June 28, 2021

Grades 9 - 12

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Camp Description

Our primary objective is to provide each camper with a positive lacrosse experience in order to encourage enjoyment of the game and continue the evolution of the U.S.’s fastest growing sport. Fundamental skills are emphasized and then combined with tactical instruction. The day concludes with game competition, helping campers translate what they learn in their skill and tactical sessions into success on the field. 

The camp is open to all girls grades 9 to 12. Players will be grouped by age, experience, and ability level.

Camp Highlights

Individual Attention

Small skill groups and dedicated instructors provide individual attention for each camper

Specialized Trainings

Speed and conditioning training


Information session on the college recruiting process

General Information

What to Bring

Personal Items: Lacrosse stick, mouth guard and goggles are mandatory for participation in all lacrosse activities. Sneakers, turfs, and rubber cleats are permitted on Robb Field (no metal cleats are permitted). Goalkeepers must provide their own equipment. Water and ice will be available on the field, but players are encouraged to bring water bottles. Please label your gear. The University is not responsible for lost or misplaced belongings.

Masking requirements: Shippensburg University requires all individuals to wear masks while on campus. Masks must be worn during any breaks or other periods of non-activity/non-participation. Masks must also be worn during all indoor physical activities.

Residential Camper

For all our residential camps, campers will be housed in suite-style residence halls. Due to COVID-19 restrictions we are allowing only one person per bedroom. Amenities include air-conditioning and a bathroom for every two campers. You will need to bring sheets, pillow, pillow case, towels, blankets, and washcloths with you. Washers and dryers are available on each floor in the residence hall and are free to use.

Accessibility Resources

Requests for accommodations, auxiliary aids, or services must be made in writing to the Office of Accessibility Resources at least fifteen (15) days before the camp begins. The Office of Accessibility Resources is located at Shippensburg University, 1871 Old Main Drive, Shippensburg, PA 17257-2299, (717) 477-1364, oar@ship.edu.

Camp Fees

Residential Camper
Commuter Camper

Our Team

Staff coaches will include a select group of collegiate players. In addition to coaching responsibilities, these staff members provide direct support and encouragement as role models to developing players.

Nicole Meehan

Nicole Meehan

Head Coach
Nicole Hinkle

Nicole Hinkle

Assistant Coach
Morgan Reifsteck

Morgan Reifsteck

Assistant Coach

Camp Schedule

Camp Day
8:30 - 9:00 AM
Check in - Robb Field
1:15 PM
Dismissal - Robb Field

Absolutely no visitation by family members during the camp unless permission is granted by the camp director. Experience has shown that the campers are more receptive to instruction and less stressful when outside adults are not present.

Registration Information

Register Early:Space is limited to facilitate individual attention.

Registrations will be accepted up to one week prior to the start of camp. An administrative fee of $75 will be deducted from all refunds. No refunds will be given after on-campus check-in. Conference Services reserves the right to cancel any camp that has insufficient enrollment up to two weeks before the opening of camp. A full refund will be given if the camp is canceled.

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