Open registration to Xtreme players only. Held at Weaver Road facility at the following times.
9 am to 11 am – All 2019, 2020, and 2021 players
11:30 am to 1:30 am – 2022, and 2023 players
2 pm to 4 pm – All 2024 through 2027 players (players will be broken out by age / ability / experience)
Camp will be coached by –
Jackie Dando – Lebanon Valley head coach. Coaching Bio HERE
Naomi Radio – Juniata College Head Coach Coaching Bio HERE
Mark Pinkerton – Manheim Township HS Head Coach, Xtreme Club Director
Staff will also include current college players. We want to offer all Xtreme players an opportunity to learn and understand essential fundamentals of the game, improve skills beyond where their level is now, and to have fun and be challenged in an environment where three experienced coaches understand what and how to teach at each age.
Older high school players will have the opportunity to experience coaching from the perspective of college coaches who understand what it takes for success at the next level. Coaches will make themselves accessible to players for play evaluation and to discuss potential college fit. Middle school players will have the opportunity to be exposed to coaching that will prepare them for success at the high school level. Our youngest players will get a focus that teaches proper fundamentals and keeps them moving in a fun, positive environment that makes them enjoy the game even more! At the end of camp, all players will receive individual evaluations of strengths and identification of specific skills needed to improve.
Of course, we will have our daily awards and prizes and have a lot of fun. We’re looking to give them all exposure to different coaching styles, one on one attention, and a chance to work on their games away from tournaments and their normal team environment.
Congrats to the 14 Xtremers and all the players who made the US Lacrosse Central PA National Tournament team! Event info is HERE. Good luck to all the players representing Central PA in the tournament. Roster below, Xtreme players in Red
Our Little Xtremer summer program has open registration for all current 3rd and 4th grade players. Both experienced and beginner players may register. We'll have plenty of coaches available to divide players by ability and offer instruction appropriate to the level of play. Last summer's player to coach ratio was less than 6 to 1.
Cost for the summer is $150 for eight 1.5 hour practices and reversible Little Xtremer team pinnie. Schedule is on our website HERE. Any rained out practices will be rescheduled. Missing some is ok - we are flexible at this age!
We're working with our philly club friends to add 2 or 3 play days which will be added in June and July. Cost for these will be separate and depend on number playing. Estimated cost is $25 to $40 each.
The focus of the program is to offer younger players the opportunity to get a jump on learning proper fundamentals and game play so both their confidence in and enjoyment of playing the game increases. It's a 100% positive environment with an emphasis on both fun and learning. Program is directed by Coach Pinkerton and coached by current College players.
Below is a list of upcoming College Clinics. All schools use clinics as an opportunity to evaluate play as part of the recruiting process. For high school players, attending clinics at a school you are interested in is a great way to be seen and for you to see the school / campus and get a feel for the lacrosse environment there. Thanks Mark Weissend for the list!
Note that schools add clinics not always far in advance so check the websites of schools you are interested in regularly to see if a clinic has been added.
The Inter Collegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association recently released a video with detailed info on the college recruting process. See the link to Video below.
From the IWLCA --
The IWLCA has produce a recruiting video where we answer many of the typical questions that you may have about the recruiting experience. Head coaches from Division I, II and III schools share their thoughts and advice on the process.
The video addresses the following topics:
The IWLCA on Recruiting
Academics, Transcripts, SATs & ACTs
Transcripts, When to Send
What is the NCAA Eligibility Center
What is a Coach Looking For
Timetable for Coach Contacts
About Sending Video
Official and Unofficial Visits
Prospect Days, Exposure, Tournaments or Camps
Recruiting, Who Can and Should Help You
N.L.I., National Letter of Intent
Information on Financial Aid
Communication, How and When Coaches Can Talk
Exposure Through IWLCA Tournaments
Your Coach Packet Profile
Social Media, Do’s and Don’ts
Recruiting Process, Factors to Consider
Timeline, Division I, II & III
The New IWLCA “Debut” Events
Parents’ Role, Recruiting Process