Showcase Events

The Diamond Lacrosse Showcase is one of the top educational and showcase events in the country, featuring 100+ players from U.S. and Canada and 30+ coaches from top DI-III colleges in attendance.

The 2023 Diamond Showcase Events:

Summer 2023: Friday, July 14
Fall 2023: Saturday, November 18

Top players from the Showcase will be invited to participate in the following seasons’ Diamond National Team. The Diamond Lacrosse Showcase is open to any and all entrants. Spaces are limited and will be filled on a first come basis.

Upcoming Showcases

The Diamond Summer Lacrosse Showcase is an educational and showcase event for Male High School Lacrosse players in the Classes of 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027. The Diamond Lacrosse Showcase is open to any and all entrants.

2023 Fall Diamond Showcase

From The Crowd


Very well organized - no session to long or too short - excellent facility fields! Also given week in July for Maryland lacrosse - optimal number of teams and players - better to have a few more subs then too thin. Showcase doesn’t have to burn everyone out before the invitational. Very well balanced!

2023 Team Hopkins (Diamond Showcase and National Team, '23 Goalie)

The Diamond Showcase is a great opportunity for all prospective student-athletes to be coached and compete under the direction of some of the best coaches in the country.

Division I Assistant Coach

Being part of the Diamond National team and Diamond Showcase has exposed me to an atmosphere of competitive lacrosse that I had not been exposed to until I played with Diamond National. The exposure and coaching I received from college coaches helped me to be the lacrosse player I am today.

Jack from Alabama (Diamond Showcase and Diamond National Team, '20 Midfield)

Great event, very well run, amazing facilities, first class event. Ton of college coaches from across the country to gain great exposure.

Division III Head Coach

The showcase this summer was an incredible experience for me as a player as well as my parents. Being coached by top college coaches was awesome as I received really good feedback. My mom learned a lot about the recruiting process and it's good to all be on the same page. The coach's workshops were great.

Colby from New York (Diamond Showcase, '23 Faceoff)

I thought it was done well, already have picked up recruits from it.

Division II Head Coach

As a rising sophomore I have already been contacted by colleges to attend Prospect Camps through exposure I gained at the tournaments with Diamond. I had the opportunity to learn and improve my game from college coaches as well as from teammates who come from all over the US to play.

Trey from Pennsylvania (Diamond Showcase and Diamond National Team, '22 Defense)