Lacrosse Masters College Prospect Camps

ABOUT LACROSSE MASTERS CAMPS

College Prospect Camps

  

World Class Head Coaches

Academic Advisor

Lacrosse Masters Camp Highlights:

  • Extensive Instruction & Interaction - Direct exposure with college coaches from the world's finest academic institutions

  • Athlete Development - coaches work to enhance each participant's skills through focus on key fundamentals, best practice techniques and overall in-game IQ

  • College Preparation - gain valuable insight into how to best navigate the college recruiting process, what to expect as a student-athlete, academic standards at high-academic schools and what it takes to play lacrosse at the collegiate level

  • Competition - participants play a number of competitive games. Coaches are on-field to observe each game

  • Guaranteed Interaction and Exposure - We work with the best college lacrosse coaches in the nation - a true opportunity to present your game and your character to the decision-makers

About Lacrosse Masters

Lacrosse Masters is owned by College Properties Group (CPG), a national event management and brand development company.  CPG is rooted deep in sport. Our management team has over fifty years collective experience holding senior level positions at Nike, Inc.  Across all sports, CPG works with World Class coaches representing many of the nation’s finest academic institutions.  Our coaches represent Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, UPenn, Cornell, Columbia, Michigan, Williams, Bowdoin, Amherst, Tufts, Haverford, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Washington & Lee, Virginia, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and others.  

 

We understand the recruiting landscape and provide the student athlete with extreme value through our Instructional Prospect and Micro ID Camps. CPG owns and operates over forty camps across the nation covering lacrossesoccergolf, and hockey

CPG also represents professional lacrosse player and Princeton grad, Tom Schreiber; considered by many to be the best lacrosse player in the world in both the field and indoor game. CPG has created Tom’s TS26 brand, website and unique Elite 10 camp series. Tom is a member of the 2018 Gold Medal winning Team USA, a member of the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League and also a member of the newly created Premier Lacrosse League. View his website here.

 

CPG created and operates the Intercollegiate Mens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Game of the Week. This game is held each year and draws attendance in excess of 3,000.  The Game of the Week helps generate funds for the college coaches association.  The IMLCA provides valuable products and services to its coach members.

Frequently asked questions

How are Lacrosse Masters Camps different from others?


Lacrosse Masters Camps only work with coaches representing the nation’s highest rated academic institutions. Lacrosse Masters Camps provide a platform for coaches to evaluate players in a way that they normally would not. The camps provide coaches the opportunity to evaluate character, athleticism, IQ, communication, and overall attitude. Seeing players compete in skill training and games is a way for coaches to have real evaluations and not just rely on tournaments. In tournaments, most players will not have a chance to play in front of these coaches for a long period of time. Coaches generally attend tournaments with a specific list of vetted players. In general, they will watch half of a game and move onto the next game. Additionally, Lacrosse Masters Camps provide an opportunity for players to evaluate coaches. Student athletes generally start with a particular school of interest. From there, students must decide whether the coach, team culture, etc. fit their particular interest level. All must align as they will be spending four years together.




Is your staff comprised of Head or Assistant Coaches?


95%+ of our staff include Head Coaches.




Do you provide lodging, meals, and transportation?


Lacrosse Masters Camps do not provide lodging, transportation, or meals. Players stay at a local hotel with their parents or legal guardian.




What months are your camps held?


Lacrosse Masters Camps are held during the moths of June, July, October, December, and January. Camp schedules align with the NCAA recruiting calendar and college lacrosse season.




What geographic locations are your camps held?


Lacrosse Masters Camps hold events in Florida in January as well as on the east coast and west coast in the months of June, July, October and December.




Do the coaches recruit at your camps?


Coaches are always looking to recruit the best possible student athletes that align with their specific team strategy and vision. Camps are another “touch point” in the recruiting process. Coaches are always recruiting whether they attend a tournament or a camp. A tournament can only provide a coach one aspect of a player’s game. The camp can help a coach define character, skillset across multiple sessions, personality, and other intangibles. A good lacrosse player alone does not necessarily meet a coach’s needs. There are many good lacrosse players. Coaches are looking for the “right” players that align with specific team values. High academics are extremely important for the schools involved with our camps. For a list of commits, go to www.LacrosseMasters.com and click the Commits tab.




Are the coaches listed on the website guaranteed to work the camp?


100% yes! There are times when there is a family emergency, canceled flight and other unknowns where a coach may be late or not make the camp. If a coach is listed on the Lacrosse Masters website, the coach has confirmed his/her attendance in writing.




What does my son and/or daughter need to bring to camp?


We provide a reversible, t-shirt, and shorts. Each player is responsible for all other items including water bottle, cleats, etc.




When do your camps start and end?


Lacrosse Masters Camps are consistent with start and end times. On Day #1, registration begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 7:45 a.m. Day #2 commences at 7:45 a.m. Each day ends between 3:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. There is an hour for lunch each day. During lunch, players may come and go as they please.




Cancellation/Refund Policy:


Lacrosse Masters Camps do not offer refunds unless Lacrosse Masters cancels the camp. This includes registrations that are paid and then have a change of plans. Do not register unless you are certain you can attend.




Camp Insurance:


There is camp insurance offered for every camp. The cost is approximately $35.00 - $40.00. Lacrosse Masters recommends purchasing the insurance. The offering is made in your camp purchase confirmation email.




Do you provide film at your camps?


Not all Lacrosse Masters Camps provide film. If film is provided, there will be a fee to purchase the film post-camp. Generally, film will be sent 14 business days after the camp end date.