Development Lacrosse Camp
Elite Prospect is an invite-only, two night, three day training camp for the best-of-the-best middle school players in the Maryland/DC area. This camp will present an amazing opportunity for highly skilled players to maximize their potential and reach the highest level possible. The camp will use a great deal of video analysis using iPads to study and improve body mechanics and technique. Our goal will be to focus on the three or four skills that will allow each player to dominate at the NCAA level.
During Elite Prospect our athletes will experience intense, fast paced NCAA like sessions, we will do playbook and film study, feature guest speakers on strength and conditioning and nutrition, college recruiting and prep, as well as time management skill building.
The total number of players across all grades is 60. During all of our instructional sessions, all grades/positions will train together. During competion we will pair up players of similar skill and grade.
July 25, 26, 27 | St. Timothy’s School, Stevenson, MD
Sample outline of Elite Prospect Itinerary: Subject to change
2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Positional Field Work
Attack, Midfield, Defense, Goalie Training
Compete (1v1, 2v2)
Our staff has been hand selected to provide the best development training for each individual position as well as overall athlete performance.
Mark is a 1993 graduate of Umass where he was a 2x First team AA. Former MLL MVP and 2009 inductee to National Hall of Fame Mark has run camps for the past 22 years with over 22,000 athletes attending from around the nation.
Mark has run instructional camps for 22 years with over 22,000 campers and is one of the co-creators of Project 9 Lacrosse elite training camp.
Coach Klausner attended Towson State University and played under the legendary Carl Runk where he was twice named All-ECC conference defender, and was a All-American in 1988. Also, he was named the teams most outstanding player in 1988, and was enshrined into Towson University's athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.
In addition to his playing career, coach Klausner also coached lacrosse on the collegiate level working for Johns Hopkins, Towson, and Anne Arundel Community College. Working as a defensive coordinator, he helped guide all three programs to National Final fours, and two Championship game appearances. Ron is the director of Koopers lacrosse club, Baltimore.
Austin is a 2016 graduate of Lynchburgh College. In 2015 he led his team to the National title game before falling to eventual champion Tufts Univ. Austin led the nation in goals scored and broke the NCAA D3 record for goals in a season with 107. Stewart played HS locally at Loyola.
Jay is the S&C coach for Team USA and Johns Hopkins, he will lead an instructional seminar and demo on the importance of training and nutrition during the camp.
Tim is a graduate of Loyola where he was a four year starter and member of the schools athletic Hall of Fame. Tim was a member of the MLL's Baltimore Bayhawks 2001 Championship squad. He has coached at all levels and does year round training of goalies and is arguably one of the top non NCAA goalie developers in the nation.
Any NCAA coach will tell you: young players today are playing on too many teams and ignoring the individual skills needed to excel at the college level. Club teams simply DO NOT teach enough individual skills, period.
Players will stay in the dorms at St. Timothy's Monday and Tuesday evening.
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St Timothy's is a four-year private boarding high school in Stevenson in Maryland, United States. The scenic 145 acre campus in Baltimore county was founded in 1882 and features a turf field, well manicured grass playing surface, dorms, and dining all within a short walk.
8400 Greenspring Ave, Stevenson, MD 21153
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