Parents: Do you find yourself asking these questions? If not, you should!
- How many repetitions is my son receiving in his youth or school team practice?
- How much time does my son's club team spend on individual fundamentals in practice?
- Is my son REALLY getting better by just playing games?
- Has your son ever been coached by a Professional Lacrosse Coach or Professional Lacrosse Player?
F50 Lacrosse Instructional Camp
For 4 days and 3 nights F50 Lacrosse Instructional Camp will take your sons game to the next level! Your son will go through the most current curriculum for skill development, be in an environment that teaches to become a better person as well as lacrosse player, and be instructed by Professional Lacrosse Players, Current and Former Collegiate Lacrosse Players, and Coaches with years of experience.
- Curriculum - Fundamentals of each position. Specifically - Dodging, Stick Skills, Defending, Shooting, Passing, Cradling, and Groundballs. As we move towards the later part of camp we reinforce the fundamentals through small sided games, full field drills, and games!
- Value System - Each Coach, Instructor, and Player is expected to treat each person with respect. We are focused on giving a maximum effort and ALWAYS a positive attitude. Demonstrating a willingness to develop and improve your skills, to be coachable, and to be better.
- Coaching Staff - Our goal will always be to have the most decorated staff in the country. Professional Lacrosse Players offer an insight VERY FEW can provide. We will provide that to each camper!
Dates: July 2021 - Specific dates coming soon
Location: SUNy Geneseo
Overnight and Commuter options
What you receive:
Requests are made during online registration. Both campers must request each other. Ex: Camper A request Camper B. Camper B request Camper A.
If there are multiple requests, Ex: Camper A requests Camper B, Camper B requests Camper C, etc... rooming assignments will be how they are assigned. There will be NO switching at the start of camp. Parents, DOUBLE check to confirm each camper is requesting each other.
What to Bring
- Socks/Underwear/Compression Shorts
- Toiletries/Towel/Shower Shoes
- Alarm Clock
- Fan - Not every dorm has AC
- All Pieces of Lacrosse Equipment - Helmet, Gloves, Arm Pads, Chest Protector, Cup, Shoulder Pads, Stick, Cleats
Code of Conduct
- Respect yourself, your fellow campers, the coaches, and all support staff.
- Leave each area you go into better than when you arrived.
- F50 Lacrosse promotes equity, consistency, and positive behavior.
- Bullying is inexcusable! No tolerance!
- F50 Lacrosse Instructional Camp is an opportunity for all campers to be themselves and discover new friendships. We promote acceptance for all campers.
- Bullying, Harassment, Fighting, Disrespectful Behavior, Taunting, or other Misbehavior can be Grounds for Dismissal.