Cubs Lacrosse - Boys | BYU Sports Camps

Cubs Lacrosse - Boys

Cubs Lacrosse - Boys

Dates

July 10-13, 2017

Pricing

$149

Age

Ages 7-12

Other

Boys Beginning-Intermediate / Camp runs each day from 9 am to noon

BYU Lacrosse Camps are considered one of the best overall lacrosse camp experiences in the country with its 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.  Spanning over the course of 4 weeks and 6 unique camps, lacrosse players can find the camp that is designed perfectly for their summer goals.

The BYU Cubs Lacrosse Day Camp is designed for boys between the ages of 7-12. Young lacrosse players can come and join Coach Matt Schneck and his elite staff for four days of great lacrosse fun and instruction.

Players at beginning and intermediate levels will learn basic fundamental skills necessary for any young lacrosse player desiring to improve. Our Cub campers will be instructed in basic stick skills combined with offensive and defensive play. All players will enjoy individual attention to help establish proper lacrosse technique at a younger age. The camp will include drills and games centered around developing the tools necessary to be a great young lacrosse player in "the fastest sport on two feet."

Camp Highlights

  • BYU Lacrosse Camp shirt
  • Daily raffles and prizes sponsored by Maverik Lacrosse & BSN Sports
  • Specialized coaching at each position
  • Low camper-to-coach ratio
  • Competitive games
  • Detailed demonstrations

NOTE: Participants MUST bring the following equipment to camp:

Helmet (NOCSAE-approved), elbow and shoulder pads, gloves and lacrosse stick. Equipment (helmet, gloves, and elbow and shoulder pads) can be rented for $25, but participants MUST BRING THEIR OWN STICK. Participants may rent equipment (other than stick) when registering for camp.

 

BYU Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender, and space in the camp.