Lacrosse Camp at SD
Lacrosse camp is geared towards beginner players in their first 1-3 years of playing. Player's will learn all the fundamentals they need to start lacrosse off on the right foot. With a mix of lacrosse drills and games, as well as some non-lacrosse games to keep it light and fun, this camp is all about improving overall sport knowledge and eye-hand coordination.
Session 1 (Boys)
Monday - Thursday | June 19 - 22, 2017 | 9:00 am - 12:30 pm | Boys, Age 6-12
Equipment Provided: Helmet, Gloves, Elbow Pads, Shoulder Pads, Stick
Equipment Not Provided: Jockstrap, Mouthpiece, Cup
Session 2 (Girls)
Monday - Thursday | June 26 - 29, 2017 | 9:00 am - 12:30 pm | Girls, Age 6-14
Equipment Provided: Goggles, Stick
Equipment Not Provided: Mouthpiece
Cost is $125 per 4-day week.
Greg RoseGreg played lacrosse for Mary Washington College and went on to work with the English Lacrosse Association to coach and grow the game in Manchester, UK. Upon returning to the states, Rose continued coaching youth all-stars and spent two years in the role of Offensive Coordinator for Marymount University, a Division 3 school in the CAC and at Wootton High School in Maryland, where he led his team to the state semi-finals. Since moving to California, Greg has been Head Varsity Coach at Terra Linda High School, where he led the Trojans to their first and only NCS appearances. In addition to his upcoming work with San Domenico, Greg is a leading coach with the East Bay ACES, an all-star team based out of Berkeley, the CEO of a lacrosse company teaching young athletes how to string their own sticks, a US Lacrosse Certified Referee, and a new dad.
Greg has a sister who played for Mary Washington College as well and has close ties to the girl's game through her. She is a former Assistant Athletic Director and a current coach and player in Charlottesville, VA.
“I strongly believe that coaches are there to teach players about trusting themselves and building confidence in their abilities, whatever they may be. Sports are amazing in that they create many small, attainable obstacles to overcome, learn, and grow,” says Rose. “My main goal as a coach, is to provide an open, friendly and honest environment that will help both the coach and player grow. When players are treated with equal respect, I've found that the players reciprocate and show up to bring their best selves forward.”