Devon, PA

Devon, PA


WEEK - JUNE 18, 2018

Main Line Youth Lacrosse Camp is for Girls and Boys players age 5 - 14 who are interested in having fun on the lacrosse field! Main Line Youth Lacrosse Camp is directed by PIAA officials and current D1 players. Each player is encouraged to learn the 'fun'damentals and gamemanship.

 

Dates:       Monday to Friday  |   June 18th - June 22nd, 2018

Time:   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM  

Location: Dittmar Park                                                                                             831 South Valley Forge Rd Devon Pa, 19333

Cost: $225

(Early Bird Discounts Available until May 14th, 2018)

 Phoenixville. PA

Phoenixville. PA


Week - June 18, 2018

Intermediate Skills required.

Bright Side Boys XL Camp is for Male players age 8 - 16 who are interested in improving their skills from average to elite.  Boys will be working with current and former college coaches and players to gain a 6th sense on the field. 

Dates:       Monday to Thursday  |   June 18th - June 21nd, 2018

Time:   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Phoenixville Middle School                                                                     1300 Main St. Phoenixville Pa, 19460

Cost: $225

(Early Bird Discount Available until May 14th, 2018)

 

EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER...

Our goal is to offer an excellent opportunity for each player to learn and refine necessary lacrosse skills and concepts to improve as a player. Our goal is to provide an excellent experience (at a reasonable price), one that our campers and their parents will value. Beyond that, our goal is to have fun individually and collectively during the week, and foster passion for the great game of lacrosse. These camps are designed and taught by seasoned coaches and officials according to each position in areas of passing, shooting, dodging and checking. Our camps provide knowledge to both new and experienced players. Coaches place a large emphasis on gamesmanship - our approach has been honed over the years by caring coaches (and mothers and fathers) with player development as the paramount principle.