JMU Winter Lacrosse Clinic
We hope that you can join us for our 2017 Winter Clinic! The clinic will include individual and team strategy. We will incorporate age and level specific instruction for grades 6-12. The clinic will be led and coached by the James Madison Women’s Lacrosse staff and current JMU Players. We will be hosting a Goalie Clinic coached by our very own Kerry Stoothoff.
We are excited to announce the addition of a Campus Tour. Open registration will begin at 9:30am followed by the campus tours. The tours will depart on a rotation basis offered between 9:45 and 10:45. Players and families interested must RSVP by December 6th.
We hope that you can join us on our beautiful campus for a great day of camp!
When: Sunday December 10th, 12:00-4:00pm
Where: Sentara Park Fields (University Park Outdoor Fields)
Who: Players 6th – 12th grade
Cost: $115 per player
- Group Discount (4+) $85
- For discount codes please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions / Facilities: James Madison University Park
From the North
Take I-81 south to exit 245. At the end of the exit ramp, make a left at the light onto Port Republic Rd. Drive about 1 mile and make a left onto Neff Avenue – University Park will be on your left. Parking is available to your left at the top of the hill.
From the South
Take I-81 north to exit 245. At the end of the exit ramp, make a right at the light onto Port Republic Rd. Drive about 1 mile and make a left onto Neff Avenue – University Park will be on your left. Parking is available to your left at the top of the hill.
For full refund (minus processing fee), Laxology must receive in writing by email, or leave a voice mail notice of cancellation 2 weeks before start date of camp. Any cancellations less than 2 weeks till up to the start date, will receive a credit to their account (minus processing fee). Any cancellations after the first day of camp will forfeit their full tuition.
What to Bring
- What to Bring
- Warm clothes
- Turfs or cleats
- Water Bottle
- Goalies are required to bring their own equipment