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Frequently Asked Questions

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Who should attend?

2021s, 2022s, 2023, and 2024s looking for recruiting exposure and coaching from NCAA coaches. We welcome applications from advanced 2024s, but will only admit them if space is available after selecting the older years. Please know that space availability will vary by position.

What is the daily schedule?

Monday: 8:15 AM to 5:00 PM

Tuesday: 8:45 AM to 5:00 PM

This is a day event. Lodging is the responsibility of the player.

What is my team and game schedule?

This information will not be available until check in.

How will college coaches evaluate players for their programs?

This is to the discretion of each NCAA program attending the iD Showcase. Programs will have different criteria for evaluating players.

Detailed and reliable contact and academic info will be provided to college coaches, allowing them to find the best academic and athletic fits for their programs. Keep in mind that academics -- not just athletic ability -- play a key role in college recruiting!

What is the Recruiting Seminar?

The Recruiting Seminar is a panel discussion with NCAA Division I, II, and III coaches about the recruiting process generally.

What is the Recruiting Rountable?

The Recruiting Roundtable is an opportunity for campers to speak with all Division III coaches on staff or in attendance. Many coaches will bring materials about academic programs and lacrosse. This will be held after the final game on Monday when players have been released, per NCAA rules. Division I and II coaches are not permitted to participate, per NCAA rules.

Is transportation provided?

Transportation is NOT provided during any portion of the showcase. 

Are meals provided?

Lunches will be provided to players. Breakfast and dinner are the responsibility of the player.

What should we pack?
Cooler / Water
Lacrosse sticks (two recommended)
Gloves
Arm pads
Shoulder pads
Mouth guard
Athletic supporter and cup
Helmet and chin strap
Rib pads
Cleats for turf field lacrosse
Sports drinks
Sunscreen
Medications
Athletic t-shirts
Athletic shorts
Extra socks
Sunglasses
Hat

What airport do I fly into?

Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport (MSP). There are many hotels available near the airport.

Do you have video services available?

ConnectLax will film all games and provide players the opportunity to purchase film for online highlights.

Do you provide refunds?

No.

Do I need to bring medical waivers to check in?

No, you will have already filled out your waiver online after being admitted.

What is the selection process?

Each player will be evaluated on his experience as outlined in his application. His athletic ability, lacrosse skill set, onfield decision-making, work ethic (as evaluated by high school/club coach recommender), and academic credentials for admission to competitive colleges will also be considered.

Who will be on staff?

 A variety of NCAA Division I, II, and III college coaches will instruct practice sessions and coach teams. Each team will have two college coaches from NCAA different divisions.

Bob Dignazio, former Head Coach at NCAA Division III Beloit College (Wis.) and Asst. Athletic Director for Recruiting at nearby Macalester College (Minn.), is the Director of iD Lacrosse.

Questions?

Email iD Lacrosse Director Bob Dignazio at bob.dignazio@iDLacrosse.com

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