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Middle School Team Camp / Coaching Boot Camp,
June 26-28

The Girls Lacrosse Middle School Team Camp incorporates teaching middle school players the fundamentals and skills needed for team play. There will be 8 sessions of camp, which will emphasize individual skills, small team settings and full-field play. This camp will be a fun, interactive way to learn lacrosse and grow as a competitive lacrosse player. In addition to lacrosse instruction, there will be team-building exercises, confidence lessons and mental training, which are essential pieces of any successful team.

Another exciting facet of the camp includes the introduction of our Coaching Boot Camp. During player breaks, our staff will be conducting coaching clinics where we teach different drills, tactics and team concepts that will broaden your knowledge of the game. One coach per team attends the camp at no cost. Additional coaches will be charged for housing and meals.

Come join us in Happy Valley for a great experience for your whole team...coaches and players!

Note: Teams must bring a minimum of 13 players. Each team must bring a goalie. Also, if you are bringing more than one team, register each team online.

Who: Grades 5-8 (teams only)

Fees:
• $400 per person resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, camp shirt)
• $380 per person commuter (includes instruction, all meals, camp shirt, no housing)

Meals: Lunch on the first day to lunch on the last day

Team Registration

To reserve a team space for Middle School Team Camp, the coach/team representative must pre-register online, along with a refundable deposit. Upon completion of the camp, the deposit will be refunded.

Please note: One coach per team attends the camp at no cost. Additional coaches will be charged for housing and meals.

After a team has been registered, the coach/team representative will receive a confirmation e-mail with detailed instructions. The coach/team representative is responsible for providing to each player the team name and password entered during registration. Each coach must register online using the extra coaches registration link along with the team name and password. Parents must then register online using the camper registration link along with the team name and password to ensure that their child is placed on the correct team.

For more information about team camp, please review the Team Camp Enrollment Guidelines page under the links.


Girls Lacrosse Elite Camp, July 9-11

The Girls Lacrosse Elite Camp is open to students who are entering grades 8 and up next fall. This advanced and competitive camp is specifically designed for players who are serious about raising their skills in preparation for playing lacrosse at a high level. Campers will have an excellent opportunity to showcase their abilities within skill sessions and scrimmages.

Who: Grades 8 and up

Fees:
• $520 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, camp shirt)
• $450 commuter (includes instruction, all meals, camp shirt, no housing)

Meals: Dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

Girls Lacrosse Little Lion Camp, July 9-11

The Girls Lacrosse Little Lion Camp is designed for students entering grades 5-9 next fall. During this three-day camp, the campers will work on fundamentals with a major emphasis on stick work and positional play. We will also focus on team concepts and basic game rules. Players will have the opportunity to showcase their individual skills and their understanding of team concepts in small sided games and scrimmages.

Who: Grades 5-9

Fees:
• $520 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, camp shirt)
$450 commuter (includes instruction, all meals, camp shirt, no housing)

Meals: Dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

Girls Lacrosse Goalie Camp, July 9-11

Amy Altig, Penn State Assistant Coach and U.S. National Team Goalkeeper, will be conducting specialized goalkeeping instruction during camp. Goalkeepers will get individualized attention with emphasis on technique, hand speed and footwork. Specialized drills and individual instruction for goalies will be provided to enhance the development of actual game experience with the mental aspects of being a goalkeeper. Goalkeepers are grouped according to age, ability, experience, maturity and competitive spirit.

Who: Grades 5 and up

Fees:
• $520 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, camp shirt)
• $450 commuter (includes instruction, all meals, camp shirt, no housing)

Meals: Dinner on the first day to breakfast on the last day

(Coaches Special Elite, Little Lion and Goalie Camp):
For those teams registering 5 or more players

Fee:
• $475 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, camp shirt)
(Submit all forms online by Friday, June 23, 2018)


Equipment for all camps: Campers should bring their own lacrosse sticks. Mouth guards and goggles are mandatory. Cleats are recommended. Goal keepers should bring all necessary gear (pads & helmet).

Staff: --The Penn State Girls Lacrosse Camp guarantees a 1:10 ratio of coaches to players and includes top U.S. team members, college coaches and the Penn State staff and players.

Penn State Sport Camps
Gardner House
Elm Road
University Park, PA 16802
Fax: 814-865-8883
E-mail: SportCampInfo@athletics.psu.edu

In accordance with NCAA guidelines, all Penn State University Sport Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specified number, age, grade level and/or gender of its participants.

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