Description: Each Indy United team will be placed in an appropriate tournament division based upon the coaches’ assessment of team competitiveness.
Each team will have two coaches assigned to them. All Indy Lacrosse Club coaches are members of US Lacrosse and have completed and passed a US Lacrosse background check. Coaches are selected and assigned based upon their experience level and expertise in coaching lacrosse fundamentals & game concepts. Our coaches make the difference!
Team 2024 Information
Summer Genesis - June 19-20 - Hershey, PA
IWLCA Capital Cup: July 9-10 Richmond, VA
NXT Grand Prix: July 17-18, 2021, Westfield, IN
** IF NEEDED - Backup Date (due to cancellations/COVID) July 24-25 @ Grand Park
**potential additional game dates with Midwest-based clubs with local college coach invitations
- Grand Park 6-8pm
- June 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21 & 23
- July 5, 7, 12, 14
- OFF Week of June 28-July 4
Team training camp for our Indy United high school teams, tentative date June 5 or June 6
In addition to offering a recruiting director to assist and educate athletes and parents on the college recruiting process and communication with collegiate coaches, all National team athletes will receive a profile on our SportsRecruits platform.
Each athlete will receive a new uniform, cost is included in the participation fee. Uniform will include pinnie, shorts and a shooting shirt top. Ordering information will be requested in 2021.
Team fee to participate on the Indy United Team 2022 team is $TBA. A deposit of $TBA will be due September 29th, 2020 to hold an athlete's roster position. If both fees are paid by check, a $50 discount will be applied to the balance payment, which will be due March 1st, 2021. Deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE.
All tournament team registrations
Coaches’ travel and expense
Fees DO NOT Include:
Travel and accommodations to/from tournaments
Meals/snacks during tournament weekends
What Are the Available Teams for High School?
National teams are Indy 2022, Indy 2023, and Indy 2024. Our regional team is United Midwest.
What are the differences between the national and midwest teams?
Our National teams are single class year teams developed to expose our athletes to national level competition, in settings where they are seen by college coaches from around the country. This team comes with a higher commitment of travel. Our Midwest team is composed of athletes from multiple graduation years which will also compete at quality tournaments closer to home.
What will travel look like in 2021?
We, along with other Midwest clubs and college coaches are working to create unique club opportunities for teaching, competitive play, and exposure to college coaches here in the Midwest region. In 2021, National teams will travel East at least once.
Do both teams receive recruiting benefits?
Yes! There is a place for every lacrosse athlete at a college in America, should your athlete choose to play beyond high school. National teams have access to our SportsRecruits platform and all athletes have access to our recruiting director and our relationships with collegiate coaches and programs.