Georgetown Hoyas Women's Lacrosse Camp Ford

June 24 - June 26, 2013


2013 Camp Information

Camp Forms


June 24th
Check in from 10-12 p.m. Meet at multi sport field at 1:45 p.m., for introductions, please make sure to eat on your own before the session. For commuters we will end at 8:30 p.m.

June 25th
Camp will begin at 9 a.m., and finish at 8:30 p.m., for commuters.

June 26th
Camp will begin at 9 a.m., and check out will be at 3:30 p.m.

Please be sure to have all forms on your arrival or you will not be able to participate.

Send travel itinerary to no later than June 18th. Round trip $55 or one way $30.

Directions to multi sport field for check in - note you will have to park in the garage up arrival

Overnight campers packing list-
Shoes- sneakers/turfs/cleats
Lacrosse stuff-stick/mouth guard/goggles/water bottle
Shower stuff

The Georgetown Hoyas Women's Lacrosse Camp is specifically designed for motivated and experienced lacrosse players who are looking to prepare themselves for the next level. Training sessions will be intense and challenging, and will provide campers with plenty of "hands-on" coaching by our experienced staff. Campers will also have daily opportunities to scrimmage and participate in game situations.

The camp will run from June 24 - 26, 2013 and is designed for experienced players entering grades 7 - 12. Graduated high school senior are welcome as well.

A typical day will consist of skill sessions, team concepts/situational play, competition, small-sided games and tournament play.

Georgetown Hoyas Goalie Program

Two goalie training sessions will be taught by Meg Dentler, assistant coach Georgetown. The program will run in conjunction with the Hoyas Women's Camp. Goalies will also be assigned to all scrimmage situations and placed on a team during tournament play. Goalies must supply their equipment.

Georgetown University is committed to the care and protection of those under 18 years of age.  All University-sponsored and affiliated activities and programs, as well as those operated on campus by non-University organizations, must comply with the University’s Protection of Minors Policy.  For more information, go to