Shore Wars Announces Dates For 2014 Lacrosse Tournaments

Shore Wars Announces Dates For 2014 Lacrosse Tournaments

Shore Wars Lacrosse Tournaments are a series of lacrosse tournaments hosted at Virginia Beach, Ocean City, and Myrtle Beach. These tournaments draw teams from all over the nation offering the highest level of competition while providing the families an opportunity to vacation at the same time.

See why over 150 teams from more than 10 different states participated in Shore Wars 2013!  For the summer of 2014, Shore Wars will again offer two tournaments in June and July for boys grades 2023(U9) through 2015(High School Varsity).  The Virginia Beach event will take place on June 28-29.  This event is played just fifteen minutes away from the Virginia Beach boardwalk on both turf and pristine bermuda grass fields.  Last summer, Shore Wars of Virginia Beach sold out in early June, and we expect to have similar results this upcoming summer due to incoming registrations this fall.  New for 2014, all teams will guaranteed 5 games as opposed to just 4 in the past.

The Ocean City tournament will be held on July 26/27 with a very similar setup.  Fields are again minutes away from the boardwalk at a great venue where families can enjoy both great competitive lacrosse and a family vacation.  Ocean City had a great first year in 2013 and we look to have another great event in 2014.  Teams from New York, Maryland, Virginia, Texas, and North Carolina enjoyed this great end of summer event played just minutes away from the boardwalk at a great venue.

Shore Wars Lacrosse Tournament Features:

  •       Block scheduling for a better family, player, team and coach experience.

  •       Great competition at a vacation destination.

  •       Multiple-team discounts, early-bird discounts, team hotel savings, and other ways for clubs and families to save money while participating at an elite event.

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