CLUB PROFILE: New Hampshire Tomahawks

Club Name: New Hampshire Tomahawks

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Club Director(s): Chris Cameron

2014 Schedule (Key Events Participating):

Jersey Shootout-NJ; Mid-Summer Classic-MA (7/12-13); Warrior LI Classic-NY (7/19-20); Crabfeast-MD’17P (7/28-29) Terps Young Guns Shootout-NJ ’17P (7/18-20); Philly Summer Invitational-PA’18P (7/12-13)

History of Club:

New Hampshire Tomahawks started in 2005 with boys elite teams as a “Showcase & Development for College Lacrosse”. In 2013, New Hampshire Tomahawks added a girls elite program. In addition to fall, spring and summer elite teams, NH Tomahawks offers programs throughout the year including skills clinics and fall/winter indoor league.

Team Make-Up [Where do the players come from]:

Players come from over 85 different towns, the majority from New Hampshire with some from

border towns of Massachusetts and Maine.

Noted Accomplishments [Top Honors or Tournament Finishes, 2013]:

NH Tomahawks 2015 Purple:

• 4-0 record and # 1 seed at Stowe Lax Festival in Boys 2015 AA Division. Lost to Evolve in the finals in OT 6-5.

NH Tomahawks 2016 Purple:

• Overall record 21-6 • 5-0 record, Mid-Summer Classic at UMass, Amherst, MA

• NSCLA Champions Cup, Lancaster, PA: lost in semis in OT to Baltimore Crabs, 2016

Bracket

• 2nd Place, Philly Invitational, 2016 Bracket

• 4-0 record #1 seed heading into playoffs, Stowe Lax Festival. Lost in semis. 2016 AA

NH Tomahawks 2017 Purple: • 2nd Place, Gorilla Classic, UMass, Amherst, MA

• Undefeated Crimson Classic, Harvard University, Boston, MA

NH Tomahawks 2018 Purple:

• Champions: Warrior Shootout, 2018 Bracket

• Champions: Gorilla Classic, UMass, Amherst, MA

• 2nd Place, Crimson Classic, Harvard University, Boston, MA

• 2nd Place, Stowe Lax Festival, 2018 Airstream Division

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Quote:

The NSCLA tournament is the first exposure New Hampshire Tomahawks players get in the year. In the spring, College coaches don’t come to see many high school games in New Hampshire. This makes the NSCLA event very important for New Hampshire players. More and more New Hampshire players are making college rosters and having success. With this success, the demand for NH Tomahawks players is at an all-time high.

Top 2 2015 Players:

Name:   Max McCabe

Position: Defense

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Max McCabe is a big, physical and athletic defenseman with great hands and a high skill level.

Future College: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

 

Name: Matt Rimol

Position: Defense

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Matt Rimol is a physical, shut-down defender who is very good in transition.

Future College: Lehigh University

Top 2 2016 Players:

Name: Nick Prunier

Position: Attack

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Nick Prunier is a smooth, two-handed attackman with great vision and finishing skills.

Future College: Holy Cross

Name: Dakota Clark

Position: Midfield

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Dakota Clark is an explosive dodger and great shooter on the run. His speed in the open field is unmatched.

Future College: Air Force Academy

Top 2 2017 Players:

Name: Foster Burnley

Position: Defense

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Foster Burnley is a physical, skilled LSM. He creates havoc in the middle of the field and is a ground ball machine.

Future College: Uncommitted

Name: Sam Witt

Position: Midfield

Description (What kind of player are they? Strengths and style):

Sam Witt is a fast, two-way midfielder. He creates transition offense all game long.

Future College: Uncommitted