Boys & Girls K-8th Grade | Beginner To Advanced

    COVID 19 Guidelines


    Booth Lacrosse holds the health and wellness of athletes, spectators, and staff as its highest priority. During the summer of 2020, we have adopted the following measures, guidelines, and policies to limit the risk of the spread of COVID-19. Facility policies, state guidelines, and CDC recommendations are changing, and may be applied in addition to these measures.


    1. Parents CANNOT be on the field and if you are going to watch, please social distance and follow the guidelines that have been put forth by the state
    2. Kids who are NOT feeling well or have any symptoms at all, please stay home
    3. Kids must bring there own water, there will be no community water.
    4. Temperature checks for every child. Parents are to take their own child's temperature to ensure safety
    5. Coaches will be wearing masks
    6. Parents should pack hand sanitizer for every child.
    7. Kids will remain in their groups for the whole time even during water breaks
    8. Maintain 6 feet at all times outside of playing lacrosse during the actual sessions



    What happens if any Booth Lacrosse Summer Camps 2020 and Tournaments are cancelled due to Covid-19 virus?

    You will receive a FULL REFUND! No need to worry when choosing Booth Lacrosse!


  • 2020 Summer Camps

    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.


    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.


    JULY 13TH -16TH

    9AM - 12PM




    Register Now & Save 50 off FROM June 14th- 20th

    - Regular price on June 21st onward

    -Sibling discount $50 off on the second kid, email us for the code.


    JUNE 22TH - 25TH

    9AM - 12PM




    Register Now & Save $50 Off until (UPDATED-JUNE 17TH)

    - Regular price on June 17TH onward

    -Sibling discount $50 off on the second kid, email us for the code.


    JULY 27TH - 30TH

    9AM - 12PM




    Register Now & Save $100 Off until July 17th

    - $50 off FROM July 18th - July 21st

    - Regular price on July 22nd onward

    -Sibling discount $50 off on the second kid, email us for the code.


    JULY 20TH - 23RD

    9AM - 12PM




    Register Now & Save $150 Off until July 14th

    - $50 off FROM July 15th-July 18th

    - Regular price on July 19th onward

    -Sibling discount $50 off on the second kid, email us for the code.


    By registering for this Booth Lacrosse program, I understand ALL fees are non-refundable. It is highly recommended that you purchase insurance from a 3rd party company, RegSaver, to protect your investment from unforeseen circumstances. Summary of Coverage Link

    *Due to Covid 19, we will offer a full refund if Covid 19 impacts the camps




    A multi-award winning, dual-sport professional athlete who has spent the majority of his life around the game of lacrosse. Tim played for 10 seasons, Major League Lacrosse and the National Lacrosse League and holds the 2pt goal MLL record. In 2003, he founded Booth Lacrosse™ and has developed over 100 players to play at the NCAA level. He has coached at the Collegiate level for Nazareth, Dominican & Notre Dame de Namur. He was a 3 x captain for Hobart Football & Lacrosse teams. He earned Hobart athlete of the year in 2003. Over the last 16+ years, Tim and his team of Booth Lacrosse™ certified coaches has had the opportunity to work with thousands of players & teach them how to become the best players they can be.



    Has been coaching lacrosse since 2007. He is the Varsity Head coach and the K-12 Director for the McKinney Lacrosse Club. He has coached several years with the Prosper Youth Sports Association as Lacrosse Director and his first with the High School. Two years were spent coaching at NCAA Division III Alfred University where he worked with goalies and the offense. The next six years were spent coaching at SUNY Alfred. Five of those years were spent as the defensive coordinator and his final season as the offensive coordinator. He is currently one of the camp directors for NCAA Division I Army at West Point lacrosse. As a player, Jarrett was inducted into the Corning Sports Hall of Fame for lacrosse.

    Madison Staska


    • NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse Athlete
    • Starting Defender for the Golden Rams
    • 2x Team Captain (2018, 2019)
    • Appeared 3 appearances in the NCAA DII Tournament throughout college career
    • 2x Pennsylvania State Athlete Conference Champion, (2018, 2019)
    • 1x Atlantic Region Champion (2019)
    • NCAA Division II National Championship Runner-up (2019)
    • Unsung Hero Award from WCU Women’s Lacrosse Team (2019)
    • Distinguished Leader in Athletics Award from West Chester University

    Amy Fortney


    Amy is the current program director and the varsity head coach for the Plano Premier Girls Lacrosse program. She just finished her fourth year with the program in 2019, taking the team to their fourth straight State Tournament appearance. In 2018 the team had their most successful year yet, finishing second in the North District and second in the state of Texas, falling to Greenhill in the Texas D2 State Championship game, 14-9. Amy is also a coach for Grit Lacrosse in Dallas, where she coaches the 2020 and 2023 teams. Amy is a Syracuse, NY native and received her bachelor of arts degree in political science from the University of Kansas in 2002 before obtaining her master's degree in education in 2005 from Kansas.

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