3d New England, 4Leaf, Albany Power, Albany Stags, Billerica, Brothers United, Connecticut Valley, CT Sharks, Eclipse, Express North, Fighting Clams, Gorilla, Houlagans, Laxachusetts, Littlenecks, LS Wematin, New England Twisters, NH Tomahawks, Penguins, Platform Academy, RI Bulldogs, Savage, Toronto Rock, True Boston, Wellesley Raiders
D1: Canisius, Harvard, Holy Cross, Mount St. Mary’s, Sacred Heart, Siena, UMass Amherst, UMass Lowell x 2, Vermont
D2 | D3: AIC, Amherst, Anna Maria, Assumption, Babson x 3, Castleton, Clark, Colby, Curry, Dean x 2, Emmanuel, Endicott, Felician, Franklin Pierce, Gordon, Keene State, Lasell, Maine Maritime, MCLA, Medaille, Muhlenberg, Nazareth, New England College x 2, Nichols, Ohio Wesleyan, Rivier x 2, Skidmore, St Mike’s, SUNY Delhi, Swarthmore, Tufts, UMass Boston x 3, University of St Joseph’s CT, WNEU
PrimeTime Lacrosse started organizing tournaments in June 2010 with the PrimeTime Warrior Shootout, a youth select lacrosse club tournament at Babson College in Wellesley, MA. Beginning with 36 teams including Penguins Select Lacrosse, New Hampshire Tomahawks, Next Level Lacrosse (now the Rhode Island Bulldogs,) Top Gun Littlenecks, and EMass Minutemen (now Laxachusetts.)
This event has grown into one of New England’s premier lacrosse tournaments, featuring over 150 teams at Babson College and Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA and at what is now known as the PrimeTime Shootout Lacrosse tournament.
Since then, thousands of teams have competed in the PrimeTime Shootout as it has become the go-to kick off event for some of North America’s top select lacrosse clubs as well as town programs looking for great event to celebrate the end of their Spring season. One of the premier lacrosse tournaments in New England, the event features dozens of NCAA Division I, II, and III coaches recruiting in our high school divisions. Divisions are set up to accommodate select lacrosse clubs as well as competitive town and high school lacrosse teams.
This and all PrimeTime events are open to all players per NCAA rules and limited just by total number of participants