LXTC Affiliate Club Teams are a network of top club teams throughout the country that share the same high standards and excellence in culture that we instill through our Denver Elite teams. Through our relationship with these teams, we hope to provide competitive opportunities, collaborative coaching, and unique training opportunities to help advance the game.


LXTC Lacrosse Training Center, LLC is proud to announce that the Arizona Outlaws have become the first affiliate club lacrosse team of LXTC. The Arizona Outlaws are a club team system, run by Ben Prepchuk in Phoenix, AZ. Prepchuk is a four-time Canadian National Champion, NLL Champion, and former NCAA DI midfielder. The Arizona Outlaws have both field lacrosse teams that participate in tournaments throughout the country and box lacrosse teams that compete in the USBOXLA.

LXTC has committed to supporting the Arizona Outlaws through proving practice plans, drills, skills, strategies, and philosophies that LXTC’s founders used to help lead the University of Denver to their first National Championship in 2015 and turn Denver Elite into one of the top club programs in the country. LXTC hopes to support the Arizona Outlaws in having some of the top club coaches in the game through this “train the trainer” system. Furthermore, LXTC hopes to promote, support, and strengthen the Arizona Outlaws in their ability to compete in the top tournaments around the country in order to provide the best opportunities for their players. 

In the near future, LXTC and the Arizona Outlaws will be offering co-partnered camps, clinics, training days, and scrimmages for all the players in their programs and any players who want to be involved. Announcements of these opportunities will be coming soon, so please add your name to the LXTC Email List if you have yet to do so. 

When we first heard about the University of Denver forming an elite lacrosse club team, we knew that our son would want to be a part of it. It was his opportunity to learn from some of the best coaches in lacrosse as well as getting instruction from current Division I players. As parents, we wanted our son to learn to be a better player and a better competitor, while in a system that also teaches sportsmanship and dedication to the sport year-round. The coaches and assistants throughout the Denver Elite staff have all been upstanding role models for our son.

Everything at Denver Elite has been professionally managed. Practices were run like they are at college, everyone working hard for the entire 90 minutes and getting top instruction. The Denver Elite coaching staff knows each player individually which allows them to personally direct the recruiting cycle by providing insight as to which colleges would be the best fit based on character and playing style. Coach Trevor was fantastic in guiding both our son and us through the process answering all of our questions. They not only helped us find the right lacrosse program but also the right school for our son.

We recommend the Denver Elite program because they have current college Division I level coaching, the team plays in all the major recruiting tournaments across the country, the staff provides assistance with recruiting without additional fees, and the staff emphasizes grades, skill, character and determination to get to the NCAA level.
— David Russell, father of Ryan Russell, Villanova '19
Over the last four years, the Denver Elite program has provided our son with an outstanding lacrosse foundation and an appreciation of the critical fundamentals of the game. Coach T, Coach Brown and Trevor, as well as the player coaches, have provided outstanding role models and inspiration for him to become a very good lacrosse player and a better young man. They provided realistic, sound guidance throughout a frenzied recruiting process, which ultimately resulted in a Division 1 commitment for our son to Army West Point. My wife and I are very grateful for our experience with DE.
— John Weigand, father of Jack Weigand, Army '21
When we first joined Denver Elite, we were impressed by the professionalism of the coaches and staff (the “no drama” factor is a huge plus for us!). As the years have passed and we have seen many changes in the composition of the team, the one attribute that seems to make Denver Elite stand out among all other programs continues to be the professionalism and individual attention that you and your coaches have exhibited without fail. I have seen every coach, from Trevor Tierney to Matt Brown to Bill Tierney, take the time to stay late (on bitterly cold nights!), answer any player’s questions thoughtfully and directly (not just the inquiries of players that have been around a while, or that everyone knows). And, in speaking recently to new parents to Denver Elite, they tell me how happy their kids are to be playing and how much they appreciate the time and attention every one of the coaches devotes to the players. Our son has learned much more than the game of lacrosse - he has been fortunate to have coaches/mentors who emphasize integrity and hard work as the hallmark of success, rather than wins. So, thank you. We are grateful.
— Margaret Tezak, mother of Mac Tezak, Denver '21