2017 Rival Lacrosse Fall Instructional League is Now Open!
We are excited to open 2017 Spring registration for Rival Lacrosse. Rival Lacrosse is the largest recreational lacrosse program in the southeast.
Rival Fall Instructional League is an 8 Week camp/clinic style format and is open for boys 1-8. It is a great time to introduce newcomers to the game or hone the skills of returning players. Players are divided by age, grade and skill level and will receive individual instruction in all aspects of the game. Sessions are held on Sundays and progress through basic stick and footwork fundamentals and move into team/game play.
**CHAPEL HILL FALL LEAGUE IS HELD ON SUNDAY MORNINGS**
For the training sessions and each player will be required to have the following equipment:
Lacrosse Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Arm Pads, Lacrosse Gloves, Stick and a mouthpiece
Location- Homestead Park - Chapel Hill
Dates Sundays September 10- October 29t, 2017
Chad Watson grew up outside of Philadelphia, PA where he attended the Perkiomen School and played lacrosse for his father Reid. He played 3 sports in HS, Football, Wrestling and Lacrosse. Chad lead his High School team to the PA North Eastern League Championship as midfielder and holds the distinction of scoring at least one goal in 52 consecutive games over a three–year period. He was a three–year All–league and two–year All–State selection. In 1997 Chad was inducted into Perkiomen’s Athletic Ring of Honor along with his father. Chad attended the University of North Carolina and was a member of the 1986 National Championship team and the 1989 ACC Championship squad. After graduating in 1989, Chad went to work with Sports Endeavors Inc. in Durham. After serving in many roles at SEI, in 1994 Chad went on to cement his own legacy in the Sporting goods industry as Founder and President of the Great Atlantic Lacrosse Company/LACROSSE.COM . He served on the NC–Chapter of US Lacrosse from 1997 – 2001. Chad currently serves on the US Lacrosse Industry council, and is an advisory Board Member for Major League Lacrosse. In his spare time Chad is the Director of Atlantic Coast Lacrose Events. Chad is the youngest of 5 and his mother Margery won a Bronze Medal in the 1984 Olympic Games as a Field Hockey Coach. She is also a member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Chad is married to Kathryn and has three children Tanner, McCabe and Wade.