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Warhawks is the newest addition to the ever-growing Travel Lacrosse Industry. However, unlike other programs, Warhawks offers the best deals for the same level of competition and growth! Come see why we’re the best new program on the market!

Our Program Puts A Premium On Teaching The Process rather than the result. If you have a great attitude, give 100% effort, and want this type of mentorship, then the Warhawks is a great fit!

If you are interested in an elite cost effective program with top level coaching and solid results (see our commit page) check us out! 

Summer 2022

Class of ’22, ’23, ’24, ’25


Southeast Shootout (June 18,19) Ted Rhodes Park | Nashville, TN

G3X Team Illinois Invitational (July 9,10) Mercy SportScore TWO | Loves Park, IL

Fresh Coast Summer Showdown (July 16, 17) Lakeshore Youth Soccer Complex | Stevensville, Michigan

Practices:  Tuesday and Thursdays June 7-July 7 @ Grand Park. 

Stick Skills, Higher-Level Positional Work, Recruitment Information, etc.

Grand Park: 19000 Grand Park Blvd, Westfield, IN 46074

Fees: 3 Tourneys, practices and a uniform = $875
$500 deposit with the balance due 05/22/2022.

Includes regional recruiting tournaments, uniform, high-paced and challenging practices, consulting, Collegiate Level Coaching and more!

Effort & Attitude = Results

Our travel teams are for players that are serious about lacrosse and want to take their game to the next level but not at the expense of spending quality time with family and friends.  You will learn and develop new skills, strategies and techniques that are used by the top programs in the country and that college coaches are looking for in new recruits. 

At Origins Lacrosse Club, we have in mind the best interests of our athletes while maintaining a commitment to fielding strong teams. We work the mind and the body with a dynamic style that is both realistic and challenging, giving close attention to the proper techniques and mechanics that are essential for success. Our programs of individual skill instruction, game situation drills, and scrimmaging will benefit everyone, from new players to those who want to play at the highest level.

We believe lacrosse is a lifestyle, but also know at the end of the day it must be fun, and the Warhawks will offer the tools young lacrosse players need to take their game to the next level but also keep their enjoyment of the game.   

Origins LC Select Curriculum
The Origins LC  Curriculum is the organizational structure guiding our teams. The Curriculum maps out all practice plans, pre-game routines, and in-game strategies to ensure that each team receives the same excellent level of preparation.  Warhawks emphasizes an aggressive and unselfish play style on offense and a cohesive defense based on communication and slides, with a team-first attitude through clearly defined roles.

We develop and coach our players in a proven system with results to back it up. Warhawks is designed to allow players to get maximum development and enjoyment without requiring the resources and high-level commitments that other travel teams require.

Warhawks is designed specially to cultivate a positive player base through positive coaching.  High-level coaches look at skills, but the difference between two players can come down to character. Through developing players in their skills as well as their work ethic, determination, and mental toughness on and off the field, we desire to create the most well-rounded players in the country.

Origins LC has always set itself apart by focusing on development over the scoreboard, which means that players who want to go further in their lacrosse careers can do so. Our success in this shows as we currently boast a 98% recruitment rate amongst our players! With high-level connections and current collegiate players offering their advice on how to best be seen, each player will be given an equal opportunity to play at the next level.

Playing time
Warhawks is a competitive program. However, this does not come at the cost of playing time for each player. In order to give each member of the team an equal chance at showcasing their talent to collegiate coaches, everyone on the team will be given playing time, so there’s no need to worry about not being seen.


Here is a list of some of the young men and women that have taken their game to the next level that we have been fortunate of to be a small part of their journey.  We know it takes a village to raise a lacrosse player and want to recognize everyone that is part of each student athlete’s journey.  Parents, coaches, teammates, family, teachers, mentors the list goes on!

Class of 2022

Braden Carpenter
Midfield – Noblesville HS, IN
Calvin College – D3

Tyler Roberts
Midfield – Noblesville HS, IN
The University of Mount Olive – D2

Jacob Purvis
Midfield – Noblesville HS, IN
Colorado State Pueblo – D2

Aaron Bell
FOGO – Noblesville HS, IN
Colorado State Pueblo – D2

Sam Santiago
Midfield – Brownsburg HS, IN
Wabash – D3

Jack Foster
Attack – Belleville HS, MI
Concordia – NAIA

Class of 2021

Christian McCaslin
LSM – Noblesville HS, IN
Trine – D3

AJ Hayes
Defense – De La Salle HS, MI
Adrian – D3

Kenny Bentley
Midfield – Holt HS, MI
Anderson – D3

Luke Aldrich
Attack – Roncalli HS, IN
Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University – D2

Christian Conway
Attack – Southport HS, IN
Hanover – D3

Travis Wright
Midfield – High School HS, MI
Concordia Ann Arbor – NAIA

Patrick Doyle
Midfield – Cathedral HS, IN
Trine – D3

Elijah Choi
Goalie – Carmel HS, IN
Taylor – NAIA

Hayden Stafford
Midfield – Carroll HS, IN
Beloit College -D3

Jaxon Howard
Midfield – Westfield HS, IN
Heidelberg – D3

Class of 2020

Brett Baker

DIII – Trine – Noblesville – Defense

Nick Adams

DIII – Hanover – Whiteland – Attack

Kevin Smith

DIII – Heidelberg U – North Central – Goalie

Brayton Brocamp

DIII – Marian U. WI – Westfield – Attack

Jordan Taylor

NAIA – Taylor University – Plainfield – Midfield

Class of 2019

Hunter Roberts

NAIA Aquanias (MI) – Noblesville – Attack

Ethan Houston

NAIA Missouri Valley – Castle – Midfield

Zachary Rodriquez

DIII Concordia U. WI – Roncalli – Defense

Jack Gromoskey

DIII – Concordia U. WI – Brownsburg – Midfield

Cade Allison

NAIA Missouri Valley – Brownsburg – Defense

Daine Biggs

NAIA Tennessee Wesleyan – Castle – Attack

Noah Reff

NAIA Missouri Valley – – Castle – Mid/FO

Jamie Small

NAIA Lee University – Castle – Midfield

Audry Titzer

NAIA Rockhurst – Castle – Midfield

Haleigh Barnette

NAIA Tennessee Wesleyan – Castle – Midfield

Nolan Hoffman

DII Colorado Mesa – Roncalli – Goalie

Mac Alexander

NAIA Tennessee Wesleyan – Castle – Midfield

Class of 2018

Evan Schiefelbein

DIII Wabash – Roncalli – Defense

Caleb Spencer

DIII Anderson – Columbus – Attack

Class of 2017

Elizabeth Reasoner

DIII Monmouth College – Warren Central – Goalie

Nicholas Boodt

NAIA Aquanias (MI) – Avon – LSM

Jackson Wheeler

DIII Hanover – Brebeuf Jesuit – Attack

Joe O’Connell

DII Ohio Northern – Fishers – Attack

Class of 2016

Max Atkins

DIII Wabash – Noblesville – Goalie

Class of 2015

Frank Sergi

DII Lincoln Memorial – Hamilton Southeastern – Defense

Dakota Sanders

DIII Curry College – The Gow School – Defense

Class of 2011

Nico Pariambada

DIII Ohio Wesleyan U – North Central – Midfield

Effort & Attitude