The New England Baseball Complex is a 30-acre baseball complex in Northborough, Massachusetts owned by the New England Baseball Enterprises. The complex is home to the New England Ruffnecks.
4 full sized state of the art athletic turf fields.
Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team? Whatever level you play at, hockey can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination. Whether you are looking to play casually in our recreational league or competitively with one of our traveling teams, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.
Build up Maine hockey talent
Push each and every player to their full potential
Build Mental Toughness in every player (90% Mental)
Bring new innovative drills/teaching methods to its students
Be the best in the hockey skating and skills industry
Provide a fun environment for all students (Boys & Girls)
Provide feedback to every student at the end of the week/session
Be a positive role model in the community
Never let a player repeat poor behavior, correct immediately
Never become just a whistle blower! Always be teaching
Fundamentally shooting is not about where the puck goes -- just as it is not about how hard you shoot the puck. Instead, shooting is about how you get it there. In fact, when Shoot to Score teachers work with players, rarely do teachers look at the net. Instead, they look at the player -- at the how of the puck getting to the net. Shoot to Score’s program is all about the how.
MaxPro Hockey Club is a youth hockey program is designed to maximize player potential through fundamental emphasis on technique and skill progression.
The primary emphasis is on the individual player’s development through the instruction of skating techniques, puck control, and game strategies.
Our goal is to maximize each player’s individual ability so they can play at the high school, college, or professional level.
Our mission is to inspire talented young athletes to excel and reach an elite level of potential through dedication, motivation and developmental skill training.
BSFHC is a select field hockey program, and are committed to providing elite field hockey coaching and development for all ages and skill level.
All practices and home games are played at the Iorio Arena in Walpole, Massachusetts. The program has been organized to conform to USA Hockey classifications:
Under 10, Under 12, Under 14, Under 16 and Under 19.
Football University is the original position-specific training experience with NFL coaches. This is where youth and high school football players get better.
The Boston Pride is a professional women's ice hockey team. They are one of the four charter franchises in the NWHL.
10% off all Boston Pride merchandise using code: EPS10
Our goal at Laxachusetts Lacrosse is to develop lacrosse players that have the dedication, skills, focus and drive to play at the highest levels of youth lacrosse, high school lacrosse, college lacrosse and beyond. We are committed to providing the coaching and curriculum that will allow players to learn and grow as individuals and also as teammates.
Stop It Goaltending offers year round training at our development centers as well as a full lineup of summer programs. Goalies that train with Stop It Goaltending enjoy success because of our ability to be on the cutting edge of goaltending techniques.
The mission of Charles River Aquatics (CRA) is to increase water safety while nurturing a path toward higher levels of performance. Learning to swim with proper stroke technique lays a solid foundation–creating confident, safe swimmers.
At CRA, we believe swimming is an essential life skill and we are dedicated to teach, train and motivate swimmers of all ages to excel at all levels. CRA’s teaching environment is designed to foster individual growth, and instill perseverance, while emphasizing cooperation and sportsmanship, educating not just the swimmer, but the whole person.
From 2003 to 2005 the Ruffnecks fielded teams of 12U to 15U rosters. In 2006 the program took its first step toward the “College Development Program” it is today. The 2006 16U Ruffnecks traveled extensively and achieved national attention when they took third place at the Super 7 Invitational Tournament in East Cobb, Georgia. The 2006 Ruffnecks also advanced to the championship round of the 16U Perfect Game WWBA Championships. Although the Ruffnecks are not the first program to field 16U teams (and older) in New England, we are currently the oldest in continuing existence.