“Overall they try to build your character and build your person,” Hinsch said. “They really get you ready for college lacrosse and life in general.”
Choosing what direction you should take your career is most often a difficult one. For Hannah Hinsch, her decision was easily made as a tribute to how she spent her summers. Every July, the top lacrosse prospects compete at the National Lacrosse Classic put on by LEGACY Global Sports. “It’s such a unique thing, it’s not just another club tournament,” Hinsch said. For Hinsch, it was a start to her career.
The 22-year-old first competed as a part of the National High School All-American team at the National Lacrosse Classic in 2011. She is now a senior at University of Cincinnati playing on their varsity lacrosse team, a feat many prospects of the Brine hope to accomplish. The Brine had 1,140 alumni alone playing in the NCAA during the 2016 season, a success at the top of a lacrosse player’s agenda.