South Florida PRIME Continues to Grow, Adds Three New Teams

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The goal of South Florida PRIME is to put 19-21 of the top players in South Florida together on one elite showcase travel Lacrosse team. South Florida PRIME play in three nationally recognized summer showcase/recruiting tournaments pitting them against the best high school/club lacrosse teams in the nation.

Screen Shot 2016-04-29 at 8.55.02 AMIn 2015 the South Florida PRIME had success at five different national recruiting tournaments accumulating a record of 18-5. That roster had two 2016 players and they both committed to play lacrosse and study at NCAA DI schools, Maryland and Rutgers.

With the classes of 2017 and 2018 receiving a plethora of attention from college programs, South Florida PRIME is adding teams at the younger level. This summer sees the addition of three younger teams: 2018/2019 (invitation only), 2020/2021 and a 2022/2023. Tryouts for the 2 youngest teams will be held on May 15 at American Heritage School in Plantation. Players who wish to be considered for the HS Elite or 2018/2019 teams should email

South Florida Prime is focused on player development and learning how to play in a college oriented team system. Director Peter Dunne said, “We prepare our players to play at the collegiate level. The big difference is the training camp we hold before we head off to play in the recruiting tournaments. Through a three day training camp we are able to not only improve individual skill, we are able to build team cohesion while implementing our schemes and game plans. Our staff has more than 20 years of NCAA coaching and more than 50 years of high school coaching.”

South Florida PRIME provides education to each payer and their family about the entire recruiting process along with providing support through the entire recruiting process. South Florida PRIME is staffed with people who have extensive NCAA college recruiting experience and know the ins and outs of the complicated recruiting process, and have the college contacts to get players looks from the top lacrosse programs in the country.