This summer marks the third year of American Revolution international teams, the second summer of our national high school team program, and the first summer of our Indy Super Sophs and Future Stars programs.
We have a simple mission for our program. We want to provide the lacrosse experience of a lifetime through positive energy and maximum teaching.
Have you ever played a game against a team from Denmark and a team from Norway in the same day? Have you seen Big Ben? Have visited a royal castle?
You can experience all this and more by joining our international team. 2014 marks our fourth season taking teams abroad.
England and Denmark Tour August 3-14
Not all club lacrosse programs are equated equal. The Revolution National High School Team Program puts players from all over the country to compete at primetime summer recruiting events.
College coaches from Indiana University coach at every event to ensure players are receving a next level education.
Where will the Revolution take you?
Our Holiday Camp held December 21-22 at Southpointe Fieldhouse will put youth and high school athletes in front of college coaches from North Carolina, Drexel, Binghamton, Lafayette, Michigan, and more.
This a teaching camp which will focus on stick work, lacrosse IQ, and small sided situations. Jumpstart your 2014 season with our NCAA coaches.
NCAA college coaches will be in Pittsburgh December 21-22 at the SouthPointe Fieldhouse. Don’t miss out on a chance to jumpstart your spring.
Applications are now being accepted for our 2014 trip to London and Copenhagen. More information here.
Information regarding our 2013 fall team will be released shortly.
As in past years, the team will compete in one November event and the Adrenaline Challenge in January in San Diego.
2014s and 2015s will be welcome to apply.
The first evaluations for Indy Super Sophs and Indy Future Stars will be held at Incrediplex Saturday May 25th.
These sessions will introduce players and families to our teaching philosophies, vocabulary, and offensive and defensive theory. Evaluations will be focused on teaching rather than simply watching players work through drills.
After the final session, coaches will head to the state final. We encourage all players in attendance to join us at Zionsville. It is crucial for youth players to experience at the highest level of the state.
Evaluations are free, but limited to the first 36 players who register. (9 attack, 14 middies, 9 poles, 4 goalies)
American Revolution Director