5 College Lacrosse Camps for Girls
By Ryan Wood
Work on your lacrosse game under the instruction of top-notch Division I coaches. Here are five camps for the girls that provide an unforgettable summer experience.
Washington, D.C. -- June 28-30, 2010
This camp for high school girls is set up for players interested in building their skills for the next level. A sample day features skill sessions, situational play, competition, small-sided games and tournament play. Learn More ?
Evanston, Ill. -- June 25-July 1, 2010
Coach Kelly Amonte Hiller of the five-time defending national champion Wildcats offers instruction at the Northwestern campus, as well as at satellite camps in Milton, Mass., and Glenhead, N.Y. Learn More ?
Williamsburg, Va. -- June 27-29, 2010
Players ages 8-18 will be divided up by skill development and taught by Division I coaches and players. The camp features skill sessions and nightly games that culminate with a tournament the last day. Learn More ?
Washington, D.C. -- July 7-9, 2010
This camp, for girls in or entering high school, is broken into three daily sessions—skill instruction in the morning, small games in the afternoon and scrimmages in the evening. Learn More ?
Boston, Mass. -- July 12-14, 2010
Due to the 100-participant maximum, this camp sells out annually. It provides instruction for high school players interested in playing in college and features three sessions a day. Specific instruction is also provided for goalkeepers. Learn More ?