FCA Northeast Lacrosse Camps offer an incredible experience for lacrosse players to take their lacrosse to the next level. This camp is designed for beginner to advanced lacrosse players, that are committed to the game of lacrosse, and want to learn from the very best. We will be teaching the fundamentals of the game of lacrosse.
July 17-19, 2017
9:00am – 11:30am
Veterans Memorial Park
595 Calkins Rd.
Henrietta, NY 14467
Boys Graduating HS between (2018-2027)
What do I get?
Facility Rental, Athletic Trainer Costs, FCA Tomahawks Shades, Professional-level Sports Instruction, and an unforgettable experience for each athlete.
$165 before June 10th
$190 after June 10th
Space is limited.
25 Campers Per Session.
The camp was an amazing opportunity for my son and he LOVED it! To have players (some very well known) who have graduated from the FCA program come back, on their own to volunteer their time, says volumes. Not to mention the 20+ years of being around. If anyone asks us what we think, we are the first ones to praise the FCA lacrosse program and more than happy to recommend everyone go and be part of the FCA program no matter what the sport. We have never been so happy and thankful to be part of such an amazing program. We hope to be able to be a part of the FCA organization for years to come!Camper's Parent
Head Coach Tully High School
2x NY State Championship Head Coach
Former Keuka College Coach
FCA 2020 Coach
Assistant Coach at St. John Fisher College
25+ years of Coaching Goalies
Former Attackman at Cornell
FCA 2023 Coach
Former Goalie Coach at McQuaid Jesuit
Past Varsity Goalie Coach at Calvert Hall (MD) & Head Coach Calverton (MD)
Former Goalie at Randolph-Macon
FCA 2022 Coach
Through stations and small group work, our coaching staff will concentrate the game in a detailed progression with the goal of improving each player’s skills. Additionally, staff will provide campers with strategies that can be implemented for ongoing skill improvement.
Instruction will be detailed and will concentrate on fundamentals while providing goalie-specific stations. Skills that will be taught include, but not limited to, communication, angle play/arcs, rebound control, stance and ready position, clearing and outlets, shots on the doorstep, and efficiency in stopping the ball. Specific drills and workouts will be available after camp, upon request, for players to take with them and practice on their own.
Under the direction of Coach Greg Scott, the coaching staff will lead (25 of campers) goalies through instruction and share some of the skills and fundamentals that have made them so successful in between the pipes.
Every athlete will be provided the opportunity to explore or grow in their Christian faith. Our camp guest speakers and small group Bible studies will focus on humility, truth and faith.
Camp Theme “One”
Each year we incorporate a theme on and off the field during camp. This year our theme is “ONE” based on Philippians 1:27.
“Above all, you must live as citizens of heaven, conducting yourselves in a manner worthy of the Good News about Christ. Then, whether I come and see you again or only hear about you, I will know that you are standing together with one spirit and one purpose, fighting together for the faith, which is the Good News”
Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has challenged athletes and coaches to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Camps are a time of “inspiration and perspiration” for athletes and coaches who want to reach their potential through comprehensive athletic, spiritual and leadership training.
I just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with the FCA Lacrosse program. I know that we have only been involved with FCA since September 2013 but everything that I have seen; from the organizers to the coaches, everything is done first class. I have been a lacrosse coach for the past 23 years and I cannot tell you how much it means to a lacrosse guy to see a program like this available to kids in our area. Training camp was great and the boys learned a ton. He came home talking about the huddles and what the coaches had taught him. The message that these kids are getting is something that has been missing in our society and youth sports for a long time. Keep up the good work!Local High School Coach