• 2019 BOYS & GIRLS SUMMER CAMPS

    Leaders in fun and player development since 2006

     

    WATCH OUR SUMMER CAMP PREVIEW BELOW!

    Camps

    All Campers receive new custom player pack(jersey, shirt, shorts, bucket hat)

    Piedmont

    June 10th - 12th

    9:30am-3pm

    $349

    Marin Overnight/Commuter

    Dominican University

    June 24th - 27th

    $695 (includes dorms, and all meals)

    $495 Commuter Day Option (includes lunch/dinner)

    (New dorm suites with Kitchens and a Pool!)

    Ross Valley

    July 8th - 10th

    9:30am-3pm

    Hall Middle School, Larkspur

    $349

    Novato

    July 15th - 17th

    9:30am-3pm

    Indian Valley College, Novato

    $349

    Sonoma State Overnight/Commuter

    July 22nd - 25th

    $645 Overnight

    $445 Commuter Day Option (includes lunch/dinner)

    (New dorm suites with Kitchens and a Pool!)

    Check in 1pm-2pm --------- Checkout 12pm

    UC Santa Cruz Overnight/Commuter

    August 5th - 8th

    (Prices include free trip to BEACH BOARDWALK)

    $695 Overnight

    $495 Commuter Day Option (includes lunch/dinner)

    Check in 1pm-2pm --------- Checkout 12pm

    Camp Details

    Booth Lacrosse Summer Camps are a great way for kids of all ages and skill level to polish their lacrosse skills in a fun and supporting environment. We combine our legendary high tempo practice and scrimmage sessions with other exciting activities(pool, beach, bowling etc).

     

    At Booth Lacrosse we are very passionate towards the athletic and personal development of the next generation of players. We not only focus on developing individuals lacrosse skills at camp but also teach them life lessons that they can take everywhere they go in life


     

    Highlights

    - Personalized Coaching from the best D1/pro players and coaches

    - Fun lacrosse games/scrimmages with great prizes!

    - Swimming, Beach, Bowling at different camps.

    - New 2019 Custom Booth Lacrosse Player Pack Includes(numbered jersey, shorts, shooting shirt, bucket hat)

    - Camper Awards with great prizes

     

    Booth Lacrosse Values

    - Integrity

    - Hard Work

    - Fun, Safe, Family style atmosphere

    - Learning through repetition(no lines)

     

    Grades

    Day Camps: Pre kindergarten - 8th

    Overnight Camps: 2nd - 12th

     

    Skill Levels

    Beginner - Advance

     

    What to bring to camp

    - Boys full gear (helmet, stick, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, cleats)

    - Girls full gear (Eye protection, stick, mouth guard)

    - Goalies full Gear(GOALIES $100 DISCOUNT OFF ALL CAMPS) email [email protected] for code

    - Pre Kindergarten boys and girls just sticks or we can provide one upon request

    - Water

    - Sun Screen

    - Snacks

    - Lunch (Day Camp only)

    OVERNIGHT CAMP ADD ONS

    -Bedding(sheets or sleeping bag, and pillow)

    -Extra clothes to hang out in

    -Towels

    -Flip flops

    -Bathing Suit for Pool!

    -Money for camp store(snacks, gatorade etc)

     

    Typical Day Camp Schedule:

    (this is a rough schedule and the directors may adjust)

    9:00am - 9:30 am: All Campers Drop-off

    9:30 am - 9:45 am: Warmup and stick work

    9:45 am - 10:00 am: Skills demo by coaches

    10:00 am - 11:00 am: Player Skills training

    11:00 am - 12:00 pm : Bigger Group Games

    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Lunch(campers bring lunch)

    1:00 pm - 1:45 pm : Team concepts training

    1:45 pm - 2:45 pm : Scrimmages (full field)

    2:45 pm - 3:00 pm: wrap up camper awards

    3:00 pm : All Campers Pickup

     

    Typical Overnight/Commuter Camp Schedule:

    (this is a rough schedule and the directors may adjust)

    - 8:00 am - 8:30 am: Breakfast in colleges cafeteria

    - 8:45 am - 9:00 am: Day campers arrive at camp field

    - 9:00 am - 11:00 am : Session 1 (player skill work)

    - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm : Lunch in colleges cafeteria

    - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm : Pool, games, hang out, film review

    - 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm: Session 2(team concepts, games)

    - 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm : Dinner in colleges cafeteria

    - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm : Session 3(Tournament Play)

    - 8:30 pm - 8:45 pm : Day camper pick up at fields

    - 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm: Free time(movie,camp store)

    - 10:00pm - 10:15pm: U10-u12 room check lights out

    - 10:45pm - 11:00pm: HS/U14 room check lights out

     

    Boys Camp Coaches

    Tyler Simmons

    Camp Director

    Played attack and midfield at Division 1 University of Denver under hall of fame coach Bill Tierney, making two final fours. He's a local player from Redwood HS scoring over 300 points in his HS career. He was a 3x all-league, MCAL player of the year, and lead redwood to win there first MCAL championship while being ranked the #19 recruit west of the mississippi by adrenaline. He has been working with Booth Lacrosse for the past 10 years, and is the assistant lacrosse coach for the Stanford college lacrosse team.

