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The Fall Face Off lacrosse tournament takes place annually at Ann Arundal Community College near Annapolis. It's a boys high school showcase event offering participating players a chance to be seen by attending NCAA Division II and Division III coaches.

Teams from Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York compete in the tournament, which offers three divisions of play. The club level is the most competive and will feature top level players seeking scolarships from NCAA programs.

The varsity level is still highly competitive and will feature boys looking to play at the NCAA level. The JVlevel is for younger players, hoping to be seen, but sytill a year or two away from college ball.

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Hosted by: Lax Classic Lacrosse Tournaments
Location: Arnold, MD
Dates: November 20
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Boys
Ages: High School
Format: 10v10
Level of Play: Club, JV, Varsity
Cost: $950
Application Deadline: n/a
Contact: Tournament Director
Contact Info: Email


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