Our consulting services cover a wide range of areas including:
- How to initiate contact with college coaches
- How coaches recruit and offer feedback
- How to build a “lax resume”
- Long term goals
- Player profiles & head shots
- Do I need to purchase film highlight packages?
- What division is the best fit: D1, D2, or D3?
- How to find merit scholarships and financial aid
- Showcasing what makes you special
- How to establish your level of play get an evaluation
- Matching a student athlete’s academic and athletic performance
- Making an action plan for attending prospect days, campus visits, and clinics or camps to attend
- Personality fit for schools and lacrosse programs
- Where to begin and how to avoid wasting time and money
- Necessary timelines for each Student Athlete
- The importance of grades and test scores for recruiting
It is super important for players who wish to play lacrosse in college to play club lacrosse. Some clubs may provide player development, media awareness and exposure when participating in regional and national recruiting events. A club lacrosse coach’s role in the recruiting process varies from club to club and player to player. Please share our action plan with your coaches as your coach may have more specific feedback for you.
Hi, I'm Pat Egan.
Families and players can feel secure knowing that Pat Egan is a parent that went through college search alongside his own daughters and really understands the lacrosse recruiting process.
As a parent of twins with varied interests and skill sets, my family visited dozens of colleges; took the tours, spoke to admissions counselors, dove deep into merit and financial aid, met coaches and thoughtfully considered team culture and coaching styles.
When all was said and done, I figured out that there was a simple-to-implement, comprehensive plan that could be customized for any player and family to follow.
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Pat Egan has given my daughter and our family incredible guidance from the beginning where we knew nothing about the recruiting ‘process’ all the way through to navigating and vetting programs/schools/coaches and financial playbook that would be best fits for our daughters and family’s success at the college level. – Peter from Norwalk, Connecticut
If your child wants to play lacrosse in college, it will require an investment of time, money and commitment. There is no way we could have navigated these uncharted waters without the guidance and support of Pat Egan. My daughter is at a great school and part of a wonderful team with a wonderful coach. I am so grateful to Pat for helping her through the recruitment process. Any aspiring lacrosse player fortunate enough to have Pat Egan mentor them through this recruitment process, will be on the lacrosse field in college. – Parent of Haverford College Lacrosse Player (Read complete testimonial from this proud parent)