NJ RIOT Lacrosse will be holding tryouts for its summer 2016 teams starting on Sunday, Aug. 30 for players entering fourth grade through ninth grade.

In just three years, NJ RIOT has 16 Division I and three Division III commits.  NJ RIOT also has current high school players in various stages of recruiting and help all of their players on their rosters achieve their dream of playing college Lacrosse.

NJ RIOT recently expanded to Rhode Island where RI RIOT will also be holding tryouts on a date to be announced very soon.

All NJ RIOT tryouts are held at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ. Its teams are incredibly skilled and attend high-level summer tournaments.  All of the NJ RIOT teams are coached by the finest coaches having years of lacrosse coaching experience and all teams receive the finest equipment.

RIOT teams receive focusNJRIOTlogoed training and instruction and attend competitive tournaments. For high school teams, we select tournaments that provide the greatest recruiting exposure to the highest number of college coaches.

NJ RIOT players that are selected for the summer 2016 team also have the opportunity to join the team for fall 2015 tournaments.

NJ RIOT Lacrosse was conceived by forward-thinking lacrosse parents who have lived in the trenches of the game since their boys were little.

The founders of NJ RIOT were determined to create a new organization. … One that included all the things they liked about prior organizations and one that omitted the things they didn’t, so as to change the landscape of the current club mentality and “corporate” structure. The RIOT mission is to offer an elite, premier organization that focuses on high-level play and fosters the love of the game without sacrificing the integrity of providing teams and offering programs of the highest quality.

 Details for NJ Riot tryouts can be found at: www.njriot.com.

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