University of Oregon Overnight Lacrosse Camp
Going strong at UO since 2004!
|Dates||June 29–July 3, 2015
Session II: July 12-16, 2015
There is no difference between sessions — come to one or both!
|Eligibility||Boys Ages 12-18
Must have at least one season of organized lacrosse experience
No graduating seniors
All positions welcome!
|Check In||3 - 5 p.m., June 29 or July 12, Hamilton Complex|
12 noon, July 3 or July 16, Hamilton Complex
NOTE: Final games and awards ceremony will be held from 10 a.m. - 12 noon at the fields directly across from Walton Complex.
Parents are welcome to attend. For more info check with the University here.
The Eugene Airport, conveniently located approximately ten miles from downtown and campus, is serviced by United Airlines, Horizon Air, America West, Delta, and flights connecting from many major airlines.
Transportation can be provided for campers arriving by air ($20.00 transportation fee will be charged for airport service each way).
Try to arrange for a 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. arrival and a departure no earlier than 1:30 p.m., and notify us via email as soon as travel is booked with the itinerary.
|What to Bring||Full equipment (helmet w/ mouth guard, stick, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, athletic supporter with protective cup), cleats for grass fields, water bottle, alternate clothes and shoes/sandals for off-field times, towels, extra spending money if desired for pizza at night or camp store. Linens, blanket, and pillow provided by UO.|
|What NOT to Bring||Lighters (stick stringing coaches will provide them when needed), caffeine energy drinks and candy. Any alcohol or drugs found is grounds for immediate trip home at camper's expense with no refund or future credit.|
|Drug / Alcohol / Misconduct Policy||Any camper found to be in possession of or using alcohol or illegal drugs will be immediately sent home at the camper's expense with no refund or future camp credit. Any camper found to be intimidating or otherwise making it unpleasant for any other camper will also be sent home at the camper's expense, with no refund or camp credit.
As a general note — we are here to teach you how to play lacrosse. We are not here to baby sit. Please come to camp ready to play ball, have fun, and be respectful of other campers and coaches. If you are not here to do those things, we do not have room for you at camp.
Lorne Smith Lacrosse