Our goal is to provide each Elite 180 camper with a unique lacrosse camp experience. Campers work closely with coaches from academically select Division 3 colleges and leave camp with new lacrosse skills and tactics, new knowledge about the Division 3 recruiting process, and new information from college players about life at academically selective Division 3 schools.
To insure that multiple opportunities are available for coach/camper interactions, Elite 180 enrollment is limited, college coaches work with several different camp teams, and fields are situated close together. Coaches have a chance to see every player in action during camp, whether during a scrimmage or in a specific skill session. College players officiate games and chaperone in dorms and are a wonderful resource for campers about the college student-athlete life.
Evening sessions are devoted to recruiting education. A coaches and current college players panel helps unravel the mysteries of recruiting, covering some of the following topics; how to know if you are being recruited, the recruiting timeline, NCAA recruiting rules, and do’s and dont’s of recruiting. A college player panel talks about life as a college student-athlete; academic majors and minors, 2 sport athletes, junior year abroad, and why Division 3.
With head coaches and players from over 20 Division 3 college represented, Elite 180 offers a high school lacrosse player the opportunity to be coached and seen by the best.