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TEAM AIST Lacrosse

AIST Sports

TEAM AIST Lacrosse

AIST is now recruiting select teams for our 20 year anniversary!  We hope you will consider joining us on tour in 2021 for this monumental year.

Over 8000 clients have experienced an AIST tour in the past 20 years.  A huge thank you to all of our coaches and alumni who have helped to make AIST what it is today!  Our 2021 tour participants will enjoy the most polished and value driven itineraries and experiences.  We’ve developed our program on the feedback from previous passengers to create the best opportunities for you.   From top hotels, destinations and competition to authentic meals, excursions, cultural experiences and service, AIST has proven that we are the best in the business.

 

High School / Club Select Team Invitations

2021 – Ireland World Cup Festival
Tentative Travel Dates: June 20 –  29, 2021

Stops in Shannon, Limerick, Cliffs of Moher, Galway and Dublin, Ireland

2021 – Italy Cup
Tentative Travel Dates: July 15 – 26, 2021

Stops in Rome, Florence, Montecatini Terme, Lucca, Venice, Como and Milan

2021 – UK Laxfest
Tentative Travel Dates: August 2 – 11, 2021

Stops in Edinburg, Scotland – Chester/Liverpool and London, England

College Select Team Invitations

2021 – Prague Cup 
Tentative Travel Dates: June 22 – July 1, 2021

Stops in Prague, Czech Republic – Vienna, Austria – Budapest, Hungary

2021 – Lisbon Cup
Tentative Travel Dates: June 21 – 29, 2021

Stops in Lisbon and Algarve, Portugal – Seville, Spain

2021 – Paris/Amsterdam – Tilburg Cup
Tentative Travel Dates: July 19 – 29, 2021

Stops in Paris, France – Antwerp, Belgium – Tilburg, Holland – Amsterdam, Holland

2021 – UK Lax Tour
Travel Dates: July 26 – August 5, 2021

Stops in Dublin, Ireland – Liverpool/Chester area of England –
Edinburgh and St. Andrews, Scotland

AIST Lacrosse

Since 2002, AIST has been traveling the world with select players from across the country to competing in a variety of sports. The selection process is based on recommendations from coaches as well as statistical leaders from around the nation at all levels of college play. For our high school selected players can be from an AIST Tryout, college coaches recommendations, college showcase events or from our research of online player profiles.

As a player you will gain cultural experience, personal growth, as well as improving your skills and creating many new friendships along the way. We hope you join us for this once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Attention Coaches!

AIST is always in search of qualified coaches to lead our select teams. Coaches will be able to enjoy working with players from all different backgrounds.

Tour Responsibilities for our Coaches:

  • Game Management – Put together rosters for each game
  • Instruction – Provide instruction to help players improve
  • Run Practices – If needed, we will have 1-2 practices on tour which you will be able to work with your team
  • Chaperone – AIST staff will handle all of the details, however we may require a little assistance in looking out for our players on tour
  • Enjoy your tour – AIST staff will be providing you with all the support of the tour. You will have the freedom to explore and visit the destinations at your own speed.
  • Recruit – We do hope that our selected coaches will be able to help promote the team and find players to join the roster. AIST does most of the recruiting, but it certainly helps when we have coaches who can pull 4-5 players from their own team or conference.
  • Travel Free – AIST covers the tour package for our head coaches.  In some cases we are also able to provide you with spending cash for the tour to make it more enjoyable for you.

