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College Coach Session w/ Hanover Head Coach
by Cincy Royals posted 11/19/2014

Raise  Your Game to the Next Level this Fall

Royals College Coach Sessions

Featuring NCAA Coaches
From the Following Colleges


Session One:

1v1 & 2v2 Clinic with Hanover College Head Coach Skip Lichtfuss – Sunday, November 30th

Come learn some valuable skills from Skip Lichtfuss, a man who knows a thing or two about lacrosse.  Coach Lichtfuss was an All-American player at Washington & Lee University, a US Lacrosse Hall of Fame Member and the current Head Coach at Hanover College.  Learn the 1v1 & 2v2 skills that are crucial to the game from a man who has been involved with the sport most of his life.

Master the intricate details of dodging and creating space on offense, and effective approaches, angles, and footwork as a defender.  This is a clinic that everyone can benefit from. 



Sunday  11/30

Grades 5 - 8 from 11:00am – 12:30pm

Grades 9 - 12 from 12:30pm – 2:00pm


Dodging - Creating Space and The Lost Discipline of Off-Ball Movement

Who: All Current  Players Grades 5-12 - Open to Public 

Cost: $65 Boys High School and Middle School (Grades 5-12). Clinic size limited to 30 players/session


Under The Weather Sports Complex

6630 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224

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Face off Clinic with MIT Coach Britt Cyr
by Cincy Royals posted 11/19/2014


Black Friday Face-Off Clinic: Learning the secrets to “Winning at the X”

Featuring former MIT Midfielder/Face Off Specialist and current MIT Face off Coach Britt Cyr

About the Clinic: Come join the Cincy Royals and MIT Face off Coach Britt Cyr (former All American from Seven Hills)for a clinic in how to win the battle at the Face-Off  X. Coach Cyr is known for his mental toughness and ability to developing both young men of character and great lacrosse players. Come learn Coach Cyr's proven techniques and become a “Face-Off Engineerr”. Coach Cyrwill lead players through the fundamentals of the "Art of Facing-Off" while also teaching them the secrets that have revolutionized the position so you can learn what it takes to be the next great Face Off Man. Whether you are a beginner or advanced in the art of Facing-Off, you will walk away having learned what it takes to compete at the highest level possible.


Friday  11/28

11:00am - 12:00pm

Face off Clinic

Who: All Current HS & MS Players - Open to Public 

Cost: $25 Boys High School and Middle School (Grades 7-12). Clinic size limited to 24 players


Seven Hills School

5400 Red Bank Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224

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Cincy Royals Alumni- Cole Ciambro sparks Lacrosse Growth
by posted 07/28/2014

Royals Alumni and Milford Grad Cole Ciambro
sparks lacrosse growth at Talawanda

Mark D. Motz 9:14 a.m. EDT July 16, 2014

cole_ciambro.jpg(Photo: Thanks to Talawanda Lacrosse)

MILFORD – A school newsletter sparked the fire.

Cole Ciambro, a 2012 Milford High School graduate, first learned about lacrosse in the fall of his fifth-grade year from a flyer in the school newsletter announcing the arrival of the sport at Milford the following spring

Not long afterward, his mom came home with some old wooden lacrosse sticks from a garage sale, which Ciambro and his step brother began using to toss the ball around in the yard.

“I was hooked right away,” Ciambro said. By the time spring rolled around and he got on his first team, “I just loved every aspect of it - cradling, shooting, hitting.

“I used to be a pretty aggressive player because I had played football and I started on defense. But in sixth or seventh grade I decided I wanted to score, so I switched to offense and stayed there.”

He was good enough to earn a scholarship to Limestone College in South Carolina - the NCAA Division II school won the national title in 2014 - but found it wasn’t a good fit and transferred to Miami University in Oxford. While his playing career might have ended, his love of lacrosse had not.

So Ciambro approached Miami neighbor Talawanda High School and athletic director John Thomas about creating a club team at the school. About six weeks later - after Ciambro tracked Thomas down in the press box at the football field - he got his wish.

