Play Great Lacrosse Camps:

Play Great Lacrosse Instructional Camps, based in Lexington, Virginia, offer camp participants quality instruction in position specific technical skills and team tactical strategies. Experienced coaches work with athletes on an individual, small group, and team basis.

Lectures, training films and on-the-field instruction allow campers to get the most from their camp experience in a fun positive learning environment. Team competition allows players to fine tune lacrosse skills and develop game awareness.

*New for 2014 - Camper dorms are now air-conditioned!!

Gene McCabe is in his eighth season as the head men’s lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee, having posted an 80-44 (.645) overall record across his first seven seasons, including a 16-5 overall record in 2013 when he led the Generals to the ODAC Championship game and to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.

Washington & Lee University:
Located in the historic city of Lexington (population 7,000), Washington and Lee University is in the heart of the Great Valley of Virginia. W&L's principal buildings include the picturesque Washington College group forming the Colonnade facing Lee Chapel. The Colonnade and Lee Chapel are National Historic Landmarks.

Campers are housed in university residence halls. All meals are served through the university’s top notch cafeteria located in the state of the art Elrod Commons. Nearby Roanoke, offers flights into the region and camp staff is available for transportation from the airport to the University.

"I would just like to write to say how impressed I was with the way you ran your camp this summer. It was well organized, and the activities were well thought out and had purpose...I felt our kids got every bit of "their money's worth" at your camp."

Barron Russell, Cape Fear Academy Lacrosse
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PLAY GREAT LACROSSE, LLC - 11 Sellers Avenue, Lexington, Va. 24450
phone: 540-463-5331  /  fax: 540-458-8173