Boys Lacrosse Fall Prospect Day
- Date: October 6, 2019
Grad Years: 2020-2023
Cornell Men's Lacrosse will be hosting a one-day clinic from 10:00am-3:00pm. The clinic is open to all high school boys in the graduating classes of 2020-2023.
The clinic will consist of skill development and drills simulating a Cornell practice. Campers will have an opportunity to be taught and evaluated by Cornell Lacrosse coaching staff and players.
Snacks will be provided during the day, but lunch is not included. All campers will receive a Cornell lacrosse reversible pinney.
This camp is limited to 6 goalies.
Lake Wars Lacrosse Team Tournament
- Dates: July 20-21, 2019
- Grad Years: 2020-2023
- Price: $1,250 (Per Team)
This team tournament is open to HS graduation years '20-'23
The Lake Wars Lacrosse Team Tournament is a two-day tournament on Cornell's campus, with the championship game on Schoellkopf Field. Games will start at 9am on both Saturday and Sunday. Games will conclude by 4pm on Saturday; Sunday's championship game is at 12:30pm.
There is a guaranteed minimum of 4 games with a championship game for the top two teams in the division.
There is a maximum of 25 players per team.
Coaches: please register your name and contact information for the participant when registering your team. Please e-mail the camp office (firstname.lastname@example.org) your roster and include the players' name, birth date and graduation year.
Please note: if you do not have a team and are interested in registering as an individual, please register below and you will be assigned to the "Big Red Elite Team". This also includes a clinic (led by Cornell coaches) prior to the tournament.
Boys Lacrosse Big Red Camp
Dates: July 22-24, 2019
Ages: 8-13 (10-13 overnight)
Price: $449 (Resident) $349 (Commuter)
Cornell offers a "total" lacrosse camp covering all aspects of the game, where individual attention is given to each athlete. The camp features morning and afternoon sessions, and a structured evening recreation program.
The Big Red Camp includes tactical sessions for offense and defense, sessions teaching game and positional strategies, plus individual stick-work sessions. Games will be played during later camp sessions. The close interaction of the coaching staff and campers is what makes this camp so unique.
Goalies will receive individualized attention. The sessions will cover all fundamental aspects of goaltending including stance and posture, footwork, hand motions and stick work.
All campers will receive a Cornell lacrosse reversible pinney and a T-shirt.