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2021 Summer Camp Registration Open!!

Looking for a fun, instructional, progressive and competitive lacrosse experience?! You've come to the right place! Our Woodchuck Lacrosse Camps & Clinics offer elite coaching with an emphasis on skill development. We create a positive environment that allows our athletes to feel safe and comfortable. Our curriculum includes traditional and non-traditional lacrosse drills and games that challenge our athletes to think creatively while mastering fundamental lacrosse skills!

2021 Summer Camp Details


Monday, July 19 - Thursday, July 22


9 AM - Noon


Rising 4th-12th Graders

HS Grad Years: 2022-2030






Bond Field - 432 Prospect St, Barre, VT 05641

What's Included:

Woodchuck Pinnie

Four 3 Hour Camp Sessions

Elite Instruction

Traditional & Non-Traditional Drills

Progressive Game Play



Coaching Philosophy

Woodchuck Lacrosse offers various off-season, developmental lacrosse programs. Our coaching philosophy prioritizes athletic growth and development specific to our sport. The Woodchuck Lacrosse curriculum emphasizes small-sided, traditional and non-traditional, lacrosse drills and games that reinforce the skills and techniques we teach. Understanding the benefits of positive reinforcement, our coaches excel in creating a fun environment that is instructional, progressive, safe, and competitive! 

All of our Woodchuck Lacrosse Programs are specifically geared towards skill development while expanding each athlete's lacrosse IQ. Through experience and research, we have identified key fundamental offensive and defensive skills needed to be a successful lacrosse player. During our sessions and practices, we explicitly focus on teaching our athletes the techniques used to master these skills. The techniques and skills that we teach are consistently reinforced through our unique drills and games. By playing progressive, small-sided lacrosse games in a highly competitive environment, our athletes are challenged to think outside the box while developing their game. 

Finally, our coaches understand the importance of creating a fun, competitive, yet “mistake friendly” environment that fosters creativity and growth. When learning new techniques athletes will make mistakes. That is okay, and is an essential part of the developmental process. Our athletes are not punished for making mistakes. When they make a mistake they are reminded of the technique to fire upon the next time they are in that situation. This reduces stress and anxiety, allowing our athletes to become more confident and creative lacrosse players.