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Women’s Lacrosse Camps


Lacrosse camps can help improve your skills and gain exposure to college coaches to increase scholarship opportunities. A lacrosse camp also provides you with the ability to improve your playing skills and learn from many of the country’s top coaches. Finding the right girls lacrosse camp doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does require a few extra steps. Use our list of college lacrosse camps below to find a lacrosse camp near you.

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University of Michigan
Calendar icon Aug 20, 2022 Aug 20, 2022
Ann Arbor, MI
Ages / Grade Level: 9th – 12th
Division: NCAA D1
$225
Pitt Lacrosse Camps
Calendar icon Aug 20, 2022 Aug 20, 2022
Pittsburgh, PA
Ages / Grade Level: 13yr – 18yr
$150
University of Pittsburgh
Calendar icon Aug 20, 2022 Aug 20, 2022
Pittsburgh, PA
Ages / Grade Level: 9th – 12th
Division: NCAA D1
$150
University of Florida
Calendar icon Aug 20, 2022 Aug 21, 2022
Gainesville, FL
Ages / Grade Level: 14yr – 18yr
Division: NCAA D1
$275 – $325
XPO Lacrosse
Calendar icon Aug 28, 2022 Aug 28, 2022
Hillsborough Township, NJ
Ages / Grade Level: 13yr – 18yr
$625

FAQs about women’s lacrosse camps

What to expect at lacrosse camps

Women’s lacrosse camps are designed to help you improve your skills and become a more developed recruit for college coaches. You’ll build on your existing skillset and have the opportunity to learn from current college coaches – often in drills you haven’t done before.

When you’re choosing a camp, be honest when you reflect on your level of play; an important part about deciding which camps are right for you is understanding whether you’re an intermediate, advanced or elite player. If you end up at a skill level dissimilar to your ability to play, you won’t get as much out of the camp.

Participation in tournaments and camps is critical to the recruiting process.

Types of lacrosse camps

Note that several types of camps are offered by these various organizations. Options include summer lacrosse camps, winter lacrosse camps and spring lacrosse camps as well as day camps and overnight camps.

Make sure that the camp chosen fits your skill level as that will help you flourish and get as close to your potential as possible. Consider camps organized by youth lacrosse leagues, teen lacrosse training camps, high school camps and college elite camps.

Also take note of the benefits that lacrosse showcases provide you. Lacrosse showcases provide tremendous opportunities to challenge yourself against many of the country’s best players. They also allow you to showcase your skills for those involved with lacrosse recruiting. Lacrosse combines also provide you with a means to impress lacrosse recruiting coaches, but those are not as focused on seeing you work within a team setting as lacrosse showcases are.

You should also consider clinics as they provide settings that are a bit different from lacrosse showcases. At clinics, you receive more one-on-one training and get to focus on improving more specified aspects of your game. Another option is an advanced camp. These offer training that is even more specialized, focused on the different positions on the field.

Lacrosse tournaments

As far as which are the best teams, irrespective of academics, you have several researching options available. Of course, consider which teams participated in the NCAA Championship events, the March Madness-type postseason events that the best college lacrosse teams across the country take part in. These are all single-elimination competitions with the Division I national champions being decided on Memorial Day weekend. The national championship trophies for the best teams in NCAA Division II and III and NAIA lacrosse are awarded in the weeks prior to then.

Which camps and tournaments should you attend?

Underclassmen should look for local and regional camps to focus on skill development, while upperclassmen should attend camps and tournaments across the country where college coaches will be present.

Attending multiple recruiting camps and tournaments can be expensive. Consider both the location and whether or not college coaches in your desired division level will be in attendance when selecting which camps or tournaments to attend.

IMG Academy Lacrosse Camps

IMG Academy girls lacrosse camp

IMG Academy’s girls lacrosse camps feature position-specific, customized training for players seeking to reach their full potential. With several program options to choose from, IMG’s philosophy revolves around ensuring players receive both individual and group instruction from industry-leading coaches who have both collegiate and professional experience. With a progressive model, athletes develop through both on-field tactical and technical training along with Performance aspects, such as mental toughness and physical conditioning.

Other popular camps

A Nike lacrosse camp provides several significant benefits for you to consider as well. It’s likely that a Nike camp is being held in your state or a neighboring one. Note that Nike camps are often held on college campuses. Even if you will not be working with coaches from that college while at these Nike lacrosse events, experiencing the overall atmosphere at that school and in that city does still provide significant benefits to consider.

Nike lacrosse also offers Xcelerate to take into account when deciding which Nike events to spend your money and time on. USA lacrosse also provides a number of high-quality training camps to consider. These USA lacrosse events include high school lacrosse camps as well as ones for younger age groups, and events organized by USA lacrosse are located throughout the country as well.

Adidas camps are other high-quality options to take into account. Veteran coaches and college players tend to provide high levels of instruction at Adidas camps.

NCSA and lacrosse

NCSA College Recruiting provides a number of options that help prospective college athletes make the transition from a lacrosse recruit to a lacrosse commit. We have helped 24,000 athletes commit to a college to play a variety of sports over the past year. We also help our network of 35,000 coaches put together teams that produce on the field and fit into the cultures on their teams and in their communities.

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