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Philly girls’ camps guide for summer, 2018

Monday, 19th February 2018

Categories Camps, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/19/18

2018 summer lacrosse camps for girls

GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps at Shipley School.
Session I
June 19 – June 22
Half Day 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (ages 4 to 9)
Day Camp 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (ages 8 to 17)
Shipley School Girls Lacrosse Camp Session II
June 25 – June 28
Half Day 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (ages 4 to 9)
Day Camp 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (ages 9 to 17)
Shipley School Girls Shooting/Goalie Clinic
June 29,·Shooting Clinic · $95.00 · 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (ages 8 to 17)
GameBreaker returns to The Shipley School for its 12th annual summer lacrosse camp. Director Mark Duncan and girls’ coach Molly Fernandez, will direct the camp.
Click here to register and for more information for Shipley camps.

Team 302 Lacrosse summer camps for girls in Grades 2 to 8:
302 Girls Lax Camp (North)
Grades: Rising 3th Grade to 8th Grade
at The Independence School, 1300 Paper Mill Rd, Newark DE 19711
June 25-28, 9am-2pm
Price: $275
Register Here
302 Girls Lax Camp (South)
Grades: Rising 2nd Grade to 8th Grade
at the New DE Turf Sports Complex, 4000 Bay Road, Frederica, DE 19946
July 24-26, 1pm-5pm
Price: $150
Register Here

Be Your Best Lacrosse Camp, boys and girls, K through Grade 9 at Wissahickon Middle School. Two sessions, Session 1: June 25th – June 29th (Mon-Fri) 8:30 – 2:30; Session 2: July 9th – July 13th (Mon-Fri) 8:30 – 2:30
Be Your Best Lacrosse Camp’s number one goal is to make each camper a better lacrosse player while having fun learning the game. The Camp believes the best way to achieve this goal is to have excellent staff-camper interaction while teaching the game.
Click here to register
Be Your Best was Voted Best in Philadelphia Sports & Recreation of 2015. This camp will teach skills, techniques and strategies of lacrosse. It stresses the importance of good fundamentals, training and FUN!! The camp encourages all levels of players to learn, improve and enjoy! Camp Shirt/Pinnie & Daily prizes: “Camper of the day”, Hustle Bag, Awards Friday, Gatorade Awards Outstanding instruction – Fundamental drills with an emphasis on improving individual skills Radar Gun for “Fastest Shot” competition & Lacrosse Olympics & special guests.

Black Bear girls’/boys’ camps, Avalon, NJ. Take advantage of Black Bear’s early bird registration and save $25 from now until Feb. 3. using the coupon code BBLC25 at check out.
AVALON SESSION 1 7/2-7/6 @ AVALON SPORTS COMPLEX (BOYS & GIRLS, also 5 to 15)
Directed by Jon Heisman Head Coach at Bishop Shanahan High School ($275)
AVALON SESSION II 8/6-8/10 @ AVALON SPORTS COMPLEX (BOYS & GIRLS, 5 to 15)
Directed by Jon Heisman Head Coach at Bishop Shanahan High School ($275)
Black Bear campers enjoy daily scrimmages, position specific instruction, contests, and daily personal interaction with coaches. Players of all abilities and experience are welcome and will greatly benefit from our structured, time-tested program. Campers will be grouped according to age and ability. We teach players the proper technique and fundamentals of the game and develop their skills and lacrosse IQ. This is accomplished in a fun-filled, exciting atmosphere run by top coaches and college players. No matter your skill level when you start the week, you are sure to leave as a much better player after attending a Black Bear camp.
All camps run 9am-1pm with a break built in at 11am
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR A BLACK BEAR LACROSSE CAMP
*Contact us for Sibling Discount code; *Rental equipment available for $65 (paid at check out)

GameBreaker Camp, Bryn Mawr College.
July 9 – July 12
Overnight (ages 8 to 17)
Extended Day (ages 8 to 17)
GameBreaker is excited to announce a new Pennsylvania girls lacrosse camp this summer. Bryn Mawr College offers great amenities, including spacious dorms, an all-you-can-eat dining hall, and beautiful athletic fields. Overnight and extended day camper options are offered.
Click here to register and for more information for Bryn Mawr camp.

6 Points Sports Academy URJ Summer Lacrosse Camp for Jewish boys and girls, 4th to 11th grade, Greensboro, N.C. 6 Points Sports Academy is located in a 100-acre, $100 million dollar state-of-the-art athletic and camp facilities of the American Hebrew Academy. At 6 Points Sports Academy, athletes from 35 different states all over North America and 7 different countries participate in a unique camping experience that offers top-level sports coaching and all the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping. Within its kind and nurturing community, campers form friendships for life while feeding their passion for their chosen sport – and achieve a higher quality of life as young Jewish athletes. The camp offers three separate sessions of 2 weeks each, with many campers choosing to experience 6 Points for 4 – or even 6 – weeks per summer. The coaches are NCAA level coaches – most of whom have been with the camp since day 1. These coaches – many of which coach the USA teams for Maccabi USA – are skilled enough to challenge the top tiered athlete who comes to camp, and to teach, mentor and guide the lower skilled athletes who love their sport and love being at camp at the same time. This magical experience takes place on the finest camp facility in all of North America. Campers live in air-conditioned college style dorms, with either 1 or 2 roommates that they have the option of selecting prior to arrival at camp.
During each day of the two week long session, campers participate in 4 hours of intensive skill development in one chosen sport (their sports major) and 2 hours of electives. Sports majors include girls’ lacrosse, boys’ lacrosse, soccer, tennis, basketball, baseball, softball, swimming, and cheerleading / dance. This year they have added volleyball as a sports major for the first time ever during our 3rd session. Electives include kayaking, rock climbing, gaga, rugby, ultimate frisbee, flag football, 9 square in the air, weight training, cross country, and lacrosse. Jewish values are infused in everything we do at camp, starting with our 6 core values. Values are presented to our campers as ways to live Jewishly, as ways to live humanly, and as ways to live successfully. These values are presented by our Rabbis, faculty, and Jewish life team at camp each morning during our “Sportscenter” value presentation.
Anybody that signs up using LaxCon18 gets $100 off their registration.
Click here for more info or to register.


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