email jstag(at)mvplaxcamps(dot)com