Canadian Indoor Lacrosse Clinic
Why did Canada win the World Games?
Why do College Recruiters seek Canadians with Indoor Lacrosse Experience?
Start to learn the skill sets that separate some the top players in the world from the rest.
Learn more about the statewide Florida Indoor Lacrosse League for high school and youth?
Florida National Lacrosse presents the Canadian Indoor Lacrosse Clinic
Lead Instructor: Brian Lemon (bio below)
| 9:00am - 10:30am
||Grades 4, 5, 6
|10:30am - 12:00pm
||Grades 7, 8
|12:00pm - 1:30pm
||Grades 9, 10
| 1:30pm - 3:00pm
||Grades 11, 12
LEAD INSTRUCTOR: Brian Lemon
Brian Lemon has been immersed in indoor ‘box’ lacrosse his entire life. He grew up playing Canada’s National Sport of Box Lacrosse in one of the best 'hotbeds' in box lacrosse in Canada in the city of Owen Sound, Ontario. As a youth player, he was a member of many provincial championships leading his teams with most goals many seasons. He continued his craft playing Junior ‘A’ Lacrosse in St. Catharines, Ontario again leading his team in goals scored and winning the coveted Rookie of the Year Award and 2 time All Star status during his tenure in the best Junior league (21 years old and under) in the country.
After winning multiple provincial Championships and two National Championships for his hometown winning the Presidents Cup, emblematic of Canadian Senior Lacrosse (21 years old and over) he won a World Championship with the Detroit Turbos in 1991 defeating the Baltimore Thunder in the Major Indoor Lacrosse League now known as the National Lacrosse League. His 5 goals in the World Champions’ Cup Final led the Turbos to victory, while playing alongside legendary players’ Gary and Paul Gait. Brian spent 8 years playing professional lacrosse with the Baltimore Thunder, Detroit Turbos and finishing his career with the Rochester Knighthawks in 1995.
His vast years of playing at high skill levels exposed him to the best box lacrosse coaches in the world, accumulating a wealth of knowledge and applying many of these strategies and tactics to his players now. Currently, he is the Head Coach of the Jesuit High School Varsity Lacrosse team and U15 Head Coach and a Director of the West Florida Travel Lacrosse Program.
Brian spent 12 years teaching and coaching high school athletes prior to moving to the United States. He obtained a Masters Degree in Athletic Administration, from McDaniel College in Westminster, MD and an Honors Bachelor Degree in Physical Education and Health from Brock University in St. Catharines, ON. His educational and professional background serves him very well in teaching youth lacrosse players to be the best they can be.
Brian works for the same professional League that he played in, the National Lacrosse League as Vice President of Lacrosse Operations, and has been in this position for 11 years.