Welcome to Team 222 Lacrosse. Team 222 Lacrosse was founded on the ability to provide a competitive lacrosse experience to players of all levels. Our focus is to provide a team atmosphere that players can develop as individuals, compete as a team, and build each player's lacrosse IQ.
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Team 222 Lacrosse provides seasonal programs to lacrosse players. Whether it is winters leagues, clinics, tournaments, and/or practices, our experienced coaching staff focuses on the development of each lacrosse player, their skills, and lacrosse IQ. Yet, the focus is family atmosphere.
With Team 222, players experience a quality of life in a sport. We compete to make the player and team better, on and off the field. Every player on the team is put in the position to contribute and provide opportunities to lead. Again, it is about having a positive life experience through positive coaching and their development in the game they love.
To be a part of the Team 222 Lacrosse family, you only need to have heart, hustle, and be a good teammate. All levels of players are the face of Team 222. Each time they step on the field, the goal is only to be better than yesterday. Our coaches will give you the tools to succeed in both lacrosse and life. From program director, to the coaches, all are collegiate level coaches and players.
Teams will have 14 practices that run on Tuesday and Thursdays for 7 weeks.
Laxpalooza - June 13th and 14th - High School and Youth - Allentown, PA
Hershey Shoot Out - July 18th and 19th - High School and Youth - Palmyra, PA
Uniforms and practice pinnies; College Coaches and Players; organized communication; recruiting and additional opportunities/recommendations; much more.
James Malone begins his forth season as the Albright head men's lacrosse coach in 2020 and his first season with Team 222 Lacrosse as the Head Coach for the high school team.
Malone spent three seasons as an assistant at Dickinson prior to his time at Albright. In three seasons with the Red Devils, Malone mentored 16 all-conference selections and two USILA All-America selections. The program reached No. 7 in the nation in 2014 and No. 15 in 2016 while making a pair of conference tournament appearances in Malone's time with the team.
Prior to his time at Dickinson, Malone spent four seasons as the head coach at Mercyhurst North East College. He elevated a struggling program into a nationally-ranked contender, reaching the playoffs for the first time in school history in 2011 and again in 2012. The Saints finished 2011 ranked 11th in the National Junior College Athletic Association. During his time there, Malone coached 10 NJCAA Academic All-Americans, 15 all-region selections and 18 all-conference honorees.
As a player, Malone was a team captain and a four-year starter at College of the Holy Cross. He was the team's Rookie of the Year as a freshman and was selected to play in the NEILA East-West Senior All-Star Game at the conclusion of his playing career, serving as captain of the East team.
Coach Foose is returning to Team 222 for his second year. As an experienced youth, high school, and college level coach, Coach Foose brings a vast amount of experience and positive reinforcement to the youth teams. His years of experience come from not just being a coach, but also a player in his youth growing up in Syracuse New York, home of the Onondaga Iroquois, and the birthplace of lacrosse. Adding to his playing and coaching experience, as a father of lacrosse players he understands the importance parents play in the development of youth players. Coach Foose enjoys sharing his love for lacrosse to help grow the players lacrosse IQ in order to help them achieve a higher level of play and sportsmanship, both as a team and as individual players.
Drew Fedorich - Ferrum University (Allentown Central Catholic High School)
Tony Aguayo - Delaware Valley University (Muhlenburg High School)
Ryan Thomas - Embry Riddle Aeronautical (Emmaus High School)
Tyler Siglin - Hood College (Schuylkill Valley High School)
Ryan Williams - Bates College (Avon Old Farms)
Jackson Peterson - Ursinus College (Emmaus High School)
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