Finding the right girls lacrosse camp doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does require understanding what to expect and setting goals about your camp experience. This list will help you know which college lacrosse camps are available near you where you can improve your skills and overall game.
Women’s lacrosse camps are designed to help you improve your skills and become a more developed recruit for college lacrosse 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 lacrosse camp, be honest when you reflect on your level of play; an important part about deciding which lacrosse 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.
We hope this list will help you find women’s lacrosse camps that will help you become a better player overall and in your college lacrosse search, in particular. Be sure to do your homework; only you can decide if a camp experience will be right for you.
Participation in tournaments and camps is critical to the recruiting process. To alleviate the stress of tracking down opportunities to showcase a student-athlete’s talent, we’ve identified every lacrosse tournament and camp in your area.
Insider tip: Despite the impact that coronavirus had on college sports, as of June 1, 2021, the NCAA resumed its regular recruiting rules and activity! Coaches are actively working to fill their rosters, so student-athletes should be proactive in reaching out to coaches. Read up on how the extra year of eligibility granted to athletes who were most affected by the pandemic in 2020 will impact future recruiting classes.
Student-athletes will need to take into consideration both location of tournament and what tournaments college coaches typically attend when selecting the right recruiting camps and tournaments for them. Attending recruiting camps and tournaments can be expensive. Underclassmen should look for local and regional tournaments to focus on skill development, while upperclassmen should attend tournaments across the country where college coaches will be present. Student-athletes can research what tournaments colleges coaches at their prospective schools have attended in the past when selecting which tournaments to attend.
We are continuously adding new camps to this list, so check back often to find more camp opportunities!