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BYU Lacrosse Camps provide some of the best overall lacrosse camp experiences in the country with a combination of elite on field training and on campus fun. Under the direction of National Head Coach of the Year Matt Schneck, the BYU Lacrosse Camps are designed for campers of all ages and all skill levels. With 6 different camps spread over 4 weeks, lacrosse players can find the camp that is designed perfectly for their summer goals.
BYU Lacrosse Camps are staffed by outstanding college coaches and players who love the game and know how to teach it. These are intensive teaching camps, meant for players who have a desire to get better. We hire our staff based on their passion for the game and their ability to instruct.
BYU Lacrosse Camp FAQs
Q: Which lacrosse camp should I attend?
A: All sessions of the BYU Lacrosse Camps are open to all participants regardless of skill set so long as age requirements are met. Each of the camps has a different focus and we encourage campers to attend the camp that will best help them improve.
Q: Do I need to have my coach’s recommendation for the Elite Camp before I register?
A: No. Register immediately, because space is limited. If you have questions whether or not the Elite camp is right for you, discuss with your Varsity Coach and you are welcome to send and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Can I attend more than 1 week of lacrosse camp?
A: Yes. Because each session of camp varies in its focus, players that desire to attend more than 1 week of camp are welcome and will have a different quality experience each week.
Q: Can I attend camp without staying on campus?
A: Yes. BYU Lacrosse Camps provides both on campus and off campus options for camp.
Q: Who will be my lacrosse coach while at camp?
A: Head Coach Matt Schneck carefully selects each on field coach for each week of camp. Different sessions require different types of coaches. For example, the girl’s camp is completely staffed by the best male and female lacrosse coaches in the area that have both girl’s high school and women’s college lacrosse coaching experience. Our Boy’s sessions are staffed by both college lacrosse coaches and all-American collegiate players. Head Coach Matt Schneck is in attendance at all sessions.
Q: What if I have more questions about BYU Lacrosse Camps?
A: If you have more questions about BYU Lacrosse Camps, please email email@example.com
Participants MUST bring the following equipment to camp: helmet (NOCSAE-approved), mouth guard, elbow and shoulder pads, gloves and lacrosse stick.
Equipment (helmet, gloves, and elbow and shoulder pads) can be rented for $40 ($25 for Cubs and Boys Day Camps), but you must bring your own stick. You may rent equipment when you register for camp.