Benefits of Traveling with AIST Select Teams

 

Our program is designed to give athletes the opportunity to improve as a player and as a person. Here are a few reasons to travel with AIST:

  • Cultural Experience of a Lifetime
  • Personal Growth
  • Educational sightseeing excursions and experiences
  • Emersion into an unfamiliar atmosphere
  • Opportunities to improve your skills
  • A better understanding of the world around you
  • Meeting new friends, teammates and opponents from around the world
  • For College athletes – opportunity to gain some exposure and possibly play abroad – Please note AIST does not promote players or have any guarantees that scouts will be at games
  • For High School Athletes – a chance to gain experience playing with like talent as preparation for the college level

  • 2019 UK College – 1st Place
  • 2019 Women’s UK Laxfest – 1st Place
  • 2019 Women’s Prague Cup Stripes – 3rd place
  • 2019 Women’s Prague Cup Team Stars – 10th
  • 2019 Amsterdam Lowlands – 1st Place
  • 2019 Lisbon Cup U19 – 3rd Place
  • 2018 UK Women’s Laxfest – 1st Place
  • 2018 Women’s Tilburg Cup – 1st Place
  • 2018 Men’s Tilburg Cup – 3rd Place
  • 2018 UK College
  • 2018 Amsterdam Lowlands – 2nd Place
  • 2017 Amsterdam Lowlands – 1st Place
  • 2017 Prague Cup – 4th Place
  • 2017 UK Women’s Laxfest – 1st Place
  • 2017 UK College – 2nd Place
  • 2016 UK Women’s Laxfest
  • 2016 Prague Cup
  • 2015 UK Women’s Laxfest – 1st Place
  • 2015 UK Men’s Laxfest – 2nd Place
  • 2015 – Prague Cup – 2nd Place
  • 2015 – UK College Lax – 2nd + 3rd Place
  • 2014 – Prague Cup – 2nd Place
  • 2014 – Amsterdam Tour – Women’s – 1st Place
  • 2014 – Amsterdam Tour – Men’s – 1st Place
  • 2014 – UK College Lax Tour – 4th Place
  • 2014 – UK Laxfest Team Stars – 2nd Place
  • 2014 – UK Laxfest Team Stripes – 4th Place
  • 2014 – UK Laxfest Men’s Team – Exhibition Tour
  • 2013 – Amsterdam Lowlands – 1st Place
  • 2013 – UK Collegiate Lax Tour – 3rd Place
  • 2013 – UK Laxfest U19 Tour – 2nd Place
  • 2012 – Prague Cup Women’s Elite – 1st Place – Back to Back Championships
  • 2012 – Prague Cup Men’s Elite – 2nd Place
  • 2011 – Ireland and England U19 Laxfest tour – 1st Place with a perfect 6-0 record
  • 2011 – Ireland and England Collegiate Lax tour – Record of 3-2 vs. UK Teams
  • 2011 – Prague Cup Elite Division Champions! – 1st Place with a perfect 6-0 record
  • 2010 – Ireland and England U19 Laxfest tour – 3rd Place Manchester
  • 2010 – Prague Cup Elite Division – 3rd Place with a 6-1 record
  • 2009 – London LAX Tournament – 2nd Place
  • 2008 – Ireland and England – Men’s 6-1 on tour only losing to the National team of England.
  • 2007 – Prague Cup – First place in Men’s Elite Division Champions
  • 2007 – Prague Cup – 2nd & 3rd Place Women’s
  • 2020 – Amy Rizzo – Georgian Court University – Lisbon Cup Open
  • 2020 – Prague Cup Lax – TBA
  • 2020 – Amsterdam – Tilburg Cup – TBA
  • 2020 – Melody Turner – Community School of Naples – Ireland World Cup Festival – U19 Girls Stars
  • 2020 – Jon Reynolds – Marymount University – Prague Cup Men’s
  • 2020 – Open – Ireland World Cup Festival – U15 Girls
  • 2020 – Open – Ireland World Cup Festival – U16 Boys
  • 2020 – Brian Holohan – Holo Lax Club in PA – Ireland World Cup Festival – U19 Boys
  • 2020 – Jen Muston – York College – Amsterdam – Tilburg Cup Tour
