St. Alban's Lacrosse Clinic - Washington District of Columbia - Information, Reviews, Ratings
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St. Alban's Lacrosse Clinic

4 Stars based on 1 reviews (review)

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Camp Location: St. Albans School, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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Gender: Male
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Session dates: Multiple
Cost (range): $195
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Phone: 202-537-5590
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Camp's Description

This clinic seeks to develop players' skills and increase their knowledge of the sport of lacrosse. The clinic is both geared towards the serious, experienced lacrosse player, as well as the younger, novice player interested in learning about lacrosse. With this in mind, the staff of the Lacrosse Clinic has designed a fun and competitive program of drills, instruction, and controlled scrimmages to teach throwing, catching, cradling, ground balls, dodging, shooting and defensive skills, as well as team concepts. Also, a goalie coach will be on staff to work individually with the goalkeepers.

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Good for younger new player November 15, 2006
Reviewer: E. Craver from NW D.C.
4 Stars 1 of 1 people found this review helpful

I signed my son up for this cmap last summer. He really enjoyed it. It was a evening camp - don't think they offer resident camps. He's 10 and just picking up the sport as we moved from AZ - and there wasn't a youth league in our town. Anyway I though they did a good job with the kids his age and skill level. Made it about having fun and trying to learn a few key concepts. So it accomplished the goal of entertaining him and increasing his interest in lacrosse - and wanting to play more. He wants to go back next year. P.S. just came across this site when doing a search for DC are lacrosse camps - hope it catches on beacuse could really be vaulable to parents.
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