Grand Valley State Women's Lacrosse Camp
2019 Team Camp
The Lacrosse Team Camp provides 9th - 12th graders from a high school or club program the opportunity to train together during the offseason. All teams will gain college exposure and professional coaching from some of the top programs in the Midwest. Teams will follow a similar schedule throughout the week, receiving intensive instruction on the technical and tactical aspect of the game preparing them for the next level as well gain exposure to strength and conditioning training, mental skill prep, classroom chalk talk sessions, and more. All teams will stay in GVSU dorms (coaches may choose to stay in dorms or on their own).
The Elite Camp staff will include college coaches from across the nation representing all NCAA levels: DI, DII, DIII, and NAIA. The design of this camp will involve individual skill development, team training, and games. The players will be provided multiple sessions on all days. Sessions are considered to be either games or training. A tentative schedule will be given to campers at check-in.
Further communication will be emailed to ALL families June 21st with final reminders, required forms, maps, packing list, welcome packet, etc. that you will need in preparation for camp. Please note your registered email address is the one in which all communication will be given.
June 28th - 30th
Girls Lacrosse Teams - must have at least 15 players in grades entering 9th - 12th in 2019
$225 per player
All campers Receive a GVSU Lacrosse T Shirt
Roommate Requests: Coaches will be responsible for submitting a rooming list for their rosters.
Goalkeeper Program: This is a daily training program for part-time and full-time goalkeepers. Our coaching staff will work with goalkeepers on specific technical and tactical ideas along with conditioning drills and exercises. All areas of goalkeeper training are covered including: proper footwork, hand speed, tracking, clearing, and more. All participants will train with both their designated team for the week as well as receive extra position specific goalkeeper training.
Medical Policy / Insurance: Each participant should have his or her own medical insurance. A fully qualified student trainer will always be available. Any medical bill incurred will be billed by GVSU to the participant's insurance company. Any medical expenses not covered by insurance are the responsibility of the participant’s parent or guardian.
Once registration is complete, you will receive a welcome letter that will give you additional information with regards to our summer camp including a medical waiver and concussion form that is to be BROUGHT TO CHECK IN. PLEASE DO NOT MAIL IN AHEAD OF TIME.
Refund Policy: A $60.00 administrative fee will be deducted from all refunds regardless of the reason. Refund requests must be made in writing before 10 days prior to the first day of camp session in which the camper was originally enrolled. NO REFUNDS for any reason (i.e., injury, illness) will be given 10 DAYS PRIOR to camp.
Mackenzie Lawler | 616-431-6048 | email@example.com
Camp is open to any and all participants; limited only by number and age.