WPLL announces WPLL+, its digital training platform
NEW JERSEY — The Women’s Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) today announces WPLL+, a virtual online training platform specifically created for and focused on young girls and women lacrosse players. In the wake of the thousands of lost seasons among high school and youth lacrosse players across the country, the WPLL has created robust offerings to continue its mission of growing the game and showcasing our professional athletes. The league unveiled its first line up of athletes today on the www.wpllfutures.com/wpll-plus site with many more sessions and formats to come:
Sammy Jo Tracy, Pride, Attack // Draw Academy // May 9
Alice Mercer, Fight, Defense // Defensive Tact // May 9
Mollie Stevens, Pride, Midfield // Shooting Sequences // May 9
Caylee Waters, Fight, Goal // Goalie Academy // May 10
Molly Wolf, WPLL Pride, Goal // Goalie Academy // May 12
Amber Mackenzie, Command, Defense // Master your Defense // May 12
“We are super excited about being able to connect with fans and young athletes – especially during these difficult times. We know that sharing an hour with a mentor can mean the world to these young athletes who have been stripped of their spring opportunities.” said CEO, Michele DeJuliis. “We’ve been consulting with youth and club colleagues in the industry and there’s a lot of excitement around what we have planned. Our athletes love giving back to the next generation of talent and WPLL+ was designed as a means for our athletes to engage with our fans”.
The WPLL will now begin taking registrations for group programming with one-on-one and coach-to-coach programming to come.