The goal of South Jersey Select Lacrosse is to offer student athletes throughout Southern New Jersey the opportunity to improve their skills, awareness, and athleticism. This will be accomplished thru clinics, camps, and summer showcase tournaments.

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by posted 07/28/2020


To be the best you have to learn from the best! We love sharing our passion of lacrosse with our players and seeing the physical and mental improvements that our players make year after year!


Quick links to register:

2029, 2028*, 2027, 2026, 2025




2024, 2023, 2022




*2028s who were rostered for the 2020 summer season should still register and attend tryouts (no payment required)

**Returning players' tryout fee has been discounted

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Message from KC about recruiting
by posted 04/27/2020

SJS 2021s and 2022 players and parents, 

SJS wants to continually provide you with updates during these uncertain times.   The purpose of this email is to give you some insight into how college coaches are handling their recruiting during this “dead period” and what you can do to stay engaged with them prior to the lacrosse season opening back up.  

Here are some thoughts after listening to a sampling of D1, D2 and D3 coaches and administrators during yesterday’s video conference.  As well, the  coaches I have spoken to over the last 6 weeks have provided some great advice.

Recruiting is very important but secondary to most coaches as they are still trying to adjust to this new normal.  They are still tending to their team’s health and well-being.  This is all new to them too.  They may also have families that they are preoccupied with and they are attempting to navigate direction from their college administration. 

All players in the 2021 and 2022 classes should actively reach out to the schools they are interested in and their respective women’s lacrosse coaching staffs.  These coaches have more time now to watch plenty of film and to evaluate your ability.  Send them videos of your play and if you do not have any, remember that all IWLCA sanctioned tournament (Champions and Presidents) games are filmed.  Remember to list your number, name of team, position and time stamp the plays you may want them to see during games you specify. Include the Club coach and Director as well as your High School coach contact information.

Coaches want to learn about your off field personality.  You may want to provide them with some creative video content of you physically working out or playing lacrosse, doing stick tricks, etc.  Additionally, videos of you interacting with family  during these times can be another creative way to express yourself.

Watch what you post on your social media!  This can be a negative for coaches to hear foul language or see inappropriate behavior.

Watch film of college lax games and other sporting events to improve your lax IQ, decision making, spacial awareness, etc.  Copying is the best form of flattery.  See how the best players perform.  Watch what makes them successful but know that repetition and hard work is the key.

September 1stis still the date for 2022s to be contacted.  D2s can contact June 15thand D3s can contact anytime as they do not have the same rules.   The only exceptions are the NESCAC Conference in New England and West Point and the Naval Academy may contact on July 1st.

Take virtual tours of colleges that you think you have interest in.  

Decisions are being made later for everyone, coaches included.  2021s still have plenty of opportunities if you are willing to explore schools outside your initial list.  There is less pressure to make an offer to a Prospective Student Athlete and less pressure and more time to commit.  The timeline has widened for the better.

While it is true that current rostered players have been granted an additional year of eligibility, it is doubtful that any of the players will take advantage of this as most have employment or grad school and their current college or university cannot guarantee their scholarship.

Each school and conference is handling this time differently and it is based upon return to play protocol versus the budget and endowment of each school. Parents and players should ask a lot of questions. 

No one has a handle on this situation and if they tell you they do, they are not being completely honest. Things are changing day by day.  We will help you navigate this new recruiting cycle but rest assured, if you have the talent and want to play in college, you will.

Stay healthy, 

Mr. Knobloch

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SJS Nationally Ranked -- 6th
by posted 10/26/2018

2018 National Club Rankings

South Jesey Select is 6th!


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SJS Communication Policy
by posted 12/10/2014

The SJS communication policy is as follows:

All regular communication from us will be via our website, It is your responsibility to check the website consistently prior to the season and on a daily basis as the season begins. All team announcements will be posted as soon as they become available including practice times and locations.

It is the policy of SJS to communicate with all of our families via the website to ensure the quickest, most reliable relaying of information to you.

Any weather related cancellations will be posted here at least 2 hours in advance, whenever possible. Communications Troubleshooting
This document will help you take the necessary steps to receive timely emails from your website.
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