LONE WOLF ATHLETICS WELCOMES YOU!
Committed to Excellence
Welcome to the home page of Lone Wolf Athletics.
Vermont's premier place for basketball training. Created in
2004 by founder Wayne Lafley, the Vermont based
business quickly developed a reputation for providing first
class basketball training to boys & girls players of all ages
and abilities. With an intensive focus on skill development
Lone Wolf Athletics will nurture and grow each aspiring
players quest for success. Whether you are a junior high,
high school, college, or pro player Lone Wolf Athletics
offers an avenue for you to continue to grow your abilities
with proper basketball training. Basketball camps, clinics,
team trainings, individual lessons, and AAU travel teams
are just some of the programs offered at Lone Wolf
Athletics. Feel free to also check us out on Facebook and
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Lone Wolf Athletics is committed to exceeding your needs. Questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.
32 Stone Drive
Colchester, Vermont 05446
"Playing for Lone Wolf was a great experience. I was able to develop my game with help from the best coaches in Vermont and play alongside some great players. It gave me the opportunity to play against some of the best competition in New England and beyond where I was also able to play in front of many college coaches of all divisions."
2017 and 2018 Vermont State player of the year, American University commit
"I've been training with Coach Wayne for the past 3 years now in which he has prepared me for each of my pro basketball seasons in Mexico, Argentina, and Japan. Wayne's workouts always push me and develop my skills. He is great at giving you drills that mimic game situations. I highly recommend Coach Wayne's workouts for any skill level athlete who wants to improve their game ad to prepare for an upcoming season."
Professional Basketball Player
"Without Wayne and Lone Wolf Athletics I would not have been prepared for everything that comes with playing at the division 1 level. The competitiveness and discipline that is displayed in every practice helped me transition smoothly from playing in high school to playing in college."