2016 Silicon Valley Shootout Champions
Saturday and Sunday November 12th and 13th 2016
Join us this November for the Best Lacrosse Tournament of the Fall in Northern California. The Inaugural Silicon Valley Shootout should bring over 45 boys and girls teams for a great weekend of lacrosse, learning, and fun! The newly renovated Twin Creeks Sports Complex in the heart of Silicon Valley - across the highway from the new Levi's Stadium (49ers stadium) will play host to their first lacrosse tournament. Ten turf, lacrosse lined and lighted fields right on the bay will make for a great setting - especially when combined with the 14,000 square foot Clubhouse, including the Pitcher's Sports Bar and the Sluggers Restaurant, which contain over 40 LCD TV's and have great viewpoints onto the fields while the games are in progress.
Boys and Girls U10, U12, U14 and HS Brackets
5 game guarantee, certified officials, championship style tournament with playoffs
College Lacrosse Showcase
Several MCLA West Coast Teams will be highlighted and will be scrimmaging each other in fall games durinng the weekend - free for all registered tournament players to watch
College Recruiters in Attendance
We expect from 10-15 recruiting assistants from East and West Coast D1, D3, and MCLA schools to be in attendance. We will host a Recruiting Seminar in the Clubhouse on Sunday afternoon of the the tournament - free to all registered players and their families.
Pro Lacrosse Player Clinics
We have confirmed three very well known Major League Lacrosse Players to host clinics during the Tournament. These will be announced shortly.
Family Friendly Environment
Tons of free parking - over 2.600 spaces. Clubhouse restaurant and sports bar with over 400 seats to accommodate your family between games. Outdoor patio seating on the second level overlooking the playing fields. Family fun activities.
$1,595 per team entry fee. Early Bird and Volume Discounts available.
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Twin Creeks Sports Complex - the Best Lacrosse Tournament Complex in Northern California