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  • Boise State Lacrosse Camps

    The Boise State Youth Lacrosse Camp is a chance for lacrosse players to learn, develop, and improve their lacrosse skills from the Boise State Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse teams.

    Youth Boy’s Camp – Still accepting registrations

    Camp Dates: July 30 – August 1
    Location: Recreation Turf Field
    Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm
    Age Range: 
    7 – 14
    Early Registration Cost:
    $175 ($200 after July 11th)

    Youth Girl’s Camp – CANCELLED

    Camp Dates: July 30 – August 1
    Location: Intramural Grass Field
    Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm
    Age Range: 
    7 – 14
    Early Registration Cost: $175 ($200 after July 11th)

     


    For More Information contact Jared Cox at (208) 426-5643 or email jaredcox@boisestate.edu

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: What should I bring to camp?

    • Water bottle
    • Cleats
    • Stick
    • Mouth piece
    • Healthy snack
    • (Girls) Goggles
    • (Boys) Helmet -available to rent
    • (Boys) Shoulder pads – available to rent
    • (Boys) Arm guards – available to rent
    • (Boys) Gloves – available to rent
    • (Boys) Athletic support & cup

    Q: Where is the camp located?

    Both camps will take place on the Lincoln Turf Field (directly west of the Lincoln Parking Garage and directly south of the Honors College) on the Boise State campus.

    Q: What if my child misbehaves?

    Any violation of clinic participants regulations such as damage to property, disrespect to coaches and staff, and/or any other behavior deemed detrimental to oneself, other participants, or to the organization will result in immediate dismissal from the camp.

    Q: What are the safety precautions?

    Coaches will do their best to keep all participants under supervision with a maximum ratio of 10 participants per coach. A certified athletic trainer will be on site at all times. Every effort will be made to protect each participant through proper supervision by trained staff and inspection of equipment. However, the camp assumes no responsibility for accidents or illness.

    Q: Who are the coaches?

    Both camps are led and coached by the Boise State club players.