    Patrick Tracy

    Coach

    He Grew up in Marin and played for the Ross Valley Grizzlies before going to Redwood where he was a 4 year varsity starter on attack, team MVP and offensive player of the year on multiple occasions. 1x All-MCAL second team as a freshman, 3x All-MCAL first team. Led Redwood to two MCAL championships and Redwood’s 1st ever NCS championship. Went on to play division 1 college lacrosse at the University of Michigan.

    Foster Cunningham

    Coach

    Played midfield at Whittier college where he started almost every game in his career and was a two time captain. He's also a local player from Ross Valley and Drake HS where he was 3x all-league and team MVP his senior year. He has been working with Booth Lacrosse for the past 9 years.

    Girls Camp Coaches

    Ashley Hill

    Coach

    She started playing lacrosse in the 5th grade for the Novato club program and went on to play four years at Marin Catholic. She was a four time MCAL All League selection, Honorable Mention All American junior year, an All American as a senior, and Academic All American both junior and senior year. She just finished her second year at USC, participating in an NCAA elite-eight game her freshman year as well.

    Charlie Rudy

    Coach

    She started playing lacrosse for the Novato club program and went on to play four years at Novato High School. She was a four time MCAL champion and four time NCS champion(the first school to ever 4peat in NCS/MCAL history boys or girls). Charlie lead the entire nation in scoring two years in high school, was an Under Armor All-American, and runner up to the national player of the year in 2018. She'll be entering her freshman year playing D1 lacrosse at CU this year.

    What sets Booth lacrosse camps apart

    Coaching style

    We focus and the kids having fun while giving them all of the details of what it takes to become a great player. We truly believe that our coaching style doesn't only produce the best lacrosse players, but also teaches kids life lessons that they can carry with them the rest of their lives.

     

    Practical Experience

    We've worked with thousands of players to help them elevate their games to A teams, HS varsity, D1 college and pro. Everything we teach is based on our practical experience working with players of all ages and skill levels. We focus on everything the athlete needs to reach the top with lacrosse skills, fitness/strength and most importantly mindset.

     

    Simplification

    For newer players, lacrosse can seem complex. This can lead to frustration and negatively impact a player's enjoyment. By simplifying the game, and breaking it down into “pieces”, we help players better understand how to succeed. We use drills that fuse individual skills with combination play (2 v 1, 3 v 2, 4 v 4, etc.) to break down specific game situations that help players see the game in new ways and recognize recurring situations.

     

    Personal Attention

    Honing individual skill is essential to becoming a great team player. Every camper receives personal attention that helps define his strengths and areas for growth. The resulting personal assessment reveals a path to improving specific skills and dramatically accelerates player’s development.

    FAQ

    Refund Policy

    There is a $100 non refundable deposit when registering, up to two weeks prior to event start date we are able to offer a credit to a future Booth Lacrosse event but the non-refundable $100. Inside two weeks, no refund is available except in case of medical emergency, in which case a pro-rated credit may be applied to a future Booth Lacrosse event. In the event a camper is sent home for disciplinary reasons, no refund or future credit is available.

     

    What is the supervision like?

    Camper to coach ratio is 8:1. Coaches live right next to the campers at overnight camps providing 24-hour supervision. Boys and girls live in different locations during camp and are not allowed in each others dorms. A mutually respectful attitude is expected from both campers and staff. There are strict no teasing and no drug/alcohol policies. Campers found to be out of line sent home immediately with no refund or future camp credit.

     

    Where do campers live and eat?

    Campers live in the same dorms which students live during the school year. They are served three meals per day in the residence cafeteria. Additional snacks can be purchased from the camp store, and pizzas are available for purchase each night.

     

    How are campers divided at camp?

    Campers are divided first by age and then skill level, typically into MS and HS divisions. Teams within each division compete each day in full field real games for the division Campionship. We have a flexible approach to divisions, allowing each camper to move up or down if need be to find the right competition level where he can feel challenged and have fun at the same time.

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