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Below are opportunities for Lacrosse Camps and Clinics, Pleasant Grove Lacrosse Club does not endorse any one camp or clinic.

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Note from PGLC Varsity Head Coach Paul Frank:

Drew Virk, head Stanford Lacrosse coach has asked me to assist him with two camps that he is offering.
 
The links are located below.
 
I highly suggest both of these camps but the Twin Rivers camp is a very exciting format and a great venue.
 
If you have any interest in facing off, Drew's camps are where you want to be.
 
For coaches that have an interest, I may be able to find a way to get you in to work with Drew on the camps as well.
 
Please contact me with any interest. 


Two Rivers Lacrosse Camp
Combining a traditional camp experience with an emphasis on lacrosse skill development.
June 10-16 / July 2-7 /  Aug 12-18 / Ages 7-17
http://www.tworiverssoccer.com/lacrosse_programs.php


Also, I am running an overnight at Stanford again for the first time in a few years.  If there is interest, please send your parents my way.

Stanford Lacrosse Camp
August 6-9th Overnight  / Ages 11-18
http://stanfordlacrosse.org/camp


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Ryquin Lacrosse

Ryquin Lacrosse camps and clinics are designed to produce smarter lacrosse players who are better prepared for the next level of play, through directed instruction, simulated game experiences, and targeted drills and live competition.

http://www.ryquin.com/camps.html

We are really looking forward to another fun summer. After having a great time with our teams last year, we have decided to add more teams to the mix this year. For the first time, we are offering a U-15 level in addition to our high school age groups. We have identified several competitive tournaments to compete in this summer, all within a reasonable drive of Sacramento. The boys will participate in the All West Showcase in Morgan Hill (last year in Treasure Island) and the Lake Tahoe Lacrosse Tournament in Incline Village. The girls tournaments include the Tenacity 10 Summer Splash in Danville, the Pacific Highlight Tournament in Dublin and the San Jose Summer Claxic in Morgan Hill.

Team evaluations and the first practice will take place on Sunday, June 3 and remaining practices will be held weekly leading up to the tournaments. We have some of the best coaches in the region working with our teams this year, all of whom played competitively in high school and college. Returning coaches include: Dara Robbins (who was a repeat selection to coach at the Women's Division National Tournament in Stony Brook, NY), Cheryl Flaherty, Steve McLaughlin (Coach Mac), Andy Schlabs and Mike Falk. We also welcome two current NCAA collegiate lacrosse players in Sara Fitzsimon (Wheeling Jesuit) and Jim Little (Dominican).


Lastly, we can't wait for all of the exciting off-field activities that we have planned for this summer. Ryquin Lacrosse has always been a family affair, and with your registration we welcome you to that family. By bringing the players (both boys & girls), the coaches and the families together we can celebrate our love for the game and enjoy it together. Summer lacrosse shouldn't be a chore for anyone, let's get ready to have a great time as one big community.

 


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GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp


http://www.laxcamps.com/camps/CA/CaliforniaLacrosseCampAngwinBoys.html

This is John Christmas checking in with the GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps.  I will be directing our boys’ camps at Pacific Union College in Napa (Angwin) this summer.  The camp is open to boys 8-17 and campers will be divided by age and ability.  Over the years we have worked with many local players and would look forward to the opportunity to do so again.

This year’s camp dates are July 17-20, with overnight and extended day camp options. 

As a coach and player, my life has been dedicated to lacrosse.  I played for the University of Virginia where I was named an All-American and won a National Championship.  I have played professionally in both the MLL (Boston Cannons) and NLL (Philadelphia Wings).  More importantly, I have had the pleasure of coaching youth and high school players for the past ten years.  Since moving to the Bay Area, I have begun coaching a high school team and a travel team, while giving private lessons.  My staff will include college coaches, NCAA players, and top high school coaches who are dedicated to the individual development of each camper and serve as great role models to the campers. We are an instructional teaching camp and take pride in the improvement of each camper that we see during the week

Special Offer:
We are also offering a Special Offer.  Any Camper who registers by May 15th will receive a $50 discount.  To receive this discount, campers will simply need to register online and use the Coupon Code: NAPA2012


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All West Lacrosse

www.allwestlax.com 


 

EAST COAST EXPERIENCE – WEST COAST STYLE

All West Lacrosse is committed to the continued development of Northern California lacrosse. Our aim is to make NORCAL the best place to play lacrosse on the West Coast and, ultimately, in the country. The lacrosse landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade. In Matt Ogelsby’s (AWL owner and founder) hometown of Philadelphia, the top national college lacrosse programs once ignored talented players, instead choosing to recruit from the traditional lacrosse hotbeds of Baltimore, Long Island, and upstate New York.

As a high school junior, Matt was overlooked by the elite programs of that time. Fortunately, Duke gave him the opportunity to play Division I lacrosse. When he graduated in 1995, Duke was ranked #4 in the country and Matt was the first Division I First Team All-American named from Duke since the 1950?s. The West Coast has terrific athletes and there is no reason why it, too, can’t contribute to the nation’s top programs. Over time, we are confident it will- we are starting to take huge strides already (see AWL Alumnae).