TRYOUTS NOW OPEN for Fall '16 / Spring-Summer '17 Season - CLICK HEREto Register!
The Breakers were formed in 2003 to provide area youth players with advanced instruction and a fun experience. Since that time, the organization has grown into one the most respected and successful club organizations in the country. Breakers youth teams play in fall, spring, and summer. Usually playing a few fall events, then competing in the HoCo League during the spring, and wrap-up with several highly competitive summer tournaments. Our High School teams typically play in 2 fall events and then 4 to 5 summer tournaments that emphasize top-level competition and exposure to college coaches. The program's coaches all have significant experience coaching at all levels of lacrosse, and the majority played at the Division I/III level as well as professionally. Our goal is to offer our youth players great instruction and an excellent experience in a fun environment. The goals for our high school players are to offer that same experience in addition to assisting in the college recruiting process... Many Breakers graduates have gone on to compete at Division I, II and III schools, some achieved All American collegiate careers. The Breakers have also produced a Tewaaraton Award finalist. The organization as a whole takes pride in doing the right thing and thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to work with our kids and families. We thank you for your interest in the Breakers and feel free to contact us at
Thanks to everyone who came out for an awesome day of lacrosse this past weekend. We had a great turnout at every level and want to thank you for your commitment and dedication to the Breakers program. It was great to see all of the returning players and many new faces who came out to see what Breakers Lacrosse is all about. We have just two more tryout sessions scheduled before we make the final teams, so if you haven't registered, please do so as soon as possible while spots are still available. If you have registered, we look forward to seeing you this Sunday!
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Breakers 2018 - Brendan McKenna - Jacksonville University
Brendan is a future Phin!!!
Big time congrats go out to Breakers 2018 and River Hill Attackman, Brendan McKenna, for committing to play DI lacrosse for Jacksonville University and Coach John Galloway!! A starter on the varsity squad at River Hill since he was a freshman, Brendan's great finishing skills, smooth stickwork, and overall toughness help propell the 2018s to a fantastic summer run! Brendan is also an exceptional running back for the Hawks who are a MD state football powerhouse year in and year out! Coach Galloway gets a real threat that will help the Dolphins to climb back in contention for the SoCon title and a NCAA playoff slot! Great things going on down south for Brendan!! Proud of you!!
Breakers 2018 - George Ward - University of Delaware
George is a Bluehen!
Huge congrats to Breakers 2018 and McDonogh Attackman, George Ward, for committing to play DI lacrosse at the University of Delaware! George had an excellent summer and posted All Star appearances at both Baltimore Summer Kickoff and the Inside Lacrosse Invitational. George's a super slick lefty that has an impeccable IQ for the game. He can be the scorer, the feeder, or quarterback an entire offense! Coach Shillinglaw gets an incredibly versatile player that can put points on the board in many ways. George is primed for a great year for the defending MIAA A and National Champion Eagles! Great years ahead for George! Very proud of you!
Breakers 2018 - Jack Van Slyke - Bucknell University
Jack is Bison Bound!
Big-time congrats to Breakers 2018 and Georgetown Prep Goalie, Jack Van Slyke, for committing to play DI lacrosse at Bucknell University! After a very solid year as a sophomore starter, Jack put in a great summer for the 2018s! Coach Fedorjaka gets a great stopper that commands the defense and throws precision outlets! The Patriot League Power Bison are always in play for both a league title and NCAA tournament bid. Jack is the latest in what seems like a GPrep to Bucknell Pipeline, little Hoya's produce great student-athletes! Great things ahead for Jack!! Way to go!
Huge Congrats go out to Breakers 2017 & Calvert Hall Midfielder/Attackman, Sean Reilly for committing to Washington College. Coach Shirk and the Shoremen get an incredibly skilled player that can play anywhere on the field! Sean's versatility contributed greatly to the 2017s success these last several years and especially this summer!! Sean's a do-it-all player that will immediately contribute in Chestertown in 2017. Sean's been a Breaker since 7th grade and it's been a great ride watching Sean become an outstanding player!! Way to go Sean - very proud of you!!
Breakers 2017 - Nick Nelson - Washington & Lee University
Nick's now a General
Big congrats to Breakers 2017 & Mercersburg Midfielder, Nick Nelson, for committing to Washington & Lee University!! Nick has been an OUTSTANDING defensive presence for the '17s these last 4 years and has impressed scores of college coaches with his athleticism and grit! Nick's been an absolute warrior out there... Coach McAbe gets his second playmaker from the '17 squad and has a guy that'll be an absolute difference maker in the race for the ODAC title! Always great in transition, Nick's ability to get up and down the field is second to none, and seems to always make teh big play! As good in the classroom as he is on the field! Awesome job, Nick - very proud of you!
Congratulations to the 2024 Baltimore Breakers for winning the Hogan Hershey Tournament!!! The young Breakers team dominated the tournament going 5 - 0 through the weekend. The tournament was highlighted by a 7-5 win over a very strong Garden City Long Island team on Saturday. The championship game on Sunday matched the 4-0 Breakers against a solid 4-0 NY Roadhawks team. The Breakers dominated all aspects of the game and won the championship game 7-1. During the course of the weekend the boys put up 45 goals and only gave up 14 goals over the 5 game stretch. Great job Breakers!!!!
Breakers 2017 - Jack Taylor - Washington & Lee University
Jack's a General!!
