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True Lacrosse Training Opportunities

The True Nation is spreading far and fast! While we may not currently have a full-time program in your State, we pride ourselves in offering opportunities to grow the game in all markets across the country.

Below is a list of True Lacrosse's upcoming out-of-market Clinics.

(To view clinic and training opportunities in our current states, please visit the respective State sites!) 



North Carolina Pro Clinic Coaches

MIKE GABEL

Mike Gabel was a standout goalie in college and the MLL. Throughout his coaching career, he has helped countless players learn and master the highly specialized skill set it takes to be an excellent goalie and go on to play at the Division I level.  Coach Gabel can offer players with everything he knows after decades in the game.  Players are guaranteed to come away with an increased IQ and sharper skills to be the best they can be and compete at the next level.  Gabel spent 8 years playing in the MLL and is in University of Vermont Athletic Hall of Fame.

DEVIN CRUZ

Devin Cruz currently serves as both a State Director for True Lacrosse Illinois and Defensive Coordinator at Benedictine University (DIII).  Cruz was a 2x USILA All-American LSM at Belmont Abbey and was named to the All-Conference Carolinas teams four times during his college career.  Cruz's MLL career includes rostering with the 2016 Ohio Machine, and being a current member of the Charlotte Hounds (2018-2019).  Internationally, Cruz was starting LSM for the Puerto Rico Men's National Team at the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships.

josh lesko

As a four-year starter and All-American playing at Deerfield Academy, Josh was named the #7 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse. He also played football (captain of football and lacrosse his senior year), and hockey. He was recruited in all three sports but committed to Princeton for lacrosse where he played for legendary Bill Tierney. He was both an offensive and defensive midfielder and made three quarter-final appearances in the NCAA tournament. After college he worked in finance as well as coaching on the side. He started his career in coaching one of the first True teams - the U15 Illinois State Team (2009-2013). When he moved back to the east coast he coached for St. Luke’s HS and New Canaan Youth Lacrosse. Lesko currently serves as the True South Carolina Director.