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Baylor Lacrosse Clinic to Feature Former NCAA, PLL, and MLL legends

Baylor Lacrosse Clinic to Feature Former NCAA, PLL, and MLL legends

Matt Danowski, one of the best players in the history of NCAA lacrosse and current assistant coach for his alma mater Duke Blue Devils, and Joey Sankey, who finished his career as the all-time points leader in UNC history, will be leading a day-long boys lacrosse clinic and showcase at Baylor School on Saturday, Oct. 14. 

Baylor School's Stars in the South lacrosse clinic and showcase is designed for experienced players ages 8-18.  Click here for more information, or to register. 

Danowski played professional lacrosse for over a decade after his Tewaaraton Award-winning collegiate career, during which he set the all-time NCAA points record.  He enters his 12th season on the Duke staff, where his father, John Danowski has served as head coach since 2007.  After his esteemed career at UNC, Sankey played professional lacrosse from 2015-2020 and now runs Team 11 lacrosse, an elite club in the Philadelphia-area. Charles Giunta, the defensive coordinator at NCAA Division I Fairfield University in Fairfield, Conn.; Nick Hreshko, the assistant coach for NCAA Division I Monmouth University in New Jersey; and Riley White, an All-American goalie on Cabrini University's 2019 D-III national championship-winning team, round out the instructional staff for the clinic.

Baylor's varsity lacrosse coach Tyler White, a highly accomplished former collegiate player and coach himself at Dickinson College (Penn.), said high level skills and modern concepts will be taught by some of the greatest minds in the sport today. “The goal of our clinic and showcase is to provide boys lacrosse players of all ages with the resources to vastly improve their game in just one day. It is rare that boys in growing hot beds in the south are exposed to this caliber of talent and knowledge. Our showcase will also provide high school players the opportunity to get in front of top college coaches on a personal level,” said White.