FLG in 3d Summer Shootout

Two of the country's premier club programs, 3d and FLG lacrosse, have teamed up once again for the ultimate team recruiting showcase. For more information on this event, Click here

The FLG Face-off Combine

FLG Lacrosse & Matt Schomburg of FOGOLAX Academy to hold the first-of-its-kind face-off combine! Thrilling regional & national competitions will develop, train and challenge players in grades 6th thru 11th.Register Here!

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

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 Select Team Tryouts – September, 2014

Tryouts for all FLG Boys & Girls select teams are now live for registration. Click Select Teams at the top to learn more.

FLG Face-off Combine Regionals – October, 2014

FLG and FOGOLAX Face-off Academy’s Matt Schomburg to host one of it’s kind regional and national face-off combine.

  • 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 […]
  • Early Summer Tourney Recaps – FLG Select Girls Teams - Early Summer Tourney Recaps 2015 Girls: The 2015 Girls took their talents to the National Draw Tournament this weekend. The team was placed in the top bracket and played some of the toughest teams they’ll see all summer. The girls battled all weekend, putting forth a strong effort in every game. Stand out performances came […]
  • Early Summer Tourney Recaps – FLG Select Boys Teams - Early Summer Tourney Recaps Committed Team: The committed team looked strong in their last tournament. Despite injuries, the boys were able to remain undefeated in their 2014 campaign. With strong wins over the West Islip Varsity Team and Primetime 2015. The strongest performances came from Jonathan “the Wall” Klobus and Nick “No Goal” Gray. Both […]


Testimonials

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FLG is definitely one of the most renowned summer lacrosse programs. It is comprised of excellent coaches, players, and talent. FLG helped me raise my game to a whole other level that I did not know existed. They helped me get recruited to the University of Virginia and FLG can help you get recruited too. Don’t be a fool!! Choose FLG!

Dan Marino (University of Virginia)
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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)
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FLG was extremely important to me and my family during the recruiting process. I had a blast during the summer. Thanks FLG!

TJ Greenhill (Rutgers University)
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FLG was extremely instrumental in getting me recruited. Mr. Winkoff and my other coaches made sure I was in contact with all the coaches at the schools I was looking at and were more than willing to speak of my behalf. So thanks again FLG! I couldn’t have done it without you!

Rob Savage (UPenn)
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In addition to being a highly competitive travel lacrosse team, the FLG program acts as a unparalleled recruitment tool. Coach Winkoff and his staff work tirelessly to ensure that each player is given maximum exposure to college coaches and is in constant contact with high profile schools. I am proud to be a member of the FLG family.

Alirio DeMeireles (Yale University)
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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)
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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)
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“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)
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We are extremely grateful for all the opportunities Sean had playing for FLG. Vinny was instrumental in guiding Sean through the recruiting process and FLG’s advice was invaluable as well. Thanks again! 

Sean Connors (Princeton University)
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“FLG truly is the best in the business. Recruiting help, exposure, and quality coaching are a given with this organization. The best thing about playing for FLG was being able to compete with and against the best players in the country. I would not want to have played for anyone else.” 

Harry DellaFera (Villanova University)