The Ohio Machine’s First Ever Lacrosse Player Clinic

Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 3! From 4-7:30 p.m. at Field Sports of Sports Ohio in Dublin, the Ohio Machine is holding their first ever Ohio Machine Players Clinic presented by Ohio State University Sports Medicine. And boy do they have a star-studded line-up for you to enjoy that day!!

For only $30, 5th, 6th and 7th grade boys will receive exclusive instruction from Greg Bice, Stefan Schroder, Max Schmidt, Nolan Godfrey, Joel Zalesky, Eric O’Brien, Brian Yontz and Matt Cafarelli. These professional players will bring world-class perspective and dynamic instruction to help children learn from the best while having fun in a great environment.

The Ohio Machine have put together a really exciting day of lacrosse, but there’s even more! With your registration you will also receive one ticket to the team’s historic Inaugural Season home opener on May 19th and a Machine t-shirt. And that’s not all: the day will also feature important health & safety tips courtesy of OSU Sports Medicine and conclude with an awesome Q&A and autograph session with the players. They’ll even have some great prize raffles to cap off this great day of lacrosse.

The Machine hope you are as fired up about this clinic as they are. Make sure you sign-up today as there will not be any availability for walk-up registration. Online registration takes place by clicking here. You can also call their office at (614) 754-1973. Welcome to the Machine!

All participants will be required to complete a participation waiver prior to attending the clinic and players are subject to change without notice.

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About GCSC

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission (GCSC) was formed in June 2002 to provide leadership, guidance and marketing expertise in attracting regional, national and international sporting events and activities to bolster Greater Columbus economically and socially. Since its inception, GCSC has bid on and brought more than 150 new sporting events to Columbus that have generated an estimated $150 million in visitor spending. The GCSC also works to retain annual bid events that have generated an additional $100 million in visitor spending.
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