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Southern Combat Fall Team Showcase

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The Southern Combat Fall Team Showcase is an invitation only event that offers seven or eight games of high level competition for high school aged players.

Organizers expect over 50 NCAA coaches to attend (Divisions 1, 2, and 3) to give participating teams maximum recruiting exposure, not only through the games, but also in the form of NCAA coach run clinics and team practices.

Games take place at John Paul II High School just outside Nashville. The school offers four top-quality lacrosse fields (three grass and one turf), two of which have lights for night games. There are also full athletic training and sports medicine facilities, public restrooms and parking for over 500 cars.

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Hosted by: Southern Combat Lacrosse
Location: Hendersonville, TN
Dates: November 3-4
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Male
Ages: High School
Format: 10v10
Level of Play: High School (Varsity and Elite)
Cost: $950 per day
$1700 for weekend
Application Deadline: October 31
Contact: Andrew Whitley
Contact Info: Email

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