No camp is complete without games, though, and my favorite as a camp coach is Sharks and Minnows. Here’s the calm before the sharknado… (and what comes after!)
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I have worked a lot of different lacrosse camps in my day. Big time instructional camps, team camps, and recruiting camps, I’ve seen them all. But nothing gets me more excited than a small lacrosse camp, with a high counselor to camper ratio.
A new partnership between Easton Sports and 3d Lacrosse aims to improve player performance and grow the sport nationwide.
A Rhino is on the loose in Idaho!!! Coach Rhino that is.
Some serious lax has been brought to Oregon. Oregon resident and lacrosse legend Rhino Ryan Powell is bringing his proven coaching style to the mountain town of Bend and he would love for you to join him!
The Rhino Lacrosse Academy in West Linn is easily one of the premier stops of the summer for lacrosse on the West coast and an extra special experience for any camper willing to make the trip. Don’t miss out in 2013!
The last day of camp was sure to put a nice bang on what had already been an awesome camp. It was clear to much of the staff that this was a bitter/sweet day when we asked the kids to try and pack up most of their things and the realization that this was it hit them.
The much anticipated day of the Xcelerate Olympics was upon us. All the coaches had been pumping this day up all week and let’s just say nobody slept in on this scorcher of a day.
Final day of camp and myself and all the campers are wishing that this fun extravaganza could continue forever.
A much needed shady breezy morning to start of the day in the city of Trees.
From the beginning of Day 2 you could sense that it was going to be a good day. Everyone was eager for yet another fun day of learning and competition on the lax field and boy oh boy did this day provide that.
Rhino went out with a bang on Day 4. Coaches helped the campers tune up their games as much as possible in the morning and afternoon drills so each team would be prepared for the playoffs. It was very apparent that all the campers were taking full advantage of the drills and coaching as the level of competition was at an all time high.
The campers and coaches kept the heat turned on throughout Day to at Rhino Lacrosse Camp in West Linn, OR. Before even a single word from Coach V, every player took the field and started warming up.