Team 36

About Team 36

About Us

Team36 is a select travel lacrosse team based in Bloomington, MN. Our mission is to develop players through individual training, team instruction and elite competition at regional and national events.

Our team offers off-season training and competitive travel tournaments around the region/nation.

Our staff features 15 coaches that played or currently play college Lacrosse. Our directors have over 30 years combined coaching experience. Players in our program get individualized recruiting advisement and specialized training throughout the year that is ALL INCLUDED in the team fees. If a player is looking to play at the highest level, what better way than to surround themselves with coaches who have all done it!

Tryouts for the upcoming 2021-2022 season will be the Sunday August 8th. If your player is considering being on Team36 next summer, this is the tryout you will need to attend to be considered for those teams. If there are extenuating circumstances preventing you from attending - please reach out to to discuss potential alternative options.


We began as a training program in 2013 when we realized that lacrosse players needed more opportunity to hone individual skills in addition to their travel and town teams. We started offering small group training to committed players throughout the year and quickly realized the demand and effectiveness of our approach. As our training program grew, the kids in training wanted an opportunity to compete together and showcase their skills, and Team36 was born. We approach lacrosse development in three areas:

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    In order to play lacrosse at a high level, players must have strong fundamental skills as a base to execute team systems at full speed. At Team36, our positional training sessions are included in the team fees for players to develop and refine skills before their spring/summer season.

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    We use on-field practices to work on situational concepts and team systems. Players will get to practice high energy drills in both small sided situations and full field situations. This allows us to teach the game effectively, develop “lax IQ” and make sure players are getting reps/experience in these situations.

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    Of course, playing the game of lacrosse with and against people is important to applying the skills/training that are being worked on during the off-season. Getting the game experience playing in real live situations helps players learn to perform under pressure and work as a team to accomplish a common goal. Having an opportunity to compete against good teams from across the region/nation while applying the skills learned in training and practice is essential to “putting it all together.”