Spring Training

To prepare for the season ahead, FLG offers a one of a kind Spring Training program for its 3rd thru 8th grade boys and girls! Learn more...

Summer Lacrosse Camp

This four day camp offers fun and creative ways to learn the best game on two feet! Campers compete in leadership exercises, color war events, lacrosse drills and much more!Learn more...

Building More than Just Athletes

Lacrosse is a multi-faceted experience for athletes and their families. FLG invites you to explore all of our resources and see how we use lacrosse as a foundation to build more than just athletes. Enjoy! Learn more...

Spread the Game!

By 2009, FLG was determined to find a way to give back using the sport of lacrosse. Soon enough FLG enacted their Lax4all program. Lax4all had one simple goal in mind: spread the game of lacrosse... Learn more...

Upcoming Events

Free Lacrosse Clinic – 5/3   

FLG will host free boys & girls clinic before the ECC Lax Championships. 

FLG Spring Shootout – 6/14 & 6/15

A highly competitive and fun weekend for 3rd through 8th grade teams.

FLG Summer Camp – 6/30 to 7/3

Four day summer program where campers experience a fun, creative opportunity to play the best game on two feet.

FLG in 3d Summer Shootout – 7/18 to 7/20 

Two of the country’s premier lacrosse clubs 3d & FLG have joined forces for the ultimate lacrosse recruiting team tournament.

FLG Box Promo

  • Who’s In The News? Featuring FLG’s Stephen Coyne - Located in a small town about 20 miles from Columbus, Ohio, lies one of the most likable schools in Division III College Lacrosse, Ohio Wesleyan University aka OWU. What makes this school so appealing to a college lacrosse fan? Well, for one, they have a rich history, great alumni, a cool mascot, beautiful stadium, quality […]
  • What’s a Studlete? - What’s a Studlete? I went to a school that demanded mastery in 2 very “different” areas of life. On the one hand we have school and on the other we have sport.  School required full attendance, extra-work when no body was watching, networking with peers, discipline, time management, communication, development and mastery. On the other […]
  • FLG’s Girls Lacrosse Program is Ahead of the Competition - For young athletes, building a strong foundation of the fundamental skills in lacrosse is imperative to grow into a college-caliber athlete. Where does this foundation begin? With quality coaches who understand the intricacies of lacrosse and also possess a passion and knowledge for teaching. The FLG Girls Lacrosse program has just that; its stellar coaching […]
  • FLG Opens Registration for Instructional & Fun Summer Camp Program - Camaraderie, friendships, and an atmosphere conducive to success at every level, the FLG Summer Camp program offers children in grades K through 8the opportunity to build character and have fun through the game of lacrosse. Held over a four-day span, the program not only features instruction in lacrosse fundamentals, but it offers camp-like activities and […]



“FLG is a phenomenal organization that I was lucky to be apart of. The coaching and communication through out the organization are unparalleled. The greatest thing I was able to take from my experience aside from the exposure and competition were the great friendships I was able to make and maintain with my fellow teammates.”

Quentin DellaFera (Wesleyan University)

FLG was extremely helpful when it came to getting recruiting. Mr. Winkoff and the other coaches would always call the college coaches when it was needed. The exposure from playing with FLG is unbeatable. Thanks FLG and all the coaches for the help when it came to the college process. It was an incredible experience playing for FLG.

Daniel Deutsch (SUNY Geneseo)

FLG isn’t only a great organization but it’s also a family oriented lacrosse
program. The coaches assisted me throughout the recruiting process
dramatically and gave me very valuable advice. I wouldn’t be where I am
today without joining FLG and playing at all the summer tournaments. 

Jake Kiernan (Drexel University)

The FLG program was very helpful in my recruiting experience. All my coaches and their staff made sure that we were receiving the most exposure and in constant contact with coaches of schools that I was interested in.

Patric Berkery (UPenn)

FLG helped me so much through the overwhelming recruiting process. Mr. Winkoff and the staff were constantly talking on my behalf to any coach that I asked them too. They were also there to answer any questions I had. Thanks so much FLG for all your help.

Eddie Blatz (Georgetown University)

Playing FLG for several summers was a huge help for me in the recruiting process as well as making some of my best friends along the way. I am very thankful for the experiences I gained from playing with this program, and plan on staying a part of it for years to come. Thanks for all the support with recruiting and the memories <3 

Allen Winkoff (Ohio State University)

Big thanks to the FLG family for their guidance and support throughout the years. Being a part of this program has inspired me to become more than just an athlete.

Jon Patterson (Bates College)

Mr. Winkoff along with my two coaches (Vin and John) expedited the recruiting process for me by talking to a lot of coaches that I could not contact by myself. All of the college coaches I spoke with have an immense amount of respect for Mr. Winkoff along with the whole FLG program. Thanks FLG for making this possible!

Chris Moriarty (UPenn)

The FLG program was very instrumental during the recruiting process. Mr. Winkoff and the other coaches were more than willing to speak to college coaches on my behalf. Without the assistance of FLG, my recruiting experience would have been very hectic and confusing. So thanks again FLG!

Quinn Moroney (Amherst)

FLG provided me with some of my greatest lacrosse experiences and memories. The program gave me the chance to play against the best competition out there and to get recruited at the same time. The coaches made all this possible and were essential in guiding me through the recruiting process. Thanks FLG.

Devin Dwyer (Harvard University)