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Registration still open for Millon Lacrosse Camp July 28-Aug. 1 at George School

Monday, 15th July 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/15/13

Registration remains open for the Millon Lacrosse Camp for boys aged 8 to 17 on July 28-Aug. 1 at George School in Newtown.

The camp is run by US Lacrosse National Hall of Fame inductee and former Philadelphia Wings NLL champion Mark Millon, who has been running camps on the East Coast for 19 years. The camp features top-notch instruction from some of the world’s top players and offers overnight and extended day hours.Millon-Lacrosse-Camps

Click here to register or for more information.

The cost is $665 for overnight and $545 for extended day (9am-8pm).

Camp highlights:

•Top-notch instruction

*Experienced staff led by owner Mark Millon, who has been running his camps for 19 summers. Over 20,000 campers have participated
•First class facility
•Elite staff (2012 included Paul Rabil, Kyle Hartzell, Drew Westervelt, Joel White, Kevin Buchanan, Eric Lusby, Scott Rodgers, Tyler Fiorito, Rob Pannell)
•Every camper gets a free stick, instructional DVDs and a reversible jersey
•Great competition
•Camp is fun for the kids; if it’s fun the kids want to go home and practice
• Goalie school runs in conjunction with the camp

PA location:
Easy to get to, beautiful location in Newtown, Pa. George school is really easy to navigate for the campers as everything is really close. One of our most fun camps every summer.

•Mark Millon bio:

Mark Millon teaching lacrosse:

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2009 National Hall of Fame
2007 LI Hall of Fame
2006 Univ. of Massachusetts Hall of Fame
Two time MLL offensive POY
2005 MLL MVP
1994 and 1998 member Team USA
1994 world games MVP
1998 world games: worlds best attackman
2x all world team
3 time NLL all Pro
2001 NLL Champion: Philadelphia Wings
2x NCAA First Team All-America


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