WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
All Campers MUST bring a linens/pillow for their bed.
Either a sleeping bag, or sheets & a blanket with a pillow.
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
Soap / Shampoo / Deodorant / Tooth Paste / Tooth Brush
Swim Suit / Lacrosse Shorts (2) / Sweat Pants / Sweat Shirt / Clothing for the Week / Jacket
Three Towels / Many Socks for the week / Many Underwear for the week
Alarm Clock / Play Station Games (if you want) / Sun Screen / Hat
Sneakers / Cleats / Mouth Piece / Gear Bag
LACROSSE GEAR- Helmet, Gloves, Shoulder Pads, Arm Pads, Stick, Cup & Jock
All lacrosse playing will take place on the lacrosse fields and not near the dorm.
Anyone caught breaking the rules of camp will be sent home without refund!
DO NOT BRING ANY LACROSSE BALLS TO CAMP AS THEY WILL BE CONFISCATED!
1. No Smoking
2. No Alcohol
3. No Drugs
4. No Weapons
5. No Ice Chests
6. No Skateboards
7. No Chewing Tobacco
8. No Fireworks
9. No Foul Language
10. Respect The Dorm/University Property
11. No Fighting
12. No Hazing/Bullying
13. You cannot sell anything while at Camp
14. No Body Checking
15. No Lacrosse Play at the Dorms
CHECK-IN, CHECK-OUT AND GAME DAY PARKING
As with all college campuses, parking is by permit only at all times.
Whether you are checking in, checking out or watching games...you MUST have a permit.
We are not responsible for any tickets you might receive for not following the parking rules of the campus.
Permits can ONLY be attained through an APP called PayByPhone.
1 hour is $2.00, 3 hours $5.00 and all day $10.00
Here is the link to download the PayByPhone App
Parents are encouraged to attend the game sessions all day Saturday and Sunday morning, as it is a great way to see your son in action against players from around the west. Game schedules can be obtained during check-in at the dormitory. If you do attend his games… Please no negative comments of any kind while watching your son play. As the coaches in camp are constantly teaching and we have only 1 referee, not every call will be made, so don't go yelling at the referees either. We at Great Western feel it is important that the parents get involved with their child’s lacrosse experience no matter what age. The more interest you show, the more opportunities he will have to play this great sport and possibly further his education through it.
Thank you in your interest in a sport that we love so much. It is our quest to provide the best possible teaching medium and training opportunity for all young lacrosse players in the west, no matter what level of experience they may be. Any information and/or ideas that you can give us on how to make the camp better, please feel free to drop us a note anytime during the year. Our main goals are to spread our love, knowledge & enthusiasm of this great sport; work hard to get young players an education through the sport and lastly, get you all hooked and having fun!
Thanks you for the support for our Great Western Lacrosse Programs.