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These lessons are for personal player development. 1:1 lessons are offered for boys and girls, all positions, and various skill levels. Refer to the process page on how our time will be spent. Sessions are typically scheduled for an hour.

Practicing in a small group creates a competitive environment. These sessions will be focused on specific positional work, team principles, and situational awareness. Small group sessions are offered for boys and girls, all positions, and various skill levels. Refer to the process page on how our time will be spent. Small group sessions typically are scheduled for an hour and fifteen minutes.

Small groups are two to ten players.

To book, click on the coaches picture or name you'd like to work with. Or, use the drop down menu under Training and Booking. Doing so will lead you to the coaches calendar where you can view and book.


Travis Schieber grew up in Winter Park, Florida playing hockey and lacrosse. He attended Winter Park High School where he was a four year letterman at the LSM position as well as a special team player for the man up unit.  He was recruited to play college lacrosse but elected not to play beyond high school. He started coaching as a volunteer for a local recreational team in 2015 in Winter Park, Florida and eventually was elected as the director. During this time, he began building his student body of players he taught in a one on one and small group setting. In June of 2020, he launched his company Pursuit of Perfection Lacrosse Inc. and October of that year began working for it full time and has been since. In the spring of 2021, he accepted a Head Coach position at East Ridge High School for the boys varsity team which he led to a 13-4 season with the programs first playoff appearance and win. That record still stands as of 2024. Travis continues to teach lacrosse across the state of Florida to those who have a strong passion and desire to improve.

Travis Schieber

Founder & Owner of POP Lacrosse


Garrett Moore

Flagler College Midfielder 



Garrett Moore was a three time Winter Park High School lacrosse varsity starter and captain. While playing at Winter Park he was the 2021 Orlando Sentinel Player of the Year, selected as an All-American, and Two-Time All-Metro selection. He was recruited by Jacksonville University out of high school where he played his freshman season under Coach John Galloway. He now plays for Flagler College under Brian Duncan and was a part of the programs winningest season in 2023. In the 2024 season Garrett was voted team captain by his teammates. As an offensive midfielder, he understands how to set up the dodge while simultaneously reading the field and movements of the off ball players. He also understands the importance of shooting mechanics to enable the player to shoot accurately and quickly. His ability to get his defender to bite on his dodges is just one of many knowledge nuggets he can share with his students. Garrett loves spreading his knowledge and joy for lacrosse with the future of the game bringing fourteen years of experience. 


Caden Dudczak

Holderness School Attack 



Caden Dudczak is a POP Lacrosse athlete himself having been led by Coach Travis for the last decade. Being from Maitland, Florida he was recruited by some of the country’s top preparatory schools and landed himself at Holderness School in New Hampshire. In his freshman debut, he tallied seven goals and three assists. For the 2024 summer, Caden will be playing for the New England Club, 4 Leaf and attending the Sweetlax Summer Showcase. In addition, Caden is excited to expand his impact on the game by coaching Central Florida’s more dedicated players. As a player who's played along side and against the country's best, Caden pulls knowledge from all of his past and current coaches and is eager to share those teachings with the players he’ll work with. Caden will focus on coaching the offensive side of the ball covering technique, team principles, angle play, and creativity. “Training with Coach Travis for all of these years has totally changed the way I think of the game and that it always pays off when you give one hundred percent effort in all that we do. I’m really excited to teach these young guys who are currently in my shoes from where I was five years ago."

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