SPRING 2023 LXTC GIRLS OFFENSIVE SKILLS TRAINING
LXTC Lacrosse is providing offensive skills training for experienced girls players in 6th through 12th grades. All participants must have a minimum of 2 seasons experience playing competitive lacrosse. For example, youth players must have 2 spring seasons of experience playing for an AYL team, or 1 spring season with an AYL team and 1 summer season with a local club team. Inexperienced players should not register for this program.
Denver Pride Head Coach Bea Behrins will lead players through high-level training designed to improve stick skills, shooting, and dodging.
Open to: Experienced, advanced girls offensive players in graduation years 2023 through 2029. Each session will be limited to a maximum of 16 players.
Location: Foothills Fieldhouse (indoor turf); 3606 S. Independence Street, Denver, CO 80235
Dates: April 16, 23 and May 14
- 1100am-1200pm: 2027, 2028, and 2029
- 1200pm-100pm: 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026
Required Equipment: All players must have girls lacrosse stick, goggles, mouthguard, and a full water bottle for each session.
Director: Bea Behrins
University of Denver Women’s Lacrosse
Honors and Awards: IWLCA Third Team All-America (2021, 2022)...IWLCA All-West/Midwest Region First Team (2021, 2022) … Big East Attacker of the Year (2021, 2022) … Big East First Team (2021, 2022-unanimous selection) … Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2022) ... Big East All-Tournament Team (2019, 2022) ... 2022 Team MVP ... A 2022 Captain ... 2022 Tewaaraton Award Watch List (2022) ... Inside Lacrosse All-American Third Team (2022) ... USA Lacrosse Magazine All-American Honorable Mention ... 2022 Preseason All-Big East Team ... 2022 Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American (Honorable Mention)
Denver’s DI Record Book:
Finished 1st in career games played (82) … 2nd in career goals (199) … 3rd in career points (258)
2022: Led the Pioneers in all three scoring categories and set school records during the campaign with 71 goals in a single season and 82 career games played. Also added a career-high 25 assists for 96 points, the fourth-most in a campaign in program history. Tallied three game-winning goals and was first on the team in shots (151) and shots on goal (120). Finished first among the Big East Conference players in goals, points and shots and was fourth in assists, earning her second-consecutive Big East Attacker of the Year Award. Nationally, finished seventh in shots, 11th in goals and 15th in points, while also ranking 19th in shots/game (7.19), 21st in goals/game (3.38) and 27th in points/game (4.57).
2021: Played and started in all 18 games, tallying 68 points (team high) on 51 goals (team high) and 17 assists, 10-for-19 on free position shots. Also had four game-winning goals and added 19 ground balls, nine caused turnovers and five draw controls.
2020: Appeared in all eight games for the Pioneers, starting six games. Ranked second on the team and fifth in the Big East in goals (22), added 11 assists, and tallied 33 total points.
2019: All-Big East Tournament Team. Saw action in all 20 games of the season and totaled 49 goals on the year (second-most on the team) with five woman-up goals (first-most on the team). Also posted five assists, 54 points, 72 shots on goal, 11 ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers.
2018: Appeared in 15 games, scoring six goals and tallying one assist.
Open to: Girls
In Grades: 6 to 12 for 2022-23 School year