The instructional Silverfin Summer Camp for boys and girls will take place June 18-22 at Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. The camp is open to girls ages 6-14 and boys ages 6-18, with a high school division now open.
Tailored to lacrosse players of all skill levels — beginner, intermediate and advanced — the camp has both day-camper and sleep-over (boys only) options. Loaner equipment also is available for new players. All campers will receive a reversible jersey and socks.
Silverfin director Patrick Smith said more than 100 kids already have registered, but there is plenty of room for more.
For day-campers, the camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 18-22. The cost for day campers is $295. Overnight campers will be provided all meals from camp check-in to camp check-out, along with bed linens for their overnight accommodations. Cost for overnight campers is $650.
The Silverfin Summer Camp coaching staff includes current and former NCAA Divisions I, II and III, and MCLA players and coaches. Among the coaches are Ryan Danehy, assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania, and Bruce Frady, assistant coach at North Carolina.
Cal Lutheran’s campus features both natural grass playing surface and field turf for all practices and games and an extremely moderate climate, which creates an outstanding summer training environment.
Silverfin’s training process involves copious amounts of lacrosse balls, providing for hundreds of reps every day. Touches are everything to the developing player. The instructional Silverfin Summer Camp experience is efficient, proven, and effective for players of all ability levels.
For more information or to register, visit the Silverfin website: Silverfin Lacrosse.