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Welcome to Doc's NYC Lacrosse

Any questions please contact Scott.Woodworth@citylax.org

Thank you for your participation in the Winter Indoor Season. We have concluded our Winter Sessions.

Evaluations

Evaluation February 23rd 

Girls Grades 3rd - 8th : 200 - 320 PM  

Boys Grades 3rd - 8th 320 - 430 PM 

Evaluation March 1st 6-9 

Girls Grades 3rd -8th 6:00 - 7:30 PM 

 Boys Grades 3rd - 8th : 7:30 - 9:00 PM  

Doc's Spring 2020 Registration

NOW OPEN 

 

Congratulations to Doc's 3 Blue - Champions of South Salem Tournament 2019

Doc's NYC Parent/ Coach Howie Borkan received the Cornell University 2018 Paul Schimoler Award in recognition of his service to the Cornell Lacrosse family.

 

Doc's Players @ West Point Summer Lacrosse Camps

Ben Reeves (Yale) @ the Ivy League Championship with Dylan and Davis Munchus. Now National Champ 2018 Ben Reeves!

Explaining Box Night 1 - Teaching length throw vs choking up w/Coach Scott

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Women's Box Laxx Break!

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*New FaceBook Page Click Here*

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Check out the Doc's NEWS page for more info on former Doc's players headed to the next level, and events around the NYC lacrosse scene!

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CityLAX , our 5013(c) sister organization, works to bring Lacrosse to inner city public schools and underserved communities. 


 For more information on to make a donation or volunteer, or to simply learn more about the program, please click HERE and get involved!

 

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In case of weather issues, call the Doc's Hotline: 
212-613-5466 


Founded in 1996, Doc's New York City Youth Lacrosse is named for Bernard "Doc" Schoenbaum (1914-1989), a former collegiate/club player, teammate and friend who played most of his lacrosse in New York City, first with The City College of New York and then for the New York Lacrosse Club. True to his nickname, Doc had a highly successful career in dentistry, practicing for many years on 57th Street. In the world of lacrosse, he is best known for competing at the post-collegiate/club level well into his 70's. As an athlete and professional, Doc remains an inspiration to all of us.

Learn more about Mat Levine receiving the inaugural lifetime achievement award for youth lacrosse!
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Check out Coach Levine and CityLax in Lacrosse Magazine!
click here


 


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