PROSPECT DAY OVERVIEW
The Bear Prospect Day is designed to expose high school aged student-athletes to Mercer University and the lacrosse program. Attending athletes will be coached by the Mercer lacrosse staff and current Bear players. Each participant will have the opportunity to enhance their skill set, gain knowledge of the game and compete against elite high school players. Spending valuable time on our campus will give you a super chance to learn more about Mercer University and the Bear lacrosse program.
9:30am Check-in (Drake Field House)
10:00am Welcome and Introductions (Five Star Stadium)
10:10am Skill Development (Five Star Stadium)
11:00am Team Concepts (Five Star Stadium)
12:00pm Lunch (Drake Field House)
1:00pm Game Competition (Five Star Stadium)
3:00pm Closing Remarks (Five Star Stadium)
Boy's graduating high school in the following years:
*Camps & Clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).
LOCATION AND FACILITIES
The Bear Prospect Day will be held on the beautiful campus of Mercer University. All lacrosse activity will take place in Five Star Stadium and Drake Field House.
Check-in will be held in Drake Field House at 9:30am on January 28th.
Pick-up will be held in Drake Field House at 3:00pm on January 28th.
*Please bring all registration materials to check-in including the camp waiver.
Lunch will be provided to all campers at 12:00 in the Drake Field House. There will be hydration stations set up on the field to keep campers hydrated throughout the day.
WHAT TO BRING
All players attending the Bear Prospect Day are required to provide their own equipment (helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, mouth piece, etc).
INSURANCE AND MEDICAL CARE
Professional certified trainers are available at all camp sessions. Each camper must be covered by his or her parent's medical insurance. A certified athletic trainer is on duty at all physical activities during the day. If your son is injured and needs to be taken to Emergency, we will attempt to contact you first. If we are unable to contact you immediately, your child's safety is our first concern and he will be taken to the proper medical facility.