Three-time Tewaaraton winner will host a 1-hou skill session and 30-minute speed and conditioning session

Taylor Cummings, one of the most decorated women’s lacrosse players of all time will be at the Arena Club in Bel Air on Wednesday, Feb. 28 for a 90-minute session featuring 60 minutes of comprehensive lacrosse skills training and 30 minutes of sports performance training.

Cummings, who starred at McDonogh School and the University of Maryland, was the first ever three-time Tewaaraton Award winner (2014-16), given annually to the top female lacrosse player in the nation.

She was a four-time 1st Team IWLCA All-American and a three-time national IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year and she was twice nominated for an ESPY as the Best Female College Athlete. There were many other honors, too numerous to mention, and she remains a key member of the U.S. National Team.

Cummings clinic will be broken down into two age groups with the clinic for girls in grades 6-8 taking place from 5:00 thru 6:30 pm and the session for girls in grades 9-12 taking place from 6:15 thru 7:45 pm.

The cost of the event is $95 per athlete and you can sign up by visiting