Brown Lacrosse Prospect Camp (Lars Tiffany 300 Recruiting Camp)
Athletic Camps on the Brown Bears Campus
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Camp enrollment begins in early February 2014.
Lars Tiffany's 300 PHILOSOPHY:
The LT 300 (formerly known as the Showcase recruiting camp) brings together high school varsity players from all over the country. The competition will include games and a tournament style finish to allow the future stars of lacrosse to show their abilities in front of collegiate coaches from all levels. LT 300 (formerly known as the Showcase recruiting camp) is a competitive camp for varsity players that will draw talent to the wonderful campus of Brown University in Providence, RI. Take advantage of this opportunity to be on an Ivy League Campus and display your talent.
** Those students interested in a less physically demanding camp with more skill development should attend Lars Tiffany's Lacrosse Camp from June 30-July 3. **
Morning sessions will consist of positional teaching and transition drills. Afternoon sessions will include advanced full-field drills, team practices, and league games. During the evening sessions, league games will be played. Each session will last 2 hours. Meals are served in the Brown University dining hall prior to each session.
Campers must provide their own equipment.
What to bring:
A Brown Lacrosse Camp reversible will be provided
7:30 WAKE-UP Call
8:00 Breakfast: All-You-Can-Eat
9:15 1st Lacrosse Field Session: Including Coaches Instructional Clinic
12:00 Lunch: All-You-Can-Eat
1:45 2nd Lacrosse Field Session: Including a Players Demonstration
5:00 Dinner: All-You-Can-Eat
6:45 3rd Lacrosse Field Session: Games
8:30 Commuter Pick Up at the Fields
9:00 Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, Brown Gear and More!
10:15 LIGHTS OUT after a GREAT DAY of Lacrosse!
ABOUT THE AREA
Providence, Rhode Island’s capital, brings you over 200 years of history. Considered America’s Renaissance City, Providence has a great deal to offer: museums, theaters, a new convention center, historic sites, other colleges and universities, an award-winning zoo, lots of shopping, fine hotels and world class dining.
Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed age requirements for each camp.