HOCKEY/LACROSSE COMBO CAMP

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR HOCKEY/BOX LACROSSE PLAYERS TO BROADEN THEIR DEPTH OF SKILL AND OPPORTUNITY WITH FIELD LACROSSE INSTRUCTION AND/OR FOR AMERICAN HOCKEY/FIELD LACROSSE PLAYERS TO GET HIGH QUALITY INSTRUCTION WITH BOX LACROSSE EDGE.

August 13-18 (2002-2004 born) in Penticton, BC

hockey-lacrosse-combo-page-2.gifLacrosse Skill Development

  • 2 hours of daily field lacrosse skill development led by the Head Coach and Founder of the Claremont Lacrosse Academy
  • Focus on the core fundamentals of the game: ground balls, passing, catching, cradling, shooting
  • Variety of mini games and competitions / end of session game

Hockey Skill Development

  • 1.25 hours of ice time daily led by Okanagan Hockey Coaching staff
  • Focus on skill development, power skating, learning to execute at a higher tempo
  • End of session game

hockey-lacrosse-combo-page-1.gifLacrosse equipment needed:

  • Cleats or runners
  • Gloves
  • Helmet (hockey helmet is okay)
  • Mouthguard
  • Chest Protector
  • Stick

Cost $499 | Capacity: 26 skaters and 2 goalies

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CAMP STAFF

DarrenR.jpgDarren Reisig
Head Lacrosse Instructor

Darren has taught and coached both high calibre field and box lacrosse programs for the last 24 years.

Head Coach and a founding coach of the highly successful Claremont Lacrosse Academy in Victoria, BC and co-director of BC’s Best, Masters of Education Coaching Certification Program. Since 2005 the Claremont Lacrosse Academy has won over 10 provincial championships, seven Space Needle Championships and are three-time winners of the Denver Shootout. Over 70 players from the Claremont program have been signed by NCAA Schools since the inception of this program.

Prior to starting his coaching career Darren had a highly successful playing career in both the box and on the field as well: a former WLA, NLL and Canadian National Team Field Lacrosse player. 

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Jagger Dirk

OHA showed me the difference between thinking I was working hard and actually working hard; before I thought just showing up was good enough. They also helped me understand that making a mistake is not a failure, as long I learn from that mistake it will help me become a better hockey player and a better person."