Congrats to St Paul's and Breakers 2017 Goalie, Jack Taylor, on committing to Washington & Lee University!! Jack had truly unbelievable performances these past 2 summers with the 2017s against the very best competition in the country! The 6'3" stopper is big and played big all summer helping the 17's to a Championship appearance at the Big 4/HHH and a Final 4 appearance at Crabfeast. Jack's a super student that performs just as well in the classroom helping him earn this great opportunity at one America's most academically selective universities!
Coach McAbe and the Generals get an outstanding goalie that will help them continue to compete for the always tough ODAC championship and an NCAA playoff berth. Jack should figure into the General's plans quickly...
The Breakers 2017 team of Rising Seniors completed their high school club lacrosse career with a Final 4 at Crabfeast in the Rising Senior Division. After a slow start, the 2017s buckled-up and got back to business with a convincing win over Building Blocks which set-up another epic game with a loaded Primetime team out of Long Island. The 2017s always have incredible games with Primetime and this game proved no different... After coming back from 2 goals down in the 4th the '17s were able to hold off several late opportunities from Primetime forcing yet another OT game between these two teams. Last week it was Dylan Bird scoring the OT game winner at HHH/Big 4. This week the OT heroes were Jack Taylor who made HUGE SAVES in the 1st and 2nd OT periods, and Chris Wilson - who in true Wilson style - scored the game winner in the 3rd OT by muscling his way through 2 defenders for a left-handed bouncer into the net!
In the quarter finals the Breakers faced another DI talent loaded team in Eclipse out of Connecticut. The Breakers played their best and most complete game of the summer, and won every facet of the game against a great team! Everything was clicking, offense, defense, ground balls, goaltending, face-offs - everything was on fire! The final was 8-5 and earned a final 4 appearance in one of the top 2 tournaments in North America! '
In the Semis the 2017s fell a bit flat to a fantastic LI Express Committed team. The Long Islanders showed tremendous skill and grit, and out-ran the Breakers on their way to the Finals...
The 2017s end an incredible run - since 8th grade this group has earned 12 Championships, Finalist, or Final 4 apperances! More importantly they've created friendships and great memories that will last a lifetime - a truly fantastic experience... Lastly, another really cool fact about this team is that every player will play lacrosse in college at a great College or University!!! The 2017s join the Breakers 2009/2010 & 2014 teams as the best in the organization's history! Well done guys, very well done!!
All of the Breakers High School teams played the best of the best in front of 130 college coaches at the Big 4/HHH Summer Champions League June 17-19.
The 2017 team played a great schedule and some heart pounding games all the way through to the Championship game. Big wins ove FCA and Primetime catapulted them into the finals against a fantastic Leading Edge squad. Despite going-up early in the finals the 2017s dropped the 'ship, but still have much to be proud of... Coming-up with "Silver" amongst the 20 best club programs in the country is still a very good run!
The 2018s did what they do and that's play great team ball, which earned them a trip to the Final 4. Wins over the host HHH team and the LI Express where big on their way to the Final 4. A match-up with the Laxachussetts Minutemen proved to be a grind-it-out NHL type playoff game. The youngmen from Boston tripped-up the 2018s 5-4 thanks to 2 last second saves by their goaltender. A great showing by the 2018s that garnered them much attention from the college coaches and everyone else in attendance.
The 2019s were able to gain some great experience in competing with the best in the country. They were able to grab a 6-5 win over a fine Leading Edge team as well as getting big-time exposure to all in attendance!
Congratulations to the 2024 Breakers Lacrosse team for winning the Trilogy Lacrosse Tournament!!
The boys battled through the playoff round beating the Eclipse Lacrosse team from Connecticut 6-5 in the semi-final game. In the championship game the Breakers were down 0-2 early and then caught fire and won the championship game 10-3. Great job boys!!!!
BIG TIME CONGRATS to Breakers 2017 & MIAA A Champ McDonogh School, do it all Midfielder, Chris Wilson, for committing to The United States Airforce Academy! Coach Seremet and the SoCon Champs get one of the toughest players to ever play for the Breakers! Chris has a tremendous relentless do whatever it takes will and attitude - he simply makes things happen! If there was ever a "Throw-Back" middie it's Chris - faces-off, plays D, plays O, plays man-up/man-down... he has to be dragged-off the field. No one plays as hard as Chris - he's a flying ball of barbed-wire out there!! Way to go, Chris - you've earned it and we are so very proud of you!!!
Huge congratulations to 2018 Defenseman / LSM Scott Middleton for verbally committing to play College Lacrosse at D-1 Powerhouse and Final Four participant Loyola College . Scott is an athletic pole with fantastic stick work and a great work ethic. He excelled at Hereford High School this Spring where his coach often called him the “best player on the field”. He's in for another strong summer with the 2018s! He is athletic and relentless and is a great pick up for Coach Toomey and the Greyhounds!
Congrats go out to longtime Breaker Noah Kness for committing to play for the DIII National Champion Salisbury University Seagulls!! Coach Berkman gets an outstanding hard-nosed defenseman that has a tremendous motor and heart! Noah has been with Breakers since 4th grade and earned a starting spot with Loyola Blakefield this past season... He's such a big part of the success of the 2017 team because of his tenacity and versatility. Noah can take on the best opponents and strip them of possession in seconds as well as even face-off - he was 75% last summer at the X! Way to go Noah - we're all so happy for you!!