FCL Online Player Users
What is an FCL Online Membership?
Deemer Class | Founder of First Class Lacrosse
FCL Online is our online membership portal with all of our drills, content and resources for players, coaches and parents!
We strive to provide the tools needed to be successful on the field AND off of it. We believe players who go through the FCL program and work with our coaches will not only get the best lacrosse specific training, but will walk away better people. Through respecting others, instilling work ethic and an attention to detail, mindfulness about our craft, and constant thought around confidence, resiliency and more, we know your sons and daughters will walk away better prepared for their future endeavors.
FCL Online is perfect for anyone in the lacrosse world - education for beginners through experts.
Matt Dunn graduated from the University of Maryland in 2016 and is currently a Professional Lacrosse Player in both the Premier Lacrosse League (“PLL”) for the Whipsnakes LC and the National Lacrosse League (“NLL”) for the Georgia Swarm. At the University of Maryland, Matt played on the Men’s Lacrosse Team for four years where he served as a two-time captain, won a Big Ten Conference championship, and received All-American honors. Upon graduation, he was drafted 7th overall in Major League Lacrosse for the Rattlers where he won the Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2018. In 2019, he transitioned leagues to the Premier Lacrosse League where he has won back to back PLL Championships and was ranked #7 on the Top 50 PLL Players List in 2020. In 2020, Matt was voted DPOY of the PLL.
Born in Baltimore, MD, Deemer has played in the highest levels of the game – professionally, Division 1, and the most elite high school conference in the country. Deemer is widely regarded as one of the best outside shooters in lacrosse, and has developed a reputation for coaching offensive techniques from shooting, dodging and re-dodging, stick work, IQ and offensive sets. Coach Class attended Loyola Blakefield, where he helped lead Loyola to a MIAA championship game appearance and was a 2x USL All American and Under Armour all American.