Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/26/15
From Press Release
The $100 early sign up discount for the Jordan Wolf Lacrosse Camp, by Pro Lacrosse Camps, is being held July 6-8 at the Agnes Irwin School (Bryn Mawr, PA) will last until March 31.
During the 2014 lacrosse season Jordan Wolf accomplished the following as an attackmen from Duke University: 2nd overall pick in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) draft, Tewaaraton Award Finalist (NCAA Player of the Year), ACC Offensive Player of the Year, MVP of the NCAA National Championship game. Jordan Wolf’s home town is Wynnewood, PA.
The camp is for boys aged 7 to 18 and runs each day from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. There is instruction for all positions, and each camper receives: 18 hours of expert instruction by a staff exclusively comprised of current and former college, pro, and national team lacrosse players and coaches over the course of 3 days.
This camp provides instruction for every position (attack, middies, defense and goalies). Age groups are further divided by attack & middies in one group and defense in another group. Goalies will have their own coaches. All coaches have college playing or coaching experience. It is for this reason we assign coaches to stations, not to age groups. This ensures campers will receive instruction from all of our talented coaches vs. just one.
The concentration is on instruction rather than watching/officiating scrimmages: At multiple stations per hour, we teach fundamentals and mechanics and provide drills to take away from camp to perfect these skills on your own. This camp is beneficial for experienced players and beginners. Because the camp is properly staffed the coaching staff can give the attention players of all skill levels deserve. Most, if not all, of our camps have multiple college coaches who recruit at your club tournaments.
There is a $100 Early Sign Up Discount! Promo Code “EARLYBIRD”. Expires March 31st! Click here to register.
Campers also receive a Dry fit camp t-shirt; Reversible practice jersey; Autographed photo of Wolf, the Lower Merion and Duke All-American and Phillylacrosse.com Co-Player of the Year in 2010; Lunches provided by local restaurants (served in an indoor air conditioned facility); and Opportunities to win prizes during daily competitions.