The Game Ready Instructional Camp is committed to developing each camper as an athlete, student and citizen. The staff will accomplish this task with effective coaching, positive leadership and by providing a competitive environment. The staff is comprised of college coaches and players.
College lacrosse coaches across the country are regularly commenting on the need for summer instructional opportunities to develop young players. Game Ready Lacrosse was created to fill this need!
The Game Ready Instructional Camp is designed to develop campers in the following areas:
|WEDNESDAY, MAY 29||THURSDAY, MAY 30||FRIDAY, MAY 31|
|Afternoon Session||Morning Session||Morning Session|
|Dinner||Lunch||Awards & Raffle|
|Evening Session||Afternoon Session||Check-out (12:00)|
Boy's ages 9 - 15. Players will be placed in groups according to age and experience.
LOCATION AND FACILITIES
The Game Ready Instructional Camp is located on the beautiful campus at Mercer University. The campus has a 35 million dollar athletic complex, spacious dormitories and a dinning hall with many food options.
Camp check-in will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 at the Drake Field House on May 29th.
Camp check-out will be held from 12:00 to 1:00 at the Drake Field House on May 31st.
*Please bring all required items to check-in including the camp waiver.
All meals during the camp will be provided in the Mercer University dinning hall. Snacks, drinks and pizza will be avialable for purchase at the camp store. There will be hydration stations set up on the field to keep campers hydrated throughout the day.
WHAT TO BRING
All players attending the Game Ready Instructional Camp are required to provide their own equipment (helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, mouth piece, etc). A check list will be sent to all registered campers closer to the start date.
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.