Welcome to Zingos Lacrosse!
Zingos Lacrosse Club Supplemental Tryouts
Date: October 26, 2014
12793 Folly Quarter Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042
The Zingos Lacrosse Club is an organization founded on the principle of providing elementary, middle, and high school-aged boys in Maryland, District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia with the maximum lacrosse experience. Building on the tremendous success of the M&D brand, M&D is expanding our organization to include the boys program. Our boys program is known as the Zingos Lacrosse Club. The term "Zingo", coined by Major League Lacrosse (MLL) outdoor pro league commentator Quint Kessinich, is used when a player hits a shot with some velocity from some distance.
The summer of 2009 was the inaugural season for the Zingos and the Club achieved a tremendous amount of success since that time! Since the inception of Zingos, our teams have won 25 Championships including Maryland Rockfish Cup, Madlax Fallfest, LaxMax TriState National Lacrosse Festival, Heros for Hospice to name a few. Our club currently is the home of the Maryalnd Public High school coach of the year. We have had several players make the Brine, Freestate and UA under classman teams.
Our goal is to provide access to top-notch coaches, world-class clinicians, and the highest level of competition. Zingos is about staying together as a team and developing new friendships that will last through the college years. We offer a college recruiting assistance to all of our prospective collegiate lacrosse players to explain the recruiting process, the "dos" and "don’ts" of college recruiting, and what players and parents can expect to occur. Zingos is the whole package. We offer the education and the championship-level teams all in ONE club, Zingos Lacrosse Club.
For 2015, Zingos will field teams in five different age levels including High School, U-15, U-13, and U-11 These teams compete in tournaments at various locations on the East Coast beginning in October 2014 for the fall season and picking up in June 2015 for the summer season.
Each Zingos team practices once or twice before each fall tournament and each team practices two to three times per week during the summer months. In addition to the regularly scheduled practices sessions, Zingos offers some one-day instructional sessions conducted by top collegiate coaches and players in the country to teach players the latest skills and strategies in men’s lacrosse. In 2014, we held clinics pertaining to shooting, dodging, defense, goaltending, and faceoffs. Our clinicians included players from Johns Hopkins University, University of Virginia, University of Notre Dame, University of Maryland, Loyola University, and Drexel University. Come see for yourself...
Thanks for visiting the Zingos web site. We hope to see you on the lacrosse field.