- Heidi Pearce - Director, Head Lacrosse Coach, Washington College
- Washington College Coaches
- Washington College Players
- Other College Coaches and Players
Sample Daily Camp Schedule:
7:30am - Breakfast
9:00am - Morning Session
11:30am - Lunch
1:00pm - Afternoon Session
3:30pm - Free Time (Swimming Pool Open)
5:30pm - Dinner
6:30pm - Evening Session
8:30pm - Evening Entertainment (movies, games)
10:00pm - Room Check
10:45pm - Lights Out
Check-In / Check-Out & Camper Information
Check-in Date & Time
Sunday, July 16 between 12:30pm-1:30pm at the Sassafras Dorm. The first session will begin at approximately 2:00pm after an all-participant meeting. Parents are welcome to drop campers off or stay and watch at any point during the camp.
Please visit http://www.washcoll.edu/about/campus-map.php for a campus map. Check-in will be located at Roy Kirby Stadium. Once you have opened the map, zoom in to view the dorm. The best location to park is at the lacrosse stadium.
An Athletic Trainer will be available for consultation at check-in should you wish to discuss any allergies, medical conditions, or prescription drugs your child will need during camp.
On the first day of camp, our first meal will be dinner. Campers should arrive already having eaten lunch.
All campers will have the option of swimming at the Washington College Swimming Pool during camp.
Campers will be assigned a room key during camp and given a lanyard where he can place the key. There will be a $35 charge for any lost keys. Please bring a check made out to Washington College for $35 as a deposit for the room key. Once check-out is complete and the key has been returned, we will return this check to you.
Check-out Date & Time
Wednesday, July 19th at 12:00 pm
Day Camper Information
All day campers should report to the Lacrosse Stadium at 8:30 am (except for the first day of camp) for attendance and can be picked-up at the Lacrosse Stadium at 8:45pm when the last session of the day has ended. Day campers should arrive at camp having already had breakfast.
What to Bring
Bed linens (twin size beds) or sleeping bag
Pillow and pillow case
Casual attire / sleepwear (for evenings)
Bathing suit / Towel / sunscreen
All lacrosse equipment (Stick, mouthguard, goggles)
Sneakers/Cleats and athletic attire.
Money for camp store. Water bottle. There will be water available throughout camp. Campers do not need water bottles but can bring one if desired.