Below are some of the summer camps offered locally. CYLAX does not endorse any camp over another and merely provides these to help our parents and players realize that there are a LOT of choices and opportunities to continue to learn the great sport of lacrosse:
2nd Annual FLN Technical and Tactical Lacrosse Clinic @ Dean College July 8-11 9:00am - 3:00pm for boys going into Grades 2-8.
Our clinic Tri-Directors bring a variety of lacrosse experiences for the instruction of players. Please visit FLN - Our Staff for Complete Bios.
Scott Carpenter - Boys Head Lacrosse at Cumberland High School, Cumberland, RI
Brien Keller - Director Franklin Lacrosse Network
Matt Schairer - Mens Head Lacrosse Coach at Dean College, Franklin, MA
Our Clinic Philosophy
Our teaching of lacrosse comes from best practice and providing an environment for kids to learn from the game and have fun.
We emphasize a “learn by doing” approach through modeling a skill and providing time for players to replicate it in a realistic setting.
Players are also "engaged in creative small-sided games" where they can demonstrate learned skills in a fun setting.
We provide a structure where players are given multiple opportunities to "think tactically" based upon what an opponent decides.
Our Clinic has a low Player to Coach Ratio. We will keep our ratio to 8-1.
At the end of the week your child will receive an evaluation sheet with links to videos to help further improve play.
Our daily schedule will include a variety of lacrosse training and related experiences for our players. We will provide multiple opportunities and diverse activities to ensure that kids will have fun while improving in the game of lacrosse.
Our training will focus on ability level instruction in the following areas.
Throwing/Catching, Cradling, Dodging, Face-Offs, Ground Balls, Individual Defense, Shooting, and Stick Improvement.
Team Defensive Shape
Transition from (Off.-Def.) / (Def.-Off.)
Team Offensive Spacing
We believe in games that involve fewer players on each side. This environment allows for players who are more connected to the play. It also allows for a higher frequency of individual technical and tactical involvement.
Learning without Helmets
We know that having a lacrosse helmet on all day in the summer heat is not optimal.
Players will get an opportunity to participate in games that do not involve lacrosse equipment but reinforce technical and tactical skills learned.
Additionally kids will spend some time in an air-conditioned classroom to learn in an interactive way of how to improve targeted skills.
Tuition - $295
Exclusive Play on Grant Field (Turf)
Daily Lunch Provided at Smith Dining Center on the Dean College Campus
Food includes entrees, pizza, ice cream machine and other food choices.
Individual and Team Award
Individualized Player Evaluation
To register please click on the following link.
FLN Bulldog Summer Clinic On-Line Registration Form
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Narragansett Day Camp
Dates: July 15th-18th, 2019
Boys & Girls
U9: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
U11 – U15 & HS: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Surf and Turf: 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Broad Rock Middle School Wakefield,RI
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**You can click the name of the camp for information and registration**
If any parents have questions about the Narragansett Day Camp, they can reach out to me by email (
) or phone (513-706-5071) any time!