LLL Florida

/LLL Florida

Invitation only event for the best clubs in the country.

Dates: November 20, 21, 22 – 2020

Team Recruiting Showcase
Grad Years:  2022 & 2023 only
Each team will have 4 games
Showcase format:  No playoffs/Championships

Games will begin Friday November 20 at 5pm.
Last game will begin at 1:20 PM, Sunday November 22.

62 Team Maximum

Paradise Coast Sports Complex, Naples Florida

5 Brand new turf fields right next to each other at a world class facility.

Krystin Porcella – Top of the Bay Sports
Tracy Wiener – LI Elite Lacrosse Events, Yellow Jackets
Carol Rose – Long Island Yellow Jackets
Charlie Shoulberg – STEPS Lacrosse, LLC
Jessica Shoulberg – Lax for the Cure, STEPS Lacrosse
Mike Walsh – STEPS, XPO Prospect Camp, Nike G8

Registration link for invited teams only.

$300 deposit due when registering online.
$1700 balance due on August 1st, 2020

Balance Due by August 1st.
We prefer payment by check.
To pay by check, please make you check made payable to Live Love Lax and mail to
Live Love Lax
c/o STEPS Lacrosse
16 West Hanover Ave
Randolph, NJ 07869

To pay by CC use this link (fees will apply): 

Travel / Hotel:

Nearest Airport:
South West Florida International Airport (RSW) – Ft. Myers
30 minutes from facility
*Beaches are 20 minutes to Facility*
In order to have access to the world class facility, Live Love Lax Florida is a stay to play event. Please know that our hotel provider has secured excellent properties in the Naples area for all levels of budget.
They have secured discounted rates, well below normal rack rates. There are no minimum room nights required, rather all clubs that are traveling, should book blocks with Oakwood Lodging.
Oakwood Lodging Group is the official hotel provider.
Contact info:
Adam Easterbrook
cell: 470.505.9980



10% of all entry fees go directly to OneLove
100% of all team and individual donations go directly to OneLove.


It is the goal of the One Love Foundation to honor Yeardley Love by bringing an end to Relationship Violence by educating, empowering and activating campus communities in a movement for change. We know that, given the chance, Yeardley certainly would have wanted to help.