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Winter 2012 Southern States Elite Camp

The Southern States Elite Lacrosse Camp is an instructional recruiting weekend. Players will have a chance to showcase their skills for college coaches through instructional practices conducted by college coaches, followed by four games with sanctioned referees. Players will be placed on a team that will be coached by two college coaches. Read More…

Winter 2012 Southern States Elite Camp

Winter 2012 Southern States Elite Camp

The Southern States Elite Lacrosse Camp is an instructional recruiting weekend. Players will have a chance to showcase their skills for college coaches through instructional practices conducted by college coaches, followed by four games with sanctioned referees. Players will be placed on a team that will be coached by two college coaches.

This camp will also include a recruiting presentation and Q & A with all the college coaches, a “What to Expect as a Student Athlete” presentation by a Washington & Lee University professor, a college admissions program, and a financial aid session run by Washington & Lee University Admissions & Financial Aid staff members. The college admissions program will cover topics such as what to expect when applying to college and how to prepare properly. Players will also attend a strength and conditioning/weight lifting session.

Camp Directors:
Jeff Shirk – Head Coach, Washington College
Gene McCabe – Head Coach, Washington & Lee University

Coaches working camp:
Chris Miller, Washington College
Kevin Kiley, Washington & Lee University
Zach Thomas, Roanoke College
Nate Bates, Guilford College
Adam Sear, Stevenson University
Brian Stewart, Limestone College
Curtis Jaques, Virginia Military Institute
Nick Northern, Shenandoah University
Drew Delaney, Arcadia University
Chris Perzinski, Gettysburg College
Mark Fry, Ferrum College
Jason Childs, Shorter University
Tony Smith, Coker College
Mic Grant, Bridgewater College
Rob Cross, University of Delaware

Visit ShirkLacrosse.com for more information.

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Jordan Gush
Jordan Gush
8 years ago

My name is Jordan Gush and I attended camp and had a great time. I am from upstate NY Horseheads and liked the level of play. The coaches were friendly and did a great job! I made the All Star game on Saturday night and that was fun to play in also. Thanks to all that made it happen. Lax on lax bros.

Jordan Gush
Jordan Gush
8 years ago

My name is Jordan Gush and I attended camp and had a great time. I am from upstate NY Horseheads and liked the level of play. The coaches were friendly and did a great job! I made the All Star game on Saturday night and that was fun to play in also. Thanks to all that made it happen. Lax on lax bros.

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