WHO WE ARE
Directors & Coaching Staff
David Earl (asst. coach, Brunswick School)
David Bruce (head coach, Brunswick School)
2WAY Directors & Coaches have helped over 500+ student-athletes play college lacrosse at NCAA Division I, II or III level
Highly selective regional teams based in Greenwich, CT
AA tournament teams for grade 3 - 11
Development program for grade 1-2
300+ club program participants in fall 2018 - summer 2019 program
Seasonal camps, skills clinics and leagues offered outside of club program
Our Teams | Fall 2019 - Summer 2020
2W 2025 ** U13 World Series Team **
2W 2026 (2 teams, Black & Carolina)
2W 2027 (2 teams, Black & Carolina)
2W 2028 (2 teams, Black & Carolina)
2W 2029 (2 teams, Black & Carolina)
College Recruitment & Competition Level
2W coaches have helped over 500 student-athletes get recruited to play college lacrosse at NCAA Divisions I, II and III. Their positive relationships with college coaches will serve as an unique resource for our players and families throughout the recruiting process.
2W teams compete against the top programs across the country both at the youth and high school level.
CLICK HERE to learn more about 2W college recruitment and the competitive level of our teams.
99% Retention Rate
We strive to provide an outstanding lacrosse experience. We place a high value on welcoming new players. Equally as important, we also are extremely proud of our high rates of club team player/family satisfaction and retention (99% last year).
We are confident this is a testament to the growth our players experienced as a athlete, person and teammate.
Meaning Behind “2WAY” Lacrosse
2WAY Lacrosse means playing both offense and defense. The high school, college and professional rules increasingly favor the 2WAY player in every position (attack, midfield, defense, goalie).
Our attackman not only learn how to dodge, feed & score, they are also taught to ride, create turnovers and get ground balls.
Our midfielders are coached to be “do-it-all” midfielders. We teach them how to score, play defense, push it in transition, stop transition and get ground balls.
Our defensemen not only learn how to stop the ball, they are also taught the necessary skills to push it in transition to create offense.
Our goalies not only learn how to stop the ball, but also how to create offense and transition play through passing ability, communication and stick-work.
2WAY believes in a long-term athletic development approach to youth athletics. We think the most well rounded athletes, over time, become the best players in each individual sport.
2WAY offers flexibility to accommodate the multi-sport athlete. The long-term benefits of playing multiple spots outweigh the short-term benefits of strictly focusing on lacrosse.
2WAY is a place for our players to not only compete at the highest level of club lacrosse but also have fun, be creative and thrive.
How We Develop Our Players
Our coaches emphasize the teaching of fundamental skills, not tactics, to improve physical literacy.
We have very minimal structure and set plays. We teach skills and “motions” that translate directly to tournament play.
Players in our program are taught to react on their own based on the skills and motions learned in training sessions.
Our coaches encourage our players to practice outside of their comfort zone.
Working consistently out of your comfort zone enhances skill development and moves players towards reaching their full potential.
We have designed a program that offers flexibility to accommodate the multi-sport athlete. For those who love playing multiple-sports, we do not want them to feel pressured to choose one or the other.
Players need to understand physical literacy and fundamental movement skills before focusing entirely on lacrosse skills. This process provides players with a much broader set of athletic movements that in turn will help them in each of their individual sports
TRAINING FACILITIES (2019)
1252 King Street
State-of-the-art turf fields
Boys & Girls Club
4 Horseneck Lane
Small-sized rink with brand new turf + boards & glass