Dixie Top 150 Lacrosse Camp 2013
Start: Thursday, June 27, 2013 @ 12:00 PM (EDT)
Salisbury , NC 28144
Registration Closing Date
Thursday, June 27, 2013 @ 12:00 AM (EDT)
Players will learn skills by position, in half-field sessions, and will play at least nine games, including nightly showcase contests. In addition, because all field sessions are conducted by college head coaches, players will learn the skills and techniques that coaches look for at the "next level." Finally, extensive contact with these coaches, plus our college recruiting forum, will leave players more informed about their range of college choices and the recruiting process.
June 27th- June 30th, 2013
Payments and Refunds:
The cost for the Dixie Top 150 Camp is $575, Tuition includes a reversible mesh jersey, mesh camp shorts, lodging and all camp meals.
Full payment is due with the application and $100.00 of the fee is completely non-refundable. Our refund policy is designed to minimize the impact to both parties in the event of a player's cancellation. It applies regardless of the reason for cancellation. Due to expenses incurred with each application, $100 of the participant fee is non-refundable for cancellations prior to June 1st. For cancellations after June 1st, $200 of the fee is non-refundable. For cancellations after June 15th, $300 of the fee is non-refundable. The entire fee is non-refundable for any early departures or cancellations on or after June 27th.
It is imperative that an active parent's e-mail address is included in registration. We will be handling all inquiries and details via email.
Check in and Daily Schedule:
Check in is between 12:00pm - 2:00pm. Check out is 11:00am.
For twenty years, The Dixie Top 150 Lacrosse Camp has been providing expert instruction and recruiting exposure to high school players from all over the country. We have helped train dozens of high school All-Americans, and have opened doors for college players nationwide.
Players from our camp have gone on to make an impact at colleges such as Johns Hopkins, North Carolina, Duke, Notre Dame, Dartmouth, Yale, Denison, Washington and Lee and many, many others. These players attest that their "Dixie Experience" was invaluable in their development.
The camp combines quality instruction with intense competition, both designed to make you a better and more knowledgeable player. Players will learn skills by position, in half-field sessions, and will play at least fifteen games, including nightly showcase contests. In addition, because all field sessions are conducted by college head coaches, players will learn the skills and techniques that coaches look for at the "next level." The All-Star Game Saturday night under the lights is a premier opportunity to shine in front of the staff. Finally, extensive contact with these coaches, plus our college recruiting forum, will leave players more informed about their range of college choices and the recruiting process.
In short, the Dixie Top 150 allows players to continue their development and increase their exposure in the most exciting and competitive camp environment in the South.
The camp is serviced by Charlotte Douglas International Airport. If arriving by plane, round trip ground transportation is provided for a fee of $50. Catawba College is located just 42 miles from the airport.
The camp will dispatch a chartered air conditioned bus to the airport. This bus has a lavatory and VCR and will pick up Dixie campers in the baggage claim area of Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Upon arrival, campers should go directly to baggage claim where Camp staffers will be stationed to direct students to the waiting transportation. Campers arriving after 2pm. need to arrange for their own transportation to campus. Campers are strongly encouraged to plan such that they arrive on campus well prior to that time. Return flights should be scheduled to depart after 3:30pm. to ensure timely arrival at the airport.
Campers should pickup their luggage and report to the doors outside of baggage claim, on the lower level, to meet the camp representative and board the charter bus. Airport transportation personnel will be dressed in Dixie Top 150 camp t-shirts and Dixie Top 150 Lacrosse Camp shorts.
Return airplane flights should be scheduled for after 3:30 pm out of Charlotte Douglas Airport
Campers - Please Note!!
U.S. GOVERNMENT ADDRESSES LACROSSE STICKS AS PART OF AIR BAGGAGE RESTRICTIONS March 18, 2003
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) last month ruled that lacrosse sticks are prohibited in the cabin of an aircraft and past security checkpoints at airports, but they may be transported as checked baggage. TSA, the agency responsible for security in all modes of transportation, issued the interpretive ruling in the Federal Register on Feb. 14.
In the ruling, TSA classified lacrosse sticks as "club-like items" and prohibited persons from carrying lacrosse sticks beyond airport security checkpoints and onto airplanes. Lacrosse players traveling by air should include their sticks as part of their checked baggage when arriving in airport terminals.
The college is conveniently located in the "Heart of Dixie.", just North of Charlotte and South of Greensboro on I-85.
Directions to Catawba College
From East and Northeast Take I-85 South. Exit on I-85 exit 76 B (Salisbury, Catawba College). Bear right at end of exit ramp onto Innes Street. Drive straight through downtown, continuing approximately 3 miles to the Catawba campus.
Take Highway 52 South to Business Highway 85 South. Business Highway 85 South will merge with Interstate 85 South. See the above directions.
From West and Northwest Take I-40 East to I-77 South. Get off I-77 at exit 49A (Garner-Bagnal Boulevard), turn right at end of exit ramp onto Highway 70 East. Continue for approximately 30 miles. In Salisbury, 70 East is renamed Statesville Blvd. Continue straight on Statesville Blvd. to intersection with Innes St. Turn left onto Innes St. and continue 4 blocks to Catawba College.
From South Take I-85 North to exit 76B (Salisbury, Catawba College). Bear left at stop sign at end of ex...