College Park, MD – July 17th – Calling all Lacrosse Players in the State of Maryland, District of Columbia, and surrounding areas – Prime Lacrosse Club (founded by former Maryland Lacrosse players Shane Hall and Scott LaRue) will be hosting the first Annual Prime Lacrosse Camp at the University of Maryland. The camp will take place from 3pm-5pm on both Saturday, August 24th and Sunday, August 25th.
All players of all ages are invited to participate in this skills style lacrosse camp. Camp will cover the fundamentals, game knowledge, skill development, footwork, stick work, ball movement, and overall positional expectations of future lacrosse stars. The main focus of camp will be fun, competitive drills that keep players moving, learning and engaged. Working with Prime’s partner, Parisi Speed School, campers are also introduced to training and conditioning techniques to help improve their overall athleticism and fitness.
The first day of camp is designed for individual learning and technique repetition. Offensive players will work on footwork, shooting, dodging, and passing while defensive players will rep the necessary techniques that are important for a successful defense unit. The second day of camp, offensive and defensive groups will come together and compete against one another in settled, transition, and pressure type situations.
Some of the Coaches that will attend camp include, but are not limited to:
Scott LaRue (Maryland ’11)
Shane Hall (Maryland ’11)
Tim Shaeffer (Maryland ’12)
Andrew Miller (Mount St. Marys ’11)
Matt Gregoire (UMBC ’13)
Matt Miller (Drexel ’12)
Brock Arter (Robert Morris ’10)
Jeff McGuire (Salisbury ’12)
Pat Morrison (Maryland ’12)
Grant Oliver (Maryland ’12)
Maryland Alumni Thomas and Harry Alford will represent Lacrosse Playground at camp. Members of the We Believe Lacrosse Foundation – a foundation formed to help young teens with cancer – will also be in attendance. With each sign up, campers will receive a camp t-shirt, pinny, and shorts. Campers must be registered by August 11th to ensure a spot at camp. Registration is limited to a first come, first serve basis.