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King of the Hill Lacrosse Tournament

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The King of the Hill lacrosse tournament offers high school-aged boys' teams a chance to compete against top competition and be seen by coaches from many of the top DI, DII and DIII colleges and universities. Players stay overnight and eat all their meals at the dorms of Swarthmore College.

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The tournament takes place over two stages, with one session lasting from Thursday through Saturday and a second taking place from Saturday through Monday.

Only 24 teams are selected for each session.

The tournament provides an atmosphere that is convenient for both teams and recruiters with four central fields side by side at the main location and a second site with two additional fields a short walk way.

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Hosted by: Haverford Lacrosse
Location: Swathmore, PA
Dates: June 24-28
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: High School
Gender: Boys
Ages: High School
Format: 10v10
Level of Play: Elite
Cost: TBA
Application Deadline: n/a
Contact: Chris Bates
Mike Murphy
Brian Voelker
Contact Info: Email

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