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June 24th - 26​th 2024

2025 - 2032 Graduation years (Entering grades 5-12)

Virginia Open Summer Lacrosse Camp is designed and designated for grade levels 5 -12. There will be grouping and skills-based training per appropriate age, playing experience and skill level. We strive to provide a unique and valuable experience for all campers. We know you have a lot of options out there - thank you for choosing to learn and grow the game with us here at UVA Lacrosse.

$625 - Overnight Camper

$525 - Day Camper

$250 non-refundable deposit required and/or pay in full during registration

2024 Summer Camp General Schedule (Overnight Option attached - We will send the Commuter schedule to you directly)

Registration Deadline: June 10th OR until spaces fill up. 
Roommate Request Deadline: June 10th

Meals will be included from Dining Halls here on Grounds. Menus will accommodate for all food allergies and dietary restrictions. Commuters are included and welcome to eat at all meal times. 


What To Expect

It will be HOT! We will be playing on several fields here on grounds. Be prepared for grass, field turf and Field Hockey astroturf. We suggest cleats for the grass and field turf. It is required that you wear a cross trainer/bball/tennis/turf shoe on the Field Hockey astroturf. Cleats are not allowed on this surface – nor do they work.

Each camper will be required to be checked-in/checked-out by an authorized individual. That individual will be asked to show valid identification and sign for the camper for both the check-in/check-out process. 

If a camper is 18 they are allowed to sign themselves out and drive their own car to camp. Written notice is needed to allow for this option.  All car keys will be collected at registration and returned at the end of the camp. Daily transportation is on foot or by camp shuttle. The ONLY car you may get into is that of a camp coach or athletic trainer. If you are 18 and intend to drive/check yourself in/out - please email our Director of Lacrosse Operations, Maris Large at

Medical Attention
Full-time trainers are on duty to tend to minor injuries and sickness. For more serious issues, the University Hospital facilities are right around the corner.

Please be as thorough as possible when completing the registration in regards to your daughters' medical/allergy information. 

What To Bring

  • Lacrosse Equipment 

  • Protective Eyewear

  • Cleats & Sneakers
    Extra sneakers/walk around shoes 

  • Water Bottle

  • Twin XL bedding/blankets (Linens are not provided)

  • Pillow

  • Towels

  • Clothes

  • Sunscreen

  • ​Snacks​

If you are having any questions or issues with registration, please email our wonderful Director of Lacrosse Operations, Maris Large at

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