DENVER – The Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, have announced the complete schedule for their 2013 Clinic Series presented by The Little Clinic. Committed to reaching out to youth lacrosse communities in Colorado, the Denver Outlaws will be hosting a total of seven (7) clinics throughout the year. The clinic series kicks off on Sunday, March 3rd in Fort Collins at the Qdoba Events Center.
The goal of each clinic will be to bring the excitement of the professional game to youth players for a fun afternoon of lacrosse. Participants at the Outlaws Clinic Series will be instructed on how to sharpen their lacrosse skills at every level and will be provided with the unique opportunity to learn from the game’s best professional players. The clinics will be run by current Outlaws defenseman Matt Bocklet with special guests at each clinic. All clinics are open to boys from first to eighth grade.
The clinics in Highlands Ranch and Denver will also be open to girls from first to eighth grade. The girls’ clinics will be taught by collegiate women’s lacrosse alumni. Players of all positions and skill levels are welcome. Registration for the clinic is only $20, and includes one free ticket to a 2013 Outlaws home game.
“The Denver Outlaws strive to deliver a superior lacrosse experience for players and families looking for more than what are typically available in the area,” Director of Sales and Marketing Ted Tseng said. “We believe that our clinics, taught by the best lacrosse players in the world, provide a unique opportunity that is unlike anything most youngsters have ever experienced. Our mission is plain and simple: help grow our sport by developing individual players to their fullest.”
Online registration is available
here or by calling the Denver Outlaws offices at 303-OUTLAWS. For more information, email the Outlaws at
2013 DENVER OUTLAWS CLINIC SERIES PRESENTED BY THE LITTLE CLINIC
DATE DAY TIME LOCATION _______________
March 3 Sunday 12:30-2:00 pm Fort Collins—Qdoba Events Center
March 24 Sunday 12:30-2:00 pm Colorado Springs/Monument—Colorado Sports Center
April 7* Sunday 12:30-2:00 pm Highlands Ranch—Plum Valley Park
May 19 Sunday 12:30-2:00 pm Denver—Sports Authority Field at Mile High
June 16* Sunday 3:30-5:00 pm Denver—TBA
July 21 Sunday 1:00-2:30 pm Broomfield—Commons Park
October TBD Saturday TBD University of Denver
*Also open to girls from first to eighth grade.
About the Denver Outlaws
Part of Major League Lacrosse’s 2006 western expansion, the Outlaws have made the playoffs in each of their seven seasons. The organization is managed by Edge Sports & Entertainment – a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Denver Broncos Football Club. For more information, contact the Outlaws at
303-OUTLAWS (688-5297) or visit
About The Little Clinic
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., The Little Clinic is a pioneer in customer-focused healthcare with a mission to provide convenient, affordable healthcare and wellness education. A wholly-owned subsidiary of The Kroger Co, The Little Clinic healthcare clinics are currently located inside select Kroger stores in Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio; King Soopers in Colorado and Fry’s Food Stores in Arizona. The Little Clinic earned The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval™ in 2009 and obtained reaccreditation in 2012. Visit The Little Clinic online at
About Major League Lacrosse
Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premiere professional outdoor lacrosse league, commenced play in June of 2001. The MLL is comprised of eight teams located in Boston, Charlotte, Chesapeake, Columbus, Denver, Hamilton, New York and Rochester. Major League Lacrosse was founded by Jake Steinfeld and is headquartered in Boston. For more information, please visit the official league website at
About Edge Sports & Entertainment
Created in 2005, Edge Sports & Entertainment is a full-service event sports and entertainment company focused on the development of live events, event production, and broadcast. Edge Sports & Entertainment is owned by Pat Bowlen.