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COVID-19 PRE-CAMP SCREENING

Campers will not need to be tested for COVID-19 or required to submit a negative test result before attending camp. Each camper/parent will receive a COVID-19 screening questionnaire that must be completed before the camper can take part in any activities that day.

DROP-OFF
As we are not requiring proof of vaccination, masks will be worn by parents, campers and staff during the drop off period. Drop-off should be organized for social distancing. We encourage parents to not stay for the camp or clinic, if applicable. Parents may arrive for pick up and to watch practice 30 minutes prior to pick up, again masks must be worn. We ask at departure parents spread 6 feet apart and we will send the campers to their parents for departure.


PRACTICE

Masks: All staff will wear masks anytime we are interacting with parents/guardians or campers. All campers will be required to wear masks at all times other than when they are in drills. Coaches will wear masks at all times.


WATER

Campers must label and bring their own water containers. 

 

 

01/30/22 - 01/30/22

$175.00

Leopard ID Camp

Location: Lafayette College - 730 High St, Easton, PA 18042
Registration Ends: 01/30/2022
Graduates 2021-2024 | Starts: 10:00am / Ends: 4:30pm
Proof of full vaccination (vaccination card) or a negative test within 72 hours of camp start will be required.

Refund / Cancellation Policy


Weather Policy:  There will be NO cancellations or refunds due to weather. Schedule subject to change with weather conditions.
 
Refund Policy
ALL REFUNDS NEED TO BE MADE THROUGH SCOTT BIEDA: Email- Leopardlacrossecamps@gmail.com
 
Refund Timeline

  – On/Before Two Weeks Prior to Camp Start Date: A refund less $50 of the camp fee for clinics and refund less than $200 for camps.

  – Up until One Week of Camp Start Date: Any cancellations must include a doctor’s note of injury/illness in order for a refund (less $50 non-refundable deposit for clinics and $200 for camps) of camp fee.  All other cancellations will not receive a refund/credit.

  – Within One Week of Camp Start Date: No refunds/credits will be issued.

**Camp fees are not inclusive of the processing fees charged at the time of registration. These processing fees are non-refundable.

ABOUT US

Leopard Lacrosse Camps

Leopard Lacrosse Camps and Clinics are designed to enhance your individual fundamentals and overall skill set, presented with a hands-on approach from the entire Lafayette College Lacrosse coaching staff. Instruction provided by Lafayette Players and Coaches is structured to take your game to the next level.

We are committed to providing a camp that is both instructional and informational along with creating a great atmosphere to learn! We are committed to providing a positive and instrumental learning experience for all camps.

Lafayette College Lacrosse Camps are held throughout the course of the year. If you do not see a date or age group that works for you at this time, please check back to the site as we add new sessions often.

LEARN FROM LEGENDS

Our Coaches

PAT MYERS

Head Coach

SCOTT BIEDA

Assistant Coach

JUD HALL

Defensive Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

PATRICK SHEA

Volunteer Assistant Coach/Faceoff Coach

STEPHEN PLUNKETT

Director of Strength and Conditioning

Madison Terefenko

Director of Lacrosse Operations

Testimonials

Parents, Players and College Recruiting Coaches Testimonials

  • Good evening Coaches,

    I just recently attended your prospect camp on Sunday. I wanted to personally reach out and thank you both, as well as the rest of the staff on campus that day, for a tremendous day of lacrosse. The experience for me was like no other, the atmosphere between the coaches and players was intangible. After previously attending other schools prospect camps before attending Lafayette’s, I had a general feeling as for what I was expecting. I was blown away by the enthusiasm that all the coaches showed while on and off the field.

  • Coach Myers and Bieda,

    I attended Sunday’s prospect camp at Lafayette and wanted to say thank you for the outstanding experience. The drills, scrimmage and coaching were great and I feel I definitely benefitted from attending. Thank you again for a great experience at the prospect camp.

  • Dear Coaches Myers, Bieda, and Hall,

    Thanks for a great day of lacrosse yesterday. It was fun to be on campus, and the instruction, facilities, and pace of play were excellent. It was a great way to end summer lacrosse, and Lafayette is amazing.

  • Dear Coach Myers,

    I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the lacrosse camp last Sunday. It was a great opportunity to learn more about Lafayette and the team.

  • Hello,
    Thank you so much for meeting with me and taking me on a tour around your campus this weekend. I was really impressed with the campus and the facilities you have to offer. It seems like a great time to be a part of this program with you all starting a new chapter for Lafayette lacrosse. Lafayette is also academically a top tier school, which puts it above many opportunities.
    I hope to hear from you soon.
    Thank you

  • Thank you for having me on campus yesterday. I learned a lot throughout the day and I’m always happy when given the opportunity to
    play lacrosse, especially at such a high level. I would love to hear your feedback on my performance yesterday. Please let me know what the next steps in the process are.

Our Facilities

WHERE WE PLAY

Fisher Stadium

A 13,132-seat multi-purpose stadium, Fisher Stadium is home to Lafayette’s men’s lacrosse program. It opened in 1926 as Fisher Field.

During 2006 and 2007, the venue underwent a $33 million renovation. It reopened in time for the 2006 season complete with new seating, a JumboTron, a new press box, FieldTurf, and field lighting.

 

A 13,132-seat multi-purpose stadium, Fisher Stadium is home to Lafayette’s men’s lacrosse program. It opened in 1926 as Fisher Field.

During 2006 and 2007, the venue underwent a $33 million renovation. It reopened in time for the 2006 season complete with new seating, a JumboTron, a new press box, FieldTurf, and field lighting.

Kirby Sports Center

Kirby Sports Center is the home to the majority of Lafayette Athletics, built in 1973.

The recreation area features a distinctive atrium overlooking Fisher Stadium and the Kamine Gymnasium, which includes three 50-by-84-foot courts for basketball and other sports and an elevated 1/10-mile jogging track. The Buck Courts include six courts for racquet sports, two for squash and four that can be configured for squash or racquetball. A 6,600-square-foot fitness center and weight room includes a full strength-training circuit, spacious free-weight area, and more than 30 cardiovascular machines. There is also a 35-foot climbing wall, an aerobics area, and several offices.

The original facility, which contains Ruef Natatorium, is home to several varsity sports teams. It has been enhanced to include a new sports medicine area and a new equipment room and renovated locker rooms and administrative offices. The lobby and Athletic Hall of Fame exhibitory have been completely modernized.

Major support for the sports center was provided by the F.M. Kirby Foundation, which made a $32.5 million gift to Lafayette, the largest gift ever received by a college, university, or other non-profit organization in the Lehigh Valley.

Maroon Club Strength Center

Built in 1990, the Maroon Club Strength Center has been renovated several times, including the most recent remodel in 2015.

Aside from strength coach offices, the facility floor space is devoted entirely to workout equipment. Included among the numerous apparatus are complete free weight work stations, seven power rack stations and six bench presses. The additional equipment allows student-athletes to cut their weight room time in half, giving them time for academic work or other activities.

Contact Us

For questions or for more information, contact us at leopardlacrossecamps@gmail.com or
call 610-330-5596

All camps and clinics are open to any and all interested campers, limited only by number, grade level and graduation year, gender, and/or position.
 
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