Quaker Lacrosse Camps and Clinics
Quaker Lacrosse Camps and Clinics are designed to enhance your individual fundamentals and overall skill set, presented with a hands-on approach from the entire University of Pennsylvania Lacrosse coaching staff. Instruction provided by Penn Players and Coaches is structured to take your game to the next level.
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2018 Quaker Indoor Lacrosse Camp
December 1 - December 2
In addition to the UPenn players and coaching staff, this camp will include staff from a number of additional academic D-1 institutions, enhancing the instructional atmosphere.
The Quaker Rising Stars INDOOR Lacrosse Camp is open to any 9th-grade, 10th-grade, or 11th-grade male athletes (graduating class of 2020, 2021, or 2022). Space is limited by grad year and position.
Sessions will be held in the Penn Park Indoor Dunning-Cohen’s Champion Field Bubble (field turf). Lacrosse camp activities will include:
- 50% individual skill progression instruction by UPenn Coaches and additional Division I and III coaches
- 50% competitive round robin game play
SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION
Saturday, December 1st
(Inside the Penn Park Indoor Dunning-Cohen’s Champion Field Bubble)
Sunday, December 2nd at 5:00pm
- Housing at Local Philadelphia Hotel (Sheraton University City)
- Lunch and dinner on Saturday
- Breakfast and lunch on Sunday
Price: $635.00 (total with processing fees: $664.38)
- No housing
- Lunch and dinner on Saturday
- Lunch on Sunday
Price: $499.00 (total with processing fees: $530.44)
2018 Quaker Indoor Staff
Please Note – Due to the safety of the players and staff, UPENN does not permit spectators inside the bubble.
Parent Blocks of Rooms, Discounted Rates:
Sheraton University City (camper hotel)
“Thank you for a great event. It was impressively organized, especially for an inaugural event. I particularly appreciated the very thorough communication leading up to the event. Thank you for all your time and effort. We had a great time.”
Parent of Camper from MA
“I got back from the Penn Rising Stars 150 camp late Sunday evening. I know you are not allowed to communicate with me but while it is still fresh in my mind, I wanted to tell you about my experience at the camp and thank you for the opportunity to attend. I have attended prospect days and camps at [other D1 school names omitted] and this year’s Penn Prospect day. But without a doubt this was the best camp I have attended. The coaching was excellent. Not only did I like the drills but it was important to me that a Penn defensive player worked with me and gave me pointers. All the players were friendly. The hotel was great and so was the food. When my parents arrived, we even stopped at the book store to buy a Penn sweatshirt. Thank you again. ”
Camper from PA
“My son had an awesome time at your camp! He said he learned a lot, really liked the coaching, and thought it was an all around great experience! Thank you so much.”
Parent of Camper from NY
“On behalf of my son, (2018 Goalie), I can tell you he had a great experience. He mentioned that he loved the opportunity to work with two of the best goalies to ever play the college game and thought the level of team play was a stronger than some of the other “open enrollment” camps he’s been to. He also mentioned how well organized the two days were (something I sensed from the pre-camp emails you distributed). All in all, a worthwhile experience for him and one we’d both recommend to others.”
Parent of Camper from PA
“My son has been to many tournaments, camps and showcases. In fact I originally deleted your email because I have spent a small fortune on lacrosse this year. At the last minute I decided to put him on the waitlist and I am so glad I did. He came home really excited about everything he learned. I am pretty sure he has never felt that way before and he has been to a lot of events. It sounds like all the coaches were very friendly and gave him really helpful coaching tips – he told me that there were a few things he was doing completely wrong, and with the coaches help he was able to do the moves properly and successfully. One small change in the way he held his stick or the angle of his body made a huge difference. He also thought the level of play was very good and competitive.”
Parent of Camper from NJ
Quaker Rising Stars 150 Refund Policy :
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE TO KIRSTIN DENNIG at quakerlacrossecamps@gmail.
REFUND TIMELINE (please read):
On/Before Friday, November 16: A refund less $200 of the camp fee ($425 refund for overnight and $299 refund for commuter campers).
Between Saturday, November 17 to Sunday, November 25: Any cancellations occurring between Saturday, November 17, 2018 and Sunday, November 25 must include a doctor’s note of injury/illness in order for a refund (less $200 non-refundable deposit) of camp fee ($426 refund for overnight and $299 refund for commuter campers). All other cancellations will not receive a refund/credit.
Between Monday, November 26 to Camp Start: No refunds/credits will be issued on and after Monday, November 26, 2018.
**Camp Fees are $635 for Overnight Campers and $499 for Commuter Campers. Camp fees are not inclusive of the processing fees charged at the time of registration. These processing fees are non-refundable.
**Please call Kirstin Dennig at 410-430-0237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions**
Quaker Lacrosse Camps/Invictus Lacrosse LLC offers youth camps and clinics throughout the year. All camps and clinics are open to any and all interested campers, limited only by number, grade level and graduation year, gender, and/or position.
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