Boys and Girls Lacrosse Camp – July 27 to July 31
CLU Camp 2019 is in the books. It was our best camp yet with over 100 girls and boys in attendance. Dos Vientos next! Sign up now! pic.twitter.com/LQ1BXLZ3zA
— Silverfin Lacrosse (@silverfinlax) June 20, 2019
**Our second camp of summer 2020 is officially scheduled to take place during the dates above!**
Packaged as part of our elite team experience or attended individually, our annual California Lutheran instructional lacrosse camp features something for players of all ability levels. Receive high level lacrosse training from major Division-1 and Division-3 coaches at one of the finest training facilities on the west coast! A staff of this magnitude has not been seen at a youth lacrosse camp in Los Angeles until now.
Our training process involves copious amounts of balls which means hundreds of reps every day. Touches are everything to the developing player. Our instructional camp experience is efficient, proven, and effective for players of all ability levels. This camp has been a staple of the Los Angeles lacrosse community for twelve years with players from Simi Valley boys lacrosse, Thousand Oaks boys lacrosse, Newbury Park boys lacrosse, Agoura high boys lacrosse, Westlake boys lacrosse, Calabasas boys lacrosse, Santa Barbara boys lacrosse, LA Heat Lacrosse, LA Mavericks Lacrosse, and Santa Clarita boys lacrosse in regular attendance.
When: June 27th to July 31st (Monday through Friday)
Where: California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA
Location: North Field, 3155 Campus Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Time (Day Campers): 9:00am to 1:30pm
Boys: $350 Day Campers
Girls: Email email@example.com for information
– Boys and Girls Ages 6 – 14, beginner to advanced, free loaner gear available
-Lunch each day
Disregard the coach information below which is now being reserved for a later date. Coaches will still have Division-1 and 3 backgrounds but will be assembled this week due to the last minute nature of the camp.
Ryan Danehy – Assistant Coach, Bucknell University
Danehy brings 15 years of experience as a coach at every level: he spent eight years as a coach at Dartmouth College and the University of Michigan. In June 2017 Danehy was named the President and Chairman of the Turkey Lacrosse Association, coaching the Turkish national team at the 2018 FIL World Field Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel.
Because of his extensive experience from all points of the lacrosse spectrum, Danehy is widely considered a leading expert on the lacrosse collegiate recruiting process.
Jimmy Ryan – Assistant Coach, Rutgers University
Jimmy is in his first year as assistant coach at Rutgers University where he works with the goalkeepers and face-off specialists. Prior to Rutgers he was the offensive coordinator at Western New England College where the team scored 184 goals in 18 games with a 7-1 in conference record in 2018.
Ryan was a four year letter winner at Ithaca College where he was team captain in 2015 and played in the annual North-South senior All-Star game.
Doug Dwyer – Assistant Coach, U. S. Merchant Marine Academy
Doug Dwyer just started his 16th season as an assistant coach with the United States Merchant Marine Academy lacrosse program. He works as the offensive coordinator of the team and most recently helped guide the club to its best season in Academy history with a school record 13 wins and the program’s first bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to USMMA, Dwyer coached the Garden City High School Trojans boy’s lacrosse team between 1984-2003. During his tenure the Trojans compiled a record of 379-35 which included 11 Nassau County, 10 Long Island and four New York State Championships (1986, 1994, 1997 and 2000). He also founded the Garden City Lacrosse Alumni Association in 2000.
The native of Hicksville earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education at Southern Connecticut State University and a master’s degree in sports management from Adelphi University in 1987.
Kenny Broschart – Assistant Coach, High Point University
Broschart, who came to HPU after a 10-year stint at Michigan, works directly with the face-off unit while assisting with the team’s defense and man-down unit. His impact was immediately felt as the Panthers’ face-off unit went from a 33.9 in 2017 to a 50.8 win percentage in his first season in 2018.
Broschart came to the Triad after spending a decade in Ann Arbor, Michigan at the University of Michigan. He became the defensive coordinator as the program transitioned to NCAA competition in 2011. Similarly, while running all aspects of the defensive strategy and scouting, Broschart served as the program’s recruiting coordinator.
The New York Institute of Technology graduate broke into the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant in charge of New York Tech’s defense. That season the Bears posted a 13-1 record and claimed the NCAA Division II national title.
Before joining the New York Tech staff, Broschart was a three-time USILA All-America defenseman from 1997-2001. During his playing career, the Bears posted an impressive 40-12 record.
TYPICAL DAY SCHEDULE
- 7:30AM-8:30AM: Breakfast
- 9:00AM-11:00AM: Session 1
- 9:00AM: Warm up, stretch, skill work
- 9:45AM: Stick work. (stick, helmet and gloves)
- 10:00AM: Skills work, positional training
- 10:30AM: Games (i.e small games, 3 on 3, broken)
- 11:30AM-12:30PM: Lunch
- 1:00PM-3:30PM: Afternoon session & games
- 5:00PM-5:45PM: Dinner
- 6:00PM-7:15PM: Night games on fields (Full field games, and 3X)
- 7:30PM-9:30PM: Pizza and movies at dorms, camp store open
- 10:00PM: Lights Out
WHAT TO BRING
Everyone should bring the following items to camp:
- LACROSSE STICK
- HELMET AND MOUTHGUARD
- SNEAKERS (NON-MARKING SOLES) AND CLEATS
- PROTECTIVE CUP
- ELBOW AND SHOULDER PADS
- WATER BOTTLE
- BEDDING (SHEETS AND PILLOW) OR SLEEPING BAG
- SNACKS AND DRINKS
- SPENDING MONEY FOR CAMP STORE AND PIZZA
Water will be available on site, but please bring water containers to reduce unnecessary waste. Please submit medical forms to indicate any medical/special conditions to advise our staff.