  • 2019 – Melody Turner – Community School of Naples – UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2019 – Renee Olsen – Colby College – UK College Tour
  • 2019 – Michaela Duranti – Goucher College – Paris/London Tour
  • 2019 – Kailah Kempney – Frisco Fury – Lisbon Cup Girl’s U19
  • 2019 – Brian Holohan – Holo Lax – Lisbon Cup Boy’s U19
  • 2019 – Jen Nardi – Manhattanville – Amsterdam Lowlands
  • 2019 – Jen Muston – York College – Prague Cup Stripes
  • 2019 – Laura Maness – Kennesaw State University – Prague Cup Stars
  • 2018 – Kailah Kempney – Rock Canyon High School – UK Laxfest
  • 2018 – Meghan Dennehy – UVA Wise – Tilburg Cup
  • 2018 – Lauren Bennett – Keiser University – UK College Tour
  • 2018 – Nicole Miller – Shippensburg University – Amsterdam Lowlands
  • 2017 – Xeni Barakos – East Stroudsburg University – Amsterdam Lowlands
  • 2017 – Kristina Llanes – Mars Hill University – UK College Tour
  • 2017 – Caitlyn Corace – Lincoln Memorial University – Prague Cup (head coach)
  • 2017 – CJ Haase – Newberry College – Prague Cup (assistant coach)
  • 2017 – Racquel Prager – Dorman High School – UK Laxfest Tour (U19)
  • 2016 – Karli Brentlinger – Howard University – Amsterdam Lowlands
  • 2016 – Karen Shaddock – Lycoming College – Prague Cup
  • 2016 – Julika Blankenship – Queens University of Charlotte – UK Lax Tour
  • 2016 – Jamie Brentlinger – Howard University Volunteer Asst. – UK Laxfest Tour (U19)
  • 2016 – Steve Jewett – Guilford High School CT – UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2015 – Sarah Lautenbach – Fresno State University – Prague Cup
  • 2015 – Ashley Dyer – University of Southern Maine – UK Lax Tour
  • 2015 – Amy Rizzo – Caldwell University – UK Lax Tour
  • 2015 – Lauren Reid – Bates College – UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2015 – Position Open – UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2014 – Jamie Reynolds – Marymount University – Amsterdam Lowlands Tournament
  • 2014 – Jon Reynolds – Marymount University – Amsterdam Lowlands Men’s Tournament
  • 2014 – Karen Shaddock – Medialle College – UK Lax Tour
  • 2014 – Alicia Groverston – Grand Valley State University – UK Lax Tour
  • 2014 – Francesca Devine – SUNY Purchase – UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2014 – Meghan Harkey – Liberty University UK Laxfest Tour
  • 2013 – Karen Shaddock – Medialle College – Amsterdam Lowlands Tournament
  • 2013 – Heather Jack – XTeam Lacrosse – UK Laxfest U19 Tour
  • 2013 – Luaren Uhr – University of St. Mary’s California – UK Lax Tour
  • 2011 – Julie Redman – Presbyterian College – Ireland and England Select Team Coach
  • 2011 – Julie Redman – Presbyterian College – Ireland and England Select Team Coach
  • 2011 – Michelle Mason – Iona College – Prague Cup AIST Select team Coach
  • 2010 – Amanda Hughes – Former Duke Player, Assistant at Long Island University
  • 2009 – Abigail Jackson – Roger Williams University
  • 2008 – Kara Reber – St. Mary’s College of Maryland
  • 2008 – Lyndsey Boswell – High Point Univeristy
  • 2008 – Meghan Dennehy – Queens University of Charlotte
  • 2008 – Fran Amasia – Virginia Wesleyan College
  • 2007 – Jamie Reynolds – Marymount University
  • 2007 – Jack Cribbin – Lindenwood University
  • 2007 – Lauren Urh – Saint Mary’s College of CA
  • 2007 – Jamie Reynolds – Marymount University
  • 2006 – Liz Ford – College of Wooster
  • 2006 – Patricia Sutton – University of Albany
  • 2006 – Lauren Uhr – St. Mary’s College of California