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Philly summer lacrosse camp guide for girls

Friday, 4th June 2010

Categories Camps, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 6/4/10

The following is a listing of Philly summer camps for girls, youth through high school.

East Coast All Stars Showcase, June 18-20 at Owen J Roberts High School Turf Fields, for girls currently in 9th-11th grades. The East Coast All Stars Showcase will provide the unique opportunity for a small scale showcase to provide maximum exposure for your players. We are offering a low rate for teams that will attend together and hope to host 75 players this year. Over 300 college coaches have been invited. No coaches recommendation required. Register t For questions, contact- Jennifer Medaglia at 610-564-5996 or at

Hotshots Camp, in it’s 10th year in Southeastern Pennsylvania, for girls entering 3rd-8th grades of all abilities. Camp fee $160.
Week 1- June 21st- 24th 9am-12 nooon. Black Rock Park, Collegeville.
Week 2- June 28th -July 1st 9am-12 noon. Conestoga High School, Berwyn.
Contact Jen Cadden at 484-432-6220 or for registration and information.

Penn Premier Girls Lacrosse Summer Camps, Camp Session # 1, For ages 7 yrs old to 18yrs old. June 21-24, 9 am to 1 pm, 88 Wells Road, Spring City. Top College players coaching from the following Div 1 schools Towson University, Denver University, Temple University. Includes Professional Trainers & Parisi Speed School Sessions.

Quickstick Lacrosse Day Camp at La Salle College High School, from 9 a.m.-noon June 21-25, for boys aged 5 to 16 and girls aged 5 to 13. The fee is $250. Focus is on stick skills, team concepts, and the much anticipated camp tournament. The staff includes Camp Director Bill Leahy (head coach of La Salle), and co-directors Tony Resch (assistant coach at La Salle, assistant for US National team and former Barrage head coach as well as Wings Hall of Famer), Chuck Cirelli (assistant coach at La Salle). Women’s Camp Director is Megan Fisher (head coach at Upper Moreland).

GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp, at The Shipley School’s Farm Fields in Gladwyne. Mon., June 21- Thurs June 24, 9 am-3pm, For boys’ and girls’ ages 8-18
Special Guest Coach John Christmas from the NLL’s Philly Wings, MLL’s Boston Cannons, 4 time All-American at Lower Merion HS and UVA; Co-Ed Goalie-Shooting Clinic Fri June 25th 9am-12p: Sign up online for both camps at: For more information email Shipley AD and Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse Coach Mark Duncan or call 610-715-4242

Boys & Girls Atlantic City, NJ Lacrosse Camp: June 28th-July 2nd. For more details go to: or 610-873-9910

Let’s Play Lacrosse Camp at Unionville High School June 28-July 2, Grades 3 through 8. Campers will have the opportunity to learn the skills and tactics of lacrosse while having fun and being involved with other players with similar abilities. Campers will receive instruction on individual and team attack and defending skills.
Girls in grades 3rd through 8th for (the 2010-11 school year who have one or fewer years of youth lacrosse (may sign up for full or half day camp)
Girls with 2 years of youth lax or junior high experience
Location: Unionville High School Lower parking lot field Route 82
Times: 9 am – 12:00 pm. for half days AM session
9 am – 3:00 pm. for full days
Friday dismissal will be at 12:30 for everyone

Little Stars Camp, introduction to lacrosse, field hockey and soccer for girls entering 1st-4th gradesm June 28-July 1 from 5:30pm- 7:30pm. Camp fee $100. Contact Karen Gately at or Jen Cadden at 484-432-6220 for registration and information.

Girls Summer Camp: Egg Harbor Twp, NJ Lacrosse Camp: July 5th-9th. For more details go to: or 610-873-9910.

Tortorelli Goalkeeping Camp, July 6-8, Paxon Hollow Middle School in Broomall, for 8th grade to 12th grade; camp for technical aspects of the goalie position, 1 on 1 coaching. Contact Laurie or 607-342-3421

Raider Lacrosse Camp (Field Players and Goalies) at Radnor High School from 9am-noon, July 12-16 for girls going into grades 4 to 9. The cost is $125. The camp will be a fun and easy way to improve your game by learning from some of Philly’s top lacrosse players. We will teach you the important skills needed to succeed at the next level. The staff includes Radnor graduating seniors Kelyn Freedman (Georgetown), Courtney Campbell (Richmond) and Allie Martin (Penn) as well as rising senior Goalie, Annie Woehling. Email us at or with questions.

Boys & Girls Stone Harbor, NJ Lacrosse Camp: July 12th-18th. For more details go to: or 610-873-9910

United Sports Summer Lacrosse Camp for girls ages 7 to 14 of beginner and intermediate levels. Camps begin the week of July 12 and July 26 for either full or half-day. The curriculum is designed to develop stick skills to improve individual and team play. Players will participate in small game situations, scrimmages, and team concepts. Please contact Brooke Crawford Record at or call 610-466-7100 ext 127

Blue Diamonds HS Girls Lacrosse Showcase July 12-15 at Owen J. Roberts High. The event will feature 120 of the top players from across the country and run each day from 3:30-9:30 p.m. The event also will showcase athletic cross training events from the Parisi Speed School combined with lacrosse games in front of college coaches. There will be eight teams consisting of 15 players each. This event is a for highly competitive high school athletes looking for a special recruiting opportunity. All players attending this event must have a coach’s recommendation in order to register for the event. To register, go to

Coach Duck’s Girls Lacrosse Camp, July 19-24 at Episcopal Academy, Girls aged 8-14, 5 Days of Skill Building, 9:30am – 3:30pm, Stick Skills, Shooting, Dodging, Defense, Full Field games., visit to register online.

Boys & Girls Cape May, NJ Lacrosse Camp: July 26th-30th. For more details go to: or 610-873-9910

Girls Sea Isle, NJ Lacrosse Camp: August 9th-13th. For more details go to: or 610-873-9910

Penn Premier Camp Session # 2, for ages 7yrs old to 18yrs old, August 16-19, 4:30pm to 7pm, 8 Str, Park in Avalon New Jersey. Online Registration Questions call at 484-614-4613. Each day experienced coaches from high school and college levels will play lots of “teaching games” as well as exercises to introduce more challenging skills which we then encourage players to try in our scrimmage time at the end of each morning session. On the last day, camp concludes with “College & University Day.”


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