Returning to his Milford roots, Cimbro littered the school with flyers, set up a table at the school and waited for players to sign up.

And waited.

And waited.

By early January only six or seven players were on board. Ciambro turned to the nearby Butler County Lacrosse Club and made overtures to join forces. The two agreed in principle, but Ciambro decided he had worked too hard to cede control.

He actively called students and reached out where he could, collecting enough players to open the season as an independent team. The Braves played 12 games, finally winning their first May 9 against Cincinnati Country Day. By the end of the season, 24 players manned the roster.

“At our first practice, none of them had ever even held a stick,” Ciambro said. “Now we have five or six guys playing club lacrosse this summer on some good select teams. It’s amazing coming from where we were. It’s caught on big time.”

Ciambro - entering his junior year at Miami with a full academic schedule as a mass communications major with a double minor - enjoys the challenge of building not just a team, but a program.

“A good busy is good,” he said. “If you’re being productive, there’s no reason you can’t make time for it. Yes, I’m a student and it’s a lot of time, but I love it. When I was at Milford, lacrosse was everything to me. This has kind of ignited my passion again in that same way.”

Ciambro plans to add girls varsity and JV teams, a boys JV, boys and girls middle school teams and a fourth- and fifth-grade introductory squad this school year. Article can be accessed here



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Best Wishes to Our 2014 Commits & Royals Alumni in the Spotlight
by posted 07/09/2014

Congratulations to the Class of 2014, we wish you all the best in the next step of your education and athletic careers.  We will be watching you all over the country; we are proud to call you Alumni!

Cincy Royals Class of 2014- NCAA Committed Players

Ben McCormack- High Point  '18 Tanner Griffin- Hofstra University '18
David Sturgis- Robert Morris  '18 Ben Randall- Stony Brook '18
Matt Young- Florida Tech '18 Connor Jones- John Carroll '18
Ian Sagester- Ohio Wesleyan '18 Sam Long- Centre '18
Noah Maxwell- Otterbein '18 Mitch DeShurko- DePauw '18
Paul Newbold- Army '18 Evan Henry Singelton- Defiance '18


Royals Alumni in the Spotlight:

University of Michigan
David McCormack  # 5


Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170

Terrace Park, Ohio


High School:


At Michigan ... 2013 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

Junior (2014) ... Season Highlights: No. 4 on squad in scoring with 13 goals and in points (23) ...Tallied one goal, three assists, and one ground ball pickup against Robert Morris (April 26) Scored a career-high three goals on nine shots, six of which were on goal, while also adding three ground ball pickups against Air Force (March 29) ... 


Cincy Royals Alumni Interview with David “D-Mac” McCormick:

CRL: What surprised you most about playing at the collegiate level?

D-MAC: The biggest surprise for me in adjusting to the collegiate level was certainly the time commitment. In high school, we practiced for a max of about 2 hours per day for 5 or 6 days of the week. The NCAA allows for 20 hours per week and a max of 4 hours per day. We certainly get almost every minute out of that time limit. This 20 hours is mostly spent at practice and in the weight room, but also encompasses various other activities that the coaches facilitate. Make no mistake; your commitment per week is many more than 20 hours. We are constantly watching extra film, putting in extra-work, studying game plans, traveling to and from practice, etc. All of these activities are not considered countable hours by the NCAA, but they are necessary to succeed at this level. Meanwhile, we are also trying to balance a full academic schedule and social life. It is certainly exhausting, but you learn to manage your time efficiently very quickly.

CRL: How did you go about developing the confidence that you could compete against the top players in the country?

D-MAC: Developing confidence to compete against the top players in the country is something that you develop day-in and day-out in practice. Practicing for a full fall semester and the month of January gives us ample time to become the best possible players we can both in terms of skill and conditioning. By the time the season rolls around, I felt fully prepared to go against anybody because of the countless hours that I had invested inside and outside of practice. Obviously, once the whistle is blown and the ball is rolled out there, things change. For me it was important to have a short-term memory in all aspects and return to each possession with a clear head and full confidence in myself and teammates.


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