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Carroll Manor Lacrosse Camps and Clinics

A great way for a player to continue to develop their lacrosse skills during the off season is to participate in summer camps and/or play club lacrosse.  Listed below are a number of camps and club programs.  There are literally hundreds of camps and clubs to choose from, but we've limited the list local programs.  Please note this list is provided for your convenience and CMLAX does not specifically endorse any of the camps or clubs below.

Boys Camps

Lax Factory Camps

Run by Josh Funk, former D1 lacrosse player and Founder of Lax Factory. A number of CMLAX players have attended and learned a lot from Coach Josh's Winter, Spring and Summer camps.

The Elite 150 Lacrosse Camps

A camp run by Tom Gravante, Men's Head Coach at Mount St Marys. A number of CMLAX players attended last season and really enjoyed it.

FCPRD Boys Lacrosse

Run by Frederick County Parks and Recreation Department. These reasonably priced local day camps ($69/week) are great opportunities for players to expand their lax skills this summer. Camps emphasize ball touches and proper techniques. Coaches are current or former collegiate players.

Lionheart Lacrosse Boys Camp

Run by Lionheart Lacrosse their Summer Pride Camp is offered in Frederick, MD. It is for ages 6-16 of all skill levels. Players will be divided by age and ability to ensure that each participant gets the most out of camp.

Hood College Boys Lacrosse Camp

Run by Hood College Head Coach Brad Barber, this camp is open to the first 100 boys of all skill levels.

Urbana Boys Youth Lacrosse Camp

Run by the Urbana High lacrosse coaches

Sunrise Lacrosse Camp

Taylor Valencia and Jason Murphy are hosting a lacrosse camp this summer (July 7th-11th) for boys ages 9-11. They are former students of Walt Bartman and would love to pass on our lacrosse knowledge to your players. This is a developmental camp designed to improve each player’s individual skills to take them to the next level of their game.

Girls Camps

Lax Factory Learn to Lax Clinic

Lax Factory will be holding a Learn2Lax boys & girls evening camp July 28th-30th. Learn2Lax caters to beginner-level players, new to the game aspiring to develop strong fundamentals and small concept play. Our program prides itself on developing the lacrosse community in the Tri-County area from the bottom up. We want our youth players to be given every opportunity to develop their skills and field IQ from day one.
Learn2Lax will be open to Rising 2nd Graders all the way up to Rising 10th Graders. The evenings will run from 5:00pm-8:00pmat Rivers Edge Farm Complex. 
Trey Wilkes, Director of Operations

Lionheart Lacrosse Girls Camp

Run by Lionheart Lacrosse their Girls Summer Pride Camp is offered in Frederick, MD. It is for ages 6-18 of all skill levels. Players will be divided by age and ability to ensure that each participant gets the most out of camp.

RadLax Girls Lacrosse Camps

Radical Lacrosse was founded with the desire to positively impact young girls through the sport of lacrosse and to build awareness and growth in the Western MD area. Radlax, for short, is an all inclusive organization designed to teach beginners and intermediate players the fundamentals while challenging the girls to advance their skills. Concepts are taught progressively and in a repetitive fashion that helps the athlete retain their skills.

Univ of Maryland Girls Lacrosse Sleepaway Camp

Join the 2014 National Championship team and coaches for a few days of excellent lacrosse instruction, cool prizes and lots of fun!  Camp Sessions at the University of Maryland: Ages 10-18

June 21-24 or July 5-8 2015   Stay in AC Dorms and learn from the best!

BreakAway Lacrosse Clinics

Dynamic Skill Training for Boys & Girls, 4-weeks of clinics hosted by Frederick Co. Parks & Recreation

Experienced lacrosse coaches will provide in-depth hands-on covering stick-work, ground balls, shooting/passing and offensive/defensive concepts. Participants will learn and enhance basic fundamental skills through drills and simulated game play. All participants are required to provide their own equipment, see below. Boys required: lax helmet, lax stick, shoulder/arm/elbow pads, gloves and athletic shoes/cleats. Girls required: girls lax stick, protective lax eyewear, mouth guard, athletic clothing and footwear.

7-14 yrs / 5 days / $69

June 29 – July 3     Ballenger Creek Park     8:30 – 11:30am

July 13 - 17     Urbana District Park     8:30 – 11:30am

July 27 - 31     Old National Park     8:30 –11:30am

Aug 10 - 14     Ballenger Creek Park     8:30 – 11:30am


Club Teams

Club team tryouts are typically scheduled for the late Summer / early Fall.  Most teams hold two tryouts and your player is encouraged to attend both.  Listed below are several clubs that Carroll Manor Lacrosse has worked with in the past...  When selecting a club team, be sure to ask if their schedule conflicts with the WMYLC Spring Season!

Although the club programs potentially offer a great experience for the player, they are also highly competitive (requiring tryouts and not guaranteeing playing time) and expensive (typically $800-1500 for the Spring / Summer) plus travel expenses to tournaments.  You should consider talking to your player's coach in advance of attending a tryout.

Private Lessons