| Camp Brochure
Jan. 28, 2011
Annapolis, Md. -
The Navy women's lacrosse team is offering a wide variety of 2011 summer camps. Girls from age 5 all the way to rising high school seniors will be able to attend a summer lacrosse camp at the United States Naval Academy in June and July.
Navy Women's Lacrosse Camps are designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game, as well as team concepts in a fun, educational and confidence building environment. It is a chance to learn sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork. It is also a great opportunity to meet other young lacrosse players and experience different coaching techniques from some of the best coaches in the nation.
The camps will be directed by Cindy Timchal and the Navy women's lacrosse coaching staff. Timchal is the all-time wins leader in NCAA lacrosse history and has won eight national championships.
Navy Youth Day Camp
Session I: June 20-21, 2011
Session II: June 22-23, 2011
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
5 years to 12 years of age
One Session - $160
Both Sessions - $300
This camp is specifically designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game: throwing, catching, shooting, ground balls, offensive and defensive skills, feeding and confidence level improvement, in a fun and educational atmosphere. Goalie instruction will be offered.
Navy Elite Gold Camp
June 23-25, 2011
Rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors
This challenging camp is designed for the elite lacrosse player who aspires to play lacrosse in college. The sessions are intense, highly competitive, and emphasize high level techniques, skills and strategies. Evening sessions include full-field games. Goalie instruction will be offered. Camp also includes a College Recruiting Question and Answer session.
Navy Open Blue Camp
July 5-7, 2011
Rising seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders
This camp is designed for players of all ability levels. There is a strong emphasis on mastering skills as well as moving on to more advanced parts of the game. Sessions will focus on individual skills, team concepts and full field play. Campers will be
divided by age and skill level in order to provide the appropriate learning environment. Goalie instruction will be offered.
Registration: Online registration is available at www.NavySports.com. Click on the Camps link or mail attached application and payment in FULL to the Naval Academy Athletic Association. Payment by credit card is accepted ONLINE ONLY. Navy Lacrosse Camps allow the athlete to experience the university setting in beautiful Annapolis, MD. After we receive your registration information you will receive a confirmation packet with parking information.
Confirmation: Once we receive your registration information we will send you a confirmation packet for the camp you have registered for with detailed information.
Medical Care: All campers must have their own accident and health insurance. A certified trainer will be on duty for all camps include 24-hour accessibility.
Lodging: Overnight campers stay in the largest dormitory in the United States - Bancroft Hall - which is AIR CONDITIONED! Campers will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in King Hall, which hosts all 4,400 Midshipmen at once.
Facilities: For the Open and Elite camp, we will be using our turf facility and grass fields located at Farragut Field off of Brownson Rd. on the Academy grounds. For Youth Day Camps, we will be using Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at 511 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, MD 21401.
Typical Overnight Schedule
9:00 Warm up and stretch
9:30-11:30 Session I
11:30 Free time/optional extra skill session
2:00 Coaches demo
2:30-4:00 Session II
4:00-4:30 Camper vs. Counselor games
6:30 Full field team games
8:30 Return to dorm, commuters picked up
9:30 Night program (pizza, Q&A)
11:00 Dorm check, lights out
For more information or questions, please contact Navy Women's Lacrosse at
(410) 293-8797 (Phone)
(410) 293-5526 (Fax)