Lacrosse clinic to be headlined by Duke alum Deemer Class

By on August 31, 2017

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosting the RBDC FCA Lacrosse Shooting Clinic on the Outer Banks on Saturday, Sept. 16, headlined by former Duke National Champion and All-American Deemer Class.

The clinic will include two sessions, the first from 10:00 to 11:30 am for boys in grades 3 to 6, and the second from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm for boys and girls in grades 7 to 12.

The cost is $60 per participant but the first 30 to sign up receive a $10 discount, using the code OBXFCA in the coupon code box during online registration.


Once the first 30 have signed up, the cost will go back up to $60. Go to to register online. Each participant will receive an FCA clinic tee shirt and new mesh pocket from East Coast Dyes.

The location for the clinic will be on the Outer Banks, and the exact site will be announced soon.

Deemer Class was a two-time NCAA National Champion (2013-14), three time All-American (2014-16), and holds the Duke midfield record for goals in a season (50) and in a career (134), just 1 of 6 midfielders in NCAAA history to finish with at least 50 goals in a season.

He finished with 201 points in his career, 5th all time for mid-fielders and received in all four seasons All-ACC Academic Team recognition, along with being named All-ACC for three of his four campaigns.

“Having someone like Deemer Class come to Northeast NC is a huge deal,” said FCA Area Director Scott Williams. “This a big accomplishment to land someone like him to train our student athletes in this exciting sport, as well as share his faith.”


Contact Scott Williams with questions at or 252-564-2465. Details can also be found on FCA’s website at The exact location and field for the clinic is still being determined.

FCA is the largest Christian sports ministry in America and focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. For over 60 years, FCA has sought to impact the world through the influence of athletes and coaches.


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